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  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Introduction
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    • being. Therefore he confined himself to objective
    • himself stressed that his lectures were not intended for
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture I: Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul
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    • clearly and definitely: Science can only concern itself with
    • spirit, for the scientist himself points out that a science of
    • experience purely inwardly, and subject the body by itself to
    • spirit reveals itself no more to the human being than does the
    • body reveal itself beyond its outward form, and that from the
    • human being is unable to get beyond himself, but yet is able to
    • point to something beyond himself. What is needed is that a
    • himself the capacity to make judgments about the
    • The first is that we achieve real self observation; the second
    • What is normally called self-observation, an introversion
    • of the soul, is not what is meant by true self-observation by
    • brooding in oneself in order to find the way one has to go
    • toward true self-observation, but real self-observation has to
    • the life of the soul is not able to observe itself. They point
    • real exercise of self- observation if we do it. It is a form of
    • the soul itself. This means that we have to observe how one
    • absolutely possible to achieve real self-observation in this
    • separate itself from the soul-nature. But this is only one
    • self-observation of the kind I have just been speaking about.
    • to carry out such self-observation until we have radiated this
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  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture II: The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
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    • he points out that this unconscious is not in itself conscious
    • human being would be the only conscious being to raise himself
    • unconscious, which in itself is devoid of consciousness, but is
    • today will perhaps be justified, and should be self-
    • of spirit itself, for this science feels itself called upon to
    • of spirit for several years knows that he often finds himself
    • scientist of spirit lives in a kind of self-deception:
    • by the soul when the perception itself has ceased. From this it
    • his own inner self- perception enables him to be absolutely
    • progress in this kind of self-education, to make quick
    • spirit itself.
    • the human being has to his environment and to himself by virtue
    • self, the same self, but in another form, the true ego
    • self in the investigation of the spirit, and in our dreams, is
    • spiritual world, draws himself again into the physical body on
    • would never simply take the content of the dream by itself,
    • eternal regards the temporal in such a way as to clothe itself
    • after all, phenomena of life itself, when they investigate them
    • oneself that the pictures tallied exactly with the description.
    • are, and not about an abstract self, that we are nothing more
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  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture III: The Science of the Spirit and Modern Questions
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    • his life. And he has to say to himself: Fundamentally,
    • researches of natural science finds himself in a position
    • clinic? And anyone who has linked some self observation
    • with what he does will say to himself
    • nature in himself, and what he felt in himself he found spread
    • out in the external world. He did not feel himself so cut off
    • his self-consciousness was weaker. And one quite rightly had to
    • say to oneself in past periods of human
    • connection with the powers of inner self-consciousness, and the
    • did not succumb when their self-consciousness was led into a
    • arrived at quite a different form of self-consciousness
    • because of this we have a strong self-consciousness which
    • we enter into this world through a self-consciousness which has
    • having achieved a heightened self-consciousness,
    • world. By means of our heightened self-consciousness we have to
    • of their self- consciousness through self discipline in order
    • an ego. It gives us our ordinary self-consciousness. We
    • what going to sleep, waking, and sleep itself are. We get to
    • know how the spirit-soul part of man draws itself out
    • note to himself: What has influenced you today? What has
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