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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • and live within the encompassing realm of soul phenomena and do
    • lived in Goethe's soul as mental representation.
    • say: This or that out there corresponds to that which lives in
    • flows in through the fact that she herself enlivens what at
    • enliven that which out of the flow of outer events continues to
    • penetration, indeed an enlivening of that which, as something
    • the soul lives, yet in which, fundamentally, our own body does
    • not live directly. At some future time, one will approach the
    • such a way that they are enlivened through the activity of soul
    • in our nervous system, which lives in its structures, its
    • of the nature of soul. But in this soul element there lives at
    • spirit with the greater part of its being. The soul lives in
    • across with her through which she lives with the spirit. She is
    • inwardly most alive, as I have characterized it, just there
    • will, she lives in freedom.
    • enlivened in the manner which I characterized today. In this
  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • bodily life lives in outbreathing and breathing in, then one
    • the breathing process with that which lives in us as tone
    • lives? I accept the three basic forms: solid, fluid, gaseous
    • I. H. Fichte there lived within the ordinary body, consisting
    • who merely live in concepts. And it was there possible for the
    • constitutes a metabolic process lives, one can say, in the
    • fluid element. That which is breathing lives in the airy,
    • a sense live with our metabolism in the fluid, and live with
    • our breathing in the air, we live with our perceiving in the
    • imaginations. When these representations have become so alive
    • that they are, in fact, imaginations, then they live directly
    • they live only in the soul. They grasp the etheric. And then,
    • death process and enlivening arise in the breathing process,
    • and enlivened ether in our sense experience.
    • be the enlivening of the ether that is deadened in the sense
    • inwardly made alive again through the etheric body, and we
    • from sense perception, does not only live in the physical
    • spiritual content of the ideas (which lives beyond ordinary
    • impulsated, enlivened by the element of the soul.
    • lives in the metabolism, it not only lives in the external,
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