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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • must always be contrasted with the understanding of life and the world
    • not only quick with life, but ensouled and imbued with spirit; in his
    • cosmos, of the soul-nature of the cosmos and its life. All this has
    • earth is robbed of spirit, robbed of soul, even of life. It is a great
    • moulds the soul — a knowledge of the spirit, of the life of the soul,
    • of the life of the cosmos. And although in his waking consciousness
    • soul and life of the universe while he sleeps — in the soul the
    • heredity, circumstances of life and State — quite honestly believes
    • Ahrimanic deception which plays into human life. And in this field men
    • Now it is a fact that in real life, total errors are not so harmful as
    • partial truths become a pan of life and cause the most horrible
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    • must always be contrasted with the understanding of life and the world
    • not only quick with life, but ensouled and imbued with spirit; in his
    • cosmos, of the soul-nature of the cosmos and its life. All this has
    • earth is robbed of spirit, robbed of soul, even of life. It is a great
    • moulds the soul — a knowledge of the spirit, of the life of the soul,
    • of the life of the cosmos. And although in his waking consciousness
    • soul and life of the universe while he sleeps — in the soul the
    • heredity, circumstances of life and State — quite honestly believes
    • Ahrimanic deception which plays into human life. And in this field men
    • Now it is a fact that in real life, total errors are not so harmful as
    • partial truths become a pan of life and cause the most horrible
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • aspects of life, replacing inspiration and inner experience. This
    • spiritual world of poetry and entered into the prose of life.
    • jurisprudence, all outer compartmentalization, all the prose of life,
    • the breath of life’. What at that time was done with the breath, to
    • poured out over the matter-of-factness of life. In speaking today, Man
    • retrace the steps from a life arranged in accordance with utility to
    • It is indeed true that Man, as he goes forward in the life between
    • Archangels, the Archai, joins in with their life and lives within the
    • mineral, plant and animal kingdoms. After this life between death and
    • a new birth he descends once more to earthly life. And we have also
    • life of soul and spirit into earthly life. If their effects are to be
    • through with the cosmos in the life between death and a new birth
    • Zodiac; and the life of this echo is my physical body. An echo is
    • life, for this human etheric body is a mere reflection of planetary
    • life.
    • the image, of what goes on in the life of the planets. We think we
    • Now of what does modern life consist? When we look back from these
    • modern times upon mankind's life in primeval times, we still find an
    • the memory of saints, who, rightly understood, should give new life to
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • aspects of life, replacing inspiration and inner experience. This
    • spiritual world of poetry and entered into the prose of life.
    • jurisprudence, all outer compartmentalization, all the prose of life,
    • the breath of life’. What at that time was done with the breath, to
    • poured out over the matter-of-factness of life. In speaking today, Man
    • retrace the steps from a life arranged in accordance with utility to
    • It is indeed true that Man, as he goes forward in the life between
    • Archangels, the Archai, joins in with their life and lives within the
    • mineral, plant and animal kingdoms. After this life between death and
    • a new birth he descends once more to earthly life. And we have also
    • life of soul and spirit into earthly life. If their effects are to be
    • through with the cosmos in the life between death and a new birth
    • Zodiac; and the life of this echo is my physical body. An echo is
    • life, for this human etheric body is a mere reflection of planetary
    • life.
    • the image, of what goes on in the life of the planets. We think we
    • Now of what does modern life consist? When we look back from these
    • modern times upon mankind's life in primeval times, we still find an
    • the memory of saints, who, rightly understood, should give new life to
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • signified an advance in human cultural life which can be compared to
    • them to ethical, social, and all other aspects of cultural life.
    • life. Granted, natural scientific logic must be applied to what most
    • spiritual world, something he cannot do in ordinary life.
    • possess to a certain degree in daily life. But they have to be
    • childhood, is essential to our life as human beings. The study of
    • up from the depths of our inner life. And what emerges from these
    • our soul life. And without memory, we would not find our way in the
    • or, in other words, the concentration of our thought life.
    • What is this concentration of thought life?
    • human life. Only this heightening makes spiritual research possible.
    • little as in sleep, and so on. Then the whole soul life is focused on
    • even those who are not distracted by the demands of daily life, have
    • in everyday life (but are nevertheless there) so that they become
    • affairs of daily life, frees itself from the body. To begin with, this
    • body and have submerged ourselves in the life of the brain, manifested
    • know the resistance that bodily life puts up, and then to know life
    • then that moment finally comes, either during waking life or in a
    • soul life.
    • of soul not present in external life. He must constantly hold on to
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    • signified an advance in human cultural life which can be compared to
    • them to ethical, social, and all other aspects of cultural life.
    • life. Granted, natural scientific logic must be applied to what most
    • spiritual world, something he cannot do in ordinary life.
    • possess to a certain degree in daily life. But they have to be
    • childhood, is essential to our life as human beings. The study of
    • up from the depths of our inner life. And what emerges from these
    • our soul life. And without memory, we would not find our way in the
    • or, in other words, the concentration of our thought life.
    • What is this concentration of thought life?
    • human life. Only this heightening makes spiritual research possible.
    • little as in sleep, and so on. Then the whole soul life is focused on
    • even those who are not distracted by the demands of daily life, have
    • in everyday life (but are nevertheless there) so that they become
    • affairs of daily life, frees itself from the body. To begin with, this
    • body and have submerged ourselves in the life of the brain, manifested
    • know the resistance that bodily life puts up, and then to know life
    • then that moment finally comes, either during waking life or in a
    • soul life.
    • of soul not present in external life. He must constantly hold on to
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture I: The uniform plan of World History. The Confluence of three spiritual streams in the Bhagavad Gita.
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    • Certainly much in the spiritual life of our present time differs from
    • himself with the spiritual life of his own times he had in reality, as
    • when contemplating the spiritual life of mankind when, as we have
    • spiritual life. However great and powerful and mighty much in the
    • spiritual life. Only in the Greek spiritual life do we find
    • peculiarity of the spiritual life of the last three thousand years;
    • rather the impression made by the spiritual life upon each separate
    • the spiritual life, find inner comfort, hope, peace, inward bliss and
    • came over from Greece as living tradition and life. So we see Greek
    • life, and even takes the form of a certain religious opposition in the
    • every soul down to the simplest, a spiritual life is spread abroad and
    • spiritual life receives its tributaries from the Vedas on the one
    • and that what he first realises in ordinary life is a kind of
    • finer elements of which is woven our etheric or life-body. It must be
    • that his religious life is one with the life of wisdom; but Sankhya
    • ways and means of grasping the human soul in direct spiritual life, so
    • life, which opens the door to higher and higher stages of existence.
    • life of the soul within itself. Yoga is the other side of the Sankhya
    • waking, life and death, you will find there what in our present-day
    • no longer there? How can the soul take part in spiritual life if that
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • everyday life today we have to distinguish between that which is our
    • Etheric or Life-Body, and the Physical Body. Just as we look upon
    • know as the second principle of man, which we call Life-Spirit: or, if
    • also tells us that man will only develop Budhi in normal life at a
    • Life-spirit or Budhi. This manner of designation is absolutely correct
    • be found, for instance, in the plants, as etheric or life-body. We
    • life-body of the plant; while with man it is the case that the higher
    • notice in the spiritual life of the different periods, in the old
    • life and consider the case in which thou thyself now art. In the
    • death — what is death? and what is life? The changing of the
    • forms is death, and it is life. The souls that are to be victorious
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • life of the soul expresses itself. If we describe that which at the
    • whole soul life. According to the temperament of that soul, we shall
    • be liable to loneliness. When one having led a hermit's life while
    • seeking the heights of soul-life goes forth into the world, coming
    • Only when we consider these life-connections do we realise how the
    • are to be seen in the whole manner of life which a man leads. They are
    • what he can remember having experienced in his ordinary life, and
    • into a completely different form of life. The phenomena of life and
    • Sattva, then learn that in ordinary life man is connected with wisdom
    • ordinary life feel enthusiasm for wisdom and virtue? Because he is
    • ordinary life feel joy and longing for the external life, feel
    • pleasure in the external phenomena of life? Because he has a relation
    • to life indicated through Rajas. Why do people go through ordinary
    • life sleepy, lazy and inactive? Why do they feel oppressed by their
    • life must be brought to bear upon the comprehension. Nothing could
    • otherwise have in life to bear upon these words of Arjuna. If he were
    • to bring any such feelings of everyday life to bear upon what he thus
    • stillness, in the highest Divine or in everyday life, whether Thou art
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture IV: The nature of the Bhagavad Gita and the significance of the Epistles of St. Paul. How the Christ Impulse surpasses the Krishna Impulse.
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    • the life of Christ in the soul or in the human consciousness, and many
    • works, to the freeing of oneself from the immediate life of action, in
    • If we wish to draw a comparison between the different views of life
    • views of life, what we are chiefly concerned with is the drawing down
    • long after the son's life has begun; although the son is descended
    • The new must protect itself against the old, must defend its life
    • Kansa, the brother of his mother, wished to take the life of the
    • the great tree of Life, whose roots have an upward direction, and the
    • across the picture of the Tree of Life with the serpent; everything is
    • under, and led him back into the heights of spiritual life. Krishna
    • and fill it with life? Truly he who described the Christ-Event for the
    • soul-life; only at the conclusion do we see the contrast between those
    • that this age of darkness brings about in human life; he must contrast
    • the dark life, common to all, with that which is the Christ-Impulse,
    • life is confronted with substance, with Prakriti — the soul which
    • constant state of changing form. The soul in its ordinary life lives
    • Christ-Impulse does not fill a whole life, but only the ripest period
    • of a human life. That is why the Christ-Impulse lived only for three
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • openly to light. We are living in an age in which the spiritual life
    • thy soul-life.” To his Corinthians St. Paul says: “One of
    • in one individual as the life-force in every one of his limbs, and yet
    • spiritual life each one of these is like the other. The same
    • incarnation at a standstill in exoteric life, or whether he is able to
    • enter the esoteric life and raise himself into esoteric Christianity.
    • We can go further and further in the Christian life and attain the
    • life of our own age, examining the contradictions and follies of
    • that in response to the demands of the spiritual life itself,
    • nothing more to do with what filled his life and at which he worked in
    • spirit-life. When St. Paul had his vision before Damascus, He Who
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • gradually discovering man's place in the life of the cosmos, and on
    • the other, his place in the social life. But it will be necessary
    • not only externally but also inwardly. We cannot understand the life
    • account we come nearer to the life of soul. Materialistic
    • to confront the life of soul with complete lack of understanding; for
    • it is precisely in these other organisms that the life of soul comes
    • Ether, Warmth-Ether, Light-Ether, Life-Ether, and in addition we find
    • astral body by the air organism during waking life. We can speak in a
    • When we turn to consider waking life, from what has been said we shall
    • which in waking life we have driven out through our Ego which is part
    • Waking life and sleeping life may therefore also be studied from this
    • for in waking life it is the Ego that brings about in the
    • pictures of dream-life as immediate realities in themselves, neither
    • Obscurely and dimly, dreams point to our inner organic life, and we
    • sleep, if our life were not continually interrupted by periods of
    • what is experienced in the life of soul and in the bodily life.
    • We look back over our life, at the series of pictures of our
    • backward survey of our life the intervals of sleep are ignored. It
    • over our life and nothing flows into this retrospective survey from
    • waking life. But this consciousness is inwardly strengthened through
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • self-consciousness, in his inner life. As a rule no such bridge is
    • to us in waking life from the moment of waking to the moment of
    • consciousness too, we know from ordinary life that in addition to the
    • we can say: On the one hand our conception of the life of soul is such
    • when it is a matter of any comprehensive understanding of the life of
    • that is astir with life, and finally man himself came out of the
    • there is produced what we call a seed of life — but it is
    • an etheric, not a physical seed of life such as issues from the
    • Think of all the experiences in your life that came from aspiration
    • source of life.
    • not bear immediate fruit. For during the life between birth and death,
    • life of ideas, and in so far as we feel a certain satisfaction in
    • bring life with us when we pass out into the cosmos through the
    • You will now begin to have an inkling of what the life that pervades
    • the universe really is. Where are the sources of life? They lie in
    • ourselves to be inspired by moral ideals, these will carry forth life,
    • ideals and what works as life-giving force in the physical world, even
    • extinguishing effect upon life. In our theoretical ideas the
    • energy are imbued with new life. Thus what goes on inside the boundary
    • producing in the solid organism — seeds of Life. (etheric)
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • As doers, as men of action, we have our place in social life and
    • death has a certain significance in this social life.
    • factor in life can be characterized from one aspect or another; the
    • social life — without our identifying ourselves in thought with
    • that in this life of thought, will is also active; will is then
    • something will certainly strike us concerning life and its realities.
    • us by life. If our life has been rich in experiences we have a rich
    • thought-content; if our life experiences have been meagre, we have a
    • destiny — to a certain extent. But within this life of thought
    • ourselves in the life of thought — all this is inherently our
    • own. The will in our life of thought is our own.
    • If we study this life of thought in careful self-examination we shall
    • Now it is possible to attain complete freedom m our inner life if we
    • from outside, but its very life is of the nature of will. By
    • enters into speech. In ordinary life at least, it is so, and it is
    • beyond our organic life and pass over to activity that is liberated,
    • life; speaking is largely connected with organic life; walking really
    • our organic life. We accompany such actions with our thoughts,
    • Our inner life is constantly deepened when we send will — our own
    • we live a life of thought; we permeate this with the will and thus
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  • Title: Bridge Between: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • and energy die away to nullity; but man's moral thinking imbues life
    • the life of thought with the will. — Pure thinking: irradiation of
    • the life of thought by will. — This leads to Freedom. —
    • Irradiation of the life of will by thoughts leads to Love. — The
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • perception of life and by striving for an encounter with the Christ.
    • Central Europe, notice a person who earlier in his life did not yet
    • cosmic forces. If some event in this person's life brought about his
    • That is a materialistic interpretation of spiritual life. We could
    • people carries into his physical body and ether body during his life
    • perceives spiritual life as something outside himself. Somehow he
    • the twentieth century become clairvoyant to life in the etheric world
    • life situations are assessed, and even more frequently in the general
    • body, which could have supported his life for decades. This ether body
    • relationships behind ordinary life are often quite different from what
    • human life in its entirety.
    • experiences were tragic. During his entire life he
    • induces the child to develop merely materialistically later in life.
    • somebody who sacrifices his life for his people is not fully conscious
    • of life alter this death. He believes that there is more to a people's
    • message to him for his life between death and rebirth was that he
    • should continue to work with us after death as he had done in life,
    • want not only theory, but life. Thus we wish to point out that when
    • Sometimes life offers us an opportunity to see how human logic alone
    • Ahriman. The black cross in itself represents life when it strives to
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    • perception of life and by striving for an encounter with the Christ.
    • Central Europe, notice a person who earlier in his life did not yet
    • cosmic forces. If some event in this person's life brought about his
    • That is a materialistic interpretation of spiritual life. We could
    • people carries into his physical body and ether body during his life
    • perceives spiritual life as something outside himself. Somehow he
    • the twentieth century become clairvoyant to life in the etheric world
    • life situations are assessed, and even more frequently in the general
    • body, which could have supported his life for decades. This ether body
    • relationships behind ordinary life are often quite different from what
    • human life in its entirety.
    • experiences were tragic. During his entire life he
    • induces the child to develop merely materialistically later in life.
    • somebody who sacrifices his life for his people is not fully conscious
    • of life alter this death. He believes that there is more to a people's
    • message to him for his life between death and rebirth was that he
    • should continue to work with us after death as he had done in life,
    • want not only theory, but life. Thus we wish to point out that when
    • Sometimes life offers us an opportunity to see how human logic alone
    • Ahriman. The black cross in itself represents life when it strives to
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  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • develops, will be a very important impulse in anthroposophical life
    • Art. Our aim, of course, is that the spiritual life shall be carried
    • important to bring this spiritual life into Art is that Spiritual
    • part of actual life, and take practical effect there. It was
    • cleverness, but that its very life can pour vigour into that of Art.
    • those of external life, can be presented in artistic form. If it were
    • domains and spheres of life.
    • domains of life, and in the occult life too, is brought home in Course
    • have discovered that in our stream of spiritual life, things are not
    • in our Movement, the basis of anthroposophical life must be this
    • re-edit the remaining sixth ... yet in the theosophical life we
    • impulse was there brought into the occult life.
    • life during which he has become Buddha, can never again appear on the earth.
    • Only we must have the right to bring to theosophical life the results
    • The Story of My Life,
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • and start a family very early in life, it devolved upon the other,
    • wish to question the big man about his life, and the latter replied:
    • earth the life of which you know.” Then he let the little man go
    • importance in life....
    • the physical world and her life continues there. The trend of the two
    • the Earth with its forces of life, provided the element of substance,
    • Light can be shed upon a great deal that comes our way in life, if
    • highest degree at the vistas of spiritual life opened up by the
    • civilisations; this wisdom will be unleashed when the spiritual life
    • yonder there will flow a mighty stream of spiritual life, containing,
    • into the spiritual life along the path revealed by Spiritual Science.
    • the founts of spiritual life from Christian Mysticism and Christian
    • Western spiritual life is justified in face of the other phases of
    • further the development of the occult life! And the fact that we would
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • in human life than the “scientific attitude.” I do not, of
    • in relation to the life of feeling, our first question will be: How
    • in his intellect and reason. Thus it may well happen that in his life
    • depths in the life of soul, it may well be cleverer than the intellect
    • we are in our life of intellect and reason. This indicates quite
    • the life of soul is something that came over from the Old Moon period.
    • to become as clever in his life of intellect and reason as he became
    • in his life of feeling during the Old Moon period of evolution. Someone
    • influenced by the intellect. If the life of feeling had remained
    • of science too, of course, represent activity in the life of soul, but
    • the life of abstract reason and intellect, into the domain of the
    • projects itself into life. It is naturally veiled from the normal
    • intercourse with one another and in external life which does not
    • something comes into our earthly life which cuts across the ordinary
    • clergyman, not merely in their intellectual life, but in their hearts
    • worked not only through the life of intellect and reason but also
    • spiritual life in religion. That the rites in this case had not
    • connected with the spiritual life. What is to be expected, in the
    • discern the presence of law. And so if we study life, in what
    • but in that case his own life of soul would not have been implicated
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  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • work always brings a realisation of the unity of theosophical life all
    • life of soul were not always as they are today. In primeval times of
    • B.C. when man's life of soul began to assume the form and character
    • living memories arose of entirely different circumstances of life,
    • The materialist says that man's life of soul has unfolded, by degrees,
    • which are also to be found in lower forms of life. Spiritual Science,
    • however, makes it clear that the elements of “soul-life” as
    • think of the Creators of these three manifestations of the life of
    • before us, only because the foundations of this threefold life of soul
    • manifestation in outer form, the threefold life of soul that had been
    • threefold life of soul. Thus man elaborated Earth-substance according
    • to the laws of his life of soul, made Earth-substance subject to the
    • plan underlying his life of soul, and became Earth-Man; he fashioned
    • allusion to a connection between the spiritual life of ancient Finland
    • origin and life among the people, the Kalewala quite naturally
    • spiritual life? We are everywhere at home, for Spiritual Science is
    • holiest and most sacred to them and is now coming to life again so
    • the very root — nerve of theosophical life. We are standing on
    • Post-Atlantean epoch is that spiritual life is all interwoven,
    • intertwined, entangled with life on the physical plane. But in that
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  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • WHEN we think of all the achievements of the spiritual life, all the
    • certain forms of spiritual life there is a decline, followed again, in
    • and their Art, and of the wise ordering of civic life in Greece and
    • Rome, whereby a certain harmony in the conditions of life on the
    • human being and life on the physical plane has waned, together with
    • has had eyes only for the life of a man between birth and death, and
    • its continuance in a simple heavenly life, the Oriental world
    • the personality, of the single life of the human being. Only now, when
    • we are on the threshold of a great change in the spiritual life, are
    • and will add something of untold significance to human life. The West
    • fragments which make their appearance in the life of the human being
    • the life of Elijah and his place in the history of human evolution are
    • And then we may think of another life, the life of the personality
    • in John the Baptist. We add to our understanding of the single life a
    • the very first, his life gave promise of all his subsequent greatness.
    • span of a short life, we see him rise step by step to heights of fame.
    • What is there to be said about this remarkable life? Think of the
    • filling the Mystery with new life. Here again is a heralding of
    • to understand how the forces develop in the same soul from life to
    • life, and to discern the effects of earlier causes. The Baptist was
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  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • arises in life and in the sphere of philosophy. Study of Spiritual
    • about the primal origins or the ultimate and highest meaning of life.
    • of life is beyond our reach? ”
    • have recognised that “evolution” is a reality in the life of
    • as the human being can feel no wonder at the phenomena of life around
    • him, so long is his life vapid and thoughtless, and he asks without
    • man's life of soul?
    • away, then something is lacking in his moral life. The human being on
    • must be able to pass out beyond his own earthly life, he must be able
    • is in the physical body. In ordinary life he will desire this or that;
    • life.
    • separate by a body of flesh from what pours into his life of soul from
    • undivided existence in which a single flow of spiritual life pervaded
    • prevailing in existence, had not yet received into the life of soul
    • in the life of soul. That is precisely the mission of Earth-evolution!
    • slaves as a necessary principle of human life; we must also remember
    • Nazareth” in order that for three years of his life the Christ
    • life in us as wonder — passes, finally, to the Christ, weaving
    • Christ Impulse penetrates more and more deeply into the life and
    • life of feeling if, after the many attempts made through the
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • he ascend into the region of Divine Spiritual life. The Initiate of
    • consciousness, in their knowledge and in their life of soul. Then came
    • proceeded in this way, the experiences arising in man's life of soul
    • — dim and lifeless at that — of perception which derives
    • of the ancient Gods. A time is approaching when in their life of soul
    • knowledge to life once again, but in an entirely new form. The lecture
    • personality, whose life between birth and death runs its course on the
    • and more to the onflowing life of the Individuality. I have spoken of
    • continuous thread of the soul, the onflowing life of the one
    • It must, however, be realised that just as the transition from life
    • inspired by the astral body to a spiritual life of soul, primarily in
    • must work our way from life in the consciousness soul to life in the
    • man's whole picture of life must carry the sure conviction that when
    • very truth. We must learn to see life in the light of such a fact and
    • content of their life of soul, their hopes, aspirations and so forth,
    • into the life of the child! With this knowledge, success may come
    • distant when the very facts of life will compel people to take account
    • beings at a later age of life. To begin with, a man may be quite
    • This person comes into his life of dream and various things happen
    • life. Whereas previously he felt that certain impulses were urging him
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    • importance in the life of the human being as he stands before us on
    • different character from those available to him during life in the
    • instrument of the memory is the ether-body, or life-body. The
    • ether-body is actively in operation through the whole life of man on
    • this ether- or life-body which carries remembrances, memory
    • pictures, from one period in life across to the other. The instrument
    • be able to carry the remembrances of our life across the period
    • life-body. This is the interval after death during which the
    • past life spreads out like a great panorama, a great tableau. This
    • life-tableau” can only appear to us because after death we
    • instrument, and something takes place while this life-tableau is
    • before us after death. This whole life tableau is gathered into,
    • “inscribed” as it were, into the universal life-ether
    • life-ether. What was retained at the beginning for a few days only, is
    • now inscribed in the universal life-ether in which we live
    • life-tableau that has been inscribed into the universal life-ether.
    • life remain accessible.
    • That we are able to preserve what is contained in our life of
    • after death it is still preserved, in the universal life-ether. There
    • existence, preserved in the universal life-ether. Thus in the man of
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    • inner life. According to whether selfishness, or selfless love and
    • forces of selfless thoughts enter into the spiritual life of
    • that has form, shape, life — everything that takes on shape
    • way to Christ will be found in the Spirit, out of the life of soul.
    • the Buddha-life, of its fundamental character, and proceed as I did
    • the beings of Mars. And now take the life of Buddha, and observe how
    • Buddha-life was a kind of preparation for a higher mission; that it
    • direct continuation. You may compare much in the Buddha-life with the
    • Progress in the spiritual life is still more clearly perceptible. It
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    • and from the vast cosmic-human background against which the life of
    • of concrete, practical life. To be sure, the representatives of this
    • “practical side of life” as they are pleased to call it,
    • Steiner created a science of knowledge embracing every domain of life
    • cosmic realities which imbue human life with meaning and even now
    • of the single life. Through study, through imagination and
    • of Modern Spiritual Life, and Christianity as Mystical Fact.
    • life and lead it forward. He still saw hope of being able, through the
    • widening the ideas and giving them life so that they might conform to
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    • Thus we set up a life-aim, which in a certain way is self-understood
    • for every thinking and feeling person, a life-aim that includes the
    • life to sublime things. We will have to survey wide reaches of time if
    • concerns of our souls, something that grips our innermost soul-life.
    • Only apparently does the man who strives toward the heights of life
    • our own time. We know that no life remains without fruit; we know that
    • of life. Just out of such a picture our narrow vision can be expanded
    • mementos of the past physical life he gave to the deceased certain
    • utensils and possessions suited to the needs of physical life. Thus
    • physical life. All that we describe today as the attachment to matter
    • External life runs its course between birth and death. Man lives a
    • much longer life after death, in what we know as kamaloca and the
    • live between birth and death! That life cannot be compared to the life
    • dissimilar than the experiences of outer life. During the Egyptian
    • external life repeats itself from the third into the fifth period, so
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    • of our soul life.
    • life again become spiritual. In the fifth post-Atlantean period,
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    • the post-Atlantean descendants if we steep ourselves in the soul-life
    • relationships of life. For them the true day-consciousness, in which
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    • important event in the inner life, in the real spiritual life of man.
    • meditation, and how this filled the would-be initiate's life of
    • later yearned. Hence it was a great moment in his spiritual life when
    • everyday life. It is not only in school that pupils sometimes fail to
    • the ancient Sun he saw shape itself as life, what on the
    • which on Earth enables the inner human life to develop love from the
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    • support life as we know it here on earth. We must also say that
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    • Egyptian conception of life. Although there were later additions and
    • life remained in the Egyptian religious views.
    • to achieve a soul-life within man.
    • his soul life. For the Eleusinian initiate, this was what the
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    • life became weaker upon leaving the physical plane at night.
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    • the spiritual life, for we must not forget that what is really to be
    • spiritual world. Thus the life of man in the physical world evolved
    • with matter. He saw space as altogether composed of life, as something
    • appearance of life. The Greek expressed in the physical what lived in
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    • himself for a new life, the consciousness-condition of Devachan, where
    • In order to understand how life in kamaloka differs from life in
    • during his life a person was a gourmet, taking great pleasure in
    • pleased him most in life. For this reason he suffers after death until
    • an ego-consciousness there, such as he had in this life. He is not yet
    • independent there. In the Devachanic life he feels like a limb, like
    • When man entered into Devachan from an Egyptian or a Greek life, his
    • incarnation and the life after death. Through the fact that man
    • experience. The principle of initiation is that, even during his life,
    • world during this life, having experiences that do not die out with
    • able to say, “I will imitate the life and work of the Christ; I
    • during his life, to purify his physical, etheric, and astral bodies in
    • life, to abandon these bodies, yet to leave them capable of life,
    • while they are capable of life, and to attain these forces, many
    • life of today.
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    • life on the other side, the spiritual side, of existence? For this
    • When in his daily life man lets the impressions of the senses work
    • upon him, these impressions bring certain fruits for the ordinary life
    • within and beyond the physical life. When it was between birth and
    • in the meantime. This was not significant only for life on the
    • Palestine had for the other side of life, where the souls of the
    • whom they could give only the teaching that “Life is suffering;
    • illuminate again their shadowy life in Devachan. The more man
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    • about the life of the Greeks. This world of artistic creations, into
    • the spiritual life. The majority of men today have no inkling of the
    • mass of spirit is thus diverted from life for the higher worlds. The
    • life, of our bodily needs. Since everything in the world is limited,
    • the feeling-life of the ancient Egyptians. Then we may ask how this
    • and this caused something special for the spiritual life.
    • When a man dies today he has a life in kamaloka, after which comes a
    • relatively long life in Devachan. But this is already a result of the
    • condition depends upon this. We cling to our life between birth and
    • but the science of the spirit is life. Its truth can be checked
    • life was interwoven with the lives of forty-two ancestors. Therefore
    • practical for life, but which could also be turned to good account for
    • the time beyond death, for the life between death and a new birth. In
    • the world of the stars. This sight comes to life again in a certain
    • connections. Life becomes great and powerful, and we feel our way into
    • life.
    • up to the sun of the spiritual life.
    • practical life, they can give impulses for what he must create. People
    • pusillanimous rather than bold through his life in the science of the
    • of will, an impulse to carry the science of the spirit into life and
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • mean to speak truly of his inner life, his life of soul, we shall not
    • life of the human soul may present themselves to us. Just as the
    • present in the world, so there are two poles in man's life of soul.
    • only ideation, a process in the life of thought from which all
    • of external life.
    • Anthroposophy we know that in waking life the four members of a man's
    • the one hand during waking life and during sleep on the other?
    • we realise that in the ordinary waking condition of physical life, man
    • impulses. The will is very detached from daily life. Only consider how
    • your organism. Try to picture your daily life and you will find how
    • as life is concerned we can do nothing directly to it, for in
    • the waking life of day, our will is influenced only in an indirect
    • sleeps in respect of his conceptual life when he is asleep. The life
    • of will sleeps by day; the life of thought sleeps by night.
    • he only knows how to be awake in his life of thought. The will does
    • Thus there are two poles in man, the life of observation and ideation,
    • to these two poles. The whole life of soul moves in various nuances
    • by bringing this microcosmic life of soul into relation with the
    • From what has been said we have learnt that the life of thought and
    • ideation is one of the poles of man's life of soul. This life of
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    • mean to speak truly of his inner life, his life of soul, we shall not
    • life of the human soul may present themselves to us. Just as the
    • present in the world, so there are two poles in man's life of soul.
    • only ideation, a process in the life of thought from which all
    • of external life.
    • Anthroposophy we know that in waking life the four members of a man's
    • the one hand during waking life and during sleep on the other?
    • we realise that in the ordinary waking condition of physical life, man
    • impulses. The will is very detached from daily life. Only consider how
    • your organism. Try to picture your daily life and you will find how
    • as life is concerned we can do nothing directly to it, for in
    • the waking life of day, our will is influenced only in an indirect
    • sleeps in respect of his conceptual life when he is asleep. The life
    • of will sleeps by day; the life of thought sleeps by night.
    • he only knows how to be awake in his life of thought. The will does
    • Thus there are two poles in man, the life of observation and ideation,
    • to these two poles. The whole life of soul moves in various nuances
    • by bringing this microcosmic life of soul into relation with the
    • From what has been said we have learnt that the life of thought and
    • ideation is one of the poles of man's life of soul. This life of
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    • scientists, is merely the cessation of life. Death is regarded merely
    • proposal for the social and economic life out of a specious wisdom,
    • constructive proposals for the social life without calling in the aid
    • the forces of the Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man. Man must
    • the forces of Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man. To this end he
    • in him the inclination to receive the spiritual life. In the great
    • experience the spiritual life through the conscious Spiritual Soul.
    • the Spiritual Soul, may break through into the spiritual life. If man
    • the Spirit: which from henceforward must fertilise all cultural life,
    • artistic life which must pass into the evolution of humanity in future
    • reminiscence of outer physical life and thence receives its signature,
    • subconscious into the conscious life. Indeed, we must say that what comes
    • actualities only in those domains of life where it is absolutely
    • shall have an altogether different social life when men can hear
    • now refer, our breathing will attune itself to the life of feeling of
    • intimate the social life of man will tend to become! Certainly it will
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    • scientists, is merely the cessation of life. Death is regarded merely
    • proposal for the social and economic life out of a specious wisdom,
    • constructive proposals for the social life without calling in the aid
    • the forces of the Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man. Man must
    • the forces of Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man. To this end he
    • in him the inclination to receive the spiritual life. In the great
    • experience the spiritual life through the conscious Spiritual Soul.
    • the Spiritual Soul, may break through into the spiritual life. If man
    • the Spirit: which from henceforward must fertilise all cultural life,
    • artistic life which must pass into the evolution of humanity in future
    • reminiscence of outer physical life and thence receives its signature,
    • subconscious into the conscious life. Indeed, we must say that what comes
    • actualities only in those domains of life where it is absolutely
    • shall have an altogether different social life when men can hear
    • now refer, our breathing will attune itself to the life of feeling of
    • intimate the social life of man will tend to become! Certainly it will
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    • life, can come only through a training in unselfishness, and under the
    • to active soul life.
    • In relation to our moral life, our understanding of the world, and in
    • conscious life is and must be on its way to unselfishness. In a certain
    • life. If the same degree of selfishness could take over our senses, it would
    • intellectual and emotional life, and they wished to experience the effect
    • earthly life in which his eyes, if they had developed as they would have
    • consider what is intrinsic in our life-organism. What is its essential
    • own independent life within us. In ordinary normal conditions this is not
    • act upon earth to prevent the withering of plant life, so must the Sun
    • in us.” In his moral and intellectual life man must learn to say,
    • life and life in superphysical worlds. From the spiritual world Christ
    • the human sense, life and psychic organs unselfish. It is now man's task
    • to learn unselfishness in his moral and intellectual life through his
    • unselfishness for the intellectual and moral life of future humanity, we
    • scientific impulses that are striving to enter our present life. Then that
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    • life, can come only through a training in unselfishness, and under the
    • to active soul life.
    • In relation to our moral life, our understanding of the world, and in
    • conscious life is and must be on its way to unselfishness. In a certain
    • life. If the same degree of selfishness could take over our senses, it would
    • intellectual and emotional life, and they wished to experience the effect
    • earthly life in which his eyes, if they had developed as they would have
    • consider what is intrinsic in our life-organism. What is its essential
    • own independent life within us. In ordinary normal conditions this is not
    • act upon earth to prevent the withering of plant life, so must the Sun
    • in us.” In his moral and intellectual life man must learn to say,
    • life and life in superphysical worlds. From the spiritual world Christ
    • the human sense, life and psychic organs unselfish. It is now man's task
    • to learn unselfishness in his moral and intellectual life through his
    • unselfishness for the intellectual and moral life of future humanity, we
    • scientific impulses that are striving to enter our present life. Then that
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    • the first periods of life, and it is many years since I first
    • periphery of the human organism occurs only at a later stage in life.
    • the senses are during the rest of human life. The child is still in
    • All this goes on gradually throughout the period of life between the
    • birth into this earthly life.
    • life, slip by degrees into the brain formation and saturate the organs
    • adult life, our organs have imprisoned in them the several forms and
    • another life. It sends them down into the physical organs, so that
    • later life.
    • human life for human actions to be instilled into the essence of the
    • contains all that man takes with him into his further life of soul and
    • that we do in life. Then we go outward again, together with everything
    • fact is that all that happens in the moral life, and all that happens
    • and in our next earthly life it is incorporated in the human being
    • earthly life, at the beginning of our next life on earth.
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    • the first periods of life, and it is many years since I first
    • periphery of the human organism occurs only at a later stage in life.
    • the senses are during the rest of human life. The child is still in
    • All this goes on gradually throughout the period of life between the
    • birth into this earthly life.
    • life, slip by degrees into the brain formation and saturate the organs
    • adult life, our organs have imprisoned in them the several forms and
    • another life. It sends them down into the physical organs, so that
    • later life.
    • human life for human actions to be instilled into the essence of the
    • contains all that man takes with him into his further life of soul and
    • that we do in life. Then we go outward again, together with everything
    • fact is that all that happens in the moral life, and all that happens
    • and in our next earthly life it is incorporated in the human being
    • earthly life, at the beginning of our next life on earth.
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    • HUMAN LIFE IN THE LIGHT OF SPIRITUAL SCIENCE
    • life of the present day, why such a movement is necessary. And it is easy to
    • are of no use in real life, and which are no concern of those who are obliged
    • taken place in human life during this period in comparison with the
    • fundamental change in human existence and in the conditions of daily life.
    • when compared to that of a not very distant past! If we envisage human life
    • one presented by that vanished era. Such a survey would show us the life
    • knowing something about the meaning and essential significance of life.
    • acquire by his own handiwork. In the course of life, attention is drawn to
    • sense has this soul life within the outer physical world? A perfectly
    • tasks and daily life, it brings to the individual the element of religious
    • life. In this way the eternal meaning is disclosed of what occurs in the
    • upon physical life is transformed for him into the portal to the everlasting
    • and immortal life of the soul.
    • between outer life in the physical world and religious revelation, religious
    • opinion concerning contemporary human life, fails to take into account that
    • particular form to this life which compels us today to regard all questions
    • affecting life in a way which must extend beyond the limits of generalities.
    • conditions of life should change completely during definite periods of time,
    • human being attain the ability to adjust individual soul life to the change.
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    • life of the present day, why such a movement is necessary. And it is easy to
    • are of no use in real life, and which are no concern of those who are obliged
    • taken place in human life during this period in comparison with the
    • fundamental change in human existence and in the conditions of daily life.
    • when compared to that of a not very distant past! If we envisage human life
    • one presented by that vanished era. Such a survey would show us the life
    • knowing something about the meaning and essential significance of life.
    • acquire by his own handiwork. In the course of life, attention is drawn to
    • sense has this soul life within the outer physical world? A perfectly
    • tasks and daily life, it brings to the individual the element of religious
    • life. In this way the eternal meaning is disclosed of what occurs in the
    • upon physical life is transformed for him into the portal to the everlasting
    • and immortal life of the soul.
    • between outer life in the physical world and religious revelation, religious
    • opinion concerning contemporary human life, fails to take into account that
    • particular form to this life which compels us today to regard all questions
    • affecting life in a way which must extend beyond the limits of generalities.
    • conditions of life should change completely during definite periods of time,
    • human being attain the ability to adjust individual soul life to the change.
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    • theory of life as developed by anthroposophy will have been outlined.
    • life personal guidance is supposedly necessary. The nature of such
    • life as if reincarnation and karma were truths and they will become
    • understanding of it can be gained if one lives one's life as if karma
    • He who permeates himself with this mood and looks at his life and all
    • comprehend the laws of karma if you view life in this manner.
    • schooling; the aspirant must view life in these ways. He does not,
    • who views life thus with an open mind is prepared to receive mystical
    • simple. It is essential, therefore, that one have one's thought-life
    • thinking and are unable to control their thought-life through their own
    • In pondering the demands everyday life makes it becomes clear that it
    • sentences. One must allow such sentences to quicken and come to life
    • with this contemplative inner life. The great spiritual truths that he
    • important aspects of soul life, through commercial channels. Occult
    • sometimes the hardships of life itself can develop. There are three
    • from all the fetters obstructing this inner life. We must realize that
    • love-filled existence and his life becomes one of divine worship, all
    • the Way of Life!
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    • theory of life as developed by anthroposophy will have been outlined.
    • life personal guidance is supposedly necessary. The nature of such
    • life as if reincarnation and karma were truths and they will become
    • understanding of it can be gained if one lives one's life as if karma
    • He who permeates himself with this mood and looks at his life and all
    • comprehend the laws of karma if you view life in this manner.
    • schooling; the aspirant must view life in these ways. He does not,
    • who views life thus with an open mind is prepared to receive mystical
    • simple. It is essential, therefore, that one have one's thought-life
    • thinking and are unable to control their thought-life through their own
    • In pondering the demands everyday life makes it becomes clear that it
    • sentences. One must allow such sentences to quicken and come to life
    • with this contemplative inner life. The great spiritual truths that he
    • important aspects of soul life, through commercial channels. Occult
    • sometimes the hardships of life itself can develop. There are three
    • from all the fetters obstructing this inner life. We must realize that
    • love-filled existence and his life becomes one of divine worship, all
    • the Way of Life!
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    • preearthly life. In a certain sense it is then sent down as spiritual
    • essentially during the entire physical life on earth, but it does not
    • express itself during physical earthly life as something outwardly
    • entire life. It is somewhat different in character, however, from the
    • earthly life. And this is what I would like to speak about today.
    • appear during earthly life. During earthly life there is a continuous
    • certain extent a destructive process. Our life would be much shorter
    • breathing process, the longer our life will be.
    • life of the body. But when a damming up is brought about by an
    • life-forces through the etheric in streaming downward. You could say
    • arrangements in all social life need to be related to what can be
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    • preearthly life. In a certain sense it is then sent down as spiritual
    • essentially during the entire physical life on earth, but it does not
    • express itself during physical earthly life as something outwardly
    • entire life. It is somewhat different in character, however, from the
    • earthly life. And this is what I would like to speak about today.
    • appear during earthly life. During earthly life there is a continuous
    • certain extent a destructive process. Our life would be much shorter
    • breathing process, the longer our life will be.
    • life of the body. But when a damming up is brought about by an
    • life-forces through the etheric in streaming downward. You could say
    • arrangements in all social life need to be related to what can be
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    • modern spiritual life. It shall be considered from the standpoint I
    • pertaining to the spiritual life of the soul must therefore be
    • many in our time the most important question in the spiritual life of
    • concerns human souls today when they consider higher aspects of life.
    • Granted, in ordinary life and science the soul does indeed confront
    • attention and devotion. Ordinarily, the soul-spiritual life uses the
    • water, so is this life closely connected with the body, within which
    • itself out of the body, the soul acquires an inner life of its own.
    • event are derived from experiences of the soul in its life within the
    • external life is not meant to be taken metaphorically. It is intended
    • intend to write on that theme, the mystical life of the Christian,
    • embryonic life, passes through stages of development that resemble
    • valid only in the sphere of spiritual life it presents a rather
    • we may ask if the life of humanity as a whole can be compared with
    • compared with the life of a single man.
    • human life the experiences of childhood are not the same as those of
    • forms in the various ages of life.
    • The following question now arises. What stage in the individual life
    • life on earth he does not inherit everything from his mother and
    • life in the spirit to an existence on earth, and that the spiritual
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    • modern spiritual life. It shall be considered from the standpoint I
    • pertaining to the spiritual life of the soul must therefore be
    • many in our time the most important question in the spiritual life of
    • concerns human souls today when they consider higher aspects of life.
    • Granted, in ordinary life and science the soul does indeed confront
    • attention and devotion. Ordinarily, the soul-spiritual life uses the
    • water, so is this life closely connected with the body, within which
    • itself out of the body, the soul acquires an inner life of its own.
    • event are derived from experiences of the soul in its life within the
    • external life is not meant to be taken metaphorically. It is intended
    • intend to write on that theme, the mystical life of the Christian,
    • embryonic life, passes through stages of development that resemble
    • valid only in the sphere of spiritual life it presents a rather
    • we may ask if the life of humanity as a whole can be compared with
    • compared with the life of a single man.
    • human life the experiences of childhood are not the same as those of
    • forms in the various ages of life.
    • The following question now arises. What stage in the individual life
    • life on earth he does not inherit everything from his mother and
    • life in the spirit to an existence on earth, and that the spiritual
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    • which he is physically linked with all earthly life. So long as we
    • course fix our attention mainly on the times we spend in waking life.
    • his whole existence — even for what he is and does in earthly life.
    • When we look back in memory from any given point in our life, we
    • so. For if we had to look back into a life uninterrupted by sleep, we
    • life are the times we spent in sleep as very little children. We
    • our life; in a sense, we only supplement them by what accrues to us
    • spiritually night by night during the rest of life. If we came into
    • darkness when you look back on your own life. The times you spent
    • asleep appear as darkness in the midst of life. And in reality it is to
    • these darknesses of life that you say ‘I.’ If you did not see the
    • also sleeping. The Ego as we know it in this earthly life is, to begin
    • with, darkness of life, emptiness, even non-existence. If we consider our
    • life truly, we shall not say that we owe our consciousness of self to the
    • ordinary waking life, man's earthly life and action was far more
    • spiritual world. Before we came down into earthly life it was in the
    • body does in waking life.
    • human Ego dwells in waking life by day. Moreover in the breathing organs
    • astral body, leaving behind the body of our waking life, Angels,
    • as to our ether-body, even in our day-waking life we are not able to
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  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • which he is physically linked with all earthly life. So long as we
    • course fix our attention mainly on the times we spend in waking life.
    • his whole existence — even for what he is and does in earthly life.
    • When we look back in memory from any given point in our life, we
    • so. For if we had to look back into a life uninterrupted by sleep, we
    • life are the times we spent in sleep as very little children. We
    • our life; in a sense, we only supplement them by what accrues to us
    • spiritually night by night during the rest of life. If we came into
    • darkness when you look back on your own life. The times you spent
    • asleep appear as darkness in the midst of life. And in reality it is to
    • these darknesses of life that you say ‘I.’ If you did not see the
    • also sleeping. The Ego as we know it in this earthly life is, to begin
    • with, darkness of life, emptiness, even non-existence. If we consider our
    • life truly, we shall not say that we owe our consciousness of self to the
    • ordinary waking life, man's earthly life and action was far more
    • spiritual world. Before we came down into earthly life it was in the
    • body does in waking life.
    • human Ego dwells in waking life by day. Moreover in the breathing organs
    • astral body, leaving behind the body of our waking life, Angels,
    • as to our ether-body, even in our day-waking life we are not able to
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  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • they had undergone a certain experience in spiritual life or had lived a
    • simple country life, whether they came from large cities or the loneliest
    • of life. The hermits above, immersed in peaceful contemplation and in the
    • life of nature, show how a relationship can be established between man's
    • sentiments throughout life, no matter how old they grew, and that there
    • He who observes his inner life of thinking, feeling and willing, and the
    • close connection between weather changes and his inner life. "O winter, how
    • and commercial life will grow increasingly strong. The earth's winter can
    • that can never be abandoned. The Christ impulse, related to all human life
    • In the inner winter life.
    • The sign of highest life
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    • they had undergone a certain experience in spiritual life or had lived a
    • simple country life, whether they came from large cities or the loneliest
    • of life. The hermits above, immersed in peaceful contemplation and in the
    • life of nature, show how a relationship can be established between man's
    • sentiments throughout life, no matter how old they grew, and that there
    • He who observes his inner life of thinking, feeling and willing, and the
    • close connection between weather changes and his inner life. "O winter, how
    • and commercial life will grow increasingly strong. The earth's winter can
    • that can never be abandoned. The Christ impulse, related to all human life
    • In the inner winter life.
    • The sign of highest life
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    • From the lectures“Significant Facts Pertaining to the Spiritual Life of the Middle of the XIXth Century”
    • Significant Facts Pertaining to the Spiritual Life of the Middle of the XIXth Century.
