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- Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 7: The Four Spheres of the Higher Worlds
- impressions which, although they have vanished from our memory and we
- Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 10: Transformation of Soul-forces and Stages in the Evolution of Physical Organs. Reading in the Akasha Chronicle.
- Memory, like thinking, is a faculty of the soul. The character of
- said of memory? In the normal consciousness of everyday life we find
- that memory works in the following way. Man has consciousness
- the past. Through memory, man passes out of the present into the past.
- environment but is so no longer. Anyone who studies memory from this
- is connected with the space immediately around us, this memory,
- becomes heart-thinking and his ordinary memory changes into a
- returns to the everyday world he has a memory and a faculty of
- of ordinary memory, what he observes in that world presents itself not
- in time, but spatially. Memory is completely transformed. Whereas
- ordinary memory looks back in time in order to recall events of
- memory one after another in time, now present themselves
- soul-faculty of memory, Time changes into Space as soon as we
- Memory has become an essentially new faculty. We see something
- placed side by side in space. When this form of memory has been
- memory, if he were to find that his logical thinking contradicted his
- memory? Suppose you had before you a document bearing the date of 26th
- going back over the days, your memory says to you: It must have
- consciousness of the immediate present conflicts with memory. In the
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