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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • where, in full waking alertness, we can empty our consciousness
    • carried out in full waking consciousness, under complete control of
  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • who have a continuous memory in their waking-life condition, a memory
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • this way we were able to grasp that during our waking state of
    • during our ordinary waking consciousness the world of thought
    • produces this waking state of consciousness).
    • our physical and etheric bodies at the moment of waking up. By
    • to the moment of waking up, must, as it were, connect itself
    • during the waking daytime condition with our thoughts and with
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • alternating conditions of waking and sleeping, these above all
    • we constantly change over from the condition of waking to that of
    • life, swaying between the conditions of waking and sleeping. The
    • relating to the alternating conditions of waking and sleeping.
    • alternating conditions of waking and sleeping can be studied with
    • conditions of waking and sleeping. Only by rendering thought
    • between falling asleep and waking up.
    • moment of waking up. We now learn to judge that the moment of
    • waking up really consists of two parts: Our attitude on waking up
    • the moment of waking up is a perception through feeling; we take
    • move an arm or a leg. Waking up really consists of these two
    • falling asleep and waking up, we now learned to know the
    • conditions in which the soul lives from the moment of waking up
    • the alternating conditions of sleeping and waking, and we are
    • have we gained? Through the processes of waking up and of falling
    • waking, or birth and death, now enables us to attain a vision of
  • 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,
    • believe that the alternating conditions of waking and sleeping
    • alternating conditions of waking and sleeping. Only by
    • independently between falling asleep and waking up.
    • learn to know the moment of waking up. We now learn to judge
    • that the moment of waking up really consists of two parts: Our
    • attitude on waking up is the same as when a sense-impression is
    • feeling something which is outside; the moment of waking up is
    • a leg. Waking up really consists of these two acts.
    • regard to falling asleep and waking up, we have now learned to
    • moment of waking up to the moment of falling asleep, when it is
    • conditions of sleeping and waking, we are then capable of
    • waking up and of falling asleep, we have learned to know birth
    • such as sleeping and waking, or birth and death, now enables us
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture II: Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • asleep to the moment of waking up? Are the phenomena known as
    • falling asleep to the moment of waking up, is that part of
    • consciousness, for our waking consciousness makes us experience
  • Title: Foundations of Anthroposophy: Lecture III: World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • during our waking state of consciousness we cannot grow
    • ordinary waking consciousness the world of thoughts produces
    • this waking state of consciousness).
    • moment of waking up. And by diving down into the physical body,
    • falling asleep to the moment of waking up, must, as it were,
    • connect itself during the waking daytime condition with



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