Mystery Centers is a collection of 14 lectures by Rudolf Steiner (CW 232). They were given just before the Christmas Conference as preparation for the founding of the General Anthroposophical Society.
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1. Lecture 1 Concerning the Soul-Life of Man, and the Perception of the Spiritual Foundations of the World The Experience of Thinking The Experience of Feeling The Experience of Gesture. (November 23, 1923)
2. Lecture 2 The Activity of the Soul-Nature in Physical Man The Influence of the Luciferic and the Ahrimanic Beings on Man and in Nature Heredity and Adaptation to Environment (November 24, 1923)
3. Lecture 3 Identification with the Inner Life of Nature, through Imagination and Will The Life of Memory The Being of Gesture and of Physiognomy Experience of Day and Year Summer-Will and Winter-Will. (November 25, 1923)
4. Lecture 4 THE EPHESIAN MYSTERIES OF ARTEMIS The Connection of Man with the Earth-Planet The Crystal Covering of the Earth The Speech of the Metals The backward-raying Forces of the Metals, and the Connection between Earth-lives. (November 30, 1923)
5. Lecture 5 Mineral and Plant-Animal Creation The previous Earth-atmosphere Plants as Gifts of Heaven Animals as Earth-forms The Cosmic Memory of the Metals. (December 1, 1923)
6. Lecture 6 The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis. (December 2, 1923)
7. Lecture 7 THE MYSTERIES OF HIBERNIA The Mystery Centers of Hibernia. (December 7, 1923)
8. Lecture 8 The Being of the Hibernian Mysteries. (December 8, 1923)
9. Lecture 9 The Great Mysteries of Hibernia. (December 9, 1923)
10. Lecture 10 THE CHTHONIC AND THE ELEUSINIAN MYSTERIES The Transition from Plato to Aristotle. (December 14, 1923)
11. Lecture 11 The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men. (December 15, 1923)
12. Lecture 12 The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri. (December 21, 1923)
13. Lecture 13 Transition from the Spirit of the Ancient Mysteries to the Spirit of the Mysteries of the Middle Ages. (December 22, 1923)
14. Lecture 14 Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries. (December 23, 1923)