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Rudolf Steiner
(1861-1925) kroatisch-österreichischer Stifter der Anthroposophie, Mystiker,
Kulturphilosoph, Architekt, Literaturkritiker, Sozialreformer

 

 

 

Erstes Goetheanum, Dornach, Schweiz

 


 

Sieben Bewusstseinszustände – Rudolf Steiner

Aufsteigende Bewusstseinsdimensionen
༺Stufen༻BewusstseinsebeneBeschreibung
1. StufeMineralisches BewusstseinTieftrance- oder Todesbewusstsein, Allbewusstsein
2. StufeSchlaf-BewusstseinTiefschlafbewusstsein, traumloses Bewusstsein
3. StufeTraum-BewusstseinBilder-Bewusstsein
4. StufeGegenstands-BewusstseinSelbstbewusstsein, Ich-Bewusstsein, Wachbewusstsein
5. StufePsychisches BewusstseinBewusstes Bilderbewusstsein,
bewusste seelenbildende Imagination
6. StufeÜberpsychisches BewusstseinBewusstes Schlafbewusstsein, Tonbewusstsein, bewusste lebensschaffende Inspiration
7. StufeSpirituelles BewusstseinBewusstes Allbewusstsein, bewusste formgebende
wesenschaffende Intuition
Quelle: ► Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) kroatisch-österreichischer Stifter der Anthroposophie, Mystiker, Kulturphilosoph, Architekt, Literaturkritiker, Sozialreformer, Autor, Gesamtausgabe Aus der Akasha-Chronik, Kapitel "Das Leben des Saturn", GA 11,
Rudolf Steiner Verlag, Dornach/Schweiz, 1904-1908
Referenz: ► Beschreibungen von Bewusstseinszuständen, präsentiert von anthrowiki.net, undatiert
Siehe auch: ► Stufenmodelle und ► Bewusstsein und ► Bewusstsein und ► Bewusstseinsebenen

Rudolf Steiners Sinneslehre


Rudolf Steiner, ~1905
  • [Ich habe betont, dass der Mensch eigentlich zwölf Sinne hat]. Zwölf Sternbilder, durch die der Sonne Kreislauf im Jahre geht, draußen im Makrokosmos — zwölf Sinne, in denen das Ich des Menschen eigentlich lebt hier auf dem physischen Plan! Gewiss, die Dinge sind draußen, in der Zeit aufeinanderfolgend etwas anders: Die Sonne bewegt sich vom Widder durch den Stier und so weiter bis wieder zurück durch die Fische zum Widder. Aber der jährliche Sonnenkreislauf geht durch diese zwölf Sternbilder. Alles, auch was wir in uns tragen, was wir in uns seelisch erleben, steht im Verhältnis zur Außenwelt durch unsere zwölf Sinne:
    1. Tastsinn,
    2. Lebenssinn,
    3. Bewegungssinn,
    4. Gleichgewichtssinn,
    5. Geruchssinn,
    6. Geschmackssinn,
    7. Sehsinn,
    8. Wärmesinn,
    9. Gehörsinn,
    10. Sprachsinn,
    11. Denksinn,
    12. Ichsinn.
Im Umkreise gleichsam dieser zwölf Sinne bewegt sich unser ganzes Seelenleben, gerade so, wie die Sonne sich im Umkreis der zwölf Sternbilder bewegt.

 

Quelle: ► Rudolf Steiner [BW 475] (1861-1925) kroatisch-österreichstämmiger Stifter der Anthroposophie, Mystiker,
Architekt, Literaturkritiker, Sozialreformer, Autor, Die zwölf Sinne des Menschen aus Weltwesen und Ichheit,
Dritter Vortrag, 20. Juni 1916, Rudolf Steiner Gesamtausgabe, GA 169, S. 58 ff., Rudolf Steiner Verlag, Berlin, 1963

Raum – Zeit – Dimensionen (Übersicht) –  Rudolf Steiner

UNFERTIG

Tabelle der Raum-Zeit-Dimensionen
Aus dem geistigen Urgrund der Ewigkeit und Dreifaltigkeit
SphäreRegionDimensionenWohnsitz
TierkreisAkasha-Region
4.-7. Region des Geisterlandes
Arupa-Plan
Höheres Devachan
6. = Ewigkeit
5. Geschwindigkeit
 
