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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Human Body
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    • person is so little aware where the limits of his concepts lie,
    • such words — one can imagine such an example: two persons
    • sugar. One of the persons is more distant from the sugar bowl
    • human being, the following occurs: one of the two persons asks
    • sugar!” The second person gives the other the sugar.
    • — that something which appears to him like another person
    • person” then passes him the sugar. It is the opinion of
    • persons, a process unfolds which reflects itself as an illusion
    • vibration in the air, are transmitted to another person, whom
    • consciousness of the other person something like “I give
    • this person the sugar bowl.” Also reflected is everything
    • swing, as vibrations in the air, to the other person, and there
    • consciousness of the two persons, it occurs automatically. But
    • the example that I quoted of the two persons sitting opposite
    • These personalities concern themselves so casually about the
    • personalities; but, the ideas which they have developed are too
  • Title: Lecture: Riddles of the Soul and Riddles of the Universe
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    • point. And such a person can be compared with someone who might
    • usually conceived resembles a person who says; I now wish to
    • personality.”
    • the soul; such a one is like a person who walks across a field

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