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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • feeling-life, and because it is the most readily approachable for the
    • even earlier — humanity regarded its own life and the nature of
    • and time, taking place in the inner life of man. If we examine the
    • For them the starry world was something full of life. They felt the
    • as might illuminate human life upon the earth.
    • pupil was led to develop a more wide-awake life than normally. The
    • mathematics as we know them could not then exist. The whole of life
    • the surrounding universe than does our waking life to-day. And the
    • things, so remote from life and reality. There is not even a true
    • great mystery of earthly life was imparted from two different sides.
    • priori” experience, when considered in relation to our life on
    • a proof of man's life in the spiritual world before conception. As far
    • about life's phenomena and have no idea what the true origin of
    • through between death and rebirth, and He united Himself with the life
    • actions, for his social life, he has still another unconscious
    • after-effects of his pre-natal life, so does he also experience what
    • passes through the gates of death and becomes the content of life
    • birth and death, which only come to their full blossoming in the life
    • sleep and dream into waking life, were once very active in the
    • Orient, they are kindled in the life between birth and death? One
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  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • equally well express it, the relation of man's earthly life to his
    • life between death and a new birth. For seen from a human point of
    • view man's life between birth and death — interwoven as it is
    • represent this physical world itself. While the life of man between
    • and conclusions of great importance to human life.
    • were in advance. It is built up in the Spirit, in the pre-earthly life
    • what went before it in the pre-earthly life; then you will also
    • life, it is above all the head that is planned and formed. The other
    • the spiritual world in the pre-earthly life. It is in fact a pure
    • we have forgotten the pre-earthly life; we have adapted our organism
    • continued adaptation to the pre-earthly life.
    • planned and begun in the embryonic life. To walk upright, to enter
    • the next earthly life. Thus the fact of repeated earthly lives is
    • body — the body of the last earthly life. No-one understands the
    • earthly life. To understand man fully, all that we perceive about him
    • breathe in to fill ourselves with life. Then in a manner of speaking
    • we breathe out the air of death. For life is impossible in the air
    • the spiritual World through which we passed in the pre-earthly life.
    • image of what was formed in the pre-earthly life in spiritual worlds.
    • embryonic life. And we refresh once more what was impressed in our
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  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • gives them pain ... And the least favorable time of life to be
    • not need to understand any other relationship to life. But when we
    • put ourselves into quite another life-condition. When this happens,
    • first half of this life-period. The most damaging judgment for the
    • life in an extraordinarily devastating way. It works destructively,
    • only as urban life triumphs altogether in our civilization will these
    • long as you like, you will still have a blossoming of city life to
  • Title: Lecture: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • N present-day anthroposophical life we must begin to develop an art which
    • Ego leave this physical body and etheric body. The life of the astral
    • activity streams inwards. This is the life of the etheric body,
    • life of the cosmos this particular music, and radiance, and flooding
    • weaving life of those beings we name Exusiai is revealed.
    • this abstract life there is a being living more and more within
    • astral body — must be brought to life, in the way we have done
    • man goes from earthly life to earthly life, and how from life to life
    • And in what is revealed in waking life through human movement of the
    • speech — the Cherubim bring the human life of Feeling into
    • its inner activity, when man in waking life moves, speaks, feels, and
    • of whom the Universe is the revelation and the life.
    • But if earthly life is not to fall into complete decay, man must learn
    • will see how his whole life consists in a struggle and effort among
    • all that is outer garment of the Divine, and in a life within
    • description, but press on to the inner life.
    • mankind may really come about, and that earthly life may not fall into
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • everything related to the life and development of the Society to
    • of knowledge, the ethical practice, the inner religious life that
    • surrounding them in life today. In the early days of the Society,
    • amounted to flight from the life of the present into a different kind
    • of life built on human community, a community where people could live
    • practical situation prevailing in the life around them must be taken
    • longer provide what modern man's inner life requires and the dignity
    • it carries him to the eternal wellsprings of his soul life, it goes
    • from the life around one, in other words, everything of an ethical,
    • consistent with full human stature for a person to couple his life of
    • will and — to some extent at least — his life of feeling
    • deepening into his anthroposophical striving. The kind of life and
    • with the life about him, as indeed he must, his real desire is to
    • life of learning. Only a victim of prejudice could believe and say
    • impulses and from the religious forms in which man's moral life finds
    • of the externalizing of all life in the civilized world in the past
    • to the kind of life and practice that past centuries have brought us,
    • may come to realize purely instinctively that the life and practice
    • life and practice are outgrowths of a materialistic science, and a
    • anthroposophist; it is the very core of his life and his humanity. As
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  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • and impulses contained in Spiritual Science to life, but to apply
    • of the truths underlying human life and cosmic existence is by no
    • they actually are in practical life — in other words, to
    • understand life itself in the light of the principles of Spiritual
    • earthly life. But when it is a question of coming to grips with the
    • concrete realities of life, we slip into the kind of thought that has
    • incapable of explaining the intricacies of human life. Although this
    • the life of man. As a matter of fact it is scientific thought
    • of life today, and yet science exercises a very powerful influence
    • life, swallow what is told them by men who appear by the force of
    • understanding of human life. The teachings of Spiritual Science must
    • of knowledge which form the basis for a true understanding of life.
    • tracks of one continuous stream of human life which leads back then
    • outer life with all its traditions, and what we regard as the
    • to be able to find evidence in life itself of the things we have
    • courage to apply these truths neither in practical life nor even in
    • their study of problems of practical life.
    • condition of life? What has Spiritual Science to say about this? I
    • incarnated in a previous life during the early centuries of
    • over towards Russia in their earlier life on earth? If we investigate
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  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • indicated the day before yesterday shows that the life of the
    • life, and in the other direction makes his will nature consciously
    • forces beyond the level of ordinary life is the only thing that can
    • human visualising stronger than it is in ordinary life, and
    • man's inner soul nature. In ordinary life our thinking or visualising
    • actually thinks best in ordinary life when he allows his experiences
    • of life or of external nature to work on him in such a way that he
    • a different character than it has in everyday life.
    • life of soul has undergone a change. A similar change takes place in
    • of life experience that is not solely of the type that enters
    • Life
    • ordinary life. But the force that enables us to keep memories alive,
    • process in the human head that is not an intensification of life but
    • a breaking down of life, a partial dying. This is a significant and
    • of partial dying, a breaking down of the head organisation's life
    • life, as materialists believe, but something that comes from the
    • damping down of the life of the head. It arises because whilst our
    • throughout our life. You see, this approach, that people in many
    • incorporated into the ordinary life of the senses is what I
    • process of spiritual birth, in which life is increasing and
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  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • his life of feeling, at any rate, no one can blind himself to the
    • truth that earthly life can never progress fruitfully along such
    • conscious life, to a full and free understanding of his mission, so,
    • In another sphere of life it is comparatively
    • a common economic life of the whole Earth — in effect an
    • caused the present havoc in economic life.
    • in those things we observe in the daily life of the peoples, for this
    • external life, which justifies us in speaking of a nation or a people
    • lie slumbering in his daily life, will gradually begin to see a
    • life. I want to speak in outline today of how Spiritual Science
    • before us in daily life, is not a unitary being, but that three
    • science that the life of Spirit and soul runs parallel with the life
    • of nerves and Senses. In reality it is only the thought-life of
    • man that is bound to the system of nerves and senses. Sentient life
    • organism. The feeling-life of man is connected directly with the
    • rhythms of breathing and blood circulation, just as the life of
    • senses. Similarly, the life of will is connected with the
    • — is the bearer of man's life of will.
    • a threefold being. The spiritual will, the feeling-life of the
    • nerves and senses, to the rhythmic life of blood circulation and
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • in the spiritual life of our time, which casts its shadow over the whole
    • man's feeling life to some extent. Yet its answer can only be found
    • complete lack of bias, the conception of the moral, ethical life that
    • is possible today, with the interpretation of life that stems with
    • into the social life, and seems to be inwardly vibrating in us with
    • separation gives a certain comfort, a feeling of security in life.
    • disappear into the lifeless, if, in recognising the sole validity of
    • uncanny way out of the depths of human life in this twentieth
    • surface of the soul-life, as a theoretic world-conception. It sinks
    • down to the depths out of which comes the instinctive life, the life
    • of in the depths of human life itself.
    • world, he sees first his own life in its progression. He lives
    • consciously not only in the moment, but in the whole of his life as
    • back, through Inspiration, then he extends his survey to the life
    • of our whole life as man, that means, if we have acquired the forces
    • our ideation, that we employ in ordinary life, with which we mix our
    • the feeling life is psychically connected, as is the thinking life
    • as in the case of the thinking process, but it will retard life so
    • feeling life of man and see what can only be there through the fact
    • that in the rhythmic events life can always be held back and will
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  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • particular manifestations of life here and there, we can
    • by the dreariness and prosaicness of modern life.
    • to be slaughtered. All outer life was stilled; it was
    • European peoples to descend from life in the external world
    • the heights of spiritual life.
    • memory over our life as it takes its course between birth and
    • can be experienced in this school of physical life on the
    • must have some idea of the kind of life led by simple folk in
    • of physical life. This theme was presented on one day and on
    • once regarded as a flower of human life. Simple as was the
    • in us as the life of the spirit, transformed through
    • are called for. A revitalisation of man's inner life is
    • convinced that all cultural life, all spiritual life must be
    • cease to exist, because cut off from the life of the human
    • Religion, Art and in the whole life of humanity. The great
    • Being we call Christ Jesus, the new spirit may come to life.
  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • over from the life before birth, and of the quality in the human soul
    • which is a seed for the life after death, the quality of love; and of
    • over from the life before birth, and of the quality in the human soul
    • which is a seed for the life after death, the quality of love; and of
    • like to speak of how man's life on earth is in a certain sense a reverse
    • image of those experiences. Human life on earth is understood only when
    • during earthly life, in so far as they can be related to experiences in
    • human thinking In short, my dear friends, here in earthly life there is
    • earthly life that we do not know the interior of our body by means of
    • spiritual life between death and a new birth the exact opposite
    • when in physical life we close our eyes and ears and go to sleep. If I
    • matter of recognising life on earth as an image of the super-earthly.
    • And the question necessarily arises: What takes place in earthly life
    • Hierarchies, Archangels? What is there in physical life that is like a
    • this experience of beings in the spiritual world when we enter life on
    • earth is an inclination towards the moral life. This inclination is
    • life on earth, had too dull an experience of this spiritual existence.
    • life remains in our soul as an echo of the becoming one with the beings
    • is more deeply connected than people think with the moral life. For
    • without the capacity for love there would be no moral life here on
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  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • In speaking of the life of the soul, a certain expression in common use
    • thus reveals itself in the life of the soul, so long as our
    • relies on these methods alone can ever carry his observation of the life
    • of the soul any further than that during waking life, ideas, feelings,
    • physical life on earth; we need look only at the condition of ordinary
    • sleep as it occurs every day of a man's life, and we shall be obliged to
    • in consciousness in ordinary day-to-day life, show so great a dependence
    • organic life predominates as such and during such time allows no ideas
    • dream and suggest how dreams appear to come out of the life of sleep and
    • to be simply remembered in the waking life. From the way the dream plays
    • through the life of sleep the conclusion might be drawn that the
    • developed as new faculties from out of the ordinary life of the soul we
    • subconscious or unconscious in man, namely the region of soul-life
    • being able thus consciously during waking life to experience in a
    • indeed towards a knowledge of the life of the soul. For all we can know
    • during waking life. We carry within us during the day, from waking until
    • affected by the influences of the sea much as during the life of day the
    • them in a quite definite and differentiated manner. In the life of day
    • that when you experience something consciously in waking life, a great
    • describe as a need of God — there is a reality in the life of soul
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  • Title: Lecture: About Horses That Can Count and Calculate
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    • man's, the horse participates in the life of the earth, and the force
    • to express it quite independently through its soul life. But the
    • life the animal is merely concerned with sweets which it receives, and
    • while its whole attention in the conscious life goes toward the sugar,
    • the most curious things take place in its subconscious life. But all
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 1: Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
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    • Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
    • course of economic life.Emancipation of the money-market
    • really went on in political life — or in public life
    • that the phases of economic life run their course almost like
    • economic life, that when some phase like a ‘favorable
    • economic life.
    • wide range of economic life as favourable or unfavorable
    • affairs of practical life as well.
    • at the actual facts of life, and not to let these facts of
    • life be mystified with a fog of theories. — I have
    • life as well, and in every way fitted, there too, to let
    • quite specific, concrete facts of actual life, and not to
    • general theories, if one wants to understand actual life in
    • instance, takes a particular form of economic life, and
    • working classes. If one would learn to know life,
    • however, one must observe life itself. And one will then
    • this decidedly somewhat troublesome observation of life. It
    • life.
    • represent a certain natural course in human life, — or
    • eminently practical branch of life, Insurance. One calculates
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  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 2: On Propaganda of the Threefold Social Order
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    • understanding. And the actual questions of economic life too
    • question of economic life for instance, which was discussed
    • economic life. In other words: a definite article must be
    • man, who is in the thick of business-life under a
    • practice of life, with what the actual facts of life require,
    • life, and does not merely go crying the old stock-in-trade
    • working classes to a really understanding conception of life.
    • practice of life, and have always demanded that one should
    • life!’ — until we can do this, all discussion as
    • spiritual life upon its own footing. And in reply, somebody
    • lack of freedom in spiritual life. We possess a very
    • considerable degree of freedom in our spiritual life. Amongst
    • spiritual life. People who still have some sense of how
    • building up a new spiritual life.
    • spiritual life, one finds a certain number of people no
    • doubt, who, in addition to their other occupations in life,
    • other occupations in life, — this is something which
    • needed before all else is a new spiritual life, a
    • spiritual life that lays hold on everything, —
    • we have this new spiritual life, — when we no longer
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • all the problems related to the soul life of the human being
    • human soul life arbitrarily, but I hope to be able to show how
    • his soul life. We can take an example to show how the scientist
    • has a different relationship to human life. In our soul life
    • ordinary everyday soul life is more or less similar to the case
    • into our soul life in this way in the physical body, the part
    • scientific self-observation, plays into our soul life. That is
    • always been pointed out how something plays into the soul life
    • things that take place in our soul life we are also able to say
    • it has in normal life and ordinary science. It has to acquire a
    • one usual in everyday life. To take the example already cited,
    • organ introduced a kind of unknown quantity into the soul life,
    • be completely removed from any kind of dream life in the soul.
    • center of our soul life with full consciousness, so that
    • Constant attempts to concentrate our soul life upon our
    • the development of our imaginative life. This means that we no
    • body, but out of the life of the soul.
    • imaginative life is not simply an act of our fantasy any more
    • in the life of imagination where we know that the chair cannot
    • ordinary consciousness, in our ordinary everyday life, we do
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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    • insight into human life, and yet what he seems to be saying is
    • that happen in human life. I would like to characterize
    • imaginative conception of life, which, according to Lamprecht's
    • of life we find a kind of life that is more like a society. And
    • finally with the way knighthood and town life evolved.
    • conception of life, for at that time life was based on
    • such examples from many aspects of life. We are still in this
    • other. — Out of their way of life there then arose what
    • the inner soul life of man comes to expression in a quite
    • decay. We find the part of life that becomes dead in historical
    • evolution, in the social life of humanity. If we apply only
    • observation when we are confronted by real life and wish
    • both in social life and in life as a whole; we should create a
    • Looked at superficially, this human soul life, in fact human
    • life as a whole, proceeds in alternating states of waking and
    • extent into our waking life. Our waking life is completely
    • awake only in part. Beneath the surface of our waking life is
    • our feeling life and our passions are related to our dream
    • life. Those who are really able to investigate and observe such
    • with the life of the spirit in their soul life, even if only
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  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1
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    • bringing spiritual forces into the social life of man because
    • deal more of the animal in him than he has today, life being
    • that; we have to turn to what in this life on earth man bears
    • soul. This is something of tremendous importance in the life
    • change their calling later in life, so let them talk. But we
    • those who know spiritual life hold modern men to be a
    • for life. For example, I candidly own that when I consider
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1 (alternate translation)
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    • want to speak to you about the cultural life of our present
    • social life does not arise as the result of a spiritual
    • who presume to be leaders in this or that sphere of life,
    • Anthroposophy with social life will not be understood. To-day
    • stream of materialistic culture in every department of life,
    • spiritual forces into the social life of humanity, because
    • life of man, materialism is bound to grow stronger and
    • their human frailties. If in external life we are compelled
    • life is the repetition of earlier incarnations. To-day we
    • this is a point of tremendous significance in the life of
    • superficiality of life is sufficient to show that it is
    • but we must be sure. As far as external life is concerned, it
    • course one who knows spiritual life considers men to-day as
    • most of ail — and in my life I have concerned myself
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 2
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    • knowledge in the course of his life, and especially in the
    • the life of the soul, different experiences, in consecutive
    • of his earth life, differences in the content of his soul
    • life at the ages of, say, 30, 40, or 50 years. If he thinks
    • up to the end of his life, of the “God within
    • extremes of our life as human beings, is to be found
    • we live an inner life. And willing is fashioned from feeling
    • in something that faces death, and out of that death, life
    • to this height of contemplation, our soul life changes
    • concretely to observe the differences in the soul life of the
    • right period of life to the awakening and not to the
    • paralysing of forces within them. The life period between the
    • education or giving instruction at this time of life. When
    • life — living life as it were! If education were to arise
    • out of life in this way, then those forces which ought to be
    • man will enter upon his later life with forces that are
    • again come to a point where they can understand life in its
    • when they again realise that life is something which
    • how he feels. There are certain things associated with life
    • generations as they follow each other in life. We think
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  • Title: The Ten Commandments
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    • Answers to Universal Questions and Life Questions through Anthroposophy,
    • Answers to Universal Questions and Life Questions through
    • announced that they were mere common people in ordinary life
    • in-between conditions of life, between waking and sleeping for
    • short life on earth, because he was conquered by his brother
    • the physical plane. Therefore people can't meet Osiris in life.
    • wording. Every time it is according to impulses in your life to
    • damagingly in community of life from one “I” to
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture I: The Being of Man
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    • being of man, the three worlds, life after death, karma, the evolutionary
    • into real life.
    • of higher perception is needed to understand this principle of life,
    • enough in everyday life when our attention is diverted from an object so
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture II: The Three Worlds
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    • being of man, the three worlds, life after death, karma, the evolutionary
    • to life. As its fruits it brings us two things we must have if we are
    • to lay hold of life in the right way — strength and security —
    • The physical world, the scene of human life.
