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  • Title: Twelve Moods: Twelve Moods
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    • Gewordenes Weltensein,
  • Title: Twelve Moods: Contents
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    • Steiner's Words before the Eurythmy
  • Title: Twelve Moods: Introduction
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    • or the Word? Robert Graves calls it “Star Talk” and overhears a
    • Swenson has recorded the sun's rising with its “first ringing word of
    • earth, the words we speak are an echo of this divine sound. Each
    • first word:Erstehe!(Arise!) and
    • eurythmists and described in the “Introductory Words” that
    • can be caught in quiet cups and caves of rock, the Word can be heard
  • Title: Twelve Moods: Rudolf Steiner's Words before the Eurythmy Presentation of the,'Twelve Moods' in Dornach, August 29, 1915
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    • Rudolf Steiner's Words before the Eurythmy Presentation of the
    • Steiner's Words before the Eurythmy Presentation
    • presentation I would like to say a few words about how relationships
    • intimate consonance between the spoken word — and not
    • simply the spoken word but also the sensations revealed — and
    • presentation the spoken word will be only one aspect
    • only a special case. “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was
    • with God, and the Word was of God.” And in the cosmos we see the word
    • as though congealed, the word at rest and the word in movement. One
    • you will be able to feel something from the way in which the words
    • word weaves through the world,
    • world-formation holds the word fast.
    • German word which, when used in connection with eurythmy, refers to
    • variations in the words, variations in the significance and meaning,
    • a concrete word is danced in a completely different way from an
    • abstract word, that a verb suggesting an activity is danced in a

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