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  • Title: Lecture: Festivals and The Mysteries. The Adonis Mystery. The Easter Thought
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    • experience that in the human being which is only half like the death
    • experience it only when death approaches you yourselves, but may be
    • gate of death! All that he experienced here in this earthly life was
    • experiences only what is transient. But when he has passed from the
    • were true images of what man experiences in the wide spaces of the
    • What was thus experienced in the soul by a number of chosen human
    • the soul and the soul's experience, could be accomplished now even
    • that was experienced in Space, is now to be replaced by the inward
    • of the historic event of Golgotha, experienced purely in the soul.
    • Mystery of Golgotha. The inner experience which could arise at the
    • earthly death of man, loses its power. In that inner experience the
    • memory, experienced purely within the soul, the memory of the Mystery
    • is not a really living experience in the humanity of modern times. It
  • Title: Lecture: Moon-birth and Sun-birth. Necessity and Freedom. Stages of the Ancient
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    • learn over again what they had experienced in life until about the
    • considered abnormal, pathological, if a man did not experience this
    • the moment the man learned thus to look inward he also experienced
    • heavenly Music, but in the form in which man experiences it, it is
    • place as an inner experience: Easter as the Resurrection of the man of
    • man had experienced as a matter of course his second birth, about the
    • Mysteries, preserving in tradition what had actually been experienced
    • Initiation in ancient times experienced. He could say to himself:
  • Title: Lecture: The Moon-secret Spring and Autumn mysteries
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    • into this earthly life he undergoes certain definite experiences. He
    • Mercury. That is to say, when we transform the Mars experiences of the
    • Moon Beings into their Mercury experiences we receive from the faculty
    • of wisdom. This we receive through the experiences of the Moon Beings
    • love and beauty in his soul, this we receive through the experiences
    • of the Moon Beings with Venus. And what they experience by observing
    • experienced. Men did not merely know these things; they inwardly
    • it, he knows he has experienced something quite real — so was man
    • body. By this experience he knew that the forces which were received
    • second great experience in the Initiation that took its start from the
    • real experience.
    • And now imagine this real experience whereby man sped away from the
    • Initiation — imagine this inner human Easter experience of former
    • For the real way in which man can experience these things was not
    • human experience, it was conceived that something or other, not man
    • experience of death and into the resurrection in the Spirit after
    • to experience how man is related to the Cosmos.
    • human experience. From a place of the Mysteries where they could
    • say that those old Initiates in a certain sense experienced the year
    • work once more. But as he departed from his work he was to experience
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries of Ephesus The Aristotelian Categories
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    • experience of the Spiritual that can arise from present-day Initiation
    • carry with them experiences of former epochs into later ones. The
    • experienced in the Mysteries and what they then experience again, be
    • According to what is there experienced in beholding the other planets,
    • was calculated to enable man to experience and enter into the
    • This was something that every one of them had as his own experience.
    • could experience the final steps of man in his descent out of the
    • hearts and souls what they had witnessed and experienced, and it
    • Every Ephesian was permeated by this experience which he felt among
    • It was indeed an experience in which the adherent of the Ephesian
    • who went from Mystery to Mystery that they might experience the life
    • places they had not experienced it thus, not at any rate with such joy
    • is experienced from out of these concepts just as what you read in
    • Faust is experienced from out of the letters. For in these
    • there had been immediate spiritual experience for which the realities
    • ever more and more to live in these simple concepts, and to experience
    • them in our souls as vividly as we experience the abcd when we have
    • great universe. He will experience the resurrection of what lay hidden
    • experience of all mankind. And as on other occasions we could say:
    • “Anthroposophy is a Christmas experience” — so we may
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