    • every lie is an act of murder. Every spoken truth creates a life-promoting
    • element; every lie, an element hostile to life. Anyone who knows this
    • has no life — the archetypes, that is, of the minerals —
    • more delicately organised, the archetypes of life are added: everything
    • that has life flows over the Earth like water. Here the minerals cannot
    • be seen because they have no vibrant life; but plants, animals and men
    • can be seen very well. Life circulates in Devachan like blood in the
    • that has life forms its Ocean. Everything that pleasure and pain signify
    • life.
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    • Lecture III: Life of the Soul in Kamaloka
    • being of man, the three worlds, life after death, karma, the evolutionary
    • LIFE OF THE SOUL IN KAMALOKA
    • Life-Spirit, or Buddhi.
    • body, man loses consciousness in sleep, for in this life he needs the
    • man remembers all that has happened to him in the life just ended. His
    • entire life appears before his soul in a moment, like a great tableau.
    • Something like this can happen during life, in rare moments of great
    • from a great height, when death seems imminent, may see his whole life
    • itself from the brain and a man's whole life flashes before his soul.
    • reappears; hence also the recollection of the whole past life immediately
    • condition we must realise that in his earthly life a man's consciousness
    • begin to form some conception of what the condition of life is after
    • through its life in Kamaloka? In Kamaloka a man lives through his whole
    • life again, but backwards. He goes through it, day by day, with all
    • his earthly life, but in such a way that he has to do without all this;
    • himself from physical life. And when he has lived through his life right
    • ordinary life is the sheer joy of being alive, of living in a physical
    • with this. You may retort that the suicide who is weary of life no longer
    • much from life. Because it has ceased to satisfy his desire for pleasure,
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  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture IV: Devachan
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    • being of man, the three worlds, life after death, karma, the evolutionary
    • harvest of the last life remains like a concentrated essence of forces
    • life a picture is added. After his first incarnation a man had his first
    • but also this product of his former life. This is the “causal”
    • of Life. They have developed to a high level and possess a rich causal
    • but that is not how it goes. Think how different life was for a man who
    • he will find when he reincarnates today. Nowadays a child's life between
    • they were recalled to life by the Sun. Hence the constellation in which
    • in the conditions of life on Earth. And this is the length of time spent
    • Life. These radical changes in the conditions on Earth provide a schooling
    • his body as it was in his last life, and within him he still carries
    • the fruits of the memory-picture of his last life. It is now possible
    • what he was like before the experiences of his last life and what he
    • can become when the experiences of this latest life are added to those
    • Devachan, therefore, a man corrects his previous life-picture, and out
    • Devachan, life pulsates as a reality, as though in rivers and streams.
    • During earthly existence a man has life within him and he cannot perceive
    • past life, but now they come before him as clouds, thunder and lightning.
    • all his experiences into the life of his soul. By dint of seeing these
    • pictures of the life of soul he is able to incorporate their particular
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  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture V: Human Tasks in the Higher Worlds
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    • being of man, the three worlds, life after death, karma, the evolutionary
    • the universal life which under physical conditions is tied up with the
    • of life. All forms of spiritual life, for example that of Christian
    • communities, are seen as belonging to the universal flow of life. Hence
    • the first rule for a Theosophist, which is to look for the one life
    • in everything, can be truly practised; for the universal life, common
    • both of them along throughout his life. And then in bad dreams or visions
    • after a good previous life is different from the substance collected
    • life: this is a fact to be kept thoroughly well in mind. The reason
    • memory of a man's past life appears like a tableau before his soul, so is
    • a kind of preview of the coming life given to the soul immediately before
    • the coming life are made evident in broad outline. This is of the utmost
    • of suffering and hardship in his previous life receives a shock from
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    • The grasp of life given
    • he can convince himself that in Theosophy the truth about life is to
    • being enters on a new life, and his various bodies develop in different
    • of pregnancy the life of the mother and of the human embryo are
    • stamp themselves on the child's inner life. Example, therefore, in thought
    • so that with their aid he will stand firm against the storms of life.
    • human life in the form of pictures, have a powerful effect. All this
    • it is to find the right ones! If a child asks questions about life
    • arises from the chrysalis to a new life. Everywhere in nature we can
    • Theosophy seeks to lay hold of practical life through all its stages.
    • which really makes life comprehensible for the first time. The law of
    • No, it gives us strength and confidence at every stage in life, and
    • an answer to them. If we are to face life with strength and hope we must
    • it is the individual Ego that changes from one life to another. Cause
    • and effect go on working from life to life: what I experience today
    • has its cause in a previous life, and what I do today shapes my destiny
    • in my next life. The cause of different circumstances at birth is not
    • to be found in this life; nothing immediate is responsible for it. The
    • cause lies in earlier lives. In a previous life a man has prepared his
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    • being of man, the three worlds, life after death, karma, the evolutionary
    • OF THE LAW OF KARMA INHUMAN LIFE
    • destiny in a later life depends upon what we do in this physical life.
    • former life determines our external destiny.
    • of his life he learns an extraordinary amount. He absorbs concepts,
    • how they have changed your life. All this has produced a corresponding
    • all through life. Ideas and experiences change quickly; it is just the
    • more or less the same character throughout life. We shall see later
    • beyond a single life.
    • so on which transform the astral body during a long life will produce
    • a marked change in the etheric body only in the next life. Thus if someone
    • wants to be born. in his next life with good habits and inclinations,
    • If he makes the effort to do good, he will be born in his next life
    • separate years of his life and over his life as a whole. In this way he
    • characteristic of his etheric body in his next life — the
    • world will find in his next life that he cannot stick at anything. But
    • temperaments, also, back to a previous life, for they are qualities
    • is karmically determined if a man in his previous life was compelled
    • If, again, he has had a pleasant life without much struggle or toil,
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    • study of particular karmic questions in relation to human life. What
    • in the physical body. People who in one life have been habitually selfish
    • will age quickly in their next life; they seem to shrivel up. On the
    • other hand, if in one life you have been ready to make sacrifices and
    • prepare even the physical body for the next life.
    • this life?
    • it is a secretion of the oyster, so that in this case life has to fall
    • illnesses in one life reappear in the next life as physical beauty.
    • of man. Things such as this give us a glimpse into the secret of life.
    • find that in his previous life he had good abilities and made good use
    • and he had gained a small portion of life as a corrective of what had
    • been lacking in his previous life. The grief of his parents will, of
    • in the retrospective tableau of his past life. The injury he has inflicted
    • does not then cause him pain, but in Kamaloka, as he relives his life
    • What was really happening there? In a previous life the man had killed
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    • of a planet a period when it is not visible and has no outward life. This
    • passes through the various stages of his life, as child, young man or
    • is called in Theosophy a Round, or a Life-condition. Each Round can
    • it. Saturn passed through seven such Rounds or Life-conditions. In each
    • Round also brought nothing new; it was a recapitulation of life on the
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture X: Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times
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    • being of man, the three worlds, life after death, karma, the evolutionary
    • literally: “And God breathed into Adam the breath of life, and Adam
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    • being of man, the three worlds, life after death, karma, the evolutionary
    • directions for a moral way of life, with everything laid down in the
    • life only in world-renouncing ascent to the Spirit.
    • influence on human life, and accordingly worked out a science which
    • behind every constellation was a divine Being which gave it life. Thus
    • about the form of human society from his own inner life. The Roman went
    • even further: he moulded the whole social life of human beings in
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    • being of man, the three worlds, life after death, karma, the evolutionary
    • you wish to penetrate more deeply into the spiritual life. For example,
    • the life of an ordinary man nowadays. From early till late he is occupied
    • dreams have a meaning, but not that of experiences in waking life. When
    • life.
    • for life. Quite often dreams of this sort go unheeded because we fail
    • element into his life. Of course he cannot arrange his days so that
    • He can also bring rhythm into his life if in the evening he reviews the
    • regularities, so much the better: in that way his life will take its
    • unrhythmical, chaotic life: nature has deserted him.
    • is deliberately to infuse some rhythm into this chaotic life, and he
    • keep the six qualities in mind, take his life in hand, and be prepared
    • this, he will be in a bad way. In ordinary life today the spiritual
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    • that you can be a good man and come to a form of the higher life without
    • Do not lie, do not kill, do not steal, do not lead a dissolute life,
    • injunction, Do not lead a dissolute life, take a person with
    • but am considering only how best to live my life in the world.”
    • become the rule in our social life. So begins a complete disregard of
    • life. In the long run social life is conditioned by its pattern, its
    • environment: we inhale the breath of life and exhale air which we can make
    • life-giving air; otherwise all life would long ago have been destroyed.
    • We owe our life to the plants, and in this way plants, animals and men
    • occultist knows that breath imbued with rhythm is life-promoting and
    • the curbing of sense-perception. Nowadays in ordinary life a person
    • a firm belief in the presence and the life on Earth of the Christ. Without
    • giving it the ground on which it can lead a higher form of life, and
    • feeling. He must learn to stand firm under the heavy strokes of life,
    • him through life; it has become for him the wood of the Cross. He need
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    • being of man, the three worlds, life after death, karma, the evolutionary
    • but practically, so that they become part of his everyday life. There are
    • of our own soul-life. But we must make it quite clear to ourselves that
    • engenders a moral life.
    • into the life of the soul. Everything must become for us a symbol in
    • life of the soul. The widespread superficiality of our material epoch
    • life; it must be overcome. This form of training is particularly well
    • it as merely a sort of great lifeless ball, with an interior not very
    • fluid. But it is not easy to understand how such a lifeless ball could
    • contact with something living, it strives to expel and destroy this life.
    • life.
    • in place only by the upper layers. It is the underlying life which serves
    • life on Earth and have trained their breathing so that it promotes life,
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    • Mechanics, we have to go beyond the life of ideas and mental
    • phenomenon in which Life plays a part if you restrict yourself to
    • this way, Phenomena in which Life is working can never be understood
    • never explain any process involving Life. In effect, the forces that
    • Life you can never do this. For these effects, there are no centres
    • which the life is subject. I shall not find them in a, nor
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    • are able to gain simply from our own life of thought. We form our
    • movement. This we can spin, as it were, out of our own life of
    • Nature's processes in our own inner life, we now have to leap across
    • our Intelligence and life of soul — at least, a portion of our
    • life of soul — we must not reckon merely with the ponderable
    • in which the life of man unites with the material element that
    • Intelligence. Never could Intelligence arise if our soul's life were
    • about by one kind of connection with the material life
    • instance, and how they work in man. Man in his inner life, as I was
    • what we do when we follow the life of soul in Will and Intelligence
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    • vitality, — there is life. Truth is, the farther back we go
    • into the eye, the more life do we find. In the aqueous humour we have
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    • another occasion in our life, when — as I said once before
    • relation of our life of soul to mass, — how we are put
    • themselves the need of contemplating the inherent life of the
    • century conceived this strange idea of universal, inorganic, lifeless
    • soul and Spirit-Nature — that underlies it. Lifeless Nature is
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    • description, I am forever living in a rhythm-of-life which both in
    • border-line. Our life in the element of warmth is for our
    • from inner warmth. Your life in the light-element however lies
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    • in Nature. The spiritual should be reserved for the religious life.
    • life of thought but which consists of outer realities. In effect, I
    • I am led to the conclusion that all your inner being and life of
    • light and sound the inner life and being which you experience in a
    • part of my subjective life, and thus denied to you
    • the experience of inner life and being.
    • but in the life of humanity at large.
    • human being so as to bring him to life instead of seeing things in
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    • old. What happens in any sphere of life, can only properly be
    • life since we are looking rather intently in their direction. Look
    • brings about the most important things that play into the life of
    • it with our conscious life, or at least partially so. So do we in
    • waking life. We do not experience our processes of will directly.
    • sensory and thinking life. Above all is this true of the phenomena
    • idea-forming, conscious life into our life of Will. All that is
    • light, and sound, and warmth, is then akin to our conscious life,
    • is akin — intimately akin — to our unconscious life of
    • former ones as is the Will in us to the life of Thought. This is
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    • which we have spun out of our own inner life. Where then do these
    • presents itself to you in conscious day-waking life. Yet the two
    • inner life — your life of soul — to apprehend the tone
    • deeply the ideas of Physics penetrate into the life of mankind.
    • where the new things which mankind needs can spring to life. In the
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    • the cultural and spiritual life of the present time. It does
    • life. It is not so difficult to see that the science of spirit
    • spirit life. It was not like today when the phenomena of nature
    • just the most serious questions about the life of the soul and
    • questions of spiritual life. We find that a scientist like
    • and wish to draw conclusions affecting spiritual life from the
    • the life of the soul, and that science comes to an end where
    • really seeking spiritual substance in cultural life
    • the pressing questions about the life of the human soul and
    • mix-up of the bodily life and soul life which comes about
    • physical life of the human being. Let us take a particular
    • need to breathe, and so on, in life. These are immediate,
    • everyday life know about all the complicated processes, the
    • body in everyday life, which is more or less its outward form,
    • to the human being as is hidden to him in ordinary life of
    • today that the part of his spiritual life that is orientated
    • life and proceed from there to what lies spiritually outside
    • this soul life. And this spiritual nature has naturally to be
    • possible way, just as the life of the human body is
    • spiritual life are in fact spiritual, and therefore are quite
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    • However, a fact about the soul-life of present day humanity
    • beyond the ordinary everyday life of the soul, which, of
    • human soul life, inasmuch as this lies within the conscious
    • is not possible to investigate the mysteries of soul life, that
    • there is much that rises up into the soul life of the human
    • flows into one's conscious life. It would of course take a very
    • of the unconscious. In the cultural life of Central Europe the
    • approaches spiritual life, which is supposed to remain
    • life rests on something spiritual and unconscious. He maintains
    • and intensification of our soul life. These unconscious forces
    • spiritual life, and we shall do this by taking into
    • life which enter into our consciousness in a less complete way
    • our ordinary soul life, even if it is only a mystical
    • soul life, can be treated in such a way that the human being
    • can rise from this soul life to the spiritual, just as from
    • another aspect he can descend from soul life to the physical by
    • appears in our conscious soul life from unknown depths or
    • unconscious soul life and its manifestations. I shall take
    • arises out of the unconscious depths of soul life, and this is
    • plays into our semiconscious life, and this is the sphere of
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    • are to advance their way of thinking and their way of life. From
    • to the practical life. How they have been lost for us on account of
    • aspects of our life. To indicate to you in a merely preliminary way
    • Our whole life process is bound up with this fact that we have in us
    • different state of consciousness, a different soul life. It is
    • kind of life we do.
    • You see, many things in life, in human life and in the animal
    • process. A great deal pertaining to our condition of life rests on
    • life. If someone says — Here is a boy, another boy has given him a
    • a conclusion in practical life, he would be considered a fool. In
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    • only mechanical facts in space. Life must be a mechanical thing, soul
    • to consider in external nature even lifeless inorganic nature, a being
    • conceptual life, and you will become aware that the words themselves
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    • soul life has to change. With ordinary abstract thoughts man cannot
    • enter the higher region of human soul life. There thoughts become
    • because our inner soul life no longer uses the physical body.
    • life does not have time inside of it, but time has your life within
    • look more lightly on the ideas of ordinary life. And therefore, anyone
    • You see, in ordinary life, it is really, as the theorists say it is,
    • this fact. It is quite possible in this ordinary life to carry out
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    • man, in order to maintain his life processes and exist at all on the
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    • are such that this form can be seized upon by our life processes,
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    • it only by conceiving a life, a living weaving, manifesting itself as
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    • the phenomena of life. It cannot be done with these concepts of
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    • the phenomena of life as well were hidden away here; only we are not
    • able to bring these life-effects into the field of our investigations
    • the hypothetical inclusion of life effects or the fact that our series
    • , as we think of it at least, has hidden away in it life, heat, light
    • chemical spectra to the life forces and on the other side to
    • processes are going on, Z in Z′, life acting in solids.
    • degree of fluidity is necessary for life. Under terrestrial conditions
    • life does not manifest in the purely solid state. But, these same
    • bodies to life. Gases, in the realm of the terrestrial, stand in the
    • activity. And at the foundation of all was life, active in
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    • And lastly, by Z we have denoted the life activity realm
    • long controversial papers read, completely divorced from real life.
    • life to the old formulae. And they will find, when they apply to these
    • to apply them in the conduct of life. We could wish that one did not
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    • Educational and Spiritual Impulses for Life in the Twentieth Century
    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • cultural life of the West. One feels that in Oxford — a town
    • reaching to the depths of modern spiritual life, is necessary. When
    • taken by Middle Europe and its cultural life, the leading centers of
    • external life. In Middle Europe, especially in the German-speaking
    • life of soul, and consciousness has not been filled with it. This was
    • life, we find during the last third of the nineteenth century, up to
    • of thought and spiritual life: symbolically, I will call it the
    • social life man cannot really find his fellow-men any longer.
    • life, cries, not because it is permeated with social feeling, but
    • standpoint in spiritual life is just as fleeting as it is in the
    • These are two different standpoints in physical life. What matters is
    • community of life, so long as the heritage from earlier generations
    • stout-heartedness in cultural life. Where is it then? — so asks
    • perceive it. What concerns you are mainly longings of the inner life
    • then sheer routine will dissipate and life will become human once
    • closed his life by calling out to posterity: “More light!”
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    • Educational and Spiritual Impulses for Life in the Twentieth Century
    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • difficulties of the inner life among the youth at Universities and
    • its life of soul-and-spirit the little child derives nothing from
    • forms of expression for the life of thought, so too for the life of
    • human being of today. This was so because in the life of feeling and
    • must grow old in earthly life — however young we may still be.
    • having been badly educated and yet difficulties in life are
    • life of soul and spirit would gradually have withered. The Christ
    • layers of man's life of soul. These layers of soul conjure into
    • then, when one strives to speak out of what can bring this life back
    • spiritual life simply show no understanding. Just think how little is
    • it is in every domain of life. The value of the intellect was too
    • life, must mean something to one another. It is this that has from
    • aims at being life, not science, not cleverness but art, vital
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    • Educational and Spiritual Impulses for Life in the Twentieth Century
    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • education of those who were destined for the spiritual life was such
    • dead product, describing life in the condition where life has died.
    • was not very portly in physical life, yet when his soul left his body
    • experienced, that they are concepts filled with life. What is here
    • effect upon our dead cultural life. The Spirit must be the lightning
    • which strikes our dead culture and kindles it to renewed life.
    • into the next earth-life. It was called the “permanent atom”.
