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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Contents
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    • Transference from the Psycho-Spiritual to the Physical Sense-Life in
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • only as a physical body. But Philosophy was originally a
    • soul-content which was not experienced by the physical body, but by a
    • etheric body, forming the basis of the physical body, and this
    • physical body. Man can use the organization of this etheric body just
    • as he can that of the physical. This etheric body draws ideas from the
    • super-sensible world, just as the physical body does, through the
    • picture one can no doubt understand the human physical body. But the
    • soul-life can have its origin in and with the physical body through
    • as having a part in the Cosmos, for these live only in the physical
    • as a member of the Cosmos, for this enters the physical nature at
    • remains only a physical Cosmology, and even this contains no more than
    • the origins of physical man. It is necessary once more to found a
    • man feels himself independent not only of his physical and etheric
    • in respect of his physical nature. He must be recognized
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture II: Exercises of Thought, Feeling and Volition
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    • the incorporation of the human physical organism in its course.
    • activity which is reproduced in the physical organism. But at the same
    • time we are conscious only of what the physical organism allows us to
    • physical organism by meditation, and the soul then experiences the
    • super-sensible in a super-sensible way; no longer the physical but the
    • objective as there is in physical thought about the things of the
    • a spiritual Cosmos, just as we have a physical Cosmos before the
    • the physical reproduction of what exists in the spiritual sphere in
    • earth, and how it takes on the cloak of the physical organism through
    • attempt to present to ourselves events which in the physical world
    • reflected in etheric and also in physical man, and produce in this
    • sleep. In this condition the physical and etheric organisms require
    • metabolic processes of man have a life of their own as physical and
    • physical Cosmos. He can speak of the content of the religious
    • experiences in the spiritual sphere is reflected in the physical and
    • will-power from the physical and etheric organism. We bind the will to
    • possibility of thinking through the physical organism, though such
    • conducted through the physical organism. In this thought, which
    • physical world, man has the possibility of developing an objective
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture III: Methods of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge or Cognition
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    • into the consciousness from the physical, or instinctive, or
    • physical and etheric organism must remain completely untouched by
    • physical and etheric organism. We have the etheric experience; and our
    • ether and one in our physical body. The condition is not right if
    • physical organism, and are not taken up into his etheric being. He
    • through the senses it is filled with physical. And this is the
    • Cosmos just as we live an inner life in the physical organism. But we
    • experience, and the physical view of the Cosmos like the
    • this etheric occurrence. What we know in the physical world as Sun and
    • of these cosmic essences. The physical organism of man now becomes
    • would not satisfy the requirement to leave untouched his physical and
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IV: Exercises of Cognition and Will
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    • can call heredity passes on in a continuous process from the physical
    • organisms of the ancestors to the physical organisms of posterity. But
    • can be said to have an existence beyond the physical life of man.
    • consciousness that is freed also from the content of our own physical
    • physical, and there formed union with the body which exists through
    • organization which comes from the etheric Cosmos, and with a physical
    • physical man. The external forces of Nature, to which the corpse is
    • in the physical organism, the baby does to the old man on his
    • physical and etheric organism. He experiences what existence is after
    • physical Cosmology, built up on the nature-knowledge of the physical
    • only outside the physical and etheric organism.
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture V: Experiences of the Soul in Sleep
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    • consciousness, for this rests on the basis of the physical
    • experiences which took place before sleep on the basis of the physical
    • daily life joy is experienced consciously. Physically an enlargement
    • that of the waking condition. The physical and etheric organisms
    • conditioned by the physical and etheric organisms. The soul lives
    • rhythm of breathing and blood-circulation. During sleep the physical
    • as physical projections of spirits, in the manner just described.
    • entering into a physical body through conception and the life of the
    • activity of those spirit beings which have their physical counterpart
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VI: Transference from the Psycho-Spiritual to the Physical Sense-life in man's Development
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    • Transference from the Psycho-Spiritual to the Physical Sense-life
    • During the state of sleep the physical and etheric organisms of man
    • the Cosmos which are reflected physically in the appearances of the
    • In this state he does not recognize a physical and etheric
    • cell of the physical organism, which at some future time he will put
    • ‘Cell’ we usually mean the small physical beginning of a
    • physical part of the cell.
    • spiritual and that for them space, in which physical happenings move,
    • which is the spiritual germ of his future physical organism, and this
    • the other life of the cosmos, as does later his physical organism.
