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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • through sensation or feeling, Cognition always signifies a taking
    • as Will, in contrast to the elements of ideation and feeling. If we
    • since the Will plays through our feelings into the life of ideas, we
    • elements, ideation and feeling, which belong to conscious life, but
    • feeling descends directly into the realm of the Will, and the nearer
    • feeling that the Will of another man is being put under compulsion.
    • must feel if it is to know itself to be healthy.
    • punishments, together with the feeling: ‘That am I, since I
    • as vividly as a feeling of contempt for the forsaking of the divine
    • must a feeling of humility and contrition now take hold of him in the
    • feelings have been called forth in the pupil, then for several weeks
    • the banner of Lucifer. The soul must learn to feel that the greatest
    • is attacked by the Jesuit element, because the Jesuits feel that true
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • Testament: an independent feeling in the human soul for the true, the
    • humanity. He feels himself bound up with all men as a single
    • the heart, into his world of feeling, he has received the words of
    • directions which are given for the training of the moral feelings, as
    • so firmly united that the astral body cannot normally feel or
    • independent instrument of cognition, or as an instrument of feeling
    • the cleansing of the moral feelings: all these finally produce on the
    • a certain moral equilibrium, a balance of the soul-forces of feeling.
    • ways of feeling and perception that when things go wrong he always
    • meditation concerned with thoughts and feelings. In everything
    • great world, marveling at the revelation of light in the sun, feeling
    • clearly to feel that in this infinitely extended element of the light
    • but through universal feeling. Or again, to perceive the warmth of
    • nature, to feel how through the universe, along with the warmth,
    • relationships in our own organism with the feeling of love, to
    • perceptions, whereby we come to understand that what we feel to be
    • feelings are something transitory; we realise that they live on, are
    • stamped into us as moral realities. We learn to feel the
    • together with our moral feelings. All esoteric life is fundamentally
    • of life we feel the etheric and astral bodies as though enclosed in
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • the feeling that by all their actions they will be causing something
    • feeling, now appearing quite naturally in the course of human
    • And the more this feeling is developed — a feeling that will
    • Adepts, should feel the highest respect for such lofty individuals.
    • feelings an inward relationship to such a person.
    • this theosophical knowledge and feeling, he will naturally feel a
    • recognised, felt, experienced, through feelings which were not
    • can feel that in his soul man encounters two dangers. One danger is
    • would summon from the long line of men who have this feeling, a
    • feeling that every Christian can make his own, is one already
    • brings that which the soul experiences, in order not to feel itself a
    • post-Christian times would feel itself bound to extinguish itself and
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • feelings; but with the proviso that if a man feels within him only
    • the Christ, will be able to feel everywhere in the gnostic and
    • feeble powers of human feeling and perception, are inadequate to
    • approach the Pauline Epistles feeling himself ready to understand
    • this inward passivity have developed feelings of whole-hearted
    • devotion in the sense described — and with no other feelings
    • hearts feel the longing to be able to open their souls towards that
    • clearly conscious of it, have an obscure feeling that something of
    • feeling that there is something true in the Christ Event, as it was
    • in the genuine Christian teachers a feeling of their own
    • in terms either of feeling or of reason. From the side of feeling, we
    • feeling and mood which will allow what is imparted to work upon them.