    • shape were altogether the expression of his inner life. The human being
    • and the conditions of life will be like, if the materialistic direction
    • of spiritual science, our meditative life will enable us to feel eternal,
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    • Significant Facts Pertaining to the Spiritual Life of the Middle of the XIXth Century.
    • shape were altogether the expression of his inner life. The human being
    • and the conditions of life will be like, if the materialistic direction
    • of spiritual science, our meditative life will enable us to feel eternal,
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • however, that life itself, if one is attentive to it, confirms what spiritual
    • can be extremely useful in everyday life. This usefulness, which is not
    • conclusion. Such constant scurrying in the inner life is the most common
    • alcoholism” that has pervaded the important events of public life. This
    • and responsible positions in public life have had to study as one does
    • public life. But, as a result of their schooling, they are not inwardly
    • enough in life.
    • the nervous tendencies will disappear. In such cases, life itself
    • body. The restless daily bustle of modern life does not allow them the
    • modern life could be dispensed with, and they would find the time to
    • life. Nevertheless, it is still a good exercise to practice in later years.
    • unfulfilled. Just examine your life and you will find countless desires it
    • procedure in later life, it becomes possible to make good much that has
    • wisdom of life that sustains and carries us forward.
    • but there is really no problem in life that should be treated this way.
    • involved. This is really difficult to apply in life. When a man has lied to
    • purposeful, healthy lives, we see how differently life must be grasped
    • for medicine when a man is ill. What is important is to order life in such a
    • The etheric or life body is the carrier of all life and
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    • however, that life itself, if one is attentive to it, confirms what spiritual
    • can be extremely useful in everyday life. This usefulness, which is not
    • conclusion. Such constant scurrying in the inner life is the most common
    • alcoholism” that has pervaded the important events of public life. This
    • and responsible positions in public life have had to study as one does
    • public life. But, as a result of their schooling, they are not inwardly
    • enough in life.
    • the nervous tendencies will disappear. In such cases, life itself
    • body. The restless daily bustle of modern life does not allow them the
    • modern life could be dispensed with, and they would find the time to
    • life. Nevertheless, it is still a good exercise to practice in later years.
    • unfulfilled. Just examine your life and you will find countless desires it
    • procedure in later life, it becomes possible to make good much that has
    • wisdom of life that sustains and carries us forward.
    • but there is really no problem in life that should be treated this way.
    • involved. This is really difficult to apply in life. When a man has lied to
    • purposeful, healthy lives, we see how differently life must be grasped
    • for medicine when a man is ill. What is important is to order life in such a
    • The etheric or life body is the carrier of all life and
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    • then certainly in the course of life. When I give pedagogical lectures I
    • the eighth, ninth, tenth, and eleventh years of life, then he does not have
    • will live itself out later in life as all kinds of physical illnesses. It is
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    • then certainly in the course of life. When I give pedagogical lectures I
    • the eighth, ninth, tenth, and eleventh years of life, then he does not have
    • will live itself out later in life as all kinds of physical illnesses. It is
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • life of the latter the Ego of Zarathustra passed over into him from
    • approached in these first stages of his life by means of our external
    • advantage throughout the whole of his later life. After the awakening
    • destined to work in the advancement of spiritual life on the physical
    • life we recapitulate those things which, as man, we have acquired only
    • consciousness. This pre-knowledge is crowded into a time of life when
    • incomplete. Man, in the early stages of his life and before his
    • thereby he became able to speak a language, to live his earth life on
    • in the Atlantean epoch would so have developed his whole life-culture
    • In the Word was the Life, and the Life was the Light of men.
    • “In the Word was the Life, and the Life was the Light of men.”
    • In it is Life,
    • And the Life shall become the Light of my Ego.
    • such clarity that it led to the Platonic Philosophy. Then the life of
    • And the Life of the Thought is the Light of the Ego.
    • When man learns to understand the Life of Thought he will understand
    • Just as the Christ-Impulse now streams into the thoughts of life, so
    • Man, looking back at his life, will realize that just as he can
    • perceives facts which live in his ordinary life as Memory. He will not
    • And the Memory is Life.
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    • life of the latter the Ego of Zarathustra passed over into him from
    • approached in these first stages of his life by means of our external
    • advantage throughout the whole of his later life. After the awakening
    • destined to work in the advancement of spiritual life on the physical
    • life we recapitulate those things which, as man, we have acquired only
    • consciousness. This pre-knowledge is crowded into a time of life when
    • incomplete. Man, in the early stages of his life and before his
    • thereby he became able to speak a language, to live his earth life on
    • in the Atlantean epoch would so have developed his whole life-culture
    • In the Word was the Life, and the Life was the Light of men.
    • “In the Word was the Life, and the Life was the Light of men.”
    • In it is Life,
    • And the Life shall become the Light of my Ego.
    • such clarity that it led to the Platonic Philosophy. Then the life of
    • And the Life of the Thought is the Light of the Ego.
    • When man learns to understand the Life of Thought he will understand
    • Just as the Christ-Impulse now streams into the thoughts of life, so
    • Man, looking back at his life, will realize that just as he can
    • perceives facts which live in his ordinary life as Memory. He will not
    • And the Memory is Life.
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    • life of the present and future in the way that is customary in our
    • spiritual life primarily concerned with the external and visible
    • treasure for ourselves, for the eternal life of the soul, but to
    • which the form of external life belonging to the next epoch of culture
    • social life in which brotherliness prevails, freedom of thought, and
    • of culture and develop as individuals, raising individual life more
    • and more out of community life, we must in turn become conscious of a
    • a life of true community. You cultivate only individualism. Everyone
    • genuine community of life among men, a life where everyone feels
    • salvation lies in the Russian nature and in the Russian form of life
    • retain this life in the group soul; the others have risen out of it;
    • this life in the group soul does not in reality belong to the future
    • continued it would be a Luciferic group soul, a form of life that has
    • remained at an earlier stage, whereas the form of group soul life that
    • level where complete individuality is associated with a social life in
    • in opposition to the state that strives most intensively for life in a
    • group soul, or for conformity. But this striving for life in a group
    • life in a group soul. He has difficulties with it and he disagrees in
    • death for life. We try to understand how death is the manifestation of
    • form of existence. We describe the life of a man within his body and
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    • life of the present and future in the way that is customary in our
    • spiritual life primarily concerned with the external and visible
    • treasure for ourselves, for the eternal life of the soul, but to
    • which the form of external life belonging to the next epoch of culture
    • social life in which brotherliness prevails, freedom of thought, and
    • of culture and develop as individuals, raising individual life more
    • and more out of community life, we must in turn become conscious of a
    • a life of true community. You cultivate only individualism. Everyone
    • genuine community of life among men, a life where everyone feels
    • salvation lies in the Russian nature and in the Russian form of life
    • retain this life in the group soul; the others have risen out of it;
    • this life in the group soul does not in reality belong to the future
    • continued it would be a Luciferic group soul, a form of life that has
    • remained at an earlier stage, whereas the form of group soul life that
    • level where complete individuality is associated with a social life in
    • in opposition to the state that strives most intensively for life in a
    • group soul, or for conformity. But this striving for life in a group
    • life in a group soul. He has difficulties with it and he disagrees in
    • death for life. We try to understand how death is the manifestation of
    • form of existence. We describe the life of a man within his body and
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    • subjects concerning spiritual life. It may be permissible today,
    • everyday life.
    • of life from a certain exalted level. They raise this objection
    • instrument for the impulses of our spiritual life? Will we lose our
    • who are more narrowly inclined toward the care of the inner life
    • The effect of deprivation of light on plant life is well-known. The
    • same light that maintains life in plants makes it possible for us
    • also the element that maintains life in plants. This is physical
    • been explained that throughout life the etheric body fights against
    • incorporated, could not live a full life within the material world.
    • be carried out in the right way. The inner life is founded on them.
    • liveliness and their inner life consists of these. If this inner
    • life is not produced in the right way, it cannot react properly and
    • the unfolding of the actual inner life. When a man is forced to
    • full life. Thus, the astral body's inner flexibility comes up
    • earthly life, need not necessarily grow out of the virginal nature
    • will no longer restrict himself to a narrow life. The person who is
    • whole of life.
    • example a food that plays an important part in life, that is, milk.
    • moved by the earnestness of life to develop certain psychic healing
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    • subjects concerning spiritual life. It may be permissible today,
    • everyday life.
    • of life from a certain exalted level. They raise this objection
    • instrument for the impulses of our spiritual life? Will we lose our
    • who are more narrowly inclined toward the care of the inner life
    • The effect of deprivation of light on plant life is well-known. The
    • same light that maintains life in plants makes it possible for us
    • also the element that maintains life in plants. This is physical
    • been explained that throughout life the etheric body fights against
    • incorporated, could not live a full life within the material world.
    • be carried out in the right way. The inner life is founded on them.
    • liveliness and their inner life consists of these. If this inner
    • life is not produced in the right way, it cannot react properly and
    • the unfolding of the actual inner life. When a man is forced to
    • full life. Thus, the astral body's inner flexibility comes up
    • earthly life, need not necessarily grow out of the virginal nature
    • will no longer restrict himself to a narrow life. The person who is
    • whole of life.
    • example a food that plays an important part in life, that is, milk.
    • moved by the earnestness of life to develop certain psychic healing
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  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • way in each of these epochs of life.
    • other words, he remains with the life of the earth. What Christ is, and
    • the human being and stir the inner life, moving and weaving through it, the
    • habit. Like so many other things in modern life the Christmas festival has
    • nothing more than a phrase that modern life is so full of calamities and
    • This is in truth the deeper reason for the chaos in our modern life.
    • places what stars and planets reveal through an inner life, so that they
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    • way in each of these epochs of life.
    • other words, he remains with the life of the earth. What Christ is, and
    • the human being and stir the inner life, moving and weaving through it, the
    • habit. Like so many other things in modern life the Christmas festival has
    • nothing more than a phrase that modern life is so full of calamities and
    • This is in truth the deeper reason for the chaos in our modern life.
    • places what stars and planets reveal through an inner life, so that they
  • Title: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • that its life follows the cycle of the seasons. Take for example an insect:
    • such an insect's life, and find a certain connection between them, for the
    • animal organizes its life according to its natural surroundings.
    • Life of nature. But as humanity developed further, those instincts, which
    • nowadays we live in a time in which conscious inner life must replace them.
    • any such inner orientation but lived his life though, from birth to death,
    • handled his soul-life, below the animal level.
    • We may say, therefore, that the insect has a certain direction in its life
    • succeeding phase of its life. Mankind, however, has left behind the age of
    • that of the animals, but still instinctive. His life has taken on a newer,
    • more conscious form. Yet we find that man, in spite of his higher soul-life
    • and capacity to think, has given himself over to a more chaotic life. With
    • lost a particular inner direction in his life. This directing quality of
    • his life could be found once more by seeing himself as a member of the
    • human race, of this or that century. And just as, for a lower form of life,
    • And man needs to be conscious of how his own soul-life should he placed
    • deposited me into earthly life through birth. But to give myself up to
    • soul-life, belonging as I do to this particular epoch.’ An animal lives
    • concept of what we need to arouse in our own soul-life in this age, we have
    • had to consider the various ages of history from many points of view. Life
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    • that its life follows the cycle of the seasons. Take for example an insect:
    • such an insect's life, and find a certain connection between them, for the
    • animal organizes its life according to its natural surroundings.
    • Life of nature. But as humanity developed further, those instincts, which
    • nowadays we live in a time in which conscious inner life must replace them.
    • any such inner orientation but lived his life though, from birth to death,
    • handled his soul-life, below the animal level.
    • We may say, therefore, that the insect has a certain direction in its life
    • succeeding phase of its life. Mankind, however, has left behind the age of
    • that of the animals, but still instinctive. His life has taken on a newer,
    • more conscious form. Yet we find that man, in spite of his higher soul-life
    • and capacity to think, has given himself over to a more chaotic life. With
    • lost a particular inner direction in his life. This directing quality of
    • his life could be found once more by seeing himself as a member of the
    • human race, of this or that century. And just as, for a lower form of life,
    • And man needs to be conscious of how his own soul-life should he placed
    • deposited me into earthly life through birth. But to give myself up to
    • soul-life, belonging as I do to this particular epoch.’ An animal lives
    • concept of what we need to arouse in our own soul-life in this age, we have
    • had to consider the various ages of history from many points of view. Life
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    • We shall then see what a great impact on a person's everyday life these
    • knowledge of super-sensible worlds really fruitful in ordinary life. It can
    • what its connection is with ordinary everyday life.
    • capacities have any part to play in the rest of man's life? You will see that
    • tells you, we can see human life running its course in
    • man's organization during the first seven years of his life, become, as it
    • knowledge are the same forces that you grow with at the time of life
    • man's nature as it appears in ordinary life. Only there it is not so obvious.
    • A very important force in ordinary life — and we have discussed it many
    • moment of his life to try and remember something that he cannot
    • that serves life, this is apparently a physical process. This physical
    • of life, that is, up till the seventh year, the fourteenth year and the
    • So we have the earth's interior in the first period of life; encircling air in
    • the second period of life, that is, what the earth itself is embedded in. The
    • a strong, conscious capacity to re-experience later in life, as though with
    • overlook an important yet subtle observation of human life.
    • say in superficial life. Yet what he has taken in lives in his soul. At the
    • You know, these are the most valuable moments in life, when your
    • mental life does not have to be restricted to what comes to meet you from
    • the teacher's warmth are life-giving when they are re-experienced.
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    • We shall then see what a great impact on a person's everyday life these
    • knowledge of super-sensible worlds really fruitful in ordinary life. It can
    • what its connection is with ordinary everyday life.
    • capacities have any part to play in the rest of man's life? You will see that
    • tells you, we can see human life running its course in
    • man's organization during the first seven years of his life, become, as it
    • knowledge are the same forces that you grow with at the time of life
    • man's nature as it appears in ordinary life. Only there it is not so obvious.
    • A very important force in ordinary life — and we have discussed it many
    • moment of his life to try and remember something that he cannot
    • that serves life, this is apparently a physical process. This physical
    • of life, that is, up till the seventh year, the fourteenth year and the
    • So we have the earth's interior in the first period of life; encircling air in
    • the second period of life, that is, what the earth itself is embedded in. The
    • a strong, conscious capacity to re-experience later in life, as though with
    • overlook an important yet subtle observation of human life.
    • say in superficial life. Yet what he has taken in lives in his soul. At the
    • You know, these are the most valuable moments in life, when your
    • mental life does not have to be restricted to what comes to meet you from
    • the teacher's warmth are life-giving when they are re-experienced.
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    • in our soul and spirit life. If one looks at the matter this way, one
    • sleeping through the most important thing of all in life when they do
    • not begin to look at life from the viewpoint of Spiritual Science.
    • between them. We cannot confront another person in life with
    • basis of social life and which, when broadened, is really the
    • frequently find in social life that one person gets lulled to
    • evident to one who studies the realities of life. Above all things,
    • course you cannot go about continually asleep in life. Yet the
    • life continuously. Thus there exists a permanent disposition to fall
    • Simply because we are human beings, our soul-life swings to and fro
    • can from an occult perspective be seen to govern our life. When we
    • their development. Outwardly, in social life, structures must work so
    • that people do not totally lose their outer connections in life. Hence
    • of man's life that which most people apply only to youth. We sit on
    • the “school-bench” of life long after we have become grey. This
    • their education, that they are ready for the rest of life — at most
    • life if he wishes to tackle the tasks of life. It is vital that we
    • backbone of all social life.
    • to compare the illusions which have sway in social life with present
    • must be done so that social life and forms are consciously established
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    • in our soul and spirit life. If one looks at the matter this way, one
    • sleeping through the most important thing of all in life when they do
    • not begin to look at life from the viewpoint of Spiritual Science.
    • between them. We cannot confront another person in life with
    • basis of social life and which, when broadened, is really the
    • frequently find in social life that one person gets lulled to
    • evident to one who studies the realities of life. Above all things,
    • course you cannot go about continually asleep in life. Yet the
    • life continuously. Thus there exists a permanent disposition to fall
    • Simply because we are human beings, our soul-life swings to and fro
    • can from an occult perspective be seen to govern our life. When we
    • their development. Outwardly, in social life, structures must work so
    • that people do not totally lose their outer connections in life. Hence
    • of man's life that which most people apply only to youth. We sit on
    • the “school-bench” of life long after we have become grey. This
    • their education, that they are ready for the rest of life — at most
    • life if he wishes to tackle the tasks of life. It is vital that we
    • backbone of all social life.
    • to compare the illusions which have sway in social life with present
    • must be done so that social life and forms are consciously established
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    • point to impulses deeply rooted in the life of the peoples of the
    • life of the middle classes was infiltrated by the remains of a life of
    • mid-European life from the thirteenth until the twentieth centuries,
    • culminating in the terrible death-throes of social life that have come
    • soul-life of the widespread middle-class, and that of the descendants
    • latter were the people who really created the political life of
    • difference of soul-life between the so-called educated bourgeoisie and
    • collapsed, failed to gain any influence over social life or to produce
    • many domains of life, was really only able to give a few indications
    • spiritual life. At the end of the lecture yesterday I spoke of a
    • but which can be deeply indicative for those who study life in its
    • that such a true representative of Middle European life has no inkling
    • vantage-point of a rich life of soul, Hermann Grimm derived his gift
    • expression only to a rich life of the soul, not of the spirit.
    • essential for the life of the spirit. Here too there is something
    • conditions necessary for the life of the spirit, above all in the
    • social sphere; For the reason why the social life of Middle Europe has
    • life by emancipating it, making it independent of and separate from
    • they allowed it to be merged with the political life of the State,
    • man's life of soul. The only persons who can gain satisfaction from
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    • point to impulses deeply rooted in the life of the peoples of the
    • life of the middle classes was infiltrated by the remains of a life of
    • mid-European life from the thirteenth until the twentieth centuries,
    • culminating in the terrible death-throes of social life that have come
    • soul-life of the widespread middle-class, and that of the descendants
    • latter were the people who really created the political life of
    • difference of soul-life between the so-called educated bourgeoisie and
    • collapsed, failed to gain any influence over social life or to produce
    • many domains of life, was really only able to give a few indications
    • spiritual life. At the end of the lecture yesterday I spoke of a
    • but which can be deeply indicative for those who study life in its
    • that such a true representative of Middle European life has no inkling
    • vantage-point of a rich life of soul, Hermann Grimm derived his gift
    • expression only to a rich life of the soul, not of the spirit.
    • essential for the life of the spirit. Here too there is something
    • conditions necessary for the life of the spirit, above all in the
    • social sphere; For the reason why the social life of Middle Europe has
    • life by emancipating it, making it independent of and separate from
    • they allowed it to be merged with the political life of the State,
    • man's life of soul. The only persons who can gain satisfaction from
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    • life; everything experienced by the soul in the form of pricks of
    • us hither and thither on the turbulent waves of life often without our
    • his conscious mental life; the fact is that this spirituality is at
    • organic activity, inasmuch as organic processes, life-processes take
    • flow, life-processes are taking place. The will takes effect in the
    • sympathies and antipathies aroused by different forms of life, by
    • If the life of soul is studied from this point of view, great
    • illumination will be shed upon it. Waking life arouses in us sympathy
    • In normal life we do not notice the constant interplay of sympathies
    • and antipathies in the life of soul. But we become aware of it when
    • unfolds the element of antipathy in his life of feeling so strongly
    • that it plays into his waking life, his whole being is permeated with
    • say, to an abnormal intensification of the one pole in the life of
    • led to uttermost evil. The deepest secret of human life is that we
    • which, were they to gain control in the conscious life of a man, would
    • good. What is radically evil when it breaks into our conscious life,
    • is the counterbalance for our spent life-forces when it take effect in
    • for the spent life-forces? — the answer is: They are the forces of
    • the ear that hears of it. — Nevertheless man must realize that life
    • life, the mental life. The sleeping will lights up in feeling, and
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    • life; everything experienced by the soul in the form of pricks of
    • us hither and thither on the turbulent waves of life often without our
    • his conscious mental life; the fact is that this spirituality is at
    • organic activity, inasmuch as organic processes, life-processes take
    • flow, life-processes are taking place. The will takes effect in the
    • sympathies and antipathies aroused by different forms of life, by
    • If the life of soul is studied from this point of view, great
    • illumination will be shed upon it. Waking life arouses in us sympathy
    • In normal life we do not notice the constant interplay of sympathies
    • and antipathies in the life of soul. But we become aware of it when
    • unfolds the element of antipathy in his life of feeling so strongly
    • that it plays into his waking life, his whole being is permeated with
    • say, to an abnormal intensification of the one pole in the life of
    • led to uttermost evil. The deepest secret of human life is that we
    • which, were they to gain control in the conscious life of a man, would
    • good. What is radically evil when it breaks into our conscious life,
    • is the counterbalance for our spent life-forces when it take effect in
    • for the spent life-forces? — the answer is: They are the forces of
    • the ear that hears of it. — Nevertheless man must realize that life
    • life, the mental life. The sleeping will lights up in feeling, and
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    • questions concerning our inner life and our knowledge of the world;
    • ordinary life, of entering more deeply into the Nature that presents
    • after all, a fact of the life of soul, and one that becomes more and
    • man to continue in his ordinary way of life if he wanted to set out on
    • order of our life; it leaves us free to go forward in everyday life as
    • ordinary life, and what he becomes and is confronted with when he
    • abyss. In ordinary life man is unaware of the abyss; he simply does
    • ordinary life man is protected from crossing the Threshold. Call it
    • cultural renditions that change and develop, but man's life of soul is
    • processes in the life of soul, cannot bear the same meaning for
    • stand firm in extremely difficult and perplexing situations in Life?
    • thought from external objective life is connected also the birth of
    • detached from the inner organic life, and which (if the expression be
    • not misunderstood) becomes, even in ordinary life, cognition on a
    • desires, by what rises up out of our organism, out of the life of
    • the instinctive life, where we are able to awaken within us pure love
    • of his life of instinct. He is under necessity so to think that,
    • feeling of life and vitality within him. Although in our age we have
    • will. In ordinary life, they said, man must remain on this side of the
    • there is a quality in his life of soul that the men of old would
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    • questions concerning our inner life and our knowledge of the world;
    • ordinary life, of entering more deeply into the Nature that presents
    • after all, a fact of the life of soul, and one that becomes more and
    • man to continue in his ordinary way of life if he wanted to set out on
    • order of our life; it leaves us free to go forward in everyday life as
    • ordinary life, and what he becomes and is confronted with when he
    • abyss. In ordinary life man is unaware of the abyss; he simply does
    • ordinary life man is protected from crossing the Threshold. Call it
    • cultural renditions that change and develop, but man's life of soul is
    • processes in the life of soul, cannot bear the same meaning for
    • stand firm in extremely difficult and perplexing situations in Life?
    • thought from external objective life is connected also the birth of
    • detached from the inner organic life, and which (if the expression be
    • not misunderstood) becomes, even in ordinary life, cognition on a
    • desires, by what rises up out of our organism, out of the life of
    • the instinctive life, where we are able to awaken within us pure love
    • of his life of instinct. He is under necessity so to think that,
    • feeling of life and vitality within him. Although in our age we have
    • will. In ordinary life, they said, man must remain on this side of the
    • there is a quality in his life of soul that the men of old would
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  • Title: Lecture: Truth, Beauty, and Goodness
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    • facts of everyday life.
    • In earthly life the human being is conscious of his physical body, but
    • not by virtue of his own spiritual life, but by virtue of some profession
    • earthly world we have but her echo. Having left the pre-earthly life,
    • earthly life itself, once again with pre-earthly existence. We ought
    • can only be forged in the depths of unconscious life when man glows
    • earthly life itself to pre-earthly existence. A good man is one who
    • a man can quicken his etheric body into life through his feeling for beauty.
    • actions here on earth, if he lives a life of goodness. The sense of
    • in human life, assume far-reaching significance when we understand the
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    • facts of everyday life.
    • In earthly life the human being is conscious of his physical body, but
    • not by virtue of his own spiritual life, but by virtue of some profession
    • earthly world we have but her echo. Having left the pre-earthly life,
    • earthly life itself, once again with pre-earthly existence. We ought
    • can only be forged in the depths of unconscious life when man glows
    • earthly life itself to pre-earthly existence. A good man is one who
    • a man can quicken his etheric body into life through his feeling for beauty.
    • actions here on earth, if he lives a life of goodness. The sense of
    • in human life, assume far-reaching significance when we understand the
  • 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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    • 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: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • world-view of Spiritual Science, from a view of life and the world
    • the interests of immediate life. People believe — some as a
    • Spiritual Science; that it has not found the way to life as it is in
    • life. It will prove itself far more by building a real foundation for
    • the practice of life. It must not float in Cloud-cuckoo land or lose
    • everyday life, and which since then, has transformed the whole of our
    • life of public commerce, our whole social life? It happened little
    • life, but were that to be the case, the post office buildings would
    • life-element of the female soul. Against this we can put the judgment
    • humanity itself. People do not consider, however, that the life of
    • to gain a definite and significant influence in all areas of life. In
    • life of Italy; how woman stood in the foreground of intellectual
    • life, how they were equal to men and played a great part. And
    • life of the first half of the 19th century and sees what sort of
    • in all areas of life (not only in the area of higher education).
    • than was the case in earlier economic life. Woman is not suited to
    • gave him strength and certainty in life — this element was the
    • alongside the general inclination arising from practical life,
    • made by means of a microscope concerning the life and immortality of
    • solve the questions of Life and co-operate in all the cultural
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    • world-view of Spiritual Science, from a view of life and the world
    • the interests of immediate life. People believe — some as a
    • Spiritual Science; that it has not found the way to life as it is in
    • life. It will prove itself far more by building a real foundation for
    • the practice of life. It must not float in Cloud-cuckoo land or lose
    • everyday life, and which since then, has transformed the whole of our
    • life of public commerce, our whole social life? It happened little
    • life, but were that to be the case, the post office buildings would
    • life-element of the female soul. Against this we can put the judgment
    • humanity itself. People do not consider, however, that the life of
    • to gain a definite and significant influence in all areas of life. In
    • life of Italy; how woman stood in the foreground of intellectual
    • life, how they were equal to men and played a great part. And
    • life of the first half of the 19th century and sees what sort of
    • in all areas of life (not only in the area of higher education).
    • than was the case in earlier economic life. Woman is not suited to
    • gave him strength and certainty in life — this element was the
    • alongside the general inclination arising from practical life,
    • made by means of a microscope concerning the life and immortality of
    • solve the questions of Life and co-operate in all the cultural
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  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • resurrection of thinking: how dead thoughts can be awakened to life in
    • this body. They considered this an advance in the life of the spirit
    • in its progressive evolution and considered life on earth as an
    • uninterrupted stream of the life of spirit and soul. They did see, of
    • life of soul and spirit. Death was something pertaining to Maya, the
    • life, only. Although they saw death, they knew nothing of death. For,
    • their spirit-soul life was not ensnared by death. They saw human life
    • only from within. When they looked at birth, human life extended
    • beyond birth, into the spiritual. When they looked at death, the life
    • birth and death had no meaning for life. Life alone was known —
    • else, they had some other conception of the way in which the life of
    • has a meaning and that life on earth is something that ends.This, of
    • intellect, should enter life on earth. But the intellect depends on
    • man's life — was the outward acquaintance with death. If men
    • ancient Hebrew teaching had not received new life through
    • is the inclusion of death into life. Before Golgotha, the knowledge
    • of life did not include death. Now death became known as an essential
    • part of life, as an experience which strengthens life. Humanity went
    • through a weaker form of life when nothing was known of death;
    • intellect. Men possessed a comparatively weaker sense of life when
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    • resurrection of thinking: how dead thoughts can be awakened to life in
    • this body. They considered this an advance in the life of the spirit
    • in its progressive evolution and considered life on earth as an
    • uninterrupted stream of the life of spirit and soul. They did see, of
    • life of soul and spirit. Death was something pertaining to Maya, the
    • life, only. Although they saw death, they knew nothing of death. For,
    • their spirit-soul life was not ensnared by death. They saw human life
    • only from within. When they looked at birth, human life extended
    • beyond birth, into the spiritual. When they looked at death, the life
    • birth and death had no meaning for life. Life alone was known —
    • else, they had some other conception of the way in which the life of
    • has a meaning and that life on earth is something that ends.This, of
    • intellect, should enter life on earth. But the intellect depends on
    • man's life — was the outward acquaintance with death. If men
    • ancient Hebrew teaching had not received new life through
    • is the inclusion of death into life. Before Golgotha, the knowledge
    • of life did not include death. Now death became known as an essential
    • part of life, as an experience which strengthens life. Humanity went
    • through a weaker form of life when nothing was known of death;
    • intellect. Men possessed a comparatively weaker sense of life when
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  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • to be an all-important question for the education of the spiritual life.
    • life in the World of Ideas emancipated from sense-perception. The
    • We must attain the faculty to speak of the realms of Life and Soul,
    • Thus, for our spiritual perception, Space itself is called to life.
    • magnitudes, an inner life awakens in the dead “side-by-side.”
    • life flow into Natural Science through Infinitesimal Calculus. The
    • one of the paths to the purification from life in the senses. And just
    • as the mathematician is consistent in life, just as he is able to
    • mathematical laws, so does the Occultist shape life and soul in the
    • real life through his mathematical laws; the Occultist no less so
    • plans by which the Occultist works upon the qualitative forms of life
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    • to be an all-important question for the education of the spiritual life.
    • life in the World of Ideas emancipated from sense-perception. The
    • We must attain the faculty to speak of the realms of Life and Soul,
    • Thus, for our spiritual perception, Space itself is called to life.
    • magnitudes, an inner life awakens in the dead “side-by-side.”
    • life flow into Natural Science through Infinitesimal Calculus. The
    • one of the paths to the purification from life in the senses. And just
    • as the mathematician is consistent in life, just as he is able to
    • mathematical laws, so does the Occultist shape life and soul in the
    • real life through his mathematical laws; the Occultist no less so
    • plans by which the Occultist works upon the qualitative forms of life
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    • printed during his lifetime. They were anxiously kept away from the
    • youth. Some say that he was a poacher and led an adventurous life.
    • and daring, all bear witness to a life full of movement and colour.
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    • printed during his lifetime. They were anxiously kept away from the
    • youth. Some say that he was a poacher and led an adventurous life.
    • and daring, all bear witness to a life full of movement and colour.
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    • was printed during his lifetime. They were carefully kept under
    • adventurous life. These things have been adduced against his
    • his passion and daring, all bear witness to a life full of
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    • adventurous life. These things have been adduced against his
    • his passion and daring, all bear witness to a life full of
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    • explain the confluence of Life and Form out of the cooperation of Good
    • and Evil. Life becomes form through finding opposition. It does not
    • all at once express itself in a form. Only consider how Life hurries
    • from form to form. Life has fashioned the lily, then Life overcomes
    • be born. Life is formless it could (not?) live out its own nature in
    • itself. Life is everywhere. The limited form is the hindrance. There
    • would be no forms if Life were not obstructed and arrested in its
    • of that which at higher stages appears as fetters. The Life that
    • pulsates in the Catholic Church is the Christian Life. (From the time
    • of St. Augustine until the 15th century.) The Life therein is
    • Christianity. This pulsating Life emerges again and again. (As for
    • Life of the old Roman Empire. What was first republic, and then
    • surrendered its Life to the Form. (The old offices of the state were
    • continued further through the Bishops and Presbyters.) The new Life is
    • poured into the old Form. What was formerly Life, later becomes Form
    • for a new Life.
    • The fructification of Manes is today the Life of men. The Form is what
    • evolution was the Life of men. Now this is its outer shell, its form.
    • In the confluence of Life and Form, the other is given at the same
    • Life as such overcomes every Form. It propagates itself through
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    • explain the confluence of Life and Form out of the cooperation of Good
    • and Evil. Life becomes form through finding opposition. It does not
    • all at once express itself in a form. Only consider how Life hurries
    • from form to form. Life has fashioned the lily, then Life overcomes
    • be born. Life is formless it could (not?) live out its own nature in
    • itself. Life is everywhere. The limited form is the hindrance. There
    • would be no forms if Life were not obstructed and arrested in its
    • of that which at higher stages appears as fetters. The Life that
    • pulsates in the Catholic Church is the Christian Life. (From the time
    • of St. Augustine until the 15th century.) The Life therein is
    • Christianity. This pulsating Life emerges again and again. (As for
    • Life of the old Roman Empire. What was first republic, and then
    • surrendered its Life to the Form. (The old offices of the state were
    • continued further through the Bishops and Presbyters.) The new Life is
    • poured into the old Form. What was formerly Life, later becomes Form
    • for a new Life.
    • The fructification of Manes is today the Life of men. The Form is what
    • evolution was the Life of men. Now this is its outer shell, its form.
    • In the confluence of Life and Form, the other is given at the same
    • Life as such overcomes every Form. It propagates itself through
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  • Title: Man as a Being: Cover Sheet
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    • the sense of life, and the sense of touch.
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    • the sense of life, and the sense of touch.
    • four objective inner senses. Man's soul-life and his cosmic being. The
    • inner activity of soul-life and its outwardly directed activity. The
    • soul-life, belong to the bodily life. Faculty of ideation dependent
  • Title: Man as a Being: Introduction
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    • the sense of life, and the sense of touch.
    • The Story of My Life,
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    • the sense of life, and the sense of touch.
    • activity of our own soul-life, and the activity which we direct
    • life, and the twelfth the sense of touch.
    • of a common concept, a concept of what sense-life is supposed to be,
    • point to something of deep significance for the whole of human life.
    • component of our inner life; the sense of sight is directed much more
    • sense of movement, the sense of life and the sense of touch, we come
    • are. Our sense of life is that general perception of how our organs
    • are functioning, of whether they are promoting life or obstructing it.
    • take the sense of life — the same thing applies. Our sense of
    • life conveys to us processes that are quite objective. Imagine a
    • can be described quite objectively. What the sense of life perceives
    • to you by the sense of life; if it is not in order, the sense of life
    • your skin, the sense of life transmits it to you. To sum up, an
    • connection with the content of your soul-life. And the same thing
    • us that what we usually call soul-life is bound up with what we may
    • call soul-life, we can scarcely go further than from the ego-sense to
    • whole range of what we call soul-life. Something of the
    • into the sense of warmth, upon which our soul-life is much more
    • a very wide significance for our whole soul-life. But with the senses
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    • the sense of life, and the sense of touch.
    • soul life, and those which are more connected with the lower
    • believe themselves to represent the spiritual life of to-day
    • falls within the sphere of the moral life, a certitude which only
    • But the Gnosis was an essential element in the spiritual life of the
    • Indeed, a real understanding of the essential soul-life has for the
    • as the soul-life which is the outcome of the six upper senses, from
    • with spiritual life. If we turn our gaze back to ancient times in
    • soul-life, this true soul-life. So that we can say:
    • All these senses furnish experiences which nourish the spiritual life,
    • when spiritual life is present in the soul. And what humanity
    • The life of the soul then lost its spirituality, it became
    • on the path of this despiritualisation of human soul-life, and the
    • Sense of life
    • Sense of Life
    • to life, one cannot live by it. Life itself gives the lie to such an
    • nothing of God, of eternal life, but only believe in these things,
    • life, if they had to have the same trust in those about whom they knew
    • pre-existence, the notion of the life of the human soul before birth,
    • possibility of acquiring a scientific conception of life after death.
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    • the sense of life, and the sense of touch.
    • expression in everyday communal life. You find it in the relationship
    • as belonging by their very nature to the life of both soul and body.
    • factor in soul-life, but bound up with the bodily life; and on the
    • in the earliest years of a child's life one can clearly see to what a
    • confirmation of them in life itself. He will then find that it is from
    • apart from the head organisation, in an earlier earth-life. Thus what
    • we carry about in a particular earth-life as our head is the
    • transformed body (apart from the head) of the previous earth-life, but
    • metabolic-limb man is transformed during the life between death and
    • rebirth into the head-formation of the next earthly life. One must of
    • that his capacity for thought is connected with his earlier life on
    • condition the metabolic-limb system of this present earth-life. The
    • previous earth-life, and the other, the faculty of memory, he acquires
    • connection with this earth-life, does not suffice to enable us to look
    • back into the life before birth, to look back into our pre-natal life.
    • experienced these ideas in our previous earth-life; but they are none
    • early in embryonal life, before the essentials of the rest of the
    • own soul-life. We have far more organic consciousness of the whole of
    • an earlier earth-life.
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    • instreaming of the Michael-Power into the spiritual events of man's life on
    • the life on Earth, he has elaborated his karma, he then turns back again to
    • set the goal for the life on this Earth.
    • And we see further how what he thus had at the foundation of his life
    • And now I must draw your attention to something in the life of Raphael that
    • a life of Raphael. His “Life of Michaelangelo” he brought to a
    • Raphael's earthly life that gave him satisfaction. In his own view all he
    • earthly life of Raphael.
    • earthly life. The pictures are there, but one can look right away from
    • Such was the life of this being. And it was so, that this Raphael life
    • could only be, as it were, absolved in another life of thirty years — in
    • And now we behold the wonderful artistic power of Raphael come to life
    • When we consider the life of Novalis, what an echo we find there of the
    • Raphael life for which Hermann Grimm had so fine an understanding! His
    • with his life now that she has died? He tells us himself. He says that his
    • life on Earth will be henceforth to “die after her”, to follow her
    • to lead again the Raphael life, not touching the Earth, but living out in
    • life.
    • the life that flows so abundantly in them, we can discover the secret of the
    • the whole of life. The Michael Power and the Michael Will are none other
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    • instreaming of the Michael-Power into the spiritual events of man's life on
    • the life on Earth, he has elaborated his karma, he then turns back again to
    • set the goal for the life on this Earth.
    • And we see further how what he thus had at the foundation of his life
    • And now I must draw your attention to something in the life of Raphael that
    • a life of Raphael. His “Life of Michaelangelo” he brought to a
    • Raphael's earthly life that gave him satisfaction. In his own view all he
    • earthly life of Raphael.
    • earthly life. The pictures are there, but one can look right away from
    • Such was the life of this being. And it was so, that this Raphael life
    • could only be, as it were, absolved in another life of thirty years — in
    • And now we behold the wonderful artistic power of Raphael come to life
    • When we consider the life of Novalis, what an echo we find there of the
    • Raphael life for which Hermann Grimm had so fine an understanding! His
    • with his life now that she has died? He tells us himself. He says that his
    • life on Earth will be henceforth to “die after her”, to follow her
    • to lead again the Raphael life, not touching the Earth, but living out in
    • life.
    • the life that flows so abundantly in them, we can discover the secret of the
    • the whole of life. The Michael Power and the Michael Will are none other
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    • Death as a Metamorphosis of Life, [Der Tod als
    • put to direct application in everyday life, and we may sometimes be
    • inclined to feel it all rather remote from everyday life. But this is
    • reality it is very near indeed to the higher domains of the life of
    • And so we will study again to-day the life that takes its course
    • between death and a new birth — that life that seems so far
    • confirmed by the facts which meet us in life; if only life is properly
    • studied, they will be substantiated by the facts of life.
    • that consideration of the life between death and a new birth is
    • different from those of the life that can be pictured with the help of
    • existence. — We must assimilate the thought that life between
    • therefore, starts his life two kingdoms higher. On the Earth we get to
    • activity of the life between death and a new birth consists in
    • world. For in this life between death and a new birth we must prepare
    • already passed through many Earth lives. In every Earth life a whole
    • the dead has known in life; only those with whom acquaintance has
    • importance of the Earth life for the individual human being. If there
    • had been no Earth life we should be unable to form links with human
    • soul-life. When the dead becomes acquainted with a soul, he gets to
    • life; and it may therefore easily happen when the human being has not
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    • Death as a Metamorphosis of Life, [Der Tod als
    • put to direct application in everyday life, and we may sometimes be
    • inclined to feel it all rather remote from everyday life. But this is
    • reality it is very near indeed to the higher domains of the life of
    • And so we will study again to-day the life that takes its course
    • between death and a new birth — that life that seems so far
    • confirmed by the facts which meet us in life; if only life is properly
    • studied, they will be substantiated by the facts of life.
    • that consideration of the life between death and a new birth is
    • different from those of the life that can be pictured with the help of
    • existence. — We must assimilate the thought that life between
    • therefore, starts his life two kingdoms higher. On the Earth we get to
    • activity of the life between death and a new birth consists in
    • world. For in this life between death and a new birth we must prepare
    • already passed through many Earth lives. In every Earth life a whole
    • the dead has known in life; only those with whom acquaintance has
    • importance of the Earth life for the individual human being. If there
    • had been no Earth life we should be unable to form links with human
    • soul-life. When the dead becomes acquainted with a soul, he gets to
    • life; and it may therefore easily happen when the human being has not
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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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.
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture III: The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
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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
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VI: The Spirits of Form as regents of earthly existence. Participation of the Luciferic beings. The formation of race.
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    • Spirits of Form had regulated his life on earth.
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VII: Animal forms -- the physiognomical expression of human passions. The religion of Egypt -- a remembrance of Lemurian times. Fish and serpent symbols. The remembrance of Atlantis in Europe. The Light of Christ.
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    • of outer life — the first inkling of outer sense perception
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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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: Universe, Earth and Man: Introduction by Marie Steiner
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    • themselves to the mental and soul-life of the people of Europe.
    • a continual up-rising, maturing, and decay, in order that new life may
    • a life-time. The Theosophical Society cut itself off from this influx
    • of new wisdom, it rejected what would have infused new life into it,
    • soul-life of the expectant peoples of central and northern Europe
    • life, we become awake in the Spirit out of which we once were born.
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • outward again, to the cosmos, the origin of all life. Finally, the
    • they have immediacy and life.
    • talked about how closely connected nutrition is with our life and
    • then lifeless in our intestines. These substances are then
    • Thus, life
    • think in ordinary life. You see, if I move a table from there to
    • other, we have the right one, which throughout life usually remains
    • intelligent in later life, but more so, because I gradually transform
    • articulating. This remains the same throughout life.
    • life more inwardly, people living in a region where things are
    • as soon as we begin to observe human spiritual life, for example, the
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • outward again, to the cosmos, the origin of all life. Finally, the
    • they have immediacy and life.
    • talked about how closely connected nutrition is with our life and
    • then lifeless in our intestines. These substances are then
    • Thus, life
    • think in ordinary life. You see, if I move a table from there to
    • other, we have the right one, which throughout life usually remains
    • intelligent in later life, but more so, because I gradually transform
    • articulating. This remains the same throughout life.
    • life more inwardly, people living in a region where things are
    • as soon as we begin to observe human spiritual life, for example, the
  • Title: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • the Life Processes. Aesthetic Enjoyment and Aesthetic Creativity.
    • life-processes, and we have attempted to consider some of the
    • touch and the Life-sense, as they are now, we have had to regard as
    • important facts of life.
    • the life-processes work through the whole organism, circling through
    • still organs of life, still worked as life-organs, and that our
    • present life-organs were then more in the realm of the soul. Think of
    • life, a kind of return to the habits and peculiarities of what was
    • life-processes than sense-processes will occur. Or, to put it better,
    • a life-process and so to raise it out of its present lifeless
    • condition into life. Thus a man sees, but at the same time something
    • sense-processes are brought into movement. Their life is stimulated.
    • life-organs. The life-organs are imbued with a strong activity of
    • sympathy and antipathy. Think how much the whole of life depends upon
    • life-organs, are now poured into the sense-organs. The eye not only
    • Permeation by life streams hack into the sense organs, so we can say
    • that the sense-organs become in a certain way life-regions once
    • life-processes, too, then have to be altered. They acquire more
    • activity of soul than they normally possess for life on earth. It
    • happens in this way: three life-processes, breathing, warming and
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    • the Life Processes. Aesthetic Enjoyment and Aesthetic Creativity.
    • life-processes, and we have attempted to consider some of the
    • touch and the Life-sense, as they are now, we have had to regard as
    • important facts of life.
    • the life-processes work through the whole organism, circling through
    • still organs of life, still worked as life-organs, and that our
    • present life-organs were then more in the realm of the soul. Think of
    • life, a kind of return to the habits and peculiarities of what was
    • life-processes than sense-processes will occur. Or, to put it better,
    • a life-process and so to raise it out of its present lifeless
    • condition into life. Thus a man sees, but at the same time something
    • sense-processes are brought into movement. Their life is stimulated.
    • life-organs. The life-organs are imbued with a strong activity of
    • sympathy and antipathy. Think how much the whole of life depends upon
    • life-organs, are now poured into the sense-organs. The eye not only
    • Permeation by life streams hack into the sense organs, so we can say
    • that the sense-organs become in a certain way life-regions once
    • life-processes, too, then have to be altered. They acquire more
    • activity of soul than they normally possess for life on earth. It
    • happens in this way: three life-processes, breathing, warming and
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    • the social life of the present in the light of our recent studies of
    • the social life of our own time. The middle of the century brought a
    • find, in a certain sense, the direction for his life. These four are
    • how does man achieve real freedom in his social life? Schiller would
    • modern spiritual life.
    • social life requires. In every human being they saw an image of human
    • life, but the power to achieve real results was not in it. And today's
    • question, or if life puts a task before me, I myself form a judgment,
    • wrinkles, are not much wiser than they were at twenty. In life a man
    • what is achieved in later life is taken as a guide, when age is held
    • Thus man is a threefold being in practical life. If you read my book,
    • the extremities. I could also say: the man of the life of nerves and
    • senses, the man of the rhythmical life, and the man of metabolism. No
    • known to external science. The metabolism which goes through life as a
    • distortion, which ignores the deeper life that underlies all created
    • natural foundation of life. Second, legal regulation, which
    • spiritual life. Now we can see a trend towards making these three
    • realms into one. Economic life, it is said, must be brought gradually
    • capitalist. Spiritual life came long ago under the dominion of the
    • These three elements — economic life, legal regulation, spiritual
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    • the social life of the present in the light of our recent studies of
    • the social life of our own time. The middle of the century brought a
    • find, in a certain sense, the direction for his life. These four are
    • how does man achieve real freedom in his social life? Schiller would
    • modern spiritual life.
