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  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • waking until the time of falling asleep; but the other part of
    • asleep and awaking is just as important. In the real sense, the human
    • consciousness. But the whole man — in waking and sleeping life
    • describe only what has happened in your waking life. Life is thus
    • broken: waking-sleeping; waking-sleeping. But you are also there while
    • you sleep; and in studying the whole human being, waking life and
    • spiritual world. For besides waking life and sleeping life there is a
    • world than waking and sleeping life as such. I mean the actual act of
    • waking and the actual act of going to sleep, which last only a moment,
    • delicate, sensitive feelings for these moments of waking and going to
    • moment of waking not immediately to come into the bright daylight but
    • sweeps with such power through the human soul at the moment of waking.
    • by the daylight but also even before waking by the noise of the
    • These moments of waking and of falling asleep are of the utmost
    • waking arrives. In the spiritual world, however, the moment of falling
    • asleep has not gone; we are only, at the moment of waking, a little
    • asleep, and again at the moment of waking. (As I have said, this
    • As I told you, the moments of waking and falling asleep are of
    • there are no single moments of falling asleep or of waking when we do
    • On the other hand, the moment of waking is the most favourable for
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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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    • clearly only his sense perceptions and his thoughts. Waking
    • In all that plays into waking life as dream or sleep,
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
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    • conditions prevailing between the moments of falling asleep and waking
    • — also in somnolent waking states. I have often said that although
    • not achieve, because in their waking life men slept through it, would
    • etheric and physical bodies in the waking state. It would be achieved
    • there, just because if he were there in the waking state, he
    • them — and man would meet with it on waking in the morning ...
    • wholesomely, in clear waking consciousness. These instincts would not
    • presented today. It may be asked: Is waking life, then, really harmful
    • waking life, just as the ordinary waking is an awakening from sleep,
    • question: Can waking life ever be harmful to sleep?
    • Yes — if waking life is not what it ought to be! If a man spends his
    • waking life as it ought to be spent, his sleep will also be healthy,
    • and if in his waking life he is drowsy or lazy, happy-go-lucky or
    • regard to the waking life we acquire as the result of our study of
    • healthy waking life brings order and direction into sleep.
    • ought to be experienced in the waking state rather than to any
  • Title: Dead Are With Us: Lecture
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    • consciousness functions only from the time of waking until the
    • waking is just as important. The human being is not, properly
    • — in waking and sleeping life — must be held in
    • you describe only what has happened in your waking hours. Life
    • is broken: waking-sleeping; waking-sleeping. But you are also
    • both waking life and sleeping life must be taken into consideration.
    • intercourse with the spiritual world. For besides waking
    • important for intercourse with the spiritual world than waking
    • with the act of waking and the act of going to sleep, which
    • these moments of waking and going to sleep we shall find that
    • spiritual world and at this moment of waking they preferred not
    • such power through the human soul at the moment of waking. The
    • not only by the daylight but also even before waking by the
    • These moments of waking and of going to sleep are of the utmost
    • ‘past’ when the moment of waking arrives. In the spiritual
    • are only, at the moment of waking, a little farther distant
    • and again at the moment of waking. (As I said, this is
    • I told you, the moments of waking and going to sleep are
    • the other hand, the moment of waking is the most favourable for
    • moment of waking does not bring with him countless tidings from
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