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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • consciousness altogether send most people to sleep after a short
    • more around us than it is in deep, dreamless, sleep ... but a world
    • experiences undergone during sleep. And after all, in the urges and
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • of man's sentient and volitional being during sleep and the
    • in that case? During sleep, man's sentient and volitional being
    • out with man's true inner being during sleep, but remains behind
    • out during sleep and which remains unconscious for the ordinary
    • bodies during sleep, there is a dull twilight life, and we only
    • sleeping condition. Consciousness arises when we dive down into
    • lives in a dull twilight state from the moment of falling asleep
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • alternating conditions of waking and sleeping, these above all
    • sleeping, but we do not take much notice of this pendulum of
    • life, swaying between the conditions of waking and sleeping. The
    • relating to the alternating conditions of waking and sleeping.
    • result goes to sleep, and that sleep in its turn counter-balances
    • fatigue. Sleep (this can be described in one or the other way,
    • fatigue is the cause of sleep; for instance, when they observe a
    • in the evening, but in the afternoon, and who falls asleep not
    • alternating conditions of waking and sleeping can be studied with
    • conditions of waking and sleeping. Only by rendering thought
    • free meditation, can the act of falling asleep be rightly grasped
    • to gain insight into the normal act of falling asleep, with the
    • nature of sleep.
    • desires, are those which show us that when we fall asleep we can,
    • in a certain way, still follow the moment in which sleep takes
    • hold of us; we look, as it were, upon the act of falling asleep
    • and we learn to know that when we go to sleep we do not simply
    • thoughts behind consciously, when we fall asleep, only because
    • what we leave behind on the bed on falling asleep, is not only
    • between falling asleep and waking up.
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture I: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • conditions of waking and sleeping must above all be looked upon
    • of waking to that of sleeping, but we do not take much notice
    • waking and sleeping. The strangest theories have been advanced
    • conditions of waking and sleeping. But let me mention only one,
    • and when he is sufficiently tired goes to sleep, and that sleep
    • in its turn counter-balances fatigue. Sleep (this can be
    • really say that fatigue is the cause of sleep, when for
    • but in the afternoon, and who falls asleep not after the first
    • believe that the alternating conditions of waking and sleeping
    • alternating conditions of waking and sleeping. Only by
    • asleep be rightly grasped and perceived.
    • asleep, with the aid of the ordinary cognitive forces, may set
    • recognise the true nature of sleep.
    • we fall asleep we can, in a certain way, still follow the
    • moment in which sleep takes hold of us; we look, as it were,
    • upon the act of falling asleep and we learn to know that when
    • we go to sleep we do not simply have before us a changed bodily
    • asleep, only because our thinking has been intensified. The
    • asleep, is not only something which can be investigated by
    • independently between falling asleep and waking up.
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  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • at the moment of falling asleep, that sentient and volitional
    • asleep to the moment of waking up? Are the phenomena known as
    • behind on the bed during sleep, consisting solely of the
    • sleep, vanishes. What constitutes man's immortal, eternal
    • sleep, as a rule also abandons the physical body when we are
    • the sleeping state, although it is radically different from
    • sleep.
    • is the case during sleep, and in which these independent
    • sleep, when we go out of our physical body as
    • falling asleep to the moment of waking up, is that part of
    • night when we fall asleep, and it also passes again as a being
    • unconsciously during sleep, in a more youthful stage of life
    • being which abandons the body of a younger person during sleep,
    • crossing the portal of sleep, but he takes out with his
    • we do not pass through the portal of sleep with our thoughts,
    • for we leave them behind when we fall asleep and they shine
    • external world. We pass through the portal of sleep with these
    • able, in accordance with his organisation, to do without sleep
    • Spiritual science now enables us to discover that during sleep
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • volitional being during sleep and the becoming conscious in
    • What takes place in that case? During sleep, man's sentient and
    • does not go out with man's true inner being in falling asleep,
    • conscious of that part which goes out during sleep and which
    • the etheric bodies during sleep, there is a dull twilight-life,
    • during our ordinary sleeping condition. Consciousness arises
    • falling asleep to the moment of waking up, must, as it were,



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