    • social life requires. In every human being they saw an image of human
    • life, but the power to achieve real results was not in it. And today's
    • question, or if life puts a task before me, I myself form a judgment,
    • wrinkles, are not much wiser than they were at twenty. In life a man
    • what is achieved in later life is taken as a guide, when age is held
    • Thus man is a threefold being in practical life. If you read my book,
    • the extremities. I could also say: the man of the life of nerves and
    • senses, the man of the rhythmical life, and the man of metabolism. No
    • known to external science. The metabolism which goes through life as a
    • distortion, which ignores the deeper life that underlies all created
    • natural foundation of life. Second, legal regulation, which
    • spiritual life. Now we can see a trend towards making these three
    • realms into one. Economic life, it is said, must be brought gradually
    • capitalist. Spiritual life came long ago under the dominion of the
    • These three elements — economic life, legal regulation, spiritual
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  • Title: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • there is a connection between the head of Man and his life
    • Similarly, the life of ideas, the life of feeling and the life of will
    • them in the following way. In ordinary waking life Man is fully awake
    • only in his head system — in all that has to do with the life of
    • thinking and ideas. Everything connected with the life of feeling
    • is a dream-life. Even in daytime the life of feeling pervades our
    • waking life with a life of dreams. What goes on in the sphere of
    • directly through the feelings themselves. The life of will is in still
    • have of the life of sleep.
    • lie beneath the life of feeling; and still more deeply unconscious
    • ideas lie beneath the life of will.
    • or the system of thought, a life of feeling and a life of will are
    • also present; only they are much less developed than the life of
    • this. In our life of ideas, in our head life, we have processes which
    • behind our life of feeling.
    • life runs its course in such a way that we can separate it into
    • one division that shows itself in the course of human life.
    • life — change of teeth, and puberty — but later are more or
    • human being about the twenty-first year of life is, for one who can
    • true, in fact, for the whole course of human life.
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    • there is a connection between the head of Man and his life
    • Similarly, the life of ideas, the life of feeling and the life of will
    • them in the following way. In ordinary waking life Man is fully awake
    • only in his head system — in all that has to do with the life of
    • thinking and ideas. Everything connected with the life of feeling
    • is a dream-life. Even in daytime the life of feeling pervades our
    • waking life with a life of dreams. What goes on in the sphere of
    • directly through the feelings themselves. The life of will is in still
    • have of the life of sleep.
    • lie beneath the life of feeling; and still more deeply unconscious
    • ideas lie beneath the life of will.
    • or the system of thought, a life of feeling and a life of will are
    • also present; only they are much less developed than the life of
    • this. In our life of ideas, in our head life, we have processes which
    • behind our life of feeling.
    • life runs its course in such a way that we can separate it into
    • one division that shows itself in the course of human life.
    • life — change of teeth, and puberty — but later are more or
    • human being about the twenty-first year of life is, for one who can
    • true, in fact, for the whole course of human life.
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    • it is said that the Greek's life of thought consisted in an actual
    • The life of thought in Greece was associated with a very definite
    • appearance in space of the life of ideas, and this life of ideas
    • experience, we cannot understand the further evolution of man's life
    • really come to pass in the life of humanity through the ages. A great
    • and far-reaching metamorphosis took place in man's life of soul and
    • spirituality which pervaded the life of the mind in the fourth
    • We take earthly life today as the basis of our ideas and concepts and
    • this earthly life. But the picture of the Universe thus arising has
    • civilised life today. The task before us is to begin once again to
    • outside, even during the period of embryonic life, are the active
    • Its most important period of development is during embryonic life. The
    • life. The beginning of a human life may really be said to consist of
    • wholly cease until after the thirtieth year. And our whole life and
    • the Sun and this has its exact parallel in the life of man.
    • during the first twelve years of life. Again we find the parallelism
    • planets, therefore, work on within the astral body through the life of
    • predestine him to be a thinker in the earthly life upon which he is
    • into which our civilisation has fallen, and bring a new spiritual life
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    • it is said that the Greek's life of thought consisted in an actual
    • The life of thought in Greece was associated with a very definite
    • appearance in space of the life of ideas, and this life of ideas
    • experience, we cannot understand the further evolution of man's life
    • really come to pass in the life of humanity through the ages. A great
    • and far-reaching metamorphosis took place in man's life of soul and
    • spirituality which pervaded the life of the mind in the fourth
    • We take earthly life today as the basis of our ideas and concepts and
    • this earthly life. But the picture of the Universe thus arising has
    • civilised life today. The task before us is to begin once again to
    • outside, even during the period of embryonic life, are the active
    • Its most important period of development is during embryonic life. The
    • life. The beginning of a human life may really be said to consist of
    • wholly cease until after the thirtieth year. And our whole life and
    • the Sun and this has its exact parallel in the life of man.
    • during the first twelve years of life. Again we find the parallelism
    • planets, therefore, work on within the astral body through the life of
    • predestine him to be a thinker in the earthly life upon which he is
    • into which our civilisation has fallen, and bring a new spiritual life
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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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    • 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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    • 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
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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 Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • prolongation of life, immortality. The universal law of the
    • religions and all those who participate deeply and sincerely in the life of
    • and without it man's life is lived out with incomplete consciousness. It
    • on-flowing life in the spiritual world.
    • stages of life. It is this: Nothing that a human being does not himself
    • what is now around you will become your inner life. You will take into
    • the tiny handful of men who ensure for themselves a place in the life of
    • life of our planet there are seven great epochs, and each of these seven
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    • prolongation of life, immortality. The universal law of the
    • religions and all those who participate deeply and sincerely in the life of
    • and without it man's life is lived out with incomplete consciousness. It
    • on-flowing life in the spiritual world.
    • stages of life. It is this: Nothing that a human being does not himself
    • what is now around you will become your inner life. You will take into
    • the tiny handful of men who ensure for themselves a place in the life of
    • life of our planet there are seven great epochs, and each of these seven
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    • of the life between birth and death. (In the very oldest Vedas nothing
    • value of the single life was emphasized and moulded the ancient Rishi
    • Atlanteans as their attitude to social life and their attachment to
    • it were in the Romans and become life.
    • spiritual life at its highest level was needed, and it was only to be
    • spiritual life. The new impulse could proceed only from a personality
    • could become life through what developed out of the Roman
    • this idea very life. The Christ is given form in the Jewish
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    • of the life between birth and death. (In the very oldest Vedas nothing
    • value of the single life was emphasized and moulded the ancient Rishi
    • Atlanteans as their attitude to social life and their attachment to
    • it were in the Romans and become life.
    • spiritual life at its highest level was needed, and it was only to be
    • spiritual life. The new impulse could proceed only from a personality
    • could become life through what developed out of the Roman
    • this idea very life. The Christ is given form in the Jewish
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    • published during or after his life-time. It was given to an audience
    • The Course of My Life,
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    • influence of the Second Hierarchy and begins to see Earth life as a
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Related Publications
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    • Man's Life on Earth and in the Spiritual World
    • Karma in the Life of Individuals and in the Evolution of the World
    • The Inner Nature of Man and the Life Between Death and Rebirth
    • A Scientist of the Invisible. An Introduction to the Life and Work of
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    • religious tradition to speak of the immortality of the life of soul,
    • psychologists, to those who set out to understand the life of soul, we
    • physical life we must be able to remember — for if the faculty of
    • recognised that the weaving life of Angels, Archangels and Archai is
    • corresponds approximately to the middle point of the life between
    • animal cannot do. The animal can only unfold its life in accordance
    • gaze. During his earthly life this archetypal picture was present in
    • things. Here, in earthly life, a man who has done good or evil deeds
    • earthly life, sounding faintly as conscience. After death we behold it
    • are wont to make in earthly life, where we are only too ready to make
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
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    • no great importance for the life after death; we need, therefore, only
    • life between death and a new birth on many occasions and from many
    • strenuous efforts during his life on Earth will not look the same as
    • stamped upon it in physical life, and what is retained tends to become
    • approached life with a certain boldness and bravery or whether he
    • invariably shrank away from the buffets of life, and so forth.
    • hands, which even in physical life are full of significance and
    • death this is true in a far higher degree; the life-history can be
    • As human beings begin to find their way into this new kind of life,
    • they meet there other human beings with whom, in earthly life, they
    • physiognomy I have described. During this period of the life after
    • whom destiny has in any way connected them in the last earthly life,
    • — or in any other earthly life. They learn to know one another
    • been speaking. Life consists, in this period, in learning to know
    • them. The first period of the life after death is thus a time when we
    • now, in a way that belongs to the life after death, to have
    • The first period after death is really a life of memories pure and
    • of remembrance of earthly life. But now comes a time when we begin to
    • Having lived our life together in a manner that is now revealed to us
    • through mutual understanding of our physiognomies, our future life
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  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
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    • spoke of the life of the human being in the super-sensible world
    • earthly life, a good man or a bad man, a wise man or a fool. These
    • spiritual, super-sensible world, the more does our life of soul become
    • out villain in earthly life and has now passed through the gate of
    • qualities were of like nature with himself in Earthly life. This is
    • Will becomes itself perception, becomes man's whole world of life. He
    • man. In the present age human life is such that those who investigate
    • super-sensible. A man who in earthly life rejected all that transcends
    • earthly life, he has no understanding at all of the Beings in the
    • life. The legs are wrought into the spirit-form of the lower jaw, the
    • If we are healthy in soul and spirit during our life on Earth, we are
    • earthly life. But during existence in the Sun sphere between death and
    • existence. Earth life presented itself to you then as a
    • “beyond,” very much as the super-sensible life presents
    • it that on one occasion you describe man's life between death and
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • In the lecture this afternoon the life between death and a new birth
    • the heavens and some particular region of super-sensible life. As an
    • objection to this it could be said that the life which stretches
    • life between death and a new birth, man passes into the Sun sphere. In
    • transformed into the head of the next earthly life. It must of course
    • cosmic harmony and cosmic melody. It is chiefly the life of feeling
    • What we need at this stage of life between death and a new birth is
    • connected with the inner life and experience of the soul. To speak
    • life and being of the soul. The “b” sound is primordially
    • be man's guide and show him how the life of soul and spirit can be
    • as it is to-day is certainly not born from the life of soul! It is
    • no longer any soul in them, any life, — nay, are not even
    • the head as it will be in his next life on Earth. In the Sun
    • of personal life, such as, How am I to get back to Amsterdam? —
    • faculty of memory that will be necessary in his life on Earth. The
    • looking upon the life of man between death and a new birth is a sense
    • earthly life. For it is really so, that the foundations of the limbs
    • of the previous earthly life come forth as the foundations of the head
    • planetary world on the way to his next earthly life the germs for
    • into his being, he has been living, not within his own life of
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    • world in which man verily lives his life between death and a new
    • his life will lack energy and vigour; and human love that is really
    • Let us think, to begin with, of man as he is here in earthly life,
    • impressions and sense experiences signify in life. Studies such as we
    • have been pursuing in this course of lectures take us beyond the life
    • the life of the senses, making us feel that it is, after all, of
    • still in earthly life. Such a feeling can never be the final
    • that there is an inferior way of taking the life of the senses
    • that it is possible for man to lose the life of the senses in its less
    • starry heavens, mean so little in human life that they must be
    • enhancement of the dignity of human life, you will find that the words
    • majesty of the earthly life of the senses. Wonderful, full of poetry
    • to speak of the development of spiritual life in imagery drawn from
    • other senses, are indeed connected with his Ego, with its whole life
    • Life has, we all know well, to be endured and much that life brings is
    • super-sensible forces in the human being during earthly life, then we
    • metamorphosis from an earlier to a later earthly life. At the stage of
    • realise that what has been described in connection with the life
    • our life on this physical Earth. It is all there within man when he is
    • the course of your life, maybe with many a one long since gone hence.
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  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • assimilated, is enough for the rest of life. I have often
    • reason being that the truths of natural science are lifeless
    • are living concepts; if we condemn them to lifelessness because
    • LIFE is the state of consciousness that is most familiar to
    • ordinary life and knowledge, could solve the problems of life
    • about the deeper foundations of life and, while not perhaps
    • the problems of life yet retains the longing to know something
    • those who do not observe life sufficiently closely into
    • observes the phenomena of life with a certain impartiality will
    • that an understanding of life may result from an understanding
    • state of sleep there emerges first the life of dreams. This
    • dream life consists of pictures, and if one pays attention to
    • this life of dreams, it is easy to observe that its pictures
    • are related to ordinary life and consciousness. Even if it can
    • waking life.
    • dream pictures are more or less taken from ordinary life
    • weapon — all these are borrowed from life. The pictures
    • derive their content from life, but this is only the
    • body, then these pictures are formed out of life. For in
    • body. These dream pictures taken from ordinary life are formed
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    • assimilated, is enough for the rest of life. I have often
    • reason being that the truths of natural science are lifeless
    • are living concepts; if we condemn them to lifelessness because
    • LIFE is the state of consciousness that is most familiar to
    • ordinary life and knowledge, could solve the problems of life
    • about the deeper foundations of life and, while not perhaps
    • the problems of life yet retains the longing to know something
    • those who do not observe life sufficiently closely into
    • observes the phenomena of life with a certain impartiality will
    • that an understanding of life may result from an understanding
    • state of sleep there emerges first the life of dreams. This
    • dream life consists of pictures, and if one pays attention to
    • this life of dreams, it is easy to observe that its pictures
    • are related to ordinary life and consciousness. Even if it can
    • waking life.
    • dream pictures are more or less taken from ordinary life
    • weapon — all these are borrowed from life. The pictures
    • derive their content from life, but this is only the
    • body, then these pictures are formed out of life. For in
    • body. These dream pictures taken from ordinary life are formed
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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
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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: Preface: The Foundation Stone Meditation
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    • strength and revelation in the crises of life. Therefore, it has been
    • of earthly life be traced, but that a vertical direction should be
    • eternal rhythms of life and death. Meditation will reveal the soul's
    • rigidification — were transformed. Death becomes Life.
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    • In World-depths, creating life.
    • In the Christ, death becomes life.
    • Into earthly life-stream.
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    • life. Modern Spiritual Science, the ideas of which we will try briefly
    • lives, so that they can say: ‘In comparison to my former life
    • tragedy or deep trial in life. Nobody can deny that in the lives of
    • kind of renewal, an awakening of very definite forces in the life of
    • trials in life, but of something that in the whole of human evolution
    • Being within him a life which gave a new orientation to all
    • man and the different relationships of social life, will readily
    • the spiritual life of the present day. When one speaks of a
    • actual life.’ This Gnostic conception is still held to be
    • the life of Jesus of Nazareth men have nevertheless looked up to a
    • century, research into the life of Jesus was substituted for an
    • achieved by this really serious research into the life of Jesus.
    • point of Christian spiritual life by the ordinary methods of
    • justified either. But there is no justification or proof of the life
    • believed to refer. People tried to re-construct the life of Jesus of
    • and by carefully chosen methods, to construct a ‘life of
    • can rise above himself into a higher condition of his soul-life,
    • life of sleep could know the reality of existence as a citizen of the
    • to the ordinary conditions of life, a remembrance arose of what had
    • in spiritual life, could then come forth as a prophet before the
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    • life. Modern Spiritual Science, the ideas of which we will try briefly
    • lives, so that they can say: ‘In comparison to my former life
    • tragedy or deep trial in life. Nobody can deny that in the lives of
    • kind of renewal, an awakening of very definite forces in the life of
    • trials in life, but of something that in the whole of human evolution
    • Being within him a life which gave a new orientation to all
    • man and the different relationships of social life, will readily
    • the spiritual life of the present day. When one speaks of a
    • actual life.’ This Gnostic conception is still held to be
    • the life of Jesus of Nazareth men have nevertheless looked up to a
    • century, research into the life of Jesus was substituted for an
    • achieved by this really serious research into the life of Jesus.
    • point of Christian spiritual life by the ordinary methods of
    • justified either. But there is no justification or proof of the life
    • believed to refer. People tried to re-construct the life of Jesus of
    • and by carefully chosen methods, to construct a ‘life of
    • can rise above himself into a higher condition of his soul-life,
    • life of sleep could know the reality of existence as a citizen of the
    • to the ordinary conditions of life, a remembrance arose of what had
    • in spiritual life, could then come forth as a prophet before the
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    • life. To-day we shall consider how an impulse akin to that of
    • and try to discover the laws underlying its growth and life? Is not
    • element of life. He speaks in a wonderful way about symphonic music.
    • inner and outer life is directed and controlled by himself; he
    • comprehensive work of art in which the inner life of a human being
    • for art. Richard Wagner could not be a dramatist of everyday life, for
    • more deeply connected with the sources of life than can be expressed
    • in outer life. It was just because Richard Wagner's aim was to give
    • draw his characters from everyday life. And so he turned to the myths,
    • This urge to reveal the mysterious connections of life is apparent in
    • find that the mystical life is the source of them all.
    • life of soul was entirely different. He lived in a far more
    • Initiates send down their influences into human life. We must always
    • life of the peoples. Consciousness of this truth is expressed in many
    • faculties, then he is a Mystic — in every domain of life. No
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    • life. To-day we shall consider how an impulse akin to that of
    • and try to discover the laws underlying its growth and life? Is not
    • element of life. He speaks in a wonderful way about symphonic music.
    • inner and outer life is directed and controlled by himself; he
    • comprehensive work of art in which the inner life of a human being
    • for art. Richard Wagner could not be a dramatist of everyday life, for
    • more deeply connected with the sources of life than can be expressed
    • in outer life. It was just because Richard Wagner's aim was to give
    • draw his characters from everyday life. And so he turned to the myths,
    • This urge to reveal the mysterious connections of life is apparent in
    • find that the mystical life is the source of them all.
    • life of soul was entirely different. He lived in a far more
    • Initiates send down their influences into human life. We must always
    • life of the peoples. Consciousness of this truth is expressed in many
    • faculties, then he is a Mystic — in every domain of life. No
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • had reached its prime, two streams of spiritual life were flowing
    • lived within the streams of spiritual life which were wholly exhausted
    • human being to a lifeless nature. But Iamblichus would have
    • spiritual life, efforts were made to wipe out the principles whereby
    • stock would be worshipped as a God. In the thirtieth year of his life
    • away from the domain of spiritual life just as the heathen altars were
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    • had reached its prime, two streams of spiritual life were flowing
    • lived within the streams of spiritual life which were wholly exhausted
    • human being to a lifeless nature. But Iamblichus would have
    • spiritual life, efforts were made to wipe out the principles whereby
    • stock would be worshipped as a God. In the thirtieth year of his life
    • away from the domain of spiritual life just as the heathen altars were
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • and intermingling activity during his physical life begin to organise
    • whole course of mankind's development resembles the life-course of
    • duties upon us, the duty of shaping external life in such a way that
    • the great change which takes place in man's inner life may be
    • experienced even in his EXTERNAL life. Through the fact that
    • thinking grows more independent within the life of humanity, we
    • public life must now be organised into THREE SPHERES. In public
    • life, these three spheres are: ECONOMIC LIFE, POLITICAL or JURIDICIAL
    • LIFE and CULTURAL or SPIRITUAL LIFE. This need of a three-partition
    • does not like to penetrate into the deeper mysteries of life.
    • we have cherished in the past. In our external life, we must begin to
    • which have also been applied to social life, as ruling laws.
    • life, so the Bolshevism which tends to spread out in the East
    • life.
    • discover it in the three-partition of social life! All these things
    • social life may be very useful; but humanity should strive after the
    • goal of transforming social life in a real and true way, and this can
    • human beings still ignore a secret of life which is intimately
    • it in mind. This Secret of life consists therein that man, such
    • of PRACTICAL LIFE. Only if the human being is intimately pervaded by
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    • and intermingling activity during his physical life begin to organise
    • whole course of mankind's development resembles the life-course of
    • duties upon us, the duty of shaping external life in such a way that
    • the great change which takes place in man's inner life may be
    • experienced even in his EXTERNAL life. Through the fact that
    • thinking grows more independent within the life of humanity, we
    • public life must now be organised into THREE SPHERES. In public
    • life, these three spheres are: ECONOMIC LIFE, POLITICAL or JURIDICIAL
    • LIFE and CULTURAL or SPIRITUAL LIFE. This need of a three-partition
    • does not like to penetrate into the deeper mysteries of life.
    • we have cherished in the past. In our external life, we must begin to
    • which have also been applied to social life, as ruling laws.
    • life, so the Bolshevism which tends to spread out in the East
    • life.
    • discover it in the three-partition of social life! All these things
    • social life may be very useful; but humanity should strive after the
    • goal of transforming social life in a real and true way, and this can
    • human beings still ignore a secret of life which is intimately
    • it in mind. This Secret of life consists therein that man, such
    • of PRACTICAL LIFE. Only if the human being is intimately pervaded by
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  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • man’s spiritual life we must become broad-minded and we must
    • “Inner Being of Man and Life Between Death and a New Birth”.]
    • our life we think; we think, from the moment that we attain the
    • thought-life. From outside, the Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai work
    • body through our thinking, is employed during our earthly life as a
    • birth, when we live backwards through our life, nothing would occur
    • the form of a sphere; but it cannot do this because during our life
    • lived backwards through our earthly life and have thus gradually
    • quite a decent life without having a knowledge of the spiritual
    • that strange man, who lived for many years an extremely lonely life
    • persons would certainly say: “Towards the end of his life, he
    • things in life; this can only be explained through the brutality with
    • which they face life’s practical aspects. When I advance such
    • human forces which are also needed in practical life, can give rise
    • to-day that people actually believe that human life on earth is
    • which such things rise out of human life and pass through a soul such
    • observation of life, those who have really reached the point of
    • observations of life, if we simply bear in mind an external,
    • superficial observation of life ... for instance the fact that the
    • who takes the things he writes from LIFE.
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    • man’s spiritual life we must become broad-minded and we must
    • “Inner Being of Man and Life Between Death and a New Birth”.]
    • our life we think; we think, from the moment that we attain the
    • thought-life. From outside, the Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai work
    • body through our thinking, is employed during our earthly life as a
    • birth, when we live backwards through our life, nothing would occur
    • the form of a sphere; but it cannot do this because during our life
    • lived backwards through our earthly life and have thus gradually
    • quite a decent life without having a knowledge of the spiritual
    • that strange man, who lived for many years an extremely lonely life
    • persons would certainly say: “Towards the end of his life, he
    • things in life; this can only be explained through the brutality with
    • which they face life’s practical aspects. When I advance such
    • human forces which are also needed in practical life, can give rise
    • to-day that people actually believe that human life on earth is
    • which such things rise out of human life and pass through a soul such
    • observation of life, those who have really reached the point of
    • observations of life, if we simply bear in mind an external,
    • superficial observation of life ... for instance the fact that the
    • who takes the things he writes from LIFE.
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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • us pictures of happenings in the spiritual life of the Cosmos and in
    • the life of the human soul which express themselves in the forms of
    • life of the Cosmos and in the life of the human soul which express
    • we have a deep responsibility to the laws of the spiritual life, the
    • forces stream into the unconscious or subconscious life of the soul;
    • influence arising from the subconscious life. That is why we
    • always been known as Temples. You have already heard how the life of
    • life of the universe. The seeds of whatever comes to pass in the
    • life of the universe.
    • time one with the weaving life of the Divine. The temple that belongs
    • man? Only when man speaks, when his inner life of soul pours
    • new world of life arising. A man who quickens and transforms his very
    • who suffers a kind of death in Theosophy, will feel in his own life a
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    • us pictures of happenings in the spiritual life of the Cosmos and in
    • the life of the human soul which express themselves in the forms of
    • life of the Cosmos and in the life of the human soul which express
    • we have a deep responsibility to the laws of the spiritual life, the
    • forces stream into the unconscious or subconscious life of the soul;
    • influence arising from the subconscious life. That is why we
    • always been known as Temples. You have already heard how the life of
    • life of the universe. The seeds of whatever comes to pass in the
    • life of the universe.
    • time one with the weaving life of the Divine. The temple that belongs
    • man? Only when man speaks, when his inner life of soul pours
    • new world of life arising. A man who quickens and transforms his very
    • who suffers a kind of death in Theosophy, will feel in his own life a
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • such knowledge only takes hold of the thinking life of man. So long
    • as we have a Science whose only appeal is to our life of Thought, we
    • the most important) from our instinctive life, and cannot realise
    • descends into an earthly body. As we in ordinary life remember our
    • ancient times, he even knew of certain details of the life of soul
    • life of soul.
    • Greece all spiritual life was somehow related to the healing of
    • Men had increasingly forgotten their past life of soul
    • when they descended to this life through birth. In the light of the
    • been their very breath of life. In the Sun itself they beheld the
    • life, their present separation from the Father. They were the
    • pre-earthly life which they afterwards remembered when on Earth.
    • less able to kindle these memories to life, He who was afterwards
    • primæval humanity remembered in their earthly life — whom we
    • what human souls had formerly experienced in their pre-earthly life,
    • earthly life. Now He could say to His disciples upon Earth: In former
    • times I gave you the faculty to remember your spiritual life, your
    • souls to life again, that ye may bear them, once more a living soul,
    • of life, of comfort and of strength, “In Christ we die” —
    • of our own time. The initiate is one who does not approach life with
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    • such knowledge only takes hold of the thinking life of man. So long
    • as we have a Science whose only appeal is to our life of Thought, we
    • the most important) from our instinctive life, and cannot realise
    • descends into an earthly body. As we in ordinary life remember our
    • ancient times, he even knew of certain details of the life of soul
    • life of soul.
    • Greece all spiritual life was somehow related to the healing of
    • Men had increasingly forgotten their past life of soul
    • when they descended to this life through birth. In the light of the
    • been their very breath of life. In the Sun itself they beheld the
    • life, their present separation from the Father. They were the
    • pre-earthly life which they afterwards remembered when on Earth.
    • less able to kindle these memories to life, He who was afterwards
    • primæval humanity remembered in their earthly life — whom we
    • what human souls had formerly experienced in their pre-earthly life,
    • earthly life. Now He could say to His disciples upon Earth: In former
    • times I gave you the faculty to remember your spiritual life, your
    • souls to life again, that ye may bear them, once more a living soul,
    • of life, of comfort and of strength, “In Christ we die” —
    • of our own time. The initiate is one who does not approach life with
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    • influence and he would fain bring it into the orbit of his life, or
    • enabled them to put the speech-forming power into human life on
    • pedantry, which has gradually been creeping into man's life and
    • that one can come again to an understanding of the soul life of such
    • life of a Greek and the inner life of a man of the present day. To
    • not so at all, their whole life of soul was of a different character
    • into the life of man that in reality requires a higher hierarchy than
    • changes from one form of life into another. The actual event of death
    • in life had not, up to the time of the Mystery of Golgotha, been an
    • too quickly. Death had no place in the life-experience of the higher
    • an event of the life of Earth, it is an event of the life of the
    • quickened into life, — and that is through men coming to realise
    • the Gospel is quickened to life by an understanding of the Christ, an
    • become alive, become quick with immediate present life.
    • enter also into spiritual life itself.
    • branches of the trees, the plants are fading away, life is being
    • mineralised. All the fresh young sprouting life that we saw in the
    • become a festival filled with life and impulse. It has to express how
    • life of the First Beginnings to flow again in language, what a
    • a festival which gives a tremendous urge to human life, much as in
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    • influence and he would fain bring it into the orbit of his life, or
    • enabled them to put the speech-forming power into human life on
    • pedantry, which has gradually been creeping into man's life and
    • that one can come again to an understanding of the soul life of such
    • life of a Greek and the inner life of a man of the present day. To
    • not so at all, their whole life of soul was of a different character
    • into the life of man that in reality requires a higher hierarchy than
    • changes from one form of life into another. The actual event of death
    • in life had not, up to the time of the Mystery of Golgotha, been an
    • too quickly. Death had no place in the life-experience of the higher
    • an event of the life of Earth, it is an event of the life of the
    • quickened into life, — and that is through men coming to realise
    • the Gospel is quickened to life by an understanding of the Christ, an
    • become alive, become quick with immediate present life.
    • enter also into spiritual life itself.
    • branches of the trees, the plants are fading away, life is being
    • mineralised. All the fresh young sprouting life that we saw in the
    • become a festival filled with life and impulse. It has to express how
    • life of the First Beginnings to flow again in language, what a
    • a festival which gives a tremendous urge to human life, much as in
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    • physical life of humanity. It is by no means enough to admit that the
    • course, quite inadequate, but no other words are available.) The life
    • concerned with all that surrounds and is connected with his life
    • revelation of their life and being — because, if this
    • mental life, for the light was now shut off by the wall of which I
    • highly spiritual form of knowledge has become corrupt; the life of
    • not only to themselves but to the religious life of men, forces
    • life-breath is provided by the thinking of the West, permeated as it
    • Ural and Volga districts dwell those beings whose life-element is
    • happening here, their inner life will be taken hold of by the fiery
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    • physical life of humanity. It is by no means enough to admit that the
    • course, quite inadequate, but no other words are available.) The life
    • concerned with all that surrounds and is connected with his life
    • revelation of their life and being — because, if this
    • mental life, for the light was now shut off by the wall of which I
    • highly spiritual form of knowledge has become corrupt; the life of
    • not only to themselves but to the religious life of men, forces
    • life-breath is provided by the thinking of the West, permeated as it
    • Ural and Volga districts dwell those beings whose life-element is
    • happening here, their inner life will be taken hold of by the fiery
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    • in our so-called physical life between birth and death. We ourselves
    • the same direct way. Through our whole life in the elemental world we
    • other elemental beings, who accompany us throughout our life, and we
    • During our whole physical life between birth and death, there is a
    • perception, then, too, he can consciously converse in his life of
    • refined and delicate than those of ordinary life. Thus he is
    • there was a relation during earthly life between the one who has
    • attention to them. If we were wont to observe our soul's life
    • constantly let this finer, more delicate life of the soul be
    • conceptions, in our own life of ideas, for a certain length of time.
    • rays of force begin to penetrate into our soul's life. But this
    • into our conceptual life. It works its way rather into our habits,
    • into our whole way of life and conduct; into all this there streams
    • infinitely more tolerant. Now he who lives in the soul life in the
    • physical life. It is part of the very character of man, when he has
    • when, maintaining his connection with us in the physical life (the
    • connection which was begun during his own life on Earth), he comes up
    • meets us just in ordinary life. His feeling and condition as a whole
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    • in our so-called physical life between birth and death. We ourselves
    • the same direct way. Through our whole life in the elemental world we
    • other elemental beings, who accompany us throughout our life, and we
    • During our whole physical life between birth and death, there is a
    • perception, then, too, he can consciously converse in his life of
    • refined and delicate than those of ordinary life. Thus he is
    • there was a relation during earthly life between the one who has
    • attention to them. If we were wont to observe our soul's life
    • constantly let this finer, more delicate life of the soul be
    • conceptions, in our own life of ideas, for a certain length of time.
    • rays of force begin to penetrate into our soul's life. But this
    • into our conceptual life. It works its way rather into our habits,
    • into our whole way of life and conduct; into all this there streams
    • infinitely more tolerant. Now he who lives in the soul life in the
    • physical life. It is part of the very character of man, when he has
    • when, maintaining his connection with us in the physical life (the
    • connection which was begun during his own life on Earth), he comes up
    • meets us just in ordinary life. His feeling and condition as a whole
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    • How can Osiris be awakened to new life? Man must work towards the
    • life then a social theory is possible that grasps real life. Lack in
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    • souls, is not adapted to grasp the social-moral life. Present
    • prevails in the historical, the social, the ethical life is more or
    • active in the social life. I stated that in earlier times men were
    • number of Gods connected with their own life, but how they have whole
    • death and also leads a life between death and a new birth. Even from
    • but in order to know of this eternal part in life the Egyptians
    • happier life than in later times. The later human beings are the
    • a swan, golden rain, and so on; thus in ordinary life these Gods were
    • can only hold sway for the life that man knows between birth and
    • mental life. He connected the ancient Intuitional Beings with Gaea,
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    • super-sensible worlds and have still preserved life in the imaginative
    • this life-in-Imaginations. Osiris has been killed by his brother
    • said: Osiris was slain. They meant to say: the old life in the
    • Osiris. Together with the dying away of the old life of the world in
    • puberty entered — not only for the voice, but the life of
    • comes to life in me again, it is perception, it lives in me. That
    • of an alteration in their mental life, in the case of the woman was
    • to reflect, conceive abstractly. Over the whole life was spread
    • human life between birth and death. To the age of puberty he
    • the day; and what was spread out over the whole life between birth
    • during the whole human life between birth and death.
    • atmosphere, experience with my whole life, that, however, is
    • social life of man on earth was in fact also thought to be in
    • to say. As the individual man directed his life with his ordinary
    • in another. It is the sexual human being that lives his life through
    • another in another star, and one knew that one's life was ruled from
    • alive again, we must find ways and means to bring Osiris to life. I
    • living for the social life of men.
    • revivified? How can Osiris come to new life? How does man approach
    • again life and experience in the Imaginative consciousness?
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    • being had arisen with the appearance of life, but with the laws of
    • Generally in life if
    • element, however, has its significance for the social life, for the
    • spoken) — ‘the Letter kills, but the Spirit gives life’.
    • Imaginative life drew out of the spirit, as we described yesterday.
    • This ancient spirit gave life, and the livingness in that epoch of
    • proverb ‘the letter kills but the spirit gives life’ is
    • in life one becomes older. As a matter of fact modern mankind only
    • entering this life through the Gate of Birth? There arises the other
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    • impulses of human life must enter especially into the consciousness
    • science or in general life? This extraordinarily important
    • never seek to grasp the spiritual life of the soul cannot lift the
    • veil of Isis; he however can lift it, who grasps the spiritual life,
    • specially in this age as shadow-side of the spiritual life, he takes
    • than those we go by when in physical life we set our clock by them.
    • that the force which flowed through earthly life was the one which
    • and in human life, then it is as if he came into direct touch with
    • takes into his life through the forces of the Gemini-sphere, the
    • spiritual life, world-knowledge, world-conception. Man is shut off
    • Thus all that is connected with spirituality for this life
    • life between death and a new birth — is especially serviceable
    • the relationships of life. And the difficult years in which we are
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    • grows up and attains the age known to us as the average age of life.
    • the fifth decade of his life, and he always knew that the process of
    • life-forces, the fruit of these declining life-forces as a kind of
    • condemned to carry right through life the development they acquired
    • life-time lasted that was granted him after his fall. Four times
    • about through life itself. No one stand point should gain a footing
    • to indifference, but to strong and active life. And therefore he
    • has put before his audience: the whole life of Europe, above all,
    • however, the life of science and life of the State, must be
    • modern times into scientific thought or the life of the State. Now he
    • scientific and State-life.
    • of course speaking of the science, the political life of his time,
    • political life as he regarded them in 1828. Try for once to inquire
    • of the sciences which count for the most in public life: physics,
    • comfortable theory that the religious life makes different demands
    • observed, the religious life to the feelings. Both are to be nicely
    • but should be carried into the whole of life, above all the life of
    • forth which would be Christianized in its life of State and Science.
    • political life! How one must have longed for such words to kindle a
    • they believed they could trace more strength in the Catholic life
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    • life, we should never be in the position of really saying ‘I’
    • said ever come before us in life? What I have just said seems to be
    • arise: does it ever come before us in life? That is the important
    • thing: it appears in life quite clearly. The head is the instrument
    • the fact that in life as well we are really a duplex being. Not only
    • does our skeleton show the head and the remaining organism, but life
    • of the organism needs the whole of life up to death to do this. One
    • can in fact only experience in a whole lifetime what the head
    • years he would slowly have gone through, one after another, many life
    • of life, he now goes through rapidly, it might even be in
    • the life-wisdom of the whole life that might still have been lived,
    • enabled to see how a man assimilates life-wisdom, life-experience all
    • his life through. And one can study through it the relation between
    • social life. It is really true that during his young days a man takes
    • them. They are then head-knowledge. The rest of life that runs more
    • flexible one's whole life through. And one needs just as much longer
    • head-knowledge and can then in the course of life change it into
    • with human life. The dead have a speech today that we who are living
    • also ‘The Inner Nature of Man and Life between Death and
    • profound and significant law of life. One can acquire head-knowledge
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    • however, to solve the world-riddle in a moment; human life itself in
    • all circumstances and, above all, to human life in the way I have
    • concerned with human life, but with every possible kind of earthly
    • life of the cockchafer is connected with the in-streaming substance
    • and the life of the grubs with the out-streaming substance. I
    • intensive observation of human life one can see how man makes use of
    • has a share in our life, is inwardly interested in it. And
    • enter physical life through birth, and again we live as souls when we
    • incarnation. The dead live a spiritual life, and this life is
    • because our head is actually the grave of our soul-life as we led it
    • goes to pieces gradually during our life and the spiritual arises. We
    • Cosmic Life’.] And our life here consists in developing
    • head-life and heart-life enter into correspondence with one another,
    • and the shorter head-life really lives itself into the whole man.
    • Thus the whole man can then be rejuvenated during the lifetime to be
    • one's interest in them through every age of life. I only beg of you,
    • life. In the excellent book by Eduard Suess, The Countenance of
    • as we always carry within us something belonging to the next life,
    • are already here during our physical life preparing the next planet
    • in the future life of the earth. We have said that the earth breathes
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    • body is devoted to a retrospective view of his last earth life, which
    • earth life with the etheric body, and also with the physical body. As
    • imprints of all that the human being has gone through in life. This
    • stamps itself upon the cosmos; what has thus happened in our life and
    • and mode of our behavior towards the etheric body. Our life is not
    • means of his intellectual life, his feeling life, his will, that is,
    • conduct in life contributes to the configuration of the etheric body,
    • incorporated into it in the course of life. One can thus say that the
    • of forming mental pictures points in fact to our previous earth life.
    • earth life has expanded into the cosmos, has come back again, and now
    • system, stands our feeling life, which can develop on the foundation
    • what is ours from the earth. Between the two stands our feeling life
    • life.
    • tried to establish a connection between their rhythmic life and their
    • head life. For the epoch in which the ancient oriental wisdom
    • to speak, his former earth life; this past earth life became a
    • self-evident that he had had a previous earth life. He could perceive
    • us how the former earth life is connected with this life.
    • certain that the germ of the next earth life lies buried within us,
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    • body is devoted to a retrospective view of his last earth life, which
    • earth life with the etheric body, and also with the physical body. As
    • imprints of all that the human being has gone through in life. This
    • stamps itself upon the cosmos; what has thus happened in our life and
    • and mode of our behavior towards the etheric body. Our life is not
    • means of his intellectual life, his feeling life, his will, that is,
    • conduct in life contributes to the configuration of the etheric body,
    • incorporated into it in the course of life. One can thus say that the
    • of forming mental pictures points in fact to our previous earth life.
    • earth life has expanded into the cosmos, has come back again, and now
    • system, stands our feeling life, which can develop on the foundation
    • what is ours from the earth. Between the two stands our feeling life
    • life.
    • tried to establish a connection between their rhythmic life and their
    • head life. For the epoch in which the ancient oriental wisdom
    • to speak, his former earth life; this past earth life became a
    • self-evident that he had had a previous earth life. He could perceive
    • us how the former earth life is connected with this life.
    • certain that the germ of the next earth life lies buried within us,
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    • Human life is often said to be divided into two different states of
    • consciousness: waking life and sleep. The conception of sleep in most
    • At the present stage of evolution reached by man in earthly life, it
    • life. The reason why the Ego and astral body cannot unfold
    • sleep and they work on into the life of day, into man's
    • conscious life.
    • the experiences of Ego and astral body work into the life of day, by
    • thinking of the beginning of man's life. During the very
    • his way into the earthly life. You must not think here only of the
    • period which cannot, in later life, be remembered by ordinary
    • remembered in later life. When we speak of all that is experienced by
    • his way into earthly life.
    • man's life on Earth? Three things must be considered if we are
    • his pre-earthly life and proceeds to weave, in the dim consciousness
    • wonderful instruments for the expression of his life of soul,
    • certain faculties during his physical life on Earth.
    • for the most important activities of life; in left-handed people the
    • really to be understood until we can follow how, in later life, the
    • speech in everyday life, the astral body carries with it, out of the
    • language. But through the whole of life, the element of spirit and
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    • Human life is often said to be divided into two different states of
    • consciousness: waking life and sleep. The conception of sleep in most
    • At the present stage of evolution reached by man in earthly life, it
    • life. The reason why the Ego and astral body cannot unfold
    • sleep and they work on into the life of day, into man's
    • conscious life.
    • the experiences of Ego and astral body work into the life of day, by
    • thinking of the beginning of man's life. During the very
    • his way into the earthly life. You must not think here only of the
    • period which cannot, in later life, be remembered by ordinary
    • remembered in later life. When we speak of all that is experienced by
    • his way into earthly life.
    • man's life on Earth? Three things must be considered if we are
    • his pre-earthly life and proceeds to weave, in the dim consciousness
    • wonderful instruments for the expression of his life of soul,
    • certain faculties during his physical life on Earth.
    • for the most important activities of life; in left-handed people the
    • really to be understood until we can follow how, in later life, the
    • speech in everyday life, the astral body carries with it, out of the
    • language. But through the whole of life, the element of spirit and
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    • in their life of soul, it would be impossible to understand them. One
    • course of historic evolution man's life of soul has changed, we
    • thinking about the world and about life.
    • life at Weimar.
    • early life — how as a boy of seven he built an altar by taking
    • very growth and unfolding life of the plants. And this is an eloquent
    • and he found it when he felt that he had brought to life within him
    • world and his view of life since the fifteenth century? It is, in
    • urge connected with the deeper foundations of his life of Soul.
    • any means the abstract concept — was imbued with life.
    • unceasingly in the life of Nature. Their attention was turned not to
    • life, of constant change in living beings. When we conceive of a
    • earlier times the life of soul was of a nature of which certain men,
    • which Goethe longed and to which his whole inner life was directed,
    • inwardly quickened life of soul, and in the outer world observed, all
    • oriental civilisation points to former conditions of life in its
    • when it signified a pouring of the soul's life into the life of
    • a fundamental element in the life of soul as it was in the remote
    • experiences of another, having a life of its own, manifesting not
    • plant-world around him when the word is as full of life as it was
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    • in their life of soul, it would be impossible to understand them. One
    • course of historic evolution man's life of soul has changed, we
    • thinking about the world and about life.
    • life at Weimar.
    • early life — how as a boy of seven he built an altar by taking
    • very growth and unfolding life of the plants. And this is an eloquent
    • and he found it when he felt that he had brought to life within him
    • world and his view of life since the fifteenth century? It is, in
    • urge connected with the deeper foundations of his life of Soul.
    • any means the abstract concept — was imbued with life.
    • unceasingly in the life of Nature. Their attention was turned not to
    • life, of constant change in living beings. When we conceive of a
    • earlier times the life of soul was of a nature of which certain men,
    • which Goethe longed and to which his whole inner life was directed,
    • inwardly quickened life of soul, and in the outer world observed, all
    • oriental civilisation points to former conditions of life in its
    • when it signified a pouring of the soul's life into the life of
    • a fundamental element in the life of soul as it was in the remote
    • experiences of another, having a life of its own, manifesting not
    • plant-world around him when the word is as full of life as it was
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    • into the depths of the life of soul. They believe that evidence of
    • again because this is necessary for a healthy life of soul. But deep
    • in later life in a different form. Many a man believes that in
    • present in any healthy life of soul and which forms a boundary
    • faculties of cognition operating in ordinary life and ordinary
    • it takes its start from faculties of ordinary life, but transforms
    • involuntarily or at will, pictures of our life since birth, or rather
    • it possesses in ordinary life and in ordinary science.
    • many unconscious impressions received from life which would have
    • ordinary life and ordinary science. Pure thought begins gradually to
    • be lit by a picture-content, warmed through by glowing life, as real
    • kind of thinking that is usual in ordinary life and science, this
    • ordinary life and science is abstract. Only those thoughts which
    • glowing life and teeming content in what is, at first, a purely
    • the marvellous organ it eventually becomes in the course of life. It
    • we try to meet the demands of every-day life, and to make progress in
    • furrowed in the life of soul-and-spirit just like the physical brain
    • tableau arises, encompassing the whole of life since birth. This,
    • own inner life since birth is presented in a tableau of which
    • actuality and to inner experiences. In everyday life the human being
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    • into the depths of the life of soul. They believe that evidence of
    • again because this is necessary for a healthy life of soul. But deep
    • in later life in a different form. Many a man believes that in
    • present in any healthy life of soul and which forms a boundary
    • faculties of cognition operating in ordinary life and ordinary
    • it takes its start from faculties of ordinary life, but transforms
    • involuntarily or at will, pictures of our life since birth, or rather
    • it possesses in ordinary life and in ordinary science.
    • many unconscious impressions received from life which would have
    • ordinary life and ordinary science. Pure thought begins gradually to
    • be lit by a picture-content, warmed through by glowing life, as real
    • kind of thinking that is usual in ordinary life and science, this
    • ordinary life and science is abstract. Only those thoughts which
    • glowing life and teeming content in what is, at first, a purely
    • the marvellous organ it eventually becomes in the course of life. It
    • we try to meet the demands of every-day life, and to make progress in
    • furrowed in the life of soul-and-spirit just like the physical brain
    • tableau arises, encompassing the whole of life since birth. This,
    • own inner life since birth is presented in a tableau of which
    • actuality and to inner experiences. In everyday life the human being
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    • the view of explaining the modern life of the spirit and its
    • characterises the modern life of the spirit.
    • in mind a few things which characterise this modern life of the
    • modern life of the spirit is intellectualism, the intellectual,
    • The spiritual life of
    • The spiritual life of
    • then Thomas Aquinas and Albertus Magnus — the spiritual life of
    • direction, we shall realise that the ordinary modern life of the
    • higher destinies of man's soul-life. The conceptions of that time
    • evolution within the ordinary and intellectual life of the senses.
    • life of the present, have treated in an amateurish way what has
    • the spirit and with spiritual life, and then to pass sentence
    • above examples, to social life. The first more important
    • phenomenon of the modern materialistic life of the spirit thus
    • life of the senses and we may say: The materialistic world-conception
    • a peculiar structure of spiritual life arose in the second half
    • standpoint. The things which appear in material life are an image of
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    • the view of explaining the modern life of the spirit and its
    • characterises the modern life of the spirit.
    • in mind a few things which characterise this modern life of the
    • modern life of the spirit is intellectualism, the intellectual,
    • The spiritual life of
    • The spiritual life of
    • then Thomas Aquinas and Albertus Magnus — the spiritual life of
    • direction, we shall realise that the ordinary modern life of the
    • higher destinies of man's soul-life. The conceptions of that time
    • evolution within the ordinary and intellectual life of the senses.
