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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerve
    • Blood and Nerves
    • or blood material, and the nerve substance.
    • substance, or blood material, and nerve substance.
    • On the other hand, the most important nerves
    • in the eyes you find the optic nerve continuing behind the eye and merging
    • with the nerve substance of the brain. Similarly, all nerves are really
    • and the nerve substances are the two poles of our physical being. And
    • everything built up from the outside, namely the nerve substance. Then
    • and the nerve substance in the light of spiritual science, you will
    • readily see the tremendous difference between the two. Our nerve substance
    • is not of the earth, but the blood substance is of the earth. Nerve
    • in it, has its origin completely in earthly processes. Our nerve substance
    • Our nerve substance has been transferred into
    • fact, for the nerve substance, as it rests in us, is actually dead.
    • that in terms of substance, nerve substance is the most durable in our
    • nerve substance is affected by influences of our sense perceptions,
    • if we could take our nerve substance and raise it to a sphere beyond
    • This nerve substance is, so to speak, designed
    • This is very strange, isn't it? We have this nerve substance in us that
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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • our senses are concerned, what is spread out over our nerve substance

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