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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood
    • Blood and Nerves
    • two fundamentally different kinds of substance in us: the blood substance,
    • or blood material, and the nerve substance.
    • and so on. But all these substances are actually built up from blood,
    • does not contradict that we have primarily two substances in us, blood
    • substance, or blood material, and nerve substance.
    • with the blood is involved from the inside, so to speak, in our metabolic
    • blood is produced within us, and it in turn generates what is necessary
    • and just as we have positive and negative electricity, so the blood
    • we can put everything originating directly out of the blood next to
    • Our blood has entered our organism as a result
    • of processes belonging specifically to the earth. Blood is essentially
    • What was prepared there did not yet have any blood. Human blood, as
    • If you investigate both the blood substance
    • is not of the earth, but the blood substance is of the earth. Nerve
    • of the earth. Our blood substance, and everything that streams and flows
    • body. It is the one most resistant to change and, like the blood substance,
    • Our blood substance is quite different because
    • blood, the processes taking place in it would really have to be completely
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • live within movement and feel it the same way a blood cell or a muscle

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