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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • consciousness in such a way that the mental representation
    • in consciousness “I ask for the sugar.” Then this
    • consciousness, sets the speech muscles into motion, and once
    • again reflected in consciousness, whereby one receives the
    • consciousness of the other person something like “I give
    • consciousness of the two persons, it occurs automatically. But
    • consciousness. But when the spiritual scientific researcher
    • raises his consciousness to what he calls imaginative thinking,
    • conscious within the spirit in a higher, and above all, in a
    • sought refuge in the so-called subconscious. The chief
    • Eduard von Hartmann. Now the assumption of a subconscious in
    • which Eduard von Hartmann speaks of the subconscious, it is
    • consciousness dives down into the subconscious and then what
    • occurs in the subconscious arises again in consciousness. But
    • about the subconscious, only one must speak about it in two
    • different ways: one must speak about the subconscious and about
    • the superconscious. In sense-perception something which in
    • itself is unconscious becomes conscious, in as much as it is
    • case the unconscious penetrates up into the consciousness. In
    • the inner play of mental representations, a subconscious
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  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • to consciousness. And one then comes to a way of looking at
    • melodies, that melodies arise in our consciousness; and the
    • Consciousness based in sense perception ... together
    • through a free, conscious deed of one's own — the
    • consciousness) into the world of the senses ... The fundamental
    • other. This occurs in most cases unconsciously. It becomes
    • conscious when the human being ascends to imaginative
    • penetrates the imagination in the fully conscious way. And it
    • which can fully rise into the consciousness of the individual
    • that which is consciously experienced by the soul, but rather
    • can dive down with consciousness into the subconscious. And in
    • sees an effect of that which surges in the subconscious. But it
    • in the subconscious. When one hears what he enumerates in this
    • subconscious it is, to begin with, disappointed life
    • need not have its origin in the current consciousness of the
    • subconscious something is left over. For example, he or she has
    • his conscious life of soul, but they live on in his
    • subconsciousness. There these disappointments surge up, in a
    • sense, to the boundary of consciousness. And there they then
    • down into the subconsciousness, what determines conscious life
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