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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Contents
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    • Man's relation to his environment during sleep. Great cultures
    • during sleep. Man's senses in particular have changed
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture I: The Human Soul in Relation to World Evolution
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    • perception and, without falling asleep or arousing will
    • everything in the state of sleep. As regards the will we are
    • asleep even when awake. Our will as such escapes our
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture III: The True Nature of Memory - 2
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    • to the alternating states of waking and sleeping and we know
    • and sleeping. Human nature itself can be divided
    • state between waking and sleeping. Anyone who has a sense
    • which we sleep through. The only aspect that is clear in a will
    • falling asleep and waking. So we can say that while we are
    • dreaming and sleeping.
    • what is given us, on the one hand, as sleeping, dreaming and
    • Let us consider sleeping man, on the one hand, and, on the
    • feature of sleeping man is that the very factor that makes us
    • between falling asleep and waking up, is outside of what is
    • before falling asleep, we cannot really say that the pictures
    • air when we sleep; when we are awake then the movements of the
    • when we are asleep — that is, even when the eternal part of
    • is not affected by whether we are awake or asleep. When we
    • sleep the wave movements of the breath go through the organism;
    • asleep they do not.
    • sleeping body. However, for the chest man, that is to some
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IV: The Human Soul in Relation to Moon and Stars
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    • asleep when one mentions thoughts that have no concern for
    • ordinary life we sleep. We are then where, in order to
    • our physical and etheric bodies. We do this from falling asleep
    • falling asleep, we are out there among the physical
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IX: The Contrasting World-Conceptions of East and West
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    • sleeping is, to begin with, through our senses. We perceive
    • that of sleep. While we sleep we are, with our soul being and
    • question arises: What is our relationship, in our sleeping
    • Between waking and sleeping he felt that thoughts were granted
    • his sleep life was different from that of modern man. During
    • sleep our soul and our `I' abandon the body mainly in the
    • penetrated by man's `I' and soul being during sleep. I have
    • wrong if I drew sleeping man in such a way that I had the
    • speaking, it is only in regard to this region that man in sleep
    • situation was different. During man's sleep the organs of his
    • man's `I' and soul being. During his sleep, divine spiritual
    • sleep Gods had been active in his head. Thus, ancient
    • during his sleep, with the consequence that he felt his
    • during his sleep by pursuing their own activity in his
    • earthly affairs. Through their activity during man's sleep they
    • organism when he woke from sleep.
    • in his head during sleep. This activity no longer furthered
    • could absorb what he had experienced in sleep. This was a real
    • during sleep the head was the earthly scene of activity
    • They formed his thoughts and during sleep they developed a
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