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  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • thoughts then often work quite unconsciously within the soul. That
    • is altogether unknown to popular consciousness, therefore there is
    • consciousness knows nothing of it because it proceeds in the
    • sub-consciousness. Clairvoyant consciousness does not charm anything
    • new into being; it merely brings up into consciousness what is present
    • physical plane ordinary consciousness functions only from the time of
    • consciousness which remains dim in ordinary life between falling
    • being is not unconscious when he is asleep; his consciousness is
    • consciousness. But the whole man — in waking and sleeping life
    • immediately fall asleep, losing consciousness of what has passed
    • passed away the next so far as physical consciousness is concerned;
    • sub-consciousness.) So far as physical consciousness is concerned,
    • these are two quite different moments; for spiritual consciousness the
    • unconscious region of the soul we are speaking continually with the
    • subconsciousness to communicate something to him in the evening. For
    • it need not be communicated consciously. You can prepare it at some
    • sleep it passes over to him. Ordinary consciousness as a rule will
    • this. If we were sufficiently developed to be conscious of our
    • considered from different angles. If we succeed in becoming conscious
    • but should become conscious that they are always present. All
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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XIII: The Three Realms of the Dead: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • we have a quite definite consciousness. I have said on another
    • sorrow, but this does not enter our ordinary, everyday consciousness.
    • ideas, however. As one becomes conscious of the working together, in
    • always be conscious that everything they do will call forth sympathy
    • consciousness to a great extent. It has even become in a certain
    • through clairvoyant consciousness, that the forces prevailing over a
    • sure, into our thoughts in ordinary consciousness but indeed into all
    • ordinary consciousness as a physical, earthly person, experiences
    • consciousness only exists in this perception and thinking. Feelings
    • this is somewhat clearer in consciousness than the rule of the will,
    • are not experienced in the light of consciousness that lives in the
    • experienced consciously at all.
    • consciousness. It is extraordinarily difficult to explain to earthly
    • must live through, if some day people become conscious of the fact
    • pictures as these, to arouse in the consciousness an understanding of
    • impulses of the new age to develop consciousness in the right way to
    • physical body with his ordinary consciousness is increasingly cut off
    • consciousness of a purely natural existence such as natural science
    • have been saying that the consciousness of modern and particularly of
    • future humanity will become a merely natural consciousness, a
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  • Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
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    • the development of the Consciousness-Soul (the Spiritual Soul) has been
    • speaking, everything that enters into our consciousness enters it
    • we have as little consciousness as we have during sleep. It is the Ego
    • set purpose in everything that takes place, without our being conscious
    • the Spiritual Soul that such questions can be the subject of conscious
    • All that is necessary is to raise our consciousness to a different
    • gradually come to understand this in his wideawake consciousness. It
    • anyone who goes through life with alert consciousness to-day finds
    • What really matters, however, is that men shall become conscious of
    • purely through their conscious thinking, men must reach the point of
    • this event or face it with fully wideawake consciousness. What would
    • this entail? To face this event with wideawake consciousness would
    • when Spiritual Science is studied and really consciously understood.
    • consciousness will become so alert that instead of sleeping through
    • of man. Many things that should lead to conscious awareness of this
    • to kill out in him the consciousness of his own spirituality. They
    • animal. To kill, to darken in man the consciousness that he is an
    • theory or a science, by the path of consciousness, robs man of his
    • Spiritual or Consciousness Soul is this possible. Hence the Ahrimanic
    • in their wideawake consciousness when the souls were within the
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  • Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
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    • Each epoch marks a new development in human consciousness.
    • in the spiritual world, an unconscious reflection of his
    • Spiritual or Consciousness Soul has been in process of
    • later epoch, namely, the Consciousness Soul and its
    • with the Consciousness Soul, functioning as fully in man as
    • when man's own personality should be consciously within his grasp
    • wanted to give to man too soon the Consciousness Soul,
    • level of the Consciousness Soul and have led to the severance
    • own personality, because the Consciousness Soul had been
    • conscious of the two poles: powerlessness through the body,
    • lies in our conscious realisation that with every sentence we
    • consciousness into our common life. One of the purposes of
    • become conscious of the fact that our body, being the
    • bring truth to life again in Christ when we are conscious
    • written out of the Consciousness Soul itself.
    • subconsciousness. It is a case of daimonic possession. There
    • is something in his subconsciousness that inspires into him
    • Sentient Soul is the consciousness and development of
    • Consciousness Soul is man's awakening to the objective
  • Title: Dead Are With Us: Lecture
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    • within us the consciousness that in very truth the dead are with us.
    • thoughts then often work quite unconsciously within the soul.
    • conscious of the spiritual world. The concept is extremely
    • consciousness, for this reason there is today no
    • the Dead, only the ordinary consciousness knows nothing of it
    • because it lies in the subconsciousness. Clairvoyant
    • consciousness does not evoke anything new into being; it
    • merely brings up into consciousness what is present all the
    • consciousness functions only from the time of waking until the
    • time of falling asleep; but the other part of consciousness
    • speaking, unconscious when he is asleep; his consciousness is
    • losing consciousness of what has passed through the soul.
    • physical consciousness is concerned; spiritually conceived, it
    • subconsciousness.) As far as physical consciousness is
    • spiritual consciousness the one is only a little farther
    • the Dead. In the unconscious region of the soul we are speaking
    • subconsciousness to communicate something to him in the
    • evening. It need not to be communicated consciously; you can
    • consciousness as a rule will know little of the happening,
    • If we were sufficiently developed to be conscious of our
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