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  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • longer perceive it. In yonder world we are actually within human souls
    • be attained by those who have enough perseverance, along the path
    • meaning for man so long as he has not developed his clairvoyant
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XIII: The Three Realms of the Dead: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • earlier lecture given here in Bern and to pursue it further along the
    • physical images as perceptions, they belong precisely to what I am
    • evolution. They no longer — at least in their more important
    • and weakening of the will forces belonging to a human being after death.
    • For some this lasts but a short time, for others longer.
    • long time our age has discarded the ancient, instinctive mental
    • in the right way. For a long time I have been emphasizing that the
    • radical developments, a reproach that belongs to the most
    • of humanity!” The time will not be long, perhaps only a few
    • A man leaves his house to go for a walk along a path he
    • sense can no longer take place. It is precisely these private
    • particularly those who belong most truly and honestly to our movement
    • no longer take place and that I also release everyone from any kind
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
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    • evident from the facts presented in that book that Spirits belonging
    • men can be convinced that it belongs to their own wisdom to recognise
    • said belongs to the divinely-willed evolution of mankind. If man were
    • change of which I cannot speak, because this is a subject belonging to
    • sleeper, as long as sleep lasts, does not see the approach of a thief
    • their conduct of this life as long as mankind had not actually been
    • so long been accustomed to hear can still usually count on some
  • Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
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    • But that discovery will be along a super-sensible
    • of itself all the faculties belonging to the
    • along which human nature was advancing at that time.
    • denies the Divine. In every human being belonging to modern
    • long time after their death, to understand the Mystery of
    • experience we had long before — hundreds of years
    • has found his way to the Mystery of Golgotha along a
    • soul no longer speaks.’ On the way to the
    • substantives, verbs or adjectives, we are no longer giving
    • approaching when the primary importance must no longer be
  • Title: Dead Are With Us: Lecture
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    • look away from it, we no longer perceive it. In yonder world we
    • have enough perseverance, along the path described in the book
    • meaning for man as long as he has not developed faculties of



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