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  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • Other souls pass him by; they do not come within his ken. He becomes
    • already passed through many Earth lives. In every Earth life a whole
    • which passes through births and deaths — this knowledge, remote
    • of lower passions. It is not the dead who arouse these passions but
    • for we immediately pass on into other conditions. If we develop
    • immediately fall asleep, losing consciousness of what has passed
    • really passed away but is still there. In physical life men have this
    • passed away the next so far as physical consciousness is concerned;
    • spiritually conceived, it has not passed away. You can look back at it
    • Suppose a man has passed through the Gate of Death and you want your
    • having prepared it, say, at noon, it passes over to the dead when you
    • sleep it passes over to him. Ordinary consciousness as a rule will
    • what has thus passed over often remains present in dreams. In the case
    • near, the moment of waking passes quickly by, and we are seldom
    • Now there is a great difference according to whether a soul passes
    • passed away, I have often said that it is not the task of
    • really a kind of compassion — no matter whether such children
    • fraught with compassion in regard to little children. The child
    • directed to all those who have passed through the Gate of Death. In
    • men think: When a human being has passed through the Gate of Death,
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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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    • dreams. Passions, emotions, feelings are in truth only dreamt; they
    • whom he was especially related who have passed through the portal of
    • imprisoned in it. One must have compassion for such human souls
    • that, that one is united with loved ones who have already passed on.
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
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    • body. They arise and pass away, but without them there would be for
    • in any way. Great world-events often pass men by just as something
    • that is taking place in the city passes a sleeper by ... although
    • it must not pass unnoticed — when out of the spiritual world men will
    • be mere aberrations but would pass over into and configure the social
    • One who today makes impassioned speeches to men in the words they have
    • single day passes without a miracle happening in our life. This last
  • Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
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    • happened came to pass. Now in assessing this unique Event
    • continues to develop after having passed through the Gate of
    • he was a passionate and fanatical individual. Nevertheless
    • temperamental fire, such impassioned ardour, that
    • Read the passage where the writer of the Apocalypse speaks of
    • thing to come to pass. Therefore the whole thrust which it
    • that when he had passed through the Gate of Death he would
    • epoch. This being so, when we are born as souls and pass out
    • passages in these essays with utterances, for example, of
    • about the methodology of history. Passages of Woodrow
    • Wilson tally exactly, almost literally, with passages of
    • Hermann Grimm; passages of Hermann Grimm can simply be
    • Woodrow Wilson uses practically the same passages as
    • passage from chapter 1:
    • the Apologeticus (p. 99) that a passage occurs on the subject
  • Title: Dead Are With Us: Lecture
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    • incarnation. Other souls pass him by; they do not come within
    • passed through many lives on the earth. In every life numbers
    • core of being which passes through birth and death — this
    • passions. It is not the Dead who arouse these passions but the
    • last only for brief seconds, for we immediately pass on into
    • losing consciousness of what has passed through the soul.
    • something at one moment, it has passed away the next as far as
    • has not passed away. You can look back at it just as you looked
    • has passed through the gate of death and you want your
    • it passes over to the Dead when you go to sleep. The question
    • and when you go to sleep it passes over to him. Ordinary
    • passed over often remains present in dreams.
    • draws near, the moment of waking passes quickly by, and we
    • it is not at all the same when a soul passes through the gate
    • and feel pain. When good friends pass away, I have often said
    • is really a kind of compassion — no matter whether such
    • fraught with compassion in connection with little children. The
    • example as may be directed to all those who have passed through
    • future. Today men think: When a human being has passed through
    • the so-called Living. Those who have passed through the gate of



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