    • life of the present, have treated in an amateurish way what has
    • the spirit and with spiritual life, and then to pass sentence
    • above examples, to social life. The first more important
    • phenomenon of the modern materialistic life of the spirit thus
    • life of the senses and we may say: The materialistic world-conception
    • a peculiar structure of spiritual life arose in the second half
    • standpoint. The things which appear in material life are an image of
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    • world and life, one could contemplate what the “colleague”
    • life of thoughts, the rhythmical part, with the life of feeling, and
    • the metabolic part, with the life of the will. Hence, this
    • nerve-sensory organisation, in regard to his life of thoughts. He
    • which they conceive the rest of life, the remaining days of the week,
    • only possess a life of thoughts, the human being also possesses a
    • life of feeling. The life of feeling is inwardly equivalent to the
    • life of dreams; the life of dreams takes its course in pictures; the
    • life of feelings, in feelings. But the inner substantial side is that
    • which experiences feelings within the human life of feeling. Thus we
    • may say: During his waking life, from the moment of waking up to the
    • reality, we are only awake in our life of thoughts. You fall asleep
    • of feelings for a world-conception. Human life is constantly
    • interrupted, as it were, by the life of sleep. In the same way in
    • which the life of sleep inserts itself, from the standpoint of time,
    • within man's entire soul-life, so the world of feelings, and
    • into human life. We dream through the fact that we feel; we sleep
    • as human beings, we may be soundly materialistic within our life
    • dreaming life of feeling, nor our sleeping life of the will. These
    • become spiritually inclined, particularly the life of the will.
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    • world and life, one could contemplate what the “colleague”
    • life of thoughts, the rhythmical part, with the life of feeling, and
    • the metabolic part, with the life of the will. Hence, this
    • nerve-sensory organisation, in regard to his life of thoughts. He
    • which they conceive the rest of life, the remaining days of the week,
    • only possess a life of thoughts, the human being also possesses a
    • life of feeling. The life of feeling is inwardly equivalent to the
    • life of dreams; the life of dreams takes its course in pictures; the
    • life of feelings, in feelings. But the inner substantial side is that
    • which experiences feelings within the human life of feeling. Thus we
    • may say: During his waking life, from the moment of waking up to the
    • reality, we are only awake in our life of thoughts. You fall asleep
    • of feelings for a world-conception. Human life is constantly
    • interrupted, as it were, by the life of sleep. In the same way in
    • which the life of sleep inserts itself, from the standpoint of time,
    • within man's entire soul-life, so the world of feelings, and
    • into human life. We dream through the fact that we feel; we sleep
    • as human beings, we may be soundly materialistic within our life
    • dreaming life of feeling, nor our sleeping life of the will. These
    • become spiritually inclined, particularly the life of the will.
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    • of their earthly life. What characterizes the events of the present,
    • life; it admits that forces do not go lost, but merely transform
    • maintained that man's life on the physical plane for many decades.
    • to enable it to provide the life-forces required by a human being
    • life up to the 60th, 70th or 80th
    • through his life between birth and death.
    • ourselves: When we begin our physical life on earth through
    • our earthly life it grows younger and younger, until it reaches its
    • kind that its life-forces nurtured that boy's physical existence for
    • feeding it with life-forces. These forces remained in that etheric
    • lifeless aspect, but to a clairvoyant consciousness the physical
    • present a lifeless aspect. The seer must give an entirely different
    • of life in great cities, of metropolitan habits). Darkness envelops
    • such a way that it provides us with life-forces, because the
    • heavenly forces of imagination are transformed into life-forces
    • reflexion of the universe! All that we acquire during our life as
    • what they must give us during our life between birth and death,
    • through a normal life between birth and death, for then we have drawn
    • future, the unused etheric bodies of those who had to carry life
    • spiritual-scientific mentality and having a deep life in common with
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    • of their earthly life. What characterizes the events of the present,
    • life; it admits that forces do not go lost, but merely transform
    • maintained that man's life on the physical plane for many decades.
    • to enable it to provide the life-forces required by a human being
    • life up to the 60th, 70th or 80th
    • through his life between birth and death.
    • ourselves: When we begin our physical life on earth through
    • our earthly life it grows younger and younger, until it reaches its
    • kind that its life-forces nurtured that boy's physical existence for
    • feeding it with life-forces. These forces remained in that etheric
    • lifeless aspect, but to a clairvoyant consciousness the physical
    • present a lifeless aspect. The seer must give an entirely different
    • of life in great cities, of metropolitan habits). Darkness envelops
    • such a way that it provides us with life-forces, because the
    • heavenly forces of imagination are transformed into life-forces
    • reflexion of the universe! All that we acquire during our life as
    • what they must give us during our life between birth and death,
    • through a normal life between birth and death, for then we have drawn
    • future, the unused etheric bodies of those who had to carry life
    • spiritual-scientific mentality and having a deep life in common with
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    • before he descends to earthly life. And yet we find in Jacob Boehme’s
    • it were at the threshold of the knowledge of life after death but
    • man as he stands there with his life of soul on the one side and his
    • adequate description either of the cosmos or of the life of soul
    • himself, together with his inner life of knowledge, and what remained
    • lifeless nature are all, to begin with, given form. That which exists
    • on earth without form, in lifeless nature, is really cloven asunder.
    • of crystallised, lifeless nature the plant draws its substances and
    • the life-giving air, to the air which man takes in with his breath
    • filled with inner life. And as he observed them in their living
    • sulphur-processes we see the pre-earthly life of man. For earthly
    • life differs from the pre-earthly life precisely in this: the
    • earthly life in accordance with that converse.
    • there is no pre-existent life, that man’s soul is created
    • especially so important a part as his pre-existent life.
    • this insight into pre-existent life had faded away. And moreover the
    • faith and belief in the life after death. And so, in Giordano Bruno's
    • pre-existent life and of life after death. Giordano Bruno stood there
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    • before he descends to earthly life. And yet we find in Jacob Boehme’s
    • it were at the threshold of the knowledge of life after death but
    • man as he stands there with his life of soul on the one side and his
    • adequate description either of the cosmos or of the life of soul
    • himself, together with his inner life of knowledge, and what remained
    • lifeless nature are all, to begin with, given form. That which exists
    • on earth without form, in lifeless nature, is really cloven asunder.
    • of crystallised, lifeless nature the plant draws its substances and
    • the life-giving air, to the air which man takes in with his breath
    • filled with inner life. And as he observed them in their living
    • sulphur-processes we see the pre-earthly life of man. For earthly
    • life differs from the pre-earthly life precisely in this: the
    • earthly life in accordance with that converse.
    • there is no pre-existent life, that man’s soul is created
    • especially so important a part as his pre-existent life.
    • this insight into pre-existent life had faded away. And moreover the
    • faith and belief in the life after death. And so, in Giordano Bruno's
    • pre-existent life and of life after death. Giordano Bruno stood there
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • and The Science of the Spirit, Education, and the Practical Life.
    • and The Science of the Spirit, Education, and the Practical Life.
    • life was then entering into its decay; it bequeathed to European
    • fundamental material of culture. The life of humanity thus entered
    • took hold of his thinking, his life of representations and his
    • necessity of life, yet at the same time he felt himself changing into
    • life: that which the Greeks experienced in an immediate, elemental
    • ideas of human life.
    • asleep, when we walk about in our everyday life, steeped in illusions
    • hand, in a world that we sleep away during our waking life; we live
    • this ancient spiritual life that is contained in the words now
    • we speak, we really experience the life of ancient epochs.
    • of human souls to their life on earth.
    • not die (read the description of their life's course in my books),
    • live through our present life on earth, but that we shall also live
    • through a future life. To-day we should not always look back on what
    • Everything that appears in the account-book of life is karmically
    • obtain life's balance; but this does not entail that the single items
    • and to our place in life! The centre at Dornach was not intended to
    • science and life, social life and artistic life. Anthroposophy and
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    • and The Science of the Spirit, Education, and the Practical Life.
    • and The Science of the Spirit, Education, and the Practical Life.
    • life was then entering into its decay; it bequeathed to European
    • fundamental material of culture. The life of humanity thus entered
    • took hold of his thinking, his life of representations and his
    • necessity of life, yet at the same time he felt himself changing into
    • life: that which the Greeks experienced in an immediate, elemental
    • ideas of human life.
    • asleep, when we walk about in our everyday life, steeped in illusions
    • hand, in a world that we sleep away during our waking life; we live
    • this ancient spiritual life that is contained in the words now
    • we speak, we really experience the life of ancient epochs.
    • of human souls to their life on earth.
    • not die (read the description of their life's course in my books),
    • live through our present life on earth, but that we shall also live
    • through a future life. To-day we should not always look back on what
    • Everything that appears in the account-book of life is karmically
    • obtain life's balance; but this does not entail that the single items
    • and to our place in life! The centre at Dornach was not intended to
    • science and life, social life and artistic life. Anthroposophy and
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    • You must remind yourselves that as well as living through his life
    • life between death and a new birth. Just as here on earth we have
    • life is possible only if we look beyond what can be told us by
    • same form of physical life beyond this time in the sixth or seventh
    • and a new birth. Only our life between death and a new birth in the
    • not the right significance for human life. Even if people were able
    • which arise from ordinary human connections in life and prompt men to
    • are to penetrate in the right way into the social life. One cannot
    • In our life by day — or also by night, for then there is
    • Thinking that is bound up with the body is proper to physical life
    • just as here in earthly life he makes use of thinking in the physical
    • body, after earthly life he can make use of the light.
    • and thinks about the things of the world. Of the life between birth
    • These great concerns of the life of humanity are clearly to be
    • discerned in the most seemingly trivial facts of life. But in one
    • respect our whole life of perception and feeling must change if
    • life of soul must change in one particular respect if our healthy
    • human reason is to function within the stream of spiritual life that
    • earlier period when through university life men strove to liberate
    • their thinking, to develop a life of soul able to rise to truly free
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    • You must remind yourselves that as well as living through his life
    • life between death and a new birth. Just as here on earth we have
    • life is possible only if we look beyond what can be told us by
    • same form of physical life beyond this time in the sixth or seventh
    • and a new birth. Only our life between death and a new birth in the
    • not the right significance for human life. Even if people were able
    • which arise from ordinary human connections in life and prompt men to
    • are to penetrate in the right way into the social life. One cannot
    • In our life by day — or also by night, for then there is
    • Thinking that is bound up with the body is proper to physical life
    • just as here in earthly life he makes use of thinking in the physical
    • body, after earthly life he can make use of the light.
    • and thinks about the things of the world. Of the life between birth
    • These great concerns of the life of humanity are clearly to be
    • discerned in the most seemingly trivial facts of life. But in one
    • respect our whole life of perception and feeling must change if
    • life of soul must change in one particular respect if our healthy
    • human reason is to function within the stream of spiritual life that
    • earlier period when through university life men strove to liberate
    • their thinking, to develop a life of soul able to rise to truly free
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  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • spiritual life of the present day must be, once more to gain
    • lived in spiritual worlds, has since united Himself with human life
    • on earth and now works on further in that life. — I perceived
    • spiritual life. And it is indeed clear that the religious impulse
    • enter the spiritual life of man. It is of course not the case that
    • cultural life, cannot find their way into the Anthroposophical
    • life appropriate to the humanity of the present day.
    • everything that seeks to penetrate also into the life of science.
    • particular configuration and tendencies of their spiritual life,
    • conditions of the life of Cult in the spiritual world, I felt it
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    • spiritual life of the present day must be, once more to gain
    • lived in spiritual worlds, has since united Himself with human life
    • on earth and now works on further in that life. — I perceived
    • spiritual life. And it is indeed clear that the religious impulse
    • enter the spiritual life of man. It is of course not the case that
    • cultural life, cannot find their way into the Anthroposophical
    • life appropriate to the humanity of the present day.
    • everything that seeks to penetrate also into the life of science.
    • particular configuration and tendencies of their spiritual life,
    • conditions of the life of Cult in the spiritual world, I felt it
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    • for these serious events with their life, body and soul:
    • in human life, it reminds us of man's passage through the portal of
    • instead of being merely the abstract end of life (only a
    • life), it becomes a deep and serious event within the whole compass
    • of human life. Even from our own ranks, dear friends of ours have
    • life that are connected with it.
    • often been given in our spiritual-scientific lectures on the life
    • importance for the whole subsequent life between death and a new
    • character to the corresponding experience during our life here, upon
    • the physical plane. During our life upon the physical plane, we
    • Whereas, during our physical life, the immediate contemplation of our
    • before our soul throughout our life between death and a new birth, if
    • we have here, during our physical life. We would not have this
    • contemplation is connected with a powerful inner life-experience,
    • accompanies us throughout our life between death and a new birth and
    • constitutes a great deal of what we generally designate as our life
    • our past life. It does not, however, rise up in the same way in
    • life, now surrounds us simultaneously, as if it were a panorama. Our
    • life-experiences now rise up in the form of imaginations. We can only
    • panorama of our life, a life-picture stands before us and it
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    • for these serious events with their life, body and soul:
    • in human life, it reminds us of man's passage through the portal of
    • instead of being merely the abstract end of life (only a
    • life), it becomes a deep and serious event within the whole compass
    • of human life. Even from our own ranks, dear friends of ours have
    • life that are connected with it.
    • often been given in our spiritual-scientific lectures on the life
    • importance for the whole subsequent life between death and a new
    • character to the corresponding experience during our life here, upon
    • the physical plane. During our life upon the physical plane, we
    • Whereas, during our physical life, the immediate contemplation of our
    • before our soul throughout our life between death and a new birth, if
    • we have here, during our physical life. We would not have this
    • contemplation is connected with a powerful inner life-experience,
    • accompanies us throughout our life between death and a new birth and
    • constitutes a great deal of what we generally designate as our life
    • our past life. It does not, however, rise up in the same way in
    • life, now surrounds us simultaneously, as if it were a panorama. Our
    • life-experiences now rise up in the form of imaginations. We can only
    • panorama of our life, a life-picture stands before us and it
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    • throws his impulse into Finnish life, Wainamoinen abandons the
    • that they experienced in their ordinary life something like a
    • his living memory, for his subsequent life, the thoughts which he
    • formed at some earlier time of life, so the nations of a past time
    • of still deeper sources of the soul’s life. This cannot as yet
    • have had at some earlier time of our life, still exist later on in
    • life.
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    • throws his impulse into Finnish life, Wainamoinen abandons the
    • that they experienced in their ordinary life something like a
    • his living memory, for his subsequent life, the thoughts which he
    • formed at some earlier time of life, so the nations of a past time
    • of still deeper sources of the soul’s life. This cannot as yet
    • have had at some earlier time of our life, still exist later on in
    • life.
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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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    • 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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    • and life-ether.
    • heat, chemical and life parts also vibrate in sympathy, but it is the light
    • movements. Why do we not see them thus in ordinary life? We do not see them
    • man's whole life passes before him, set in motion by the vibrations of the
    • all the etheric movements reflect, as in a panorama, the life just passed on
    • Worlds” it might be that even in life we might see, not the results of
    • not do this in ordinary life? Why in ordinary life does it happen that when
    • be done in ordinary life? Why is it that we first perceive the results of the
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    • and life-ether.
    • heat, chemical and life parts also vibrate in sympathy, but it is the light
    • movements. Why do we not see them thus in ordinary life? We do not see them
    • man's whole life passes before him, set in motion by the vibrations of the
    • all the etheric movements reflect, as in a panorama, the life just passed on
    • Worlds” it might be that even in life we might see, not the results of
    • not do this in ordinary life? Why in ordinary life does it happen that when
    • be done in ordinary life? Why is it that we first perceive the results of the
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 1: Forgetting
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • qualified anthroposophy is to throw light on life in the widest
    • sense. Not only does this knowledge help us understand everyday life,
    • science can be of great help to us just where daily life is
    • with life. Those people who cannot see into the depths of existence
    • a disturbing effect on life, breeding discontent. Being discontented
    • in life, however, can never serve man's evolution nor his true
    • welfare. We could enumerate hundreds of such life problems that are
    • thing as forgetting has to belong to the phenomena of life.
    • it is only with the help of the facts of occult life that you can get
    • some time in his life of thought can also be forgotten? Or do we have
    • life in a restricted sense, and also the principle of repetition. If
    • that wants to keep on reproducing the same thing. That is why life
    • whole life of the human body, also in an inward way. And the best way
    • a soul nature is not of much importance for man's life in general.
    • to deal with a man who goes through life with a dull mind, or with a
    • life, from morning till night, were always in your mind. You know of
    • there is a good reason for it then. But man forgets it during life.
    • knowledge it does not yet work inwardly to bring life into the free
    • one of the most salutary things in human life. If man were only to
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • take in the anthroposophical life of this particular group. This
    • essential part of our anthroposophical life. Even the inserting of a
    • depends on the whole development of the life of the group. Only when
    • life of the schools, and claiming its right to a particular therapy.
    • whether public life as a whole, with its methods and its way of
    • point. Life does not depend on what a man says or believes. That is
    • apply and make valuable use in life of those facts that are not
    • kind of a person is he? If you understand what life really is, then
    • attitude to life but only in those of a frivolous nature. This can
    • and encounter a different aspect of life. The essential thing will be
    • particular, a wide experience of life, so that you can enter into the
    • what is good for him. What matters is his way of life, not with
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 3: Original Sin
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • individualities, which expresses itself in the multiformity of life
    • Just imagine how infinitely dull human life would be if people were
    • and how little could actually happen in human life, as everybody
    • person, however, did not remain the same throughout his life. Because
    • surroundings. At a quite definite time in his life, which would
    • gradually individualised in the course of life. Then this possibility
    • nowadays change so little during their life. And this led
    • to ordinary human relationships in the normal course of life and not
    • tremendously in the course of his life. This diminished more and more
    • human beings have in physical life. Whilst in earlier times man still
    • fructification, it is implanted into them. And this worldly life of
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • that life bears them out. The observation we want to start from is
    • This can give you a picture of how significant for man's life the
    • not so destructive these days because in our times human life has
    • person is ill, however, his life is endangered when the fever is
    • just these abnormal conditions in human life, and that the whole
    • of Atlantean times, however, things have shifted. Man's inner life
    • him, and at another time he lived more in his inner life. It is
    • would have brought his whole life into disorder. The rhythm is still
    • bring light into the most everyday things of life. One must have the
    • into every realm of knowledge and life.
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • other things connected with man's whole life and evolution that will
    • of unconsciousness, as people say incorrectly in ordinary life, and
    • had to point out that phenomena of daily life are comprehensible only
    • like this for all kinds of phenomena in human life. And just through
    • beings, always have an influence on regulating the life of their
    • with life, on the contrary it is regulated by those beings we have
    • through mere lifeless forces. We have pointed out how grotesquely the
    • in earlier times certain conditions in man's life were
    • relationships of external human life. It would have had a very bad
    • situation. In town life things often have to be arranged in such a
    • himself was a clock. His life's course, which he could clearly feel,
    • inner life, in that he has lifted himself as it were out of the
    • astral body into disorder. The more the conditions of human life were
    • the more his life conditions became influenced by thought, the
    • superior to present-day earth man. We know of the sons of life or the
    • of order in his life of thought and feeling. Regularity still holds
    • into day. It is of far greater significance that in his inner life of
    • contradiction to the life of the great universe.
    • Nature’, they want to bring life into reverse instead of
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • connected with the span of one human lifetime. Now anyone who is able
    • the law of karma works in human life. We shall be referring to some
    • have an exact picture of how the karmic causes of one life become the
    • entirely different situation from anything met with in life. His ego
    • only happens in exceptional circumstances in life, as we have often
    • mentioned. During life, when man is asleep, he lays his etheric body
    • past life standing before him as a great tableau. Then, after a
    • etheric body is kept, being the fruit of life experience. Then
    • follows the life that is determined by the combination of ego and
    • out of habit you might say — that he hankered for in life. Now
    • satisfaction. This is felt as a kind of thirst for physical life
    • life runs its course, and we know that at this stage of his existence
    • man's life flows backwards. This is something that is difficult for
    • earthly life — in reverse sequence. Assuming that a man dies in
    • gone through in life in the reverse order, beginning with his
    • thirty-sixth, and so on. He really does go through his whole life
    • has a certain effect on his whole life. Any action of man that hurts
    • in his development. This is what the pilgrimage of life means for me,
    • therefore, whilst living his life backwards in Kamaloca after death,
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • something that is absolutely a part of everyday life. And perhaps,
    • we shall see that life's riddles really encounter us on all sides,
    • distances, for it reveals itself in the most ordinary things of life.
    • In the smallest most insignificant things of life we can find the
    • and weeping are certainly very common things in human life. But only
    • there are two streams in human life. One stream includes all the
    • man's being which passes from life to life, from incarnation to
    • life. If man did not have his ego within him he could not experience
    • feeling forsaken, a withdrawal into itself. Sadness in life is so
    • life as the alternations between laughing and weeping, when we meet
    • his life the human being begins to smile and to weep, this proves to
    • wrath that comes over anyone who understands life when he sees
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • we became familiar with every day expressions of man's inner life,
    • weaving the life of world spaces. But you could almost say that their
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 9: Evolution, Involution and Creation out of Nothingness
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • science should take hold of human life, and how it can become life,
    • are foreign to its natural instincts and inborn way of life. But only
    • of his life, up to the change of teeth, man develops in quite a
    • During the first seven years of his life the child's etheric body is
    • only in the course of life. And not until this has happened is it
    • up. The length of life varies according to circumstances, of course,
    • life between birth and death. And if he were not able to take
    • following life as he was in the previous one. Through the fact that
    • you see man going through a development in life, and acquiring what
    • transformed more and more by education and life, and it will have
    • portal of death, he does not leave behind in physical life as much as
    • during his life between birth and death. He adds to his store. Hence
    • Life
    • for the first time. There are whole areas in human life that come
    • life with things that are not determined by previous causes, but
    • we make a rapid survey of human life and visualise man's development
    • interwoven with our life.
    • Hence in a society like this all that creates communal life is
    • extent as being able to say: “I can create my own life values
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    • will deal chiefly with the life after death when the Kamaloka period
    • they were during life on Earth. Homer's seership. Michelangelo and
    • attitudes of soul in earthly life. For karmic adjustments, return
    • during Initiation closely akin to those undergone during the life
    • changed during the life after death. From the possible suffering
    • qualities during life on Earth. Man is not meant to witness what
    • during waking life. Processes of cognition lie within the field of
    • man's consciousness but the life-giving process does not. The
    • expulsion from Paradise. The purpose of life between death and
    • shaping the following incarnation. Difference between the life after
    • is illumined for us from a certain time onwards during life after
    • life. The true ‘I’ is the actor in the processes of
    • during earthly life between birth and death.
    • Cyclic seven-year periods in life. Coming of the second
    • in life on Earth and after death. ‘Public Opinion’ and
    • Adam’. Progressive dimness of man's life of soul after death
    • spiritual life. The Baptism by John the Baptist and its effects. In
    • the life of soul men were under the leadership of the Third Hierarchy
    • significance in man's life after death. The effect of the Buddha's
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    • The Inner Nature of Man and Life Between Death and a New Birth
    • Earthly Death and Cosmic Life
    • Man's Life on Earth and in the Spiritual Worlds
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    • will deal chiefly with the life after death when the Kamaloka period
    • they were during life on Earth. Homer's seership. Michelangelo and
    • attitudes of soul in earthly life. For karmic adjustments, return
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • On Spiritual Light and Darkness of Life.]
    • soul must be involved. But life itself is a process of Becoming, of
    • the life between death and a new birth. The same subject will,
    • of two characteristics of the spiritual life to which special
    • experiences them too if his soul is prepared during his life in the
    • in life on the physical plane has its counterpart in the spiritual
    • How does perception come about in everyday life on the physical
    • until evening during the waking life of day; from minute to minute
    • these lectures I shall deal less with the life immediately following
    • periods in the life after death which follow the period of Kamaloka.
    • character of that life. The first stage of higher knowledge is what
    • may be called the ‘Imaginative’ life, or life filled with
    • true, genuine visions. Just as in physical life we are surrounded by
    • was connected in some way during life. During the period between
    • and relates to our own life. After death, relationships between
    • individuals remain and continue as they were during earthly life.
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    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • during the winter are to be concerned with the life between death and
    • an unprejudiced observation of man's life is surely the existence of
    • person. At about the third year of life, although of course there are
    • individuals, marks the limit before which, in later life, a human
    • thus a dividing line in the life of a human being: before it there is
    • Now what does unprejudiced observation of life teach us
    • experience comes to him? A clear observation of life can teach us
    • often you become conscious of your ‘I’ in later life. You
    • of his own identity. Indeed his whole life during these early years
    • even without any occult knowledge — to observe the life of soul
    • We may remember events which took place very long ago in our life,
    • life itself makes it obvious that we can also work destructively upon
    • is really occupied throughout his life in reducing his own value, in
    • life to annul the destruction we have caused. We are capable of this
    • the life of soul is always the source and the sum and substance of
    • the end of a life we have a brittle organism is evidence that our
    • reveals that in the life between death and the new birth we acquire
    • of a moral or an immoral life. There are of course nuances of every
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    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • has already been indicated about the life between death and the new
    • life withheld that love from him, we shall now have to experience
    • over and over again the circumstances created during the life before
    • life after death, the happier relationship previously existing
    • in many respects. It is true that in the life between death and the
    • what has been determined by his life before death, but to begin with
    • many respects. Here we can also consider the life in Kamaloka, for
    • certain time in his life and becomes an anthroposophist. It may
    • death than they were in life. During life a certain disharmony
    • bringing about a change in the conditions of life between death and
    • constitute its infinite value in life. Only a very elementary stage
    • Anthroposophy takes hold of our very life. We shall then no longer
    • intellect he gets to know and recognise the ordinary facts of life in
    • the sea's bed. As we pass through life we get to know external
    • life. For our inner life, however, it is certainly of importance.
    • only the forces which actually determine our life on the physical
    • within the physical life of men. The truth is that the spiritual life
    • permeates our physical life and there is a world of possibilities
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    • qualities during life on Earth. Man is not meant to witness what
    • during waking life. Processes of cognition lie within the field of
    • man's consciousness but the life-giving process does not. The
    • expulsion from Paradise. The purpose of life between death and
    • shaping the following incarnation. Difference between the life after
    • is illumined for us from a certain time onwards during life after
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • considerable extent, the etheric body too, passes through a life
    • during his life on Earth. It was said that, for example, from the
    • if, during his life on Earth before death, he developed a genuinely
    • needs for his further life in the spiritual worlds, also for his
    • subsequent life on Earth, if he developed a truly religious attitude
    • instrument, he is connected with the forces of the Earth; in the life
    • the forces of the Earth during his physical life and his connection
    • life, that is to say, the forces he experiences consciously during
    • earthly life, contribute nothing essential to what he needs for the
    • during waking life are restored and man is not meant to witness this
    • waking life and is concealed from human consciousness. The Bible uses
    • good and evil, insight into the forces of life should be
    • Earth. While man is awake the whole life-process is one of
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    • Western cultural life. I refer to
    • religion. Eastern tradition tells us that in the life usually spoken
    • of as the Buddha life, Gautama Buddha rose in his twenty-ninth year
    • it meant withdrawal from all the externalities of life and absolute
    • devotion in the inner life to the mysteries of the Spirit. And when
    • absolutely unique quality of soul and manner of life of Francis of
    • Mercury, Venus, Sun, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn. We then draw our life
    • Now let us remind ourselves of how life flows by on
    • systems as well as into that of the Earth. In the spiritual life of
    • any forces that would have inspired souls during physical life to
    • of individuals capable only of leading a monastic life patterned on
    • been able to scale the heights of spiritual life.
    • rising to the heights of spiritual life. It has always been
    • spiritual worlds as the result of ascetic isolation from life but to
    • should be compatible with every status in life, that humanity should
    • the other category would hold themselves aloof in a life patterned on
    • world to lofty heights of spiritual life.
    • planetary spiritual life to the spiritual life of cosmic worlds.
    • life in order to undergo the experiences undergone by intimate pupils
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    • life. The true 'I' is the actor in the processes of
    • during earthly life between birth and death.
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    • have already considered certain aspects of man's life between death
    • will help them to understand the life between death and rebirth in
    • studies of man's life between death and the new birth. The question
    • months or even first years of his life will seem to external science
    • second is the following: We know that in the first period of his life
    • life there is a conflict between the spirit living within him when he
    • and years of life.
    • Spirits whom he has to overcome in the course of his life, who give
    • need later on in life, we can perceive the true Spirits of Form
    • life would realise: You are a warrior; you are aware of your
    • earliest periods of his life the human being is only gradually
    • life between birth and death man is quite unaware of the forces which
    • which he is unconscious during his physical life on Earth. Whereas
    • during this physical life he experiences his ‘I’ as
    • the life that takes its course after death. That which is most
    • comes to life. Of this we will speak in the next lecture.
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    • Cyclic seven-year periods in life. Coming of the second
    • in life on Earth and after death. 'Public Opinion' and
    • Progressive dimness of man's life of soul after death
    • spiritual life. The Baptism by John the Baptist and its effects. In
    • the life of soul men were under the leadership of the Third Hierarchy
    • significance in man's life after death. The effect of the Buddha's
    • the Buddha's influence in the Mars sphere during their life between
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • man's life between birth and death in the physical world on the one
    • the course of man's physical life — about which something has
    • the actual life of the human being other facts of incisive
    • repeatedly considered a crucial occurrence in a man's life which
    • back to which a man's memory extends in later life, the moment when
    • be said to hold good in the later period of a man's life. Although
    • discover that whatever comes in this way into the life of man and
    • of Ego-consciousness. If we observe human life with discernment we
    • occurs comparatively late in life, and study its implications.
    • first seven years of the life of a human being. The principle of form
    • in the human being during the first seven years of his life. It can
    • therefore be said that when the human being enters into life through
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    • as our memory-pictures continue into our present life. With our
    • we behold what is hidden from waking life. Results of destructive
    • processes during waking life are repaired during sleep. Processes of
    • destruction in the organism are the precondition of the life of soul.
    • Experiences during the life between death and the new birth. At a
    • outside us in life on Earth becomes our inner world. Preparation of
    • the spiritual world that which bears a new life germinally within it,
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • life in its relation to life in the rest of the Universe, we are
    • even to a comparatively small extent, the capacity to view life and
    • everyday life we want to think or form judgements, but for that very
    • gaze out into the world but in modern life we cannot direct this gaze
    • he is not experiencing the living, invisible soul-life of the
    • in the soul are not the direct, basic elements of its life. The same
    • our memory-pictures continue into our present life of soul. Hence we
    • are there beholding are the creative, life-giving principles working
    • life. This accounts for the element of strangeness that is present in
    • follows. Only in the very first years of a child's life does this
    • weaving life and activity in the other kingdoms of nature. The body
    • life of day, so that in the normal life of the human being a certain
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    • earthly life means loneliness and darkness in the spiritual world
    • beings during a soul's life after death can be recognised in
    • egotistic mysticism in one life, hypochondria in the next, defective
    • health. Life in the spiritual world depends upon the mode of our life
    • established during the life between death and rebirth even if there
    • had been no contact in earthly life, but this remains an exceptional
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • When people do not flatly deny the possibility of a life after death,
    • may be a life after death but why should we trouble about it during
    • life on Earth? When death has taken place we shall discover whether
    • there is indeed a future life, and meanwhile if here on Earth we
    • anything of importance. For if the life after death has anything to
    • the life between death and rebirth are considered in their spiritual
    • life in the super-sensible world and passes into physical existence
    • own bodily constitution, indeed of his whole destiny in the life on
    • unable to cope with life in this physical world. In the real sense we
    • are fitted for life in the physical world only when we bring with us
    • birth. What we need for the shaping of our life must be acquired
    • In the life between death and rebirth we can pass before
    • following life. We must be able to understand or at least to perceive
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    • Buddhism in the cultural life of India. Events on Earth are reflected
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    • have undertaken to study the life between death and rebirth from
    • endeavoured to present many aspects of this life; moreover it has
    • on the subject of the life between death and rebirth
    • ‘Soul-Life’ (das eigentliche Seelenleben). That
    • is to embark on the course of earthly life, the being who is to live
    • will, is a period during which the soul's life is still concerned
    • depend upon the bodily life, indeed very largely upon
    • the soul's life in the world of the senses is specifically earthly
    • life after death is the region of Burning Desires. He would
    • life spent in longing for sense-impressions and being unable to enjoy
    • them is life in the region of Burning Desires. It is a life
    • second region of the life in Kamaloka is that of Flowing
    • thoughts, for thoughts which in life on Earth are acquired through
    • significance only in the life between birth and death.
    • differ in youth, in middle life and in old age, a particular form of
    • wishing continues throughout a man's earthly life. This form and
    • longing for the last earthly life is still present. First, in the
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    • soul-life through succeeding ages.
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    • The Sibyls as symptoms of one side of human soul-life.
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    • the life he spends on earth; for it would be killed by anything else.
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    • Rudolf Steiner's autobiography Mein Lebensgang (My Life),
    • Here in “My Life” it is above all necessary to explain
    • I listen to the vibrations within the Soul-life of the Membership and
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    • embraces the purest spiritual life. In this way we may hope to lay
    • the souls of men with regard to the life of thought. We find that a
    • life has not added very much to them. We have gained an endless
    • intellectual laying hold of the world, a life of ideas, had reached a
    • enclosed island, as it were, in our soul-life — an island shut off from
    • origin, the fountain-head, of that which is in the life of thought.
    • not in vain, for as though deep in the background of spiritual life
    • Divine Sophia. As in the propagation of physical life the sexes are
    • inner being, a memory comes to life within me. The element that holds
    • have got something, but you are blind to the finer spiritual life
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    • our era through a very remarkable manifestation of spiritual life,
    • the life of the Sibyls.
    • strange subconscious regions of human nature and soul-life. As though
    • ordered soul life, entirely opposed to anything chaotic. It draws
    • forth from the soul-life all that can be expressed in clear, lucid,
    • perfectly lucid, but far removed from real spiritual life. But the
    • permeated with the actual life of the world-spirit; and this was felt
    • prophecies of the Sibyls. Out of the chaos of their inner life they
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    • of human soul life during the fourth post-Atlantean epoch. Finally,
    • life. And this same Being, who later appeared as the Nathan
    • Nathan Jesus-child assumed a cosmic form such that his life was in a
    • he had come into the world with ass's ears because in his life
    • to occult observation: Marsyas was not flayed in his lifetime, but
    • harmonising of sense perception, of the life-organs, of thinking,
    • And a healthy development of spiritual life in the future will depend
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    • influence on earth-life is not confined to the direct effects of its
    • to him. Apollo spoke through the unconscious soul-life of the Pythia.
    • less than life from the dead! If the first portion of dough is
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    • centuries they conjured up from their chaotic soul-life a mixture of
    • influence on the spiritual life of Southern Europe and its
    • earth. Just as in human life, after we have been using our
    • surface in the soul-life of Europe. Truly, like a stream which has
    • While without faith my life I led
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    • soul-life. Yesterday we said that the force which emerged in the
    • astronomy and their human forces in the female element in human life.
    • of soul-life. I want to touch on a manifestation to which I called
    • we find a certain man, deeply bound up with the spiritual life of the
    • undisturbed by the effects of the external world on human life, the
    • much for the way in which they were expressed in daily life as for
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    • Artistic Lifestyle.
    • Artistic Lifestyle.
    • life from Aries, Taurus, Gemini etc., we are then thinking in the
    • outside space and time. When we observe human life as a whole
    • birth, active in the embryonic life. I beg you expressly to notice,
    • that goes beyond the single human life, that forms a connection
    • earthly life.
    • one can call the life of thought in ancient Greece. Our age has not
    • difference, for instance, between the thought life of our own time
    • thought-life first awoke in the 7th, 6th century B.C. Before that
    • there was no actual life of thought. As my book sets out, one can
    • speak of a beginning, of a birth of thought-life in this age of
    • comes the actual thought-life. And in the epoch described here the
    • thought-life is still essentially different from that of modern
    • is the deepest which can be thought in earthly life — but which
    • nature, in soul-life, but only the spirit that exists in the form of
    • today in the free emancipated life of thought represents something
    • life, through the consciousness soul, must lay hold of what
    • example of the working of the Sun-evolution in human earthly life. I
    • the spiritual life are coming forward in our time. For here we see
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    • Artistic Lifestyle.
    • life from Aries, Taurus, Gemini etc., we are then thinking in the
    • outside space and time. When we observe human life as a whole
    • birth, active in the embryonic life. I beg you expressly to notice,
    • that goes beyond the single human life, that forms a connection
    • earthly life.
    • one can call the life of thought in ancient Greece. Our age has not
    • difference, for instance, between the thought life of our own time
    • thought-life first awoke in the 7th, 6th century B.C. Before that
    • there was no actual life of thought. As my book sets out, one can
    • speak of a beginning, of a birth of thought-life in this age of
    • comes the actual thought-life. And in the epoch described here the
    • thought-life is still essentially different from that of modern
    • is the deepest which can be thought in earthly life — but which
    • nature, in soul-life, but only the spirit that exists in the form of
    • today in the free emancipated life of thought represents something
    • life, through the consciousness soul, must lay hold of what
    • example of the working of the Sun-evolution in human earthly life. I
    • the spiritual life are coming forward in our time. For here we see
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    • entirely different part in earthly life from the part it plays today.
    • for earthly life. Saturn is an entirely self-engrossed heavenly body
    • of the cosmic Present into himself and works upon them in his life of
    • when, at the cosmic hour of destiny in the life of a human being, a
    • of Venus, the whole Earth with its secrets of the life of soul is
    • most intimate experiences of earthly life are reflected again from
    • physical existence. Venus transforms the occurrences of earthly life
    • life that weaves between Venus and Mars. When destiny wills it, the
    • When a human being comes down from pre-earthly life into earthly
    • There is a remarkable connection between these planets and the life
    • is connected more with the life of soul and spirit and comes to
    • the Sun unless he is able to behold this interweaving life of destiny
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    • entirely different part in earthly life from the part it plays today.
    • for earthly life. Saturn is an entirely self-engrossed heavenly body
    • of the cosmic Present into himself and works upon them in his life of
    • when, at the cosmic hour of destiny in the life of a human being, a
    • of Venus, the whole Earth with its secrets of the life of soul is
    • most intimate experiences of earthly life are reflected again from
    • physical existence. Venus transforms the occurrences of earthly life
    • life that weaves between Venus and Mars. When destiny wills it, the
    • When a human being comes down from pre-earthly life into earthly
    • There is a remarkable connection between these planets and the life
    • is connected more with the life of soul and spirit and comes to
    • the Sun unless he is able to behold this interweaving life of destiny
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    • scientist wishes to explain animal life or human life in this sense,
    • growth, and the progress of development. Death encroaches upon life.
    • related to it encroaches upon life in the widest sense is the basic
    • the way that death encroaches on life, it can be conceived of as
    • world, springing forth and producing life. This is what yields the
    • lifetime and soon forgotten. A decade or so ago Friedrich Theodor
    • contradiction again and again, to wrestle with it in everyday life,
    • is as if one of the lower forms of life had not yet developed the
    • has taken root in human life, a way that is opposed to the one
    • ordinary life people are satisfied with concepts, with mental images
    • itself at all to the life of mental images, the life of concepts, in
    • of developing a much more flexible inner soul life than we are
    • alive than they are in ordinary life and for the things of ordinary
    • life.
    • our observation of the whole world, however, the conceptual life
    • life. I have said something quite elementary, but this elementary
    • life of soul must be raised out of abstractions, how it must immerse
    • the same way that the forces called into life with birth have their
    • recognize the life of the soul.
    • discovers this soul life knows that to call the brain an instrument
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    • human life. I have indicated that some of our contemporaries here on
    • within this physical world by those persons who, through their life
    • on deeply significant mysteries of human life, mysteries that for
    • these deeply incisive truths that are so significant for life,
    • conditions of human life are such that the human being will
    • life here on earth he increasingly seeks for mental images, concepts,
    • connected in his life. The departed one may meet many human souls in
    • are there. Through life here on earth we must attain increasing
    • another, a great deal is done for the life in the spiritual world.
    • condemned by a purely materialistic life to haunt the earth, as it
    • we must acquire for the life between death and a new birth. Here on
    • life with physical being. Love is already enkindled through the
    • concepts such as these about the human being's life after death that
    • life. This remains inadequate if the preacher is never able to say
    • scientific conceptions for the life after death. Spiritual science is
    • our own soul is within us. These beings spend their life using human
    • through life in such a way that we have both our souls and a double
    • the basis of our conceptual life has something to do with electrical
    • human life that they absolutely cannot endure: they cannot endure
    • maintaining his body beyond the hour of death, of prolonging the life
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    • What spiritual science has to say about life and the
    • us to know the corresponding configuration of the conditions of life
    • whole life of man, seeing that spiritual science and its results
    • that, at first, we learn to know the chief facts of spiritual life,
    • the principal things connected with the evolution of earthly life,
    • with the repeated lives on earth, with the life between death and a
    • greater value for the individual and concrete life of a human being.
    • Seen from outside, human life is, to begin with, a riddle, for if it
    • that life becomes less interesting through the fact that the riddles
    • insight into the spiritual world. In every sphere of life there are
    • from out the spiritual world, riddles of life and of man connected
    • considerably long stretch of life upon the earth without him. We can
    • certain insight into the mysterious processes of human life.
    • Perhaps this loss may have rent asunder hopes of a future life in
    • may have been destroyed. These experiences form part of life; but
    • life in a physical body. This is seen from the standpoint of the one
    • connection than was the case during the life in a physical body.
    • by the life-conditions which would have arisen had he not passed
    • say that, seen from a certain standpoint, human life viewed in this
    • that during our life between death and a new birth every situation
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    • What spiritual science has to say about life and the
    • us to know the corresponding configuration of the conditions of life
    • whole life of man, seeing that spiritual science and its results
    • that, at first, we learn to know the chief facts of spiritual life,
    • the principal things connected with the evolution of earthly life,
    • with the repeated lives on earth, with the life between death and a
    • greater value for the individual and concrete life of a human being.
    • Seen from outside, human life is, to begin with, a riddle, for if it
    • that life becomes less interesting through the fact that the riddles
    • insight into the spiritual world. In every sphere of life there are
    • from out the spiritual world, riddles of life and of man connected
    • considerably long stretch of life upon the earth without him. We can
    • certain insight into the mysterious processes of human life.
    • Perhaps this loss may have rent asunder hopes of a future life in
    • may have been destroyed. These experiences form part of life; but
    • life in a physical body. This is seen from the standpoint of the one
    • connection than was the case during the life in a physical body.
    • by the life-conditions which would have arisen had he not passed
    • say that, seen from a certain standpoint, human life viewed in this
    • that during our life between death and a new birth every situation
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    • beings. For in truth our whole life between birth and death —
    • and also our subsequent life which takes its course between death and
    • ‘imaginative world.’ In ordinary human life, under
    • moment of our sleeping or waking life we are not in relation to the
    • every-day life, they are by no means without significance for us. No,
    • for our life as a whole they are far more important than our
    • entail for our life as a whole. In fact, our whole relation to our
    • antipathies which play such an overwhelming part in our life. To a
    • are perpetually called forth, in our etheric body, by our life with
    • our fellow human beings. In fact we always carry with us in life
    • and they constitute a goodly portion of what we call our inner life.
    • I mean not the inner life that lives in clear, well-defined memories,
    • but that inner life which makes itself felt in our prevailing mood
    • on our own life in the world. We would go past the world around us
    • we did not unfold this imaginative life by living together with other
    • our everyday life is not wide-awake but runs along more or less
    • related in any way during our life. We might describe it thus: a kind
    • body in the course of life becomes a part of the spiritual world. It
    • fruits of our life embodied in the cosmos. This is a truth we must
    • life between birth and death, or out of former incarnations.
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    • beings. For in truth our whole life between birth and death —
    • and also our subsequent life which takes its course between death and
    • ‘imaginative world.’ In ordinary human life, under
    • moment of our sleeping or waking life we are not in relation to the
    • every-day life, they are by no means without significance for us. No,
    • for our life as a whole they are far more important than our
    • entail for our life as a whole. In fact, our whole relation to our
    • antipathies which play such an overwhelming part in our life. To a
    • are perpetually called forth, in our etheric body, by our life with
    • our fellow human beings. In fact we always carry with us in life
    • and they constitute a goodly portion of what we call our inner life.
    • I mean not the inner life that lives in clear, well-defined memories,
    • but that inner life which makes itself felt in our prevailing mood
    • on our own life in the world. We would go past the world around us
    • we did not unfold this imaginative life by living together with other
    • our everyday life is not wide-awake but runs along more or less
    • related in any way during our life. We might describe it thus: a kind
    • body in the course of life becomes a part of the spiritual world. It
    • fruits of our life embodied in the cosmos. This is a truth we must
    • life between birth and death, or out of former incarnations.
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    • forces to form his etheric body as he descends to earthly life. We
    • into the earthly life of mankind. Whether this will happen depends
    • water — have particularly developed what is, in man, his life
    • While the intellect played a creative part in man's cultural life
    • chemical ether and life ether. However, these beings of the higher
    • beings of light, and particularly those of life, do not aim at
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    • forces to form his etheric body as he descends to earthly life. We
    • into the earthly life of mankind. Whether this will happen depends
    • water — have particularly developed what is, in man, his life
    • While the intellect played a creative part in man's cultural life
    • chemical ether and life ether. However, these beings of the higher
    • beings of light, and particularly those of life, do not aim at
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    • of death, this significant event in human life; it reminds us of
    • event, instead of being merely the abstract end of life (only a
    • life); it becomes a deep and serious event within the whole compass
    • of human life. Even from our own ranks, dear friends of ours have
    • life that are connected with it.
    • spiritual-scientific lectures on the life between death and a
    • life between death and a new birth. I have often mentioned this. This
    • during our life here, upon the physical plane. During our life upon
    • experience after death. Whereas, during our physical life, the
    • soul, the moment of death stands before our soul throughout our life
    • physical life. We would not have this ego-consciousness if we could
    • powerful inner life-experience, with a mighty experience. It is
    • life between death and a new birth and constitutes a great deal of
    • what we generally designate as our life beyond. It is the feeling
    • woven out of all we have experienced during our past life. It does
    • everything that occurred during our early life now surrounds us
    • simultaneously, as if it were a panorama. Our life-experiences
    • our life, a life-picture, stands before us and it reveals,
    • We know that this life-tableau disappears after a few
    • life-tableau?