Saturn   
Jupiter   
Mars   
Sonne   
Venus   
Merkur   
Mond   
Erde   
Siehe auch: ► Stufenmodelle

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Einsicht

  • Das Schöne bewundern,
    das Wahre behüten,
    das Edle verehren,
    das Gute beschließen;
es führet den Menschen, im Leben zu Zielen, im Handeln zum Rechten, im Fühlen zum Frieden, im Denken zum Lichte; und lehret ihn vertrauen, auf göttliches Walten, in allem, was ist: im Weltenall, im Seelengrund. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) kroatisch-österreichischer Begründer der Anthroposophie, Mystiker, Kulturphilosoph, Architekt, Literaturkritiker, Sozialreformer, Autor, Wahrspruchworte – Abendglockengebet, Rudolf Steiner Gesamtausgabe, Rudolf Steiner Verlag, Dornach, S. 84, 1961, 2.-7. Auflage 1969, 1975, 1978, 1981, 1986, 1991, 8. überarbeitete Auflage 1998
  • So geht der Mensch in denjenigen Zustand über, durch den er eins wird mit dem Kosmos. […] Der Mensch wird dadurch eins mit dem Kosmos, dass er zuerst seinen astralischen Leib umwandelt, dann den Ätherleib und endlich den physischen Leib. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) kroatisch-österreichischer Stifter der Anthroposophie, Mystiker, Kulturphilosoph, Architekt, Literaturkritiker, Sozialreformer, Autor, Die Erkenntnis der Seele und des Geistes, S. 80, Rudolf Steiner Verlag, Dornach, 1986

 

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Intuition

 

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Vier Ebenen der Erkenntnis

  • Vier Arten der Erkenntnis
1. Materielle Erkenntnis
2. Imaginative Erkenntnis
3. Inspirierte (»willensartige«) Erkenntnis
4. Intuitive Erkenntnis
Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) kroatisch-österreichischer Stifter der Anthroposophie, Mystiker, Kulturphilosoph, Architekt, Literaturkritiker, Sozialreformer, Autor, Die Stufen der höheren Erkenntnis. Kosmologie, Religion und Philosophie. Vom Seelenleben, Schriften und Aufsätze 1905, 1912/23, Rudolf Steiner Verlag, Dornach, 17.-19. Tausend Auflage 1. Februar 2010

 

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Seelennahrung

  • Für die Seele sind Verehrung, Achtung, Devotion nährende Stoffe, die sie gesund, kräftig machen; vor allem kräftig zur Tätigkeit des Erkennens. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) kroatisch-österreichischer Stifter der Anthroposophie, Mystiker, Kulturphilosoph, Architekt, Literaturkritiker, Sozialreformer, Autor, Wie erlangt man Erkenntnisse der höheren Welten? Teil 1, GA 10, S. 11, Rudolf Steiner Verlag, 1904/05

 

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Herren des Karmas

  • In dem Augenblick, wo der geeignete Ort der Verkörperung gefunden ist, leiten die Lipikas (Herren des Karmas), elementarische Wesenheiten, den Menschen zu einer geeigneten Familie hin, und erst im Augenblick der Befruchtung geschieht die Umkleidung des Astralleibes mit dem Ätherleib. Wie die Mahadevas in Beziehung stehen zum Ätherleib, stehen die Lipikas in Beziehung zum physischen Leib. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) kroatisch-österreichischer Begründer der Anthroposophie, Mystiker, Kulturphilosoph, Architekt, Literaturkritiker, Sozialreformer, Autor, Kosmogonie. Populärer Okkultismus. Das Johannes-Evangelium. Die Theosophie an Hand des Johannes-Evangeliums, GA 94, S. 153f, Zusammenfassungen und Notizen von Vorträgen und Vortragsreihen, 1906, 2001

 

Referenz: de.Wikiquote-Eintrag Rudolf Steiner

Quotes by Rudolf Steiner

Recommendation

  • To truly know the world, look deeply within your own being;
    to truly know yourself, take real interest in the world.
    Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, architect, literary critic, social reformer, mystic esotericist, founder of anthroposophy, author, Verses and Meditations, Rudolf Steiner Press, 2004
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Educating by love void of fear and ambition

  • There are three effective ways of educating childrenfear, ambition and love. We can do without the first two! Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, architect, literary critic, social reformer, mystic esotericist, founder of anthroposophy, author, source unknown

