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- Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
- moments of awaking and falling asleep. These moments of
- falling asleep and awaking can be observed by Imaginative
- awaking a whole world appears before the soul. As quickly as
- actually able to grasp the moment of awaking with this
- moment of awaking is not concerned with reminiscences. These
- scientific training, or even in the moment of awaking.
- appear dreamlike, and the state — before fully awaking,
- before the impressions that the senses have after awaking
- awaking and receives the outer physical impressions of the
- awaking is actually grasped with the presence of mind I have
- the moment of awaking with presence of mind, we perceive as
- experienced at the moment of awaking, or rather just before
- the moment of awaking, when one is within the dream, still
- awaking, one also receives the inner strength to behold it
- on awaking he can grasp what I have described, can then also,
- awaking. By the exercises leading to Imagination, the I and
- back over the day to the moment of awaking, then we have an
- awaking. Then one notices that on going to sleep one carries
- with presence of mind than that of awaking. After awaking we
- presence of mind at the moment of awaking, when one has
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- Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
- there is the moment of awaking when man plunges into his
- the one we have between sleeping and awaking. The plant is a
- that we find on awaking between the etheric body and the
- on awaking and know to be identical with what enters through
- Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
- sleep and awaking. The will lives in us dully, and yet it
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