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- Title: Man's Being: Lecture II: Life between Death and a New Incarnation
- Attainment, Anthroposophic Press, New York.] how the dead,
- that the dead, in the measure in which they shared this or that
- attaining a conscious relation to the dead, we are enabled to
- communicate with the dead, it is even possible to use earthly
- the dead is that of using nouns; whereas verbs are retained by
- of surprise, and so forth, are often used by the dead in
- language of the dead.
- people believe that they can communicate with the dead, by
- persons, and not with actual, direct utterances of the dead
- transmitted through a medium. For the dead outgrow ordinary
- we can communicate with the dead only by acquiring their
- dead, although dwelling in an element akin to sleep, yet have a
- done by thinking of the dead as vividly as possible;
- Abstract concepts are not understood by the dead. Hence I must
- together. The other person, who is now dead, walked at my side.
- experienced together with the dead; by sending out our thoughts
- to the dead whom we conjure up before our soul in a familiar
- towards the dead. Thus we provide the dead with something like
- the thought sent by us to the dead comes forth within them, but
- Conversely, the dead can experience their present spiritual
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- Title: Man's Being: Lecture V: Man's Being, His Destiny and World Evolution - 2
- dead Christ. And He is still present among us. If we learn to
- Title: Man's Being: Lecture VI: Man's Being, His Destiny and World Evolution - 3
- dead nature. Thus he has become able to speak of
- the souls of the dead; learnt to find out, as it were, how
- their dead kinfolk were faring. And people felt that springtime
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