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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture II
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    • of the sleep-walker. In the sleep-walker, interesting
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture V
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    • Consider the regular alternation of sleeping and waking.
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VIII
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    • sleepy times. The dim and sleepy times represent, so to
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • consider the human alternation of waking and sleeping. Even
    • different. They sleep at night and wake by day. When days are
    • longer and nights shorter they sleep less; when nights are
    • longer the sleep longer. These aspects however can at most
    • from the Universe in the alternation of sleeping and waking
    • night, but even they, when they do go to sleep, must adopt a
    • cannot sleep properly when horizontal but have to sit more
    • association of sleep with the horizontal posture will help to
    • way: To go to sleep, man must adopt a position whereby his
    • while he is sleeping, to that of animal life. You will find
    • We think once more of the alternation of sleeping and waking.
    • horizontal posture during sleep, so that in this horizontal
    • substance is brought about in sleep, only that then its
    • place also in our sleep, but the outcome of it is then
    • carried from one part of our body to another. During sleep,
    • take place when we are sleeping. And from the very fact that
    • thought and indeation even as sleeping is to waking.
    • always asleep. Here now you have the more exact determination
    • man does precisely the same as in sleep. He sleeps by virtue
    • of his will. Sleep, and deliberate or wilful movement, are in
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  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • spine — when man is sleeping. Comparing human
    • metabolism in sleeping and in waking respectively, we have
    • horizontally in sleep, — thus to escape in sleep from

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