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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Foreword
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    • The Knowledge of Higher Worlds and its Attainment.
    • The Threshold of the Spiritual World.
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • of super-sensible worlds, or they ape outwardly the scientific methods
    • are ideal for the study of the natural world can never lead to
    • supernatural worlds. And what makes its appearance as Mysticism is
    • subject of the super-sensible world by means of the strictly controlled
    • of them, and the super-sensible world lies before him. The student of
    • the world of the senses directs his science to outward things, to
    • Science on the one he applied to the world of the senses.
    • world-reality. The different Sciences are born of its substance. But
    • real experience. Natural Science (of the outer world) is
    • super-sensible world, just as the physical body does, through the
    • senses, from the sense world. The ancient philosophers developed their
    • world of which the one which gives him body and soul is but an image;
    • he felt a connection with a divine world. Now knowledge of this
    • world remains hidden to observation according to the senses. Knowledge
    • world, to which belongs his inmost being: but through super-sensible
    • cognition he puts himself once more in touch with this world. So
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture II: Exercises of Thought, Feeling and Volition
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    • world.
    • spiritual world.
    • attempt to present to ourselves events which in the physical world
    • with beings of a spiritual world. These experiences of intuition are
    • the spiritual world. The Ego which we know in ordinary consciousness
    • true Ego, has his place in the spiritual world, when he is sunk in
    • their place in the spirit world. The translation of man into this
    • world by inspired and intuitive knowledge is conscious; he
    • immerse both of them into the spirit world.
    • thinking is not rooted in a real world; only in an apparent world
    • themselves real because they come from the spirit world; the manner in
    • which man experiences them in his apparent world enables him to adapt
    • physical world, man has the possibility of developing an objective
    • Spirit Activity, my Knowledge of Higher Worlds and how to
    • the spiritual world to bear on his daily life.
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture III: Methods of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge or Cognition
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    • relationship to the world is also changed. This change is brought
    • fact taken from the world of the senses. We can take as an idea
    • outer world, e.g., ‘In Light lives streaming Wisdom’. It
    • cannot, therefore, bring his relationship to the etheric world into
    • this etheric occurrence. What we know in the physical world as Sun and
    • creatively in the affairs of the sense-world. Everything which is thus
    • world remains hidden for ordinary consciousness. The Yoga-philosophy
    • consciousness into the objective world of the cosmic, spiritual
    • an echo in some people specially inclined to it. The world around him
    • of his life. These experiences in the spirit world, of which primitive
    • from his world-consciousness.
    • man, except that he experiences the spiritual world in his soul, not
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IV: Exercises of Cognition and Will
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    • as it was before man left the psychic-spiritual world for the
    • the spiritual, psychic world into his life on earth. The nature of
    • thought-world and to draw conclusions from what is dead on the basis
    • of which he enters upon the world of the spiritual, apart from his
    • which has its origins in the experience of the spiritual world. To
    • divine world. For this reason also no intellectualistic proof of God's
    • direct ‘God-experience’ remains in the world of feeling or
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture V: Experiences of the Soul in Sleep
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    • clearly entered upon another world.
    • world that will support it.
    • belong now to its outer world. On the other hand in its present
    • world without ever assuming a human body, is also one of the soul's
    • into a purely spiritual world. That the soul in its waking state
    • soul begins to return to the world of the senses. In the impulse
    • more through experiencing the universal world state, and the longing
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VI: Transference from the Psycho-Spiritual to the Physical Sense-life in man's Development
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    • reconstructions during sleep. Man's inner world becomes the external
    • world and vice versa: the spiritual part of the external world
    • becomes an inner world.
    • form an outer world for his psycho-spiritual nature. They remain there
    • finds himself in the purely spiritual world for a certain time before
    • foundations in cosmic worlds, as growing out of the spiritual Cosmos.
    • remember all the time that the happenings of the spiritual world are
    • this organism by working in the spirit world on the spirit-cell
    • together with other spirits in the world of spirits.
    • physical world round him in which he is active, so in his pre-earthly
    • activity in the physical world consists in helping to shape the
    • physical things of the outer world.
    • universe is present, no less manifold than the physical outer world of
    • a universe of such magnificence that the physical world cannot be
    • He has a consciousness within this world; with the Powers active in
    • degrees. It is as if man felt his own cosmic world get further and
    • time man had a true ‘intuition’ of the spiritual world, it
    • to describe conditions of the supernatural world in terms of the
    • natural world.
    • spiritual world, but only of a revealed reflection thereof, with, as
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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VII: The Relationship of Christ with Humanity
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    • experience as to become manifest in the physical world of the senses,
    • worlds was made manifest in the man Jesus on earth.
    • possible to all. The man who realizes the worlds through which the
    • lived as Christ only in those worlds, and who through this mystery and
    • The Christ came down to earthly existence from those worlds in which
    • worlds of pre-earthly existence that he could carry into the earthly
    • had descended from spiritual worlds to an earthly one. The teachers of
    • coming from a higher world down to the earth.
    • the ancient initiation, about the supernatural worlds, to see in
    • Christ a Being of the spiritual world before his descent to earth.
    • The principles of initiation of the old world were lost to the outer
    • world, and took root only in almost unknown places. Only now in the
    • leads to an aspect of Christ's nature within the spiritual world.
    • should turn his attention to the outer world of the senses in which
    • as the soul-doctor of the world, as the Healer, the Saviour, and as
    • sense-world in which the ego-consciousness develops, to the spirit,
  • 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
    • physical functions than the man who perceives the outer world by means
    • spiritual world, as in ordinary existence it lives in its physical
    • organisms grow out of the spiritual world. But it can also observe the
  • 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
    • the world surrounding man, which is active, but a copy of this world.
    • earthly course of man manifests itself. And a copy of the outer world
    • a copy of the outer world as inner activity, filling the physical
    • In the etheric organism the outer world is active in man. In the
    • it can continue in the physical world.
    • the world ether as well as his etheric organism as part of himself.
    • while in the world ether. Man keeps that part which was bound to the
    • assume that man has created something within the world of the senses.
    • reflected thought-world as itself only bearing the character of the
    • spiritual-cosmic world is realized by the cosmic consciousness. This
    • looks upon his astral organism. But the spiritual-cosmic world breaks
    • in upon this astral organism. Whatever judgment this world pronounces
    • rhythm the activities of man on earth as a world of moral qualities
    • are united to an amoral world. And man experiences after his death
    • during this experience in a cosmic world in the making is expressed by
    • In my book Theosophy I have called the world of experience
    • through which man passes after his death, the ‘Soul-world’.
    • It is the consciousness of this world through ‘Inspiration’
    • in a soul-world. It must enter into a world of experience in which the
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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture X: On Experiencing the Will-Part of the Soul
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    • experiences of the spiritual world. This kind of practice is no longer
    • of the will-part of the soul enters into the spiritual world and
    • so spiritual consciousness realizes the content of a spiritual world.
    • the realms of the outer world are to be found mineral and herbal
    • supernatural world.
    • called the Soul-world in my Theosophy) a clear consciousness of
    • spiritual-psychic content. Everything of world-spiritual value that
    • spiritual beings of the supernatural world must take place unhampered
    • renewed religious consciousness and as the leader of the world in

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