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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
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    • appears in our inner life, we may call it emotions of the heart. The
    • second component of our soul-organism, this life of emotions. Thus we
    • emotion.
    • the emotions, the impulse of will.
    • emotions, and our will impulses. If we reflect somewhat about our
    • interest. Here our emotions become aroused, and the life of the
    • emotions is something that hinders us from falling asleep. When
    • words, whereas concepts unaccompanied by emotions weary us, so that
    • life of emotions in us has a different relationship to our
    • emotions.
    • It is the emotions that
    • that emotions are back of what emerges in dreams. Perhaps, we still
    • there must still be some sort of emotion in us which is connected
    • emotions. Accordingly, we must draw a certain conclusion
    • they do not accompany us into sleep. When emotions keep us from
    • the emotions which bring us the dream concepts. This is due to the
    • fact that the emotions are far more intimately connected with man's
    • real being than is the life of thought. The emotions we carry over
    • concepts, the emotions are something that accompanies us into sleep,
    • emotion.
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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
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    • emotions, and the realm of will impulses — it should be
    • emotions. What affects the emotions in a favorable way?
    • emotions.
    • Now, the emotions, like
    • will impulses; and, when we influence our emotional life in an
    • We nurture our emotions in a favorable way when we place ourselves
    • hinder the development of the emotions and also the will, and have
    • of conceptions, on the other. The emotions, the feelings of the
    • emotions through serenity and acceptance of our karma so that they
    • only with spiritual knowledge. But apathy deadens the emotions and
    • another. Unhealthy emotions can also bring about obstinacy.
    • in every instance we have improved our emotions and strengthened our
    • nurturing of our emotions depend upon our struggling in every
    • For a sound emotional life,
    • of what is afforded by the press for the cultivation of the emotional
    • characteristics which are injurious to the emotional life, of
    • emotions, a laxity in the inner soul life, and the person will no

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