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  • Title: Life Between ... III: Mans Journey Through the Planetary Spheres
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    • Nobody in possession of his five senses, however, doubts that he
    • such doubt he would be holding the utterly senseless view that during
    • anew the next morning. Anyone who does not hold this senseless view
    • development we can work at in the real sense, and that is our ego.
    • In the domain of occultism — using the word in its true sense
    • disposition of soul. If he lacked a moral sense in life, he does come
    • which is never connected with my bodily senses?” and then
    • partake of the Father principle in the sense of the words, “I
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VIII: The Etheric Vision of the Future
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    • nonsense to modern readers, especially the most “enlightened.”
    • If one approaches this “nonsense” with the tools of
    • senselessly, without understanding. Human life is really nonsensical
    • sense that we have overcome the Dark Age and are approaching a more
  • Title: World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit: Lecture I
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    • The World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit
    • Steiner gives extraordinary details of how the physical senses are in
    • decline and how the spiritual senses are in their beginning. He shows
    • in its widest sense, and it makes attack, so to say, upon the other
    • certain way of the whole wide world that constitutes his sense
    • sense of sight, but into the sense which opens to the world of sound
    • and the other worlds which stream in through our senses. Man comes to
    • feel that he confronts the external sense world as a being in which
    • this whole sense world is contained; he feels himself as a confluence
    • upon it, perceiving it with all my senses, then I see how the true
    • man a many-sidedness. We contemplate the world of the senses, and we
    • behold man standing in its midst as a being of sense, in whom
    • our soul that can fill us with a deep sense of blessedness —
    • the Gods! So said one who also contemplated the world of the senses
    • the senses. “There I stand” — perhaps they say to
    • then they feel a sense of their own inadequacy welling up out of
    • upon himself from without and experience a wonderful sense of
    • within and experience an overwhelming sense of contrition for his
    • intellectually in the opposite sense. This is true of everything that
    • drop a seed in the ground and a plant grows up out of it. In a sense
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  • Title: World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit: Lecture II
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    • The World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit
    • Steiner gives extraordinary details of how the physical senses are in
    • decline and how the spiritual senses are in their beginning. He shows
    • world. Ruling Will in the Sense-world, Ruling Wisdom in the World of
    • external senses we might easily be led to the conclusion that if a
    • merely perceptible to the senses has come from lambs.
    • world of sense become changed for us, and something is revealed to us
    • in the world of the senses, for which we can find no other word than
    • represents the world of the senses as it shows itself to our view.
    • senses spread out before you like a veil. This line (a—b) is
    • in short, the whole world of the senses. In ordinary life we stand in
    • the world of the senses and we apply to it our faculty of judgment.
    • senses and by many kinds of methods they investigate the laws that
    • ever penetrate to the world of reality. Then the world of the senses
    • the real nature of the sense world.
    • the meadow an inner sense of balance; he cannot help being moved to
    • sense-perception; they inevitably call up in his soul a feeling of
    • the whole world of the senses flings off, as it were, its disguise
    • other word than will. Everything in the world of the senses is
    • surrender, discovers everywhere in the world of the senses ruling
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  • Title: World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit: Lecture III
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    • The World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit
    • Steiner gives extraordinary details of how the physical senses are in
    • decline and how the spiritual senses are in their beginning. He shows
    • physical body of man and what we call the world of the senses. We saw
    • the sense world outside us — the substance that we spoke of
    • sense world outside us and in the human physical body as well, we
    • senses. You will remember that we went on to speak of how behind the
    • world of the senses lies a world of coming into being and passing
    • are to be opened. The eyes are here representative of all the senses.
    • follows: “All your senses shall work in a different way from
    • Lucifer the senses have a different form of activity from what they
    • the present day to picture to himself how the senses work, and I
    • my endeavour to make clear for you how the senses would work if no
    • impossible to believe that some other form of activity in the senses
    • ear or any of his sense organs, he would perceive the ruling will of
    • body are where the sense organs have come to development. It is owing
    • to this fact that the sense organs have attained their present form.
    • Hence it is that in the case of every sense organ we find the very
    • This is the origin of what we call sense impressions. The experience
    • the senses, there is a preponderance of physical body over etheric
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  • Title: World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit: Lecture IV
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    • Steiner gives extraordinary details of how the physical senses are in
    • decline and how the spiritual senses are in their beginning. He shows
    • description of matter in an occult sense we have first to ask, what
    • impulses of will. But the impulses of will are, in a certain sense,
    • are aware in the outer world by means of our senses, are nothing less
    • not encounter it with the outer senses; it is behind what the outer
    • senses offer.
