All the essences see each other and interpenetrate each other in the most intimate depth of their nature.
They interpenetrate and a change in one affects all the others.
Whatever be its solution, all the individual phases mutually extend and interpenetrate one another.
Present-day man possesses four bodies of increasing fineness, the elements of which interpenetrate.
They interpenetrate, interlace, correspond with and embrace each other.
When our glances encounter each other, our souls rush forth in them, and seem to join and interpenetrate each other.
Yet their world and the world of man intermingle, interpenetrate, and "throw their shadows upon each other," says Paracelsus.
They interpenetrate, and neither can be adequately dealt with apart from the considerations appropriate to the other.
All was so still that sleep seemed to interpenetrate the structure, causing the very moonlight to look discordantly awake.
You cannot in the actual man cut soul and body asunder; they interpenetrate in every member.