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  • Title: Life Between ... VII: The Working of Karma in Life After Death
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    • how in the concentrated brain structure an imprint of the total
    • starry heavens may be found. In fact, our brain does contain an
  • Title: Life Between ... VIII: Between Death and a New Birth
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    • decay. The physical brain decays also, and it is clear that it can be
  • Title: Life Between ... IX: Life After Death
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    • brain is still soft. The connecting links that go from the brain to
  • Title: Life Between ... XIV: Further Facts About Life Between Death and Rebirth
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    • developed brain. He first must form it in accordance with the
    • apart from the basic structure of the brain and the spinal cord, that
    • the cosmic forces we build up our physical body and our brain. Here
  • Title: Life Between ... XV: Intercourse With the Dead
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    • corpse. The brain thinks but it cannot think itself. We see a portion
    • become the moon, just as on earth we are our brain. We expand into
    • shape of the head is individual, and the shape of the brain is
    • brain to its general structure. Such an individuality did not find
  • Title: Life Between ... XVI: Life After Death
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    • organs. The intellect, which is bound to the brain, also ceases to
    • becomes after death what the brain is for us on earth as physical
  • Title: Descriptive Sketches: Lecture II
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    • the so-called grey brain-substance, which principally constitutes the
    • the brain; but we need the brain as an instrument of thought. And
    • grey brain-substance. This grey brain-matter was by no means so highly
    • to us after having constructed our grey brain-substance, in
    • difficult!” The development of the brain is most actively carried
    • forming the brain. This work lasts for a comparatively long time. It
    • brain-substance. The following is, however, not observed, nor can it
    • through them the grey brain-substance is moulded, but, of course, one
    • man's brain; for, indeed, almost all external culture is the result of
    • the working of the human brain. All the forces are used in working the
    • brain. Many might say: “Well, I have taken no part in this work;
    • works in the brain, yet one cannot say that the savages develop any
    • enable him to use the higher forces of the brain. On the other hand,
    • forming of the grey brain-substance which enables man to see into the
    • nature which work at the development of the brain.
  • Title: Lecture: The Transformation of Earthly Forces into Clairvoyant Faculties
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    • used to bring into being the so-called grey matter of the brain
    • actually engendered by the brain, but in order to think the brain is
    • co-ordinate the grey substance of the brain.
    • The high degree of co-ordination in the brain-substance of the average
    • brain must be exercised in the way described in order to survey with
    • The most vigorous development of the brain takes place during the
    • moulding and articulation of the brain. But this work goes on for some
    • brain does not cease. But the following principle is not noticed, nor
    • activity that the brain-substance is moulded, although Anthroposophy
    • elaborating the brain, for this culture is almost entirely a product
    • of the activity of the brain; the forces are all absorbed in this
    • what is thus elaborated by the brain. But neither can it be said of
    • applying the forces which normally enable the brain to make use of the
    • of the brain; the forces enabling man to look back to earlier lives on
    • being at the elaboration of the brain.

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