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- Title: Foreword: First Scientific Lecture-Course
- science of Anthroposophia to the prevailing consciousness of
- Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- activity is already taken more or less unconsciously for granted.
- fully conscious of the fact: You cannot possibly understand any
- subconsciously, at least. In some respects there is at least a
- Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- m? The physicists are generally quite unconscious of what
- consciously aware of this: — Press with your finger against
- on long enough you will lose consciousness. You may conclude that the
- same phenomenon — loss of consciousness — is taking
- of consciousness that you can bear it. Nevertheless, what I have
- indicated — the loss of consciousness which you experience with
- consciousness. This is no longer so when we encounter what we have
- designated m. Our consciousness is dimmed at once. If this
- Nature which, if it does unite with our consciousness, eliminates it,
- in our consciousness quite neutrally. The moment we go beyond this,
- we come into regions which are opposed to our consciousness and tend
- only our normal consciousness is not sufficient here, — does
- exhausts, sucks out, withdraws from us the force of consciousness.
- is in Nature, you must bring in the states of consciousness. Without
- we cannot live with consciousness in all that, for instance, which is
- blood. The heavy pressure would immediately cloud our consciousness.
- body of consciousness and makes it all the time asleep. This indeed
- is the essential feature of the phenomenon of Will. As a conscious
- grammes into which enters the unconscious Will — we live in the
- of our consciousness but on the contrary. No one, willing to go into
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- Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- consciousness; namely when we fall asleep. Consciousness ceases. It
- is a very similar phenomenon, like a cessation of consciousness, when
- to sleep by mass, how it sucks-out our consciousness, — you
- consciousness by darkness. So then you will discern the deep inner
- Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- from this being an unconscious thing, your consciousness indwells
- Now we can also experience ourselves quite consciously in the airy
- element, just as we can in the element of warmth. Our consciousness
- must distinguish between different levels in our consciousness. One
- level of our consciousness is the one we live with in the element
- another level of our consciousness is the one we live with in the
- partaking in it. And yet another level of our consciousness is the
- partake also in this. Our consciousness is indeed able to dive down
- our own consciousness have to partake in the phenomena of light so
- element in consciousness. Indeed by virtue of this process, of
- consciousness a kind of midway level — a niveau. You
- live with your consciousness. On the other hand you go beneath this
- Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- eye and the phenomena of light. What comes into our consciousness
- Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- with, unconsciously — to go into differences of velocity in a
- it with our conscious life, or at least partially so. So do we in
- corresponds to the transition of our consciousness into the state
- these things are akin to our conscious faculties of soul. On the
- to experience in consciousness is our thoughts about them. Likewise
- idea-forming, conscious life into our life of Will. All that is
- light, and sound, and warmth, is then akin to our conscious life,
- is akin — intimately akin — to our unconscious life of
- Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- unconscious part of us, from the Will-part which has its outer
- from this realm; they come from the unconscious in the human being.
- remain utterly unconscious of the origin of the geometry you use.
- unconscious of its source. So doing, you develop theories such as
- what springs from the unconscious part of your being with what
- presents itself to you in conscious day-waking life. Yet the two
- thinking you fetch up from the subconscious part of your being,
- conscious element of Thought and Ideation in ourselves, while those
- of electricity and magnetism are akin to the sub-conscious element
- realization in our hearts and minds will give the consciousness we
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