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  • Title: An Occult Physiology: Lecture 1: The Being of Man
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    • cases to refer with entire candour to things which from the very
    • these organs, through its deeper significance in the case of man, may
    • in the case of the human being, cannot be said in the same way with
    • piece of veal or in order to erase something. In both cases we have
    • that is, the knife as knife, will believe that in both cases it
    • amounts to the same thing. In both cases, he who stands on the basis
    • one day become a brain. In that case, it would be in a position to
    • latent tendency to attain to this second stage. In that case its
    • case of man the spinal cord, as it extends downward from the point
    • observation, one may notice that what in the case of the snake
    • when a fly settles on the eye. In this latter case an action takes
    • this case something possessing the character not of action but of
    • not brought about through deliberation; the brain in this case
    • possible to do this in the case of the aura, because of the added
  • Title: An Occult Physiology: Lecture 2: Human Duality
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    • case of ordinary inanimate beings in nature, we can ascribe only a
    • as having a still more profound basis, that, in the case of man, we
    • have done in the case of the physical bodily life and the blood, so
    • place. In this case the condition may be such that no impression can
    • with each other, as is the case in normal life, man brings into
    • soul-exercises. In the case of the normal consciousness, man feels
    • other case, however, he goes with these impressions only to that
    • our inner life, rebound before we reach the blood. In that case we
    • as far as our blood, is that we have in this case disconnected the
  • Title: An Occult Physiology: Lecture 3: Co-operation in the Human Duality
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    • himself out of his ego. He does not any longer feel in that case:
    • shows us that this really is the case, that in all these organs is
    • the suppositions we have formed. We find that, whereas in the case of
    • reverse is true in the case of the nerve-system of the brain and
    • the nerve-system of the brain and spinal cord, in that case we obtain
    • being. He carries his ego in that case by means of the instrument of
    • that penetrates into our consciousness, just so also in the case of
    • “In that case I can see my own organism inside me!” And
    • by means of the sympathetic nerve-system. He does not in that case
    • organism, in leading us beyond the customary views. In this case we
    • the pulse-beat of the blood. In that case, however, it is externally
    • elsewhere in life. Indeed it is just here, in the case of the spleen,
    • between these two meals. In this case he has interrupted his rhythm
    • We shall see later how this may also be true in the case of the human
    • law also in the case of man, namely, that any being, whether it be a
    • shall find, however, that such is not the case. The inner rhythm,
    • physiology.” And, indeed, more truly than is the case in
  • Title: An Occult Physiology: Lecture 4: Man's Inner Cosmic System
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    • difference, however, that in the case of such forces as that of
    • the case, of course, in inanimate, inorganic Nature; but not in the
    • concerned. This is true, for example, in the case of a serious
    • able to digest it. But such is not the case. Articles of food are,
    • canal. He soon feels, in such a case, that the particular law
    • being, so that it is not only a case of working over neutral building
    • grows directly out of this, we must say that in the case of the human
  • Title: An Occult Physiology: Lecture 5: The Systems of Supersensible Forces
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    • such as this (it is not possible in the case of every organ) and yet
    • case of such an organ as the spleen we must think, to begin with,
    • force-system; so that we may also imagine cases in which this
    • requisitioned by the physical force-systems, in which cases it is the
    • In the case of an
    • in the case of other organs, we see that it is very specially
    • that in the case of some other organs the physical forces
    • In this case you have
    • anything but an inner process in such a case, where you think of the
    • we have such a collision as I described roughly in the case of
    • that case be the instrument of the human ego, that which in the very
    • to the whole organism than what it is; in that case you would have to
    • concept. We need only think of a case like the following. When we have
    • therefore, in the case of the form-giving forces within us, it is necessary
    • that in the case of those forces which enter into us with the stream
    • as is the case with the skin, but must rather think that the vital activity
    • All that we can refer to as “activities” in this case takes
    • consciousness in feelings of discomfort. In this case we have a
    • into the organism. We then have one of these cases in which emotions,
  • Title: An Occult Physiology: Lecture 6: The Blood as Manifestation and Instrument of the Human Ego
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    • must in that case be possible to find in the skin everything
    • Such is not the case, however, and we shall see later what the facts
    • human ego. In their case it is obvious that what appears similar in
    • each case directed just where the blood is to circulate. That is, the
    • all like to hide ourselves, to obliterate our ego. In both cases,
    • itself. In the case of feelings of fear and anxiety, where a man
    • the case of shame and fear, we must say, with regard to the nerve-
    • more true in the case of the glandular system, which shows us glands
    • the bone-forces; and such was the case likewise with the courses of
    • different in the case of the blood-system, which follows in active
    • case of the skull-bone which also, however, no longer follows the ego
    • to deduce in any other case a living something when he comes across a
  • Title: An Occult Physiology: Lecture 7: The Conscious Life of Man
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    • case of everything stated here, to trace our way to external science
    • and the same is true in the case of every emotional process, and
    • of a fluid. Whereas, in the case of thought-processes, we have to do
    • might say the entire organism is affected by them; or, in the case of
    • clearly in their functions, in the case of some people at any rate,
    • insertions or something similar. In this case, again, it is not to be
    • dealing with a human being, in this case such external impressions as
    • organ, let us say, in this case, the organ of the blood, whose inner
    • since it has most of all to do with cases of illness. Only very
    • the case that certain parts of the inner organisation are too little
  • Title: An Occult Physiology: Lecture 8: The Human Form and its Co-ordination of Forces
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    • were by form-principles, which in this case are the principles of
    • case of man we are to go beyond the plant nature, an entirely new
    • moment the whole system of the blood, in which case indeed we should
    • the case of an intensified inner vital activity of those very
    • organism. Such is not the case if we direct our attention to those
    • vital activity which works in the plant. In this case that process
    • organism, not so much because we should in any case have insufficient
    • it for pure nonsense, in which case it will share the same fate which
    • the facts of the case.
    • case in the dense deposit of the bony system; it should not be forced
    • senses outward, to the same degree as is the case with the human
    • lives its life in an opening of itself outward, as is the case in the
    • case to-day. These two organic tendencies must in their very first

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