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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • all that you feel, is saturated with fear and its reverberations in
    • transformed by impulses of feeling and of will, together with
    • transformed by feeling and will. One finds only the
    • impressions are transformed by feeling and will, man is still unable
    • to tell how feeling and will are actually working. For this reason he
    • They became thoroughly acquainted with the feeling that a penetration
    • sense, but for humanity at large they live in feelings and moods,
    • permeating human existence. And through such feelings they bring
    • another. Their fear was masked under all sorts of other feelings. But
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • will feel that the moment you want to make a distinction between the
    • subdued philosophical feeling of Solovieff. He does not bring it to
    • setting and the rising world. We must feel how there is in nature a
    • inside man, and is thrown back into chaos. We need to feel quite
    • Christianity. Real Christianity must have a perceptive feeling for
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • as it were. Here on earth, he feels that he is free in regard to
    • so as to feel the freedom of action in the sphere of thought; but
    • between death and a new birth he feels a complete lack of freedom
    • feeling, continued to exist even in more recent epochs; the
    • He should really feel that mankind's historical development is
    • experienced in feeling. The Christianity which Anthroposophy will
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • life fear permeates all you do — all you feel, too, and
    • is what he would feel, and from his point of view he would show
    • transformed by impulses of feeling and impulses of will and
    • sense-impressions, transformed by feeling and will, can arise.
    • transformed by feeling and will, man nevertheless does not know
    • how feeling and will really work. Because the outer impressions
    • it thoroughly. They thoroughly learnt to know the feeling that
    • unconscious feeling and continues working as an unconscious
    • sensations, as fluctuating feelings and permeate human life. In
    • such feelings and sentiments, they constitute what lives to-day
    • cloak of all kinds of other feelings. But now we require a
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • you do, but also everything you feel, is saturated with fear
    • within, becoming trans-formed by impulses of feeling and of
    • impressions and has been transformed by feeling and will. One
    • transformed by feeling and will,man still does not know how
    • feeling and will actually work. For this reason he often
    • sensations, as feelings, fluctuating and permeating human
    • existence. Such feelings and sensations constitute what lives
    • all sorts of other feelings. Now, however, we need an
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture II
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    • inwardly honest with yourselves, you will feel that the
    • the subdued philosophical feeling of Soloviev. He does not
    • strong feeling for the perishing and the unfolding worlds.
    • One must feel how there is in nature a perpetual dying.
    • it is thrown back into chaos. We must feel intensely how this
    • real Christianity. Real Christianity must have a feeling for
    • what is living but must also be able to separate this feeling
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture III
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    • life thinking, feeling, and willing. It is true that
    • thinking, feeling, and willing play into one another in the
    • will impulses, and the actual feelings flow into feeling.
    • feeling, and willing. If you refer to my
    • thinking purely from feeling and willing, because one comes
    • livingly grasp thinking, feeling, and willing we grasp at the
    • that one experiences as substantial, within which one feels
    • Through this feeling that one is within the picture, one is
    • One feels that the activity experienced in the dream, when
    • bodily nature. Just as in thinking we feel that we penetrate
    • we now feel that we plunge into ourselves with what we
    • feeling, as feeling. The feelings are dreams that have been
    • outward, we experience them as feelings. We thus experience
    • feeling through the fact that what is in our astral body
    • the world of feeling. What feeling is takes place between the
    • physical body. The actual source of feeling, however, lies
    • astral body be in living interplay for the life of feeling.
    • mingled etheric and astral bodies as our feeling. When we are
    • of the life of the soul as flowing thinking, feeling, and
    • aware of the feelings that we develop in reference to the
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • deeds as our impulses of will and feeling is lived out during
    • etheric body. We also found that feeling develops itself
    • about our feelings. Our feelings are therefore what actually
    • inner being as an approach to dream pictures. Feelings are
    • life lives itself out in feelings.