    • accepted by those who have been able worthily to feel the events from
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • which we become aware in our feelings and perceptions when we simply
    • a Pericles, for example, when a man had a feeling for the universally
    • human and yet could stand firmly on his own feet and feel like a lord
    • one looks at it solely from the point of view of feeling, then we
    • throwing off. We note that the active feeling here is the reverse of
    • the feeling dominant among the Greeks. Just as strongly as the Greek
    • we have perhaps no better opportunity of feeling what an adherent of
    • to tragedy in face of the phenomenon of death, but tragic feeling is
    • We see there how the Ego of Job feels bound up with his
    • connection I feel with my God, I have striven to be righteous before
    • same time death! For as long as the Ego feels itself connected with
    • understand human existence, of feeling himself bound up with God and
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • they had the tragic feeling that it comes to an end when the
    • from his Greek feeling: ‘Better a beggar in the upper world
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • The elements that go to make up our soul life, our thoughts, feelings and
    • have had to live with an ever-duller feeling of the Ego. Everything
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • first-chosen disciples: ‘Through the way in which you feel
    • them spoke of these connections without feeling in his heart a
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • plane; the other is a mere feeling or a mere thought.’ Or
    • that what they think, speak, and feel is not without significance for
    • there. The effects of feeling are there, and they would be visible to
    • sees that thoughts and feelings are objective may also see that what
    • another objective act was needed. In short, man must feel that what
    • but not if you look at history in concrete terms — the feelings
    • men began to feel forsaken. They felt forsaken when they approached
    • evil results of the Luciferic influence!’ Through this feeling
    • oneself forsaken, and then feeling oneself rescued by an objective
    • power, there enters into humanity an intuitive feeling that sin is a
    • grasped intellectually, as knowledge. It resided in feelings and
    • could deepen all such perceptions and feelings.
    • thought-worlds, or worlds of abstract feelings and perceptions, but
    • Movement, certain inner thoughts and feelings, shall permeate and
    • spiritualise our inner being — thoughts and feelings as fully
    • back at our time, they will feel it to be particularly tragic that
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • this course. In Christian Initiation certain feelings which belong to
    • begins by trying to live for a long time with certain feelings and
    • than the mineral. If the plant could speak and feel, it would bow
    • permeates himself with the feeling of humility in regard to the
    • lower, who thoroughly incorporates this feeling in his own being and
    • experiences a transformation of this feeling into an Imagination. And
    • feeling comes not only to an Imagination of the Washing of the Feet,
    • but also to a quite pronounced feeling, as though water were washing
    • our human nature is with such universal human feelings, which
    • it, he actually feels something like sharp pains and woundings, like
    • foregoing description you can gather that the whole scale of feelings
    • make us into quite another nature, so that in the world we feel
    • the strength and power with which we go through these feelings, it
    • as if we were transfixed with wounds. We actually feel as if thorns
    • were pressing into our head; we feel all the pain and suffering of
    • the Crucifixion. We have to feel this before we can experience the
    • been described. Even if we have not gone through these feelings with
    • begin to feel that our feet are as though washed with water, our body
    • feelings so deeply into our nature that they have penetrated as far
    • may appear. We drive the feelings inwards into the physical body and
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • difficulties. It is unusual in our age for the feelings to be so attuned
    • point of all thought and feeling, and moreover that He has called forth
    • Something more is needed if we are to feel the whole magic charm of the
    • Truth, that it is independent of mood and feeling. For the pupil of
    • was transformed in his feelings and impressions. What to-day appears
    • to feel His Presence, and I was in a state between waking and
    • Then the disciple had to go through all the feelings and
    • into the depths of his soul;” to learn that a fundamental feeling
    • could be formed, and that that feeling was a deep egoism — the
    • which we have to-day only an abstract expression, i.e., the feeling of
    • of the world of feeling, it could draw out from the depths of his soul
    • the stronger this feeling grew until in the end he was led to doubt
    • point he must then overcome this feeling of emptiness in his soul
    • affected by a deep feeling of reverence, to the Mithraic disciple
    • being was gained, and with it a feeling for truth and fidelity; the
    • feelings and sensations were more lively and intense than those of the
    • individual man to the understanding of his own history; as he feels
  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • sensation or feeling, Cognition always signifies a
    • contrast to the elements of ideations and feeling.
    • feelings into the life of ideas, we see quite
    • feeling, which belong to conscious life, but feeling
    • unpleasant to a healthy soul-life is the feeling
    • consciousness, attuned to our epoch, must feel if it
    • punishments, together with the feeling: ‘That am I,
    • vividly as a feeling of contempt for the forsaking
    • soul of the Jesuit pupil, so must a feeling of
    • When these 2 feelings have been called forth in the
    • soul must learn to feel that the greatest danger to
    • Jesuit element, because the Jesuits feel that true

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