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  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • what has thus passed over often remains present in dreams. In the case
    • of most dreams — although from the point of view of actual
    • content they are misleading — in the case of most dreams we have
    • something to us in our dream, but we should see in the dream something
    • that goes out from our own soul to the dead. The dream is the echo of
    • — hence the echo in the dream seems as if it were a message from
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XIII: The Three Realms of the Dead: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • are actually only dreamt, and the will is generally slept through. No
    • dreams. Passions, emotions, feelings are in truth only dreamt; they
    • In all that plays into waking life as dream or sleep,
    • here on earth the so-called living are dreaming and sleeping through
    • mystics dream and thrill about. Really, if we look at what we
    • which all so-called idealists now dream, to create, without regard to
  • Title: Dead Are With Us: Lecture
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    • passed over often remains present in dreams.
    • the case of most dreams — although in respect of actual
    • content they are misleading — in the case of most dreams
    • dream, but we should see in the dream something that goes out
    • from our own soul to the Dead. The dream is the echo of this.
    • speaking — hence the echo in the dream seems as if it



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