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    • of death, this significant event in human life; it reminds us of
    • event, instead of being merely the abstract end of life (only a
    • life); it becomes a deep and serious event within the whole compass
    • of human life. Even from our own ranks, dear friends of ours have
    • life that are connected with it.
    • spiritual-scientific lectures on the life between death and a
    • life between death and a new birth. I have often mentioned this. This
    • during our life here, upon the physical plane. During our life upon
    • experience after death. Whereas, during our physical life, the
    • soul, the moment of death stands before our soul throughout our life
    • physical life. We would not have this ego-consciousness if we could
    • powerful inner life-experience, with a mighty experience. It is
    • life between death and a new birth and constitutes a great deal of
    • what we generally designate as our life beyond. It is the feeling
    • woven out of all we have experienced during our past life. It does
    • everything that occurred during our early life now surrounds us
    • simultaneously, as if it were a panorama. Our life-experiences
    • our life, a life-picture, stands before us and it reveals,
    • We know that this life-tableau disappears after a few
    • life-tableau?
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    • For, in the life in which man is enclosed in his
    • the life of the so-called dead.
    • that, if we wish to consider the life between death and a new birth,
    • victory of spiritual life over physical life. And just as long as we
    • physical life — for no one can have the conceptual nature of
    • life, in the life-picture which has often been described to you. Our
    • whole life lies before us like a panorama, during the days in which
    • body, but we see them; and we survey, as if in a panorama, the life
    • entire remaining life after death. It is outside, but it remains
    • which weaved and lived in us as our etheric body, during life, were
    • now entering the life of the etheric world outside.
    • easily do, that this life between death and a new birth is an
    • unconscious experience for the soul. Connected with this life,
    • individual life of the dead between death and a new birth, but also,
    • example, calls to life in our souls a force that resembles the
    • receiving his soul-life — a hemisphere, behind the apparent
    • if we so completely penetrate into the life of colour, that
    • life, you see it — you see a certain colour. And, indeed, this
    • observed. But, in ordinary life, what here takes place within this
    • thoughts which he formed during his life, and which he then
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    • For, in the life in which man is enclosed in his
    • the life of the so-called dead.
    • that, if we wish to consider the life between death and a new birth,
    • victory of spiritual life over physical life. And just as long as we
    • physical life — for no one can have the conceptual nature of
    • life, in the life-picture which has often been described to you. Our
    • whole life lies before us like a panorama, during the days in which
    • body, but we see them; and we survey, as if in a panorama, the life
    • entire remaining life after death. It is outside, but it remains
    • which weaved and lived in us as our etheric body, during life, were
    • now entering the life of the etheric world outside.
    • easily do, that this life between death and a new birth is an
    • unconscious experience for the soul. Connected with this life,
    • individual life of the dead between death and a new birth, but also,
    • example, calls to life in our souls a force that resembles the
    • receiving his soul-life — a hemisphere, behind the apparent
    • if we so completely penetrate into the life of colour, that
    • life, you see it — you see a certain colour. And, indeed, this
    • observed. But, in ordinary life, what here takes place within this
    • thoughts which he formed during his life, and which he then
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    • Life-spirit, two degrees above man; but man is spun into the web
    • spirits. The last third of his life under normal Spirits of Form,
    • take something from East. Romans took their spiritual life
    • (Music of Spheres), wisdom in life ether. After effects of Saturn
    • as a stimulus, and prove it by life itself. Anthroposophical
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    • at the knowledge of the inner psychic life of man. If we wish to
    • learn the inward life of an individual being we must pass from the
    • manifested in the life of the peoples and it is seen that these facts
    • are thereby explained. The conditions in the life of the various
    • of life which throws light upon the various questions of life. This
    • cannot be done by a view of life which in the study of the nature and
    • culture; as an agent for the spiritual life of humanity we require a
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    • which, in contradistinction to individual human life, we describe as
    • distinguish in him the physical body, the etheric or life-body, the
    • etheric or life-body, by transforming it and remodeling it into what
    • we call Life-spirit or Budhi; and finally, the highest work of man
    • mind-soul to the etheric or life-body, so that the intellectual-soul
    • or mind-soul is a feeble prototype of what the Life-spirit or Budhi
    • perceive our present life to be the result of earlier earth lives, of
    • are our astral body, our etheric or life-body and our physical body,
    • life-body into Life-spirit or Budhi. Therefore in these Archangeloi,
    • our ‘ I ’, shall transform the life-body into
    • Life-spirit or Budhi. When we look up to these beings we behold them
    • who are now working upon their etheric or life-body and are
    • transforming it into Life-spirit or Budhi. In just the same way we
    • transformation of his etheric or life-body.
    • work in upon man, by transforming our etheric or life-body; beings at
    • the stage at which they are transforming the etheric or life-body
    • into Budhi or Life-spirit. If you think of such beings, who belong to
    • or life-body, and how they thereby work in upon man and draw him into
    • words, ‘Change your attitude towards life, for the kingdom of
    • life on to the next one. This is also the case with the Spirits of
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    • their etheric or life-body, that therefore they are fashioning this
    • admitted that the work upon this etheric or life-body cannot be
    • part in human life, then on the other hand we must be able to point
    • Let us begin with the etheric or life-body of these
    • during his lifetime goes through a development, when he rises higher
    • detail, as to play a part in one's life. It is rather quoted in
    • emotional life of man, those that work in the etheric body of man,
    • life in an intimate way because they are only two stages higher up
    • during his life on earth, his national language. They had to have the
    • Spirit of Personality, that is to say, why their life is especially
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    • etheric bodies into that which is called Life-spirit or Buddhi. Man
    • of man is active in all three parts of his inner life, in the
    • in the soul-life of man. Hence also you must think of the form of
    • consciousness, the whole soul-life of these Folk-spirits as being
    • different from the soul-life of man.
    • inner life of the Folk-spirits. A man has not many such in his normal
    • life, on the contrary, he has in his own consciousness extremely
    • being inwardly, so that it becomes a part of his life. Observe the
    • life of the peoples from epoch to epoch, how it has run its course,
    • therefore we must see that one half of our inner life, half of our
    • does the actual life of the Archangels extend. You must therefore
    • eliminate from the inner life that which is received from outside
    • that their soul-life begins by experiencing in the intellectual soul
    • indeed perceive that this Archangelic Being may have in his soul-life
    • ourselves with a portion of our inner life are the field of
    • But there is also another way in which the life of the
    • Archangel is connected with the life of the particular people he is
    • period in his life, an ascending time of youth, and a descending time
    • We must now again look into the inner life of one of
    • ascending period of its life, in all its upward-striving power, then
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    • parts of man, the physical body, the etheric or life-body and the
    • about in the life of present-day man at a certain age; it can only
    • only during the condition of the Earth-life. We then come to the
    • nature, one might say, somewhere about the twentieth year of life: so
    • then, in the first seven years of his life man would have had the
    • the first third of our earth life. We must therefore say: The first
    • third of our earth-life is not directed by the spiritual Beings who
    • first third of his life — the time up to his twentieth year —
    • life has passed away, — which on the whole belongs only to the
    • away. So that life is divided into three parts or portions, an
    • only becomes man during his earth life in the middle part, and in the
    • development of man in the first of his three epochs of life is, on
    • belongs to the later epochs of life. Through this man has become a
    • more material being up to the second epoch of his life than he would
    • otherwise have been. He would otherwise up to that period of his life
    • twenty-first year of his life, when he finds himself bound to the
    • have gone through the last third of his life in a spiritualized
    • (A) and at once take up his life on the earth. That is the secret of
    • to say, if man had gone through the first and last thirds of his life
    • humanity, is not comprised in the middle third of life. By means of
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    • That is the life of the universal ether which streams down to the
    • earth. Life pours in upon the earth from universal space and is
    • concentrated for us, and we see how streaming life, weaving sound,
    • outer and inner life, three successive cosmic missions were
    • inner life which comes from within. These words are carefully chosen;
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    • Form, which brings about in our life on earth that there should be
    • these lectures as ‘man in the second third of his life
    • body in the nervous system; the etheric or life-body in the glandular
    • of external form, external life, contained important meanings for
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    • life, and therefore awoke at a higher state than the Westerner, but
    • soul-life, which no longer showed any of those conditions that were
    • how the Angels and Archangels had taken part in their soul-life which
    • spiritual life. It is for this reason that the peoples of the East
    • closed themselves to Western spiritual life. They will certainly
    • looked into a weaving and life of real spiritual Powers, at a time
    • and an earlier life, of a time when they saw everything in an ocean
    • before the gods intervened in the life of the human soul, who could
    • of soul-life, before they decided to awake. Hence there lived above
    • at work in the primitive depths of the soul-life.
    • early elementary stage of soul-life, is above all interested in
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    • everywhere placed in the centre of human life, according to its
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    • the whole collective spiritual life worked in co-operation, how
    • creating his mighty civilization and his magnificent spiritual life,
    • that, with the Greeks, the life of the soul is remembrance. The
    • social life and the life of the States, which is felt as a
    • State Christ is the blood which runs through all social life, and the
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    • of the atmosphere, out of planetary life, to unite themselves with
    • Occidentalism into that which we look upon as the real life-blood of
    • life at that time was such, that this Mystery had then to be
    • life, so as to prove it by life itself. For in life also, at every
    • receives by life itself. Then what ever might color our
    • comprehensible in all parts of our earth-life.
    • anthroposophical view of life which is so dear to our hearts and is
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    • receive new impulses into his life of soul, and we will turn our attention
    • proceed only up to a certain age in life. At the time of the death of Christ,
    • in body and in soul until the 33rd year of life. Today this development is
    • year of life. Women will then become barren. An entirely different form of
    • earthly life will ensue. This is the epoch when the moon will again approach
    • inevitably be absorbed into the shadowy grey-ness of their intellectual life.
    • understanding. Even the life of the plant remains enigmatical; still more so
    • the life of the animal; while human life is altogether beyond the grasp of the
    • so can the shadow-pictures of the intellect be quickened to life.
    • This quickening to life of the shadow-pictures of the intellect is not only a human
    • intellect must be quickened to life by the pictures of Spiritual Science. We
    • catastrophe must ensue, and earthly life will fall at length into social chaos,
    • lifeless thoughts which arise in connection with the mineral world and the
    • has not allowed his shadowy intellectual concepts to be quickened to life, his
    • From pre-earthly existence man has descended to this earthly life. His birth from
    • the earlier life is transformed into the head of the subsequent life — it is
    • of plant-life and the theories that were evolved during the nineteenth century
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    • receive new impulses into his life of soul, and we will turn our attention
    • proceed only up to a certain age in life. At the time of the death of Christ,
    • in body and in soul until the 33rd year of life. Today this development is
    • year of life. Women will then become barren. An entirely different form of
    • earthly life will ensue. This is the epoch when the moon will again approach
    • inevitably be absorbed into the shadowy grey-ness of their intellectual life.
    • understanding. Even the life of the plant remains enigmatical; still more so
    • the life of the animal; while human life is altogether beyond the grasp of the
    • so can the shadow-pictures of the intellect be quickened to life.
    • This quickening to life of the shadow-pictures of the intellect is not only a human
    • intellect must be quickened to life by the pictures of Spiritual Science. We
    • catastrophe must ensue, and earthly life will fall at length into social chaos,
    • lifeless thoughts which arise in connection with the mineral world and the
    • has not allowed his shadowy intellectual concepts to be quickened to life, his
    • From pre-earthly existence man has descended to this earthly life. His birth from
    • the earlier life is transformed into the head of the subsequent life — it is
    • of plant-life and the theories that were evolved during the nineteenth century
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    • how vital it is for our time that we strive to imbue our feeling life with
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    • how vital it is for our time that we strive to imbue our feeling life with
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    • how vital it is for our time that we strive to imbue our feeling life with
    • ideals in earthly life. Christian Morgenstern and the impulse
    • human soul; its effects in man's life on Earth and between death and
    • Truths in themselves contain life-force. Christ became
    • Spheres (chemical ether) and of Cosmic Life (life-ether). These
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    • how vital it is for our time that we strive to imbue our feeling life with
    • The Inner Nature of Man and Life Between Death and Rebirth
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    • how vital it is for our time that we strive to imbue our feeling life with
    • the coming to life of the Christ Being in the human soul and the
    • Being who gives meaning and significance to Earth life. They ought to
    • of life in the body man's consciousness were such that he knew
    • the Mystery of Golgotha a cosmic Being flowed into Earth-life, a
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    • how vital it is for our time that we strive to imbue our feeling life with
    • to the Sun, and to what extent the tasks of life are connected with
    • soul-life. And only one phrase need be uttered — ”our
    • fire our souls, and in many connections make life valuable and
    • precious. And when we look at the assured reality of external life,
    • anything that guarantees the most precious thing in life — the
    • that our ideals in life will prove to be the seeds of a future
    • life; but certainty in the same sense we cannot have. As human beings
    • who in their earthly life were imbued through and through with high
    • before him the well-known life-tableau, the memory-picture of his
    • past Earth-life, and interwoven with it is the world of ideals. This
    • the life between death and a new birth.
    • us [Christian Morgenstern]. Coming from a life that was dedicated to
    • Earth-life; he passed through the gate of death. He left to mankind a
    • Owing to the difficulties of his bodily life he was
    • The significance of the soul's life in that ailing body has
    • only in the spiritual life, the content of the life which this soul
    • it through the life that lies between death and a new birth. It will
    • his whole being, and it will permeate his new Earth-life when he
    • again descends to a life on Earth. Moreover, such a soul receives a
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    • how vital it is for our time that we strive to imbue our feeling life with
    • life of the human soul, whereas the immortality of man can be
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    • how vital it is for our time that we strive to imbue our feeling life with
    • life-force. By permeating ourselves with truth we permeate our
    • becomes cognitional force, but it is already life-force, in so far as
    • so-called chemical ether, and then there comes the life-ether. These
    • these waves with our physical life. And if we would also kill the
    • life-ether, we should destroy and continuously kill within ourselves
    • the cosmic life that streams down to the Earth. In earthly sound we
    • were obliged to place man in a sphere where, from the life-ether
    • but Life he is not to have. Of the Tree of Life he shall not eat.”
    • Life man shall not eat”, by adding the words, “and the
    • Spirit of Matter he shall not hear.” Of the Tree of Life man
    • the Cosmic Life, pulsating through the universe, revealed to those
    • Spheres and from the region of Cosmic Life. These regions had to be
    • spiritual essence of the Cosmic Life — the element that still
    • side. Life as a whole shows itself to us only from the external side.
    • life-element in the two highest kinds of ether was withdrawn in order
    • ether into water-spirits. Finally, the cosmic ether, or life-ether,
    • live at all — he transforms the life-ether into Earth-spirits.
    • also spiritual — the life in him. This is forever
    • Cosmos, so does man draw through the whole of earthly life the
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    • Being Who, for the Christian, gives earth-life its meaning, and from
    • Whom the strongest force of this earth-life radiates.
    • course of his life experience something within his soul which
    • earth life: “The Divine is revealed in the heights and there
    • observation of nature must be irradiated by such life so that the
    • life which can no longer exist in the way it did for the shepherds of
    • the stars we need to obtain by an awakening of our inner life. Just
    • discovered; also in experiencing the human inner life through the
    • again to develop a true, a real humanity in their common life. They
    • with these forces can the social life be mastered. This will happen
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    • certain understanding of this link between life in nature and
    • life.
    • in other words, He remains with the life of the earth. The Christ,
    • are within man and stir his inner life, moving and weaving through
    • origin and life of the cosmos, as grounded in the force of the spirit
    • an empty phrase like so many other things in modern life. And it is
    • just because so many things have become a phrase, that modern life is
    • for the chaos in our modern life.
    • a phrase in modern life, and if these feelings could enable us to
    • knowledge, which places into the lifeless sky that which stars and
    • planets reveal through an inner life, so that they appear as
    • Call to new life in souls of man
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    • soul in his fellow-man and the life of animals. The experiences were
    • from the earth; as in an auric cloud he saw animal life flowing over
    • creative, in earthly life they arise as potentially germinal forces
    • during the first period of earthly life, in the child. The
    • spiritual, these forces of the child withdraw in later life from the
    • genius as we have in the later years of life are due to the fact that
    • childlike faculties on into later life equips us with inventive
    • faculties did not remain merely in the instinctive life as in the
    • Animal life
    • that world which does not primarily belong to life between birth and
    • death but to the life between death and a new birth — from that
    • of the life of the soul. And if we fathom the expanses of space in
    • plumb the depths of the life of soul we begin to understand how the
    • the life of inner emotion. “Revelation of the God from the
    • Animal life
    • and there perceived the spirit The inner life leads to perception of
    • once the life of inner experiences, of instinct in man. The power
    • be of most value for knowledge and the will External earth life,
    • humanity that the spiritual life, the life of rights, and the
    • economic life must separate from one another and a higher form of
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    • the mode of life, etc. — so, when human beings were still
    • of the forces of the universe. During his life between birth and
    • social life, and also of happenings in the animal world. Our ordinary
    • feeling remained as a motivation in social life. And in the 19th
    • the external world I have only the tapestry of material life, only
    • life of soul, created the Gods.” This was what was placed
    • life-substance in creatures who bear milk, stimulating in the heart
    • In books attempting to explain oriental life you will
    • the workings of many substances we use in everyday life. We stand
    • know as little about what this means in the complex of social life as
    • people's life, we need a Cultural Council for the promotion of
    • health to the whole of our people's life.”
    • feel that the most practical conception of life leads him finally to
    • to the whole of our people's life.”
    • If life continues without the stimuli that come from the spiritual
    • practical life what can come out of Spiritual Science are working,
    • familiar path that is like a great lie in modern life. I confronted
    • realities of life I was very much at home in an international
    • old. And if we establish anything in practical life ... the reaction
    • and be applied in the affairs of practical life. He was right in
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    • life of the senses, have no other importance than merely to be
    • the place where that super-sensible life of the spirit is realised, by
    • a comprehensive presentation of spirit-life — appropriately
    • dissipation of our intellectual life. Here we come to the painful
  • Title: Mission of Spiritual Science and of Its Building at Dornach
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    • desires to be nothing else than something for the life of soul and
    • spirit similar to what natural science then became for the life of
    • life, and which he also uses in ordinary science, are by no means able
    • with visions arising from a morbid bodily life.
    • with a certain manner of making life easier — I would even say,
    • with a more comfortable regulation of life, since it is easier to work
    • something lifeless in it. When we think logically, we have images in
    • different from what it is in ordinary life and ordinary science. The
    • whole inner life of the soul becomes changed. Something happens which
    • changes this soul-life into something else, which I will once more make
    • lifeless form, were suddenly to begin to walk and to become living.
    • something living and bearing sway within him, instead of lifeless
    • bringing logical thinking to life within him, becomes conscious of a
    • to know it as something different from what it is in ordinary life, are
    • something in ordinary life, if we work, the will, as it were,
    • reminding you that in ordinary human life there are two alternating
    • states, waking life and sleep. In waking life man lives, consciously;
    • investigator succeeds in voluntarily giving his bodily life the same
    • the consciousness that is liberated out of the will, a life-germ has
    • earth-life. And just as truly as the plant-seed develops a new plant,
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  • Title: Lecture: The Spiritual Communion of Mankind
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    • do with the link established between man and the scene of his life on
    • union between man and all that takes place in earthly life during the
    • it were, been born from our own life of soul, they have arisen out of
    • universe, descending into his inner life, he now began to feel the
    • to participate in the life of the cosmos. As the cosmos lets Winter
    • cultural life said to themselves: Man can no longer have such
    • life of the wide universe but enters into the life that is rooted
    • directly from the Sun but also that which partakes in the life of the
    • unite himself with the wide expanse but turns his life of soul
    • the thoughts he acquires in the darkness of his inner life can be
    • give life again to old habits such as these. We need, for example, to
    • feeling, with new life.
    • that we need, a birth of spiritual life. Then we shall once again
    • who said: “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life.” But
    • the way to the Truth and to the Life in the Spirit has to be
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    • do with the link established between man and the scene of his life on
    • union between man and all that takes place in earthly life during the
    • it were, been born from our own life of soul, they have arisen out of
    • universe, descending into his inner life, he now began to feel the
    • to participate in the life of the cosmos. As the cosmos lets Winter
    • cultural life said to themselves: Man can no longer have such
    • life of the wide universe but enters into the life that is rooted
    • directly from the Sun but also that which partakes in the life of the
    • unite himself with the wide expanse but turns his life of soul
    • the thoughts he acquires in the darkness of his inner life can be
    • give life again to old habits such as these. We need, for example, to
    • feeling, with new life.
    • that we need, a birth of spiritual life. Then we shall once again
    • who said: “I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life.” But
    • the way to the Truth and to the Life in the Spirit has to be
  • Title: Lecture: Michelangelo
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    • what influenced them in one life is carried over into the spiritual
    • birth until it appears in a new life: so that a real progress and
    • any abstract argument. But if we seriously observe life and try by
    • place which Michelangelo holds in the spiritual life of the West.
    • spiritual life of the West and indeed of the whole of humanity in the
    • Grimm's descriptions in his “Life” could not give.
    • his Zeus or Hera — withdrawn into his life of soul, as we
    • remains their leader far beyond his own lifetime. So completely does
    • within our space, and the same space which gives us life gives it to
    • figures into the same world in which we live; they share our life
    • themselves, by the inner “life sense” which was still
    • Greeks something quite alien to them had entered in. The natural life
    • before us in death is the warrant for the external life of the human
    • earlier epochs, the life of which he could share, and could thus
    • Michelangelo, because he no longer had the life sense active within
    • associated with the life of his time, in a different way, however,
    • this period of his life when he was at work on the ceiling —
    • since vanished, but even in his lifetime this mighty work was
    • 1564 he died. Every period of man's life can be creative; it
    • probably during his last days as he looked back over his life
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    • what influenced them in one life is carried over into the spiritual
    • birth until it appears in a new life: so that a real progress and
    • any abstract argument. But if we seriously observe life and try by
    • place which Michelangelo holds in the spiritual life of the West.
    • spiritual life of the West and indeed of the whole of humanity in the
    • Grimm's descriptions in his “Life” could not give.
    • his Zeus or Hera — withdrawn into his life of soul, as we
    • remains their leader far beyond his own lifetime. So completely does
    • within our space, and the same space which gives us life gives it to
    • figures into the same world in which we live; they share our life
    • themselves, by the inner “life sense” which was still
    • Greeks something quite alien to them had entered in. The natural life
    • before us in death is the warrant for the external life of the human
    • earlier epochs, the life of which he could share, and could thus
    • Michelangelo, because he no longer had the life sense active within
    • associated with the life of his time, in a different way, however,
    • this period of his life when he was at work on the ceiling —
    • since vanished, but even in his lifetime this mighty work was
    • 1564 he died. Every period of man's life can be creative; it
    • probably during his last days as he looked back over his life
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    • poet (Christian Morgenstern) and his nature in the life after death.
    • THE PRESENCE OF THE DEAD IN OUR LIFE
    • after death. The significance of myths and fairy tales in life.
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Publisher's Note
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    • The Course of My Life,
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture One: Understanding the Spiritual World (Part One)
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    • whole life in this incarnation is retained in the etheric body, is
    • perceive the etheric world around us during earthly life because we
    • life. After death, too, the soul must be filled with much more active
    • strength than in ordinary life to relate to its environment.
    • life. We need this greater strength when we have passed through the
    • preparation for life after death.
    • and images that are linked with our life after death and thus with
    • our entire soul life. For spiritual science can be understood by
    • also means to lead a conscious life after death. Assimilating modern
    • fact, this type will frequently not even experience a life after
    • astral body in ordinary life, but we can quite easily see part of it
    • is much cleverer than we have become through physical life. If you
    • forces, we learn to lead an inner life that makes us clairvoyant in
    • physical life if we are not fully conscious, so we do not lead a
    • healthy soul life in the super-sensible world if we do not see
    • certain times in their life by methods other than those described by
    • judgment in those areas of life where they are clairvoyant. But we
    • have been someone important in a previous life. Such a person was
    • There are, of course, childhood illnesses in all areas of life, and
    • cultural life.
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Two: Understanding the Spiritual World (Part Two)
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    • poet (Christian Morgenstern) and his nature in the life after death.
    • former. It is my only firm basis, and the eternal life I took
    • life, his courage for living, and his belief in life come from —
    • The Way toward the Blessed Life,
    • which can be said to contain his life's teachings, to a small group of
    • concrete insight that should permeate our life in regard to the
    • with it bestow upon all human life.
    • spiritual life triumphed over the physical body. When I spoke about
    • gradually developed for the description of spiritual life. Through
    • cannot help believing that even if it takes longer than our lifetime,
    • to life in us. That is what I wanted to discuss with you today.
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Three: Awakening Spiritual Thoughts
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    • thoughts on the life of the spirit that might be useful in
    • should not worry about the life of the spirit, about the spiritual
    • about it. Why should we not be satisfied in this life between birth
    • and death simply to do what is necessary for life in the physical
    • life in sleep as we do about life after death. And certainly no one
    • real life we cannot avoid dealing with the spiritual world, because
    • world is by no means irrelevant to our physical life, but is of
    • come to a subject essential for human life. When we see the air
    • with fishes, when we observe the life forms that creep along the
    • of spiritual scientific research for our life between birth and
    • clear to us how this earthly life is connected with spiritual life.
    • tremendous difference between people who in their waking life are
    • life from the beings of the kingdoms of nature below us. We literally
    • life, whom we can clearly visualize, and of whom we often think. What
    • is our relationship with the dead in waking life?
    • between our earth existence and life immediately after death also
    • a person's life here on earth and after death, people all too easily
    • drawing conclusions about our own life. Then we will not worry that
    • on May 6. In the final years of his life, he suffered much. I would
    • suffering. If we compare that with the spiritual life that has now
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  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Four: The Presence of the Dead in our Life
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    • THE PRESENCE OF THE DEAD IN OUR LIFEParis, May 25, 1914
    • different from that of everyday life. It appears to lead us away from
    • the things that seem so important to us in daily life, but in
    • human life.
    • looked in life. However, this is not the usual type of such
    • inner states different from those of our everyday life. We have
    • feel what we usually call “life.” Here life and thinking
    • Now, in our earthly life,
    • your memory a small part of your life at that time. Try to recall as
    • during the remainder of our physical life in the same way you look
    • everyday life; they must give us concepts that are new and different
    • To understand the higher worlds, we must not let our life of ideas
    • represented in a building the next step must be to bring to life the
    • truly promotes the mystical life of the soul and allows revelations
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Five: The Blessing of the Dead
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    • scientific term, in the depths of our soul during our everyday life.
    • life and in conventional science, we learn about the external world
    • we find also in our everyday life. Meditation is a devotion of the
    • limitlessness; we use it at a more basic level in ordinary life. By
    • attentiveness in everyday life we mean not allowing our ideas and
    • life. This is how we can begin to separate the soul's ability to
    • depths of our soul a faculty we know nothing of in our everyday life,
    • life would not suffice to perform the task, which was to understand
    • physical life. In the spiritual sphere, we approach the individual
    • She had died at a relatively early age, in her best mid-life
    • years, and had taken unused life energy into the spiritual worlds.
    • intensity of this unused life energy. Generally, people live to a
    • ripe old age and use up their vitality during their lifetime.
    • These life forces that were not used in our friend's short life
    • capacity allows us to look beyond our life enclosed between birth and
    • life extending into infinite periods of time through repeated earth
    • lives. Then we can understand the life of those we were very close
    • discover not only the physical life between birth and death, but the
    • Christian centuries, the friend whom we knew in her short life here
    • and entered this life with the undigested material. It burst the
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  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Six: Faith and Knowledge
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    • after death. The significance of myths and fairy tales in life.
    • In the physical world life
    • our thinking — in fact, our whole soul life as it takes its
    • birth, we have only life forces, so to speak; our life then is
    • and burgeoning life. Our etheric body always wants to bud and to
    • many new life forces and these then begin to proliferate; the human
    • being then abounds with life forces. This surplus of life forces
    • life forces, which will then be compensated for. However, what has to
    • ourselves any possibility of knowing something about the life between
    • life on earth to assimilate thoughts and ideas that are fruitful for
    • as a zest for life, enthusiasm for being alive, and an ability to
    • cope with life, all of which can be seen even in old age. Children
    • attention to the symptoms of our cultural life. For example, I once
    • itself from life. In the morning, after sleep, our eyes have been
    • restored and are filled with pure life. However, as we perceive,
    • later in life. And the world they enter after death will remain dark,
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Seven: Robert Hamerling: Poet and Thinker
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    • grew to an unbearable level at the end of his life. Prior to the
    • life of striving to reach the highest levels of the spirit: so
    • his life!
    • in the last years of his life.
    • Your memory would be only a pale reflection in the bustle of your life.
    • second half of his life. There was much gossip, even after Hamerling
    • had already been confined to his bed for a large part of his life,
    • and allegations about the sybaritic life the author of “Ahasver”
    • tired of complaining about life. And since he loved Hamerling a great
    • deal, he loved to cite the poet in his complaints about life. On this
    • And life seems so charming to him
    • his poetic career with words truly sounding like a lifetime's program
    • his attitude throughout his life. We must recall one very memorable
    • to the thing that filled his life. So he was carried down and taken
    • lived for the first ten or fifteen years of his life, because I
    • life and personality are an example of a soul growing out of and
    • mystical life of the spirit was awakened in him miraculously at the
    • ascetic life. At that time the boy already possessed a thirst for the
    • beauty-filled world of the Greeks. Yet he saw so many aspects of life
    • to bring beauty and spirituality back into life, and thus return
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  • Title: Lecture: Technology and Art: Their Bearing on Modern Culture
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    • life. Steiner depicts here the transforming power of art as
    • bridge from knowledge yielded by Spiritual Science to a view of life
    • “Modern life” — as we call it —
    • direct connection with Nature by life in cities and towns. And it is
    • common knowledge that ever since the onset of this modern life, men
    • modern life. We must come to feel that Spiritual Science is a
    • necessary counter-balance for elements in modern life that have an
    • life-forces of man.
    • him more deeply about what this modern life signifies for the human
    • has taken even the first steps of the initiate-life lives differently
    • of modern life, and at the very outset I must utter a word of
    • life, retire into a sanctum with the right surroundings and walls
    • of the adjuncts of modern life may come into contact with my bodily
    • life, or to engage in a sort of hothouse cultivation of the spiritual
    • life, should never find favour in the sphere of our movement. In a
    • like to withdraw from modern life into communities where they will be
    • that it is armed against the influences of modern life, can hold its
    • than the night-sleep. In nightly sleep, man's life of thought is
    • more aware of the dimming of the life of thought during nightly
    • sleep. By day it is the life of will that is more wrapped in sleep,
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    • life. Steiner depicts here the transforming power of art as
    • bridge from knowledge yielded by Spiritual Science to a view of life
    • “Modern life” — as we call it —
    • direct connection with Nature by life in cities and towns. And it is
    • common knowledge that ever since the onset of this modern life, men
    • modern life. We must come to feel that Spiritual Science is a
    • necessary counter-balance for elements in modern life that have an
    • life-forces of man.
    • him more deeply about what this modern life signifies for the human
    • has taken even the first steps of the initiate-life lives differently
    • of modern life, and at the very outset I must utter a word of
    • life, retire into a sanctum with the right surroundings and walls
    • of the adjuncts of modern life may come into contact with my bodily
    • life, or to engage in a sort of hothouse cultivation of the spiritual
    • life, should never find favour in the sphere of our movement. In a
    • like to withdraw from modern life into communities where they will be
    • that it is armed against the influences of modern life, can hold its
    • than the night-sleep. In nightly sleep, man's life of thought is
    • more aware of the dimming of the life of thought during nightly
    • sleep. By day it is the life of will that is more wrapped in sleep,
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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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    • 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: Lecture: Morality and Karma
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    • our own life and if it becomes living substance within us.
    • of observing life in itself, is far easier. But if the laws of Karma
    • hold good, life itself must take on a form which shows us how Karma
    • works in the experiences of life and in the development of character.
    • conviction of these truths by observing facts supported by life
    • against a fundamental element of social life: they are an offence
    • Compassion is a fundamental element in the soul life which we share
    • period in a person's life and let us suppose that this person
    • later period of life. A study of human life may show us that a person
    • perhaps lost the habit of telling lies — for life itself is a
    • between a feeling of shyness in later life and hypocrisy at some
    • earlier period of life.
    • that at some later period of life such a person is dependent on
    • others; he will lack independence in the way in which he faces life
    • which build up the next life; it will become interwoven with the
    • In the next life the character qualities build up the three bodies,
    • When we see someone facing life in a helpless and dependent way, we
    • is justified. When we see someone entering life with bad health and a
    • part in his life during his past incarnation.
    • Let us observe life in both cases. What is the effect of criticism
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    • our own life and if it becomes living substance within us.
    • of observing life in itself, is far easier. But if the laws of Karma
    • hold good, life itself must take on a form which shows us how Karma
    • works in the experiences of life and in the development of character.
    • conviction of these truths by observing facts supported by life
    • against a fundamental element of social life: they are an offence
    • Compassion is a fundamental element in the soul life which we share
    • period in a person's life and let us suppose that this person
    • later period of life. A study of human life may show us that a person
    • perhaps lost the habit of telling lies — for life itself is a
    • between a feeling of shyness in later life and hypocrisy at some
    • earlier period of life.
    • that at some later period of life such a person is dependent on
    • others; he will lack independence in the way in which he faces life
    • which build up the next life; it will become interwoven with the
    • In the next life the character qualities build up the three bodies,
    • When we see someone facing life in a helpless and dependent way, we
    • is justified. When we see someone entering life with bad health and a
    • part in his life during his past incarnation.
    • Let us observe life in both cases. What is the effect of criticism
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  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • greater extent with vegetative life, they were not so lifeless, not
    • modern science and in which he takes so great a pride? Only lifeless
    • cannot grasp life. To be sure, some investigators believe that if
    • the alternating play of life through complicated combinations of
    • understand the mineral, lifeless substance; that is to say, they will
    • cognition, and because a lifeless instrument can only be used to
    • recognize lifeless things. The etheric body, the astral body and the
    • in the same way in which the physical body recognizes lifeless
    • physical body which is dead to a high degree, and this lifeless
    • head as something lifeless, as something which is constantly dying.
    • corpse can only grasp lifeless things.
    • intelligence, which is bound up with the lifeless body, cannot
    • grasp the world through our lifeless body. That is to say, we only
    • take hold of the lifeless, mineral essence of the world. But we must
    • again ascend and return to the regions enabling us to grasp life.
    • lifeless body, our intelligence now follows the path described to you
    • approaching life from the basis of lifeless things and by reaching,
    • lifeless things to that of living things. This is what I mean when I
    • our world conception and our views on life. Through the special
    • that today people are chiefly interested in the soul's life
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    • greater extent with vegetative life, they were not so lifeless, not
    • modern science and in which he takes so great a pride? Only lifeless
    • cannot grasp life. To be sure, some investigators believe that if
    • the alternating play of life through complicated combinations of
    • understand the mineral, lifeless substance; that is to say, they will
    • cognition, and because a lifeless instrument can only be used to
    • recognize lifeless things. The etheric body, the astral body and the
    • in the same way in which the physical body recognizes lifeless
    • physical body which is dead to a high degree, and this lifeless
    • head as something lifeless, as something which is constantly dying.
    • corpse can only grasp lifeless things.
    • intelligence, which is bound up with the lifeless body, cannot
    • grasp the world through our lifeless body. That is to say, we only
    • take hold of the lifeless, mineral essence of the world. But we must
    • again ascend and return to the regions enabling us to grasp life.
    • lifeless body, our intelligence now follows the path described to you
    • approaching life from the basis of lifeless things and by reaching,
    • lifeless things to that of living things. This is what I mean when I
    • our world conception and our views on life. Through the special
    • that today people are chiefly interested in the soul's life
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    • which makes him grow together with his earthly life. When we
    • physical life, or in general upon our whole being, it is evident
    • life, with the sun's ascent to the zenith, and sunset with the
    • born out of the feeling that man stands within the life of
    • processes of sleeping and waking. The course of human life during
    • waking life from the moment of waking up to the moment of falling
    • pervaded by the growing life of plants. Imaginative knowledge
    • life, but with a whole vegetation growing into it. What disturbs
    • through the portal of death, as harvest of our life.
    • kind of life. One year is one of his days, and in the Spirit of
    • human life from the inner aspect, we should look upon it as a
    • structured life; but when we leave the body, the human being
    • our consciousness. Memory brings a connected sequence into life,
    • this secret Saturn-organism and its existence reveals a life and
    • on the fact that during his first seven years of life, the body,
    • may thus be of immense importance in pedagogical life.
    • man's feeling life, we only have to go back as far as the Moon
    • evolution, and for his volitional life as far as the evolution of
    • chiefly with the etheric body, and man's feeling life with the
    • astral body, his volitional life should be connected chiefly with
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    • which makes him grow together with his earthly life. When we
    • physical life, or in general upon our whole being, it is evident
    • life, with the sun's ascent to the zenith, and sunset with the
    • born out of the feeling that man stands within the life of
    • processes of sleeping and waking. The course of human life during
    • waking life from the moment of waking up to the moment of falling
    • pervaded by the growing life of plants. Imaginative knowledge
    • life, but with a whole vegetation growing into it. What disturbs
    • through the portal of death, as harvest of our life.
    • kind of life. One year is one of his days, and in the Spirit of
    • human life from the inner aspect, we should look upon it as a
    • structured life; but when we leave the body, the human being
    • our consciousness. Memory brings a connected sequence into life,
    • this secret Saturn-organism and its existence reveals a life and
    • on the fact that during his first seven years of life, the body,
    • may thus be of immense importance in pedagogical life.
    • man's feeling life, we only have to go back as far as the Moon
    • evolution, and for his volitional life as far as the evolution of
    • chiefly with the etheric body, and man's feeling life with the
    • astral body, his volitional life should be connected chiefly with
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    • I; dream life and outer reality; imaginative cognition and the building
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    • directly from the spiritual world to the general cultural life of today:
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    • has remained there and has not accompanied him through life. Here
    • into life. It has really remained in the spiritual world and has not
    • is not a vehicle of any such ‘life-force’, as is understood by
    • Steiner approaches the life after death by speaking of ‘four phases
    • than in these nine lectures given at the end of his life. Thus, although
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture I: Anthroposophy as What Men Long For Today
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    • in the fulness of life. Feeling ourselves members of the Anthroposophical
    • observe today those who get beyond the superficial aspect of life, we
    • have revived. In their subconscious life the men and women of today
    • enter earthly life through birth; he sees life running its course between
    • do not form ideas about it, but it is deeply rooted in our feeling life.
    • expressed in words. All that makes, for our conscious life, the happiness
    • life: Where is the other world from which the human form comes? —
    • the complaints of their hearts by seizing on some triviality of life,
    • not our heads but the depths of our subconscious life put questions
    • his life in the physical world, which is his instrument between birth and
    • in outer life. But in so deadening themselves they kill within them
    • is the other pole of human life. Thoughts are here, copying external
    • earlier in his present life. All these fill his soul. But what are they?
    • I must admit that my soul life consists of them.
    • within. So it is with the soul life of man. Images, thoughts, feelings
    • life of his soul, to grasp the real being he knows himself to be. And
    • when he discovers that this surging, unreal life of his soul has something
    • your soul life.
    • is destroyed, and led it again to earthly life, giving it its appropriate
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  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture II: Meditation
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    • relation to the form man bears into physical life, Nature is a destroyer;
    • earthly life. It leads man to say: I have preserved within me the beginning
    • become what it is today in its inorganic, lifeless constituents. The
    • man confronts Nature today he usually only studies what is lifeless.
    • growth; he neglects the life in his plants. Present-day science really
    • however, is not merely a scientific question, it has a bearing on life.
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture III: The Transition from Ordinary Knowledge to the Science of Initiation
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    • relation between exoteric and esoteric life; or, in other words, the
    • heavenly bodies and the life and being of man.
    • moon-beings, we do meet them in our pre-earthly life, in the life between
    • our subconscious life and never attains full intellectual clarity, but
    • life, then, directs us to the moon. This may witness to the fact that
    • the course of life. We are continually ‘peeling off’. We
    • constitutes our present life. We are continually doing so. When we see or
    • life and is clearly recognised as part of an active past, and turn to what
    • two people come together for some common task at a certain time of life.
    • experience of life was deep and varied and who said in his old age:
    • On looking back on my life it seems as if every step had been so ordained
    • lunar in man's life. Well, even our feelings can distinguish much,
    • if we study them more deeply. Even in childhood and early life we come
    • in the unconscious depths of our will life, and say: We not only look
    • our will, acting on the deeper life of our soul. What does that mean?
    • our previous life. If people only impress our intellect or our aesthetic
    • sense, they are entering our life without such a previous connection.
    • You can see from this that in human life, especially in human destiny,
    • to expression in a future life on earth.
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    • Today we will again place these two aspects of human life before us
    • response to the needs of life, in his artistic aims and religious
    • your body and go through life with this perception, you encounter that
    • study that is not guided by theory but controlled by life itself, leads
    • now look at our inner life. We experience what we call our psychical
    • life, i.e. our thinking, which can confront us fairly clearly, our feeling,
    • ascribe will to ourselves and, on surveying our inner life, speak of
    • — to what is deeply disturbing. We see that all this soul life
    • If we want to use a comparison we may well say: The soul life is like
    • this soul life destroyed when certain organs are destroyed. Moreover,
    • of the body; and when we grow old our soul life becomes weaker again.
    • The life of the soul thus keeps step with the growth and decay of the
    • on the physical organism, has its own life, its own existence, this
    • above all else in life, for his whole manhood — his human dignity
    • the moral life to be able, as human beings, to obey moral principles
    • being’ only obeying laws. The moral life does not begin
    • all, has led men to strive beyond the life immediately visible, really
    • you bear within you your soul life — your thinking, feeling and
    • on which this moral world itself depends. But where is this inner life
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  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture V: Love, Intuition and the Human Ego
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    • i.e. as an inner musical element, a whirling, weaving life, an inner
    • to a remarkably small degree, in our physical, bodily life. Here the
    • matter actually works in the several domains of life. The remarkable
    • body is always there as a totality which comprises our life up to the
    • sees the human being descend from his pre-earthly life to his present
    • life on earth, and, just before he was conceived by his parents, draw
    • you cannot speak of the etheric body without surveying man's life in
    • unlimited. It has remained there and has not accompanied him through life.
    • the astral body has remained behind, and only throws its beam into life.
    • the whole of your life. Thus the activity that you notice in your astral
    • pre-earthly life — into his existence as a psycho-spiritual being
    • ordinary human life such love does not attain the intensity necessary
    • works into man from his life before birth, that is, of what he leaves
    • then experience the above identification with, and coming to life in,
    • your pre-earthly life to your last life on earth; you slip over, through
    • all you have undergone between your last death and your present life,
    • into your former life on earth — into what we call previous
    • to a new life on earth, becomes wholly spiritual. It cannot be grasped
    • previous life is just as much outside us as another human being of today.
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  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VI: Respiration, Warmth and the Ego
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    • HEN we study human life on earth, we see it proceed in a kind of rhythm
    • life-process, which runs its course in the subconsciousness, continues
    • the active life of feeling that connects willing and thinking, standing
    • sleep. At most we can say that the dream life finds expression when
    • waking life we are aware that our thoughts act upon our bodily
    • us. We deprive the outer air of its life-giving power and return, not
    • to the life of sleep. We must actually investigate whether there is
    • of sleep begin to emerge, as memories do in ordinary life. Only, the
    • quite consciously before, at least in this life. They come to us like
    • during life, you would say: That I am inwardly permeated with life is
    • continually the secrets of your inner life. You perceive these, although
    • life, is darkened as soon as we leave the physical body. And we realise,
    • there we need no longer ‘think’ in the sense of everyday life.
    • during waking life, initiating, with the help of the inhaled air, the
    • during waking life, begins to be very conscious in sleep. It comes before
    • consciousness — though the will as a life process is present in
    • life. We now come to see that all we do through that will of which we
    • at all. What man calls his ego in ordinary life is, of course, a mere
    • him back to his previous life on earth (yellow).
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    • DREAM-LIFE AND EXTERNALREALITY
    • secrets of human life. It is a life that finds expression while
    • we sleep — soul life, dream life, a life that ordinary consciousness,
    • not take his dream-life seriously and, to a certain extent, he is right,
    • of his ordinary life. When he compares his dream-life with his ordinary
    • reality. But the dream-life comes with its re-combinations of ordinary
    • Let us now consider this dream-life as it presents itself to us. We
    • at this type of dream-life that conjures outer experiences in transformed
    • the images of memory which resemble external life as far as possible.
    • In memory we have pictures of outer life that are more or less true.
    • in our dreams, transformed pictures of outer life. That is one kind
    • for a knowledge of the dream-life. It is the kind in which, for example,
    • dream, to the whole inner life of man. There are people who, while actually
    • complex of feelings is translated into the dream-life.
    • better from his dreams than from observing his external life. When we
    • in the ordinary consciousness of daily life, man experiences very little,
    • if we study a man's life, we find that it is governed by his ego —
    • activity of the ego within human life very strongly resembles the first
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  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VIII: Dreams, Imaginative Cognition, and the Building of Destiny
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    • a more intimate study of man's dream-life can lead us towards the Science
    • the imaginative life that is inwardly co-ordinated, clear and luminous,
    • with waking life. I have often emphasised that one who attains really
    • life and its various relationships. On the contrary, it makes one a
    • lives, if he is so ‘superior’ that he sails through life
    • well acquainted with dream-life from his own experience. Nevertheless,
    • dream-life and, in doing so, become aware that we have before us something
    • foreign to his present life — just as the seed taken from the plant
    • in the autumn of a given year is foreign to the plant's life of that year
    • next life on earth, germinating between death and a new birth and growing
    • on into our next earthly life. It is the seed of this next earthly life
    • from the last life on earth — and is now withering. In this way
    • we really come to see that the seed of a future life is being formed
    • life on earth.
