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  • Title: St. Augustine
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    • being, — is refuted every tine one goes to sleep. Every
    • sleep, from him is snatched that absolute certainty of inner
    • him. Every tine you go to sleep until the moment of waking, the
    • he goes to sleep, and a modern human being does not even know
    • perhaps, but the very fact of sleep contradicts it.”
    • sleep. So that we may says: In the 4th Post Atlantean epoch it
    • 5th epoch), that their sleep transpired completely
    • Atlantean epoch knew that, from sleeping until waking up, there
    • from waking to sleeping, still continued to work, but in other
    • a dim, but conscious life of sleep. In that age one still knew
    • but also reality, because one knew those moments of sleeping
    • going to sleep and waking, there arises an experience which is
    • recognise through your sleep-life how the Moon-forces are
    • partially asleep). Try to recognise the MOON-life in your
    • sleep-life, for it plays into your sleep-life, as the Silvery
    • cannot get very far, because every sleep refutes the real
  • Title: Goethe, Comte and Bentham
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    • closely into the nature of man in the period between going to sleep
    • and waking up; that is, the sleeping condition. Of course,
    • diagrammatically, the sleeping condition is well-known to you. That
    • nature of sleep; we must remember that it is just in the sleeping
    • If man were conscious in the sleeping condition, that is from going
    • to sleep until waking up, or, let us say, if he became conscious
    • could thus become conscious through his sleeping condition, he
    • the inner experiences during the sleep condition, he experience in
    • wake up in his sleep, if I may use that expression, he would not
    • because, from the moment of sleeping until waking he is permeated
    • going to sleep until waking up, the reality of man's ego and astral
    • asleep, man is subject to the deception that his so and Astral body
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture I
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    • being, — is refuted every time one goes to sleep. Every
    • time a person to-day passes into the unconsciousness of sleep,
    • Every time you go to sleep until the moment of waking, the
    • sleep, and a modern human being does not even know whether it
    • very fact of sleep contradicts it.
    • chiefly because it played into their life of sleep. So that we
    • their sleep transpired completely unconsciously. Those human
    • beings of the 4th Post-Atlantean epoch knew that, from sleeping
    • ideas, as feelings from waking to sleeping, still continued to
    • down, as it were, into a dim, but conscious life of sleep. In
    • those moments of sleeping life in which was revealed, not
    • during the time between going to sleep and waking, there arises
    • “Try to recognise through your sleep-life how the
    • is partially asleep). Try to recognise the MOON-life in your
    • sleep-life, for it plays into your sleep-life, as the Silvery
    • cannot get very far, because every sleep refutes the real
  • Title: Bridge between the Ideal and the Real: Lecture II
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    • the nature of man in the period between going to sleep and
    • waking up that is, the sleeping condition. Of course,
    • diagrammatically, the sleeping condition is well-known to you.
    • into the nature of sleep, we must remember that it is just in
    • the sleeping condition that a man experiences the reality of
    • conscious in the sleeping condition, that is from going to
    • sleep until waking up, or, let us say, if he became conscious
    • — if man could thus become conscious through his sleeping
    • the sleep condition, he experiences in his Ego and Astral body
    • referred. But if he were really to wake up in his sleep, if I
    • sleeping until waking he is permeated by his Angel, that
    • Cognition is not present. From the moment of going to sleep
    • seen, when he is asleep, man is subject to the deception that
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • on things and are not entirely asleep come to realise that the depth-dimension
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • a sort of sleep-life up to the age of 28, then begin somewhat to comprehend
    • a sleeping plant-life and in the second half would look back and understand
    • what took place during this sleep. There are forces and powers which
    • Before that we should go about on earth drunken with sleep.
    • cliff: a knight on horseback, or other figures in the mountains, sleeping
    • line. One can sleep with what simply looks at the world. If one looks
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • obese, materialistic in his lower nature, one makes him heavy and sleepy.
    • thoroughly awake and not sleeping.
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • states of sleeping and waking. In the sleeping state it is represented
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • asleep, one must earnestly wish that they would at least be awake to
    • go to sleep whenever they can; they sleep when they might be won
    • contemporaries because in a sleeping condition they are absorbing
    • is something that mankind should not sleep through. People should
    • not allow the world to be Wilsonised because everyone is asleep. Let
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • states of sleeping and waking. In the sleeping state it is represented
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture VI: Augustus and the Roman Catholic Church, Rhetoric, Intellectual Soul and Consciousness Soul
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    • asleep, one must earnestly wish that they would at least be awake to
    • go to sleep whenever they can; they sleep when they might be won
    • contemporaries because in a sleeping condition they are absorbing
    • is something that mankind should not sleep through. People should
    • not allow the world to be Wilsonised because everyone is asleep. Let



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