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- Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture II: Exercises of Thought, Feeling and Volition
- almost dreamy. It existed not in such dreams as concealed indirectly
- by their very nature their real content, but in waking dreams, which
- dreamlike clairvoyance. Man attains to his full consciousness in the
- Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture III: Methods of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge or Cognition
- dream-pictures. And this experience enabled him to feel also the
- as in a dream. He had dreamlike intuition of which we find to-day only
- spiritual; and what he experienced then in a semi-dream state was for
- as in a dream, but with full consciousness.
- Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IV: Exercises of Cognition and Will
- when an old dream-like Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition still
- Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture V: Experiences of the Soul in Sleep
- Dreams interweave themselves into the state of soul just described.
- dreams, but still less clear. This lack of clearness applies also to
- the imaginative consciousness if this latter is clouded by dreams
- life both awake and in dream by means of that conception of the soul
- for God, in which dreams can play their part.
- Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VII: The Relationship of Christ with Humanity
- sharp distinction between sleeping and waking. Dreams now are the only
- dream-like experience of his pre-earthly existence. He felt his
- Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture II: Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling, and Willing
- scientifically, that consciousness was dream-like. What
- that dream-like way as was the case in olden times. But it must
- be realized that these dreams of ancient philosophers were not
- dreams in the same sense as dreams are today. Today's dreams
- factor is nowhere assured by the content of the dream
- the physical organism. In the dream conception itself one never
- abandon ourselves to this dreamy, half-conscious soul state.
- dream-like condition, from whom later philosophers have
- which by man's dream-like forces of soul made him similarly a
- dream-like familiarization with the divine, but now, it is
- half-conscious dreamily imaginative, inspired and intuitive
- conditions of dreamlike clairvoyance. Such persons are
- their dream-like visions; thoughts based on a far more
- intuition, even when he experiences it in a dream-like
- experienced through dreams, instincts and emotions and thus
- has rejected the old dream-like clairvoyance that was
- Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture III: The Imaginative, Inspirative, and Intuitive Method of Cognition
- if half dreamlike way to knowledge, so as to experience in it
- develop a dreamlike but nevertheless valid cosmology. This
- soul — not in the half dreamlike, half unconscious
- disposition such as existed in a dreamlike soul condition
- humanity was a dreamlike, half unconscious, instinctive
- intuitions, which are echoes of the dreamlike intuitions of
- conceptual life was often almost dreamlike, while his emotional
- dreamily projected fantasies into the outer world, and
- the cosmos. This he perceived, even as though in dreams, in
- that it must now be neither dreamlike nor half-conscious. Our
- process of knowledge in dreamlike fashion — and permeate
- Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
- tradition that rests upon the dreamlike knowledge of the past.
- cosmological ideas attained by humanity when a dreamlike
- from those times when men found their way in dreamlike
- religious content once provided by the old dreamlike, intuitive
- of a series of dreamed-up notions. It is a characteristic
- Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture V: The Soul's Experiences in Sleep
- transitional state when we are dreaming, man sinks into
- dreams can intervene. They are either symbolic pictures of
- bodily conditions, and so on, or they are dreams in which
- intermingled without the ordinary dreamer being able to
- acquire a definite knowledge of what the dreams really contain.
- do this already — dreams do not throw light upon the
- Ancient dreamlike science specifically described how the life
- for God, the dreams mix again into his sleep life and he
- Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VI: The Transition from the Soul-Spiritual Existence in Human Development to the Sensory-Physical
- dreamlike clairvoyance of primeval times. Because philosophy,
- Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VII: Christ in His Relationship to Mankind and the Riddle of Death
- states of waking and sleeping, and between them, dreams. While
- we are aware of a certain content in dreams, we must admit that
- it is often misleading. In any case, this dream content does
- of dreams is most questionable, at least as far as gaining
- ancient humanity. It was neither that of dreams, nor of
- half-conscious dreaming as we have it today. Rather, it was a
- pictorial “waking-dreaming,” as one might put it.
- to our dream pictures, but what they contained pointed to a
- freely and lightly in his consciousness as our dream pictures
- dubious world of dreams. Mankind had lost that part of
- Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture X: The Experience of the Soul's Will Nature
- shaping of dreams, which is something that varies with each
- to the form that dreams take, they always correspond directly
- before that. Just as we dream about something from the day just
- these other experiences also arise in a dream. We dream, for
- enters directly into the life of dreams. We perhaps talked to
- itself into the conversation, we dream up all kinds of
- things about that person. Dreams are not studied correctly. If
- they were one would recognize these experiences of dream-life
- for what they are. Now dreaming does vary with different
- people. One person dreams only about what happened yesterday,
- another dreams about what he experienced the day before, still
- another dreams about what happened three or four days earlier.
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