    • to equip me in this life by having preserved my stomach from a former
    • the present day to be cold, arid. It must be given life and inner
    • being, fills him with life. Only this can lead us to the point where
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    • Educational and Spiritual Impulses for Life in the Twentieth Century
    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • impulse for the renewal of the moral life, but rather to show that
    • forces which work from other sources to determine the moral life are
    • of the life of humanity in a particular region or period by knowing
    • of the soul; that even for the moral impulses of everyday life, they
    • situation in the life of soul from that of previous centuries. And I
    • who through the successive periods of his life poignantly experienced
    • Schopenhauer the decline of the spiritual life in the midst of which
    • substance of life to him — that already in Greek culture there
    • in the spiritual life of Greece he saw intellectualism and the
    • contrast of this life of soul, still full of spiritual impulses —
    • and that other life of soul which gradually began to paralyze the
    • through life and meeting individuals we must have an open heart —
    • felt this in regard to the spiritual life — hence his
    • were convinced that immediate life, in its elementary form, cannot
    • out of a tragic feeling about life, and he thought that this mission
    • the Greeks had set up as the great consoler for the material life
    • moment in Nietzsche's life, the moment when he felt his ideals
    • think that philosophy has a direct influence upon life; I do so
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    • Educational and Spiritual Impulses for Life in the Twentieth Century
    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • I tried to characterize the spiritual life at the end of the
    • of the world, should lead to the founding of the moral life of the
    • of man's life of soul, as we see it today in the West. In
    • within himself independently of external life the impetus to action.
    • man's inner life of soul into account; there is no knowledge of
    • how the life of soul developed from the earliest times until the
    • indicating an earlier form of life, so in fossilized moral ideas we
    • passes over gradually into the life of soul, the life of soul into
    • the strange fact is that during the first two periods of human life,
    • first two periods of life it comes to the point of dying, and for
    • their head! For what was dead had to be brought to life again in a
    • later life learnt nothing more; they simply repeated mechanically
    • bring back life into what has been made into dead thinking by natural
    • quicken it to new life. We must find something that strikes into what
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • a terrible, a horrible thought; all life is frozen by it.
    • being, we have what is infinite before us and so imbued with life
    • attitude we have to knowledge, the spark of life will strike into the
    • instincts, depending on particular conditions of life. One could make
    • what to do with them. Nonetheless they are arising: in the inner life
    • immediate future for all moral life, was not necessary in the past —
    • the aspect of the social life, the matter presents itself
    • morality on the individual, you will upset the social life.”
    • real life.
    • realize this necessity to build up confidence in social life; they
    • of religion the abstract instruction which leads away from real life.
    • body, and so on — in a way that is singularly foreign to life.
    • had a feeling for this. For him, the religious life was such that it
    • life. This was so in olden times. The human being was a totality:
    • life must again be permeated by a religious quality. But
    • great demand of the future — must permeate social life.
    • or to young people generally who have to be guided into life.
    • we see how through actual life, morality is transformed back into
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    • Educational and Spiritual Impulses for Life in the Twentieth Century
    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • tiredness, I called it. In ordinary life organic existence requires
    • capacity to become tired-out by the phenomena meeting us in life is
    • that we should also in our life of soul be made tired by certain
    • feelings of reverence, permeating life with real recreative forces
    • the life-force in a human being who goes to bed at night before he is
    • healthy life-forces, but they are not in their proper place; and so
    • life of soul, is engaged, it rises and fails, and is quickened to
    • movement. The life of soul is at work when we read even the driest
    • the point of view of our life of soul, that is — everything is
    • own special subject. In short, life in science became so objective
    • means in the face of life itself to speak about actual realities. We
    • what should have carried one through life, and consequently could not
    • what allegories, what symbols! Looked at from the biology of the life
    • science must be there, a new spiritual life, able once again to unite
    • phenomena of human evolution arising from a life of soul that was
    • full of pictures and dream-like, whereas the life of soul we bear
    • Brahmin schools spoke of four means to knowledge on the path of life.
    • needed for life. It was reckoned so emphatically as one of the
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • idea of what gave the tone to the cultural life of the time. The
    • which souls living in the Middle Ages had in an earlier earth-life
    • the men who in their previous earth-life had already felt the world
    • earth-life was experienced as tragedy.
    • life on earth before the sixth or seventh century, particularly
    • in Kepler's life of soul, in that soul-life which in later
    • from science, nevertheless he still retained the spiritual life in
    • longer lived from their previous earth-life the impulse that thought
    • this. For although the sense for the individual past earth-life had
    • life for his soul. Hence an intense yearning aroused, the strong
    • within human life itself? — these leaders condemned as
    • human life.
    • first to bring with them out of their previous earth-life the tragedy
    • gather the nature of their soul-life from their books were, even in
    • wrestling with deep problems. Those who had this inner life were no
    • among those who, participating in the cultural life, did not really
    • their feeling life.
    • scientific wheel. I am simply recounting facts relating to the life
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    • Educational and Spiritual Impulses for Life in the Twentieth Century
    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • of this, their intellect was not so cold, so lifeless and dry as ours
    • already described. But because of this the problems of life have
    • life of which he must know, but which cannot be exhausted by
    • cannot be known before we reach a certain time in life, that is,
    • however, exceedingly important for life. If culture is to find roots
    • conditions which obtained among those preparing for life in the
    • those days must again be given life. But because today consciousness
    • must look at life, not at theories, when one seeks to encompass the
    • great problems of world-culture. If one really looks into life today
    • needed to meet the challenges of life. The great German writers
    • is only known as experimental psychology; phenomena of the life of
    • conception of any real phenomena of the life of soul. Hence they have
    • life of mind and heart. And, secondly, understanding of man is not to
    • out of artistic experience of the soul. Art must become the life
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    • Educational and Spiritual Impulses for Life in the Twentieth Century
    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • is able to observe the life of soul in a more intimate way knows such
    • transitions in man, that human life runs its course in rhythms. Try
    • his life, Goethe was prone to let external events work upon his soul
    • period of his life that he became a strange kind of pantheist, how he
    • of the morning sun. In later life he explained that he had wanted to
    • the first period of Goethe's life, then the following one, and
    • so on till you piece together this whole life out of parts of about
    • following life-period. Goethe began Faust in his youth in such a way
    • own life inwardly will discover that these changes hold good.
    • look deeply into our own life.
    • experienced in the life of soul as the change of teeth or puberty is
    • today. And, indeed, approximately up to the middle of life, up to the
    • thirty-fifth or thirty-sixth year, life was on the up-grade. But then
    • it began to decline. People experienced the drying-up of life. But
    • spiritual life. What did the young say when they looked at the
    • man still had living experience of the change occurring in life in
    • experience life concretely is something that has been lost in the
    • far in your life of soul that you have freed thinking from outer
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    • Educational and Spiritual Impulses for Life in the Twentieth Century
    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • life in the inner being of man, yet also in the subconscious, in what
    • man desires of life, most concrete things are seeking to find their
    • the organism. The life of the rest of the organism remains dull,
    • recognizes what man brings with him out of his pre-earthly life. The
    • particularly in the period of life referred to. It is experienced,
    • world. We acquire a special kind of life of soul when we experience
    • it is a bringing down of pre-earthly existence into the life of the
    • instruction and education, during the child's life between the
    • period of life in which, in this age of the consciousness soul, still
    • can experience in five minutes as the relations of life between man
    • find that it is what rises up from the previous earth-life or series
    • of earth-lives into the present life of the soul, and what is
    • education the whole life of man as it is lived out on earth.
    • life. Firstly, because the question is put one-sidedly, one gets a
    • whole of life, not only for the schoolroom or the short period after
    • for the imponderable things in life, an understanding for the unity
    • in man's life as a whole as it unfolds on earth.
    • could revere. They had this experience at the right time of life. And
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    • Educational and Spiritual Impulses for Life in the Twentieth Century
    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • preserved during the whole of their life what is today experienced in
    • took it with them into later life. It was more intimate but at the
    • this is the difficulty in our life of soul; we have to live into this
    • in practical everyday life we must be right within this great
    • have a certain result for the whole of human life.
    • practical life. Unless we were imbued with an active human force
    • lifeblood of the soul which pours itself actively into his physical
    • life-blood. And if there is anything by which we can recognize a true
    • saying, I ask you to consider from what vocation in life the word
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture XIII
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    • Educational and Spiritual Impulses for Life in the Twentieth Century
    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • civilized human being today lives in intellectualism in a life of
    • life then, a living from within outwards, an experiencing which arose
    • in man because he had united himself with this life.
    • life of the soul, have the characteristic by thus struggling out of
    • the inner being took on fresh life from the outer world. It can
    • Yet these concepts have taken on new life from outer Nature. Inasmuch
    • which acquire new life from outer Nature. But it is a life which
    • difficulty could man protect himself from having his innermost life
    • life of the soul. Those who had within them a fully developed life of
    • fresh life in the new age through observation and experiment, but it
    • was a life that devoured the human being.
    • so paralyzed in its soul-life that in respect of the deepest
    • and completely destroys it in order to infuse his own life into what
    • a true spiritual knowledge which conquers this center of life (which,
    • world we are able to implant life through our moral impulses. Thus
    • what is in the earth begins to be transformed into the new life, into
    • modern science tells us about the origin of life, about the
    • the dragon receives his life out of a world quite different from that
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    • then will the practical effect become noticeable in public life. I
    • human feeling life because these preachers did not stand alone but
    • entirely new way of life, to a new perception, a new awareness. The
    • feeling life of the soul that later appeared in their
    • of our present humanity there was a kind of water or sea-life that
    • to life on land. The life of the Atlanteans was for the most part a
    • life in vessels. Not only were they surrounded by a watery, misty
    • different from the single bee. The whole beehive has a spiritual life
    • that in some ways corresponds to life on Saturn on a lower stage, and
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    • life, but we must look for them at the right spots.
    • duality in life about which men might well reflect. Yesterday, we
    • belongs to the revealed world — death and life.
    • out dualities at every step in life. In physics you find positive and
    • is an evolution. Everywhere in life this duality alternates but
    • the plant but also in higher realms of life. Let us trace in thought,
    • for example, the development of European spiritual life from
    • deep inwardness of this man's feeling life. When we advance further,
    • comprehensive idea, effected a renewal of spiritual life, whose
    • century there was an outward unfolding of mystical life; it was
    • outside. But something else was also there — intellectual life
    • mystical life withdrawing. Now the time has come when this mystical
    • life must again appear, when through the Anthroposophical Movement it
    • and evolution disclose themselves alternately everywhere in life.
    • life. Imagine the artist, Michelangelo, arranging a group of models.
    • A man's life consists
    • by the seven year periods throughout the rest of his life. When, one
    • good or evil for the remainder of his life. In the early periods of
    • life a great deal can be done by observing certain laws of education.
    • become a regression if he is turned loose in life with complete
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    • within the manifest world a second is added to life, that is, death.
    • That he find life again in this death, a man must find the death of
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • Easter and Whitsuntide. Each of these Festivals brings man's life of
    • The Christmas Festival is connected more directly with man's life of
    • Festivals, because when rightly understood it deepens the life of
    • only of his own life but also of the universe around him. His attitude
    • far transcending that of the ordinary course of life was taking place
    • life from beyond space and time, but into the world of space and time,
    • that human life on earth became intelligible to them.
    • more wide-awake consciousness than that prevailing in normal life. The
    • which were natural in a life of soul less awake than our own. In
    • are grasped by the modern mind. Man's whole life between birth and
    • independent of earthly life. And this is the kind of experience that
    • experiences of the life before birth or conception well up when he is
    • this is no proof of a life before birth, it must be said that they do
    • manifestations of life and have not the faintest inkling of the real
    • star to star; I had my very life in what is now only a mental
    • the life that extends from birth to death. Knowledge of the world in
    • for his actions and social life, he is unconsciously experiencing
    • experiences the aftereffects of his life before birth, so does he also
    • content of the life after death. These forces are already present in
    • germ between birth and death but come to fruition only in the life
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    • Answers to Universal Questions and Life Questions through Anthroposophy,
    • Answers to Universal Questions and Life Questions through Anthroposophy,
    • life in Devachan at all times during physical development
    • for the life on the Other Side, will be solved through the
    • sent at that time to work in life on the Other Side.
    • realms about life on earth. People on this side had no interest
    • of spiritual laws. The Greek loved life. This means the Greek
    • strongly in life at the summit of their I-consciousness, were
    • Shadows, it made them even unhappier. In life on this side more
    • Side, that life in the spirit can defeat death. Like lightening
    • the shadowed life was lit up in the other world. An enormous
    • event took place on the Other Side: over here in life on earth
    • decreasingly from the Other Side into life on this side. Now it
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization.
    • The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization,
    • THE THREE STREAMS IN THE LIFE OF CIVILIZATION
    • spiritual life, should permeate the whole evolution of our present
    • the hidden depths of his soul-life everyone knows far more than he
    • depths of his soul-life, to come to the surface, because in the
    • away the dim feeling that in the life of thought there is something
    • away from them when their soul-life is, as it were, transformed to a
    • those who know the life in the super-sensible, but this knowledge of
    • Science of Initiation, is only possible when all the life of our
    • present age can be compared with all the phenomena of life which have
    • fruitful impulse is to be brought into life, into life with its modern
    • life of civilization.
    • the stream of the Spiritual Life (in the full meaning of the word
    • spiritual), and that of the Political Life of Rights, and that of the
    • external Life of Economy and Industry.
    • When these three basic streams of life are placed before the soul of
    • a great sum-total of the phenomena of Life is really included.
    • streams in their sequence. We have today a Spiritual Life. In one way
    • or another each individual has a part in this spiritual life: One,
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    • The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization,
    • thought-life of Julius Caesar at the time, let us say, of his Gallic
    • thoughts. This means that these men have remained in a life of thought
    • Christ Jesus is sometimes on their lips, the soul-life of these men
    • attention to those who claim to fill their spiritual life with the
    • generally little known, a God who permeates and controls human life
    • events, and in the life of mankind within these events.
    • and can become active in the soul-life of those who seek the paths to
    • order that he may control the Economic life upon Earth without being
    • noticed. This must not be. Ahriman must not control the Economic life
    • which are seeking to enter the Spiritual life — the most terrible
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture III: The Mystery of the Human Will
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    • The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization,
    • awake in our life of feeling, and completely asleep in our Will. Let
    • Man's Will, then we notice that in our physical life between birth and
    • life-forces upon our food, we should be unable to evolve a soul- and
    • spirit-life by means of the apparatus of the nerves and the brain;
    • essentially something which during our physical life works to a
    • nervous system, to our sense-organization in our life between birth
    • which we partially carry on in life, the whole Earth thinks and has
    • with forces of death, but with forces of life, forces which evolve in
    • which we might describe as the old Life of Wisdom of earlier times
    • continue to live an abstract life, steeping himself in abstractions,
    • as he does in the social life of today. This is one of the ruses, one
    • because they have no inkling of what real Life is. All this is
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture IV: The Breaking-in of Spiritual Revelations Since the Last Third of the Nineteenth Century. Thoughts on New Years Eve.
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    • The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization,
    • are linked together in life and in the existence of the world, how
    • past and future are linked in the whole life of the Cosmos of which
    • that life with which our own individual existence is connected, is
    • this human life of ours stand with regard to past and future? It is
    • Trying to look back on our life through this mirroring process (for
    • looking back on our life, on what our inner soul reflects, is a
    • to think that we survey our entire life when looking back upon it; we
    • the course of our life comes before us with continual interruptions.
    • We might now ask: Are these interruptions in the course of our life
    • in the course of our life, or, to speak more correctly, in the
    • retrospection upon our life's course, then, as human beings, we should
    • life filled merely by the world outside, and in our life there would
    • feel our Ego, depends on the fact that our life's course is
    • of life, that present-day humanity faces a critical period. When a
    • human being of today looks back on life and, as has just been
    • as in ordinary daily life, the dreams of an individual dimly emerge
    • atavistic-clairvoyant visions, there arose in man's sentient life that
    • Ego it is more or less only a point in our soul-life. The content of
    • feeling is seeking to assume new life. Groping attempts are numerous.
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    • The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization,
    • the spiritual life of the German nation. I will read to you some
    • wrote in the very midst of the spiritual life prevailing at that time,
    • amid symptoms which showed themselves most markedly in the life of
    • current ran through the whole spiritual life of the German people. The
    • Fichte and his successors looked upon the world and life was truly
    • this is why, for a time, they held the whole life of the nation
    • the younger generation for later life. There were no experiments,
    • back to the aims and intentions of the old spiritual life, causing it
    • to life again amongst men. Every opinion that had taken firm hold
    • paths of abstraction in the Spiritual life. And for this we must first
    • attitude in life towards everything that surges up from human nature
    • only learns to know in life the one-sided power of natural instincts
    • mankind's sense-life of instinct during the last third of the
    • parts of a machine are lifeless and allow themselves to be fitted in,
    • of Goethe was created within the Spiritual life of Germany. And we
    • life.
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    • fluidity permeated with life but a fluidity permeated with
    • living being or with the simplest form of life — the cell
    • organic life today, the relationship of the organic to the
    • sphere of life depends upon raising questions. Where questions
    • doctor was lecturing about the life of soul in connection with
    • analyzing the structure of the brain but the conceptual life,
    • our conceptual life. Everything in the conceptual life can be
    • conceptual life. Something of the kind strikes us forcibly when
    • themselves are necessary for the conceptual life, even if
    • structure an Imaginative replica of the life of soul. It is
    • understanding of the life of soul. If we confine ourselves to
    • the brain itself, a life of soul over and above this does not
    • life of soul over and above the structure of the human brain
    • this life of soul in the spiritual world, we realize that it
    • not the conceptual life but the process of breathing,
    • as you did regarding the conceptual life. When you say to
    • physical organs, as you were able to for the conceptual life in
    • expression for the conceptual life, the perceptual life.
    • Everything that cannot be actually observed in the life of
    • life. And we must know in the case of each single organ to what
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    • soul cohesion, the inward soul life, that cannot be found in
    • organization as being permeated through and through with life,
    • to enter into hypotheses about the nature of life but merely to
    • cell is permeated with life. Whatever views we may hold —
    • when we say that the cell is permeated with life, as the crass
    • with life. But this is the same as saying that the human being
    • as permeated with life.
