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- Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Relationships Between Karma and Accidents
- normal life, namely, sleeping and waking, and we shall then find
- human being when the daily states of sleeping and waking succeed one
- another? We know that when we sleep, the physical and the etheric body
- which a human being has when going to sleep and when awakening?
- If we consider the moment of going to sleep, we see that all
- subconscious. In normal life, when asleep, we ourselves are
- unconscious. Why do we lose consciousness when we fall asleep? We know
- that during the state of sleep we are surrounded by a spiritual world,
- development between going to sleep and awakening, would prove
- consciously into the world which surrounds us between going to sleep
- able to unfold the whole of its activity between falling asleep and
- awakening. If we were to fall asleep consciously, the condition of our
- this nature happens when man in falling asleep leaves his physical and
- when we fall asleep, for if it were otherwise, we should not be able
- situation that would occur if we fell asleep and entered the spiritual
- We can describe the processes of awakening and falling asleep as inner
- compressed Ego into the corporeality of man, and falling asleep as a
- that world into which we penetrate on falling asleep. Through this we
- understand waking and sleeping in the same sense in which we
- asleep or not depends upon the proper separation of our four members.
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- Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma of the Higher Beings
- the etheric and physical bodies. Even in dreamless sleep we have a
- Plants live continually in the consciousness of dreamless sleep. The
- our sleep somnambulistic actions of which we later know nothing. It is
- this dreamless sleep consciousness that is active. The ordinary
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