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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • stand further away. Man is further away from himself when he sleeps
    • to the astral body which is outside the physical body in sleep. You
    • your astral body of sleep.
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • out by our astral body when we pass over into the condition of sleep.
    • If now with Imaginative vision we can behold man in sleep as a
    • way. Picture to yourselves during sleep the etheric and physical
    • memory-life is transformed during sleep. If man dreams it is just
    • falling asleep until waking up figures in this way as memories, that
    • during sleep with the forces which lie behind the phenomena of
    • memories unite during sleep, but with that which really lies behind
    • with these that our memories unite during sleep. Our memories rest in
    • them during sleep.
    • Thus we can really say: During sleep our soul with its
    • “When I fall asleep I consign my memories to the powers which
    • from outside, but when I sleep I sink my memories into your spiritual
    • go to sleep.” It is perhaps the most beautiful of all feeling
    • may be removed from us in space we find our way to it in sleep) —
    • asleep at night the memories which we have ourselves forgotten. Man
    • with reference to human sleep, because in reality, during those years
    • alone is taken up during sleep. As regards human beings it is the
    • which he carries in sleep into the inner being of nature. If one then
    • outside him as it is during sleep one sees that it really consists in
    • during our sleep into its own being. Nature takes up our memories
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