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  • Title: Twelve Moods: Cover Sheet
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    • Ruth and Hans Pusch from the German “Zwoelf
    • of Initiation, A Satire” and “Planet Dance”. The German
  • Title: Twelve Moods: Planet Dance
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    • So man, be expanding
  • Title: Twelve Moods: Introduction
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    • line at the beginning of the verse. In German the fifth and sixth
    • denote, he said later, the changing course of man's life on earth.
    • eurythmy performance of the “Twelve Moods” at the festive opening
    • laughter in heaven every time we human beings on earth do something
  • Title: Twelve Moods: The Song of Initiation
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    • Replies with smirk a quite non-wiseman,
    • A mystically undersize-man,
    • “That man knows most, who knows he naught doth know,”
    • “ Nichts zu wissen, liebte ich als dieser Mann ...
  • Title: Twelve Moods: Rudolf Steiner's Words before the Eurythmy Presentation of the,'Twelve Moods' in Dornach, August 29, 1915
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    • everything that we attempt and in everything that emanates from what
    • more accessible from a totally human aspect what is needed in order
    • to find the relationship between the human being and the spiritual
    • of this experience. Many today emphasize the form in which the
    • truth that the human being in his doing and his being can harmonize
    • Dornach, 1965. Both the German and English texts of this poem are included
    • corresponding with the meaning. As an earthly human being —
    • wandering about aimlessly, as man does, with the beings who were cast
    • relationships of a spiritual world that manifest in the human being
    • human laws from the constellations of stars but rather to find human
    • all. Here, where in certain descriptions of the human being analogies
    • use this picture for now; many pictures could be used — there
    • possible to have the opinion that the human being could be dumb and
    • need not speak. And if all human beings in this world were dumb and
    • humanity can be achieved only if a person engages himself in really
    • drawing forth all the possibilities inherent in human
    • German word which, when used in connection with eurythmy, refers to
    • [To accompany performance of the “Twelve Moods,”
    • to expression just as lawfully as in human speaking itself. Later you
    • takes place is what arises in another way in the human being in
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