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- Title: The Dead Are With Us
- instance, we read to the dead we certainly draw near to them. But for
- What the dead say comes out of our own soul. The life of day draws
- Older people when they die are strongly drawn to the spiritual world,
- that it is easier for them to approach us. True, they withdraw from
- It is really so that a clear distinction can be drawn between these
- thoughts will then draw near to him when we go to sleep. Such thoughts
- Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XIII: The Three Realms of the Dead: Life Between Death and a New Birth
- draw your attention above all to a domain that in a certain respect
- inhabiting the earth with us. I need only draw your attention to all
- as to draw attention to how a person, if he fails to acquire
- permanently banished from the life I described earlier. They draw
- spiritual science will be drawing its content from the spiritual
- Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
- compelled to withdraw their whole work from the astral body and to
- to sleep? If we choose to draw this parallel — namely that insight
- the third millennium does. Let us draw from anthroposophical Spiritual
- Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
- third and fourth centuries, whereby the soul was drawn into
- human faculties. The Evangelists wrote the Gospels by drawing
- Eurythmy itself is to draw attention to this. In Eurythmy the
- Title: Dead Are With Us: Lecture
- certainly draw near to them, but for direct intercourse it is
- draws near, the moment of waking passes quickly by, and we
- they are strongly drawn to the spiritual world, but this also
- is easier for them to approach us. True, they withdraw much
- to him and these thoughts will draw near to him when we sleep.
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