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- Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
- in sleeping cars and in grand hotels by the sea. And there were the
- Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
- is attached to remaining fully conscious — apart from sleep. When
- of events allows us to sleep through things of greatest importance.
- for sleep is in our time considerable and naturally ahrimanic and luciferic
- be inappropriately asleep. What surges and pulsates through life comes
- Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
- fall asleep they free themselves from the physical and etheric bodies.
- time we awake from sleep we enter, with our ‘I’ and astral
- every night into sleep. We attain our best forces, also in regard to
- intellectual development, during sleep. It is because the physical and
- from the spiritual world during sleep and bestows upon them on waking.
- sleep, but during the day, while awake, we are still unconscious as
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
- consciousness, such as dream or sleep and also during the
- remained connected with the physical body. It is during sleep
- sleep, or of atavistic clairvoyance he perceived the spirit
- forces, especially during dream, sleep and other states of
- not asleep, one cannot be unaware of the many curious things
- that occur. However, most people are asleep for they are
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
- aware that when they were outside the body during sleep, they
- during sleep, and he experienced the descent into the body as
- that he had a living soul and that during sleep he was in a
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
- sleep can be simpler and more straightforwardly explained
- we do not need to “explain” the falling asleep
- the limb has “gone to sleep.” The peculiar
- has an effect and causes the “falling asleep” of
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
- often pointed out. Between going to sleep and waking the
- the I during sleep. The I he depicts to
- sleep the chain of his life's external events is broken. This
- every time he sleeps, at least as far as his consciousness is
- This I is not extinguished in sleep even if ordinary
- asleep. This I is only like a picture in the mind. The
- dreams, we dream the whole time between falling asleep and
- Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
- them by in a state of sleep. To understand the polarity of
- concepts. We must not sleep through the significant events
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