 

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Steiner about Friedrich Nietzsche

Reference: defendingsteiner.com

  • One cannot understand Nietzsche's spiritual constitution with the concepts of psychology; one must call upon psychopathology for help. With this assertion one does not wish to say anything against the quality of his creative genius. Least of all is a decision to be made concerning truth or error in his ideas themselves. Nietzsche's genius has absolutely nothing to do with this examination. The quality of genius appears in him through a pathological medium. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, architect, literary critic, social reformer, mystic esotericist, founder of anthroposophy, Friedrich Nietzsche. Fighter for Freedom, GA 5, The Rudolf Steiner Publications, 1960

 

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Cosmology and astronomy

  • But woe betide if this Copernicanism is not confronted by the knowledge that the cosmos is permeated by soul and spirit. It is this knowledge that Ahriman wants to withhold. He would like to keep people so obtuse that they can grasp only the mathematical aspect of astronomy. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, literary critic, social reformer, architect, mystic esotericist, founder of anthroposophy, author, D. S. Osmond, The Influences of Lucifer and Ahriman, S. 18, SteinerBooks, 1. October 1993

 

  • He does not learn in order to accumulate learning as his own treasure of knowledge, but in order to place this learning in the service of the world. [...] All the knowledge you pursue merely for the enrichment of your own leaning and to accumulate treasure of your own leads you away from your path, but all knowledge you pursue in order to grow more mature on the path of human ennoblement and world-progress brings you a step forward. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, architect, literary critic, social reformer, mystic esotericist, founder of anthroposophy, author, Knowledge of the Higher Worlds And Its Attainment. An Esoteric Spiritualism Initiation,  GA 10, The Anthroposophic Press, 1947, S. 30-31, CreateSpace, 23. January 2011

 


Subtle bodies of man, created by Kim Munch
  • Where knowledge exists, knowledge is imparted and there is no particular desire for discussion. Where there is desire for discussion, however, there is as a rule no knowledge of the truth. Discussion begins only when there is a lack of knowledge, and it is always and everywhere the sign of a decline regarding the seriousness of a subject when it is discussed. Disintegration of a particular trend is always proclaimed by discussions. It is important that in spiritual science we come increasingly to understand that the wish for discussion may really be taken as a sign of ignorance. On the other hand, the opposite of discussion, the will to learn, the will gradually to comprehend what is in question, should be cultivated. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, architect, literary critic, social reformer, mystic esotericist, founder of anthroposophy, author, Christianity in Human Evolution, The Anthroposophic Press, 1944

 

  • Real experience of the Spiritual, wherever we meet it, always becomes individualism. Definition inevitably becomes generalization. In going through life and meeting individuals we must have an open heart – an open mind for the individual. Towards each single individual we should be capable of unfolding an entirely new human feeling. We only do justice to the human being when we see in him an entirely new personality. For this reason every individual has the right to ask of us that we should develop a new feeling for him as a human being. If we come with a general idea in our heads, saying that the human being should be like this or like that – then we are being unjust to the individual. With every definition of a human being we are really putting up a screen to make the human individual invisible. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, architect, literary critic, social reformer, mystic esotericist, founder of anthroposophy, author, The Younger Generation, Schmidt Number S-5029, IV, online since 15. January 2005

 

  • [I]f we ask how the soul of a child can be helped to develop and grow stronger, if we presuppose that an eternally existent soul is here working its way into a new life, then this truth will shine in on us and give proof of its fruitfulness in daily experience. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, architect, literary critic, social reformer, mystic esotericist, founder of anthroposophy, author Metamorphosen des Seelenlebens – Pfade der Seelenerlebnisse. Zweiter Teil (1910), Neun Vorträge, chapter 3 "Mission of truth", GA 59, Berlin, 20. Januar-12. Mai 1910

