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  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture I: Cosmic Forces in Man
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    • Modern thought studies everything in the universe beyond the Earth in
    • but of divine Beings outside, in space and beyond space —
    • animal kingdoms. In our age, people speak of what is beyond the Earth
    • of man's being belong to the universe beyond the Earth and if he loses
    • the universe beyond the Earth, and this universe is considered to be
    • — of the eternal being of man. We speak of eternity beyond
    • death but not of the eternity stretching beyond birth,
    • knowledge of man's relationship to the universe beyond the Earth. It
    • realms beyond. On the other hand, through the essentially thriving
    • universe beyond the Earth. He must find what lies beyond the
    • the Universe beyond the Earth, therefore he can know nothing of
    • himself if he sees only what is earthly and thinks that what is beyond
    • connection with the universe beyond the Earth and incorporates its
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture II: The Soul Life of Man ...
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    • may be called the inner essence of things, for that lies beyond the
    • beyond the realm of sense-perception. He dreams of molecules, of
    • his consciousness is extinguished when he passes beyond the world of
    • world of sense. When we fall asleep, we pass beyond the world of
    • ideas extending beyond the merely utilitarian, who has no desire to
    • is necessary to go beyond what is earthly in order to understand man
    • as a spatial being, so it is necessary to go beyond life between birth
    • to that living principle in man which must continue beyond all epochs

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