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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Essential Nature of Mankind
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    • memory to the ego.
    • It is even easier to fall into the error of ascribing memory to
    • natural to think of memory when a dog recognizes its master whom he
    • recognition does not rest upon memory, but upon something quite
    • pleasure. Memory, however, is only present when a being not only feels
    • thinking that the dog has memory. For it might be said that the dog
    • mourns when its master leaves it, therefore it has retained a memory
    • animal anything similar to human memory. Such an objection, however,
    • non-existence of memory. For supersensible observation this is quite
    • is aware of his memory through inner soul-observation, something he
    • for memory he cannot derive from inner soul-observation, but only from
    • the existence of memory merely by means of inner observation. The
    • power underlying memory may be called an inner power; the judgment
    • Memory and oblivion signify for the ego what waking and sleeping
    • his memory if he is to approach new experiences freely and without
    • memory?
    • Memory appears in various stages. Its simplest form occurs when a
    • senses, and what is retained from this in memory. The soul is here
    • own through memory it has also received from outside. But it can pass
    • mentioned concerning the judging of the capacity of memory, make it
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Sleep And Death
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    • experiencing anything new. What it does possess, however, is a memory
    • of the past life. The still present ether body allows this memory to
    • During physical life, memory exists only during the waking state when
    • man is united with his physical body. Memory is present only to the
    • body, a certain perfection of memory exists, and it disappears to the
    • great memory-picture. Of the many examples that could be cited here,
    • bathing, he saw in memory his whole life before him as though in a
    • appear summarized in a memory-picture. After the separation of the
    • of a comprehensive memory picture. The ether body itself is then, to
    • be sure, cast off, but something from this memory picture remains as
    • evolution confront the ego anew. Just as at death a kind of memory
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 5)
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    • renewal of his body. A kind of memory is thus given to the ether body
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 6)
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    • a body. As a result something is formed like a memory about the
    • ancestor with whom the soul feels itself at one. Such a memory passes
    • only retained something like memory pictures of them. In these light
    • manifestations were extinguished, he felt them as memory pictures in
    • like a memory of the experiences passed through in the body-free
    • state. As long as he possessed this memory, the solidification of his
    • during their earth life felt — as though preserved in a memory — that they
    • condition. The second type of human being had only a slight memory of
    • afflicted with the memory of the earth consciousness, the earth-ego.
    • memory. This memory acted in such a way that when bodies corresponding
    • this expressed itself through an especial perfection of memory.
    • beginnings. The capacity of memory was, on the other hand, almost
    • then an inner memory reaching back only to a not very distant
    • in memory. Human beings, in certain instances, then felt themselves at
    • memory was lost and human thought life began. The part of the ether
    • preserved chiefly a living memory of the ancient soul state of the
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 1)
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    • and no memory of them are present in it. The soul, in regard to the
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 2)
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    • if we consider, first of all, the concept of memory. If, for instance,
    • when the eye no longer beholds the latter, is a memory of the tree.
    • Now let us imagine that we preserve this memory in the soul; we permit
    • the soul, as it were, to rest upon the visualized memory picture; and
    • the soul is immersed in the visualized memory picture of the tree. We
    • illustrated above through a visualized memory image. Such a
    • memory are great, however much we may endeavor to hold them back. Not
    • or he may have the memory on awaking that he has been in another
    • period, from which he has emerged on waking, and his memory of the
    • back again in memory upon such brief states of consciousness. It
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Details From the Realm of Spiritual Science
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    • physical-sensory world. Let us imagine that we retain a vivid memory
    • now visualize as an inner experience what we then retain as memory
    • memory of such an object as the cause. A person able to have
    • a mere color memory, and then a picture that becomes ever more vivid.
    • fading memory of the whole life just passed is present. (See Chapter
    • the memory of the life just passed through continue after death, that
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Special Comments
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    • Expositions of the kind in this book about the faculty of memory can
    • memory, and what is here described as actual memory in man. Certainly,
    • the result of memory and what is learned through it. Like some natural
    • memory or recollection to such a point that one says that when the
    • of memory. We shall, however, never gain a real comprehension of man's
    • subsequent, is called memory. If one were to use the word memory for
    • ought to have a different word for the processes of memory in man. It
    • whatever with what is here called memory.
    • that can be recalled in memory is based upon a change in the ether
    • body. What becomes, by degrees, an immutable treasure of memory, rests

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