Samuel Sagan

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Name ISRCs Rating Length
3.11.9 In astrological symbolism, which planetary force is traditionally associated with the uterus? 1:05
3.11.9 Suicide and violent deaths 2:53
3.11.10 Earth bound spirits 1:41
3.11.10 Which planetary force is the most directly associated with the etheric body? 1:16
3.11.11 What obvious analogy is there between the Moon cycle and the menstrual cycle? 0:19
3.11.12 What elements point to an involvement of the Ego in the menstrual cycle? 0:37
3.11.13 In terms of subtle bodies, what is the significant of the 0.5° temperature rise in the days following ovulation? 1:37
3.11.14 In terms of subtle bodies, why do cramps often accompany menstruation? 0:39
3.11.15 Why is it not uncommon for women to feel emotional around the time of menstruation? 1:05
3.11.16 Why can anti-psychotic drugs cause amenorrhea? 0:50
3.11.17 Why is it logical that menstruation should start with puberty? 0:15
3.11.18 In terms of the incarnation balance, what is the meaning of anorexia nervosa? 0:41
3.11.19 In terms of planetary forces, which remedies would you think of for a young woman going through a phase of anorexia nervosa? 0:30
3.11.20 Anorexia nervosa, mother and Moon 0:57
3.11.21 Synchronised menstruation 0:33
3.11.22 In his clairvoyant descriptions of the remote past of humanity, Steiner mentioned several times that all women used to menstruate in perfect synchronicity with the Moon cycle. How can we interpret the fact that this no longer happens? 2:06
3.12 The Etheric-Astral Articulation 0:39
3.12.1 Explanation of the term 3:09
3.12.1 Metabolism, anabolism and catabolism 1:33
3.12.2 Intermediary worlds 3:39
3.12.2 Losing weight in the light of subtle bodies 1:19
3.12.3 Amphetamines 2:13
3.12.3 Spiritual realms 8:03
3.12.4 In the physical body, which cells are more related to the etheric, which to astral? 1:47
3.12.4 Variations in the journey to the Archetype 5:42
3.12.5 Choice and practicalities of the descent 7:57
3.12.5 The nature of the mind is to grasp 4:02
3.12.6 What do thoughts and cramps have in common? 0:19
3.12.7 Etheric versus etheric 0:54
3.12.8 Thinking processes 0:42
3.12.9 Anthroposophical views on health and illness 2:47
3.13.1 Of inhalation and exhalation, which is more related to the etheric, and which to the astral? 2:12
3.13.1 Preparing for death vs becoming resigned 8:23
3.13.2 In terms of subtle bodies, what is the meaning of instinctively taking a deep breath before undertaking an act that requires courage? 0:31
3.13.2 Knowledge and attitude 2:42
3.13.3 Aspiration 11:17
3.13.3 What is the meaning of a sigh? 1:20
3.13.4 Respiratory cycle - symbolic correspondences 5:23
3.13.4 Spiritual practices 15:49
3.13.5 From the breath cycle to the precession of the equinoxes 2:05
3.13.5 Practicalities and resolving unfinished business 10:11
3.13.6 Spiritual implications for breathing exercises 3:27
3.13.6 The moment of crossing 4:41
3.13.7 The time between exhalation and inhalation 2:49
3.14 The Incarnation Balance 1:05
3.14.1 Acceptance and resolving unfinished business 5:53
3.14.1 Is it pathological to have one's astral body over- or under-incarnated? Should it treated? 4:00
3.14.2 If none of the symptoms is absolute, what can ultimately determine whether someone's astral body is over- or under-incarnated? 0:54
3.14.2 Readings 2:45
3.14.3 Human beings' main problem seems to be their lack of awareness and lack of presence. In other words, they are not fully incarnated on Earth. Therefore, how can anyone be too incarnated? 0:50
3.14.3 Resolving unfinished business 6:40
3.14.4 Since the astral body's reactions are the main obstacle to Ego enlightenment, shouldn't we try to erase the astral body altogether? How could insufficient incarnation of the astral body be a problem? 1:36
3.14.4 Vision techniques - the rising cosmic self 13:39
3.14.5 Since the astral body's incarnation favours catabolism, does it mean that people who are over-incarnated tend to be thin? 1:19
3.14.5 Speaking about death to children 2:44
