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    • falling asleep and awaking and the path pursued by man between death
  • Title: Life Between ... I: Investigations Into Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • fall into such a sleeping consciousness because then he would not
  • Title: Life Between ... II: Investigations Into Life Between Death and Rebirth 2
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    • necessary spiritual sleep-like condition following the consciousness
    • that prevailed until then. This spiritual sleep is connected with
    • during cosmic existence in a condition of universal sleep and before
    • place during the period of cosmic, universal sleep. In the diagram
    • karma. We forget all too easily after the cosmic sleep described,
    • strengthened through sleep in earthly life and endowed with new
    • forces, so as a result of the described cosmic sleep are we equipped
    • another, or the condition of sleep might set in more quickly, as you
    • operates so that the cosmic sleep shortens the period that we spend in
    • condition of unconsciousness, of sleep. Hence he will travel quickly
    • about a more rapid condition of sleep between death and rebirth. It
    • cosmic sleep. Yet this objection is not valid. It is not so because
  • Title: Life Between ... III: Mans Journey Through the Planetary Spheres
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    • the sleeping state — from the time of going to sleep in the
    • exists when he goes to sleep, and loses consciousness. If he had any
    • sleep everything he experiences perishes and must come into being
    • is convinced that his existence continues during sleep. All the same,
    • During sleep we have no mental pictures, ideas, desires, impulses,
    • that sleep is prevented, it stands to reason that consciousness is
    • present. Anyone who can distinguish between sleeping and waking can
    • man's soul again every morning when he wakes from sleep. Ideas,
  • Title: Life Between ... IV: Recent Results of Occult Investigation Into Life
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    • might characterize it thus. Beyond Saturn a spiritual sleep begins,
    • experiences. Just as in sleep we do away with tiredness and gather
    • it as the Word. Then we fall asleep and it penetrates us. During this
    • during the period of cosmic sleep.
    • condition of sleep the Mercury sphere was able to bestow much upon
    • condition of sleep and then change can occur. The forces now enter
    • human being at rest. When man sleeps, the etheric body is most
  • Title: Life Between ... V: Life Between Death and Rebirth 1
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    • into a kind of cosmic twilight. We cannot call it cosmic sleep, but a
    • sleeping person cannot possibly adopt.) If, having studied every
    • greatest possible activity of the etheric body in sleep, then he
  • Title: Life Between ... VI: Life Between Death and Rebirth 2
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    • but soon after death, following a brief embryonic period of sleep, he
    • pass the more quickly through the spiritual world the more asleep we
  • Title: Life Between ... VIII: Between Death and a New Birth
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    • Man is mostly enveloped in a kind of dreaming-sleeping condition.
    • events they experience are in fact asleep to life, and those who
    • humanity will experience an awakening from a sleep of life. Many
    • go to sleep, for in sleep we enter unconsciously the same realm we
    • these things? A sleeping man, of course, does live. He is somewhat
    • Yet plants do not have a soul element. The sleeping human organism is
    • When man sleeps, where is his sun? What lies in the bed we also
    • ego. There the ego has to work on the sleeping organism as the sun
    • to alternate between sleeping and waking like the plants. If there
    • were only the solar influence we would never be able to sleep during
    • the day. We would sleep only at night. But our whole cultural life
    • sleep we are not dependent in the spiritual world on the cosmic solar
    • Spiritual science gives us the following picture of the sleeping man.
    • plant during sleep. Above him shines the moon, his own astral body.
    • sleep is much less active during waking life. The vegetative
    • Many attempts are being made to explain the nature of sleep. Sleep is
    • dispel tiredness. But sleep is not really a condition of exhaustion.
    • The small child, for instance, sleeps more than anyone. Sleep is a
    • asleep and waking up. Similarly, as we see nature wither in winter,
    • inasmuch as he sleeps, is on the decline. The bodily nature has been
  • Title: Life Between ... X: Anthroposophy as the Quickener of Feeling and of Life
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    • later. If one beholds the life of sleep with super-sensible cognition,
    • during sleep has a blooming, flourishing appearance. A slow withering
    • is but the final occurrence in this dying process. Sleep is there in
    • impression from what the seer beholds when he observes the sleeping
    • physical and etheric bodies. The physical and etheric bodies in sleep
  • Title: Life Between ... XIV: Further Facts About Life Between Death and Rebirth
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    • them into sleep. The more thoughts about the spiritual world we carry
    • with us into sleep, the greater the service we perform for those we
    • thoughts in sleep is the substance by means of which, in a certain
    • carries spiritual thoughts with him in sleep is famished and may be
    • going to sleep and its after-effects accompanied one. Today it is
    • more likely than not that a person falls asleep after a meal or some
  • Title: Life Between ... XV: Intercourse With the Dead
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    • As here we live rhythmically between waking and sleeping, so in the



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