    • thoughts acquired in daily life one cannot easily approach this wonderful
    • life on earth. What he experiences in the waking state is the relic
    • of his last life; this plays into his present life, giving him as much
    • as I ascribed to him yesterday when I said of his life of action, for
    • have before us what man is preparing for the next life on earth. These
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  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture IX: Phases of Memory and the Real Self
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    • us valuable insight into the whole of human life and its cosmic
    • in the various phases of its manifestation in human life, beginning
    • man experiences in concrete, everyday life, in thinking, feeling and
    • of memories, for it is this treasury that makes our life a complete
    • past life are obliterated from his memory.
    • Moreover, when we survey from a given moment our life since our last
    • earthly life. But its role is far greater still. What would the external
    • to evoke the soul's own life that it may feel and experience inwardly
    • comprehensive part of man's inner life.
    • We have forgotten so much in the course of life; but there are moments,
    • they passed us by unnoticed. Nevertheless, they are in our soul life,
    • but a fragment of all we receive; in the course of life we take in much
    • when we go through the gate of death our life on earth is followed by
    • a few days in which pictures of the life just ended come before us in
    • so the temporal events of our earthly life are now seen side by side
    • weaker and weaker. Whereas in earthly life we look into ourselves and
    • all that, like memory, we have bound so closely to our life between
    • during earthly life, disappear into the wide spaces of the cosmos. This
    • earthly life, we live in the third phase of memory. This third phase
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    • During the last decades our members have led a pleasant life, devoted
    • America, which was known as a realistic conception of life, a
    • conception of life which was in essentials based on the achievements
    • important affairs of life; and that even if, helped by the
    • discoveries of science, he does so, a common social life is,
    • religious life?” This question, posed in deep earnestness and
    • of human beings as they pass through one life after another. Now in
    • thereby ordained for every single life. The concept of miracle can
    • reincarnation, whereby each single life can be linked up with the
    • previous life on earth without any miracle. I still remember well
    • mere causality, the more the life of human feeling is driven, by a
    • every science and upon all branches of life in such a way that they
    • which makes such a deep incision into modern life, were made to swear
    • numerous important writings and by a pious life spent in the affairs
    • service which he has hitherto rendered by his pious life and writings
    • earthly life is repeated, it comes to the same thing. All these long
    • Divine rules (the Way, the Truth, and the Life) but only the ‘wise
    • particular what the spiritual life itself has to say to what is
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    • of this either for the concerns of ordinary life or in pursuit of
    • the only means through which in ordinary life the human being can to
    • dream, as we experience it today in ordinary life, is only a poor
    • same degree of consciousness that one has in ordinary life, a degree
    • that of ordinary life, of ordinary consciousness, as that of ordinary
    • beings who can approach it a consciousness of the fact that the life
    • continuation of a spiritual life which we have spent in the
    • Now you know that this spiritual life which precedes our birth or
    • pre-natal spiritual life was lost. Plato speaks clearly of that life,
    • life which begins with death, which a man begins by throwing off his
    • if anyone between birth and death here on earth has led a life which
    • the man dies, he has to look back eternally on the one earth life for
    • the life of the soul, this Aristotelian doctrine, and one can still
    • accept a life before birth as a justified belief or, rather, before conception. Just think what it signifies for the whole
    • evolution of humanity not to speak of a prenatal life. When in the churches of today we are told only of a life after death,
    • denominations, by eliminating the life before birth under
    • largest part of the religious life of the modern civilized world
    • with the whole inner life of his soul were to grasp the truth that
    • this earthly life as he enters it through birth lays upon him the
    • a life before birth! Just think how egotism would vanish if that
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    • connection with the modern outlook on life, based on natural science.
    • observes closely the outlook on life of the younger generation and
    • education will bring such a feeling to life. If education up to
    • aspiration, and remained with him throughout his life on earth. To be
    • aware theoretically that one has passed through such a spiritual life
    • before one's life on earth has no very great value, but a
    • both in the individual and more especially in social life, this
    • their life before birth, On the contrary, they feel in themselves
    • quality in the life of civilised humanity. This experiencing of
    • this is very forcibly manifest in social life. You have only to think
    • the conditions of life in the civilised world of to-day have taken
    • appear spirit-self, life-spirit and the true spirit-man; today these
    • germs of spirit-self, life-spirit and spirit-man can unfold. We shall
    • to a higher stage, that life-spirit is the transmutation of the ether
    • nor can I attain life-spirit in my ether body or spirit-man in my
    • falsehood over earthly life. And no social question will be solved
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    • observes closely the outlook on life of the younger generation and
    • education will bring such a feeling to life. If education up to
    • aspiration, and remained with him throughout his life on earth. To be
    • aware theoretically that one has passed through such a spiritual life
    • before one's life on earth has no very great value, but a
    • both in the individual and more especially in social life, this
    • their life before birth, On the contrary, they feel in themselves
    • quality in the life of civilised humanity. This experiencing of
    • this is very forcibly manifest in social life. You have only to think
    • the conditions of life in the civilised world of to-day have taken
    • appear spirit-self, life-spirit and the true spirit-man; today these
    • germs of spirit-self, life-spirit and spirit-man can unfold. We shall
    • to a higher stage, that life-spirit is the transmutation of the ether
    • nor can I attain life-spirit in my ether body or spirit-man in my
    • falsehood over earthly life. And no social question will be solved
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    • A WAY OF LIFE
    • question of practical life, a man will defer to books — or
    • again. He has no wish to remain, in life, in the mood that
    • concerned. And I want to-day to speak of the results for the life of
    • truth and falsehood with other relations of life, we find a
    • whether ideas enrich life or impoverish it, strengthen and aid life,
    • connection of ideas with life. The knowledge of the present day we
    • life of man — the life he had as a being of soul and spirit in
    • us a sound, healthy outlook on life, while on the other hand we
    • devotion to the world; but that thereby our life had become richer,
    • life, becomes a characteristic of one who is able to receive
    • understanding derives impulses to act and work in life — the
    • preparation for life — there, openly, without any disguise, to
    • a pre-earthly life of man, but actually to look into the spiritual
    • we in like manner, throughout our physical life on earth, gradually
    • that alters the whole course of our life. When we look back over the
    • life up to the moment of meeting him was a search for that person.
    • to see his life as the working out of a plan; he recognises how, when
    • he was quite a little child, his life took a direction that was to
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    • A WAY OF LIFE
    • question of practical life, a man will defer to books — or
    • again. He has no wish to remain, in life, in the mood that
    • concerned. And I want to-day to speak of the results for the life of
    • truth and falsehood with other relations of life, we find a
    • whether ideas enrich life or impoverish it, strengthen and aid life,
    • connection of ideas with life. The knowledge of the present day we
    • life of man — the life he had as a being of soul and spirit in
    • us a sound, healthy outlook on life, while on the other hand we
    • devotion to the world; but that thereby our life had become richer,
    • life, becomes a characteristic of one who is able to receive
    • understanding derives impulses to act and work in life — the
    • preparation for life — there, openly, without any disguise, to
    • a pre-earthly life of man, but actually to look into the spiritual
    • we in like manner, throughout our physical life on earth, gradually
    • that alters the whole course of our life. When we look back over the
    • life up to the moment of meeting him was a search for that person.
    • to see his life as the working out of a plan; he recognises how, when
    • he was quite a little child, his life took a direction that was to
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    • vital kind that it finds entrance into life in all circumstances and
    • attitude is demanded by modern life find spiritual science
    • bring life into our most external concerns. I should like to make
    • All the conditions and circumstances of life proclaim this truth; on
    • Human life was completely different in the preceding
    • sufficiently understood. In their soul-life the Greeks and Romans
    • of the consciousness soul is the urge towards an isolated life,
    • of life brings us into contact with certain people and not with
    • who meet in life as friends; it will also be increasingly
    • live their life in common dependent upon their natural tendencies.
    • more out of the abstract into the concrete, into fullness of life,
    • the soul, but also a practical knowledge of life, will be cultivated,
    • adjust ourselves in life that when confronted by karma with a
    • can prove itself in life to be most truly fruitful. Practical
    • certain drying up of the religious life must take place.
    • that the latter might also be able to develop his own free life of
    • the religious life of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch. So that a fresh
    • RELIGION — of the religious life.
    • of life more and more, to penetrate it, and by so doing to come to
    • religious life to unfold, must be kept clearly in view because it is
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    • vital kind that it finds entrance into life in all circumstances and
    • attitude is demanded by modern life find spiritual science
    • bring life into our most external concerns. I should like to make
    • All the conditions and circumstances of life proclaim this truth; on
    • Human life was completely different in the preceding
    • sufficiently understood. In their soul-life the Greeks and Romans
    • of the consciousness soul is the urge towards an isolated life,
    • of life brings us into contact with certain people and not with
    • who meet in life as friends; it will also be increasingly
    • live their life in common dependent upon their natural tendencies.
    • more out of the abstract into the concrete, into fullness of life,
    • the soul, but also a practical knowledge of life, will be cultivated,
    • adjust ourselves in life that when confronted by karma with a
    • can prove itself in life to be most truly fruitful. Practical
    • certain drying up of the religious life must take place.
    • that the latter might also be able to develop his own free life of
    • the religious life of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch. So that a fresh
    • RELIGION — of the religious life.
    • of life more and more, to penetrate it, and by so doing to come to
    • religious life to unfold, must be kept clearly in view because it is
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    • civilization.In ordinary life breathing functions unconsciously. We
    • only if in some way we are not in good health. In ordinary life, breathing
    • part of a weaving cosmic life and this feeling expressed itself in certain
    • In normal life the
    • religious life make light of these things. They declare the great
    • bodily life and even inflicting pain. Whenever pain drove out spirit and
    • experiences of life. One's personality can be strengthened by training
    • body is robust and fit for dealing with external life, as is normally
    • of spiritual life out of which the great religions were born. The
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    • civilization.In ordinary life breathing functions unconsciously. We
    • only if in some way we are not in good health. In ordinary life, breathing
    • part of a weaving cosmic life and this feeling expressed itself in certain
    • In normal life the
    • religious life make light of these things. They declare the great
    • bodily life and even inflicting pain. Whenever pain drove out spirit and
    • experiences of life. One's personality can be strengthened by training
    • body is robust and fit for dealing with external life, as is normally
    • of spiritual life out of which the great religions were born. The
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    • experience that came to him cut deeply into his life — so deeply indeed,
    • even externally, we compare the life of Paul with the earthly
    • has lost the experience of such transitions in later life. In very
    • the development of soul and of body up to the fiftieth year of life, in
    • physical earthly life for just so long as the duration of the span of
    • life which ran in a parallelism between the physical organisation and
    • the organisation of soul and spirit. Then, in relation to earthly life,
    • the second half of his life was determined entirely by what came to him
    • from super-sensible experiences. In this second half of his life he had
    • in the second half of life through sense-experience, because the
    • was not experienced beyond the thirty-fifth year of life. And the Event
    • the life of Christ Jesus and the life of Paul is a remarkable one. The
    • life of Christ Jesus was completely filled with the presence and Being
    • so for a period of time corresponding very nearly to that of the life
    • study of the connection between the life lived by Christ Jesus for the
    • qualities of pre-Christian life, we can feel how different was the whole
    • active strengthening of his own inner life. He had to learn to understand
    • that will inevitably lead to decadence in the whole cultural life of
    • rest content with looking at life in any superficial way; it is
    • great significance in life today.
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    • experience that came to him cut deeply into his life — so deeply indeed,
    • even externally, we compare the life of Paul with the earthly
    • has lost the experience of such transitions in later life. In very
    • the development of soul and of body up to the fiftieth year of life, in
    • physical earthly life for just so long as the duration of the span of
    • life which ran in a parallelism between the physical organisation and
    • the organisation of soul and spirit. Then, in relation to earthly life,
    • the second half of his life was determined entirely by what came to him
    • from super-sensible experiences. In this second half of his life he had
    • in the second half of life through sense-experience, because the
    • was not experienced beyond the thirty-fifth year of life. And the Event
    • the life of Christ Jesus and the life of Paul is a remarkable one. The
    • life of Christ Jesus was completely filled with the presence and Being
    • so for a period of time corresponding very nearly to that of the life
    • study of the connection between the life lived by Christ Jesus for the
    • qualities of pre-Christian life, we can feel how different was the whole
    • active strengthening of his own inner life. He had to learn to understand
    • that will inevitably lead to decadence in the whole cultural life of
    • rest content with looking at life in any superficial way; it is
    • great significance in life today.
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    • Science must and can be for the several domains of life.
    • Anthroposophical Science, for example, into the scientific life in general.
    • administered the central anthroposophical life with real inner faithfulness
    • and wanted to apply it to a particular domain of life, did not as a
    • their full life in the heart of Anthroposophia itself — in Anthroposophical
    • Science as a world-conception, a content of life which they may even
    • day to another, into the anthroposophical life — to get him in
    • his past life and work, and to do so, he would have to leave an abyss
    • behind him. These things must be faced as they exist in real life. Anthroposophists
    • often imagine that life consists merely in thought. It does not consist
    • to unite some special sphere of life with Anthroposophia — some
    • spreading the anthroposophical life into the world. What did we experience?
    • essential life — no longer elaborated in the old way, but derived
    • no value, least of all when we wish to take a hand in practical life.
    • who will not depart from the principle that practical life, after all,
    • near my life for a long time; I took part in them most actively. Thus
    • at this point. As I look back on my own life, I must say that the most
    • peasant,” as they say in Lower Austria. In my life this will serve
    • the farmers and yeomen of our agricultural life. They will be well understood
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    • as it may sound, it is a fact that Western life — life in the
    • Western hemisphere — is quite a different thing from life in the
    • Eastern hemisphere. Life in Africa, Asia or Europe has quite another
    • significance than life in America Possibly, therefore, horns from American
    • the social life of to-day, it is hardly a practical, hardly a topical
    • meditation; preparing himself by meditative life, as I described it
    • people. The conditions of life nowadays are such that it is only too
    • of “peasant's philosophy,” setting down the conceptual life
    • a philosophy dilating upon the intimacies of Nature's life
    • of life. To-day the whole world is changed. The younger ladies and gentlemen
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    • it by the shorter duration of the creature's life. There is a happy
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    • to destroy animal and plant life in this way over wide areas? The method
    • the moral improvement of all human life? That alone can be the panacea
    • against abuses—the moral upliftment of human life as a whole.
    • improvement of life we should never tend to a mere contemplation of
    • betterment of human life in general. This can arise from Spiritual Science.
    • yet, for many spheres of life. I knew a good anthroposophist friend
    • was very generous to the anthroposophical movement throughout his life.
    • absolutely lifeless like the mineral, without including it in something
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    • quite true; man's inner life will become different if these things are
    • This life of men in the midst of electricity, notably radiant electricity,
    • You will thus be destroying a whole host of life. Thereby you will have
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Preface
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    • or scientist's whole life-work; the agricultural course is full
    • a deepening of esoteric life, and in this connection mentioned certain
    • strength necessary for manifesting the spirit in physical life. A bridge
    • with real-life practicality when he spoke on another occasion of wanting
    • get out of touch with the conditions and challenges of real life.
    • plant-life. He went on, with characteristic spiritual courage and a
    • the significance of soil-life, the earth as a living organism, the role
    • — in other words, cosmic aspects of plant-life — remains
    • conditions for plant life, and consequently also for agriculture. Light
    • energy of human life.” And still further: “We can divide
    • scientific knowledge must have found its way into practical life by
    • cycles. Joachim Schultz, a research worker at the Goetheanum whose life
    • and biochemical inter-relationships of metabolic functions in soil-life,
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    • was much concerned with the problem of manures for plant-life generally.
    • life was brought about in the soil, substances were thereby formed which
    • that the plants unfold a quite extraordinary life. The substances he
    • thus produces he describes as “auxines” — life-kindling
    • used for nourishment, the result is a malformation of the nervous life
    • in the life-process only show themselves in the next generation, or
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 1
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    • up, in all directions, with the widest spheres of life. Indeed there
    • is scarcely a realm of human life which lies outside our subject.
    • From one aspect or another, all interests of human life belong to
    • spiritual life. You see, this modern spiritual life has taken on a
    • of life): You see a magnetic needle. You discern that it always
    • many things in life and practice as though they were dealing only
    • the whole Universe. The several spheres of modern life have suffered
    • sphere of life: I am always glad to think that those whose doctors
    • must include a far wider horizon in our studies of the life of plant
    • be perfectly correct. Real life, however, often cannot afford to take
    • possible the physical life of man on Earth — and that, after all,
    • in the life of the Earth. Nowadays we are wont to attach the greatest
    • constituents and is nevertheless of great importance for the life of
    • Studying the life of
    • man (and to a certain extent it applies to animal life also), we
    • observe a high degree of emancipation of human and animal life from
    • emancipation grows. In human and animal life we find phenomena
    • in human life.
    • phenomena of human life take their course in such a way that in their
    • understanding of many things that happen in the social life by
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    • only contains a certain life — a vegetative nature of its own
    • this inner life of the earthly soil (I am speaking of fine and
    • life, which is not even thought of in our time.
    • throughout our life. There is a constant and living mutual interplay
    • Earth what we may call the life-ethereal and the
    • measure on the extent to which the cosmic life and cosmic chemistry
    • the Earth decidedly contains some inner principle of life. It is
    • of their external life. Yet in this very process they become open to
    • individuality, a living organism, living even in time. The life of
    • in its growth. And this we can only do by bringing into the life of
    • the plant such life as is already present on the Earth. That is to
    • say, we must bring into it life that has not yet reached the utterly
    • chaotic state — life that has not yet gone forward to the stage
    • of seed-formation — life, that is to say, which came to an end
    • bring into it such life as is already present on the Earth. In this
    • the plant-life is absorbed by the whole Nature-process. To some
    • extent, all life that has not yet reached the state of chaos rejects
    • the cosmic influences. If such life is also made use of in the
    • earthly life that has not yet reached the state of chaos. On
    • once more, in all domains of life learn — from the whole nexus
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    • not play the first and foremost part in the life of plants.
    • Nevertheless, to understand plant-life it is of the first importance
    • works in the life of Nature, has so to speak four sisters, whose
    • carbon. (The application of these matters to plant-life will
    • life, as we have often emphasised. This, therefore, which represents
    • with the help of sulphur carries the influences of life out of the
    • bearer of life — that is, of the ethereal. And it becomes the
    • bearer of life the moment it escapes from the sphere of those tasks
    • other than nitrogen. Nitrogen guides the life into the
    • Wherever nitrogen occurs, its task is to mediate between the life and
    • in the life of plants and animals, and so on.
    • is, thither the astral extends. The ethereal principle of life would
    • nitrogen is so essential to the life of the soul. For the soul itself
    • is the mediator between the Spirit and the mere principle of life.
    • hand it flows perpetually into the element of life.
    • oxygen — that is, the ethereal life. Then comes the internal
    • small proportion of oxygen, which is the bearer of life, and a far
    • around him slightly poorer in nitrogen than it is in normal life. If
    • you will have a true idea, of the necessity of nitrogen for the life
    • whole life of the Earth.
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    • methods for Agriculture, as it is for other spheres of life. Nature
    • period of life in which the protein is taken, but the whole life of
    • moment. A normal human life lasts longer than ten years, and the harmful
    • it begins to enter into practical life, recognising as it does the wider
    • connections. For in these larger relationships of life, Spiritual Science
    • by virtue of its inherent life and mobility — as of a fuel. It
    • with it. For in practical life, the science of to-day would very soon
    • which science claims to give for various branches of life generally
    • practical domains of life — and notably for Agriculture.
    • the different spheres of farming life we must gain insight into the
    • tendency to life — a tendency to permeate itself with
    • the life ceases with the contours — with the outer periphery of
    • the plant. The actual life is continued, especially from the roots of
    • no hard and fast line between the life within the plant and the life
    • if it is immersed from the outset in an element of life. Fundamentally,
    • permeate the earth with the requisite degree of life. We must come to
    • the inner life of an organic entity also includes currents of forces
    • and activities within it, stimulating and maintaining life within the
    • Life
    • the scent-kindling life within it. So we might say: an organic body
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    • living must be kept within the living sphere. Ethereal life, as we have
    • plant-life in the earth itself.
    • this common life — common to the Earth and all plant-growth—nor
    • how it is continued into the excretion-products of life in the manure.
    • Science no longer knows the working of this all-embracing life. Insight
    • in the different domains of life. We must begin by recognising what
    • spheres of life, we must try to supplement genuine modern achievement
    • good by combating them). In effect, for the living life which is so
    • of life.
    • in this category — “have for plant-life at most the value
    • We want to give the manure the power to receive so much life into itself
    • that it is able to transmit life to the soil out of which the plant
    • the great and wide circles of life — the macrocosmic, not the
    • the life in the earth, so that the earth itself will have a wonderfully
    • healing effect, the calcium must remain within the realm of life; it must
    • and regular and does not give rise to shocks in the organic life
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    • we know of the Moon in ordinary life? We know that it receives the rays
    • all vegetable life, i.e. for that which shoots up from the
    • regulations. That will be progress in our social life).
    • the earth, where it must live, the cosmic forces upon which its life
    • longer live. It shuns life if it has to live in an earth thus peppered.
    • their direction for earthly life and work. Such science is utterly lost
    • receive the faculty to bring forth plant-life out of itself. This faculty
    • environment has an inherent life of its own. With all this life in the
    • — plant-life would grow upon it, developing normally up to the
    • receives something of dying life into itself, and through this dying
    • life there arises, as it were, above the soil — above the primary
    • you see how the several fields of life work into one another. Understand
    • our counsels! Life always proceeds from the entire Universe —
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    • working in the atmosphere, and by the life-ether.
    • the life, together on the farm, of plant and animal. Here again, we
    • are affected by the, owing to the modern conditions of life, of certain
    • growing layer, constantly forming new cells, so that the plant-life
    • of the free grows out of it, just as the life of a herbaceous plant
    • more intensity of life, than the earth otherwise has, i.e.
    • astrality. What happens, then, when the herbaceous life grows out of
    • it has a certain intensity of life. Now the cambium damps down this
    • life a little more, so that it becomes slightly more mineral. While,
    • we still remain within the realms of life — of some of its ethericity.
    • woods and forests as a whole — they have their very life through
    • animals, similar to them, but undergoing the whole of their animal life
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    • Combustion is a process in mineral or lifeless Nature. Quite apart from
    • in practical life. The man who first speaks of “combustion inside
    • is earthly matter. Already in the embryo-life, earthly matter is guided
    • outer life, within our present economic order, it cannot be fully attained.
    • the rhythmic life, and the two poles interpenetrate. What animals do
    • manifold elements of a fruit-like quality develop just life leaf and
    • the real advantage of the vegetarian mode of life. It makes us stronger
    • and in a thoroughly objective way — to the social life as a whole.
    • the social life.
    • remote from farming life. It makes a difference, which you will quickly
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    • everyone believed that each life was only one of a long
    • looked right beyond his personal life, and did not attach
    • higher Ego through Kama Manas. The personal life was to be
    • in which value is attached to the personal life.
    • truth). Jesus is The Life. Jesus says to His disciples:
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    • everyone believed that each life was only one of a long
    • looked right beyond his personal life, and did not attach
    • higher Ego through Kama Manas. The personal life was to be
    • in which value is attached to the personal life.
    • truth). Jesus is The Life. Jesus says to His disciples:
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    • depends in the widest sense on the whole life of man, we
    • should then consider first of all man's life as a
    • the left one. Animals have less inner life, because they
    • between the outer and inner life. Let us indicate this
    • inner life, but there we take into ourselves the external
    • a tiny bit poisonous. For life consists in taking in
    • one with us: we offer resistance, and life really consists
    • his inner life develops by offering resistance to the
    • least, his life and to some extent also his real form) in
    • taking his place culturally in the external life on earth.
    • reveals to us what penetrated into the present life from
    • really remains a child throughout life. Indeed, we may say:
    • through life. We are head, as far as Cancer. We have this
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    • depends in the widest sense on the whole life of man, we
    • should then consider first of all man's life as a
    • the left one. Animals have less inner life, because they
    • between the outer and inner life. Let us indicate this
    • inner life, but there we take into ourselves the external
    • a tiny bit poisonous. For life consists in taking in
    • one with us: we offer resistance, and life really consists
    • his inner life develops by offering resistance to the
    • least, his life and to some extent also his real form) in
    • taking his place culturally in the external life on earth.
    • reveals to us what penetrated into the present life from
    • really remains a child throughout life. Indeed, we may say:
    • through life. We are head, as far as Cancer. We have this
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    • Mystical Lamb, has life-spirit or Budhi as lowest member... January
    • of Form sent their life-giving forces to Saturn; first inception
    • soul, spirit-self, and life spirit. The Mystery of Golgotha...
    • life will again give style to man's environment. The future
    • with forces for daily life. In the interaction between the inner
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    • with our whole modern human life. One does not understand this life if
    • infinitely inventive: at every moment of life they devise something —
    • our life and their action is particularly to be traced by clairvoyance
    • view of life. He who does not realize these things passes through life in
    • blood, of which we have often spoken. It comprises a red life-giving
    • changes the former into spirit-self or Manas and the latter into life
    • manifestation, here in physical life in the human chyle — however
    • so far as they take on a physical body, have their physical life on Venus.
    • spiritual standpoint if one wants to be clear about life. Much could
    • significance and effect for practical life. When one understands life
    • known, life is understood for the first time.
    • and impulses which pulse and flow through our life. Learning to know
    • red life-giving blood. Just as in a burning flame the substances unite
    • what has just been related from the facts of human life. The myth says
    • if one would find deepest wisdom displayed in any sphere of life, one
    • of Spiritual Science. It is to enable man to learn to know life, and
    • of reality and enable him to bring knowledge and wisdom into life.
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    • exercise an influence upon our own life, how they are related to what
    • to further stages of life in the cosmos. We shall of course understand
    • passed through three “life-conditions” (also called “rounds”).
    • It has passed through three of these life-conditions and is now in the
    • form-condition of the fourth life-condition of the fourth planetary
    • life-spirit, spirit-man. His development is not yet complete but will
    • 6. Life-Spirit
    • are beings whose lowest member is the life-spirit and who have yet a
    • lowest member is a physical body, have life-spirit (Budhi) as their
    • who receives; he receives the content of his soul-life, his
    • inner life, from outside; things must exist in the world if his soul
    • into it. These beings of whom I have just told you, who have life-spirit
    • of their life, these beings are not dependent upon receiving anything
    • the life-spirit too is an ether body. The twelfth member of these sublime
    • life, which works in the world in such a way that it does not receive
    • life but gives it forth, offers life in perpetual sacrifice.
    • life into our universe? Is it possible to conceive of life that is perpetually
    • streaming into the world, imbuing the world with life?
    • belong wholly to the Zodiac, who only manifests in planetary life through
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    • had sat on it for a sufficiently long life-time and had watched how
    • those beings which I have described as remaining at a time of life comparable
    • body, ego, spirit-self, life-spirit, spirit-man. The more correct division,
    • or Manas, life-spirit or Budhi, spirit-man or Atma. Thus the soul-element
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    • of Form sent their life-giving forces to Saturn; first inception
    • soul, spirit-self, and life spirit. The Mystery of Golgotha...
    • these beings had an astral body, an ego, spirit-self or Manas, life
    • they continuously ray in fructifying life-saps from the Saturn atmospheric
    • and from all sides — fructifying life-saps streaming down like
    • was such that it did not retain these fertilizing life-saps but rayed
    • rank luxuriant life-saps stream in and are reflected, so that the rudimentary
    • sent their life-bestowing saps down into the warmth masses of Saturn
    • fact that the Spirits of Form no longer have need of an etheric or life-body;
    • they give up the etheric body. They no longer ray down the life-giving
    • in sacrifice and to permeate with their own life-force that which they
    • first formed as picture. If you could endow with life the reflection
    • so that it had its own life and could step out of the eye, then you
    • that took place from Saturn to Sun. On ancient Saturn the life-giving
    • life-giving forces of Chronos rayed in continually upon Gaea and were
    • body, ego, spirit-self, life-spirit, spirit-man, an eighth and a ninth
    • “trickled,” so to speak, the life-rain down on to Saturn.
    • Moon have the ego as lowest member, then they have spirit-self, life-spirit,
    • and have an etheric body, astral body, I, spirit-self, life-spirit,
    • acquire the life-spirit, Budhi, through the transforming of our etheric
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    • gradually became lifeless with the continuous densification. That was
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    • Only if you were of the opinion that this one life between birth and
    • namely, that the fruits of each separate earthly life, that is, the
    • Love work again into what is developed in the single human life via
    • our modern life is based on the fact that the individual lives at the
    • when human souls have grown beyond all mere religious life.
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    • of the just completed life. This lasts for two or three days, it differs
    • only an extract of it remains — the life-fruit of the past life.
    • more perfectly, because he can make use of the fruits of his past life.
    • Thus man has this life-essence and forms his next body out of it in
    • the life that follows.
    • every situation of life the world requires man to share in working on
    • the life-spirit, Budhi, and they can therefore guide and lead in earthly
    • evolution from an insight corresponding to the life-spirit. This is
    • motion. Eygptian social life was especially directed according to the
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    • understand what is meant if we realize that taking part in the life
    • for a time it may be merely a period of waiting. During this life in
    • in the whole development of our life and nature. We have come to know
    • life-spirit, and spirit-man. In his present phase of development man
    • engraved into himself through his life comes back to him as his talents
    • after death we assimilate the fruits of a life and bring with us what
    • made a thorough use of his life, that he left unused nothing which he
    • with its eternal life-kernel. Mankind will have gone forward but they
    • to stay behind, since they have not developed their eternal life-kernel.
    • the fact that they have not made use of life! The world is around them;
    • the life-kernel and mold it to a higher stage. They do not advance with
    • developed their higher principles by making use of earthly life. They
    • esotericism, and which the Leader of Christian life proclaimed to his
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    • can realize from this fact how birth and death in human life have not
    • the same significance in the life of the animal. For when an individual
    • life as elemental beings. Our evolution has gone through the most varied
    • as that of the bee-life in connection with what can be known of the
    • time of the first third of the Atlantean culture epoch. There the life
    • experience which plays a role in man's life today — whether
    • reason why the Patriarchs Adam, Noah, and so on, had such a long life
    • nature. That can be particularly observed in the united life of the
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    • life will again give style to man's environment. The future
    • in the regular course of our life, the beings of our earth, the beings
    • waking life. We know further that the beings which we call animals are
    • Sun evolution, he received the etheric or life body, that in the third
    • into life. The principles of the blood and of the astral body are outside
    • were given him by the impressions of daily life. This all-night activity
    • life of the human soul. One would like it to be known in the widest
    • certain activities of the human soul life. It is not generally imagined
    • that the facts of the soul life have a far-reaching effect. In certain
    • life of the soul can find their true explanation. We all know the deep
    • of spiritual science. In many respects man's whole life is saturated,
    • and untruthfulness, untruth even in the affairs of life, has a definite
    • ego. The result is that in the course of life and by reason of a body
    • and slanders but also other things belonging to the soul life produce
    • at such phenomena of the soul: in spiritual life one must be able to
    • feeling which it creates in the common life that the effect is continued
    • world, the life world, we see grow out of the life of men. Many a man
    • spiritual events of our life are continued, how lies, calumnies, bad
    • our earth. But now you can also understand that if in normal daily life
    • effects in human life. Humanity would have advanced quite differently
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    • with forces for daily life. In the interaction between the inner
    • to such beings here in his life on earth. According as men here on the
    • earth do this or that in their situation in life, so do they establish
    • deep truths of life.
    • place man has the physical body, then the etheric or life body, then
    • upon man in ordinary life with its disorder and chaos, the disordered
    • crypt requires men in the midst of life to stand within it, yet it is
    • the dry commonplace intellect of which we speak in ordinary life. For
    • experiences their deeds in the sphere harmonies and in the life of day
    • back with it into the life of day. And then men scoff at idealistic,
    • wants men exalted above ordinary life and so he takes mythological figures
    • earth. At a relatively early time of life two pictures stood before
    • it comes to life — so he said to himself — but it does not
    • Science is life. It lives in the world process, and when one says that
    • He had a premonition of what human cultural life will be when all that
    • stands in mutual relationship with physical life — this has been
    • done in physical life by art. And spiritual art will always permeate
    • science is expanded to impulses which can penetrate our life and tell
    • to earth the light of spiritual life. Such a life impulse must increasingly
    • expand until the whole outer life becomes again a mirror of the soul.
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    • the findings of spiritual research regarding the life of Jesus before the
    • Baptism and the life of Christ after the Baptism. Among the scenes
    • names a spiritual life of the highest order appears before
    • developed spiritual life, which in the subsequent centuries
    • nothing to bring to the market of Greek-Roman life except
    • with all their strength, as though it were their own life.
    • profundities of spiritual life, will find something which
    • life in Darwinism itself; in other words, if you accept
    • they had to say from the depths of spiritual life, and
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    • the findings of spiritual research regarding the life of Jesus before the
    • Baptism and the life of Christ after the Baptism. Among the scenes
    • tasks of life as reasonable people do, so that others do
    • lost all the narrow restrictions, all the egotism of life,
    • life – which belongs to the sun and what one sees in
    • the sun also as its physical life – is connected to
    • life on the earth. And how when the physical glow is
    • Life of Jesus” would come and say: One does
    • often wandered in life. Now he knew that Jesus died on the
    • life, which can only be revealed to us in all its grandeur
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    • the findings of spiritual research regarding the life of Jesus before the
    • Baptism and the life of Christ after the Baptism. Among the scenes
    • life, as a direct experience, as feeling and
    • point where we must speak of the earthly life of Christ in
    • the Fifth Gospel, in relation to the earthly life of
    • life of Christ from then until the Mystery of Golgotha is
    • understood when we compare it with the life of an embryo in
    • life of the Christ-Being which this being lived through
    • birth of Christ. And we must look for his actual earth-life
    • upon human death. And the life of Christ in the earthly
    • of human life. The human being goes, after a short interval
    • world in order to prepare for the next life on earth. The
    • human being lives though a spiritual life after death. From
    • participation in spiritual life. This pre-Christian
    • participation in the spiritual life.
    • initiated in the fifth degree participated in the life of
    • three-year earthly life for which the concept of karma in
    • about those three years, which we have compared to the life
    • A life was lived on the earth that was not conditioned by
    • Leben Jesu (“The Life of Jesus”) by Ernest
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    • the findings of spiritual research regarding the life of Jesus before the
    • Baptism and the life of Christ after the Baptism. Among the scenes
    • begin with the year in Jesus of Nazareth's life when
    • higher knowledge by encountering the depths of life, and it
    • look more deeply into the secrets of life than any other
    • life itself. That became known to people who at that time
    • which one passed through to reach a life determined by
    • a more contemplative life was possible; they penetrated his
    • But the teachings and life of the Essenes made a great
    • impression on him, so he lived the Essene life as a lay
    • life. One feels himself united to the part of his soul in
    • through life.
    • of Nazareth carried through life the images of Lucifer and
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    • the findings of spiritual research regarding the life of Jesus before the
    • Baptism and the life of Christ after the Baptism. Among the scenes
    • life from when he was about twelve until the end of his
    • consideration of Christ Jesus' life. Therefore we
    • themselves by means of their way of life and their occult
    • of the thirty years of life which I have already described.
    • wish to participate in announcing the spirit, the new life
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    • for them all his life. Known to the high priests as Lazarus, a brilliant
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    • led down to earth by immeasurable rivers of life that flow through space.
    • conditions of life from our own. This seventh epoch will end with a
    • today as their inner soul life, their thoughts, their feelings, will
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    • led down to earth by immeasurable rivers of life that flow through space.
    • conditions of life from our own. This seventh epoch will end with a
    • today as their inner soul life, their thoughts, their feelings, will
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    • are those who have lifted themselves up to knowledge and life in the
    • 13:15 And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed. \
    • earth. These have an influence on human life. The lamb, Christ, contains
    • dead but flowing with life. The signs should be for us doors connecting
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    • their inner life to us. That is how it is in the spiritual world. First
    • the beings become visible, then the inner life of the beings speaks
    • life. The further back we go before the turning point of time, the less
    • value we find ascribed to the externals of life. Absolutely nothing
    • story of their life. The main thing about a Hermes or a Buddha was what
    • were similar everywhere, one heard a spiritual description of the life
    • life followed is the same as that experienced by all initiates when,
    • the most important things. We can describe the life of an initiate if
    • we consider it as a life dedicated wholly to initiation. It would have
    • entered into eternal life; the others died in their sleep. The fallen
    • ways of developing. The human being is born, goes through a life on
    • alternate between spiritual and physical life. With the group souls
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    • there enrich our innermost life of feeling? If a soul has been separated
    • no longer live its life on the physical plane. Just as it is here on
    • what this personality signifies within our cultural life. The nineteenth
    • Everything, even the religious life, was permeated by materialism. Anyone
    • the spiritual life. Science, philosophy, and religion were in the grip
    • to allow a stream of spiritual life to flow into humanity. It is most
    • telling that, within the widest circumference of spiritual life in
    • guide the stream of spiritual life into the world, the stream that should
    • to the spiritual life in an entirely undogmatic, nonsectarian way. Helena
    • take hold of life know, if they strive to evermore penetrate these works,
    • was the low point of humanity's spiritual life. The opponents of spiritual
    • life had, in 1841, the strongest point of attack in the evolution of
    • is up to every individual to find a connection to the spiritual life
    • Life spirit
    • who want to overcome material evolution, who want spiritual life. The
    • letter closes with the symbol of the tree of life: “He who has
    • life spirit. The human being now goes through birth and death, but later
    • this etheric body will become life spirit. Then it will have overcome
    • that means that soul permeates their life. Just as the physical body
    • give you the crown of life.” With these words the development
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    • higher; and another who says: I will stay in the life that surrounds me
    • But after three and one-half days a breath of life from God entered
    • (11:11 And after three days and an half the Spirit of lifeRev. 11:10,11)
    • a vision: The crowns of the two trees, the Tree of Life and the Tree
    • was crucified. What do these two symbols mean, the tree of life and
    • God, it was the tree of life. By becoming earthly, the human being was
    • again attain. At that time the tree of life and the tree of knowledge
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    • of the spiritual life. Our explanation of the Apocalypse will age; future
    • that he then, however, went on to reveal himself through life, suffering
    • in the evening, day life is as if extinguished. With students of initiation
    • provide something that drowns out the impressions from everyday life.
    • able to experience the “crown of life,” the last act in
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    • the spiritual life of the Atlanteans; for, of course, the same souls
    • were in external life simple people; they had their I and their astral
    • spiritual life we are introducing the age of Philadelphia or
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    • beings had to descend into physical life; but in order to preserve them
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    • to like life in the physical, sensible world. They are to see the sun
    • being may come to like physical life too much.
    • (Fear none of those things which thou shalt suffer: behold, the devil shall cast some of you into prison, that ye may be tried; and ye shall have tribulation ten days: be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of lifeRev. 2:10)
    • their lives in physical, sensible bodies. Every life on earth is followed
    • by a life in the spiritual world. One day this ring of reincarnations
    • must say: There is a history of life in the spiritual world. Because
    • in elementary theosophical teaching we cannot describe the life between
    • death and a new birth in more detail we usually describe the life in
    • life on earth. During the ancient Indian age human beings were still
    • 3:5 He that overcometh, the same shall be clothed in white raiment; and I will not blot out his name out of the book of life, but I will confess his name before my Father, and before his angels. \
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    • all of that in their inner lives. Therefore, their feeling life did
    • external as opposed to their inner life. Today we distinguish our inner
    • and our outer being as the contradiction between our life of soul and
    • At night the forces of the moon continually stimulated the life of the
    • the ancient Egyptian's feeling life. The sun spirit was characterized
    • the ancient Egyptian culture. Hence, the religious life was a worship
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    • thirtieth year of his life in order to enter the spiritual world just
    • person. When we follow his life we will find much that is not
    • Then, through the fact that their inner soul life is like the imprint
    • something positive. Theosophy should become life, so that any soul that
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    • of color and form, changeable according to the inner life. If we raise
    • us like a life account, with a balance of everything we have prepared
    • of their inner life on their foreheads.
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    • ancient Indian times, people saw their position in life as the consequence
    • spiritual life.
    • this impulse is that all external, practical life is detached from the
    • branch of practical human life.
    • life, submerged in the materialism that will be constantly growing
    • and spiritual life blood in the future. It will be the light that will
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    • nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being ...”
    • (of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of lifeGenesis 2:7)
    • 13:8 And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world. \
    • 17:8b and they that dwell on the earth shall wonder, whose names were not written in the book of life from the foundation of the world, when they behold the beast that was, and is not, and yet is. \
    • already creative on the earth. They can force the lifeless forces of
    • Today they are masters of lifeless nature. Even though Raphael's
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    • spirit-self, the etheric body into budhi or life-spirit, and the physical
    • achieved the ability to create an external imprint of their inner life
    • in their gesture, features, in their whole life. Because they have worked
    • one another. Their life together will be such that they will not disturb
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    • into all that these souls bring to expression in earthly life. I have pointed
    • life. Today, because I want to call your attention to a particular kind of
    • starting point for modern spiritual life, which we have already considered
    • Jesus. Every moment of their life was to be filled with the perpetual
    • impulse which went forth from the Mystery of Golgotha. It was an intense life
    • now, when such an intense life is lived in the right rhythms, so that it can
    • something of real significance develops out of such a life. I say advisedly
    • deeply mystical life developed in this way among those who belonged to this
    • way a life that is lived mystically is also in connection with the life going
    • life, they had gained those inner victories that Man can gain when with open
    • streams we have indicated in modern history, deep inwardness of life
    • widely over the soul and spirit of Man and over all his social life and has
    • from the spiritual world streams of spiritual life for those who lived in the
    • soul who strives by means of inward purification to attain the life which the
    • unrolls before our view the inner life of Parzifal, who was for him the
    • mysterious connections between the life on earth and the spiritual life,
    • moving towards an ever richer life, and will have to become more and more
    • live a life connected with the earth. The body that is woven of light and
    • sound and life and is within this physical body — the so-called ether
    • body — partakes not only in the life of earth, but in the life of the
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    • into all that these souls bring to expression in earthly life. I have pointed
    • life. Today, because I want to call your attention to a particular kind of
    • starting point for modern spiritual life, which we have already considered
    • Jesus. Every moment of their life was to be filled with the perpetual
    • impulse which went forth from the Mystery of Golgotha. It was an intense life
    • now, when such an intense life is lived in the right rhythms, so that it can
    • something of real significance develops out of such a life. I say advisedly
    • deeply mystical life developed in this way among those who belonged to this
    • way a life that is lived mystically is also in connection with the life going
    • life, they had gained those inner victories that Man can gain when with open
    • streams we have indicated in modern history, deep inwardness of life
    • widely over the soul and spirit of Man and over all his social life and has
    • from the spiritual world streams of spiritual life for those who lived in the
    • soul who strives by means of inward purification to attain the life which the
    • unrolls before our view the inner life of Parzifal, who was for him the
    • mysterious connections between the life on earth and the spiritual life,
    • moving towards an ever richer life, and will have to become more and more
    • live a life connected with the earth. The body that is woven of light and
    • sound and life and is within this physical body — the so-called ether
    • body — partakes not only in the life of earth, but in the life of the
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    • 7. THE CONSCIOUS LIFE OF MAN
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    • concerns Man very closely, namely, the exact nature and life of Man
    • what he appears to be in everyday life, whether it be oneself or
    • one who wishes to reflect, in the occult sense, upon the life of man,
    • the teaching about life is called physiology. This teaching should
    • the organs, of the life-forms and life processes. And since it is not
    • mingles in human life as it is to-day, between the wide-awake life of
    • day and the unconscious life of sleep, the picture-life of dreams.
    • This dream-life is a remarkable intermingling of the wide-awake life
    • unconscious life of sleep. Merely in outline, in a way that the lay
    • life of dreams.
    • of the dream-life has a strange similarity, from one aspect, to that
    • place as an immediate, necessary movement of defense. In dream-life
    • wide-awake life of day, but make this movement of necessity, even so
    • wide-awake life of day, and see something of what goes on
    • therefore, that just as in the wakeful life of day those human
    • wide-awake soul-life, during which we create our concepts through
    • wide-awake life of day, its appearance for us is that which it has
    • something there, within, when the wakeful life of day is blotted out.
    • of the life of day, we should have an ancient mysterious spinal cord,
    • in pictures. So that because of this peculiar, strange, chaotic life
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    • the connection between the life which we call our waking life of day,
    • and that other life, in the first place very full of uncertainty for
    • us, which we call the life of dreams. And we have seen that the
    • the one hand of dream-life, the chaotic life of pictures; and on the
    • other hand the waking day life, which is endowed with the capacity to
    • our life, is conducted from the heart into the lungs; that it there
    • conscious realm we have learned to know in the life of the brain.
    • “soul-life.” We cannot here refrain from recalling,
    • life-body, which contains in itself the causes of the phenomena of
    • life. We shall see later on that anthroposophy, or occultism, does
    • not speak of the ether-body, or life-body, in the same way that
    • people in the past spoke of “life-force.” Rather does
    • is this element of sentiency, of inner life, or, better still, of
    • externally from the plant. If mere life-activity, which cannot yet
    • is to be able to kindle feeling, to sense life inwardly, the astral
    • the ego with the differentiated soul-life, for it also is made up of
    • unity. As far back as we can remember in our life between birth and
    • come together with the differentiated life of the soul, in
    • have done in the case of the physical bodily life and the blood, so
    • could we bring what is related to the soul-life into connection with
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    • to what must be considered in connection with the life of man, with
    • can call forth a state of life different from the ordinary one. The
    • of being were towering up in his soul-life. This is an entirely
    • way of the nerve-system, even though in normal life this occurs by
    • in a manner the process of human life, how it is stimulated from the
    • that we can see in the purely organic, physical inner life of man a
    • and consequently develop only an inner life. Moreover, these organs
    • instrument of the ego, bring to expression in this ego the inner life
    • outside finds expression in the life of our brain.
    • to the great outside world and to the life of man, to the circulation
    • life of the human organism, which expresses itself in the nourishing
    • concentrations as go right down into our inner life, our inner world
    • included under the term “the mystical life,” — to
    • prepared himself by endeavouring to bring to life within himself a
    • that what the human being ordinarily calls in external life his
    • like all other external objects. In ordinary life we are obliged to
    • course these ways of attaining knowledge follow in the life of the
    • body in miniature with every possible sort of inner life, and indeed
    • an inner life highly complicated.
