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- Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 1: Natural Science
- the yogi, had to undertake.) When nowadays we examine our
- merely dormant in ordinary consciousness, the yogi
- physiological terms to realize what the yogi achieved by making
- yogi also made a conscious connection between the respiratory
- respiratory current itself. We could say that the yogi set his
- yogi raised himself above this view, which implied the
- consequence was that the yogi obtained from the
- itself to the yogi through his exercise. And we may say: since
- the yogi went through. That is, we tear our thinking away from
- fantastic. Yet just as the yogi pushed his thinking into his
- hidden from ordinary consciousness. Just as the Indian yogi
- the yogi made conscious the inner rhythm of his body, so we
- super-sensible way of knowledge. The yogi sought to move
- Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 3: East and West in History
- nature. For this reason, the Indian yogi elicited thoughts from
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