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  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • invisible body we might also call the etheric body; an etheric
    • into the existence of such an etheric body suffices to enable
    • etheric.
    • riddle of the etheric cannot yet be resolved from within, but
    • etheric will be resolved when the human soul undergoes those
    • does indeed gradually attain to the etheric from within. Then
    • the etheric will be directly present for him. Only then,
    • corresponds to perception are etheric processes. Just as we in
    • ether. And inner ether processes, inner etheric processes,
    • been speaking, occur, come into contact with external etheric
    • for example, an etheric process occurs, by means of which we
    • breathe. Without the understanding of the etheric world, an
    • inner soul process that the inner etheric-bodily element has
    • in the etheric, whereas, if they are abstract representations,
    • they live only in the soul. They grasp the etheric. And then,
    • the outer environment sends the etheric from the material
    • the inner ether from the etheric body works towards the
    • deadened etheric coming from outside. Herein we have the
    • organ by the forces of the inner etheric body. So that that
    • inwardly made alive again through the etheric body, and we
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