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- Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Synopses
- Meditation and consciousness — strengthening of character
- Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture II: Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling, and Willing
- that in meditation a pictorial thinking activity is brought
- into play; for by means of meditation, through these
- of consciousness after meditation and attains a certain
- meditations, the will is carried along out of the physical
- Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture III: The Imaginative, Inspirative, and Intuitive Method of Cognition
- the surrounding world change. Meditation, as meant in the
- meditation. When we concentrate on a mathematical problem we
- necessary for rightly carrying out a meditation.
- into the meditation from unconscious impulses or feelings.
- meditation enters his consciousness for the first time, nothing
- When such a meditation, which requires only a short time each
- appears in inward experience if the meditation is successful,
- meditation, those forces, those realities now experienced in
- imaginative perception through meditation must be able to be in
- meditation is to bring results in the right way one must
- not deepened his abstract thinking through meditation.
- because of or following meditation. As one has brought about
- Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
- By discarding the picture images achieved in meditation, or in
- the consciousness following meditation, he also becomes
- Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VIII: Ordinary and Higher Consciousness
- Meditation must first deal with ordinary thinking in
- When thinking is used in meditation in the manner I have
- however, as meditation is continued, a more pronounced, inner
- meditation. He lectures in such a way that he has not turned
- practice. Earnest, constant meditation and practice help you to
- lecture. When we advance through meditation to
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