    • direction but in the opposite sense.
    • in the sense world. Then the matter that we find in the bodies of the
    • have had no nerves, no muscles, no bones in the present-day sense of
    • outer eye could see, no outer senses could perceive; for pure soul
    • forms cannot be perceived by outer senses. What man would have been
    • man have been, created by the Spirits of Form. Nothing of a sense
    • senses nerve substance. Nerve substance has been, so to say, crammed
  • Title: World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit: Lecture V
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    • The World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit
    • Steiner gives extraordinary details of how the physical senses are in
    • decline and how the spiritual senses are in their beginning. He shows
    • call our sense perceptions were inserted into our being, it was
    • various sense perceptions. We indicated, you will remember, that
    • these sense perceptions, which belong essentially to earth, were, as
    • and the perceiving with the other organs of sense, are processes
    • digestion, gland secretion, sense perception — are all, as they
    • this double being in man. On the one hand we have seen that sense
    • man of senses, glands and digestion, and on the other hand the
    • with the activity of senses and of gland, as well as all that is
    • organism as a whole, but it has no eternal value. Nor has sense
    • perception as such, for sense impression comes and goes. Think how
    • way of sense impressions, how entirely and radically different memory
    • is from sense perception. You will, I think, be ready to admit that
    • though sense perceptions are often very beautiful and bring delight
    • For what has become of the value of the sense impressions you
    • of senses, of glands and of digestion, has by virtue of these
    • say matter, is driven into the organism it brings about sense
    • sense activity, gland secretion and the activity of digestion. They
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  • Title: World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit: Lecture VI
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    • Steiner gives extraordinary details of how the physical senses are in
    • decline and how the spiritual senses are in their beginning. He shows
    • Word. Into what we may call man's hearing in the old sense of
    • world process in a sense reversed. When we consider the whole human
    • descending evolution. The sense as such is disappearing. Man,
    • senses and the world of the spirit. The world of the senses makes
    • also in a sense to the organ that is attached to the larynx —
    • nourishment the forces that live in the roots of plants. In a sense
    • all that presents itself to our senses in the world of nature is
    • the world of the senses is only on the surface. Behind what reveals
    • in some sense a whole. All the various plants of the earth are by no
    • beyond what our senses can behold of the plant, that we come to the
    • the spiritual. But as in a certain sense Mephistopheles gives the
    • to enter himself into the realm of the Mothers. It is true in a sense
    • of the world of the senses alone — an important conclusion;
    • the external world of the senses affords? Why, we meet with it at
    • listened only to the world of the senses, and say: of the millions
    • that might appear justified when we look at the world of the senses
    • goal which he, through his senses, is bound to see as the ultimate
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  • Title: Lecture: 'I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life'
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    • true sense. It is necessary for us to feel how widely actions
    • to give to men that which in the sense of Christ's utterance,
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Twelve: Mystery Teachings in St. Mark's Gospel
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    • AI or EI, with the sense of wonder it awakens in the soul.
    • of the physical plane furnished by the senses and intellect.
    • Earth-evolution began in the real sense a kind of
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Twelve Answers to Questions
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    • spiritual sense we shall certainly see again those who belong
    • Erudition and nonsense often go hand in hand!
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Hannover, 3-5-11
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  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • the senses and through the human spirit. In the far distant past this
    • a human child in the ordinary sense; it is the child who was there
    • no longer realised that in the highest and truest sense it could be
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture II: The Path of the Human Being through the Gate of Death - A Transformation of Life
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    • community in the sense cited here, in the substance of the
    • out into the world by means of his senses. As soon as one
    • on earth, which you have experienced, as a cosmic sense-organ
    • sense-organ. You will understand gradually only after longer
    • life on earth becomes a sense-organ for our life between death
    • spiritual world you perceive like by means of a sense with the
    • physical body is a sense-organ. However, you yourself are
    • feel that once if you want to grasp the internal sense, the
    • sense. One evening the little, seven-year-old son of our
    • nonsense. For that what is there is the karma of the child, and
    • that what the external appearance presents to the senses. We
    • which in the most remarkable sense the life between death and a
    • Ripened your senses for the spheres.
    • the concrete sense also the impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha
    • the sense and meaning of the Mystery of Golgotha and Christ
    • turn their senses conscious of spirit to the spirit land, then
    • Their senses to the spirit land.



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