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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Character of Occult Science
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    • feelings of the most contrary character. For many, it possesses
    • mandate arising from his own personal feelings. In order to understand
    • world must belong entirely to personal opinion and feeling denies what
    • is driven to the feeling that the concealed is able to reveal itself
    • consciousness. Feeling and desire do not submit to this deceptive
    • being into doubt, into a feeling of insecurity of life, indeed, into
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Essential Nature of Mankind
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    • feelings of hunger and thirst would take place in it; but what would
    • not occur Is the feeling that there is something permanent in all
    • feeling” begins. The fact that a being feels hunger, for example,
    • cannot give it an ego feeling. Hunger arises when the renewed causes
    • feeling appears when not only these renewed impulses drive the human
    • different. The dog feels a certain attraction to its master. This
    • pleasure. Memory, however, is only present when a being not only feels
    • soul. For while the soul sinks itself into other things in feeling and
    • study, contemplation, ennobling of the feelings, and so forth, are
    • however, imprint upon all thinking, feeling, and willing a uniform
    • entire soul-life. A man thinks and feels this way today, tomorrow
    • through his religious feelings, whatever they may be, divines
    • current soul experiences of thinking and feeling to that fundamental
    • feeling just as he does with his soul experiences of tomorrow.
    • spiritual basis with thought and feeling, then the impulses that the I
    • the utterances of feeling and will are the measure of his
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Sleep And Death
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    • feeling for the significance of supersensible knowledge, doubts may
    • play of fantasy underlying artistic feeling is readily likened to
    • the feeling that under the same external provocation, the dream could
    • symbolically the feeling that the person has something he wishes to
    • and has become too warm. The feeling of too much warmth is
    • feel the importance of what, in the events of external life,
    • Thinking, feeling, and willing stand in such a relationship to each
    • sleep.” The peculiar feeling one has at that time comes from the
    • the ego then feels itself drawn to every being and every thing that
    • existence. After death the ego feels this spiritual fruit of the sense
    • being feels the tone as he feels his own speaking or singing in the
    • imagine a sea of flowing feeling. Sorrow and pain, joy and delight
    • with the physical eyes, but feelings stand forth opposing feelings,
    • this outer world itself. Feelings and passions whose causes lie in the
    • point of view will not feel satisfied with such an interpretation. It
    • blow dealt another should be explained not by the feelings of the
    • Something happens to a person that arouses in him a feeling of
    • arouse in himself all the feelings that can result from such a
    • the life of feeling and sensation. Whoever achieves this will have an
    • characteristics, yet is something that makes him feel as if he had
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 3)
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    • say, “I feel warm,” “I feel cold.” This inner
    • have had the inner feeling that here there exists this or that degree
    • and feeling and similar soul activities were flung out into celestial
    • these latter communicate only general expressions of feeling to the
    • feeling are flung back into cosmic space as though from individual
    • stimulate it; they would not be able to awake any feeling or sensation
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 4)
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    • fruits of this perception; they forego the feelings produced by these
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 5)
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    • feel pleasure and displeasure through them; this remains a changing
    • of the Spirits of Form. Then these changing feelings become
    • exist,” but it feels itself borne and sheltered by other beings
    • body, this breathing and nutrition are accompanied by feelings, so
    • begin to revive. Man begins to feel and experience himself. He
    • like a being from the cosmos. He feels this being as something
    • belonging to him, as a completion of his own nature. He feels it as
    • something that gives him his own existence; he feels it as his ego.
    • This being is one of the Sons of Life. He feels toward this being
    • sun period again approaches, man feels as if he himself became one
    • he feels himself intimately united with the Son of Life.
    • being feels himself to be again the same being each time after the
    • their own laws. They feel, therefore, like strangers in their new
    • wish to characterize the feeling that man had on the Moon in regard to
    • environment.” The Moon man feels overshadowed by his Son of Life,
    • from the sun, he had a feeling of greater independence. At the same
    • feeling, “In the sun period my ego soars away with me up into
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 6)
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    • through the sentient soul man feels himself bound to the body of the
    • possession about which he feels, “That is mine.” — The
    • are the images of the higher beings in whose bosom he feels his
    • light. The human being feels as though they appeared to him in
    • fructifying process. Then the soul feels dully its awakening into
    • words, “That is my form!” and this feeling, which might also
    • be called a dawning of the ego-feeling, remains in the soul during its
    • developing embryonic body. The soul feels itself surrounded completely
    • experiences the blissful feeling of being fashioned into such forms.
