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  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • which fills his waking consciousness. But when he considers his
    • waking concepts, then all this is not only a semblance or
    • semblance, which constitutes our waking perceptive life, did not
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • falling asleep and waking up, he penetrates into this world.
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • during waking life the physical, etheric,astral bodies, and
    • 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
    • as it is in the waking state. It must be grasped in the way I
    • always present in the sleeping and waking states, with our
    • awaking is actually grasped with the presence of mind I have
    • the moment of awaking with presence of mind, we perceive as
    • further in grasping the waking moment in presence of mind we
    • dream into the ordinary, conscious waking life and be
    • in movement with the soul element; as in waking life one's
    • experienced at the moment of awaking, or rather just before
    • the moment of awaking, when one is within the dream, still
    • into our waking consciousness, and it radiates back as a
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • there is the moment of awaking when man plunges into his
    • pictures that we form during waking consciousness, stream
    • the one we have between sleeping and awaking. The plant is a
    • as we human beings have in the waking state between birth
    • winter, when there is a kind of waking of the earth, whereas
    • rather in a dreaming, state, while the waking state exists in
    • that we find on awaking between the etheric body and the
    • on awaking and know to be identical with what enters through
    • soul content of the human being that in the higher waking
    • consciousness, through which we pass in the waking condition
    • between waking and sleeping. If we go from the human
    • consciousness, which is the waking consciousness, down to the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • during our waking life. We do not see down below into the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • sleep and awaking. The will lives in us dully, and yet it
    • way, though dully. We can have a waking, conscious perception
    • existence. It can fill us only as we, in waking condition,
    • waking state, then his inner experiences are formed by the
    • then, different pictures from those of our waking life
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • which fills his waking consciousness. If man views his
    • waking mental images, then all this is not appearance; it is
    • appearance, which constitutes our waking life of perception,
    • human being in his waking condition was surrounded only by a

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