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  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 1: On the Functions of the Nervous System
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    • their dreams about the human organism! They would realize it
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 2: Concerning the World of the Dead
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    • dreams. Therefore it was possible recently to say here in
    • dreaming. The dream life extends itself over into our waking
    • life. We are really continuously in a dream state from the
    • dreams are remembered or enter our consciousness that are
    • most strongly connected with our physical existence; dreaming
    • dreamlessly. But this dreaming and dreamless sleep life goes
    • occurs when the images of the dream life run their course
    • consciousness, but dreams it through, goes through
    • it in a dream. History is what may be termed a cosmic dream
    • live actually in feeling and emotional impulses. He dreams,
    • insofar as it has been dreamt and slept through. What the
    • into the life of our will impulses. And only because we dream
    • of a dream world, a world which can only be dreamed, which
    • dream. But the distinction becomes clearer if we hold the
    • will, which we sleep and dream away. They are always there;
    • destiny itself. How dream-like this earthly destiny is for
    • ourselves do without our consciousness, by dreaming
    • are this. We dream and sleep through all we do toward the
    • — a region which we dream and sleep away. At the same
    • are not separated from them) only because we dream
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  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 3: Our Life with the Dead
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    • feelings only as we live through a dream; the life of
    • dream enters the ordinary waking consciousness and,
    • mere dreamers of life. Things occur in the depths of
    • the real processes of the life of our will. Man dreams away
    • emphasized further, that in this realm, which we dream and
    • between people. All this really has the value of a dream, of
    • impulses of dream and sleep.
    • only be understood when that which is dreamed and slept away
    • the community — except that they dream and sleep away
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 4: The Rhythmical Relationship of Man with the Universe
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    • dreams through everything contained as living reality in his
    • dream away, and the impulses of the will that we sleep away,
    • into the dreaming and sleeping worlds of feeling and of will.
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 5: The Members of Man's Being and the Periods of His Life
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    • and of his thoughts; but he dreams away the real contents of
    • life of the will. Dream and sleep stretch into the world of
    • feeling life is hardly more than a dream, and the real
    • as a dreamless sleep. Through our feelings, through the
    • and moral processes within that world we dream away and sleep
    • away. Dream and sleep impulses, which we have in common with
    • historical evolution, impulses which are dreamed by human
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 6: New Spiritual Impulses in History
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    • were, no results, then we must dream in a cosmic sense, if I
    • only dream egoistically. When we dream at night, our dreams
    • are connected with the organism; in our dreams we are not
    • otherwise in dreams, we experience in the form of
    • dream as human beings, but as beings belonging to the
    • Hierarchy of the Angeloi, we could dream of them. In fact, if
    • I may use ttii.s expression, the Angeloi dream of the beings



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