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  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Contents
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    • receives in the night take the form of poetry in the day consciousness.
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture II
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    • the sun. Beings who live always in the sun do not have day and night.
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture III
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    • here of the activity of the astral body during the night, of how the
    • astral body at night works at upbuilding the physical and etheric bodies
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture IX
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    • lights up. This condition of daily waking in consciousness, nightly
    • what was the night condition? When the human being passed out of the
    • physical and etheric bodies during the night, no absolute unconsciousness
    • of hazy, nebulous outlines, in the night he lived among spiritual beings
    • There was thus no sharp division between day and night, and what is
    • when men left their bodies in the night, they lived among the spiritual
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture X
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    • by night, from going to sleep to waking up, the man of the present evolutionary
    • blood system. Thus during the night the astral body has deserted that
    • desert in the night your nervous and blood systems and relinquish them
    • as your ego now descend into your organism. Every night the human organism
    • sustainers of what man callously deserts in the night.
    • man to leave his bodies every night. I have already said that the astral
    • body and the ego are perpetually active in the night. They rid the physical
    • during the night his astral body and ego have removed the fatigue which
    • were given him by the impressions of daily life. This all-night activity
    • of other, higher beings. So the human being is taken every night into
    • in the right way in the night.
    • his physical body. All this hardens, as it were, in the night, and then
    • higher worlds must take possession of the physical body in the night
    • beings who descend into man at night become detached. Here we have again
    • it is expressed in the night in the astral body. The astral body gets
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture XI
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    • receives in the night take the form of poetry in the day consciousness.
    • united with the physical and etheric bodies. In the night man's
    • even during the night.
    • is able — if man is sensitive in the night for the reception of
    • at night in the spiritual world and brings with it when it slips again
    • or mind soul takes flight into the astral world every night, something
    • Now when this intellectual or mind soul dips every night into the harmonies
    • of its inner nature — then the following occurs. In the night
    • lives during the night in these sounds of the spheres and they are enkindled
    • the perceptions of the night consciousness struggle through during the
    • day condition to what whirs through it the whole night. To be unmusical
    • as their lowest member. With these beings man lives in the night; he
    • soul perceive when it is immersed in the spiritual world at night
    • shadow image of what the consciousness soul experiences in the night
    • worlds at night. The sublimest sphere sounds may resound, the loftiest



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