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  • Title: Whitsuntide in the Course of the Year
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    • consciousness and the corresponding processes in our physical
    • organism, We shall never grasp the working of consciousness
    • never be conscious beings in the physical world. In this
    • sprouting, never leads to consciousness. Consciousness can
    • more complete consciousness appear. We become conscious to
    • who has gone through initiation observes how consciousness
    • arises in man, he finds that every conscious thought that is
    • grasped, and every conscious feeling that asserts itself, are
    • When we look at conscious life we look at destruction; and we
    • conscious life of the spirit by observing what part this
    • conscious life of spirit plays in the physical world, by
    • It is for this reason that we have to alternate the conscious
    • processes with the unconscious processes of sleep, so that
    • be built up again by the unconscious forces of nature in our
    • the soul force when it wakes to consciousness wears out and
    • signifies a conscious union with the waking Earth-spirit. It
    • in the physical world as consciousness. Let us sketch
    • permeate the physical organic life only, no consciousness
    • would arise, flow does consciousness arise? For that, the
    • initiation we become conscious of what is all the time being
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