    • himself is not on Earth. By incarnating, the soul feels not only the
    • element it feels the influence of the still higher beings who have
    • feels itself in a body, the life of which has been transferred to it
    • from the ancestors. It feels itself especially attracted to just such
    • ancestor with whom the soul feels itself at one. Such a memory passes
    • body united with the external fire of the earth. He was able to feel
    • feel his own being in what streamed into him as air. In this air the
    • beings who work on the fashioning of his bodily structure. Man feels
    • delicate nervous system. He feels himself as the descendant of
    • breathes and feels it as the effect of the higher beings, described as
    • spiritual beings in their own form, but in his soul he feels the
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Evolution of the Cosmos and Man (Part 7)
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    • it was not mere empty talk but the feeling for truth when the hero of
    • relationships, the feeling arose that the inmost ego of every human
    • sensory-physical world through feelings and sensations that
    • of its feelings and sensations, but not, however, as a direct
    • revelation of the spiritual in order to penetrate it through feeling
    • received into human hearts, penetrated sensation and feeling, but
    • Tauler, and others, is a result of the permeation of feeling and
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 1)
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    • feel the least trace of an especial impulse to do something for the
    • feel it obligatory that everything be revealed to the human being that
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 2)
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    • to his feelings and his will, he is able to move about hither and
    • with such thoughts but to bring them to life in my feelings. I may
    • have a feeling of bliss when I think of the purity and passionlessness
    • of the growing plant; I can produce within myself the feeling of how
    • of instincts and desires. This can then transform the feeling of
    • bliss, which I have felt previously, into a grave feeling; and then a
    • feeling of liberating joy may stir in me when I surrender myself to
    • that we do not without feeling confront the thoughts that serve to
    • such thoughts and feelings for a time, we are to transform them into
    • our inner eye, at the same time letting the feeling hold sway that has
    • becomes a token alongside the feeling-experience, and its
    • of the symbol by means of thoughts and feelings of the above described
    • also be a matter of meditation upon mere feelings and sensations. This
    • feeling of joy. In the normal course of life the soul may experience
    • feelings perceives how a human being performs an action that is
    • inspired by kindness of heart, this soul will feel pleased and happy
    • other soul and making them its own, and it may now feel joy about this
    • time, then this is meditation on inner feeling, on inner sensation.
    • but the holding sway, for a certain length of time, of the feeling
    • through its experiences to indicate feelings that act in a still
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 3)
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    • himself to sense-free thought feels the spiritual reality announcing
    • itself as though it existed within him, he feels himself one with it.
    • feeling, “Whatever has the nature of being in itself may also
    • to him, however, as a world of thought. He who feels himself in the
    • a safe path, and through it he is able to gain a feeling toward the
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 4)
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    • mental images and feelings is, correctly speaking, the development of
    • full consciousness. This results in the feeling that soul-spirit
    • nothing,” he may “feel” that he is working on his
    • will not have this feeling. Then one will consider as nothing what in
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 5)
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    • aware of its existence. One feels that one can employ it and through
    • the feeling, “Now I am beginning to orientate myself.” — The
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 6)
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    • disappear from my consciousness. Then I wish to feel within me all
    • One acquires gradually by meditating on such an image a feeling of
    • feeling, if this exercise is continued with perseverance, there may
    • of discrimination, his life of feeling, and his character. If he takes
    • quite definite soul condition, quite definite feelings and sensations.
    • will see that his thoughts and feelings are enriched if he brings one
    • antipathies, with his personal interests and feelings, he will prepare
    • called the feeling of reverence or devotion. Those who have developed
    • this feeling in themselves or possess it from the outset through a
    • heavens and feels with wonder in complete surrender the revelation of
    • to be misled, through an unrestrained feeling of reverence and
    • increase. If he achieves correct feelings in this direction he may say
    • feelings that holds him back from the deed. Now it may be that he does
    • the proper feeling by acknowledging this existence of hidden forces
    • also have the feeling at a certain point of his development that he,
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 7)
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    • fact that for a short time he feels the need, for example, so to
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 8)
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    • co-operation of the soul forces, of thinking, feeling, and willing.
