Anthroposophical Guidelines - 3
- 3. Some people think that all insights end at the boundaries of sense perception. If they were attentive to how they become conscious of these boundaries, they would also find in this very consciousness the capacity to transcend these boundaries. A fish swims to the boundaries of water; it must go back because it lacks the physical organs to live out of water. Man arrives at the boundaries of sense perception; he can realize that on the way there sufficient strength of soul has been acquired to live in the elements which are not limited by sense perception.