    • immediate life. It also has an indirect life in the rest of the
    • From the outset, the whole process is involved in life, even at
    • immersed in the life of the digestive tract, we can get on
    • led over into the realm of life. The human organization cannot
    • exist without providing its own life. In a more encompassing
    • complicated life processes. Ordinary, sense-oriented empiricism
    • periods of human life. You will gradually discover the
    • not toward the life of feeling but toward the ego, are
    • experience of life convince me that if you will set yourselves
    • life.) Do a series of experiments concerning the way in which
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • itself in daily life through the rhythm of the blood
    • can be observed in any given life period of the human being by
    • voice itself, which up to this period of life has essentially
    • seventh year of life, the metabolic organization, with all that
    • four to one. Thus not until the twenty-eighth year of life is
    • fact that at the end of the seventh year of life, regarding
    • fundamentally occurs during the period of life before the
    • life. When the second teeth appear, the inner tendency of the
    • healthiest state during the second period of life, from the
    • illness in the first period of life until the change of teeth
    • male voice. During the first period of life, up to the change
    • period of human life. You will be able to form a general
    • first period of life, up to the change of teeth, these
    • above downward during the first epoch of human life, and the
    • nerve-sense organization. In the first period of human life, up
    • second period of life sets in, from the change of teeth to
    • health during this period of life is that these two systems can
    • whereas during the first period of life external conditions
    • between the seventh and fourteenth years of life. During the
    • life. Nor does the action of breathing get tired. So when it is
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    • life force in the root nature, and there is a gradual process
    • iron-bearing blood corpuscles must mean for the whole life of
    • feeling, indeed for the whole life of the human organism. In
    • is inserted into this structure in order to serve the life of
    • do with the life of soul; it is the shaper, the form-giver of
    • life to these formative principles, then we really get down to
    • the life of will, feeling, and thought. The nerve-sense life is
    • sculpturally. Throughout the whole span of man's life this is
    • to its own life; the activity of the astral body remains too
    • over into organic life, and the subsequent intervention of the
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    • fluidity permeated with life, but a state of fluidity permeated with
    • being or with the simplest form of life — the cell — and
    • the study of organic life to-day, its relations to the universe are
    • in knowledge and action in every sphere of life depends upon the
    • analysed the structure of the brain in relation to the soul-life of
    • investigated in our times, and he then proceeded to explain the life
    • concerned with analysing the structure of the brain but the life of
    • correspond in a marvelous way with the organisation of our life of
    • ideation. Everything in the life of ideation can be found again in
    • to create in the brain a plastic image of man's life of
    • necessary for the life of ideation, even if people still hanker after
    • expresses the life of soul. In the brain, Nature has given us as a
    • in its structure an Imaginative replica of the life of soul. It is
    • life of soul. If we confine ourselves to the brain itself, a life of
    • persons with a right to speak of a life of soul over and above the
    • knowledge, we come to know this life of soul, we realise that it
    • not the life of ideation, but the process or function of breathing.
    • life of ideation and perception.
    • that cannot be actually observed in the life of soul, but is none the
    • period; we bear it within us continually in later life. And we must
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    • inner cohesion of soul-life which is not present in the animal. The
    • of the Ego is the fact that during earthly life the relation of man
    • with life, as living fluids — not merely as the fluids
    • nature of life, but merely to understand what is implied by saying
    • that the cell is permeated with life. Whatever views we may hold —
    • as the crass empiricist also says, that the cell has life, this
    • of man is likewise permeated with life. But this is the same as
    • permeated with life.
    • of warmth the Ego-organisation has its immediate life. It also has an
    • indirect life in so far as the warmth works upon the airy fluid and
    • organism. From the outset, the whole process is involved in life,
    • law is involved in the life of the digestive tract, we can get on
    • inorganic realm) are led over into the realm of life. The
    • life. In a wider sense, what happens here resembles the process
    • is drawn into the sphere of life. (In the animal it is not
    • and lungs. Such a being would not be possessed of an inner life of
    • soul; the element of soul could have its life in only the
    • life-processes. Ordinary empiricism comes to a standstill here, but
    • life. You will gradually discover the relation of the
    • number of psychical phenomena, tending not towards the life of
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    • life of man, although he can break through it in many ways — I
    • life. The system of nerves and senses, again, sends its workings into
    • any given life-period of man by studying the relation of all that
    • to this period of life has been, essentially, a form of expression of
    • life, the metabolic system, with all that proceeds from the liver and
    • life is the head organisation of man developed to the point reached
    • this is the fact that at the end of the seventh year of life, in
    • fundamentally speaking, during the period of life before the coming
    • of the second teeth — the first seven years of life. When the
    • the second period of life, from the change of teeth to puberty. After
    • to illness. Now the tendency to illness in the first period of life
    • the first period of life, up to the change of teeth, everything goes
    • seven years of life if you say to yourselves: It is quite evident
    • system of kidneys. We must realise that in the first life-period, up
    • life. And in the radiation from below upwards works the rhythm which
    • system of nerves and senses. In the first period of life, up to the
    • when the second life-period, from the change of teeth to puberty,
    • this period of life is that these systems of breathing and
    • sanitary conditions, whereas during the first period of life external
    • their appearance between the seventh and fourteenth years of life.
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    • be carried to a higher stage of life. The process of vitalization
    • summer. The strongest life-force inheres in the root-nature, and
    • blood corpuscles must mean for the whole life of feeling and
    • perception, indeed for the whole life of the organism. In other
    • heart and lungs lead over into the realm of life all that is taken up
    • structure in order independently to serve the life of soul. That is
    • with, the nervous system has nothing to do with the life of soul; it
    • childhood, and the adaptation of the soul-life to these formative
    • life of volition, feeling and thought. The life of nerves and senses
    • life this is done by the nerve-organs which extend from the senses
    • unfolded and the substance is abandoned to its own life; the activity
    • preliminary to leading it over into the realm of organic life, and
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    • pictures drawn from the imaginative life, which is the expression, the
    • signposts in the riddle-language may become a real impulse for life, a
    • whole life of soul. What thus shines out to meet us in the astral
    • super-sensible spirit are revealed in what happens in his bodily life
    • life, in Summer's life of blossoming and Autumn's life of ripening and
    • sprouting life; they are active in the life which is felt in the
    • and lifeless sulphur. And in fact these Nature-spirits, as they billow
    • desire-life that is bound up with the animal nature of man — that
    • above us at the height of summer, filled with the life of
    • If we look round us at modern life, as it has developed in the course
    • materialistic culture is the use of iron in the realm of earthly life.
    • materialism in the life of thought it is true that the essence of
    • clarifies the animal-like life, is actually an admonition to us that
    • meteor-process that rich fullness of life which is thus revealed
    • from the interweaving life forces of the cosmos, cannot but bring
    • mounting, springing, sprouting life. For it is then her will to live,
    • and we feel this impulse of life in experiencing hers. And we do well
    • Just as he must accompany living Nature in his own life, so must he
    • emerges from the loom of life. If we wish to paint this whole
    • arise from the life of Nature and the life of man.
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    • ourselves that all life in the universe rests upon an ascending
    • If this is true as regards memory in ordinary life, we must look at
    • but to do so, we must first have comprehended the life of the soul.
    • member of the spiritual world. In every life that follows after one in
    • with his life of soul; but the personal note, the personal
    • colouring which he then showed in his life in the sense world did not
    • brings into the human soul an understanding for the spiritual life,
    • Occult Research into the Life between Death and Rebirth, 17th, 20th
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    • the great transition was occurring from a life in outward surroundings
    • to a more inward life. And anyone can feel this, even if he ignore the
    • man's life had an outward direction, but that afterwards those who are
    • begin to make their life more inward.
    • the world, compared with what we find earlier in the spiritual life of
    • life of the earth which we call the Event of Golgotha, the earlier
    • floods of super-sensible life down into the world of the senses. There
    • an ideal, — to understand life. But life is not to be understood
    • here on earth. Occultism alone can give knowledge of life; external
    • believe that one could ever penetrate the laws of life as one can
    • giving a knowledge of life. This knowledge of life must remain the
    • But now, impossible as is a sense knowledge of life, equally
    • He went through death, in order to come to life in Earth existence, in
    • a time when spiritual life is flowing into the sense world. These
    • Dragon. To receive the inflow of spiritual life into the sense
    • materialism and which now threaten to prolong their life on into the
    • honestly seeking evolution on the path of spiritual life.
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    • become active in the soul-life of those who seek the paths to him.
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    • life of mankind — may, through the grave events of the
    • the Life-needs of To-day and Tomorrow
    • close upon his sixtieth year of life. In no way whatever do
    • propositions; they originate in the fullness of life and
    • of the observation of life. And probably they would even
    • out, and make this life-practicality known. — And yet,
    • to extend into the other two fields of life as well, but simply
    • spiritual life, through the peculiar character which leads to
    • disqualified from laying hold upon actual human life, —
    • the life, that is, which goes beyond such things as proceed
    • solely from the natural world; that this same spiritual life
    • spiritual life could never therefore prove qualified to grasp
    • life which was no longer capable of actually entering into
    • human life and permeating it. Still, I would gladly have kept
    • of life. For the thing goes back in retrospect to what I
    • myself had experienced in my own life as a working-class
    • of those days,) and from the din of economic life with its
    • intercourse in life, who deal in the ‘big politics’ of
    • association with one or other party. In all my life I
    • of a life spent in learning to know the needs, the demands, the
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    • superstructure. For if we were to try in modern life to build
    • in the school-life. We can only carry it out, then, first of
    • of the second period of his life, the child is most
    • give any guarantee for public life that a person can recover
    • development establishes the individual securely in life? So we
    • battle of life. If these abilities are not cultivated at this
    • of life, but will have to succumb to it, as most people do
    • continued life of the soul after death. I shall never make it
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    • intimately bound up with the whole life of the individual. A
    • significantly bound up with our external life.
    • further, we multiply one year by our average span of life, that
    • and 25,920 times in our whole life. Then you have a third
    • is our life poised in the world? We live 72 years on an
    • has for its day our human life, so that we, in our human life,
    • life as a day in the great year of the universe, so that again
    • the interplay of our life's course with the conditions of
    • the cosmic year we are cosmic beings. In the cosmic life, in
    • existence; our seventy-two years of life are one day for that
    • process of education the external life of the adult. The scene
    • indication of life after death, of the embryonic future or the
    • that the pre-natal experiences loom into our life in the
    • him correctly for the life of ideas. Your understanding itself
    • And you can rest assured: We are not brought together in life
    • for the child's life of ideas. You will be a good teacher for
    • the child's life of will if you try to surround each individual
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    • “will-life.” From the discussions which we have
    • In social life the only right solution is for the spiritual
    • life, economic life, and the life of rights, to stand side by
    • If, therefore, we were to introduce into school-life teaching
    • socializing of life towards which we gravitate. This has to be
    • sapping away life.
    • of will, potent with life. But, extraordinary as it may sound,
    • an excessive life, a benumbing life, a life directed against
    • life of the community. Without it we should not with ease be
    • give due prominence within our social life to those who can
    • plastically formative; social life is better maintained in
    • on the life between death and a new birth, and you will
    • so very prominent in our school-life, and what is really
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    • in life, when, for instance, you want to buy something to eat,
    • life through force of habit. On the other hand, it is of no
    • knowledge of life, is like playing at things; it is meaningless
    • to, this can only appear to man in later life as child's play.
    • contrary it is our task to introduce real life-fullness into
    • Unconsciously, or half-consciously, in fact, man climbs in life
    • life is not without significance for our life. Through all
    • life behind the sounds, but suppresses it. The ego performs a
    • unless the power of listening is stirred to life afresh by
    • course, is the foundation of all social life. In these days
    • the plants, too, have a life of the will and a life of
    • to life with the outer world.
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    • history of writing in civilized life and refer to it for what
    • And from these two points of view both life and teaching must
    • an opening angle. When you see the sunrise you let the life
    • life to be able to conceive of the living process clearly.
    • concrete examples. German spiritual life contains a very
    • in reality he made mistakes all his life, especially in his
    • our common life, which should play no part in teaching and in
    • fact that he is growing up to an already finished life, which
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VI: On the Rhythm of Life and Rhythmical Repetition in Teaching
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    • of life. Let me illustrate this by an example.
    • not penetrated completely into the life of the human spirit and
    • have a profounder understanding of the life of the whole being
    • point is, that the very inevitability of life breaks in
    • human life to interpret symbolically what is meant to be
    • Human life makes it indispensable that we should not only be
    • experiences in the sleeping life: by rhythm, measure, melody,
    • true, understand this at once, but only later in life.
    • plays a peculiar role in life. In this sphere, too, people
    • psychic life in 1790?” You will only be able to answer
    • in this way to the soul-life of an individual who died recently
    • reflected in his feelings. Taken as a whole I call the life of
    • These, however, can be observed. But in everyday life it is not
    • usually hidden from this life just as the will is withdrawn, as
    • position outside ordinary life to some extent. He must not be
    • afraid to take up his stand detached from his usual life and to
    • disturbing, rather tragic, for everyday life. In this
    • of the past to the extent that the detachment from life does
    • people did not. The detachment from life can remain to some
    • life than that of people who wear evening dress for dinner. I
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    • that the mouse is completely adapted to serve the life of its
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    • the twelfth and thirteenth year. At this time of life the
    • for the whole of life. You will therefore find that you must
    • important in teaching not to deviate too much from life, but at
    • life and this continual dragging up into consciousness of
    • great a distance from life and teach the child empty
    • relationship things near at hand in our everyday life
    • and things far removed from external life. You should therefore
    • take care to develop physical concepts from life itself. As far
    • you draw the child's attention to a fact of life, and from it
    • out from a fact of life from which you can now find the
    • cold air contracts. Here you are already leaving everyday life.
    • Start, that is, from what is useful in ordinary life, and go on
    • much of the tormenting restlessness of life arises from the
    • he must keep a childish nature all his life. You are a poet, an
    • own soul the child's participation in life. To be always a
    • rejoices in the realization of a new fact of life. In a word,
    • created when, for instance, in talking about life, about
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    • shall soon have to send on to the other institutions of life:
    • development of the human soul and cannot bear fruit for life.
    • form conclusions in everyday life and then pass on to
    • practical logic of life, try to discover how much grammar and
    • and sentences taken more from life were introduced into the
    • to life, unless you intend also to use sentences such as we
    • everyday life. But in teaching grammar, use sentences which you
    • conscious life.
    • weeks of this life, to exchange playing and romping for quiet
    • for if children are really interested in the lesson such life
    • into life at this moment and not before, and you can more
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    • means that in our civilized life we are no longer capable of
    • things which implant in our soul-life things which from its
    • it in life evolution itself. But into this complete plan
    • Further, at this stage in the life of the human being we can go
    • stolen from the child's life. It is the very worst thing that
    • then only work connected with real life: the writing of
    • what really happens in life. To have compositions written in a
    • life, is really, in the deepest sense, a monstrosity. We ought
    • proper social part in human social life. In this respect our
    • experience. For after all, in life, too, people report on what
    • nothing in life or, if need be, in a court of law, but to
    • is horrible. For what is really obvious in life should not be
    • life of his soul. You can effect this elevation
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    • we add to it the other features connected with human life. We
    • human life, and of the difference between the conditions of
    • life in the country and in the towns. As far as the child can
    • and so on, and even people, in life. When we have tried for
    • between natural relations and the conditions of human life, we
    • up, as it were, human economic life out of nature, by pointing
    • earlier one — of the economic life of these different
    • of economic life which you have implanted in the child, go on
    • between agriculture and human life, to give him a clear idea of
    • in life later on. And if you could even make little ploughs and
    • this would establish a good contact with life. Far more
    • life with the life of the world. For the actual fact is: a
    • for life rather than fit him for it. It is far better to
    • encourage the child to do things which are really done in life,
    • human life is made up in different ways from different sides.
    • spiritual life. For the child cannot yet fully understand
    • whole of life will be impoverished, because conditions of right
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XII: How to Connect School with Practical Life
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    • realize that particularly in the last of these stages of life
    • — a part which is significant for the whole future life
    • going about life and in his own vocation, that he once knew
    • a footing for himself in life. It is very important for the
    • later, we go into business and other walks of life, innumerable
    • described. Life to-day is exclusively specialized. This
    • practical life is chiefly due to the fact that we begin to
    • connections with practical human life. Very many features,
    • relation of subjects of school study to practical life. Do not
    • imagine that the child will be more idealistic later in life
    • the channel of practical life. In fact, no child ought really
    • apply this knowledge in later life, but there should not be one
    • to the practical side of life, he will also retain a healthy
    • cannot adjust our teaching to the demands of life. The most
    • of enormous importance for life. I should like to know who has
    • particularly in business life a very deep-seated evil that time
    • means public life is carried on with colossal extravagance. It
    • loss during this year cannot be made good in later life without
    • rooted in life, that we should have an interest in and a
    • sympathy for life. I had to say all this to you before going on
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    • not to estrange children too greatly from modern life.
    • of children at the beginning of their school life.
    • children near the end of the school life, at the age of
    • and I again bring to life what his cranium had imbibed more or
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    • around him in daily life. Object lessons, as given to-day,
    • Whereas if you have sown his imagination with seeds of life he
    • development with the last years of school life. When puberty
    • for the rest of his life. It is still natural to him to satisfy
    • strike a chord in the natural life of the human being and so do
    • the dangers of egoism in later life if he is instructed in
    • see what very far-reaching problems of life are involved
    • provide for the whole of his life if you teach a child what is
    • effects on life are not by any means fully appreciated.
    • results at which you are aiming will persist throughout life.
    • life, when he is gravitating in the direction of the power of
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    • of the world's life and human life.
    • good spiritual powers they will pervade our life and inspire
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    • Egoism and Materialism. Life before birth and after death. Pre-natal
    • these with Life-Body after birth. Importance of breathing in uniting
    • the child's life. For this we must fill ourselves with the
    • life, is founded on the egoism of humanity. In the first place,
    • consider with an open mind that domain of spiritual life which
    • every domain, if the life of mankind is not to decline further and
    • spiritual world — where conditions of his life in the spiritual
    • and the more we think of leading a right and proper life ourselves,
    • Spirit-Man, Life-Spirit, Spirit-Self. These three members of man's
    • Life-Spirit, Spirit-Self. Now the force which proceeds from this
    • with the Life-Body in such a way that two trinities are united with
    • two other trinities. In the Spirit-Soul: Spirit-Man, Life-Spirit and
    • earthly life, you will observe that here in the child, Soul-Spirit or
    • Spirit-Soul is as yet dis-united from the Life-Body. The task of
    • into harmony with the Life-Body. They must come into harmony with
    • life of man. As we breathe in, we are continually pressing the
    • connected with the life of nerves and senses. We may say: the
    • fully to maintain the life of the body. This applies particularly to
    • draw all that is soul and spirit into the physical life of the child.