    • life of the world may be felt when we recognise it also externally in
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    • super-sensible human organisms called the ether-body or life-body, the
    • much dead bulk, or at best masses containing that sort of life which
    • first destroy their rhythmic life, as it were, that vital activity
    • in the first place, what constitutes the peculiar life of the
    • nutritive substance “life” here to be conceived in its
    • wider meaning, so that even the apparently lifeless world of nature,
    • its nourishment, everything that it takes from the life of the
    • life. Just as man is directed through his nerve-system, as we have
    • soul-life, our thought-life, our feeling-life, everything which
    • with anything physical, namely, the content of the soul-life,
    • when we consider the activities of our soul-life as inner life; and
    • super-physical world from our own inner soul-life which indeed we
    • other hand, we must ascend also from our soul-life to the
    • soul-life in the superphysical world; for our soul-life, with all its
    • of the soul-life, from what we experience in the sensations, thoughts
    • directly as we can our soul-life. When we are at work in our soul
    • through observation of the soul-life attained through exercises of
    • the soul, that in the moment when we have developed our soul-life far
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    • consciousness of inner life, of being filled with real inner
    • of its own inner life, through the fact that its own life meets with
    • important for human life — processes, in other words, by means
    • life but would experience itself; on the contrary, only as belonging
    • possible to realise the inner life of the human organism is the
    • highest sense enables man to be conscious of his own inner life. Only
    • life, and then goes back as something different, in other words, that
    • inwardly conscious of its own life at its outermost periphery only
    • life between birth and death. With regard to this anyone can convince
    • himself who has known a man at a certain definite time of life, and
    • with the destiny of the whole inner life. We then see, indeed, how within
    • and with his soul-life as well, it would not be possible to imagine
    • your attention yesterday to the fact that the outer life and the
    • inner life of man, as they are expressed in the ether-body, present a
    • contrast; and that this contrast between the inner life and the outer
    • of what has to do with the life of the inner man. There are opposite
    • life of the human being, which has first been changed with the help
    • of the inner cosmic system from the form it had in the life outside.
    • instrument of the ego. From this whole stream of soul-life is held
    • way of inner realisation of the life of the organs. These two streams
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    • the life-process of man there is the interesting fact that in the
    • life-process. We have already in our last lecture directed attention
    • to this instrument of the life-process, in our discussion of the
    • expression of the life-process, to the extent that a living being
    • words, a life-process, within the skin.
    • finally what underlies this life-process, we shall find there
    • life and is a process of secretion, which creates an inner
    • when the substances of nutrition are taken in by the life-process, we
    • processes. Thus we come down a step from the real life-process to the
    • hindrances. Through the life-processes there takes place at the same
    • of the ether-body, or life-body; and the actual process of
    • teaches us that certain forms which in later life are quite clearly
    • on to-day in the individual human life. If we see, then, in the
    • must conclude that human life really expresses itself in this active
    • life, and serves it only as a support.” Or, to express it
    • differently: “Our pulsating blood is our life; our bony system
    • life, because of its ancient origin; has already eliminated itself,
    • system which is least subordinated in its form to the life of the
    • to grow, at that stage in a human life when the ego-experiences first
    • response the life of the individual human being and is more dependent
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    • THE CONSCIOUS LIFE OF MAN
    • conscious life comes to meet this ego. We have at the same time shown
    • conscious life of man; yet at the same time we had to emphasise the
    • active such as enables man to evolve an organ for the life of his
    • normal life, independent of what takes place in the warmth-processes
    • conscious life. We know already from the preceding lectures
    • that the conscious life of man employs the instruments of the blood
    • start out from our conscious life — and I beg you to understand
    • relation of the more or less conscious soul-life to our organism
    • must simply realise that we have here to do with the thought-life of
    • man, and furthermore, within the realm of our soul's life, with
    • the life of feeling and willing.
    • occultism, when it is asserted that all processes in our soul-life
    • of the categories of our thinking, feeling, or willing life, are
    • material processes in the organism, whether endued with life
    • place in our soul-life it produces a wave which repeats itself as far
    • thought-processes go on within our soul-life? Every time we fix upon
    • quickened inner life of the ego to such an extent that the ego has no
    • on in the actually conscious ego-life. These are processes,
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    • a vision of the quickening life which weaves and works throughout the
    • no living inter-relationship — that they are evoked into life.
    • ourselves a nutritional stream, taken in by the life-process, or, as
    • have been taken up into the life-process, we must understand clearly
    • adding to what exists in plant-life, that which elevates him above
    • that dim consciousness by which he is aware of his own inner life. So
    • life, is not in position to mirror its own inner life and thus share
    • life” in itself, but mirrors the flow of its inner life
    • and raises it to conscious life, does any being rise above the
    • experience of the inner life-processes.
    • inner life come about?
    • that conscious inner life comes about through the processes of
    • permeates the inner life-processes, in the processes of secretion. We
    • nervous system which comes to life through the digestive and
    • maintain a dim consciousness of his inner life in the physical world,
    • in so far as he has the stage of the dimly conscious inner life as
    • that it really is what comes to life in the astral nature of man that
    • cosmic system, which vitalise the inner life of man in order that it
    • may as inner life meet the outer life. We pass from the gall-bladder
    • They signify the ascending life, which turns away from a mere being
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    • in six or seven days. When the man of today calls to life in his
    • the heart and mind of the Hebrew pupil of old when he brought to life
    • it, you can only liken it to the thought-life you are able to bring
    • an inward life; then we have the two complexes which arose in the
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    • to life again. For it was without light; light had separated from it.
    • essential characteristic of life on earth. At that time, however, you
    • source of life, it is really vibrant, weaving life! Thus what has
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    • life again from the soul of the Elohim in a new form, a modified
    • plant life springs forth from the earth. Thus the sprouting of plant
    • life on the third “day” of creation is a recapitulation
    • the Elohim there arose the plant life which had been present on the
    • itself in a new form. The plant life is still in a state which is not
    • of plant life on the third “day” of creation unless you think
    • animal life, and with whatever might develop as new formation. Hence
    • Sun evolution the rudiments of an etheric or life body were added;
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    • light and air, and all life during that time manifested itself within
    • solid; above, the life-ether, which is a still finer ether than the
    • and life ethers. In order to be quite sure that nothing is left vague
    • life-ether. After the second “day” of creation something
    • should happen which would indicate to us that life-ether was
    • in Genesis to indicate that life-ether thrilled through the mass and
    • caused life to stir, caused life to unfold. Look at the Genesis
    • of the life-ether, which evokes everything that is said to have come
    • light, sound-ether and life-ether, and in what these activities
    • — light-ether, sound-ether, life-ether — we are concerned
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    • already repeated several times: that behind the weaving life of
    • we can see from an illustration borrowed from everyday life. The
    • become stunted in their growth. Light is an element of life for every
    • continual using up of our physical bodies during day life. That is a
    • the soul unfolds as its inner life in the waking state continuously
    • of which were bestowed during the Saturn existence. The life of the
    • its fluctuant inner life is outside it. Whereas in waking life there
    • which take place during waking life, processes of renewal which take
    • waking life of day we are connected with the destructive forces of
    • our physical bodies which goes on during the waking life of day could
    • of life which could be reached on the Sun was the plant species.
    • Before an animal nature with an inner life could come about there had
    • of creation. Then we saw how the life-ether intervened on the third
    • came forth all that can be brought about by the life-ether —
    • stand next below the rank of the Archai and who regulate life. The
    • activities which not only call an external plant life into existence,
    • but which are now to call forth an inner life, an inner life capable
    • weaving its inward life of image and sensation.
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    • Anthroposophists, which is with the facts of spiritual life. All our
    • spiritual life, of spiritual evolution. So too what is of primary
    • life-ether. We try to acquire ideas about the nature of earth, water,
    • see maya or illusion in all that we encounter in outer life.
    • which are at work in elementary life — in the solid, the fluid
    • from everyday life, to help us to form some idea of this. Take the
    • tiny child on the threshold of earthly life, we know that a unitary
    • soul-life become knit together in a conscious unity. The human being
    • tragedies of human life; here we see how necessary it is that minds
    • should again turn to the sources of spiritual life. Spiritual
    • theme which should guide us into the spiritual life.
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    • the life of the soul. We probably do recognise it as it manifests
    • itself outwardly in the life of the individual between birth and
    • that the kind of consciousness, the kind of soul-life we have today,
    • life is what characterises our present state of consciousness. When
    • before him persons whom he has previously known in life. In the Play,
    • manifest lower and rather worthless elements of soul-life. It is best
    • period the organs acquired an inner life. Thus on Saturn the eye was
    • we have seen that a duality is necessary for a life of full
    • elementary existence light-ether, sound-ether, life-ether —
    • life; then what we call number, or sound-ether; then light-ether;
    • bodies in its environment — take part in the life of the earth.
    • spiritual sound, and life-ether — we must place them in the
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    • under the influence of the life-ether, verdant life unfolds in
    • species form; the earth brings forth the foundations of plant life
    • peculiar life of the astral body during sleep. From my
    • enable us on its return to continue our waking life in the physical
    • yet give him the conditions suited to his earthly life. Man had first
    • vegetation and animal life in air and water — all at the
    • God ... breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, unless
    • understand what this means if we say that man's life of wish, of
    • into the life of man weaving in the etheric heights, before he fell
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    • soul-spiritual life. If it had stopped there, however, man would have
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    • breath of life; and man became a living soul — or, let us
    • of life. The event which is described as the creation of man by
    • life and light breaks into the text, and minor discrepancies in the
    • body as the breath of life. Thus what was implanted as a seed into
    • physical life and physical origins the more hazy the physical forms
    • with all the strength of our inner life to ever higher forms of
    • immerse ourselves in our anthroposophical life. Let us try to take
    • carry it away with us, let us fructify our outside life with this
    • and joy for the rest of his life. When you try to carry out deeds of
    • this teaching into life. Let us permeate ourselves with this spirit,
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    • where he stands in ordinary life and in ordinary science; from there
    • The kind of thinking to which we are accustomed in ordinary life and
    • the whole life of our soul, with all our power of concentration. Our
    • some fantastic way out of the reminiscences of our life.
    • thinking which is used in ordinary life and in ordinary science,
    • moral life. There it has its roots. The Philosophy of Spiritual
    • this direction, a first step which anyone can make in ordinary life.
    • thinking in our ordinary sound conditions of life, and in ordinary
    • health and a sound development of soul-life, a very great deal
    • who have a continuous memory in their waking-life condition, a memory
    • elements that have built up our whole life from our earthly birth
    • picture of their past life; we do not however, see it as a
    • memory-picture, we do not look upon the small details of life, but we
    • not merely set before us the ordinary thinking life of the soul, but
    • that inner life which works upon the physical organism from the
    • of the conception of life, of what I call the etheric body, or body
    • psychical-bodily life of man.
    • should be applied to the soul-life, by observing it in a concrete
    • whole way of thinking, its whole life of representation and feeling,
    • in fact the whole life of the soul, undergoes a complete change.
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    • where he stands in ordinary life and in ordinary science; from there
    • The kind of thinking to which we are accustomed in ordinary life and
    • the whole life of our soul, with all our power of concentration. Our
    • some fantastic way out of the reminiscences of our life.
    • thinking which is used in ordinary life and in ordinary science,
    • moral life. There it has its roots. The Philosophy of Spiritual
    • this direction, a first step which anyone can make in ordinary life.
    • thinking in our ordinary sound conditions of life, and in ordinary
    • health and a sound development of soul-life, a very great deal
    • who have a continuous memory in their waking-life condition, a memory
    • elements that have built up our whole life from our earthly birth
    • picture of their past life; we do not however, see it as a
    • memory-picture, we do not look upon the small details of life, but we
    • not merely set before us the ordinary thinking life of the soul, but
    • that inner life which works upon the physical organism from the
    • of the conception of life, of what I call the etheric body, or body
    • psychical-bodily life of man.
    • should be applied to the soul-life, by observing it in a concrete
    • whole way of thinking, its whole life of representation and feeling,
    • in fact the whole life of the soul, undergoes a complete change.
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    • observation of life it is necessary that we have not only healthy
    • qualities of the soul life in a higher stage come to be of even
    • life. Every human being who wishes to evolve upward to a view of the
    • normal for everyday life and also for ordinary science. Only from
    • the soul life of the spiritual investigator before he begins his
    • consciousness occurs in relation to the areas of everyday life.
    • impairment of the ordinary behavior of soul in everyday life, is like
    • life in the way of vanity, ambition, the ordinary sense of self, and
    • interest in everything life offers, but especially a certain moral
    • exist in the soul but that slumber in ordinary life and must be
    • life, are really brought into consciousness.
    • concentrating his whole life of soul on individual mental
    • quality that is always present in the soul but that in ordinary life
    • life becoming in a certain respect inwardly more active, more infused
    • life. He must be able to notice, to have the knowledge to recognize,
    • own inner soul life. These forces that he has developed in his soul
    • life appear to him first in a mirror image. This is the reason that
    • life of the spiritual investigator for what can appear in the
    • unhealthy soul life as illusions, visions, hallucinations, and the
    • alluded to again and again. The unhealthy soul life, which beholds
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    • observation of life it is necessary that we have not only healthy
    • qualities of the soul life in a higher stage come to be of even
    • life. Every human being who wishes to evolve upward to a view of the
    • normal for everyday life and also for ordinary science. Only from
    • the soul life of the spiritual investigator before he begins his
    • consciousness occurs in relation to the areas of everyday life.
    • impairment of the ordinary behavior of soul in everyday life, is like
    • life in the way of vanity, ambition, the ordinary sense of self, and
    • interest in everything life offers, but especially a certain moral
    • exist in the soul but that slumber in ordinary life and must be
    • life, are really brought into consciousness.
    • concentrating his whole life of soul on individual mental
    • quality that is always present in the soul but that in ordinary life
    • life becoming in a certain respect inwardly more active, more infused
    • life. He must be able to notice, to have the knowledge to recognize,
    • own inner soul life. These forces that he has developed in his soul
    • life appear to him first in a mirror image. This is the reason that
    • life of the spiritual investigator for what can appear in the
    • unhealthy soul life as illusions, visions, hallucinations, and the
    • alluded to again and again. The unhealthy soul life, which beholds
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    • cultural life of today: the requirement of meeting fully the inner need and
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    • The origin of dramatic art in European cultural life. The Mystery Of
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    • The ancient Greeks enjoyed in their everyday life
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    • the deepest spiritual life, fired men with religious fervour for the
    • with religious life, indeed it may be said that it was
    • life. That very concern itself was raised to the level of a religion,
    • took forms which were none other than those of art. Religious life
    • and saw religious life pouring itself into the forms of art.
    • lifted into the refining spheres of etheric spiritual life that their
    • actions of everyday life. Then what we call profane life will became
    • life originating in the Mystery; it is a secularisation of the
    • conviction. The kind of spiritual life which in future will
    • can only come to a true opinion if we let the necessities of life
    • particular expression of spiritual life we prefer; we can only arrive
    • is twofold. Firstly, if European cultural life is not to dry up, to
    • — shown by all that is happening in the life of the mind today
    • years ago to develop the spiritual life on broader lines. And if I
    • literary beginning with the kind of spiritual life which will be
    • Anthroposophy which observes life directly, sees how spiritual life
    • and spiritual life, we find there two figures, figures which have a
    • modern spiritual life — two figures which stand out as
    • can look below the surface of the spiritual life of today these
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    • Steiner depicts here the deep realities of the spiritual life of
    • comprehensive soul-life, a subconscious soul-life, is at work in us
    • unconscious—a soul-life which in most modern men does not
    • emerge into consciousness at all. In this subconscious life which is
    • their Mysteries for guidance in their moral life, and in the
    • throughout life. Today, Demeter forces are not to be found in
    • day. All the relationships and conditions of life were quite
    • one great mass of superstition. What new life such profound and
    • to the surface again for the life of today in the form of Spiritual
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    • completely different view of the world and of life, and of the
    • spiritual movement and life behind the physical plane.
    • all that is familiar in everyday life there stands before our eyes
    • in ourselves thought is born out of the rest of our soul-life. Those
    • idea, as feeling, we have our enduring life of soul, with its
    • emotions and passions, with its fluctuating life of feeling,
    • their permanent soul-life that we recognise individuals. Here we see
    • constitutes the permanent configuration of our inner life, the basis
    • to do something, man needs in this life between birth and death the
    • macrocosmic counterpart of the impulses of will which forced the life
    • physical life when, for example, you enter into an atmosphere which
    • ordinary life we are not aware of this fear, which is there all the
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    • Greek spiritual life. We see that we have to think of the microcosmic
    • human soul, within the microcosm; in actual life we can scarcely
    • so to say, one whose destiny, whose whole life, seems in a way quite
    • life, they too were once human; that was during the Moon evolution,
    • restricted to His life for three years in the sheaths of Jesus of
    • spiritual life, the other Beings, those who rejected the Christ
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    • their participation in earthly life, we can have no doubt that they
    • Jahve, as the extract of the Elohim, means life itself to the ancient
    • Hebrew people. Union with the hierarchy of the Elohim is life, and
    • truly human element in earthly life, tries to assimilate into its
    • elements of earthly life for its own development, and which therefore
    • mental life has only been able to develop through the intermingling
    • life of the soul in modern western civilisation is inconceivable
    • soul-life which we find personified by Persephone was developed in
    • and Zeus. In olden times, forces in earthly life which further the
    • us to maintain life and the sexual instinct that drives us to
    • instincts in the erotic life, then human nature is being purified and
    • abstractions, over mere ideas, as other men do about real life
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    • life, and we shall get no further unless we give some thought to this
    • however, that life is full of contradictions, indeed nothing new, no
    • contradictions? Whenever we look back at the course of our life we
    • anything but decadent. But in the strata of human spiritual life, in
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    • the work within the soul in the life of ideation, the question must
    • of our life of ideation, what constitutes the work of our soul in
    • for the life of ideation?
    • in our soul-life. Within the brain there is absolutely no thought;
    • within it which can reflect back the whole life of the human
    • bodily organism into a mirror of our spiritual life.
    • attainment of knowledge as a matter of life itself, that one feels
    • its course in the process of ideation. Our life of ideation, or
    • soul-life is completely filled by this process of representation. One
    • frontier; and at the frontier the whole life of the soul is thrown
    • with the ordinary soul-life, that is only mirrored in our bodily
    • life. This brings us directly up against the question:
    • matters in ordinary life. That is why it is so difficult to make
    • human ego-life of ideation. And language has many instances of
    • from his previous life and which are the forces which caused him to
    • grow old in that life. Before we die we become old, and the forces
    • the second half of the life between death and rebirth quite different
    • which in the ego-man of today underlies his conscious life of
    • Just as after death our life to begin with runs its
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    • spiritual life, how to begin with the sound instinct, which has
    • changed by what flows therefrom, not as abstract content, but as life
    • the writings of Benedictus, into the ‘Book of Life’. And
    • little strength our customary life has placed It our disposal for
    • of one life lays obligations upon us for many lives, not simply for
    • must accept the impossibility of making everything good in this life.
    • illustrate this point. He says that guilt from the preceding life has
    • complexity of the facts of life will be recognised in wider circles
    • of it as the instrument of his soul-life. But at the same time one
    • gods themselves in the depths of our life-body we are unable to give
    • their own substance—just as we in everyday life can only see
    • when we examine closely our own life of ideation we feel that the
    • life of consciousness. That is something which also dawned upon the
    • described could enter into human life. It streamed into human
    • thought-life of the sub-earthly, the Chthonic deities, but something
    • which was itself a reality, something which would cause our mere life
    • soul as our unreal thoughtlife — suddenly for a moment to be so
    • life by the same path which had been taken by those gods who earlier
    • had only been the thought-life of other gods. But now for the first
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    • elements — in the warmth, light, chemical and life elements
    • the ancient Sun planet come to life again, repeating in the present
    • ether and the life ether. But the sun as it moves in space today is
    • what you normally experience as your soul-life. And it is only
    • fact that our ordinary life of soul, our consciousness, stays on the
    • life for example it would be a test if, after having known a man for
    • would mean the death of true spiritual life. We have to recognise
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    • clairvoyant were filled with far more life, far more reality. We saw
    • grow into world-reality knows that at a certain point in his life
    • horror vacui. Closely confined as the life of the soul is,
    • esoteric life a man delves into his own inner being, he is overcome
    • life of the mind in modern times, a phenomenon to which we have
    • life — then it is seen that, by means of systematic activity
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    • behind all human life, and in a special way related to themselves. The
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    • this self-offering life. They were universally regarded as manifesting
    • the purest, most unselfish communal life. They would be forerunner souls,
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    • The different streams of spiritual life in antiquity converge
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    • The Course of My Life
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    • the greatest problem of life, one should try not to place too high a
    • Love; Whose warmth streams through the life of men and of the earth now
    • Ideas, above all occurrences in the life of the individual human soul.
    • these heights, and contemplate individual human life from hour to hour,
    • this love gives rise to deeds of supreme heroism in the life of mankind,
    • on. The child grows up, becomes a lifelong good-for-nothing, a disturber
    • bull, whose life-blood is offered up in order that man may conquer what
    • he may be able to advance along his path of life, provides the right
    • so deeply into these two realms of the life of soul, studies of the
    • of His life as a man during the thirty-three years of His sojourn on
    • Palestine who during the thirty-three years of His life united in His own
    • and through the Gospel of St. Matthew we learn to understand human life,
    • must be shed on the many diverse domains of life, we might now have passed
    • Gospel. But as human life has its limitations and this level has not
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    • we are shown how the two great pre-Christian streams of spiritual life
    • into the great Christian stream of spiritual life on the earth. The
    • etheric or life-body on the Old Sun, the physical body on Old Saturn.
    • cultural life and civilisation of the West. Constructive reasoning and
    • prevailing in the heavens are factually portrayed to us in the life
    • not able to apply their powers of Imagination to physical life. Hence
    • with the first period of the life of the individual human being up to
    • plane during the first seven years of life. Then comes the second period:
    • life of soul, is no longer bound up with the blood-tie. The Ego was
    • to mankind the offering of the streams of spiritual life inaugurated
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    • life converged, in order, eventually, in the great Christian stream,
    • or ancient Egypt. There is a very marked difference. One who in the life
    • all the other forms of pre-Christian spiritual life, and why had they
    • lost their significance and when something new entered into the life
    • of the spiritual life. They are very ready to speak of prophets who
    • were only a few of these men, but they and their way of life must be
    • Christ might be born and understood. In a mode of life compatible
    • way of life, feeding on the carob bean and wild honey. In the Gospels
    • in man a new consciousness of the spiritual life, and it had to arise,
    • a man is on the point of drowning, the whole tableau of his life flashes
    • what happened in the Baptism given by John. A man beheld his life-tableau,
    • events of his life otherwise completely forgotton. Moreover the nature
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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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    • 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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    • spiritual life.
    • our lifeless inorganic Earth, the mineral kingdom of our Earth. This
    • which is apparently lifeless substance, the mineral which to the
    • materialist is merely lifeless, is to us not only endowed with life,
    • soul-and-spirit part of our so-called lifeless inorganic,
    • plant world is awake. Thus we speak of all plant life on Earth as a
    • whole; and this plant life, as a whole, has a
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    • spiritual life.
    • our lifeless inorganic Earth, the mineral kingdom of our Earth. This
    • which is apparently lifeless substance, the mineral which to the
    • materialist is merely lifeless, is to us not only endowed with life,
    • soul-and-spirit part of our so-called lifeless inorganic,
    • plant world is awake. Thus we speak of all plant life on Earth as a
    • whole; and this plant life, as a whole, has a
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    • of spiritual life, all the world over — without distinction of
    • to be found where the life of spiritual culture exists in its finest
    • life in every department.
    • conditions of life, we can then form some picture of what we have to
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    • of spiritual life, all the world over — without distinction of
    • to be found where the life of spiritual culture exists in its finest
    • life in every department.
    • conditions of life, we can then form some picture of what we have to
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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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    • 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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    • connection between life and death, his eyes of spirit were
    • earthly existence with the proof that life in the spirit will
    • cannot really speak of a self-contained life in the ordinary sense,
    • brought to life within him his achievements and experiences
    • intuitions and insights that had been his in a previous life.
    • in his life was comparable in importance with the experience
    • so we will let one who lived a brief life at the end of the
    • experiences associated with the greatest event in his life
    • you, to where the new seed comes to life, where there will
    • their life was now lived on the physical plane and they
    • germinating power that will make life in the physical world a
    • the daily tasks of life they proclaimed the coming of One
    • Osiris to life again on the Earth. He had been transported
    • even during physical life between birth and death the picture
    • and then, one who even in his lifetime had gazed upon Osiris
    • and inventions useful for the purposes of physical life
    • difficult for him during life between birth and death to gaze
    • yonder world. Greater and greater darkness spread over life
    • them nothing but longing and grief. For their life had taken
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    • connection between life and death, his eyes of spirit were
    • earthly existence with the proof that life in the spirit will
    • cannot really speak of a self-contained life in the ordinary sense,
    • brought to life within him his achievements and experiences
    • intuitions and insights that had been his in a previous life.
    • in his life was comparable in importance with the experience
    • so we will let one who lived a brief life at the end of the
    • experiences associated with the greatest event in his life
    • you, to where the new seed comes to life, where there will
    • their life was now lived on the physical plane and they
    • germinating power that will make life in the physical world a
    • the daily tasks of life they proclaimed the coming of One
    • Osiris to life again on the Earth. He had been transported
    • even during physical life between birth and death the picture
    • and then, one who even in his lifetime had gazed upon Osiris
    • and inventions useful for the purposes of physical life
    • difficult for him during life between birth and death to gaze
    • yonder world. Greater and greater darkness spread over life
    • them nothing but longing and grief. For their life had taken
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    • from spiritual sources, has acquired the ability to study life as it
    • some seven, eight or ten years now a real student of human life can
    • things of life pass unheeded to-day. But one who has acquired an eye
    • from the first days of life, from the first week onwards, something
    • course — a “reluctance” to enter life. Souls
    • effects of this experience are active in his coming life. Here on the
    • of what they have immediately experienced in earthly life. Now such
    • does not go through life half asleep. We have seen the great
    • to enter human life from the spiritual world is now seeking to enter.
    • spiritual life. They have not persuaded themselves of this
    • really to meet the spirit and the life of the spirit in freedom and
    • of view and previous conceptions of life; yet people cling firmly to
    • these old points of view and conceptions of life and simply do
    • spiritual wave invading our life so powerfully to-day.
    • physical body in general. But one cannot understand human life with
    • life if we can rise to a thinking that is not produced by the
    • present day life! When one spoke, maybe from this or that angle, of
    • little by the abysmal depths in human life, but there was no need to
    • that it is a spiritual world that is trying to invade our life.
    • bring our decisions with us, if we do not appeal to this life in the
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  • Title: Lecture: Some Characteristics of To-day
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    • from spiritual sources, has acquired the ability to study life as it
    • some seven, eight or ten years now a real student of human life can
    • things of life pass unheeded to-day. But one who has acquired an eye
    • from the first days of life, from the first week onwards, something
    • course — a “reluctance” to enter life. Souls
    • effects of this experience are active in his coming life. Here on the
    • of what they have immediately experienced in earthly life. Now such
    • does not go through life half asleep. We have seen the great
    • to enter human life from the spiritual world is now seeking to enter.
    • spiritual life. They have not persuaded themselves of this
    • really to meet the spirit and the life of the spirit in freedom and
    • of view and previous conceptions of life; yet people cling firmly to
    • these old points of view and conceptions of life and simply do
    • spiritual wave invading our life so powerfully to-day.
    • physical body in general. But one cannot understand human life with
    • life if we can rise to a thinking that is not produced by the
    • present day life! When one spoke, maybe from this or that angle, of
    • little by the abysmal depths in human life, but there was no need to
    • that it is a spiritual world that is trying to invade our life.
    • bring our decisions with us, if we do not appeal to this life in the
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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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    • 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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    • followed by the seventh, when the moral life will be still further deepened.
    • seventh will be characterised by an active moral life.
    • morality are practically separate spheres in the life of soul. It is
    • aestheticism and morality will come to expression in men's life of
    • past life on earth. A kind of sleep then ensues and after a few
    • Then follows the life in Kamaloka, when the earthly life is lived
    • At the beginning of life in
    • takes the following form. — At the beginning of life in
    • out of selfish motives in the last life, shows us a kind of register
    • our physical life. The important fact — for which, naturally,
    • that at the beginning of his life in Kamaloka man feels a very great
    • life that it is the Moses-Individuality who demands reckoning for the
    • records, because in their own life of soul they will have actual
    • quality of being, of potential life.
    • Nevertheless, if during his life in the physical world such a man had
    • from spiritual life and acquires no understanding of Christ will
    • of Christ's life on Earth in the body of Jesus of Nazareth
    • Jesus of Nazareth who for three years of his life was permeated by
    • respect even the external life of the Maitreya Buddha will be
    • patterned on the life of Christ. In ancient times, when a great
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    • followed by the seventh, when the moral life will be still further deepened.
    • seventh will be characterised by an active moral life.
    • morality are practically separate spheres in the life of soul. It is
    • aestheticism and morality will come to expression in men's life of
    • past life on earth. A kind of sleep then ensues and after a few
    • Then follows the life in Kamaloka, when the earthly life is lived
    • At the beginning of life in
    • takes the following form. — At the beginning of life in
    • out of selfish motives in the last life, shows us a kind of register
    • our physical life. The important fact — for which, naturally,
    • that at the beginning of his life in Kamaloka man feels a very great
    • life that it is the Moses-Individuality who demands reckoning for the
    • records, because in their own life of soul they will have actual
    • quality of being, of potential life.
    • Nevertheless, if during his life in the physical world such a man had
    • from spiritual life and acquires no understanding of Christ will
    • of Christ's life on Earth in the body of Jesus of Nazareth
    • Jesus of Nazareth who for three years of his life was permeated by
    • respect even the external life of the Maitreya Buddha will be
    • patterned on the life of Christ. In ancient times, when a great
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  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture One: Individuality and the Group-Soul
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    • phenomena of life, such as the resemblance of certain people not only
    • at the threshold of comprehensive memory, embracing life between
    • life. It is simply a question of how they remember. The
    • After all, what matters is life, not theory. Characteristically, one
    • for example, in the descriptions of the etheric or life body. Rather
    • physical body, proceed to the etheric or life body and say it is
    • is now in physical life and after death. Any other concepts we can
    • regard the anthroposophical movement and spiritual life as mere
    • its place in human life. When we keep in mind that the sixth period
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Two: The God Within and the God of Outer Revelation
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    • examine the facts of spiritual life that are important in our lives.
    • It is not by speaking of what lies on the surface of daily life that
    • we serve our age spiritually, but by gaining knowledge of life's
    • the great events of existence, and only when we judge our own life on
    • the basis of the greatest phenomena of life can we assess it rightly.
    • leaders of spiritual life, who were reading the Gospels, come to
    • evolved further. He has let his contribution to the spiritual life of
    • life flowed into the mainstream of our present spiritual life. Just
    • instrument of spiritual life had to be inherited so that its
    • something that came to life within them. They had to know that what
    • individuals. The life of an individual can be divided into periods of
    • independent. The life of the individual runs its course in certain
    • is one period of seven years in an individual's life corresponds in
    • life, when the hopes of youth to be realized later take root. The
    • and more as significant for all life. This is the law that whatever
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Four: The Universal Human: The Unification of Humanity through the Christ Impulse
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    • perceived and acknowledged if we are to understand the life and
    • facts of earthly life, why human beings are different, why they look
    • then came down again and that the life of earthly incarnations,
    • first seven years of life, when the physical body is still soft and
    • earthly life; in the cosmos it would not make any sense because there
    • other tooth and nail about everything concerning their outer life.
    • the new. Today, people hardly understand the community of life in the
    • this is the review of life. Immediately after we have passed through
    • the gate of death, we will see the course of our earthly life in
    • spiritual science brings to life the realization that we can carry
  • Title: Universal Human: Publisher's Note
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    • The Course of My Life,
  • Title: Lecture: Nervous Conditions in Our Time
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    • declaration. These conditions manifest themselves in life in various
    • the inner life is one of the easiest forms of nervousness. There is
    • public life. Quite recently, there has been no little comment on
    • and abuses, strongly influencing our present life, and passing like
    • take a hand in public life. But they are not inwardly united with the
    • forgetfulness is a great nuisance in life. Anthroposophy says more
    • of these things, but after all, they do occur in life; and there is a
    • this can be very useful for life; one will forget far less. Still
    • nervous conditions. Life itself in such a case will prove that the
    • we can do something in life to strengthen our ethereal body. Now this is
    • see that in ordinary modern life people do not do such things as would
    • themselves a chance in the restless bustle of modern life; they do
    • will see how many things that are done in the bustle of modern life
    • the wish unfulfilled. Examine yourself in life, and you will soon
    • ourselves to this procedure in later life, we can still make good
    • especially in the first seven years of life, you will soon see that
    • the same thing. Look out into life, and you will see that people are
    • affairs. But there is nothing in life which you can truly treat in
    • difficult this is in life. For instance, when a man has lied to you,
    • judgments we pronounce. It would be ample for life if only one-tenth
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    • declaration. These conditions manifest themselves in life in various
    • the inner life is one of the easiest forms of nervousness. There is
    • public life. Quite recently, there has been no little comment on
    • and abuses, strongly influencing our present life, and passing like
    • take a hand in public life. But they are not inwardly united with the
    • forgetfulness is a great nuisance in life. Anthroposophy says more
    • of these things, but after all, they do occur in life; and there is a
    • this can be very useful for life; one will forget far less. Still
    • nervous conditions. Life itself in such a case will prove that the
    • we can do something in life to strengthen our ethereal body. Now this is
    • see that in ordinary modern life people do not do such things as would
    • themselves a chance in the restless bustle of modern life; they do
    • will see how many things that are done in the bustle of modern life
    • the wish unfulfilled. Examine yourself in life, and you will soon
    • ourselves to this procedure in later life, we can still make good
    • especially in the first seven years of life, you will soon see that
    • the same thing. Look out into life, and you will see that people are
    • affairs. But there is nothing in life which you can truly treat in
    • difficult this is in life. For instance, when a man has lied to you,
    • judgments we pronounce. It would be ample for life if only one-tenth
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    • The Significance of Anthroposophy in Contemporary Spiritual Life,
    • which in ordinary life may be called difficult but which are
    • human life, but rather with the mental attitude a man assumes when
    • time of life when we do not think about our own activities in the way
    • our earthly life, we did not first experience its three
    • life, must first raise ourselves into the vertical position.
    • which serve him in later life, learns to orientate himself from left
    • lifeless forms, though it can also be applied to the spatial and
    • breathing being? Because he did actually feel life in the respiratory
    • He felt the vibrations of life, life's rhythm, in his breathing; he
    • the whole body was felt as an inner life-process. He even felt the
    • Middle Ages and their spiritual life. A mediæval student did not learn so
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    • The Significance of Anthroposophy in Contemporary Spiritual Life,
    • which in ordinary life may be called difficult but which are
    • human life, but rather with the mental attitude a man assumes when
    • time of life when we do not think about our own activities in the way
    • our earthly life, we did not first experience its three
    • life, must first raise ourselves into the vertical position.
    • which serve him in later life, learns to orientate himself from left
    • lifeless forms, though it can also be applied to the spatial and
    • breathing being? Because he did actually feel life in the respiratory
    • He felt the vibrations of life, life's rhythm, in his breathing; he
    • the whole body was felt as an inner life-process. He even felt the
    • Middle Ages and their spiritual life. A mediæval student did not learn so
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    • The Significance of Anthroposophy in Contemporary Spiritual Life,
    • accordance with the needs of practical life in these
    • As a view of the world, it should spring from an inner spiritual life
    • life-activity, not on the muscular tissue. Because, however, one has
    • life; and we can enter into all that and give form to such an etheric
    • more to man's soul life and finds direct expression, not in the
    • the man's inner life, following its inner mobility, entering
    • human form at rest. Then, concentrating on man's inner life,
    • is the answer. Man's inner life also sets us a great task; we explore
    • man's inner life. This human inner life, too, strives out into all
    • way in which plastic art once took its place in human life. One can
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • The Significance of Anthroposophy in Contemporary Spiritual Life,
    • accordance with the needs of practical life in these
    • As a view of the world, it should spring from an inner spiritual life
    • life-activity, not on the muscular tissue. Because, however, one has
    • life; and we can enter into all that and give form to such an etheric
    • more to man's soul life and finds direct expression, not in the
    • the man's inner life, following its inner mobility, entering
    • human form at rest. Then, concentrating on man's inner life,
    • is the answer. Man's inner life also sets us a great task; we explore
    • man's inner life. This human inner life, too, strives out into all
    • way in which plastic art once took its place in human life. One can
  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • the most important moments of life. And since fear is closely
    • life. Whenever we were concerned to promulgate a world-conception and
    • let action and social life spring from it, the main thing was joy
    • modern life.
    • æsthetic, scientific and social life. This ancient
    • thyself” entered the historical life of man only when the early
    • sometimes adopted strange forms of outer life, as for instance Bulwer
    • later life can be understood only if one is aware of how he received,
    • ways of life. Precisely in him one can observe what a man's attitude
    • towards life becomes when he admits into his inner experience this
    • is “done.” But things in life are all interconnected, and
    • have what forms the content of the soul, the content of life in which
    • reflections, the mirror-pictures, of external life, when looking into
    • into outer life. It belongs, however, to our time to penetrate into
    • deeper than this life of memory, this ordinary life of thought which
    • nothing at all outside this life between birth and death. Modern
    • have come into existence if the life of ideas did not arise from a
    • penetrate deeply into the connections of modern life by looking at
    • of destruction lies within, beyond the memory-mirror. But the life of
    • The Ego, as experienced in ordinary life, must be given up, if one
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    • the most important moments of life. And since fear is closely
    • life. Whenever we were concerned to promulgate a world-conception and
    • let action and social life spring from it, the main thing was joy
    • modern life.
    • æsthetic, scientific and social life. This ancient
    • thyself” entered the historical life of man only when the early
    • sometimes adopted strange forms of outer life, as for instance Bulwer
    • later life can be understood only if one is aware of how he received,
    • ways of life. Precisely in him one can observe what a man's attitude
    • towards life becomes when he admits into his inner experience this
    • is “done.” But things in life are all interconnected, and
    • have what forms the content of the soul, the content of life in which
    • reflections, the mirror-pictures, of external life, when looking into
    • into outer life. It belongs, however, to our time to penetrate into
    • deeper than this life of memory, this ordinary life of thought which
    • nothing at all outside this life between birth and death. Modern
    • have come into existence if the life of ideas did not arise from a
    • penetrate deeply into the connections of modern life by looking at
    • of destruction lies within, beyond the memory-mirror. But the life of
    • The Ego, as experienced in ordinary life, must be given up, if one
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  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • our inner life.
    • if this egoism is carried out into social life, then evil ensues,
    • evil in the life and actions of men.
    • see from this how complicated is the life into which man is placed.
    • will have to be replaced by a much more concrete life of
    • Material life, together with all the laws of nature, is thrown back
    • life when he hears the “word”, apparently sounding to him
    • studies that which is coming into life, he really only studies
    • earth, then something comes to life in the chaos within him, seed is
    • life, a continual coming to birth. This does not reveal itself in any
    • receive life. They would together become the so-called flesh colour,
    • on life is entirely absent. There, that which is man is thrown back
    • our moral or anti-moral ideals. There is the upspringing of new life.
    • Father God, is endowed with life once more by God the Son; a new
    • springing into life and everything that is on the way down. Hence the
    • religion of resurrection, a religion that awakens again to life that
    • it does approach the centre, but then it begins to receive life in
    • split up and disperse; it becomes living, and spreads out life from
    • the centre in every direction. And together with this life it
    • permeated through and through with inner life. The centre-point
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    • our inner life.
    • if this egoism is carried out into social life, then evil ensues,
    • evil in the life and actions of men.
    • see from this how complicated is the life into which man is placed.
    • will have to be replaced by a much more concrete life of
    • Material life, together with all the laws of nature, is thrown back
    • life when he hears the “word”, apparently sounding to him
    • studies that which is coming into life, he really only studies
    • earth, then something comes to life in the chaos within him, seed is
    • life, a continual coming to birth. This does not reveal itself in any
    • receive life. They would together become the so-called flesh colour,
    • on life is entirely absent. There, that which is man is thrown back
    • our moral or anti-moral ideals. There is the upspringing of new life.
    • Father God, is endowed with life once more by God the Son; a new
    • springing into life and everything that is on the way down. Hence the
    • religion of resurrection, a religion that awakens again to life that
    • it does approach the centre, but then it begins to receive life in
    • split up and disperse; it becomes living, and spreads out life from
    • the centre in every direction. And together with this life it
    • permeated through and through with inner life. The centre-point
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  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • resurrection of thinking: how dead thoughts can be awakened to life in
    • conviction: Christ had passed through death and in His life now,
    • a condition of consciousness resembling dream-life as we know it
    • the onward flow of the life of soul-and-spirit. Birth and death
    • soul can develop onwards and he felt that earthly life was only a
    • section of the onflowing stream of the life of soul-and-spirit.
    • and made no particular impression on them. They knew life and
    • life only — not death, although it was there before their
    • eyes. In their life of soul-and-spirit they were not involved in
    • death. They saw human life only from within, stretching beyond
    • significance to life. They knew only life; they did not know
    • they formed some other picture of the life of soul-and-spirit in
    • death, that earthly life has indeed an ending. Naturally, this
    • experience necessary in earthly life because reason and intellect
    • unconscious, subconscious regions of man's life
    • carry his influence into the conscious life of man. It was
    • knew only of the onward-flowing life of soul-and-spirit as
    • death into life — that is the secret of Golgotha.
    • Previously, men had known life — life without death. Now
    • they learned to know death as a constituent of life, as an
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    • resurrection of thinking: how dead thoughts can be awakened to life in
    • conviction: Christ had passed through death and in His life now,
    • a condition of consciousness resembling dream-life as we know it
    • the onward flow of the life of soul-and-spirit. Birth and death
    • soul can develop onwards and he felt that earthly life was only a
    • section of the onflowing stream of the life of soul-and-spirit.
    • and made no particular impression on them. They knew life and
    • life only — not death, although it was there before their
    • eyes. In their life of soul-and-spirit they were not involved in
    • death. They saw human life only from within, stretching beyond
    • significance to life. They knew only life; they did not know
    • they formed some other picture of the life of soul-and-spirit in
    • death, that earthly life has indeed an ending. Naturally, this
    • experience necessary in earthly life because reason and intellect
    • unconscious, subconscious regions of man's life
    • carry his influence into the conscious life of man. It was
    • knew only of the onward-flowing life of soul-and-spirit as
    • death into life — that is the secret of Golgotha.
    • Previously, men had known life — life without death. Now
    • they learned to know death as a constituent of life, as an
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    • The spiritual life of the
    • during the passage from medieval life to modern life. A chief quality
    • instead experience, during earthly life itself, a kind of inner
    • light, which is kindled during life on earth. Why is it so? Because
    • connected with earthly life, dwells in the depths of man. If we
    • soul. The consciousness of Christ must arise in the life of the soul,
    • whole of life, but narrow-minded people do not bother about this
    • is, of course, placed into modern life, and in working out natural
    • old Father-principle into new life, but when it studies history it
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    • The spiritual life of the
    • during the passage from medieval life to modern life. A chief quality
    • instead experience, during earthly life itself, a kind of inner
    • light, which is kindled during life on earth. Why is it so? Because
    • connected with earthly life, dwells in the depths of man. If we
    • soul. The consciousness of Christ must arise in the life of the soul,
    • whole of life, but narrow-minded people do not bother about this
    • is, of course, placed into modern life, and in working out natural
    • old Father-principle into new life, but when it studies history it
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • be, as it can be, a life-draught for our souls, it must prove to be
    • increase the soul's life of feeling, so that we become emancipated
    • than can be imagined in the ordinary life of to-day, so that they may
    • cosmically like opposite poles in relation to the soul-life of man living
    • first breath in earthly life, before he leaves his mother's body and
    • easily we may delude ourselves in external life and mix up cause and
    • case. When we look clairvoyantly upon the boy's life, upon the life
    • sustained the physical body and physical life for many decades. These
    • mankind, but in the life which awaits the earth for the remainder of
    • conditions of life and death, I want to point out to you an
    • element of spiritual science which considers life itself, so that an
    • In the East, a soul-life is
    • by the spiritual life of the peoples living on its western boundary.
    • spiritual life, not only in the form of idealism, but a 1iving
    • spiritual life. It will be like a spiritual sun moving from
    • greater than itself and of sending light into life; before it can
    • bodies here on earth, and on behalf of physical life. We cannot help
    • of the life now unfolding within and around us will be followed by
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    • be, as it can be, a life-draught for our souls, it must prove to be
    • increase the soul's life of feeling, so that we become emancipated
    • than can be imagined in the ordinary life of to-day, so that they may
    • cosmically like opposite poles in relation to the soul-life of man living
    • first breath in earthly life, before he leaves his mother's body and
    • easily we may delude ourselves in external life and mix up cause and
    • case. When we look clairvoyantly upon the boy's life, upon the life
    • sustained the physical body and physical life for many decades. These
    • mankind, but in the life which awaits the earth for the remainder of
    • conditions of life and death, I want to point out to you an
    • element of spiritual science which considers life itself, so that an
    • In the East, a soul-life is
    • by the spiritual life of the peoples living on its western boundary.
    • spiritual life, not only in the form of idealism, but a 1iving
    • spiritual life. It will be like a spiritual sun moving from
    • greater than itself and of sending light into life; before it can
    • bodies here on earth, and on behalf of physical life. We cannot help
    • of the life now unfolding within and around us will be followed by
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    • in the ordinary course of life. When we speak of such things, we
    • knowledge is connected with our moral life. We do not only speak of
    • knowledge transmitted by the senses) is a pole of our cognitive life
    • on another side of life. And our life is indeed under the influence
    • human life is born for him out of two roots which are completely
    • between these two poles of our soul-life. Those who earnestly pursue,
    • spiritual life by disdaining to approach men with a shallow mysticism
    • loathsome places, but also in the modern life of humanity. They
    • undoubtedly exist also in the modern life of humanity. And it is
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    • in the ordinary course of life. When we speak of such things, we
    • knowledge is connected with our moral life. We do not only speak of
    • knowledge transmitted by the senses) is a pole of our cognitive life
    • on another side of life. And our life is indeed under the influence
    • human life is born for him out of two roots which are completely
    • between these two poles of our soul-life. Those who earnestly pursue,
    • spiritual life by disdaining to approach men with a shallow mysticism
    • loathsome places, but also in the modern life of humanity. They
    • undoubtedly exist also in the modern life of humanity. And it is
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • for the habits and thoughts of everyday life, such as we
    • the life of the whole universe. Just think what a vivid
    • living a part was played in everyday life by whatever could
    • cosmogony in real life. Our mode of conception is not, in the
    • is the part played by the science of our day in common life,
    • Without a cosmogony in life, men cannot be strong.
