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- Title: The Dead Are With Us
- be attained by those who have enough perseverance, along the path
- and in other writings. It is attained by treading the path there
- Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XIII: The Three Realms of the Dead: Life Between Death and a New Birth
- or sorrow; it arouses some sort of sympathy or antipathy. You must
- pleasure or sorrow, that is, without calling forth sympathy or
- forces of sympathy and antipathy. Such facts must become living
- always be conscious that everything they do will call forth sympathy
- or antipathy, joy or sorrow; everything they do induces, if I may so
- sensations, in a realm where sympathy and antipathy hold sway. Within
- forces carrying sympathy and antipathy.
- for the dead, the realm in which rule sympathies and antipathies —
- found only on the spiritual scientific path.
- A man leaves his house to go for a walk along a path he
- makes him hesitate, and he steps off the path to think for a moment.
- been killed when the rock suddenly fell across his path, and so on.
- must be understood that on the path most commonly traveled today, the
- healthy path. Just as it is a necessity that the Mystery of Golgotha
- Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
- theory or a science, by the path of consciousness, robs man of his
- So the crucial point lies ahead when either the path to the right can
- be taken — but that demands wakefulness — or the path to the left,
- would not perceive how they deviate from the true path ... The
- denote an aberration from the path which, in the nature of humanity
- weaving and working in our astral body there is a direct path, a
- direct and unerring path that can be trodden.
- Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
- denotes an actual pathological defect. Failure to find in
- knower of the men of his day, and he recognised the path
- Mind Soul; thereafter the descending path of that epoch could
- impossible for him to find the further path to the Spirit-
- have cut man off from the path to his future destiny and
- super-sensible path, he has found within himself the strength
- Title: Dead Are With Us: Lecture
- have enough perseverance, along the path described in the book
- It is attained by treading the path there described. That is
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