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- Title: Lecture: Supersensible Influences: Lecture I: Supersensible Influences in Old Persian, Egyptian, and Greek Time
- delicate distribution, and the human being breathes them in. Now the
- it were in space, are breathed in by man — and it is good that
- this happens. For as man inbreathes these forms which enter into him
- colloquially, they are patched up again by what is inbreathed in this
- stomach, let us say, is breathed in and received by the corresponding
- had developed the art of conversing with the Moon-Beings breathed in by
- full of concrete realities. As we breathe in, we receive the moving
- being. As we breathe out we impart to the rhythm of the breath
- give rise to the eager question: How did he breathe? This head
- Title: Lecture: Supersensible Influences: Lecture II: The Education of Man through Modern Intellectualism, -or- Chartres and the Mysteries of the Templars
- together with the out-breathed air, into the external cosmos. And when
- Intuitions that have passed into the ether with the out-breathed air.
- out-breathed by individuals in times to come. Thus we must look towards
- permeated with Christ that they are able to impart to the out-breathed
- in the inbreathed air and to the Air-Beings who moved, in their cosmic
- air out-breathed by men, feel isolated, cut off by what intellectualism
- Title: Lecture: Supersensible Influences: Lecture IV: The Egyptian Mysteries, Indian Yoga and Egyptian Mummy Cult
- breathe in a particular way; and by transforming the breathing process
- breathes in, the breath-impulse passes through the lungs into the whole
- mummy, a form that takes shape rapidly. In that the breath is breathed
- out-breathing process, in the passing of the out-breathed air into
- inbreathed air surges down from the head into the organism — this
- indrawn air is breathed out again by man into the world — this
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