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  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse in Historical Development - Lecture 2
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  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: Jeshu ben Pandira - Lecture 1
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    • dream life, and how this is related to the three soul elements: the
    • take into account something else: that is, our dreams. It might be
    • supposed at first that, when the variegated life of dreams works upon
    • observe that our conceptual life is not continued in our dreams. That
    • dreams, except when our concepts are associated with intense emotions.
    • It is the emotions that manifest in dream pictures. But to realise
    • an example: someone dreams that he is young again and has some
    • experience or other. Immediately the dream is transformed and
    • appear. How often it happens that one finds oneself during dreams
    • behind what emerges in dreams. Perhaps, we still cling to the friend
    • in dreams that is not connected with emotions. Accordingly, we must
    • which our waking life of day impart to us do not appear in dreams,
    • they must be present in order to be able to appear in dream pictures.
    • It is the emotions which bring us the dream concepts. This is due to
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse as Living Reality - Lecture 1
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    • happenings of a largely unconscious kind are revealed in dream life,
    • and out of this a kind of dream interpretation arose in the school of
    • reject such things. The point is that the ideas about the soul's dream
    • dreams, but wove into them the thoughts of the materialistic age,
    • thought of the dream as a symbol of sexual life, because our time is
    • morality, and in a way we can only dream of today. We cannot even



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