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  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
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    • shape in space is shaped out of the non-spatial. We comprehend the
    • spatial only if we trace it back in its picture-nature to primal
    • directly out of the spaceless. Thus the spatial is portrayed in the
    • spatial, so that one spatial form reflects another.
    • because there are spiritual Beings who form the spatial according to
    • the spatial, not merely the spatial according to the spaceless.
    • individual human being is a spatial image of something outside space,
    • that nothing spatial is a replica of anything in space. The entry
    • spatial, so at the basis of everything temporal there is duration.
    • because they live both spatially and spacelessly, because they pass
    • their life between space and the spaceless, they call spatial forms
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture I: The Lower Three Human Members and the Spirits of Form
    Matching lines:
    • shape in space is shaped out of the non-spatial. We comprehend the
    • spatial only if we trace it back in its picture-nature to primal
    • directly out of the spaceless. Thus the spatial is portrayed in the
    • spatial, so that one spatial form reflects another.
    • because there are spiritual Beings who form the spatial according to
    • the spatial, not merely the spatial according to the spaceless.
    • individual human being is a spatial image of something outside space,
    • that nothing spatial is a replica of anything in space. The entry
    • spatial, so at the basis of everything temporal there is duration.
    • because they live both spatially and spacelessly, because they pass
    • their life between space and the spaceless, they call spatial forms



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