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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • observation of psychic experience, that they, too, are unable
    • research; yet, it is equally without doubt that the experience
    • will, is an experience which cannot be denied. The
    • we experience in our sense perception is already a
    • manifestation of soul. Now, we experience the world only
    • experience is actually of the nature of soul, and we would
    • — except for we ourselves, except for our own experiences
    • than the other and in the naive experience of the ordinary
    • experience. For what we experience, if we assume the standpoint
    • loose in his soul. Can one say then that what one experiences
    • then experienced also by the soul? And, on the other hand, if
    • color, so that one indeed only has to do with soul experience.
    • occurs in sense perception, in sense experience. The sense
    • our soul, we experience it. This is the actual process and is
    • extraordinarily important. For in relation to the experience of
    • definitely not such that one can say the soul experiences the
    • it becomes clear to the one who grasps sense experience truly
    • correct understanding of sense experience. Only when that which
    • principle of this world conception: Everything we experience is
    • things proceeds from the assumption: All other soul experiences
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  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • arises from the livingly active inner experience of the spirit.
    • And the spirit can only be inwardly experienced, not, in the
    • belong with the metabolism in the same way that the experiences
    • standing at the point where he is able to experience inwardly
    • experimentation that one experiences within oneself the ether
    • as living reality, then one can know, through experience, what
    • and enlivened ether in our sense experience.
    • concepts and mental pictures are not experienced as mere
    • cognition, when he inwardly experiences the stirring and the
    • a result? That which should only be experienced inwardly as
    • to hallucination, and imagination is a pure soul experience.
    • And inasmuch as it is a pure soul experience, the soul lives in
    • indeed destroy each other. He who experiences hallucinations,
    • itself to be the lowest form of supersensible experience for
    • the human being. For the human being experiences in his dreams
    • experiences of destiny. In the moment in which we grasp this
    • receives the events which approach it as the experiences of
    • life experiences with inner equanimity — in this moment
    • way through to the experience of the negative. In recent times
    • earlier experiences. The psychoanalyst assumes that the soul's
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