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  • Title: Book: Our Atlantean Ancestors
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    • in images. When an image appeared in his soul he remembered a great
    • many similar images which he had already experienced. He directed his
    • presented to him in vivid images, so that later he could remember as
    • images. The effectiveness of this education had its foundation in the
  • Title: Book: The Last Periods before the Division into Sexes
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    • lived images of external objects, not conceptions of them. For
    • force which was akin to the will. Such images continuously filled the
    • man. At that time the images were not completely irregular, but
    • dream consciousness. For the most part, colored images filled this
    • mirrored in images which were very unlike what existed in the
    • external world. Joy and sorrow were associated with the images of the
    • Everything in his environment as well as the images in his soul,
    • living images. Light, clear, beautiful images lived in him when he
    • could be completely free in his actions; dark, misshapen images arose
    • The images in their souls did not merely represent reflections of the
    • image arose in his soul. By means of such images the superhuman being
    • also arose among the images of their souls. The truly superhuman
    • when in human souls mere images changed into likenesses and
    • images of his soul directly to pure spiritual influences. The
    • the images of his soul were directed toward the sensuous, external
  • Title: Book: The Hyperborean and the Polarean Epoch
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    • continued in dreamlike pictures. In this life, colored images which
    • still related these colored images to spiritual influences. Light
    • images appeared to him when he was affected by pleasant soul
    • influences, dark images when he was touched by unpleasant soul
    • soul-like. This now happens with the colored images. As before, a
  • Title: Book: Extrusion of the Moon
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    • arrangements of the earth. In this way, forms which are images of the
  • Title: Book: On the Origin of the Earth
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    • images such as appear in dreams, but these images correspond to the
    • understood, one must remain in the area of images and similes.) This
    • only a dreamlike, dim consciousness. The images appearing
    • impression of these images as today one acts under the impression of
  • Title: Book: The Earth and Its Future
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    • perceives in a dreamlike manner the images which arise in his soul
    • consciousness consisted of such images, tones, and so forth, which
    • consciousness. The latter consists solely of the images we have
    • create images, not merely conceptions. Thereby something will
    • consciousness. But the images will not ebb and flow in him like
    • so forth. In the future, a world of images will flow and ebb in the
    • such a world of images filled him without his acting. In the meantime
    • receives them through the images which the soul creates out of
    • only images, but also objects and beings. This occurs in the
    • ruler over images, and he can produce effects through these images.
    • other objects and beings, but only the inner experiences (images) of
  • Title: Book: The Life of Saturn
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    • through such “sensory germs.” For him, the images of the
    • can treat the images of the “sensory germs” through their
    • light images produced by the “fire spirits” shine outward
  • Title: Book: The Life of the Sun
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    • are the successors of the Sons of Fire. They radiate the images of
  • Title: Book: Life on the Moon
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    • images arise within a being which have a certain relation to objects
    • and beings of the outside world. But these images are not likenesses
    • The dream images are echoes of the experiences of the day, or
    • images of more or less remote daily experiences. An example of the
    • Moon consciousness on the basis of such confused dream images, one
    • prevails. It is true that the images of the Moon consciousness have
    • even less similarity than the dream images to the objects to which
    • took its course in images which have the character of the volatile,
    • the images of the consciousness of the ether body. They thereby
    • implant in these images the joy and the pain which are
    • lack the object consciousness. In the astral body images flow and
  • Title: Book: The Life of Earth
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    • shadowy images or phantoms similar to the conceptions of the
  • Title: Book: The Fourfold Man of Earth
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    • inwardness. Within his astral body he can form images of what
    • takes place in his environment. These images in a certain respect are
    • to be compared with the dream images of present-day human
    • present-day dream images are mere echoes of daily life or are
    • images of the Moon consciousness corresponded completely to whatever
    • his behavior entirely in accordance with the images which arose in
    • his image consciousness, These images were a complete means of
    • life which shows itself in the arising of the images of the astral
    • create images when the Sun forces reach it from outside rather than
    • it about that the images for which this nervous system was the
    • would have become hardened in his inner life of images, and thereby
    • images of consciousness arose from within, and just this opening of
  • Title: Book: Answers to Questions
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    • religious images, in a manner which appealed merely to the emotional.

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