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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • human soul and the human body; one finds that they basically
    • of research are completed hypothetically — how, according
    • order that they can later be called up out of memory, all of
    • will. Willing is, basically, for him a subordinate aspect of
    • is basically nothing but feeling. For, indeed, it is only
    • sugar.” Then these movements, which are called forth as
    • one again assumes hypothetically, and produce vibrations,
    • consciousness of the two persons, it occurs automatically. But
    • occurs automatically outside us and what we actually
    • called “illusionism.” Now, one will ask oneself the
    • still have the so-called Pectin in their eye, a special organ
    • made up of blood vessels; why do others have the so-called
    • for instance, in calling up memories, or thinking about
    • raises his consciousness to what he calls imaginative thinking,
    • from the outer world, or as he may later recall them out of his
    • way, with everything which belongs organically with human
    • a quiet, harmonious feeling, is connected organically with
    • contemporary physiology recognizes so-called motor nerves,
    • experience knows, for instance, that what we call
    • means of the so-called motor nerve, which is, in reality, a
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  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • however one wishes to call it — as accompanying
    • soul which can both be unequivocally refuted and can just as
    • called a proof, or a refutation. For, in this sphere, as has
    • then the concepts are much too thin to call forth a genuine
    • reaches out to that which one usually calls ether. The idea of
    • in union with material processes, it calls forth material
    • which, basically, is extraordinarily interesting. The concept
    • invisible body we might also call the etheric body; an etheric
    • perceptions which correspond with the so- called lower senses,
    • achieved what I called imaginative thinking in lectures which I
    • representations filled with life, then one can call them
    • which they called Schema, and which was for them the higher,
    • the outer body in his spirit body; Lavater composes poetically
    • — indeed, actually herself to call forth — what one
    • can call: the pulling back, the withdrawing, of the etheric
    • physical body. This is what one calls a hallucination. When the
    • what one calls a hallucination. Very many people who want to
    • calling forth hallucinations, that is calling forth purely
    • the etheric. And if a compulsive action is called forth as a
    • excludes that which, in spiritual science, one calls intuition.
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