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  • Title: Perception of the Nature of Thought
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    • external physical ray of light can penetrate his eye, it is active
    • men face them eye to eye spiritually Ahriman and Lucifer are harmful
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • eyes, the ears, the other senses from within. You experience
    • your own eyes, for instance, or your ears — filling
    • descent into yourself you come into the region of your eyes
    • doubt, will say: ‘Maybe, but this world of the eyes and
    • world of the eyes and ears is very small. I should be gazing
    • within your eyes is far greater, fuller in content, than the
    • them from within. Consciously entering into the eye from
    • within, he then breaks through the eye, and breaking through
    • the eye comes into the four elements. But he can likewise
    • his eye or his ear. So he slips through — through the
    • eye, through the ear — and comes into the region of the
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • other man whose eyes are then opened and he feels bound to
    • me with a faint smile and was so pale and hollow-eyed
    • her eyes, nothing maniacal in her voice.
    • cloud as thin as paper; his eyes were closed, he hovered
    • corporeal as you, and with closed eyes. I did not want to
    • turn my eyes towards him. Then he suddenly opened his and
    • with his eyes.’
    • eyes. She stretched out her arms towards mine and pointed
    • ‘Hold my eyes closed, I cannot bear it he is
    • I pressed both her hands over her eyes. She breathed with
    • prime. Tears started into my eyes and I thought of all
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture II
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    • obeyed her. Everything was still and dark and no thought
    • had changed into a point of light, visible to the eye.
    • eyes, shining arms came forth from her own arms, shining
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture III
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    • catastrophe taking place before his eyes as the subject of



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