3.14.6 How is stress related to over-incarnation of the astral? 0:30
3.14.7 Sedatives and tranquilisers can lower blood pressure. In terms of subtle bodies,why? 0:37
3.14.8 In terms of subtle bodies, why are modern people far more stressed than their ancestors? 0:24
3.14.9 In modern life, which factors favour a greater incarnation of the astral? 1:20
3.14.10 Is irritability a sign of insufficient or over-incarnation of the astral body? 0:31
3.14.11 In a 'nervous breakdown' with no energy, a feeling of weakness and loss of pep, is the astral body insufficiently or over-incarnated? 0:23
3.14.12 In terms of subtle bodies, how can stress create a nervous breakdown? 0:27
3.14.13 How can amenorrhea be related to a problem of incarnation of the astral body? 0:33
3.14.14 Premenstrual tension 0:32
3.14.15 In terms of subtle bodies, how can we interpret the fact that today's women start menstruating about 5 years earlier than they did 100 years ago? 0:42
3.14.16 In terms of the incarnation balance, what is the meaning of not wanting to go out, but feeling like quietly staying home? 0:48
3.14.17 When people show a lack of precision in their statements and their actions, what can you conclude about their subtle bodies? 0:48
3.14.18 Why do some women stop menstruating during a long journey? 0:30
3.14.19 What happens to the subtle bodies of westerners travelling in India? 1:46
3.15.1 Blurry vision and lesser incarnation of the astral 1:29
3.15.1 Managing grief 7:28
3.15.2 In terms of subtle bodies, why this association between third eye vision and a blurry physical image? 1:25
3.15.2 Mourning - energetic management 1:53
3.15.3 Practical recommendations 3:42
3.15.3 What Advice Can One Give to People Who Experience a Third Eye Opening and Worry Because Their Physical Vision Becomes Blurry at Times? 1:53
3.15.4 Funerals 0:46
3.15.4 Why did Italian Renaissance women sometimes end up with the wrong lover, and what has this question to do with subtle bodies? 1:19
3.15.5 Fragments 13:36
3.15.5 If shortsightedness is associated with insufficient impaction of the astral body, can one get rid of glasses by acting on the subtle bodies? 1:30
3.15.6 Helping the dead during the phase of afterlife wandering 8:21
3.15.6 Trāṭaka 2:56
3.15.7 In the months following the death of a close relative, a child suddenly requires glasses for severe shortsightedness. What does this call for? 1:03
3.15.7 The practice of reading the Book of the Dead 9:50
3.15.8 In terms of subtle bodies, how can one interpret the fact that shortsightedness often gets better as people grow older? 0:49
3.15.8 Purposes of the technique 4:51
3.15.9 If the astral body of Atlantean people was much less incarnated than ours, what can we infer about their physical vision? 1:07
3.15.9 Who should and who should not practise the technique of reading the Book of the Dead? 3:17
3.15.10 In the title of Wagner's Tetralogy, Der Ring des Nibelungen, to what does 'Nibelung' refer? 2:03
3.15.10 Reading the Book of the Dead - practical instructions 6:04
3.15.11 The mediation technique 1:56
3.15.12 Conclusion 4:09
3.16 Food and the Incarnation Balance 0:59
3.16.1 At the end of your first ISIS sessions, it is not uncommon to feel slightly dizzy for a few minutes. In terms of subtle bodies, what is happening? 0:54
3.16.2 Usually, after a few ISIS sessions, clients no longer experience this dizziness. Why? 0:29
3.16.3 You have just given a deep ISIS to a client, who now feels quite spaced out. The client has to drive home soon. What do you do? 0:51
3.16.4 Through which mechanism does eating incarnate the astral body into the physical? 0:29
3.16.5 Just after a meal, it is often more difficult to do high flying abstract thinking. In terms of subtle bodies, why? 0:15
3.16.6 Why is it preferable to meditate before eating rather than after? 0:21
3.16.7 Why is deep thinking more difficult after eating heavy junk food than after a plate of grated carrots? 0:12
3.16.8 Why is it more work for the astral body to digest meat than vegetables? 1:12

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