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Calendar of the Soul

Northern Hemisphere
Week 35

Can I know life's reality
So that it's found again
Within my soul's creative urge?
I feel that I am granted power
To make my self, as humble part,
At home within the cosmic self.

Southern Hemisphere
Week 9

When I forget the narrow will of self,
The cosmic warmth that heralds summer's glory
Fills all my soul and spirit;
To lose myself in light
Is the command of spirit vision
And intuition tells me strongly:
O lose yourself to find yourself.

—Translation by Ruth and Hans Pusch

See GA 40 for full calendar and German text.

At the Gates of Spiritual Science
GA 95

These early lectures are a good introduction to the ideas and content of anthroposophy. Steiner covers a wide range of topics including the being of man, the three worlds, life after death, karma, the evolutionary epochs, and the path of inner development. This book is an excellent complement to the basic books.

Translated by E.H. Goddard and Charles Davy from a text consisting of notes which had been made by a member of the audience and were not revised by the lecturer. The volume in the Complete Edition of Rudolf Steiner's works is entitled: Vor dem Tore Theosophie.

I. The Being of Man August 22, 1906
II. The Three Worlds August 23, 1906
III. Life of the Soul in Kamaloka August 24, 1906
IV. Devachan August 25, 1906
V. Human Tasks in the Higher Worlds August 26, 1906
VI. The Upbringing of Children; Karma August 27, 1906
VII. Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life August 28, 1906
VIII. Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions. August 29, 1906
IX. Evolution of the Earth August 30, 1906
X. Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times August 31, 1906
XI. The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs September 1, 1906
XII. Occult Development September 2, 1906
XIII. Oriental and Christian Training September 3, 1906
XIV. Rosicrucian Training — The Interior of the Earth — Earthquakes and Volcanoes September 4, 1906
Notes from Answers to Questions September 2, 1906
Notes from Answers to Questions September 4, 1906

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