    • far more than the human being at a later stage of life. The child
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    • stems from life before birth, Will from life after death. The former
    • recent times there has been something present in the life of man which
    • connection between the soul life of the individual human being and the
    • soul-life of man stands in relation to the whole universe. It is only
    • you that you have gone through a life before birth, before conception.
    • so your life between death and re-birth is reflected in your present
    • life and this reflection is mental picturing. Thus when you look at it
    • diagrammatically you must mentally picture the course of your life to
    • of life before birth.
    • within us, then you have will. In our drawing our life's course ends
    • hand, which we must conceive of as an image from pre-natal life; and
    • Now we have divided man's soul-life into two spheres, as it were: into
    • boundary. This boundary is the whole life of the physical man himself
    • one hand changes our soul life into picture image: sympathy, which
    • goes in the other direction, changes our soul life into what we know
    • life of soul and spirit. We create the seed of the soul life as a
    • life, the whole world, which you have experienced before birth or
    • pre-natal life. And this cognising, which possesses great reality
    • For in ordinary life after birth we could not picture mentally if we
    • You have this force in your antipathy. When in your present life you
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    • Transformation, not conservation, is true law of life.
    • with life.
    • asylum during his life: Julius Robert Mayer. And you know that
    • to a certain comprehension of spiritual life. Without a knowledge of
    • nature in some degree, and without some relation to spiritual life,
    • man cannot take his place in social life. Let us therefore first of
    • confront nature in our thought life which as you know is of an image
    • character and is a kind of reflection of our pre-natal life. On the
    • will-nature, which, as germ, points to our life after death. In this
    • within us the reflection of our prenatal life, the world of intellect,
    • Were it not that, during his earthly life, man could preserve some
    • part of what before his birth became purely thought life, he would
    • “less than death” and “more than life.” When
    • certain substances and forces at birth; he renews them during his life
    • and forces which make up his body during his earthly life, and then at
    • bringing life to outer nature it would perish. Now how do these
    • The other stream, that of forces continuously giving life, works in
    • of life. It is pure nonsense when people say: “Perhaps the higher
    • concrete life — purely out of his geometrical, mathematical
    • process of life, of becoming. If men were not here on the earth, death
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    • life, something remains over. The three Spiritual Principles:
    • Spirit-Self — Manas — Manes; Life Spirit; Spirit Man. The
    • lives in the will fully takes shape in the life between birth and
    • beyond death. During the whole of life, and especially in the age of
    • his appearance in this life which is a unity. Thus the Manes
    • A second higher principle of man is that which we call Life-Spirit. In
    • the Life-Spirit we come to something which is less perceptible in
    • present in embryo in the earthly life of the man of to-day, yet,
    • of humanity. Thus just as a man in his present life develops in soul
    • which enters truly into the life of feeling and which the Will itself
    • the soul. This is because in actual practical life the ego really
    • there we do in life, without a feeling that we could have done it
    • Spirit-Man, the intention in the Life-Spirit and the pure wish in the
    • Life-Spirit, and Spirit-Man
    • Images of them appear in the life of mental pictures. If you only
    • life, it must come forth from an understanding of the inner man.
    • the basis of everyday life. This is how the current Marxist socialism
    • the life of culture.
    • in a naive patriarchal way: it simply became a habit of life. In all
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    • does not come into consciousness in ordinary life. It only comes into
    • demands of the world, for example in social life. We must permeate our
    • impulses that we notice in the little child were throughout our life
    • our life between birth and death bring antipathy into the childlike
    • which in ordinary life proceeds in an objective way, can be
    • which otherwise springs forth from the necessities of external life.
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    • his ordinary life. And you will have felt that in taking sympathy and
    • ordinary life we speak of being awake, of the waking condition of
    • being completely unless we know that sleep plays into his waking life,
    • immersed in three conditions of consciousness during our waking life:
    • life. The only difference is that in real sleep we “sleep”
    • our will. In dreaming as it is called in ordinary life we are given up
    • “dream” and in waking life we only give ourselves up in our
    • the feeling life predominates are dreamy children; if thought is not
    • following the rhythm of life, everything that is asleep has the
    • dreamily in his feeling life, and we approach him with strong
    • Children who brood still more and are even dull in their feeling life,
    • will reveal specially strong tendencies in their will life. By
    • child life. You may get a child in school who behaves like a true
    • his choleric nature will develop active energy in his later life. But
    • appropriately so that in his later life he may be able to work with
    • different spheres of elemental life. We know that forces are at work
    • in this elemental life. Life-force, for instance, is at work all
    • around us. And between the elemental forces and life-force there is
    • ordinary life you were obliged to participate in all that happens when
    • Hence you will understand it if I now characterise the life of the ego
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    • refer to the conceptions of pedagogy, psychology and the life of the
    • observe with our senses, as we do in ordinary life, or we develop
    • body, soul and spirit if you have the whole course of human life
    • conscious in his physical life. But in old age the body became
    • and life power for their spirit, we must recognise the beginnings of
    • of the soul. For this reason, too, a man in middle life is more able,
    • people are very soulless in middle life does not prove that middle age
    • Now if we turn our attention more to the soul life we shall say: the
    • independently. Thus human life runs its course in such a way that
    • this is the concern of later life. We can only prepare the child
    • rightly for his later life if we bring about the proper release of
    • feeling from willing; then in a later period of life as a grown man or
    • thinking-cognition, and thus be fitted for his life. Why is it that we
    • listen to an old man, even when he is relating his life history? It is
    • because in the course of his life he has united his personal feeling
    • essential factor of human life that the evolution of soul powers runs
    • the feeling-thinking of the old man. Human life lies between the two,
    • and we can only give an education befitting this human life when our
    • ordinary life. All we know about sleeping in ordinary life is that
    • in the evening of his life, that we can think of the sensations as
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    • lives in sympathy and antipathy. Touch, Life, Movement, Balance
    • ordinary life if we do not sleep long enough the ego-consciousness
    • soul life in the wrong way. But when do we do this? When we cannot
    • childhood — who doze through life. The outer things make an
    • of sleeping and waking are playing into the waking life. How does
    • goodness into his life when he awakes again in the morning. Thus it is
    • cannot understand the human being with regard to his soul life if we
    • activities of my life in the comprehensive synthesis
    • sympathy — antipathy. I am not now speaking of the feeling life,
    • as such. We do not experience in conscious life all the knowledge
    • still we have the sense of life, for the perception of the
    • very dependent on this sense of life. They perceive if they have eaten
    • of life.
    • four senses; the sense of touch, sense of life, of movement and of
    • works very strongly into the sense of life and it also works into the
    • life and the sense of touch are, in a limited aspect, senses of will.
    • the senses of life, of movement, and of balance. For since they are in
    • of the sense of movement, and life compels you to join the two
    • these component parts. In this way he participates in the inner life
    • sympathy and antipathy that is by means of conditions of life. These
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    • waking life and should not be memorised. Judgments carried in feeling.
    • know that, primarily, our life spiritually takes its course in waking,
    • human life can be characterised as fully awake, dreaming or sleeping
    • Now, as you know, the period of life which concerns us in teaching and
    • Now what we have to do is to survey the whole life activity of the
    • what is called conclusions. In ordinary life thinking is expressed in
    • outset, in so far as conclusions appear in ordinary life. Academic
    • menagerie, in your ordinary life, you learned that beings that have
    • “animals.” This knowledge acquired in ordinary life you
    • of life and then you form the judgment: the lion is an animal. It is
    • come to in life is a concept. Of course you are not aware that
    • means of this activity that you can lead a conscious life which
    • not true. The first thing in life is conclusions. And in reality, if
    • act and it belongs to the whole of life. We did not begin living when
    • action is linked on to our previous life, and our previous life plays
    • will again be carried over into the rest of life. If now we consider
    • found in the teaching of logic. In real life these three judgments
    • weave into one another, forming a unity, for the life in
    • can it have a healthy life; that means: the conclusion is only
    • completely healthy when it occurs in fully waking life. This is very
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    • good for the teacher to master a conception remote from common life.
    • order to practise that great art of life, the art of education, are
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    • stage of its development during the first seven years of life. The
    • life spirit, soul and body are intimately connected; they all flow
    • the feeling life. For we can bring what we educate through the will
    • life if we regard it aright. Nor do we ever lose the relationship
    • belong to life on earth. And only when we bring this conventional
    • teeth to adolescence — there takes place life-development, growth
    • This life-development which proceeds from the chest, only reaches
    • forces of life development in man. And we must acquire the power of
    • their school life; why it is such a mad arrangement to pass the
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    • continually forming, shaping. Our life really consists in this, that
    • kingdom from arising through you in the course of your life: you
    • know that he takes in oxygen, and through his life processes he
    • oxygen through his life processes, and allows it to form carbon
    • Nature's processes. And this means that the soul life, which is the
    • anti-plant process, unites with the humanised bodily life, namely the
    • man's life, he is prone to develop some suggestion of a vegetative
    • skeleton and muscles really play in the human life process as a whole?
    • with us during our physical earth life until death. Even in the waking
    • life to appear, but also the process of mineral crystallisation, then
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    • life in the right way. We have to think of the relation of man to the
    • expression of something of great significance in the whole life of
    • significance in the life of man.) Consider your forehead, and imagine
    • question of having the tact to co-operate with the child's home life
    • and see to it that he does not get too fat. Later in life getting fat
    • is still permeated with life, collapses and is driven back, as I
    • wherever matter which has been driven through life by the spirit
    • matter within the living organism: life gets jammed, as it were, gets
    • channels of lifeless matter.
    • what has organic life.
    • over-stimulates life, we become feverish, too hot. Our blood pulses in
    • and waking; the more, too, shall we maintain normal life in the
    • disorder into our normal life. This must be specially borne in mind
    • life and blood into the work of the intellect.
    • social life, and that the second is of significance both in education
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    • Just as one finds in the first years of school life that what
    • intercourse, the complete harmony of life, between teacher and
    • must never for a single moment in his life get sour. And if life is to
    • had gained in his teaching profession to another walk of life. Of
    • course in actual life these things cannot always come up to the ideal,
    • primary schools but for college life — but alive with the spirit
    • had become cowards in what concerns the life of the soul, and because
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • basic for spiritual life in these times.
    • carefully observed the details of the daily life of man, be
    • developmental life. We might ask: What is fundamentally
    • necessary for an observation of the soul life of the grownup
    • connected in an objective way with the soul life of another
    • from the objective soul life of the other; formerly it could
    • of the soul life. But to explain such facts one must know how
    • expresses itself in different phases of life. Then one will
    • rapidly in a somewhat earlier period of life.
    • our mental life, a certain order in what otherwise is chaotic
    • say: Above all, man develops a practical life by bringing
    • of the material existence and our inner life would be with
    • soul life from the outer world; we form pictures of what we
    • that only lives in the part of our soul life that is not
    • mathematically as objects in our soul life? It is clear that
    • our inhaling life-sustaining oxygen; we saturate our whole
    • exhale carbon dioxide, which is no longer the life-sustaining
    • life. We had to inhale the life-strengthening oxygen and
    • inhaled, which was life-sustaining.
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • conceptual life. As human beings we make mental pictures and
    • we are able to take the life of these mental pictures to
    • connected with our life of feeling is similar to the way our
    • inexact. Our feeling life is not directly connected to our
    • The mistaken idea that the life of feeling, as part of the
    • soul life, is directly connected to our nervous system
    • that our life of feeling is always accompanied by a mental
    • can give the appearance that the life of feeling is directly
    • image, and the rhythmic System which mediates the life of
    • pictures. So we can say, to start with, that our soul life
    • and also our physical life can be divided in three ways
    • concentrated in the head, in the life of the senses, and yet
    • near the rhythmic system, they are influenced by the life and
    • life functions, can be seen as belonging to the rhythmic
    • takes place in our life of feeling when we gesture with our
    • life. But we must not overlook the fact that this judging of
    • alert consciousness is the life of mental pictures. In
    • contrast to this, our life of feeling does not come into our
    • clear content of daily life, from the fully alert life of
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • everyday life, or in ordinary scientific life. The first
    • knowledge desires to gain something more in his soul life
    • us to penetrate plant life in the same way that we penetrate
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • the earth's plant life in our consciousness. We observe only
    • is acceptable to ascribe objective life to the rose in the
    • even on its stem is not living its life as a rose. For it
    • isolated rose only appears to have life.
    • memory to what took place in our waking life, back to a
    • us. All that we have lived through in life — almost
    • picture. Through this exertion of imaginative life, of
    • our life lived here on earth. This, as I said, is a practical
    • works. For we do not merely look back at our life: our life
    • back from our life panorama to the inner activity that
    • nerves. The life panorama and the experiences described in
    • whole life up to a certain age — are organized by the
    • memory. In ordinary life there are certain powers by which we
    • dangers cannot arise for the soul life. To continue — if
    • ordinary life as the ability to love. Naturally it can be
    • life. Here the power to love is to be developed further
    • changed in the course of time. The content of our soul life
    • thoughts, feelings, or life of will, but the whole make-up of
    • our soul life. We have become a different person
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • course of life as I have described — thus also
    • providing a basis for the experience of the life panorama
    • takes place in mental life. He made drawings for the
    • of mental life, another man stepped forward, just as stalwart
    • drew to symbolize the life of the soul, while the other drew
    • in the retrospective life panorama how the independence of
    • the soul life develops. We see how the etheric body actually
    • Ziehen. Theodor Ziehen undertook to explain mental life in
    • contemplates mental life; he then considers the brain and
    • truly valuable for the study of mental life and brain
    • life of feeling and our life of will. You will find this in
    • so enticing by explaining mental life in terms of
    • this, his explanation of mental life through brain processes
    • into mental life. Also he does not find an organic basis for
    • feeling that would permit him to make a link to mental life
    • point of finding the relation between mental life and
    • life and nerve life that evade direct, purely mathematical
    • the soul-spiritual. The life of feeling does in fact belong
    • directly to the rhythmic system in the same way as the life
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • called pure memory in the true sense, also in ordinary life.
    • through your memory. Even in ordinary life a certain
    • able to experience this to maintain a healthy soul life.
    • the life of the soul is like that of memories. Gradually we
    • clear about this fact of memory life, we are then in a
    • pictures we have formed from life and provides memory.
    • be able to see the relation between various demands of life
    • developments in the intellectual life of the present day seem
    • attained a life of inspiration — that is, experiencing
    • subjective experience of this activity as a life review, a
    • life panorama, and we discover in the configuration of the
    • nervous system and the inner mental life. I showed this
    • recognizes there are great questions in outer life, and that
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • in ordinary life — that is, intuition. In ordinary life
    • outer world into our sensory life. I said earlier that when
    • life we call intuition. But this intuition is suffused with
    • we have already had what I have described as the life
    • state of consciousness arises in which our own inner life,
    • indeed our inner life in time up to birth, becomes the object
    • life of sleep.
    • would wish to look back on the life of Dante and acquaint
    • ourselves with him. We would try to make him come to life in
    • faith, but precisely on their experience of the life that
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • social life. It is not enough today to have a scientific
    • from life. We need a scientific spirit that will give us real
    • health in our social life. The social situation confronts us
    • be found only by those who grasp the social life with
    • impulses can come to life in us and become really socially
    • to prove in the social realm, in life itself, what results
    • science can return again into life, and if life can show that
    • human being out into life with ability, vigor, sureness, and
    • to see the affairs of practical life in the right light. The
    • that was won purely in the spiritual out into practical life.
    • dependent on the practicalities of life, as well as how one
    • human evolution in a way that sustains the life of man. With
    • you all here, you who are striving to build a life of science
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    • into life and become people who are really ready for life. If we work
    • as good and capable as yours, then what makes us fit for life will
    • be able to fly into life, where the love of our teachers carries us.
    • should always feel, and then the spirit whose earthly life and birth
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    • long to become capable people who are ready for life.
    • support you as you go out into life. Again and again, each time I
    • where the sun is lit for you, the sun that people need for life.
    • get us up the mountain of life. Upward, friend! You should always be
    • going up the mountain of life.”
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    • you into life so that you will grow up to be good and capable
    • time, you would surely not be able to enjoy and learn about life in
    • also how it is in life as a whole. You should not think, “Now
    • become skilled at everything a person has to do in life. Your
    • body very skillful in life, and many other things have been brought
    • it can send out threads in all directions for life. This is like
    • for your life have to be untangled from your soul. This is how the
    • capable with regard to your forces for life. Good strong forces for
    • life have to be fetched up out of your souls. And your spirit —
    • skillful activity, where my soul is developed to be strong in life,
    • life.
    • your soul is developed to be strong for life, and your spirit unfolds
    • grateful you should be for that. Everything in life can be of service
    • consider how life here in this school is connected to the whole of
    • human life. When people get old, they are seventy or eighty years
    • old. Life brings joy and sorrow, beauty and ugliness. When we get
    • old, we are seventy or eighty, as I said. We can compare our life to
    • a day with twenty-four hours. If this day represents our life,
    • then a year that we spend in this day of life would be about twenty
    • something like two to three hours out of your whole life. So the time
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    • foundation for a new community life.
    • center fruitful for all life's various realms. During the hard times
    • every hand in the life about them, and they realized how essential
    • new impulses were in every realm of life. Much that grew out of the
    • every phase of life, and most certainly in those fields where friends
    • to meet life's challenges.
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    • foundation for a new community life.
    • view of life and perhaps on that account prove worthwhile to this or
    • freeing it of misunderstandings that sap its very lifeblood.
    • That lifeblood is
    • this judgment in one's own soul life; one deepens and in many
    • in the life of the soul quite differently after this first re-casting
    • unconscious, where it carries on a life of its own quite
    • independently of the ego. It has to have this independent life. One
    • life in the human soul. It takes a lot of patience to re-cast it
    • but it is correspondingly lifeless. Anthroposophical truth is a
    • be compared to a baby just starting out in life, uncertain at first,
    • fructification of all the various fields of life and learning.
    • etheric body for a few days thereafter and sees his whole life, all
    • panorama. This tableau of his life confronts a person for several
    • be instead an experience that they had during life on earth. This
    • abstraction and freedom that presently extends into earthly life was
    • penetrates into earthly life through the gates of death in a
    • It begins with what the head can grasp, takes on all the life and
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    • foundation for a new community life.
    • Western spiritual life when Copernicus substituted his new picture of
    • the same rousing effect on one's erstwhile thinking that one's life
    • suffuses one's thinking with active soul life, one realizes for the
    • suffusing it with one's own soul life and getting to know this corpse
    • erstwhile life is to be sought in the soul's pre-earthly existence.
