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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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    • that breathing must have the same causes in man as in the
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • world, for they depend upon the breathing, — a process
    • breathing and blood-circulation — the metabolic system
    • one-another. In the in-breathing and out breathing the
    • expiration there is a going inward and outward. Breathing is
    • refer to.) Observe the breathing process. The intake of air
    • in-breathing, the cerebro — spinal fluid, in which the
    • in-breathing and a downward movement in out-breathing. So
    • that the breathing process actually plays into the skull,
    • in-breathing and out-breathing. The ancient Indian wisdom
    • special breathing exercises of the Yoga system were perfected
    • by experiencing the breathing process consciously, thus
    • one asks why this should be, the answer is given: Breathing
    • system of breathing-exercises arose.) Breathing unites
    • relation to the reality, if once the breathing process is
    • breathing process. And in so doing, they brought man into the
    • breathing process. Nor shall we ever understand the ancient
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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    • same. You know that the number of breaths man takes —
    • in breathing and out breathing — is approximately 18 to
    • the minute. Reckon out the number of breaths in a 24-hour day
    • breathing, corresponds to the Platonic Year. The vernal point
    • taking 25,920 breaths. It is the same picture here as in the
    • great Universe. If then there were a Being who breathed in
    • breathing process, trying to make it conscious. In doing so
    • goes on in man — breathed, as it were, into
    • own in- and out-breathing and of the mighty in- and
    • out-breathing of Brahma, a single breath spanning an entire
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
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    • truly. You cannot simply say, the animal breathes-in oxygen
    • while the plant breathes oxygen out and carbon in. It is not

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