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  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • will, in such a way that pleasure or pain is caused by
    • world of plants are insensitive to what we call pleasure or pain when
    • either pleasure or pain in the whole environment. — The dead can
    • single one of his limbs without pleasure or pain being caused by what
    • speaking, without awakening pleasure or pain in our environment. The
    • reaction of the environment is such that pleasure or pain proceeds
    • mistake, he immediately becomes aware of pain, of suffering, in the
    • or pain, until, finally, the soul-nature is such that it can descend
    • pain in his environment, so we can say concerning everything
    • die, we mourn and feel pain. When good friends in the Society have
    • Anthroposophy to offer people shallow consolation for their pain or
    • to the pain and the sorrow, people make no distinction as to whether
    • children have died the pain of those who have remained behind is
    • their pain to our souls; we feel their pain — that they would
    • fain still be here! Their pain is eased when we bear it with them. The
    • us; his pain is thereby relieved.
    • On the other hand, the pain we feel at the death of older people
    • called egotistical pain. An older person who has died does not lose us
    • We here in life feel that we have lost him — the pain is
    • therefore only our concern. It is egotistical pain. We do not
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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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    • of pain or the absence of pleasure in the mineral and plant realms.
    • such impressions, without such activities as are spread by pain or
    • essentially plant nature, he thereby causes neither pleasure nor pain
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
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    • They are not at pains to make man particularly spiritual, but rather
  • Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
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    • Spain. Even that was already blunted; it did not penetrate in
  • Title: Dead Are With Us: Lecture
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    • or pain is caused by these deeds of ours. Reaction of
    • to what we call pleasure or pain as the result of deeds
    • themselves — causes either pleasure or pain. The Dead can
    • pictorially — move a single limb without pleasure or pain
    • without causing pleasure or pain in our environment. The
    • pain proceeds from what is done. On the physical plane we stand
    • commits some error he immediately becomes aware of pain, of
    • works on and on, calling forth pleasure or pain, until finally
    • either pleasure or pain in his environment, so we can say about
    • and feel pain. When good friends pass away, I have often said
    • shallow consolation for their pain or try to talk them out of
    • children have died, the pain of those who have remained behind
    • them they convey their pain to our souls; we feel their pain
    • — that they would fain still be here! Their pain is eased
    • feeling with us, and it is good that it should be so; his pain
    • the other hand, the pain we feel at the death of elderly people
    • egotistical pain. An elderly person who has died does not lose
    • pain is therefore ours; it is egotistical pain. We do
    • the pain for ourselves.
    • of pain: egotistical pain in connection with the elderly; pain



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