    • the life-element of its thinking, and the thinking left to it in its
    • earthly life must be regarded as the soul corpse of the living soul
    • not earthly experience, and the effect of one life on the next takes
    • that evolutionary development in man's life on earth that centered in
    • with modern science and art and practical life at their deeper
    • phase of the Society's life, everything centered around the goal of
    • the Society's life was made especially difficult by the outbreak of
    • Spiritual Life, the Union for Higher Education, and so on, had to be
    • the practical conduct of life. The third phase added the direct
    • life. For their functions are of the kind that draws the heaviest
    • Spiritual Life. Each will flourish only if all feel that they belong
    • civilized life and, most especially, by modern hearts. Please take my
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    • foundation for a new community life.
    • everything related to the life and development of the Society to
    • of knowledge, the ethical practice, the inner religious life that
    • surrounding them in life today. In the early days of the Society,
    • amounted to flight from the life of the present into a different kind
    • of life built on human community, a community where people could live
    • practical situation prevailing in the life around them must be taken
    • longer provide what modern man's inner life requires and the dignity
    • it carries him to the eternal wellsprings of his soul life, it goes
    • from the life around one, in other words, everything of an ethical,
    • consistent with full human stature for a person to couple his life of
    • will and — to some extent at least — his life of feeling
    • deepening into his anthroposophical striving. The kind of life and
    • with the life about him, as indeed he must, his real desire is to
    • life of learning. Only a victim of prejudice could believe and say
    • impulses and from the religious forms in which man's moral life finds
    • of the externalizing of all life in the civilized world in the past
    • to the kind of life and practice that past centuries have brought us,
    • may come to realize purely instinctively that the life and practice
    • life and practice are outgrowths of a materialistic science, and a
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    • foundation for a new community life.
    • anthroposophical life, anthroposophical intention. That was all
    • in life that when a group of people find themselves faced by a common
    • product of a long life in the Anthroposophical Society. The load of
    • of community in human life that everyone over the entire globe is
    • being given in modern cultural and even political and economic life,
    • other's words the same life of soul that we ourselves put into those
    • indeed something that unites people in community life, but it does
    • not penetrate to the deepest levels of soul life. At certain moments
    • of our life on earth we can become aware of another community
    • later life — in his forties or fifties, say — in the
    • their souls stirred by common memories of their youthful life
    • life on earth. As a result of pursuing this fact of soul life into
    • hour of life after death to the moment when he descends again into
    • life on earth. In the realm thus traversed are found the beings, the
    • earth, we and these others lived through a cosmic lifetime in a world
    • building element that can be introduced into human life. Memory,
    • life.
    • of human life. Let us study the condition in which we find a dreaming
    • some part in communal life. The space we and those around us occupy
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    • foundation for a new community life.
    • an anthroposophical view of the world makes to living life in a more
    • ordinary needs of life, and languages come into being in response to
    • day-waking state of consciousness involved in a common life with
    • feelings and ideas similar to those of dream life. Instead of
    • pictures is projected into ordinary life: one turns into an egotist
    • share a life with others in an ordinary state of waking, so must
    • consciousness and fail to lift themselves and their full life of
    • Anthroposophical Society's life and progress. They must all be taken
    • life.
    • anthroposophical life been progressing at a normal tempo, might
    • difficulties that have proliferated are a consequence of what I must
    • life into situations of everyday waking consciousness nevertheless
    • the case, one takes one's place in life and in human society simply
    • truly social way of life. There will no longer be conflict and
    • life.
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    • of the last century had upon the whole life of humanity today. As a
    • of science, education and social life, and it affects millions of men
    • or else it is engulfed in the life of elementary instincts. This shows
    • In the religious life also men feel a void, and seek support in organized
    • they have their life in past ages.
    • of their social life.
    • observes that the life of expression is not sufficiently active and
    • already established, rather than trying to prove its worth in life.
    • the course of its life.
    • we can see how the seeds of agnosticism bear fruit in the life of man.
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    • the period that this searching led to an individual grasp of life, during
    • from life. (In a certain way this is also true of today's science.)
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    • an undermining of it which makes us unfitted for life. For action, a
    • same’, then came to Nietzsche the appalling tragedy of his life. He
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 5: From Sense Perception to Spirit Imaging
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    • in everyday life and in science as we know it — to other forms of
    • soul activity does not come to life within the usual intellectual concepts
    • in ordinary life and for ordinary science are hidden, in order to achieve
    • active life.
    • much higher degree than in everyday life. How does this enhancement
    • In everyday life, and also
    • due to will forces being stirred. Take a good look at your soul life
    • state of your soul life when it is given up to a complex of memories.
    • ego experience arises for the whole of our past life, which normally
    • allowed to flow out into the experiences one has had in this life, from
    • of judgements in ordinary life, is subject to the deliberate choice
    • life.
    • in developing perception with regard to its inner life. After this,
    • experience of the cosmic life of the universe. This is an experience
    • due to his life impulses, to become a materialist, and what is the position
    • of a person who feels driven by his life impulses to become an idealist
    • in all he is, what then becomes the content of his life philosophy.
    • of the soul life, are something of a real soul process, going straight
    • presentation of an imaginative life coming to reside in the soul that
    • moral life. And symbolic, pictorial presentations were used to teach
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    • be necessary to take a more penetrating look at this life of memory
    • to do with life coming to an end, with dying. Imaginative perception
    • inner indifference. We know that life normally lifts us up in delight
    • insight come to resemble more the processes of ordinary life, although
    • as you can see, there are certain things in human life, such as memory,
    • When the life of our hearts
    • ordinary life, and especially if we follow Goethe and observe how plant
    • metamorphosis — we shall find that this life of the plants in the
    • to a life in Imagination.
    • of life in visions and hallucinations, which is pathological, or of
    • our dream life, which is at least a shadow picture of something pathological,
    • ordinary life, and rightly so. It will be necessary to use observation
    • wipe out the imaginative life, the life in images, as we have acquired
    • the imaginative life. Then we shall come to know what it means to live
    • It may be said that our soul life is no longer on the plane where the
    • soul life of the Indian was in the past. His soul life tended more towards
    • of soul and spirit. This is connected with conscious life itself undergoing
    • well able to move on the plane of imaginative life. The reason is that
    • will not help us when face to face with fifty-year old Miller. Life
    • that arise in life. We are really disputing from a point beyond reality,
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  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 7: The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature and the Moral World Order
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    • life, a question that casts its shadow on the whole of cultural life, is
    • life as it is seen from the scientific point of view today, a view that
    • is rightly given recognition. Ethical and moral life faces us with burning
    • the social life. We see these impulses as bearing within them the pulse
    • provides a certain reassurance in life, a feeling of certainty in life.
    • on man's theoretical ideas. In anyone who is honest about life
    • waves thrown up so ominously from the depths of human life in the 20th
    • does not stay merely at the surface of soul life, as a theoretical view.
    • It descends to the depths from which our instinctive life, the life
    • finding the building stones for what in the depths of human life are
    • the imaginative world, the first thing to show itself is our own life,
    • conscious awareness but within the whole river of life, gong back almost
    • the overview we have so far had over our life from the time of birth
    • the actual process of forming ideas in everyday life, a process we apply
    • rhythmical life of man. In the sphere of nerves and senses, physical
    • is the rhythmical system. At the level of the soul, man's feeling life
    • is connected with this in the same way as the thinking life is connected
    • the same way as it is in the thinking process, but life is paralysed, so
    • through man. We look at the feeling life of man and see something there
    • that can exist only because life is partly paralysed again and again,
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    • able to grasp. All it needs is to bring higher life into an element
    • concepts in human consciousness that can be developed and given life
    • as the things an adult person does in life cannot be the same as those
    • the evolution of animal and human life. If we strictly apply the discipline
    • but instil an elixir of life into thought, as it were, so that thinking
    • this in these lectures — everything encompassed within his life
    • of life, from the time of birth. As man advances to Inspiration, the
    • man's life becomes the object of his perception. In Intuition,
    • world. Let me first of all briefly describe two of the life fruits arising
    • social question. The elements which influenced social life right to
    • able to review social life with an unbiased mind. We are now living
    • together in social life. It has to be admitted that these are complex
    • get a clear picture also of human relationships in social life. It is
    • in the effort to penetrate the social life that we are today finding
    • life that has to do with capital, labour, economics, etc. It will be
    • the life of mankind do after all arise from within man. The inner life
    • of man is the life of soul and spirit, or at least it is governed by
    • immediate intercourse of man's social life. I did so on the same basis
    • giving examples of the life fruits yielded by anthroposophical research,
    • to the process of life out of these organs. This cannot be done by using
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    • life contains, or is permeated to some extent, with something
    • apply to the great task of life and to every small daily
    • When we consider life today from this angle we can ask
    • ourselves: what are the components of life surrounding us from
    • sense of truthfulness in outer life. This should be kept in
    • Examine how a living person stands within his or her life. They
    • life with what today is recognized as scientific. The question
    • former life in such a way as to relate to a definite knowledge
    • through the rest of life which is already fed, even grafted in
    • life. Throughout various earthly lives — as a necessity
    • Souls who incarnated during the Hellenistic time entered life
    • body with soul spiritual life forces. Today this is not the
    • undermining and decline of earthly life. People would become
    • People will gradually go through life like automatic detectors.
    • through life and observe how people are placed in life, we can
    • life. The soul no longer brings with it what it had in earlier
    • lives, which went from one earthly life to the next and ever
    • soul born today comes over from an earlier earthly life, eager
    • progress in its next earthly life. However the absorption of
    • the souls coming out of a previous earthly life can take up
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    • Sheet from 1934. It is also known as, Life after Death.
    • the most significant element in life must appear to be
    • there are temptations to consider other aspects of life as more
    • schooled in accordance with normal life, cannot arrive at the
    • the essence of human life on Earth.
    • that the majority of our thoughts in life are dependent on what
    • that have to do with the material processes of earthly life.
    • the totality of human life on Earth, we notice that a third of
    • of life, we naturally link one day's experience to the next and
    • unconscious. But this leaves a third of life out of
    • we might say they live a life of sleep, for they operate in our
    • life, which is a kind of dreaming.
    • our will and our feeling life — which give a special
    • life of thought. This becomes more comprehensible when we take
    • thinking, our conceptual life, we arrive at the insight that
    • need to set our life body in action. But these are the two
    • that during earthly life we are never not thinking.
    • physical and life bodies, normal consciousness forces itself
    • consciously into our physical and life bodies, then as we
    • asleep. We think; that is, the physical and life bodies are
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    • immediate practical life, which for a thoughtful person
    • that events teach. Only think how the whole of life
    • spring of 1914: “The tendencies of life prevailing
    • force. He who penetrates social life with spiritual
    • worthless even for practical life, because practical life
    • that lie in the spiritual life alone. For finally it all
    • which come not out of a real spiritual life but only out
    • actual spiritual spiritual life. As I have always
    • Threefold Commonwealth Life Necessities of the Present
    • who think that if a thing is right for practical life it
    • 3 or 4 centuries of the spiritual life-habits and
    • waste. What small roles in the life of humanity,
    • technical science and capitalism the spiritual life of
    • to prove just that: that the spiritual life of Goethe,
    • the spiritual life, this lack of connection between what
    • life of the people — compare this with earlier
    • the general life of the later Indian people. Compare this
    • reverence for the spiritual life. That fact confronts one
    • for the spiritual life of the minority, the upper
    • slightly, then, has the spiritual life been valued that
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    • those three spheres of life into which it is our
    • fairly well known to you. First, that sphere of life
    • which we call the spiritual life, in so far as it
    • must use a paradox) physical-spiritual life. You know of
    • spiritual life is much more comprehensive for us than for
    • life as much more material than the materialistic person
    • life. That fact is ingrained already in my lectures. One
    • can only understand the spiritual life if one starts with
    • the realization that all material life is really
    • within the boundaries or the spiritual life. Above all,
    • a certain way with the physical-spiritual life but which
    • everything that one can described as rights-life,
    • political life, state life. Naturally one must employ all
    • thinking that the rights-life is practically the same as
    • the other two, the economic life.
    • to each one of these three spheres of life. If you try
    • physical-spiritual life is, you will feel (try to lead
    • life. One does not need, of course, to withdraw to a
    • one's soul-life, one must live in oneself. That fact
    • words: the physical-spiritual life is lived in such a way
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    • individual an instinctive, more naive soul-life is
    • changing more and more to a conscious soul-life; in
    • science, where one phenomenon of life is placed by the
    • one has here in the sense world, that is suited to life,
    • that we never have the experience in our sense life of
    • position in our sense life to separate these three soul
    • with his ego these three elements of the soul life,
    • that which is happening in this age inside the soul life
    • means the only possible soul life is what Fritz Mauthner
    • of the possibility of any knowledge of life. My dear
    • spent his whole life in journalism as a profession; and
    • to Mauthner's conception of life? They will never be able
    • are unable to adapt themselves to life when they are
    • comprehend the sense life, and they believe that anything
    • altogether useless or the social life of the present day.
    • today merely to judge life from the surface. We are
    • are willing to go down into the foundations of life. We
    • continually in his life the swing of the pendulum from
    • with his life and his whole personality. I remember when
    • people. One who knows his life knows that he was
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    • renewal of our education and school life, have spoken in
    • spiritual life, in the emancipation of the schools, lies
    • sincere hope that an emancipation of the spiritual life,
    • anti-Pentecost spirit has trickled into public life, into
    • and our perverted educational life; this knowledge must
    • deep connection between our educational life and this
    • escape from the seriousness of life, and sought their
    • seriousness of life. The Greeks allowed “the loafer
    • life as long as he seemed harmless. But as soon an they
    • culture has tried to ameliorate the severities of life
    • order to be lifted there out of the earnestness of life,
    • it is a question of spiritual life. Our education must
    • it the spiritual life and the economic
    • life, and to make them free. But men do not want the
    • life, one cannot think fruitfully about what ought to be
    • from real inner depths. If our school life and education
    • life to be completely transformed. Especially, if one
    • later spiritual life. These men who stand in the external
    • educational life of today! It is the same spirit that
    • learnt to understand it through the necessity of life, it
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    • lecture series entitled, Occult Investigation of Life between Death
    • COSMIC ASPECT OF LIFE BETWEEN DEATH AND NEW BIRTH,THE WAY
    • research into life between death and a new birth. We have, it
    • a complete knowledge of this part of human life, a real
    • is particularly taken up with memories of the span of life it
    • with the last earthly life. Now, let us present this process of
    • growing out of the preceding life on earth as it relates to the
    • it comes to that) have expanded the life of our soul over the
    • connection with the preceding life on earth.
    • terms by Mercury. Now, the condition of life for
    • kind of life he led here between birth and death. When he
    • carries his life into the universe to the sphere of Mercury,
    • expanding his life thus into the sphere of Mercury. And it
    • depends on the way in which he has led his life on earth
    • may use the term, to sociability. A person who in life has not
    • given into our hands to arrange our life between death and a
    • parlance) we have the after-effect of having been in the life
    • happens in the world here in physical life receives its
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    • play its part as a true force of life. And this assertion
    • may be strengthened by the most varied considerations of life's
    • attitude in life. Of special importance will be the attitude
    • concerning those who during our life span go through the time
    • we may learn about human life and human activity between death
    • in the life on earth. Now, the question is whether such souls
    • life between death and a new birth, we have quite special, one
    • was below in the life on earth; she was, so to speak, the
    • sunshine of my life. When, my business completed, I came home
    • spiritual bread of life she was for me, and longing for her has
    • understand because these sciences are of value only for life on
    • our spiritual life in this world and in the other world, in the
    • materialism only allows us to bring into life an intercourse
    • form of existence. And the entire change in the life of spirit
    • external factors of physical life, when the dead shall play a
    • Spiritual Science will become more and more an elixir of life
    • respects. In our existence our life with the dead shall change
    • physical life. Thus we see there souls between death and a new
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    • life of the soul, a certain expression in common use today is made to
    • nature and being of what thus reveals itself in the life of the soul,
    • alone can ever carry his observation of the life of the soul any
    • further than that during waking life, ideas, feelings, impulses of
    • death — the two boundaries of physical life on earth; we need
    • of a man's life, and we shall be obliged to admit that, taking what
    • in ordinary day-to-day life, show so great a dependence upon bodily
    • life predominates as such and during such time allows no ideas or
    • dream and suggest how dreams appear to come out of the life of sleep
    • and to be simply remembered in the waking life. From the way the
    • dream plays through the life of sleep the conclusion might be drawn
    • life of the soul we are then in a position to bring clarity into a
    • subconscious or unconscious in man, namely the region of soul-life
    • life to experience in a similar manner to the way one experiences in
    • little indeed towards a knowledge of the life of the soul. For all we
    • during waking life. We carry within us during the day, from waking
    • as during the life of day the soul is affected by impressions of
    • differentiated manner. In the life of day you feel yourself as a
    • something consciously in waking life, a great deal is going on at the
    • the life of soul answering to each one of these descriptions. And
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    • and karma on our moral life. This volume along with Manifestations of
    • we observe how life takes its course around us, how it throws
    • its waves into our inner life, into everything we are destined to
    • present life, so it is understandable that in certain circumstances
    • incompetencies. But there are many things in life where, however
    • mystery. In short, when thinking more of our inner life we shall be
    • with, we will bear in mind that there is ample evidence in life of
    • life. There again, two groups of facts will have to be kept in mind.
    • usually said that they broke in upon our life as if by chance; they
    • group of experiences in their relation to our inner life that we
    • our life by chance.
    • which seem to have come into our life by chance. We build up an
    • which in ordinary life we cannot see how they are connected with
    • course, a process in the life of soul —
    • the person you were in an earlier life. We there achieve what may be
    • impressions in the life of soul, and while this is going on we
    • participated. But in ordinary life, what has played into our life of
    • remembrance of it streams into the life of ideation. What has here
    • life of feeling. And as such we actually feel our earlier
    • embodiment of the world of thoughts and ideas. In each life, every
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    • and karma on our moral life. This volume along with Manifestations of
    • the genuine sense of the word, is related to life itself and to the
    • life if a considerable number of people are convinced of the truths
    • themselves in such truths, men's attitude to life will be quite
    • different and life itself will change in consequence.