Archons and demons

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Demon possessed nonhumans

  • R. Steiner: That little girl L.K. in the first grade must have something really very wrong inside. There is not much we can do. Such cases are increasing in which children are born with a human form, but are not really human beings in relation to their highest I; instead, they are filled with beings that do not belong to the human class. Quite a number of people have been born since the nineties without an I, that is, they are not reincarnated, but are human forms filled with a sort of natural demon. There are quite a large number of older people going around who are actually not human beings, but are only natural; they are human beings only in regard to their form. We cannot, however, create a school for demons.
    A teacher: How is that possible?
    R. Steiner: Cosmic error is certainly not impossible. The relationships of individuals coming into earthly existence have long been determined. There are also generations in which individuals have no desire to come into earthly existence and be connected with physicality, or immediately leave at the very beginning. In such cases, other beings that are not quite suited step in. This is something that is now quite common, that human beings go around without an I; they are actually not human beings, but have only a human form. They are beings like nature spirits, which we do not recognize as such because they go around in a human form. They are also quite different from human beings in regard to everything spiritual. They can, for example, never remember such things as sentences; they have a memory only for words, not for sentences.
    The riddle of life is not so simple. When such a being dies, it returns to nature from which it came. The corpse decays, but there is no real dissolution of the etheric body, and the natural being returns to nature. It is also possible that something like an automaton could occur. The entire human organism exists, and it might be possible to automate the brain and develop a kind of pseudomorality.
    I do not like to talk about such things since we have often been attacked even without them. Imagine what people would say if they heard that we say there are people who are not human beings. Nevertheless, these are facts. Our culture would not be in such a decline if people felt more strongly that a number of people are going around who, because they are completely ruthless, have become something that is not human, but instead are demons in human form. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, architect, literary critic, social reformer, mystic esotericist, founder of anthroposophy, author, Faculty Meetings With Rudolf Steiner Book 8, Volume 2, S. 649-650, 3. July 1923, Rudolph Steiner Press, paperback, August 1998

 

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Archons – Wetiko virus

  • There are beings in the spiritual realms for whom anxiety and fear emanating from human beings offer welcome food. When humans have no anxiety and fear, then these creatures starve. People not yet sufficiently convinced of this statement could understand it to be meant comparatively only. But for those who are familiar with this phenomenon, it is a reality. If fear and anxiety radiates from people and they break out in panic, then these creatures find welcome nutrition and they become more and more powerful. These beings are hostile towards humanity. Everything that feeds on negative feelings, on anxiety, fear and superstition, despair or doubt, are in reality hostile forces in supersensible worlds, launching cruel attacks on human beings, while they are being fed. Therefore, it is above all necessary to begin with that the person who enters the spiritual world overcomes fear, feelings of helplessness, despair and anxiety. But these are exactly the feelings that belong to contemporary culture and materialism; because it estranges people from the spiritual world, it is especially suited to evoke hopelessness and fear of the unknown in people, thereby calling up the above mentioned hostile forces against them. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, architect, literary critic, social reformer, mystic esotericist, founder of anthroposophy, author, Nesta Carsten-Krüger, translator, Die Erkenntnis der Seele und des Geistes, GA 56, S. 145, Berlin, 12. December 1907

 

  • There are beings in the spiritual realms for whom anxiety and fear emanating from human beings offer welcome food. When humans have no anxiety and fear, then these creatures starve. People not yet sufficiently convinced of this statement could understand it to be meant comparatively only. But for those who are familiar with this phenomenon, it is a reality. If fear and anxiety radiates from people and they break out in panic, then these creatures find welcome nutrition and they become more and more powerful. These beings are hostile towards humanity.
    Everything that feeds on negative feelings, on anxiety, fear and superstition, despair or doubt, are in reality hostile forces in supersensible worlds, launching cruel attacks on human beings, while they are being fed. Therefore, it is above all necessary to begin with that the person who enters the spiritual world overcomes fear, feelings of helplessness, despair and anxiety. But these are exactly the feelings that belong to contemporary culture and materialism; because it estranges people from the spiritual world, it is especially suited to evoke hopelessness and fear of the unknown in people, thereby calling up the above mentioned hostile forces against them. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, architect, literary critic, social reformer, mystic esotericist, founder of anthroposophy, author, Die Erkenntnis der Seele und des Geistes, Berlin, 12. December 1907

 

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Demons incarnated in human forms