    • civilisation lacks the power to ground life upon a broad
    • But to bring new religious impulses into life, for
    • action in life. That is why all the processes of our
    • view of life. Only when a man comes to recognise himself
    • in some life or other everyone has deserved what he gets.
    • do not raise our civilised life, they only serve to sink it
    • theories alone one can do nothing. To do anything in life, it
    • be an actual influence in social life? Is there no
    • And we must ask ourselves: — Where in the life
    • impulse exist for a communal life among men that is religious
    • realising this temperament in outer life. That is just the
    • Cosmogony. Anyone acquainted with the spiritual life of the
    • materialistic as Anglo-American spiritual life is in the
    • create, along with the life of great cities, a conception,
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    • for the habits and thoughts of everyday life, such as we
    • the life of the whole universe. Just think what a vivid
    • living a part was played in everyday life by whatever could
    • cosmogony in real life. Our mode of conception is not, in the
    • is the part played by the science of our day in common life,
    • Without a cosmogony in life, men cannot be strong.
    • civilisation lacks the power to ground life upon a broad
    • But to bring new religious impulses into life, for
    • action in life. That is why all the processes of our
    • view of life. Only when a man comes to recognise himself
    • in some life or other everyone has deserved what he gets.
    • do not raise our civilised life, they only serve to sink it
    • theories alone one can do nothing. To do anything in life, it
    • be an actual influence in social life? Is there no
    • And we must ask ourselves: — Where in the life
    • impulse exist for a communal life among men that is religious
    • realising this temperament in outer life. That is just the
    • Cosmogony. Anyone acquainted with the spiritual life of the
    • materialistic as Anglo-American spiritual life is in the
    • create, along with the life of great cities, a conception,
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    • Lifestyle.
    • spiritual life into the physical. Initiation opens out to man
    • our life — by a sudden and unexpected event.
    • means attribute to ourselves in ordinary life. We see it as
    • perceived abundant spiritual life; having perceived the seven
    • since the moment when the life of Christ passed through the
    • of her inner life which was bound to the physical body. It
    • inner life of soul, so that it was taken hold of by those
    • some time in her life she had undergone an experience similar
    • it in the last thirteen days of her embryonal life. She was
    • her embryo life. For she was born on the 6th January. That is
    • future. Radically we must renew the spiritual life of
    • about the spiritual life in wide circles in the outer world
    • precisely such a time, a rebirth of the life of the human
    • soul must take place. All branches of human life must find
    • And among other things, all the artistic life must come near
    • spiritual science must come to life in our souls. As a living
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    • Lifestyle.
    • spiritual life into the physical. Initiation opens out to man
    • our life — by a sudden and unexpected event.
    • means attribute to ourselves in ordinary life. We see it as
    • perceived abundant spiritual life; having perceived the seven
    • since the moment when the life of Christ passed through the
    • of her inner life which was bound to the physical body. It
    • inner life of soul, so that it was taken hold of by those
    • some time in her life she had undergone an experience similar
    • it in the last thirteen days of her embryonal life. She was
    • her embryo life. For she was born on the 6th January. That is
    • future. Radically we must renew the spiritual life of
    • about the spiritual life in wide circles in the outer world
    • precisely such a time, a rebirth of the life of the human
    • soul must take place. All branches of human life must find
    • And among other things, all the artistic life must come near
    • spiritual science must come to life in our souls. As a living
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    • form is an expression of the course of his entire life.
    • present life on Earth. And when we consider the
    • limbs today. As a man goes through life between death and
    • a certain connection with them in earthly life itself.
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    • form is an expression of the course of his entire life.
    • present life on Earth. And when we consider the
    • limbs today. As a man goes through life between death and
    • a certain connection with them in earthly life itself.
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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.
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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.
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    • felt comparatively recently in the spiritual life of the West. Think
    • examine Goethe's life and writings we find no trace of the influence
    • the spiritual life of the East has steadily increased, until in our
    • the history of Western spiritual life should tell us that the idea of
    • earthly life and we may look forward to an ever fuller life wherein
    • when in one such earthly life he can liberate himself from this
    • unprejudiced observation of life in the sense of Spiritual Science.
    • In normal human life to-day
    • “intelligence” in connection with waking life only, but
    • earthly life is admitted. Even science is less inclined to agree with
    • life which was the natural fruit of this backward-turning gaze to
    • principles as the fundamental tendencies of Indian spiritual life can
    • last gleam across the evening skies of Indian spiritual life a few
    • the Indian looked at the external world with which human life is so
    • sustained in earthly life and not utterly lost in maya. In his
    • all life's sorrows — were hidden from him. He grew up seeing
    • only the joys of life. But the Bodhisattvic consciousness was ever
    • sight of the corpse he realised that death consumes life, that the
    • element of death enters life with its fruitfulness and power of
    • that he cried out — so the legend runs — “Life is
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    • felt comparatively recently in the spiritual life of the West. Think
    • examine Goethe's life and writings we find no trace of the influence
    • the spiritual life of the East has steadily increased, until in our
    • the history of Western spiritual life should tell us that the idea of
    • earthly life and we may look forward to an ever fuller life wherein
    • when in one such earthly life he can liberate himself from this
    • unprejudiced observation of life in the sense of Spiritual Science.
    • In normal human life to-day
    • “intelligence” in connection with waking life only, but
    • earthly life is admitted. Even science is less inclined to agree with
    • life which was the natural fruit of this backward-turning gaze to
    • principles as the fundamental tendencies of Indian spiritual life can
    • last gleam across the evening skies of Indian spiritual life a few
    • the Indian looked at the external world with which human life is so
    • sustained in earthly life and not utterly lost in maya. In his
    • all life's sorrows — were hidden from him. He grew up seeing
    • only the joys of life. But the Bodhisattvic consciousness was ever
    • sight of the corpse he realised that death consumes life, that the
    • element of death enters life with its fruitfulness and power of
    • that he cried out — so the legend runs — “Life is
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    • and moral life — I mean the intellectualism obtaining in our
    • cannot help asking: What is the real attitude of social life to all
    • distinctions and relations between such facts of human life as a
    • — for so far as the life between birth and death is concerned,
    • and Spirit outside the range of earthly life, realising that
    • sciences of life. They can only pander to an intellectualistic or
    • psychic craving which would like to be rid of outer life and then
    • develop a Spiritual Science which will be able to bring life into
    • details of life, to the marvellous structure of the body itself. You
    • manifestation of soul-life it is when one blows one's nose! The point
    • all the ordinary sciences of life.
    • usefulness. Certain domains of life must be dealt with by specialists
    • conception of the world applicable to the practical details of life
    • meaning of life will arise.
    • social life! There will be far greater understanding in the
    • of life are based upon objective knowledge and concrete
    • health and disease in our fellow-men would have in social life. Think
    • conception of man think of the effect it would have in social life.
    • different spheres of life. And hygiene, the care of health, is a very
    • falls to the lot of our fellow-men when their mode of life is healthy
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    • and moral life — I mean the intellectualism obtaining in our
    • cannot help asking: What is the real attitude of social life to all
    • distinctions and relations between such facts of human life as a
    • — for so far as the life between birth and death is concerned,
    • and Spirit outside the range of earthly life, realising that
    • sciences of life. They can only pander to an intellectualistic or
    • psychic craving which would like to be rid of outer life and then
    • develop a Spiritual Science which will be able to bring life into
    • details of life, to the marvellous structure of the body itself. You
    • manifestation of soul-life it is when one blows one's nose! The point
    • all the ordinary sciences of life.
    • usefulness. Certain domains of life must be dealt with by specialists
    • conception of the world applicable to the practical details of life
    • meaning of life will arise.
    • social life! There will be far greater understanding in the
    • of life are based upon objective knowledge and concrete
    • health and disease in our fellow-men would have in social life. Think
    • conception of man think of the effect it would have in social life.
    • different spheres of life. And hygiene, the care of health, is a very
    • falls to the lot of our fellow-men when their mode of life is healthy
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    • and the Life in Spiritual
    • new birth, i.e. in his pre-earthly life. At birth the child is
    • equilibrium for earthly life is a faculty which man does not bring
    • with him. He must acquire it during his earthly life.
    • pre-earthly life, balance or equilibrium is not the same as it is on
    • pre-earthly life, balance and equilibrium signify the relation
    • earthly life. He has left the former and has not yet entered into the
    • speech or language is adapted during our life on earth. But in the
    • pre-earthly life as I have already explained, man has a very
    • correspond to breathing in the pre-earthly life). Thus in pre-earthly
    • descend on to the earth. We lose the life within the cosmic language,
    • indeed our speech is the earthly reflection of our life in the Logos,
    • yonder in the pre-earthly life. Indeed, when we study this
    • life in that element which corresponds to the Sound in speech and
    • life, sets more store by the nerve forces than by the breathing
    • pre-earthly life. For in our rhythmic system we are far nearer to the
    • as it is on earth, including spoken sound. Sound has its earthly life
    • pre-earthly existence from out of which he is born for earthly life.
    • begins his earthly course of life is placed into the midst of earthly
    • again a little step, leaves the earthly life to take its course
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    • and the Life in Spiritual
    • new birth, i.e. in his pre-earthly life. At birth the child is
    • equilibrium for earthly life is a faculty which man does not bring
    • with him. He must acquire it during his earthly life.
    • pre-earthly life, balance or equilibrium is not the same as it is on
    • pre-earthly life, balance and equilibrium signify the relation
    • earthly life. He has left the former and has not yet entered into the
    • speech or language is adapted during our life on earth. But in the
    • pre-earthly life as I have already explained, man has a very
    • correspond to breathing in the pre-earthly life). Thus in pre-earthly
    • descend on to the earth. We lose the life within the cosmic language,
    • indeed our speech is the earthly reflection of our life in the Logos,
    • yonder in the pre-earthly life. Indeed, when we study this
    • life in that element which corresponds to the Sound in speech and
    • life, sets more store by the nerve forces than by the breathing
    • pre-earthly life. For in our rhythmic system we are far nearer to the
    • as it is on earth, including spoken sound. Sound has its earthly life
    • pre-earthly existence from out of which he is born for earthly life.
    • begins his earthly course of life is placed into the midst of earthly
    • again a little step, leaves the earthly life to take its course
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    • has enabled to gaze with unbiased vision into the reality of life,
    • existence than the souls of modern men, who in their waking life are
    • the inner life of soul and Spirit. What we to-day would speak of as
    • Man experienced a weaving, moving inner life, the shadowy echoes of
    • which remain in our present dream-life. It was an inner life,
    • perception revealed to him this life of soul and Spirit, and, as a
    • bodily life as was the case in earlier times. He looks upon birth as
    • their contemplation of this life of soul. Birth and death were states
    • of growth, metamorphoses of life. They knew the reality of a
    • occurrences in an unceasing life.
    • inner being or is imparted to him in ordinary life by earthly
    • physical life and move upon Earth; I am clothed in my physical body
    • the same forces which enabled him to gaze into the life of soul and
    • in the whole life of Nature. Thou art clothed in an outer physical
    • his earthly existence hallowed, although in his waking life he still
    • express it as follows: The dreams of a life of soul and Spirit that
    • the human soul. The instinctive knowledge, arising in man as his life
    • Whose life had been divined by the ancients as they gazed upwards to
    • passed through earthly life and through death. For the death and
    • crucifix, and felt in this figure the heavenly guarantee of a life
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    • has enabled to gaze with unbiased vision into the reality of life,
    • existence than the souls of modern men, who in their waking life are
    • the inner life of soul and Spirit. What we to-day would speak of as
    • Man experienced a weaving, moving inner life, the shadowy echoes of
    • which remain in our present dream-life. It was an inner life,
    • perception revealed to him this life of soul and Spirit, and, as a
    • bodily life as was the case in earlier times. He looks upon birth as
    • their contemplation of this life of soul. Birth and death were states
    • of growth, metamorphoses of life. They knew the reality of a
    • occurrences in an unceasing life.
    • inner being or is imparted to him in ordinary life by earthly
    • physical life and move upon Earth; I am clothed in my physical body
    • the same forces which enabled him to gaze into the life of soul and
    • in the whole life of Nature. Thou art clothed in an outer physical
    • his earthly existence hallowed, although in his waking life he still
    • express it as follows: The dreams of a life of soul and Spirit that
    • the human soul. The instinctive knowledge, arising in man as his life
    • Whose life had been divined by the ancients as they gazed upwards to
    • passed through earthly life and through death. For the death and
    • crucifix, and felt in this figure the heavenly guarantee of a life
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    • that your inner life extends to an inner sphere of your being, where
    • same way in which moral impulses are endowed with life, with a life
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    • that your inner life extends to an inner sphere of your being, where
    • same way in which moral impulses are endowed with life, with a life
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    • that our ether body has become during earthly life — has become
    • three years of human life and about our entrance into the world. If
    • years were to permeate one in the middle of life (as I mentioned in
    • develop such discrimination only through our life in connection with
    • materialism has conquered such broad and far-reaching areas of life,
    • both outer and within the human life of feeling. There, a spiritual
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    • that our ether body has become during earthly life — has become
    • three years of human life and about our entrance into the world. If
    • years were to permeate one in the middle of life (as I mentioned in
    • develop such discrimination only through our life in connection with
    • materialism has conquered such broad and far-reaching areas of life,
    • both outer and within the human life of feeling. There, a spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: On the Dimensions of Space
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    • everyday functions of life, in a word, all the activities of man in
    • The life
    • of feeling which meet him in the world of space. In his life of
    • as human beings in the life of soul — we must
    • say of the soul-life that it is unspatial.
    • the life of the remainder of our human being inasmuch as it is
    • thing. Even in ordinary life we have a feeling for the essential
    • should find more easily the transition to the soul's life. For
    • has a united feeling-life. The star-fish
    • star-fish has no Feeling-life at
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    • everyday functions of life, in a word, all the activities of man in
    • The life
    • of feeling which meet him in the world of space. In his life of
    • as human beings in the life of soul — we must
    • say of the soul-life that it is unspatial.
    • the life of the remainder of our human being inasmuch as it is
    • thing. Even in ordinary life we have a feeling for the essential
    • should find more easily the transition to the soul's life. For
    • has a united feeling-life. The star-fish
    • star-fish has no Feeling-life at
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    • earth's strata with their fossiliferous constituents, and
    • plant-life, and that in the deeper layers we come to fossil remains
    • of less developed forms of life, which today we are accustomed to
    • primitive and simple forms of animal- and plant-life gradually
    • of the gradual development of life and also of the other occurrences
    • remains of animal life rest, as it were, on others, and such others,
    • our earth which preceded all “life.” For the composition
    • the earth any “life” as it is today. For geology finds
    • a fire-process within which any possibility of life is
    • was overlaid by the younger, fossiliferous layers through other
    • life possible. One has to envisage all this as being accompanied by
    • remains provide living witnesses of the fact that life has existed
    • layers upon which the life-carrying layers are resting, and study
    • still presents itself in a kind of lifeless condition. That is where
    • have devoured nothing living; they are prior to all life, above all
    • life. – At this moment, as the inner attracting and moving
    • less and less perfect forms of life on the earth with a mixture, at
    • less and less perfect beings as the forerunners of all forms of life
    • air but intense, pulsating life. And the further we go back the
    • containing multifarious and varied life within it, not yet inhabited
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    • earth's strata with their fossiliferous constituents, and
    • plant-life, and that in the deeper layers we come to fossil remains
    • of less developed forms of life, which today we are accustomed to
    • primitive and simple forms of animal- and plant-life gradually
    • of the gradual development of life and also of the other occurrences
    • remains of animal life rest, as it were, on others, and such others,
    • our earth which preceded all “life.” For the composition
    • the earth any “life” as it is today. For geology finds
    • a fire-process within which any possibility of life is
    • was overlaid by the younger, fossiliferous layers through other
    • life possible. One has to envisage all this as being accompanied by
    • remains provide living witnesses of the fact that life has existed
    • layers upon which the life-carrying layers are resting, and study
    • still presents itself in a kind of lifeless condition. That is where
    • have devoured nothing living; they are prior to all life, above all
    • life. – At this moment, as the inner attracting and moving
    • less and less perfect forms of life on the earth with a mixture, at
    • less and less perfect beings as the forerunners of all forms of life
    • air but intense, pulsating life. And the further we go back the
    • containing multifarious and varied life within it, not yet inhabited
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  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • a definite direction. When we turn our attention to the life of the
    • soul we may say that at the one pole of this soul-life lies the
    • ordinary life we call feeling, qualities of the heart, and so on.
    • Naturally, however, what actually takes place in the life of the soul
    • that we maintain a completely passive attitude towards life, so
    • our will-activity, so that in this connection we may say: in the life
    • origin. And in this case the one pole of our soul-life, thinking, has
    • a completely different origin from our life of will.
    • if we limit our observation to the affairs of everyday life we shall
    • delight us, repel us. Feeling imbues our will impulses with life, and
    • in ordinary life there is some indication that this is the case, and so
    • creates in us the possibility of thought, all that we owe to our life
    • during the first seven years of his life, up to the time of the
    • in man from the moment he enters upon his physical, earthly life.
    • the first weeks of his life and you will certainly say: The child has
    • forces of the will, and the development of child-life consists
    • of conception. The life of the will is therein contained.
    • portray man in some such words as these: Man brings his thought-life
    • his willing life into the bodily substance which is given to him by
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    • and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
    • a definite direction. When we turn our attention to the life of the
    • soul we may say that at the one pole of this soul-life lies the
    • ordinary life we call feeling, qualities of the heart, and so on.
    • Naturally, however, what actually takes place in the life of the soul
    • that we maintain a completely passive attitude towards life, so
    • our will-activity, so that in this connection we may say: in the life
    • origin. And in this case the one pole of our soul-life, thinking, has
    • a completely different origin from our life of will.
    • if we limit our observation to the affairs of everyday life we shall
    • delight us, repel us. Feeling imbues our will impulses with life, and
    • in ordinary life there is some indication that this is the case, and so
    • creates in us the possibility of thought, all that we owe to our life
    • during the first seven years of his life, up to the time of the
    • in man from the moment he enters upon his physical, earthly life.
    • the first weeks of his life and you will certainly say: The child has
    • forces of the will, and the development of child-life consists
    • of conception. The life of the will is therein contained.
    • portray man in some such words as these: Man brings his thought-life
    • his willing life into the bodily substance which is given to him by
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    • Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life (publ. 1931).
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    • Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life (publ. 1931).
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    • 017-0 Jacob Boehme: Life and Doctrines (352
    • 234-3 Paracelsus: Life and Prophecies (320 pp.
    • 2020-8 Earthly Death and Cosmic Life (84
    • Life and Doctrines (352 pp.)
    • Life and Work of
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    • to what concerns theosophical life during such an interval —
    • wise without significance to the life limited to Central Europe. You
    • life when none of us will any longer be able to be present in our
    • is the special manner in which we intend to carry theosophical life
    • theosophical life should be carried into all branches of life and
    • teaching, but that it can be carried out into our immediate life,
    • arguments, but that from its own life fresh vigour can be drawn for
    • the active life of Art. This can be observed by the inner
    • observation of life. I might say a great deal if I were to speak
    • passes out into the different departments of life.
    • attained — that our theosophical life should lead to our
    • knowledge in the separate domains of life — even of occult life
    • that current of theosophical life we call our own, we do not make
    • basis of our whole theosophic life. There is in reality only one
    • which, till now, no one in spiritual life had any conception, —
    • remaining sixth part in an orderly manner, yet in Theosophical life
    • brought into occult life through her.
    • who has become Buddha, no longer descends into physical life, can
    • bring to bear on our theosophical life occult researches which
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    • aware of the cessation of time. We notice an indefinite life of which
    • spiritual foundation of our life is present, though it is not yet
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    • derived from the soul-life itself, from the ethical wisdom-laden life
    • is to be recognised as what in our modern life — even
    • penetrate further, from the life of ancient Saturn to that of the
    • life in the soul. What would our souls feel through either the vision
    • the higher Self with wisdom. In ordinary life we only know self-will
    • understand how we obtain from our own soul-life a still more accurate
    • to the earth by the Christ-Being is on the earth, fulfils its life on
    • sense again come to life on earth. Just imagine all that has been
    • life; on the other hand the possibility of destroying the sacrifice
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    • had to glance into our own soul-life to describe the spiritual
    • to appeal to certain conditions in our soul-life, conditions by no
    • of bestowal added to that of sacrifice we ascend from the life of
    • life a man does something, accomplishes something, the impulse of his
    • will allow life to flow over us, not longing for this or that, but
    • this life, the more forceful shall we become as regards the activity
    • is not always the case. A man who has begun to lead a higher life,
    • support life, who is determined to accept what destiny brings him
    • with what in ordinary life is called ‘asceticism,’
    • something far removed from our everyday life; and then we are guided
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    • our own soul-life — concerning such phenomena we have
    • do stand behind them. For example, in ordinary life we recognise the
    • regarding them which only have meaning in our ordinary life. It will
    • the sacrifice. Guilt or atonement as we know it in our ordinary life,
    • nearer to the earthly life of man, we find this mood in ourselves
    • depths of Soul-life. This feeling with which we are all acquainted
    • holds sway in the secret depth of our Soul-life, and sometimes pushes
    • sacrifice by referring to our own Soul-life, when we tried to
    • that although our Soul-life is fitted into our earth-body, an upper
    • layer exists over this hidden Soul-life in the depths. Who could fail
    • to know that there is such a hidden life of the Soul? Life itself
    • clear to ourselves something of this hidden life of the Soul, let us
    • unjust accusation; but as life now is, although such an experience
    • may have bitten deeply into the childish life, the later Soul-life
    • put another layer of existence over it, and as far as everyday life
    • the surface of the Soul-life just as there may be movements beneath
    • do the hidden depths of the Soul-life play their part on the surface.
    • Soul-life is a heritage coming to us from those primeval times of
    • the other. We can feel this even in our human life, we live and move
    • ego-consciousness we have a Soul-life which can play its part. And
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    • depths of the soul-life, from what arises in the astral body. There
    • in the nature of man, actually leading the life of the soul to find
    • been able to grasp as the inner movement of that life. We thus found
    • described as bringing sublimity and life into anything, however dry.
    • separate it from ourselves, tear it away from the life it has in
    • has no life in itself, but only in the great organism of which it is
    • death by life. But where can this conquest of death alone be
    • speak of the incision into life that we call ‘death.’ Man
    • know Him in the life He lives now. And not only will they know the
    • nature of His present life, but they will also be convinced just as
    • event, may be able to experience it in the intermediate life,
    • acquire no understanding in this incarnation, will, in the life
    • immediately following this — the life between death and
    • facts important to our higher life, this alone is comprehensible in
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    • Precondition for a conscious soul life. The nature of feeling.
    • soul life. Liver as sense organ for the substances of the outer
    • Earth and life. Medical thought knowledge and therapeutic
    • Imagination and the life of the muscle; inspiration and the life of
    • cause of illness in the patient's course of life. Meditation.
    • energy die away to nullity but moral thinking imbues life into
    • the life of thought with the will. Pure thinking: irradiation of the
    • life of thought by will. This leads to Freedom. Irradiation of
    • the life of will by thoughts leads to Love. The meaning of the
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    • parallelism. It is said that the life of soul and spirit and
    • the bodily life run their courses simultaneously and parallel
    • why the bridge between the physical nature and the life of
    • the physical to the life of soul.
    • or other forms of animal life are seen, in very truth, to be
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    • earthly life, through the ego organization. The human being
    • with budding, sprouting life. The life force in any single
    • tendency to paralyze this budding, sprouting life — not
    • world whereby life is continually poured into the organs.
    • only etheric activity, budding and sprouting life in your
    • organism, you would never have a life of soul, you would
    • life must be damped down. Therefore in any organ where the
    • etheric life is damped down or lamed, we have, even in normal
    • human life, the perpetual beginning of illness. There can be
    • to lead a vegetative existence. If you want to unfold a life
    • what the astral organism does day by day in the life of man,
    • organism unfolds life and the astral organism damps down the
    • life. In the waking state (I shall yet have to speak of
    • that we can say: The life of feeling in man is simply the
    • reflection, in the life of soul, of the life of illness. If
    • there is a swinging to and fro, there underlies the life of
    • swellings or growths appear. In the entirely normal life of
    • between growths and the inflammatory process. The normal life
    • are able to perceive truly, we can see in the normal life of
    • life of feeling. Illness is only an abnormal life of feeling
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    • inner life of the head, the soft substances and fluids of the
    • doing, how has life brought him to this particular place.
    • have said many times that the first period of life, the
    • nothing, for in the twelfth year of life these substances
    • fourth or fifth year of life. We unfold a real knowledge of
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    • same if the remedies are made here, with the esoteric life
    • esoteric, spiritual life must be taken, above all, in
    • call up this subconscious life of the astral body,
    • really come to life in the soul.
    • the scent can draw life from this leaf nature. And streaming
    • During the first seven years of life particularly, the forces
    • nature you fill your medical knowledge with life that is
    • fill your medical knowledge with life, you will begin to
    • quicken life in your medical thinking.
    • You come to life
    • The Life of my Soul
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    • life — and most strongly of all in the medical sphere
    • in every domain of life. We must enter into a real communion
    • spiritual life. And it may sound rather trivial when one
    • regarding the esoteric path as a mere adjunct to life; one's
    • path of life must be completely filled with esoteric
    • must quicken a deep inward life.
    • earth, is the same as thought. In thought, life freezes.
    • The question of how karma works in human life needs a real,
    • way as other branches of the spiritual life in Dornach.
    • In the life
    • heed to the inner conditions of the esoteric life. And so the
    • esoteric life hitherto is that people have been arrogant
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    • the muscle has its life in its metamorphosis. In contrast to
    • provide for the growing organization during life in
    • look after the life that is coming into being during earthly
    • life, are present, in germ, at a very early stage, although
    • inner organs that are to receive life are built up out of the
    • a physical condition but also a condition of the life of
    • and the life of soul can be entirely eliminated, but then
    • bound up with life.
    • Life
    • warmth, light, chemical forces, life — and we have the
    • the lowest ether, then the highest ether is the life ether.
    • the etheric body, from warmth into life. What does this mean?
    • life ether upon his solid organization. If you really grasp
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    • for generally speaking, the life of soul is otherwise
    • of the physical environment. A person whose life is such that
    • his subconsciousness an exact counterpart in his life of soul
    • life there is a difference, for one person writes with his
    • life. His destiny has fashioned this earth life and his
    • life. But remember this: movements that do not involve
    • within him which, in the ordinary course of his life, is not
    • life — not to the physical body; illness is closely
    • related to the spiritual life. Illness is the physical
    • imagination of the spiritual life and because the physical
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    • relate your destiny to the earthly life immediately preceding
    • earthly life, in the fifth or sixth life following the
    • life, gives a firm standpoint. The other direction, however,
    • life. This is just what ordinary science does. Science does
    • ordinary life; on the contrary, science throws all its weight
    • ordinary, current view of life does not enable us to know
    • thoughts as in ordinary life, he calls forth illusion,
    • that illusions paralyze our life if we pass over into the
    • take your medical life in tremendous earnestness. You must
    • take the meditative life with such strength into your soul
    • that through this meditative life you grasp the world
    • being in ordinary life is not the reality. When you vitalize
    • waking life, too, the condition must be such that although
    • pursued here, that can show you how human life can really be
    • here. It may be an ideal in your life of feeling, but it can
    • become, in very truth, life. And as such we will maintain it,
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    • purpose of esoteric teachings is not always to make life as
    • certainly the case. They are also there in order to make life
    • is the case that the whole of our inner life that is to be
    • is expended. What is stunted in the embryonic life is
    • first seven years of life. His inherent tendency would be to
    • life-period, therefore, there is a perpetual struggle between
    • from the pre-earthly life of soul and spirit is strong and
    • life. During those years he must work up in his ego and
    • way than is usual in life. What a feeble effort it is that we
    • not reach so far as actual form, it only gets as far as life.
    • quartz has no life. If the quartz could be pulverized to such
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    • life of the individual according to his capacities and his
    • circumstances of one's life, the special situations of one's
    • life, to make such meditations. Such meditations are done
    • the results that happen in the spiritual life, and one will,
    • life of his soul, then he has the right attitude to
    • external circumstances of life if they do not spring from the
    • seriously in life. An inner vocation arises, of course,
    • in the various domains of life. The physician needs a rather
    • all domains of life should lead on to reality, not to
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    • automaton imbued with life, even if his form were as it is
    • where a certain phase of his life is concluded. When the
    • unfolding of spiritual life takes place. Spiritual life does
    • not proceed from life, but as life retro gresses the
    • spiritual life finds a place in what, figuratively speaking,
    • as studied by modern natural science with the moral life. The
    • moral life hovers somewhere in the realm of abstraction.
    • earliest childhood. In that period of life we have no picture
    • life continues. When you have a ball and push it, it rolls
    • previous earthly life. But one cannot go as far as that. On
    • life in general today, we have, if I may put it so, two kinds
    • kind who were thus externalized in their previous life. They
    • brought into their earthly life no understanding of the human
    • they had no interest of this kind in their life between death
    • the result of not finding in earthly life that for which one
    • particular circumstances of your own life. You will discover
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    • spiritual life — has assumed its present form, is that
    • in Europe, a kind of primitive spiritual life was prevailing
    • spiritual life (things at present are only in germ and have
    • spiritual life which grew and developed under his influence;
    • he took in his life between death and rebirth. If you would
    • (1592–1670). Comenius' life was one of aspiration
    • second period of human life between the change of teeth and
    • It must again be filled with life.
    • divine powers of the world regulated life on the basis of
    • the course of life on earth the individuality who comes from
    • beginning of earthly life there is working, most strongly of
    • earthly life, harm arises when the individuality enters into
    • previous earthly life is working on the organ which now ought
    • only to be influenced by the present earthly life. The proper
    • present spiritual life, thrusting him back into his own
    • general cultural life, that is what I meant in the lectures
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    • center of life. The astral body and ego structure have,
    • the etheric body is also filled with life, inasmuch as the
    • a man in his life of soul and spirit is really asleep. Then
    • childhood with the prime of life, the differences will not be
    • [- the embryonic life -]
    • twelve senses, also to the sense of life
    • that of the prime of life, maturity — now let the
    • into the picture of man in the prime of life, who does not
    • And then the picture of the prime of life must be carried
    • Back into the prime of life,
    • And the prime of life
    • Back into the life of youth.
    • Out of the Ether life.
    • Dada's mode of life. The child learned no more than
    • feeling that an old acquaintance of pre-earthly life had
    • through the whole of scientific life, above all through the
    • early in my life I tried to show how the human being, when he
    • concrete facts of life can have an extraordinarily good
    • who comes into earthly life burdened with sin, because the
    • human being has to overcome in the second half of his life.
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    • For life's fullfilled humanity.
    • will flow into medical life and patients will feel this to be
    • filled out parts are bearers of life in the head and
    • other things in purely psychological cultural life which
    • serious and tragic conflicts in life.
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    • basically all organized life consists of expansion and
    • most people go through life without any real self-knowledge.
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    • gradually discovering its place in the life of the cosmos,
    • and on the other, its place in the social life. But it will
    • cannot understand the life and activity of the soul unless we
    • nearer to the life of soul. Materialistic
    • an organism, is bound to confront the life of soul with
    • other organisms that the life of soul comes to immediate
    • Ether, Life Ether, and in addition we find in it, in a very
    • organism during waking life. We can speak in a similar way of
    • to consider waking life, from what has been said we shall
    • cosmos and which in waking life we have driven out through
    • Waking life
    • and sleeping life may therefore also be studied from this
    • out through our Ego, for in waking life it is the Ego that
    • pictures of dream-life as immediate realities in themselves,
    • life, and we can certainly speak of a kind of lower knowledge
    • individualpersonal bearing. If we did not sleep, if our life
    • experienced in the life of soul and in the bodily life.
    • over our life, at the series of images of our experiences to
    • backward survey of our life the intervals of sleep are
    • looking back over our life and nothing flows into this
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    • self-consciousness, and the inner life. As a rule no such
    • consciousness known to us in waking life from the moment of
    • too, we know from ordinary life that in addition to the
    • say: On the one hand our conception of the life of soul is
    • is a matter of any comprehensive understanding of the life of
    • are true, that first everything was astir with life, then
    • life — but it is an etheric, not a
    • physical, seed of life such as issues from the female
    • the experiences in your life that came from aspiration for
    • of life.
    • during the life between birth and death, moral ideas as such
    • become fruitful only insofar as we remain in the life of
    • into the cosmos. And we bring life with us when we
    • begin to have an inkling of what the life that permeates the
    • universe really is. Where are the sources of life? They lie
    • these will carry forth life, tone and light into the universe
    • moral ideals and what works as life-giving force in the
    • and an extinguishing effect upon life. In our
    • imbued with new life. Thus what goes on inside the boundary
    • producing in the solid organism — seeds of Life.
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    • have our place in social life and everything we accomplish
    • social life. Insofar as we are contemplative beings,
    • the truth is that whatever is an active factor in life can be
    • realm of social life — without our identifying
    • must realize, however, that in this life of thought, will is
    • will certainly strike us concerning life and its realities.
    • thoughts other than those brought to us by life. If our life
    • if our life experiences have been meager, we have a meager
    • destiny — to a certain extent. But within this life of
    • the life of thought — all this is inherently our own.
    • The will in our life of thought is our own.
    • this life of thought in careful self-examination, we shall
    • possible to attain complete freedom in our inner life if we
    • outside, but its very life is of the nature of will. By
    • enters into speech. In ordinary life at least, it is so, and
    • involuntary. But the more we go out beyond our organic life
    • organic life; speaking is largely connected with organic
    • life; walking really very little; what we do with the hands,
    • are more and more emancipated from our organic life. We
    • life is constantly deepened when we send will, our own
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    • ‘The Course of My Life,’
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    • state of sleep and their significance for the whole of life.
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    • possibly find his bearings amid the conditions of social life
    • relationships developing in life, especially between human
    • the hours of waking life only. The physical body is closely
    • life. Our senses and intelligence make it evident that from
    • instinctive, imitative life and later in the life unfolding
    • expression of the life of soul — in all this a process
    • the same way. When a human being descends into life on Earth,
    • character work in pre-earthly life on the soul, through the
    • echoes of the forces of the pre-earthly life become
    • life. True, this lowest point is not reached until the
    • 'twenties of earthly life; but then it is unmistakable. The
    • life but is now more under the influence of the capacities
    • life. We must of course also consider the changes that take
    • in the life as a totality. Indeed the evolution taking place
    • during the life of sleep is actually more important than that
    • connected with the waking life for certain forces in the
    • rôle played in human life by speaking, by speech in
    • in waking life participates in the act of speaking. The
    • seventh year of life whatever echoes in the child's soul
    • human environment. The life of feeling, willing and thinking
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    • and their significance for the whole of life. Goethe's
    • beings and their life, we cannot be satisfied by references
    • material life, we call the kingdoms of Nature. We speak of
    • nevertheless they play an essential part in the life of
    • sleeping and waking in human life. Today I should like to add
    • who spends one part of his total life within the spiritual
    • first seven years of his life and his etheric body, or body
    • especially in the earliest period of physical life on Earth,
    • his life the child's waking hours are few: that is to say,
    • only of the life-history of a human being that is enacted
    • also of the other life-history, namely that of the ego and
    • of health and hence for earthly life as a whole, it is
    • of the Cosmos than the outer, physical life.
    • True, the life
    • this connection too a life-history of the ego and the astral
    • physical life-history of a man between birth and death in the
    • during earthly life when the human being reaches puberty.
    • brings from his pre-earthly existence into earthly life he is
    • administration of their whole life were contained, parents
    • life into the elemental world the power that would have put
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    • the life of thought now came under the rulership of the
    • life from the 4th century A.D.
    • dominated life in the days of the folk migrations.
    • when the Crusaders come into the sphere of Asiatic life, mass
    • is quite possible to characterize the historical life of men
    • between death and a new life, by the individual himself who
    • of modern spiritual life. But the number of the latter
    • people must be led back once again to the religious life.
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    • a foundation for what he can learn only in later life, so
    • floated, as it were, on the waves of life, and the waves of
    • life were thrown up — but also calmed in so far as they
    • of his own life. When a man spoke of the Gods he spoke as
    • dissatisfaction with life; and it then passes over into
    • numbers — simply cannot come to terms with life. Some
    • direct concern of human life (green) but of the cosmos
    • life in the world difficult, but we shall also find
    • its life but describes it as it is in the menagerie. The
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    • because our thinking now is devoid of life that our
    • for us to be satisfied with comprehending the lifeless and we
    • hope somehow to grasp the nature of life too, merely by
    • gradually died away with the rise of the abstract, lifeless
    • before our earthly life.
    • confronts the world today, he confronts it with lifeless
    • not. In the colours, in the sounds, at the very least, life
    • whereas in their life on Earth they have around them only
    • fully with man's nature when his thinking was full of life?
    • from the twenty-eighth to the thirty-fifth year in human life
    • something within them was given new life. These experiences
    • seven years of life the ether-world worked through the
    • life it is quite clear to us that what is going to take place
    • only in the future, is not yet here. In etheric life,
    • however, this is not so. In etheric life, time is, as it
    • preceding life back to his birth, chiefly upon his world of
    • acquire no understanding of the life round about him; he can
    • was his before his earthly life. If his thoughts were still
    • matter everywhere if they could comprehend the life that is
    • present in all matter. But because they confront the life
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    • life at that time which, as I have often pointed out, takes
    • human life and meteorological phenomena. In the ancient
    • passed from the pre-earthly into the earthly life.
    • still consciousness of the fact that man's earthly life was
    • calculation were introduced in all domains of life during the
    • Now the life of
    • we imbue with life through our earthly deeds in the way
    • submits himself to this life and is living in a naive
    • described. If doubt is close to the heart, a man's life (or
    • the condition created when man has brought divine life again
    • sub-earthly level. But his lifeless thoughts penetrate into
    • such that when he imbues his thoughts with life he sends them
    • Thus the life
    • they will take effect in life itself if mankind does not
    • importance of the soul-life of mankind, and on the other side
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    • man cannot penetrate to the inner life of the spirit.
    • evolution of the West. His early life. The failure of
    • Verworn's book, The Mechanism of Spiritual Life.
    • memory of everyday life. Dante and spiritual vision.
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    • life — if we meditate upon such an example as this, we
    • relation to the recent investigations into the life of Jesus.
    • had evolved a special form of community or social life which
    • establishment of a community life under Rome that more or
    • emphasised the need for faith and good works. In later life
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    • spirit is eternal; the body is subject to life and death in
    • accordance with the laws of the physical world; the soul-life
    • and spirit) during life on Earth.”
    • He who is familiar with the spiritual life of the West, not
    • the spiritual life of the Universe, in the
    • through Divine co-operation, evolves during life between
    • immortal life is such that the man who performed good deeds
    • endeavoured throughout his life to gather every scrap of
    • eternal life. What other possibility was open to Aristotle,
    • since, in later life, Aristotle rejects palingenesis, i.e.
    • embryonic life. This accepts post-existence, but denies
    • there ever any doubt that during the life between birth and
    • in divine life. And this conviction which was founded on an
    • contributions to our life today are certainly deserving of
    • mortal, not after the fashion of other forms of organic life,
    • was destined to enter earthly life from without, namely the
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    • restored to life. This shows that the real living Being of
    • to forgo their errant ways, to start life afresh as it had
    • and developments of the social order and national life which
    • the life of the spirit. An echo of this desire to
    • the souls of men would have to withdraw from life as it had
    • removed from the truth, for the psychic life, that which
    • pertains to the inner life, originates more or less with each
    • life of the soul. Consequently, at the time of the Mystery of
    • the destiny of the Earth. This psychic life therefore follows
    • generation to another. The psychic life as such is created
    • conceptions to vigorous and active life? It is the Christ!
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    • that it is without effective life, that it has no place in
    • to account in our life. Amongst the various etheric formative
    • the life of man — I do not mean theoretically, but in
    • his etheric body, if in the course of his life he had not
    • changes that will have to be effected in our external life in
    • order that our social life may be invested with the Christ
    • social life and conduct — such are for the Scribes and
    • life we act on the principle: if someone takes your coat,
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    • because it belongs to the inner life of the spirit, to the
    • hidden sphere of the psychic life, to the inner domain of
    • the personal life, cannot be ‘known’ by the
    • initiated into the Mysteries participate in eternal life; the
    • neophyte learned to make the right use in his daily life of
    • violation of the spiritual life by the Roman emperors is
    • anti-Christian has impregnated the whole of modern life. And
    • affect large areas of our psychic life. Consequently not only
    • particular issue, but our whole life is coloured by such
    • is a waste of time to look for the after-life. Perhaps it
    • modern life is related to a true understanding of
    • Alpine landscape, rural scenes and the unsophisticated life
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    • Impulse into the historical life of mankind was not merely an
    • is a waste of time to look for the after-life. Perhaps it
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Seven
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    • His life and career show how the course of world history is
    • often happens in such cases his life was spared lest his
    • connection between the universe and the historical life of
    • the information derived from his inner life which is
    • not play a part in life; unfortunately they play a large part
    • in life, especially at the present day, and the part they
    • scientists of today who predict that life on the Earth will
    • life to the Earth, it is difficult for us to imagine that
    • control of their inner life, if they practised
    • must realize the need for regeneration in all spheres of life
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    • son of the Church even in his private life” — and
    • power in him because, to the end of his life, he never
    • feel and experience his inner life more intensely than
    • experience other aspects of the psychic and spiritual life,
    • in life and these will always be before my eyes, and this is
    • the things that are of vital importance to the life of man
    • factual history of his life or even portray him in the
    • for them, they are transformed and acquire new life. (I am
    • living reality in your life and you will believe in
    • he who in this way draws support for his inner life from the
    • life with maximum fidelity. In every case the authors, of
    • man has for centuries been destined to live a life that was
    • forms of life by certain peoples, for example, the revival of
  • Title: Building Stones: Lecture Nine
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    • spring from the depths of the spiritual life and which must
    • literature and their cultural life. Just imagine how
    • long been dead the better we shall order our present life.
    • of nature. He who spends his life in day-dreaming, who has no
    • Mysteries. For only the ability to see life around him
    • participation in the life of the world. In this way these
    • and antipathies which fitted them for life in the external
    • life in terms of the ordinary man and to incorporate it into
    • the spiritual life which originates in the super-sensible and
    • must first have reinforced his spiritual life through
    • his capacity to take an active part in community life.
    • and when the light of spiritual life must dawn again. It is
    • the organic life of the State. Hence everything is in a state
    • You may socialize, you may order social life in accordance
    • opinion. The life of man will be impossible in the future
    • unless the inner life of the individual can be rooted in the
    • life of the spirit. I am not suggesting that he must become
    • life of the spirit. I have often explained that this is
    • the wider field of public life.
    • life with something completely new. And he proceeded to
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    • that which occurs here and there in the life of mankind and
    • may play a decisive part in the different spheres of life. It
    • succeeded in penetrating into the inner life which is veiled
    • information we have about his life, we shall find that
    • life Ludwig radiates impressions of colour and tone. As he
    • he thought and felt in order to keep his inner life attuned
    • lifetime. In this case one must speak not of a physical
    • vision as one speaks of an event in everyday life. Then, he
    • psychic life (in the Mysteries this was connected with
    • intimate union with the life of the spirit. First we are
    • it may seem we must make the true form of Christian life once
    • called “The Mechanism of the Spiritual Life”. It
    • mechanism of spiritual life”.
    • memory of everyday life, you will have difficulty in
    • I could not have experienced in life, something that I have
    • life: in the dream I receive an authentic visitation from the
    • arisen under the normal circumstances of everyday life.
    • important — for it is characteristic of our physical life
    • in the physical life is something totally different in the
    • spiritual life. Anyone who has succumbed to the impact of
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    • which must become part of human life.
    • life, bringing disruption and division.
    • Concepts based on reality hold within them the active inner life
    • which is also present in everyday outer life.
    • People's inner soul life and their connection with the Cosmos must
    • Chronology of Rudolf Steiner's Life
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    • into everyday life. The spiritual and social impulse in the
    • life of man separating from physical body. Augustine's and
    • acceptable. Social life of the whole earth as an organism.
    • of happy childhood memories for adult life.
    • Growing inwardness of inner life — science-based
    • education to counteract ahrimanization of inner life.
    • Darwinism. Discrepancy between life of thought and life of
    • newness of history as a science and need to bring in the life
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    • unconscious and instinctive life was never more to the fore
    • to be awake and to try, whatever your place in life may be,
    • brings impulses into modern life today are like a one-
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • taken up spiritual life in recent decades is small, and the
    • these will give them the powers they need for the life of
    • spiritual life as the only way of freeing future humanity
    • that this imbalance between intellectual and moral life in
    • themselves, quite rightly, that the life of the intellect,
    • to see to it that our social life becomes truly moral.
    • life. It is therefore most important — I have stressed
    • of our life on earth. The gods did not intend human beings to
    • the laws that govern human social life.
    • outward positions people hold in social life their true
    • life. Johann Valentin Andreae looked deep down to find nature
    • and the social life, for only there do they come together. It
    • one side and a peep-hole on social life on the other. And you
    • then speak about social life out of their feeling, out of
    • we really come to know life.
    • strange course that the whole of human life and human
    • Atlantean and post-Atlantean life when the catastrophe
    • up a spiritual impulse in their inner life and push on from
    • and a social life that is 27 years of age. We do not grow
    • beyond the age of 27 in our outer social life. This age now
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  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 3: The Search for a Perfect World
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    • the world and of life have constructed their own ideal of the
    • life, the same for everybody, and so on. Their vision of the
    • and political life.
    • spheres of life today a sound, incorrupt mind is almost a
    • the particular nature of their life of instincts and drives,
    • apply some degree of discipline to their life-styles quickly
    • of the subjective inner life it merely is a state of mind
    • other situations in life when to be thus ‘given
    • thei