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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • the wonderful contrast between the life of sleep (his consciousness
    • alternating conditions of sleep and waking were experienced
    • differently thousands of years ago. Sleep was less unconscious,
    • waking life not so fully conscious. In sleep man was aware of
    • of consciousness during sleep is a consequence of human
    • forms. There was not the same abrupt transition from sleep to waking
    • sleep, this realm that blurred the clear distinction between the
    • Schools was that when man, in a state of sleep, shared the flux and
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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    • a clear distinction between waking and sleeping, which, though
    • and that we sleep for a period equivalent to the hours of darkness.
    • sleep, for their sleep was not as deep as ours. It was more
    • dreamlike. Today, if someone were asleep and you were all sitting
    • deep sleep was unknown; men would have seen the visionary form
    • we wake in the morning and rub the sleep out of our eyes, we say:
    • asleep up to this moment.” They believed that they preserved a
    • now entered the realm of sleep, but remained highly
    • waking, sleeping, dreaming. A Chaldean did not experience these
    • may be compared to a state of dreamless sleep. If we look at the
    • on what a person may experience in dreamless sleep because, as a
    • tell us anything of their experiences in dreamless sleep. Dream life,
    • dreamless sleep of present-day man and examine the ordinary
    • yourself to be asleep, when dreams arise which are often so
    • but which indicates, none the less, that, in sleep, experiences rise
    • is transformed in sleep. But it is fraught with meaning. He sees the
    • normally, a state of emptied consciousness induces sleep. This can be
    • asleep.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Three: Form and Substantiality of the Mineral Kingdom in Relation to the Levels of Consciousness in Man
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    • chaotic, uncoordinated experiences of dream life during sleep,
    • consciousness he is asleep. If we awaken them and develop them, we
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Four: The Secret of Investigation into Other Realms through the Metamorphosis of Consciousness
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    • in our life of sleep the condition formerly possessed by the
    • sleep leads to oblivion; but it was precisely in the unconscious that
    • but experience again the clairvoyant sleep of the ancients, we should
    • Joachim of Fiore, he would have replied: our sleep is devoid of
    • life is spent in those realms where man dwells in sleep, realms which
    • man can no longer inhabit today because his sleep is emptied of true
    • pupil. — It is now twilight, and sleep which reveals the
    • to the stars. Then sleep will overtake you; you will no longer be a
    • sharply defined as now, and the life of sleep had not yet become a
    • this state of sleep, the teacher spoke of realities, saying: You are
    • whilst you were asleep, he would perceive the plants, mountains,
    • see them. And now the moment has come for sleep. Through your eyes,
    • experienced; so that, whilst falling asleep, the sleeper not only
    • life we live in the upper world, in sleep we live in the lower world.
    • Persephone entered through the eyes of the sleeper into the physical
    • and etheric bodies. She dwelt with Pluto, the Lord of sleep within
    • the physical and etheric bodies. The sleeping neophyte experienced
    • the deeds of Pluto and Persephone during sleep. And whilst the
    • revealed to him in sleep. Then he would discuss in detail the
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Six: Initiation-Knowledge, Waking Consciousness and Dream Consciousness
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    • process of falling asleep. The physical and etheric bodies are left
    • sleep. Let us recall this condition: the physical and etheric bodies
    • asleep. Dreamless sleep means that we live in the Ego and astral body
    • forms. So far as these are concerned, he is asleep. Now picture a man
    • In relation to the spiritual he is asleep. Such is man's condition in
    • dreamless sleep. The purpose of concentration and meditation is to
    • consciousness is lost in sleep and which he must rouse from its
    • sleep. We can converse with them, metaphorically speaking, as we do
    • dreamless sleep instead of normal consciousness, we should no longer
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eight: Potential Aberrations in Spiritual Investigation
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    • through sleep, but through some other factor, there is the danger
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Nine: Abnormal Paths into the Spiritual World and their Transformation
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    • normal consciousness passes over from the waking state into sleep, he
    • conditions of sleep man's physical and etheric bodies are left
    • bodies in the right way. Even when we are in dreamless sleep, for
    • in sleep we protect them from incursions from without.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Ten: Influences of the Extra-Terrestrial Cosmos Upon the Consciousness of Man
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    • consciousness of sleep, of dreamless sleep. If we observe man during
    • sleep when his physical and etheric bodies are detached from his
    • astral body and Ego, we find that between falling asleep and waking
    • to sleeping we experience the Sun externally. We are aware of
    • over into the condition of sleep the Sun begins to shine in our Ego
    • sleeping and waking the Sun is within us. You are aware that certain
    • sunlight between sleeping and waking.
