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  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture I: Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul
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    • not arise simply because someone may feel it to be a good idea.
    • viewpoint. It is just because natural science has to keep to
    • enlightened because they read the supplement of their local
    • was not possible because the substance the chemist took was
    • perfectly acceptable because it belongs to the province
    • of spirit, because this
    • because he first experiences one event in the sense world, then
    • pictures surge to and fro. Because they appear, so far as
    • we know from the sense world, because as far as the sense world
    • intolerant because one realizes that only one view is possible
    • know that lungs and air belong together. But because in this
    • outside. Because this kind of observation suffices, no one
    • and it ranks higher because in these higher spheres beings are
    • powerful because they bring about the harmony existing between
    • Because natural science has to keep to its own course,
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture II: The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
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    • is to be found within our ordinary consciousness. But because,
    • that is because some of the things that are said in this
    • fond of the word clairvoyance because it is mixed up with all
    • because an experience which one has had cannot be recalled; one
    • way of knowledge of the science of spirit, because in spiritual
    • unique, and because one always has to be surprised how
    • because of a particularly sensitive functioning of his ears
    • leaves the body. But because he lacks the necessary organs to
    • back upon waking, because upon
    • hundred or a thousand different ways, because the
    • nature only provides the cause of their appearance, the bodily
    • constitution is the cause of everything in the way of
    • body, is broken because of temporary or permanent illnesses in
    • being mediated by the soul because a particular organ of the
    • cite an instance, which I have mentioned before, because it is
    • discussing this case because I wish to take a stand on
    • interpret it in the light of the message, because the
    • because Sir Oliver Lodge has
    • because the science of spirit sets out to lead the human
    • that must be observed. Because the science of spirit keeps its
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  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture III: The Science of the Spirit and Modern Questions
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    • to these questions which modern life has caused to become
    • necessary, because it is quite clear to an
    • amateurish and superficial. But precisely because the
    • about the world and its own existence. And because we see this
    • and because in our civilized life anthropology has produced
    • done today, because at the same time they always saw spirit in
    • because of this we have a strong self-consciousness which
    • he wakes up. He is normally unconscious at this time, because
    • because he no longer has any desire for the body. Only after he
    • which we are related because we lived in it before our birth or
    • it because it had begun to be said that for many typical
    • similar outlooks, which can only destroy, because they arise
    • out of abstraction, because they kill the spirit, because only
    • Because of this there has been no intention in the
    • because the feeling for the living spirit has been lost. If we
    • today and which have caused such social upheavals in the east,
    • shall seek the spirit, because if we wish to be true men, we

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