    • followed by a feeling of pleasure or displeasure. One may, perhaps,
    • visualizing and feeling. That this co-ordination takes place is caused
    • by the ego uniting visualizing (thinking), feeling, and willing and in
    • way from feeling or thinking. A human being would not be in a healthy
    • the path to higher knowledge thinking, feeling, and willing do indeed
    • certain thought has no longer an inward urge toward a certain feeling
    • perceived correctly, but in order to have any feeling or to come to a
    • ourselves. During supersensible perception thinking, feeling, and
    • feeling and willing. For the person who does not bring these qualities
    • and unable to act as an orderly guide for thinking, feeling, and
    • Likewise, feeling and willing that have become independent stimulate
    • entrance into the supersensible world, man knew thinking, feeling, and
    • human soul may feel or think about it. With the images of the world of
    • according to what the human being feels or thinks. In this way he
    • thinking, feeling, and willing. This, however, is an inner perception;
    • case a feeling will creep over his soul that must be described as a
    • feeling of shame. This is indeed the reaction of healthy human nature:
    • it feels through self-knowledge various kinds of shame. This feeling
    • himself, with this feeling does not become evident outwardly in
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  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 9)
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    • have the feeling of being a prisoner. On the contrary, he believes he
    • of feeling to be a prisoner he may feel himself as the immeasurably
    • feeling of immeasurable horror,” of “boundless
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Cognition of the Higher Worlds. Initiation. (Part 10)
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    • experience may occur for him. He begins to feel as though he were
    • he feels himself in his complete independence. This feeling is a
    • toward which he strives. If this feeling emerges in the student of the
    • previous centuries; that opinions, feelings, and also abilities of
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): The Present and Future of Cosmic and Human Evolution
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    • occur in the future stirs human feelings and will; the past is endured
    • picture of that world, formed by their intellect and feeling. This
    • intellect and feeling, other higher faculties that again made it
    • satisfied with the developed faculties of intellect and feeling could
    • powers of intellect and feeling. The souls who were incarnated at that
    • time with highly developed powers of intellect and feeling carried
    • knowledge in addition to the faculties of intellect and feeling. It
    • feeling. Thus it was at that time a very “hidden knowledge.”
    • thought, feeling, and will-life of humanity. The “concealed
    • feeling; that knowledge came as an inspiration. In the future the soul
    • feel them as being of its own being. If knowledge about this or that
    • soul will then say to itself: My feeling can only justify itself when
    • the forces of human intellect and personal feeling. They become
    • way that the human soul who has received it feels, recognizes, and
    • with the forces of intellect and feeling, will have the maturity for
    • acquired powers of intellect and feeling and the knowledge of the
    • impressions; man's heart feels the boundless sublimity of the
    • experiences of intellect, feeling, and character are the indications
    • point where he feels himself an independent member of the spirit
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Details From the Realm of Spiritual Science
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    • may designate as the “path of feeling.” It would, however,
    • with the development of feeling. On the contrary, it leads to the
    • greatest possible deepening of the life of feeling. The path of
    • feeling, however, turns directly to feeling only and seeks to ascend
    • surrenders itself completely to a feeling for a certain length of
    • time, this feeling transforms itself into knowledge, into a
    • feeling of humility, then the content of feeling transforms itself
    • feelings, also find a path into supersensible regions. This, however,
    • the soul reaches through its immersion in certain feelings. In
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Preface First Edition
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    • through which he feels justified in believing himself in agreement
    • justice, feel impelled to communicate and publish what their judgment,
    • healthy sense of truth, and feelings indicate, although they may not
    • because of it, one may feel justified in writing the expositions
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Preface: Fourth Edition
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    • We can appreciate the feeling aroused in many a person by this
    • book feels deeply the necessity of this fourth edition after a
    • feels only too clearly how little even the new edition corresponds to
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Preface: Sixteenth to Twentieth Edition
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    • feeling employed in the comprehension of a work of art, but it bears
    • I counted upon the fact that there are human beings who feel, more or
  • Title: Book: Occult Science (1972): Special Comments
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    • accustomed, after he has learned something about a matter, to feel
    • is fatigue. We must then actually say that we feel tired, because we
    • wish to go to sleep, not that we wish to go to sleep because we feel

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