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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • first penetrates non-livingly from without. This is an
    • penetrate into our body. Sense perception is an actual living
    • that life, that is the sum total of all living phenomena, can
    • Who will know the living and describe it,
  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • confirming concept is like a breathing out, within the living
    • breathing in, and only in their living working together does
    • arises from the livingly active inner experience of the spirit.
    • material processes, if we do not grasp the spirit in living
    • after this last, for us still visible act of the living
    • as living reality, then one can know, through experience, what
    • how the entire life within the senses is a living and weaving
    • can study a mussel shell by taking up the living mussel and
    • observing it; but you can also study it when the living mussel
    • the mussel shell resembles the living mussel, and, therefore,
    • lives in the etheric, arises when the soul — living and
    • element, through the living ether, then, through inner
    • soul. One comes to know the ether itself in its living form,
    • of the living. Thus, as one returns to the origins of world
    • spiritual science one does not learn to know the whole living
    • and weaving of the etheric by experiencing how the living ether

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