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  • Title: Publisher Note: The Easter Festival in relation to the Mysteries
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    • The Inner Nature of Man and the Life between Death and a new Birth.
  • Title: Lecture: Festivals and The Mysteries. The Adonis Mystery. The Easter Thought
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    • that the Christian Easter is by no means coincident as to its inner
    • germinating forces which reveal in outward glory all the inner worth
    • and inner greatness that man contains, or can contain, within him.
    • Deep and penetrating was the inner transformation when these things
    • underwent in this ancient form of initiation, awakened inner forces of
    • inner forces of the soul, the powers of seership were awakened in him.
    • his inner being he is resurrected — resurrected, to begin with,
    • accomplished in the deep and inner Holy of Holies of the Mysteries.
    • develop the sense for material things. Men lose the inner
    • power to make manifest through the inner power of the human soul the
    • At the same time he loses that immediate inner relationship which he
    • Mystery of Golgotha. The inner experience which could arise at the
    • earthly death of man, loses its power. In that inner experience the
    • Anthroposophy itself must become like an inner festival of Resurrection for
  • Title: Lecture: Moon-birth and Sun-birth. Necessity and Freedom. Stages of the Ancient
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    • today. The inner change that takes place in the human being about the
    • him, which fills him with an inner necessity, so as to act according
    • by my own inner freedom, can make of myself something which I was not
    • — then he must attain by dint of inner strength the freedom from
    • for Initiation it was necessary to achieve the strong inner forces of
    • external data, not on an inner penetration of things. If men only had
    • place as an inner experience: Easter as the Resurrection of the man of
    • depends on them. But that I can live and move as a free inner Being
    • of the Christ. These are the forces I must kindle in my inner being if
    • I would mould with conscious knowledge, and attain by my own inner
    • Three-chambered inner Man! And when he makes himself free — the
    • Leb' in des Menschen Seeleninnern;
  • Title: Lecture: The Moon-secret Spring and Autumn mysteries
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    • connected with the human being's inner life, just as the substances of
    • speak, an outer and an inner aspect. When man forms the outer aspect
    • forces which man needs to form the inner aspect of his
    • Moon and of its darkening enables man to form the outer and the inner
    • Saturn instils into the etheric body the inner warmth of soul which
    • Saturday: Inner warmth of soul
    • will turn to the Sun. He knew that for the full inner force of the
    • etheric body he belongs to the planetary system, whereas for the inner
    • Initiation — imagine this inner human Easter experience of former
    • in their inner life, the year with its sacred Festivities. An old
    • secret of the Moon.” Thus in his inner life he learned to know
    • the inner structure in the order of our festivals throughout the year.
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries of Ephesus The Aristotelian Categories
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    • true inner freedom and are ripe to pass on to what should follow the
    • of inner light and colour there was contained all that they knew of
    • with inner light and intimate joy how the harmony of the spheres had
    • and gladness and inner artistic understanding.
    • concepts whose inner force of life and strength must once more be

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