    • forces; during sleep he is under the influence of the Sun forces
    • During sleep we have the Sun within us and only the physical and
    • sleep we irradiate from without our physical and etheric bodies with
    • and etheric bodies during sleep, he first of all irradiates his skin
    • phenomenon of sleep. The Sun shines from the human Ego and astral
    • sleep we see the workings of the Sun proceeding from the Ego and
    • characterized the state of sleep in relation to the Cosmos. During
    • sleep man's inner life is related to the Sun, his external life to
    • stored up Moon forces. During sleep the Sun inhabits the astral body
    • inhabits the physical and etheric bodies, during sleep, the
    • man becomes a night-reveller and by sacrificing sleep invites
    • sleeps by day and wakes by night, the Moon influences are still
    • stars. But the Sun forces which man stores up during sleep and the
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  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eleven: What is the Position in Respect of Spiritual Investigation and the Understanding of Spiritual Investigation?
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    • sleep, where he is surrounded by spiritual darkness and where he
    • sleep. But he does not live only in the worlds to which this
    • dream consciousness and sleep consciousness (one would like to say
    • consciousness and sleep consciousness. When it looks inwards, it
    • of deep sleep. Normal consciousness can no more explain the origin of
    • willing than it can explain the origin of sleep. When a man performs
    • Sleep consciousness
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
    Matching lines:
    • the wonderful contrast between the life of sleep (his consciousness
    • alternating conditions of sleep and waking were experienced
    • differently thousands of years ago. Sleep was less unconscious,
    • waking life not so fully conscious. In sleep man was aware of
    • of consciousness during sleep is a consequence of human
    • forms. There was not the same abrupt transition from sleep to waking
    • sleep, this realm that blurred the clear distinction between the
    • Schools was that when man, in a state of sleep, shared the flux and
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Two: The Three Worlds and their Reflected Images
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    • a clear distinction between waking and sleeping, which, though
    • and that we sleep for a period equivalent to the hours of darkness.
    • sleep, for their sleep was not as deep as ours. It was more
    • dreamlike. Today, if someone were asleep and you were all sitting
    • deep sleep was unknown; men would have seen the visionary form
    • we wake in the morning and rub the sleep out of our eyes, we say:
    • asleep up to this moment.” They believed that they preserved a
    • now entered the realm of sleep, but remained highly
    • waking, sleeping, dreaming. A Chaldean did not experience these
    • may be compared to a state of dreamless sleep. If we look at the
    • on what a person may experience in dreamless sleep because, as a
    • tell us anything of their experiences in dreamless sleep. Dream life,
    • dreamless sleep of present-day man and examine the ordinary
    • yourself to be asleep, when dreams arise which are often so
    • but which indicates, none the less, that, in sleep, experiences rise
    • is transformed in sleep. But it is fraught with meaning. He sees the
    • normally, a state of emptied consciousness induces sleep. This can be
    • asleep.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Three: Form and Substantiality of the Mineral Kingdom in Relation to the Levels of Consciousness in Man
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    • chaotic, uncoordinated experiences of dream life during sleep,
    • consciousness he is asleep. If we awaken them and develop them, we
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Four: The Secret of Investigation into Other Realms through the Metamorphosis of Consciousness
    Matching lines:
    • in our life of sleep the condition formerly possessed by the
    • sleep leads to oblivion; but it was precisely in the unconscious that
    • but experience again the clairvoyant sleep of the ancients, we should
    • Joachim of Fiore, he would have replied: our sleep is devoid of
    • life is spent in those realms where man dwells in sleep, realms which
    • man can no longer inhabit today because his sleep is emptied of true
    • pupil. — It is now twilight, and sleep which reveals the
    • to the stars. Then sleep will overtake you; you will no longer be a
    • sharply defined as now, and the life of sleep had not yet become a
    • this state of sleep, the teacher spoke of realities, saying: You are
    • whilst you were asleep, he would perceive the plants, mountains,
    • see them. And now the moment has come for sleep. Through your eyes,
    • experienced; so that, whilst falling asleep, the sleeper not only
    • life we live in the upper world, in sleep we live in the lower world.
