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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
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    • to sleep. Thus this conceptual life, as we possess it on the physical
    • plane, persists from our waking till our falling asleep, and
    • disappears the moment we fall asleep. No one will suppose that, when
    • he is really sleeping — that is, if he is not clairvoyant during
    • sleep — his thought life can nevertheless continue just as
    • asleep, must be extinguished, and only then can we go to sleep.
    • to sleep. That this is so is best seen when we surrender ourselves to
    • particularly vigorous concepts before falling asleep — for
    • thinking really intensely, we most easily fall asleep; and so if we
    • cannot go to sleep, it is good to take up a book, or occupy ourselves
    • 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
    • if we are to enter into the state of sleep. We can thus see that the
    • of concepts continuing their existence into the state of sleep. But,
    • they do not accompany us into sleep. When emotions keep us from
    • sleeping, this proves that they do not release us, that they must be
    • even into sleep. In other words, they are a soul element that remains
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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
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    • alternates between sleeping and waking; and, while the human being is
    • us that, when we sleep, everything is reversed. Then the will is
    • these are asleep. Thus he does not observe that his will is active.
    • when thinking falls asleep. And the will slips into the pictures that
    • will. Thus the thoughts are then asleep but the will is awake.
    • during the state of sleep at night and is the cause of numerous

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