  • Dr. Rudolf Steiner: That little girl L.K. in the first grade must have something really very wrong inside. There is not much we can do. Such cases are increasing in which children are born with a human form, but are not really human beings in relation to their highest I; instead, they are filled with beings that do not belong to the human class. Quite a number of people have been born since the nineties without an I, that is, they are not reincarnated, but are human forms filled with a sort of natural demon. There are quite a large number of older people going around who are actually not human beings, but are only natural; they are human beings only in regard to their form. We cannot, however, create a school for demons.
    A teacher: How is that possible?
    Dr. Rudolf Steiner: Cosmic error is certainly not impossible. The relationships of individuals coming into earthly existence have long been determined. There are also generations in which individuals have no desire to come into earthly existence and be connected with physicality, or immediately leave at the very beginning. In such cases, other beings that are not quite suited step in. This is something that is now quite common, that human beings go around without an I; they are actually not human beings, but have only a human form. They are beings like nature spirits, which we do not recognize as such because they go around in a human form. They are also quite different from human beings in regard to everything spiritual.
    The riddle of life is not so simple. When such a being dies, it returns to nature from which it came. The corpse decays, but there is no real dissolution of the etheric body, and the natural being returns to nature. It is also possible that something like an automaton could occur. The entire human organism exists, and it might be possible to automate the brain and develop a kind of pseudomorality.
    I do not like to talk about such things since we have often been attacked even without them. Imagine what people would say if they heard that we say there are people who are not human beings. Nevertheless, these are facts. Our culture would not be in such a decline if people felt more strongly that a number of people are going around who, because they are completely ruthless, have become something that is not human, but instead are demons in human form. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, architect, literary critic, social reformer, mystic esotericist, founder of anthroposophy, author, Faculty Meetings With Rudolf Steiner – Volume 2. 1922-1924, July 1923, Anthroposophic Press, 1998

 

Reference: en.Wikiquote entry Rudolf Steiner

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Juxtaposing the Luciferic ⇔ the Ahrimanic – Rudolf Steiner

Luciferic and Ahrimanic traits and attributes
For Rudolf Steiner the devil expresses itself as Lucifer and Ahriman. Neither attributes are bad as such, each furthers
humanity's evolution. According to Steiner Lucifer has incarnated in a human body during the third millennium before Christ.
Ahriman will incarnate in the third millennium after Christ. [2000s].
༺༻       Luciferic – Excess expression              Ahrimanic – Excess expression       
1.Frenzy, hyperactivity [FIRE]Tedium, boredom [FREEZING WATER]
2.Flexibility, airy [AIR]Solidification, granite-like [EARTH]
3.Unification, generalizationDiversity, particularization
4.QualitativeQuantitative
5.Unified vision [United Nations]Individual vision [Chauvinism]
6.High flight of IcarusHumility of Francis Bacon
7.Gnosis, speaking and thinkingStatistics, proof, literal Gospel reading
8.Pagan wisdomTechnological advances
9.Fantasy, illusion, superstitionConcrete sensory-based, materialism
10.One languageMany languages
11.Spirit-permeated cosmology   AstrologyMathematical astronomy
12.Unspirited eating and drinkingUn-read knowledge stored in libraries
Source: ► Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, literary critic, social reformer, architect,
mystic esotericist, founder of anthroposophy, The Influences of Lucifer & Ahriman, GA 191,
Five Lectures given in Bern and Dornach, 1919, Anthroposophic Press, 1993
See also:
Seven primary affective systems – Jaak Panksepp
Balanced characteristics of creative people – Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Yin and Yang (Chart) and ► Tao and ► Darkness and ► Negativity

 

Solution: Spirit-filled synthesis, walking a conscious middle way
between the temptation of both forces, balancing both gifts
(manic frenzy ⇔ depressed tedium) with Christ energy.

 

But woe betide if this Copernicanism is not confronted
by the knowledge that the cosmos is permeated by soul and spirit.
It is this knowledge that Ahriman wants to withhold.
He would like to keep people so obtuse that they can grasp only the mathematical aspect of astronomy.

Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Croation-born Austrian cultural philosopher, literary critic, social reformer, architect, mystic esotericist, founder of anthroposophy, author, D. S. Osmond, The Influences of Lucifer and Ahriman, S. 18, SteinerBooks, 1. October 1993

 

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Anhand der Skala des Bewusstseins (Gradeinteilung von 1-1000), erarbeitet von Dr. David R. Hawkins, hat der Lehrer Rudolf Steiner einen Bewusstseinswert von 475. Innerhalb von Hawkins' System rangiert Steiner als ausgezeichneten rationalen und spirituellen Lehrer im Bereich der Vernunft.
Quelle: Hingabe an Gott. Der mystische Weg aus der Dualität, Kapitel 11 Lehrer und Lehren, S. 202, 2009
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