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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
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    • plane, persists from our waking till our falling asleep, and
    • disappears the moment we fall asleep. No one will suppose that, when
    • — which occupies us fully from our waking till our falling
    • unless he merely drowses along, are no hindrance to his falling
    • particularly vigorous concepts before falling asleep — for
    • thinking really intensely, we most easily fall asleep; and so if we
    • mathematical book, for instance. This will help us to fall asleep;
    • emotions is something that hinders us from falling asleep. When
    • that we turn and toss in bed and are unable to fall asleep. In other
    • we easily fall asleep, precisely that which strongly affects our
    • feelings prevents us from falling asleep. It is impossible then to
    • who pay attention to the moment of falling asleep in a rather subtle
    • associated with falling asleep. Then comes a moment when a
    • impulses present themselves to the soul before the person falls
    • element. Finally there comes a jerk, and he falls asleep. One does
    • something extremely important. Our will impulses work before we fall
    • the moment of falling asleep feels in this moment that, if he cannot
  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
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    • self, when we say: "Everything that befalls us comes from ourselves.
    • when thinking falls asleep. And the will slips into the pictures that
    • remedy for everything. And just think what a misfortune has befallen



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