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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VI
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    • — knowing in images: Dreaming — inspired feeling: Sleeping
    • dreaming condition in feeling, and the sleeping condition in willing.
    • our will. In dreaming as it is called in ordinary life we are given up
    • feeling nature to this dreaming soul condition.
    • conditions of consciousness, with waking, dreaming, and sleeping, that
    • in a dreaming, dulled condition of consciousness. It is only in a
    • comprises: complete waking, dreaming-waking, sleeping-waking —
    • dreaming-awake. How do we actually experience what we go through in
    • can only experience in dreaming, for if we experienced them otherwise
    • ii.Dreaming......Inspired feeling
    • the image consciousness than for the dreaming inspired feeling. Hence
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VII
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    • lives in dreaming-sleeping. Moritz Benedikt's work. Two zones where
    • waking consciousness, dreaming and sleeping: and we showed how the
    • thinking-cognition; dreaming in feeling; and sleeping in willing.
    • half-sleeping, half dreaming; we might even call it a
    • dreaming-sleeping, a sleeping-dreaming. For we do not only sleep in
    • the sensations are to be found we are only dreaming in sleep, or
    • wake in the morning. You see, the concepts of sleeping and dreaming
    • dreaming in its sleep. Thus you are not only fully awake in
    • also dreaming. On the surface man is asleep and dreaming, and again
    • towards the inner part of his body he is asleep and dreaming.
    • part of our body in a dreaming sleep.
    • inner sphere we are dreaming in sleep, and sleeping in dreams. We are
    • waking, sleeping and dreaming. You learn something, you take it in and
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VIII
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    • waking, sleeping and dreaming. The soul in man is grasped by means of
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IX
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    • dreaming and sleeping; and that all the different manifestations of
    • human life can be characterised as fully awake, dreaming or sleeping
    • human soul, to where the soul is dreaming. The conclusion should not
    • sink into the dreaming soul; only the judgment can do this. Thus every
    • judgment that we form about the world sinks down into the dreaming
    • Now what does this really mean? What is this dreaming soul? It is more
    • dreaming soul works upon it a little; it produces what lies in its
    • habits of judgment in the semi-conscious, in the dreaming life. And
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XI
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    • childhood Soul and Spirit are dreaming and sleeping outside child,
    • years the child's soul is dreaming in the head; while his spirit in
    • developed body, a dreaming soul — truly a dreaming soul —
    • his sleeping spirit and dreaming soul, is outside his head; he is with
    • being. Because of this, love goes forth from the dreaming soul towards
    • spirit is still dreaming and outside of itself. When we observe a
    • human being enters the world with a sleeping spirit and a dreaming

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