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- Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
- In contrast to that, the structure and development of the nervous system
- because the nervous system that belongs to our outer senses is the expression
- which is symbolized in the relation of our entire nervous system to
- relationship of our total nervous system to the twelve senses, what
- system located deeper inside us in the spinal cord, you will find the
- bodies, those same forces actually flow in our nervous system, which
- the cosmos and the structure of our nervous system, like many other
- our nervous system is built for the heavens, it is alive in the heavens,
- is connected to the cosmic element in us. Our nervous system is actually
- its life from outside. In a sense, the nervous system yields its life
- to the blood. Thus, the nervous system is dead while the blood is alive,
- is not at all of our earth. That is why the nervous system must take
- Thus, be cause our nervous system lost its life in its descent into the
- element in us. Ahriman can exist in us because our nervous system is
- system if the latter had not descended to the earth. We can sense the
- nervous system. When we then turn our thoughts to our blood, we understand
- entrusting the development of our nervous system to the earth, we have
- Our nervous system lost its cosmic life and
- them was achieved when the life of our nervous system, which had been
- And now we as human beings can reconcile the contrast between blood system
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