    • Persephone entered through the eyes of the sleeper into the physical
    • and etheric bodies. She dwelt with Pluto, the Lord of sleep within
    • the physical and etheric bodies. The sleeping neophyte experienced
    • the deeds of Pluto and Persephone during sleep. And whilst the
    • revealed to him in sleep. Then he would discuss in detail the
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Six: Initiation-Knowledge, Waking Consciousness and Dream Consciousness
    Matching lines:
    • process of falling asleep. The physical and etheric bodies are left
    • sleep. Let us recall this condition: the physical and etheric bodies
    • asleep. Dreamless sleep means that we live in the Ego and astral body
    • forms. So far as these are concerned, he is asleep. Now picture a man
    • In relation to the spiritual he is asleep. Such is man's condition in
    • dreamless sleep. The purpose of concentration and meditation is to
    • consciousness is lost in sleep and which he must rouse from its
    • sleep. We can converse with them, metaphorically speaking, as we do
    • dreamless sleep instead of normal consciousness, we should no longer
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eight: Potential Aberrations in Spiritual Investigation
    Matching lines:
    • through sleep, but through some other factor, there is the danger
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Nine: Abnormal Paths into the Spiritual World and their Transformation
    Matching lines:
    • normal consciousness passes over from the waking state into sleep, he
    • conditions of sleep man's physical and etheric bodies are left
    • bodies in the right way. Even when we are in dreamless sleep, for
    • in sleep we protect them from incursions from without.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Ten: Influences of the Extra-Terrestrial Cosmos Upon the Consciousness of Man
    Matching lines:
    • consciousness of sleep, of dreamless sleep. If we observe man during
    • sleep when his physical and etheric bodies are detached from his
    • astral body and Ego, we find that between falling asleep and waking
    • to sleeping we experience the Sun externally. We are aware of
    • over into the condition of sleep the Sun begins to shine in our Ego
    • sleeping and waking the Sun is within us. You are aware that certain
    • sunlight between sleeping and waking.
    • forces; during sleep he is under the influence of the Sun forces
    • During sleep we have the Sun within us and only the physical and
    • sleep we irradiate from without our physical and etheric bodies with
    • and etheric bodies during sleep, he first of all irradiates his skin
    • phenomenon of sleep. The Sun shines from the human Ego and astral
    • sleep we see the workings of the Sun proceeding from the Ego and
    • characterized the state of sleep in relation to the Cosmos. During
    • sleep man's inner life is related to the Sun, his external life to
    • stored up Moon forces. During sleep the Sun inhabits the astral body
    • inhabits the physical and etheric bodies, during sleep, the
    • man becomes a night-reveller and by sacrificing sleep invites
    • sleeps by day and wakes by night, the Moon influences are still
    • stars. But the Sun forces which man stores up during sleep and the
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture Eleven: What is the Position in Respect of Spiritual Investigation and the Understanding of Spiritual Investigation?
    Matching lines:
    • sleep, where he is surrounded by spiritual darkness and where he
    • sleep. But he does not live only in the worlds to which this
    • dream consciousness and sleep consciousness (one would like to say
    • consciousness and sleep consciousness. When it looks inwards, it
    • of deep sleep. Normal consciousness can no more explain the origin of
    • willing than it can explain the origin of sleep. When a man performs
    • Sleep consciousness



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