    • life is earnest and sincere and who wish to deepen their world-view
    • reference made to its tasks, aims and present mission in life. But in
    • will essentially transform modern life, will create new forms of
    • life, an entirely new social life, of the kind that is necessary if
    • Experiences in the life of soul such as were described yesterday are,
    • every domain of external life. That interest dwindles is, after all,
    • very understandable. Men have their places in external life, they
    • little beyond what everyday life offers: it is the question of the
    • life, its connection with divine-spiritual Beings and Powers holding
    • sway in the universe. And between what everyday life with its cares
    • life. If some concrete question is raised in public and dealt with in
    • expected that Anthroposophy will at once make its way into life, that
    • of Spiritual Science to introduce into life, to incorporate in life,
    • karma, I shall at once be able to grapple with external life. That,
    • life in such a way that they become its guiding principles.
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    • with many a concept unknown in ordinary life if we are to gain insight
    • to fathom the riddle of life and death, he sets out on the perilous
    • With this “life-elixir” Gilgamish continues his journeying,
    • serpent deprives him of the power of the life-elixir and so he reaches
    • Zeus into a higher life. How, as the result of a certain path taken
    • in the Mysteries, man's life is surrendered to the outer world, how
    • amid the activity and life of those gathered together in Alexandria,
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    • for those who stand aloof from the development of the spiritual life
    • but then, at the end of his life, he wrote nonsense such as you find in
    • the whole cultural life of humanity during the centuries following!
    • to other planets, continuing their life on Mars, Saturn, Venus, Jupiter,
    • Babylonia. The whole nature of an old soul will enable it early in life
    • of their soul-life before their present birth. But that faculty had
    • bearings in life. With the help of this friend he was then able to achieve
    • that in human life, especially in times of transition, there is such
    • connection, of a kind which in his present life he would have regarded
    • the spiritual spheres by being transported in his life of soul into
    • esoteric culture running parallel to one another. Whereas in the life
    • the source of the ordering of Babylonian life and its impelling forces,
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    • perpetually in human life, in every incarnation, to a greater or less
    • culture-epoch — man will grow into Life-Spirit or Buddhi; and
    • as our life of thought and ideation. Since the Egyptian period, man
    • Buddhi or Life-Spirit worked in the astral body, in the sentient body;
    • epoch that for the first time man entered into his own life of soul
    • phenomena and the laws of the manifestations of the life of soul as
    • way to the higher regions of Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man.
    • mode of life of the ancient Greek and in his creations. See how the
    • personality. This was the hallmark of the life of the Greeks.
    • but with an inwardly deepened life of soul. We see there that
    • life of soul as art progresses to further stages.
    • between the life as Eabani and the life as Aristotle, was able under
    • that belongs to the spiritual life. These authors had no inkling that
    • inner life they said to themselves: “There it is all streaming
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    • him to participate directly in the life of the spiritual world, in preparation
    • life and in external life, too, there is a confluence of the most varied
    • may be described by saying that in them the whole mode of life, the
    • of outer, practical life. At the same time it was their mission to relate
    • maintains a pace in his walking consonant with healthiness of life,
    • things of everyday life they took the number 12 as the basis, because,
    • 1ed into the spiritual life. For example, there is in Berlin au interesting
    • life! But just where the science current in our time passes blindly
    • come more and more into prominence, although in other domains of life
    • It is interesting in the very highest degree to follow the life of the
    • life becomes a reality through the Mysteries—that such an initiate
    • what he beheld as the active, weaving life of the ancient spirituality.
    • That was the fundamental law prevailing in his life.
    • particular life, this particular individuality. During the 16th century,
    • of great honour in the traditional life of that time. Because, in line
    • a natural philosopher and astronomer, instead of dreaming his life away
    • of Tycho Brahe, whose life lies such a short time behind us, than that
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    • understand the historical life of mankind on our earth, we must always
    • so that actually a whole community shared in the life Oberlin was leading
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    • general way the course of man's cultural life may be described briefly as
    • follows. — We find cultural life rising from unfathomed depths and
    • a new life. True though it is that this Greek life brought pre-eminently
    • to divine its real nature. And because the secrets of the life in super-sensible
    • and realise in life — all this is seen as proceeding directly
    • itself everything that human life requires, then the streams of culture,
    • begin to infiltrate Greek life; we see it in the political life, we
    • see it, too, in that part of Greek life which especially interests us,
    • in the spiritual life immediately preceding Aristotle. Here, side by
    • be constituted in order that one can attain a practical goal in life?
    • of living, in order to live to some purpose? Goals of practical life
    • I prepare myself intellectually in order that this life shall run its
    • own inner life, his own subjective being. In the further course of Greek
    • life, this comes to expression in Neo-Platonism, a philosophy which
    • is no longer concerned with external life, but looks within and strives
    • stream of the cultural life is mounting, another declining, stage by
    • of the questions of practical life from those that are intrinsically
    • life—at this portal stands Kant. In his preface to the
    • practical life, we can perceive the descending course of human evolution
    • the spiritual life through what they carry into effect on the physical
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    • At the end of his life Rudolf Steiner took up the task that was his
    • from one life to the next in order to show how the general laws of karma
    • during life on Earth we look around at our terrestrial and cosmic
    • human life.
    • concerned in connection with the Moon existence and human life. The
    • in etheric bodies but nevertheless shared a life in common with humanity.
    • are no longer and for long ages have not been part of earthly life.
    • life here on Earth in his physical body is interwoven with what we
    • life but its most significant connections are not always perceived.
    • says and we adjust our actions to what he is doing in external life;
    • thereafter we lead a common life of which our senses and intellect
    • are aware. But we shall see how that common life is interwoven with
    • in fact, two ways of encountering another human being in life. In the
    • this way to know ourselves better, inasmuch as in our life of will
    • question the existence we share in the previous earthly life is set
    • earthly life but may perhaps have met him for the very first time in
    • him in a previous earthly life.
    • earthly life is supported by knowledge to which little
    • everyone else, meets other human beings during his life; but whereas
    • of the man's previous life or perhaps of several lives. Through
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    • At the end of his life Rudolf Steiner took up the task that was his
    • from one life to the next in order to show how the general laws of karma
    • new earthly life. They are therefore themselves the bearers of what
    • significance in the historical life of mankind, this is not
    • certain domains of life are set by particular personalities. It
    • study must be to illumine the circumstances of human life and the
    • life — after the close of the first third of the nineteenth
    • century and the earlier character of this spiritual life. Perceiving
    • come over from Greece. The spiritual life cultivated at the Court of
    • one who in the life spent at the Court would probably not have given
    • Initiates, knew that in an earlier life on Earth he had been one of
    • earlier life. The others at the Court had at least some knowledge of
    • this nature of Initiation-life in days of antiquity. The
    • not difficult to see that the stream of spiritual life dominating the
    • turns to the soul of Haroun al Raschid, passing in that life through
    • Raschid appears in English spiritual life as
    • course of Lord Bacon's life, we shall certainly find
    • one who was an Initiate in bygone times does not, in a later life,
    • earlier life can work in a later life only through the medium of the
    • obliged to operate in quite different forms of life and only those
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    • At the end of his life Rudolf Steiner took up the task that was his
    • from one life to the next in order to show how the general laws of karma
    • begin with, of the earthly life between birth and death. This earthly
    • life runs its course in two sharply different conditions: waking and
    • recollecting our earthly life, our remembrances are falsified
    • consciousness over our life, this retrospect seems to be a
    • arise from sleep, the part of earthly life which is spent in sleep
    • constitutes a third of the earthly life — if a man is not an
    • about a third of the time of life on the Earth.
    • to the day before that, and so on through the whole of his life, in
    • days. Hence the time during which his life is lived through in this
    • life. If a man dies at the age of sixty, this backward
    • other life is passed through three times as quickly as the life on
    • which are in a sense negative images of the earthly life.
    • through our earthly life and through all the compensatory experiences
    • and thus make it possible for us, during the first third of our life
    • intensity than we experienced it on Earth. Events in earthly life
    • experiences of yonder life have an intensity infinitely greater and
    • more vivid than those of earthly life. We actually undergo all this.
    • Strader is drawn from actual life. There was a man whose life was
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    • a 7-years' cycle in the life of the German Section we may do well to
    • karma and reincarnation, and the life between death and a new birth
    • what ordinary life has to offer. And the more this is done, the more
    • If this “grain of wheat” was to come to life in the form of
    • seeds for the life after death. Of course anyone who is a thinker as
    • difference between them, for what we take into the life after death is
    • Thus it is in regard to the life after death. But here on the physical
    • man's life. After a life of thought the instrument of thinking is
  • Title: Deeper Education: Lecture I: Gymnast, Rhetorician, Professor: A Living Synthesis
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    • the soul element in ordinary life. Roman education did, in
    • knowing nothing, it is driving the very life out of human
    • becomes inwardly barren and lifeless, alienated from reality.
    • important to guide one's whole life of feeling in this
    • of the life of soul one would come to a direct experience of
    • strive continually to bring to life in himself what in the
    • in Waldorf education is to bring life to knowledge and to feel
    • something that brings us to life inwardly, which is what
    • ourselves directly to life, and anything we are going to
    • quickening the inner life of soul and spirit. Otherwise we
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    • anthroposophy it is possible to unfold a vital life of soul. We
    • need this vital soul life if we wish to have the strength for
    • outer life within which human beings stand, making it possible
    • continually healing this illness. Human life on the earth is a
    • dioxide becomes in this case an inner spiritual life. We are
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    • pointed out to you this afternoon that as the life process in
    • human life everything actually depends upon symmetry being
    • of these things for our whole life of feeling
    • What he has accepted will then emerge in later life, say in his
    • mediate between death and life; if one understands this, one
    • life of feeling [Gemüt],
    • movement for liberation in the life there. I shall speak today
    • up with the whole life of spirit of our times. An example as
    • life and spirit into what is otherwise dead knowledge, and, on
    • and open-minded conception of what life actually is today. You
    • must be clear that in outer life you are at the level above,
    • truth in public life today, then something happens within
    • niceties of this or that method. We must bring life into the
    • most diverse spheres of life the kind of consciousness with
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    • were a very good esoteric, who had seriously examined his inner life
    • ourselves with spiritual things, is our streaming desire life.
    • It constantly streams into our thinking in pictures of our daily life
    • continually inflowing desire life, in all of these pictures and
    • attention away from the events and experiences of our desire life, if
    • social life or for news about one's dear fellow men, we would then
    • accompany us our whole life long just because we love them so. And
    • life, whereas Nietzsche said that ennoblement of the will leads to
    • life. Now if one would look at the first statement exactly and think
    • to life but to death, for a drinker or tramp who lives out denial of
    • affirms every pleasure that's offered to him in life — he will
    • not attain life, but will come to an early death, whereas one who
    • in tune with life. Scholars thought that they were looking through
    • At life's
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    • ordinary sense life, so that he can find his way into the
    • and our whole life of feeling and perception must also become
    • ordinary life? We're used to saying that thinking takes place in the
    • the real origin of our ideas that have their life in the etheric
    • Then we become aware of the elemental world. As our soul life
    • Be disclosed to my inner life. —
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    • regarding these sublime cosmic facts, his life of feeling will not
    • in connection with the life of man. Although a person may dimly
    • A contrast is manifest in human life as it evolves on
    • If we recollect that all human life is born out of
    • cosmic life, we may then ask, if it is indeed true that what has
    • shown itself in human life since the old Lemurian time as the
    • applies only to human and animal life on earth. This is an offense of
    • significance for human life we can mention is that between sun and
    • therefore torpid, incapable of life, so in our comets we have a
    • substances are compounds that are deadly to the life of higher
    • feminine spiritual life. Mark well — I do not mean the
    • spiritual life of woman but the feminine spiritual life. There is a
    • difference. The spiritual life of a woman naturally includes
    • Feminine spiritual life, whether in a man or a woman,
    • the whole man can advance, the physical and etheric or life bodies
    • the comet! The comet works upon the physical and etheric or life
    • need only look around at the spiritual-cultural life of the period.
    • spiritual life takes its course with a certain cosmic regularity, as
    • day by day, like lunch and dinner, so does human spiritual life take
    • other events, events that in ordinary, bourgeois life are also unlike
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    • Moses coming to life again and in such a way that the spirit of Moses
    • permeates and radiates life into the whole spirit of Christian
    • be called to life again in the human soul, Who can be resurrected in
    • middle of our century, as delicate saplings of human soul life in
    • life He would show that the spirit lives beyond death in such a way
    • fact that for many people the event of Damascus will come to life;
    • physical plane and must be carried with one into the life between
    • teaching of the spirit as the content of their whole soul life
    • as vital life — should then really grow upward to a spiritual
    • reverse its course, that a spiritual life must begin, there will
    • light-gleaming Shamballa, abounding in infinite fullness of life and
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    • of Moses. The spirit of Moses does indeed come to life again in a new
    • imbued with life the whole of Christian mysticism, from Meister
    • life of soul in individuals here and there. They will say, as if from
    • Individuality will appear in the flesh, showing through his life that
    • from there into the life between death and a new birth. There are
    • spirit as part of their whole life of soul, as a quickening, vital force,
    • their path must be reversed, that a spiritual life must begin, then,
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    • take esoteric life seriously, and so an esoteric class must always be
    • fall back into everyday life again.
    • They can't lift themselves spiritually above everyday life or
    • sense life. And so an esoteric must constantly watch himself, and it
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    • an esoteric center from which we look at life and let it be
    • esoteric must look at life with alert eyes from his firm, immoveable
    • standpoint, for life will become increasingly complicated. These
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    • we've entered on another life's path; we've now
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    • still connect us with daily life with it joys and pleasure, work and
    • them for the new day. Unfortunately, many men go over into sleep life
    • with thoughts of material life's everyday pleasures. These
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    • be searched as in the outer life, but that they have to be
    • disproves errors in the outer life and science; in the area of
    • spiritual life, one has to combat them as real powers that face
    • have physical organs as human beings of the usual life to
    • of the usual life and science.
    • have in the usual life to higher levels. Everything depends on
    • the fact that we take a healthy soul life as starting point and
    • life because they are the basic conditions to discover the
    • that there is a subconscious soul life. Since everything that
    • the lower regions of the soul life. There is a force, which
    • of spiritual life by which this spiritual life is suppressed.
    • look back to his former earth-life with the methods about which
    • life. However, in reality it is not in such a way. In reality,
    • to the fact that we confuse the life promoting with that which
    • absurd with the “life of Jesus research” in the
    • of life and strives at first to visit human beings who have
    • everything. You realise that everywhere life freezes due to a
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    • Questions of Life and the Riddle of Death
    • and approaches to life of the nineteenth century
    • into the immediate life of the present? How and with which
    • right does it position itself to the big questions of life and
    • soul life these cardinal questions become aspirations in the
    • life riddles that we call with the words destiny and
    • science cannot answer the big questions of life and immortality
    • centuries, which have changed our whole life largely. If that
    • material life riddles. However, one has to take something else
    • so that the human being put the questions of life and death in
    • processes only. Everybody knows that the spiritual life is in
    • me speak about the mental capacity first. In the usual life, it
    • thought that is directed in the usual life to the area of our
    • sciences hypothesise. However, the usual life already teaches
    • works. The usual life proves it, while the thinking causes
    • not do in the usual life at all: concentrating on such an
    • in the meditation in the usual day life; at most, they become
    • earth as atmosphere, the body inhales the soul life with every
    • soul life relates to the brain. With falling asleep, the body
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    • to constipation. In the period of life in which teething takes place,
    • during the course of man's life on earth, but, on the other hand, nothing
    • nervous system as an insertion serving the life of the soul can we hope
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    • which one is accustomed in ordinary life. The reason is simply that
    • destiny and ordinary life to the musical element.
    • life of feeling — in so far as this life of feeling is bound to
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    • but it is not a mental image; it clearly takes its course in the life
    • spiritual life, mention is made of man's sevenfold nature. The
    • these are matters that lie in the future. When man's inner life
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    • they try to contain the amorphous, fluctuating, glittering life
    • Drawing eternal life from out of the
    • its life for spirit yearns
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    • which constitutes man’s entire inner life of plastic and
    • earthly life: a product of breathing and blood-circulation. He
    • breathing recede, refrain from activating the life of the breath,
    • surroundings. The life of recitation lies in the breathing-process,
    • spiritual life of Central
    • The upper air burst into life!
    • lifeless tools –
    • is connected with man’s entire soul-life, as being the centre
    • and physical corporeality in man, but has also to bring it to life
    • to create life-giving art. Hence our science, however appropriate
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    • Counting his life-days a menace to
    • Each loathed the other while life
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    • effects of the Sun and the Moon on plant-life. Elemental beings and
    • or less clear and luminous life of ideas which grow out of our life of
    • and luminous life of ideas there is a further condition which never
    • after all, quite directly stimulate our life of thought and ideas
    • actually awake only in our ideas (our conceptual life); we dream in
    • laws than the logical laws of our conceptual life. But if we observe
    • an extra-ordinarily close resemblance to our life of feeling. If in
    • our waking life, we were capable only of feeling, those feelings would
    • life, with their turmoil of emotion, are displayed in our feelings
    • peculiar experiences which we describe in terms of our inner life.
    • the only luminous experience of his waking life. He can think, and
    • sort in human life. The people who lived about three thousand years
    • simple life. Agriculture and cattle-raising were the chief
    • of life and so joyful in its life that you may get almost hourly
    • plant-life flourishes at a particular time when the sun is active in a
    • unendingly. The sun brings forth burgeoning, luxuriant life. If this
    • life is checked and reduced to form, if leaves, blossom, seed and
    • Of course his life there was just what we experienced, with the winds
    • their waking life was really a sort of continuation of their dreaming.
    • sleep and the abstract ideas of our waking life, so they alternated
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    • that their soul-life was separated from external Nature. Moreover they
    • find that the whole spiritual and social guidance of human life in a
    • soul-life separated from external Nature.
    • life of man on Earth. It was quite natural for a member of this older
    • those days men saw their pre-natal spiritual life, though of course
    • their thinking about life only if they feel once more as men did when
    • sweetness they experienced in sleep spread over from their life of
    • healthiness of their life, whereas if other tastes were present it was
    • from their dream-waking life into sleep, for which they cultivated a
    • ordinary life. The third condition was one of which modern humanity
    • waking consciousness, which enables us to enjoy our ordinary life and
    • life on Earth what had in earlier times been seen in the Heavens. The
    • the blossoms, as through transformed by fire. In this way the life of
    • memory during his life on the Earth. These Saturn-forces can appear in
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    • In earlier conditions of soul-life, man experienced his cosmic
    • can visualize three states of consciousness: a dulled dream-life,
    • waking life, and a state of heightened waking consciousness. Only
    • taking place in the life of the human body and soul. Every experience
    • first of our ordinary dream-life with an attitude based purely on what
    • How is this dream-life really revealed? There are of course many kinds
    • instance, we may take the case of a tailor who in his ordinary life
    • life have been the attendant of a Roman magistrate and among his
    • survives and what a man experiences in this life may be colored by
    • would be very much like actual waking life. Dreams which emerge from
    • the whole thing up and to lead a normal, sensible life and go out
    • ordinary life may still be effective. If we have come to regard
    • water of life pours round him and he can once again breathe —
    • means of which we may move further over the ocean of life. Thus we
    • foundation for our later life.