    • spirit-cell of his future physical organism. He himself prepares for
    • physical world round him in which he is active, so in his pre-earthly
    • existence he perceives his physical organism being built in spirit;
    • activity in the physical world consists in helping to shape the
    • physical things of the outer world.
    • In the spirit-cell of the physical human body which the
    • universe is present, no less manifold than the physical outer world of
    • incorporated in his physical body, though unknown to himself, carries
    • a universe of such magnificence that the physical world cannot be
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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VII: The Relationship of Christ with Humanity
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    • the physical senses. Now it depends on the understanding which man can
    • If one does not realize in one's own physical nature how something
    • experience as to become manifest in the physical world of the senses,
    • sense-observation reveals something of the actually physical.
    • of himself became more and more limited to what his physical
    • to the physical nature of man, death became a disturbing problem for
    • has its counterpart in the physical sun.
    • life, had descended as the Christ upon the physical earth and taken
    • ordinary consciousness is a result of the physical body, and therefore
    • physical organism appeared out of order, for they had to assume that
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VIII: The Event of Death and Its Relationship with the Christ
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    • experience through his physical organism of the outer world, whereas
    • etheric organism has effected in the physical organism.
    • physical organism must always be capable of being brought into
    • ego into the physical organism than is the case in the ordinary
    • ‘stepping-out’ from the physical organism, and the ordinary
    • physical organism.
    • but that part which before was conscious in the physical organism
    • physical functions than the man who perceives the outer world by means
    • mirrored by the physical organism. And the substantial part of this
    • physical.
    • activity a conceptual form by grasping the physical organism. It dives
    • unconsciously in the astral organism, and both the physical and
    • spiritual world, as in ordinary existence it lives in its physical
    • The soul learns in this way how the physical, etheric and astral
    • sinks into the physical, etheric and astral organism. This sinking is
    • not really a merging of something spiritual into something physical,
    • part of the human soul into the physical and etheric organization.
    • being transformed into the physical and etheric organism. It is this
    • physical organism. One perceives this when true intuition has been
    • physical body and earthly life.
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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IX: The Destination of the Ego-Consciousness in Conjunction with the Christ-problem
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    • within the physical sense-world. These higher parts of the human
    • physical organisms. Through thinking the sense-perceptions are
    • consciousness by the physical organism.
    • reflective activity of thinking in the physical organism, it can only
    • thoughts. These unperceived happenings in the physical organism are
    • thoughts man perceives what he himself is enacting in his physical
    • a copy of the outer world as inner activity, filling the physical
    • physical organism. In the waking state it is similar. The inner
    • physical state into a spiritual one. But this change can only remain a
    • tendency during earthly existence. The physical organization resists
    • changing activity arrives at a point at which the inner physical
    • head-organization would have to cease as a physical one, the state of
    • strength from the rest of the physical organization by means of which
    • it can continue in the physical world.
    • existence on earth act in rebuilding the physical organism.
    • tearing down, that is, one which destroys the physical organism. This
    • What finally happens to the whole human organism in physical death
    • consciousness stand the etheric and the physical organism as
    • soul. The physical and etheric organizations hide for him the astral
    • is filled by the reflections of the physical organism during existence
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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture X: On Experiencing the Will-Part of the Soul
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    • physical organism than the part which corresponds with feeling. And
    • more loosely connected with the physical organism than is the part
    • of the physical organism corresponds with feeling, the will-part of
    • physical. The connection between the feeling soul with the rhythmical
    • connection of the will-part to the physical is at first felt to be
    • physical and etheric event. This will-part is by its own nature
    • prevented from being resolved into physical activity. It stands back
    • the physical and etheric organization and to be active in it. The
    • physical organism. During the making of thoughts this destruction
    • physical organism takes place. This stimulates the will-part of the
    • part of man and leave the physical part untouched.
    • through the physical organism. This is done by the exercises
    • described. If this desire becomes so strong that the physical organism
    • physical, psychic and spiritual being. A knowledge keeping solely
    • physical, etheric and astral organism, as well as to the nature of the
    • ground of a physical science. From this point of view this is quite
    • earthly life, because his physical and etheric organism with their
    • to form another physical and etheric organism, through which the moral
    • future physical earth-organism. Man then still has a tendency to look
    • physical phenomena of the moon. Outwardly he has been separated from
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