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  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture I
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    • accomplish the alternation between waking and sleeping in the way
    • underlies sleeping and waking, this the child cannot yet do. The child
    • sleeping and waking, but he is not able to carry into the spiritual
    • of sleeping and waking. Needless to say, my dear friends, in our
    • the breathing, or of direct training of sleeping and waking. All this
    • the rhythm between sleeping and waking — what is it that happens?
    • between waking and sleeping in the same way in the spiritual world as
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IV
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    • (the sleeping quarters were only a few paces away). Of course we must
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VI
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    • — knowing in images: Dreaming — inspired feeling: Sleeping
    • awake. We are always carrying about with us a sleeping human being
    • between waking and sleeping. You know the feelings in your soul just
    • sleeping man in that you will: you are also a
    • dreaming condition in feeling, and the sleeping condition in willing.
    • because all sleeping has a tendency to change into waking — this
    • perhaps very strong, only it is at present overpowered by the sleeping
    • conditions of consciousness, with waking, dreaming, and sleeping, that
    • And what happens in willing you can only experience in a sleeping
    • comprises: complete waking, dreaming-waking, sleeping-waking —
    • (a sleeping consciousness in fact), is unconscious intuitions. A human
    • sleeping will.
    • iii.Sleeping......Intuitive or “intuited” willing
    • could only walk in a sleeping condition. Because your head is placed
    • thinking-cognition. It must be withdrawn from the sleeping-willing;
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VII
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    • lives in dreaming-sleeping. Moritz Benedikt's work. Two zones where
    • sleeping, memory is waking.
    • 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
    • sleeping in dreams. The psychologists have no notion that what
    • wake in the morning. You see, the concepts of sleeping and dreaming
    • ordinary life. All we know about sleeping in ordinary life is that
    • sleeping extends much further, and that we are always sleeping on the
    • surface of the body, although this sleeping is constantly being
    • point of view, by applying the facts of waking and sleeping to man
    • which bring about sleeping, which bring about feeling-willing,
    • 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
    • sleeping, if you look at your own experience or another's on falling
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VIII
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    • remembering, if we connect it with sleeping and waking, which are more
    • You may say that sleeping and waking are actually even more obscure
    • of sleeping and waking are playing into the waking life. How does
    • force of the sleeping will. But the will is indeed “asleep.”
    • impossible to demand that this sleeping part, the sleeping will,
    • and sleeping when we meet another man. We owe this alternation to the
    • sleeping, not in a waking will and then quickly carries over this
    • metamorphosis of a sleeping process of the will. Thus this sense
    • senses because the will in them is really sleeping will, the true
    • sleeping will, in whose manifestations there vibrates also a cognitive
    • sleeping.
    • waking, sleeping and dreaming. The soul in man is grasped by means of
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture IX
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    • Concepts enter sleeping soul and affect body. Concepts of child form
    • dreaming and sleeping; and that all the different manifestations of
    • human life can be characterised as fully awake, dreaming or sleeping
    • sleeping soul. The concept makes its way right down into the sleeping
    • habitual gestures. But the sleeping soul works right into the very
    • results of judgments in men, you are working right into the sleeping
    • among other things — that the sleeping soul has wrought. Here we
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XI
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    • childhood Soul and Spirit are dreaming and sleeping outside child,
    • sleeping. Limbs awake but unformed. Teacher can only educate part of
    • his sleeping spirit and dreaming soul, is outside his head; he is with
    • human being enters the world with a sleeping spirit and a dreaming
    • his will, for we can only approach his sleeping head spirit by working
    • will to the sleeping spirit of the child. Later on, when we have
    • managed to approach the child's will, we can work upon his sleeping
    • the vocal organs through these first words will penetrate the sleeping
    • sleeping spirit of the head. Another mediator is needed here. We human
    • within it. And as we give the child milk it works upon the sleeping
    • spirit has the task of awakening the sleeping spirit of the child.
    • inner need to awaken the sleeping human spirit. As in human beings and
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIII
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    • Eurythmy the more we shall bring harmony into the need for sleeping



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