    • as regards the direction of his inner life; in that lower sleep he is
    • and, though a God, lived a truly human life. That experience of the
    • attitude to life, which is in fact completely unpractical. This
    • which man is making his way: a dulled dream life, waking, and a
    • mathematicians of all times applied to his own life. When he had
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    • The whole change that takes place in the soul-life of the child
    • soul-life not yet illuminated by consciousness — for
    • These things show that in our soul-life we are concerned with
    • whatever in life we receive of music continues to act
    • transformed in the life after death into the “music of
    • human being will be better formed in his next life if during
    • (during life).
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    • see how mysterious are the forces permeating human life. Three ages of
    • human effort and research, of human development, morals, and life,
    • life today and life in ancient Atlantis. At that time man was gifted
    • in the morning, with his astral body and ego, into physical life
    • was a firm faith in the continued life of the soul, such as existed in
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture II: Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom. Temple sleep. Isis and the Madonna. Past stages of Evolution. The bestowing of the Ego. Future Powers.
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    • world and life. I mean what is called “temple-sleep.”
    • guided this dream-life in such a way that powerful forces were
    • remarkable connection between the mental life of a person and the
    • which have an equalizing and harmonizing effect upon our whole life
    • and had no longer sent its beams and currents to the earth? All life
    • destruction, the other giving life. This was also the case later;
    • invigorating life flowed continually from the sun to the earth.
    • life, dwelt upon the sun; and on the earth the beings who, if they had
    • brought a too precipitate life to earth; and with the moon all those
    • in life at one time woke up within him later as knowledge.
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    • the mineral world? How is it with so-called lifeless minerals? Have
    • importance in the life of the plant, and we shall understand this if
    • I will try to tell you a little about the life of these kingdoms; they
    • play a very positive part in our life. Just as man plays a part in the
    • life of plants when he tills the ground, so these higher kingdoms
    • Let us consider the course of a human life in its entirety. We know
    • since the beginning of his life on earth, to look up to an exalted
    • into Buddhi, or Life Spirit; one day he will do this consciously, even
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture IV: The Outer Manifestations of Spiritual Beings in the Elements. Their connection with Man. Cosmic partitions. The Myth of Osiris.
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    • accordance with Rosicrucian occultism be called the Sons of Life
    • enormously accelerated through this, and human life would have been
    • still, but now from outside. But in order that the life of man should
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    • When the Moon period came to an end, wisdom was in all things. Life on
    • that in its systematic life is a part of our whole universe.
    • life of the plant is intimately connected with the life of the sun. If
    • forms at present the foundation of our life, is the mineral. It has a
    • reflected in the life and conception of individual man — the
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The progress of man. His conquest of the physical plane in the post-Atlantean civilizations. The beginning and up-building of the 'I am.' The chosen people.
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    • etheric bodies. The life we lead from morning till evening exhausts
    • Among those who were in a position to value material life less than
    • non-material life the conviction grew that they were not bound to the
    • possessions more than material life, were said to have died ignobly,
    • man might experience even during life that which normally he only
    • initiation had to experience this in physical life. In one part of
    • tells how the hero united himself with the Valkyre during life, just
    • them, for some still had vision. The peculiar conditions of life and
    • extinction of his personality; this was of more value to him than life
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture X: The reflection in the fourth epoch of mans experiences with the ancient Gods and their way of the Cross. The Christ-Mystery.
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    • then see that the ordinary life we observe between birth and death has
    • So far we have considered the destiny of man during his life between
    • between death and rebirth; for the life of man continues after death.
    • first time into earthly incarnation, and life within a physical body
    • first alternated with life outside of it, man has led, to a certain
    • extent, a two-fold life — one upon earth and one in the spiritual
    • shall best understand how these changes occur if we glance at the life
    • appeared who had first given true content to his life, regarding whom
    • life by what he felt to be good deeds, was the vision of Christ, under
    • How did Initiates at that time represent the life after death? It was
    • death; they had a more intimate life with them. Such a communion was
    • Only those who turn to a spiritual life will survive the catastrophe,
    • towards a spiritual life should feel it their duty to do all that is
    • we do really see Him disappearing from the other side of life), He had
    • himself through a life of thirty years had he succeeded in so far
    • life the individuality of Jesus of Nazareth left the outer vehicles
    • the other side of life — between death and rebirth — had
    • derived so much pleasure from it, what was on the other side of life
    • during life, could he take over with him that which brought light
    • life not only of the living changes, but also that of the dead.
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    • materialistic belief that reality is only to be found between life and
    • certain way with the form it bore during life. Thought-forms are
    • in the forms of Greek plastic art; and the moral life, the destiny of
    • life of the spirit played out upon the physical plane in a very
    • spiritual life and evolve toward what is good a time will come when
    • life. This arose through the Arabs and Mohammedans. Moslem thought is
    • a peculiar episode in Arabian life and thought, which in its passage
    • spiritual guidance that spiritual life was saved in Christendom;
    • Egyptian memories had come to life again; but what made them
    • initiation, and as modern life is to receive a principle of initiation
    • The life of Buddha is not rightly understood when we read that Buddha
    • stimulated, but our feelings of joy and of security in life have also
    • certainty in life, must be the feeling that pervades all
    • regards life; so that our studies may not merely be theoretical, but
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture I
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    • whole scientific life by the advent of quite different
    • reshaping of our whole life of science will of course be
    • quite estranged from life. They turn out mathematicians,
    • were taught to use his mathematics in actual life, then he
    • occurs to no-one to ask: With what is this whole life in the
    • astronomical knowledge. Here he is withdrawn from life,
    • whole social life should take its right course. Astronomy
    • connect what happens in social life with the phenomena of the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • earthly life, somewhat nearer to man in a purely qualitative
    • ask the following question: How does man's life on Earth
    • of what I will call the solar life, the life of the
    • Sun; the lunar life; and the terrestrial, the
    • tellurian life.
    • the Sun-life, including also that aspect of the Sun's life
    • life. Here we need only call to mind what is very well known
    • of the solar life. The Earth opens herself in a given region
    • itself in the unfolding of vegetative life. If the Earth
    • closes herself again to the solar life, the vegetation
    • tellurian and the solar life. There is a difference in the
    • solar life according to the variation of tellurian
    • life. You only need study the vegetation over the earth,
    • clearly in human life.
    • that life in the polar regions brings forth in man a
    • doubt that this has something to do with the solar life. But
    • that in the life around the Poles there is a very strong
    • Earth tends to withdraw from the life of the Sun; she does
    • the true Sun-life (you must not only look for the Sun-life in
    • What kind of life predominates in the Tropical? There it is
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    • into connection with the most varied spheres of life, we
    • Through the plant-world the life of the Earth as it were
    • say to ourselves, for example: — The plant-life,
    • vegetative life is like a closing of the eyes to the Cosmos.
    • life of plants.
    • life, and we may then turn our attention to the state of
    • life of the Earth. It goes without saying that the vegetative
    • life continues through the winter. But it expresses itself in
    • Cosmos. Under the influence of the solar life, the vegetative
    • life of the Earth shoots outward into form. The leaves unfold
    • may call it so, the vegetative life goes back into itself
    • interplay between the earthly and the solar life reveals
    • influence the vegetative life shoots outward into form; under
    • the influence of the earthly life it closes up into a plant,
    • pass from plant-life to the life of man. Naturally, what
    • comes to expression in the life of plants will find
    • in the life of plants — what we have visibly before our
    • trace the interaction of the solar and terrestrial life for
    • the human being is really opening to receive the solar life.
    • man's soul-life. Man has an activity of soul through
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    • history, proves that the cometary life somehow rebels against
    • somehow or other be connected with the life of the
    • reach their very life, they slip away into the
    • of continued life. To enter the full astronomical reality we
    • life.
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    • studying the embryonic life our only possibility of grasping
    • fold way His life of nerves and senses is one way in which
    • not to the life of soul.)
    • orientation into what you see around you in your waking life.
    • life of thought, which, as we saw, belongs more to the inner
    • towards the inner man — the life of thought and
    • only begins to get into disorder in our own inner life,
    • within the individual life between birth and death, whereas
    • death, within the single life of the individual. Considered
    • immediately fall out of this inner rhythmic life of the human
    • point where the life of ideas begins. We have, in sense
    • life of nerves and senses, man becomes conscious in such a
    • embryonic life in the ways which are customary today. One
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    • questions came to the surface of man's life of knowledge. It
    • life takes hold of something real, — that they
    • what is going on in the life of mankind and the phenomena in
    • human life the spiritual life of thought. The medieval time,
    • in which intense activity of human life and culture would be
    • in the very regions where this deep stirring of human life
    • human life and culture.
    • human life, of which we have been speaking, happened midway
    • evolution of the life of knowledge in mankind, one is aware
    • after-effects of what was stirring and rumbling in the life
    • symptomatically in this phase of development of the life of
    • in the life and civilization of mankind, we have been looking
    • aberrations and all wisdom gained in the general life of
    • enjoying certain forms of cultural and spiritual life will at
    • life — in the life of thought and knowledge —
    • perceive how the quality and trend of human spiritual life is
    • life of soul (As to the different mutual relations of Earth
    • the independent working of the life of soul, given up as it
    • that deep stirring of the spiritual life in mankind, the
    • therefore shows in his daily life the same periodicity, the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VII
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    • abstraction which is doing no little harm in scientific life,
    • with real life instead of letting his thoughts and concepts
    • Our life of
    • sense-impressions in our inner mental life. Rightly and
    • naturally, we distinguish in our cognitional life the
    • sense-perceptions as such and the inner life of
    • difference between our cognitional life insofar as this is
    • with which they come into our inner life.
    • experience them — with our dream-life, we shall of course
    • But it is not the same as regards our inner life of ideas and
    • qualitative difference between our inner life in ideas and
    • mental pictures and our life of dreams. Think of our waking
    • life by day, or all that is present in the field of our
    • and are thereby active in our inner life, forming mental
    • dream-life; the only thing that is added to it is the content
    • helps us realize that man's life of ideation — his
    • life. As a pure matter of fact, it is far truer to describe
    • the life of our senses as a gulf-like penetration of the
    • us which is least closely bound to the inner life and
    • organization of the body. Our inner life of ideation on the
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    • knowledge or of cognitional life which the man of present
    • inner quality, we said, of this part of our inner life is
    • dream-life. It is through sense-perception that our mental
    • life — farther back, as it were behind the
    • like our dream-life. Our forming of mental pictures would be
    • hazy than our life in sense-perception, this inner life of
    • control of our own life of will. In Atlantean time the way
    • this respect. His inner life of mental imagery, which as we
    • inner life — in our ideation, our forming of mental
    • less independent of the life of the outer senses. Day by day
    • dimmer kind of life. We carry in our head a rhythmic life. We
    • melancholically in our own inner life. Once again therefore,
    • ideation — his life in mental pictures —
    • world has since become a feature of his own inner life. There
    • life.) The animal is born and grows up to a certain limit. It
    • reaches puberty. Look at the animal's whole life, until
    • life of the planetary system! We are in a strange predicament
    • in ordinary life when you see two things obviously
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    • which is really based on the fact that in normal life you can
    • makes itself felt in the entire circumference of our life of
    • our normal day-waking conscious life. It is this polarity
    • there, living in us, playing its part in our conscious life.
    • between the forming of mental images and the life of will can
    • soul-life, let us now consider how it takes its course when
    • work upon us during the time of the embryonic life? We can
    • than when, in picture form, it becomes active in our life of
    • might say that in the embryonic life we have what we
    • what happens in the embryonic life. In other words, we must
    • look for the genesis of human embryonic life by finding a
    • life of the Cosmos. Consider how closely related (as
    • what conditions his metabolic life; moreover, these two
    • toady, life remains either a vague hypothesis, as it was in
    • understanding of life, is unaccompanied by any recognition of
    • the fact that life must be understood as life; on the
    • contrary, the fundamental aim is to refer life back to the
    • must relate all our life of knowledge to the heavenly sphere,
    • forms the basis for our life of knowledge, we are directed
    • origin of our life of knowledge, we are led to the wide,
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    • seeking, as it were, to carry life itself into the realms of
    • formative period, the embryo-period of our life, needless to
    • more, backward in time to the embryo-period of our life),
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    • taken as a whole, in the organic life, reveals an evident
    • that in embryo-life we do not go as far as the animal but
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    • and spiritual life in a certain region at that time,
    • the world in his life or knowledge before the 15th Century
    • himself of this union of his inner life with the sense-world.
    • opportunity to wrest himself away — in his life of
    • after all is in its life connected with the rising of the
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    • that in the scientific life and practice of our time what is
    • relation between this “Moon” and life inside
    • in them the mineralisation of an erstwhile plant-life?
    • into life — in the germinal and embyonal period. In
    • During the Winter, in fact, the springing and sprouting life
    • aequivoca or primal generation of life, but to the ideal
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    • errors that are made in scientific life consist in this: they
    • life and practice needs this infusion badly, — needs to
    • less upon his conscious life of soul than in his ordinary, by
    • which I mean, post-natal life on Earth. We must look back
    • human organization during the embryonal life it then
    • in the ordinary life we lead after our birth — after
    • if out of its natural course. In city life we no longer make
    • life of man some indication of what are absolute movements in
    • position other than the upright one of waking life. They
    • life is enabled in some respects to take a similar course,
    • while he is sleeping, to that of animal life. You will find
    • mobility of man which enters into economic life and that
    • tired if we have only lived the life-long day while doing
    • being in his daily life simply by virtue of his internal
    • carries out when we are moving deliberately in waking life.
    • indeed I must do, time and gain, — that our life of
    • will, bound as it is to our metabolism, is to our life of
    • process when we move about deliberately in day-waking life,
    • signifies that the animal spends its whole life in the
    • life analogous to the terrestial, but for the obvious
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    • direction we human beings have in waking life. We must be
    • retain for life. In practice, they take their start from the
    • evolution of mankind suffered a certain break in the life of
    • end. In the midst of it are we. Out of our inner life there
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    • mind, with which he then observes the social life. I want to refer you
    • absurd for practical life — how he now looks at the structure of
    • method of thinking, this culture understands the social life. In a
    • knowledge concerning the life of the soul, of mankind and of the cosmos
    • confused medley there can be no real foundation for the future life of
    • life of spirit today from symptoms such as these will soon come to the
    • social life is always heard at a time when people harbor the most
    • present social life. The special feature of what in the last few
    • modem technical life which calls upon men to be free from egoism, and,
    • a life of spirit which has the courage to break away from the old
    • the whole of his life. The cultivation of will is brought about when
    • life as a member of a community. Thus, for the development of thinking we
    • It can so develop the will that the effect remains throughout life,
    • of life. In this sphere particularly, however, we shall have to go to
    • life. Today, as a rule, only what is included among the faculties plays
    • without it for the rest of life. In future, stress must be laid on this
    • life.
    • with the primary and secondary school he goes out into life? Here it is
    • important that everything unsound in the old life of spirit should be
    • roots in their life, that was bound up with their way of life. In our
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    • organisation of a life of spirit, a life instruction, independent of
    • either the economic life of that of the State. I tried, too, to show how,
    • reason is that education has lost its direct connection with life. The
    • — above all to understand how alien from real life our education
    • a department of life in general, that whoever wants to speak about
    • of world history, in what situations are we in life at present in all its
    • spheres of life in order to let these impulsesstream into the college,
    • thus linking it with the common life? When we work out such things, not
    • foundations for an education that is really alive and for a life of the
    • an essential part of our life of spirit. There is nothing to be gained
    • been banished by the State; we see this remoteness from real life. None
    • of the principal branches of life, namely, the spiritual, the rights or
    • able to survey what is there in our present spiritual life, and what
    • changes have to be made in this present life by bringing out of the
    • specialisation from the school into life. Whether the present
    • economic life are concerned, there is today an utter lack of
    • connection with life, it has withdrawn from life into the schoolroom. A
    • point of observation, which underlies the whole of European life and
    • development. If we now stand at a point where the main direction of life
    • under was the elementary impulse towards a free economic life of the
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    • children, at all stages of school life. When a small child enters a
    • life he has to concentrate on one thing without interruption. Out of a
    • period of life, so that at the end of that period the young developing
    • college life, bears within it the most harmful element of our whole
    • disastrous in a suitable development of the life of spirit than this
    • for the life of spirit — whoever look s deeply into things can see
    • necessary precautions, the administering of the life of spirit has been
    • of the basic conditions of all life that can bring maturity to the human
    • the wrong direction gradually taken in the life of spirit.
    • study, my dear friends, of this perverted life of spirit if we look at
    • nineteenth century. Ultimately all those within the German life of spirit
    • of the higher life of spirit, who has not previously experienced these
    • The more recent cultural life of spirit has abolished all these things.
    • to train the life of spirit out of impulses quite foreign fo that
    • life.
    • our cultural life has been so much extended that a man can have a
    • be for all education, all school-life, to be so organised for the human
    • only in a life of spirit with a basis of its own and its own
    • Hence in this sphere the force of all life of spirit is crippled. We must
    • cultural life; it is there that they have to be sought if they are ever
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    • But in real life this is not the case; these things are quite
    • different. In real life the essential thing is that there are
    • public life, either as a journalist, book-wright or the like,
    • the philosophy of the western nations and our whole public life
    • appear during his life if there is a true art of education.
    • proceed from life and that it cannot proceed from abstract
    • from life, a pedagogy drawn directly from life. And now there
    • development of the real individual man. In life it is not the
    • in a work of art, the life that springs from it, owes its being
    • next incarnation; it is full of life and energy, but it is
    • rest of our organism shows that there is flowing life in it;
    • however in life will really then only be a different one, not
    • different. We bring about many-sidedness in life. This does not
    • this many-sidedness in life depends on a deeper understanding
    • of life such as has been put before you.
    • in everyday life, it is not always the largest thing physically
    • had a quarrel with his wife, as does happen in life.
    • in life to have moods of this kind. As teachers we must train



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