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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Contents
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    • strengthening of will. Human beings in the grip of dreaming and
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Further Reading
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    • the transformation of dream-life and the meeting with the
    • discussion of dreams, sleep, death, life between death and
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • of this kind symbolically in a dream. Someone dreams he
    • experiences this or that. He dreams, for instance, that he is
    • “That was a symbolic dream; something has taken place in
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • aka: Science, Dreaming of Soul and the Intoxication
    • dreams about his I, it sometimes even strikes him as
    • the physicists dream of today will come true. At present they
    • only dream of it, but it will then be true. People will no
    • only dream it into people!” People who then see only the
    • their full freshness, “Oh, you dreamers! Do you really
    • know that you are only dreaming inside yourself that nature has
    • are when you are on a different plane when dreaming. You dream
    • what it presents to him. He only dreams of nature. The moment
    • fifth post-Atlantean epoch people only dream of nature. Human
    • his dream, and says, “What is out there is no mere dream;
    • draws its own conclusions, what will it arrive at? Dreaming
    • feels like a somnambulist. He is dreaming and if someone shouts
    • dreaming. Just when he thinks he is most awake in
    • relation to external nature he is dreaming most of all.
    • dreaming now were to be absolutely honest, we would hear him
    • ought to say if he were to be quite consistent. He would dream
    • dreaming of the external physical world, they cannot arrive at
    • dreamt about, then we see some people doing one good
    • people dreaming about the outer world. They would wake up the
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