    • upward as feelings, so is the soul life of the animal based
    • mainly on feeling. The animal actually does not have a soul
    • upward in a living feeling and that the creature lives in
    • this feeling. The animal experience consists essentially of
    • an enhancement and a diminishing of this feeling, and, when
    • the feeling is somewhat subdued, of a participation in its
    • dream pictures, the picture taking the place of feeling. We
    • permeate our mental images with our feelings. We pass over to
    • becomes inwardly penetrated by the forces of feeling and
    • picture of the cosmos is not only permeated by feelings and
    • lives in us principally as the activity of feeling, though
    • feeling, permeated by such beings.
    • are then in our feeling nature interwoven with beings
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • activity, has an independent life of its own. What we feel in
    • middle, for subjective experience, stands feeling.
    • at the actual essence of feeling only when one is clear that
    • actually every separate feeling that man can shelter is woven
    • into the whole life of feeling of the human being. The
    • feeling life of man can really be studied only when we
    • life we are permeated by the totality of our life of feeling.
    • We could also say that we are in a certain mood of feeling
    • in a certain mood of feeling. We should try sometime —
    • in a certain mood, a certain state of feeling. You know, of
    • This mood of feeling is actually different in every human
    • feeling. To do so one must have above all the ability to make
    • regarding the content of their feeling. Then one can have the
    • already, however, in the general mood of feeling. One thus
    • feeling, however, he knows it.
    • death playing into what lives in his soul by way of feeling.
    • since as feeling it is already colored by what is still to be
    • because if the deed is based on the feeling, the future is
    • could never arise out of feeling. It can arise only from an
    • reflected up into our consciousness in feeling. If I make a
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  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VI
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    • between physical body and etheric body, the feeling aspect
    • comprehensible, and he has a feeling that with the concepts
    • impulses, to our conduct. What we feel as satisfaction about
    • this or that, what we feel as remorse, as reproach and the
    • moral feeling. It thus comes about that the human being is
    • human feeling, and human willing, then what lives as a danger
    • through the portal of death — a religious feeling that is
    • takes him in an entirely outer way, so that he feels his
    • reform in education, so that the human being once more feels
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VII
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    • rather steeped with man's moral feelings and experiences.
    • everywhere, if one feels and senses these things, and if only
    • this feeling and sensation is not limited by ordinary
    • what he has worked upon more out of feeling — feeling,
    • poured out these thoughts, will impulses and feeling content
    • anthroposophical spiritual science man thus learns to feel
    • himself at one with the universe. He feels the world in
    • himself and himself in the world. He feels the life of the
    • macrocosm pulsing in his own inner being, and he feels how
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture VIII
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    • thinking, feeling, and willing in the spaces, as it were,
    • from the depths of our being. Thinking, feeling and willing
    • feeling, and willing This physical body has no capacity for
    • also can feel as dissolving itself, even as vanishing away.
    • which this is described, you will receive this feeling of
    • light, as if what was dead were being consumed by life. Feel
    • the superman will grow, out of man. With this obscure feeling
    • feeling, and willing, we can only really recognize if we seek
    • these two bodies; feeling weaves between the etheric'body and
    • our soul element (bright) in thinking, feeling, and willing.
    • the etheric body; the feeling separates the etheric body from
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IX
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    • feeling occurs between man's etheric body and his astral
    • adjusted to this outer knowledge. Even when we feel, then,
    • the feeling remains dull and dreamlike. What becomes clear to
    • the human being in feeling is just what the world today
    • pictures, his feelings, and what he knows about his will
    • to feel something that can be expressed in the following way:
    • he should feel a recognition of “... the I as a
    • comprehended according to thinking, feeling, and willing only
    • active. He does not feel — as I described it previously
    • feel something as a result in the inner human content by
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture X
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    • what the human being feels occurring within himself as
    • thinking, feeling, and willing, then of course we find that
    • the etheric body, that feeling occurs between the etheric
    • up to the I. They rise up to the I. The feeling content lies
    • itself in the will, while feeling content and thought content
    • we feel of it shortly before awakening or shortly after
    • feeling content rises upward and unites with the sense
    • feeling; we see blue, we hear the notes C-sharp or C and have
    • an accompanying feeling. Then, however, we also reflect on
    • conversation with us, if we feel the living, warm
    • insofar as his I has made it his own: he feels these pictures
    • being experiences his boundary as an encompassing feeling;
    • man feels comfortable only with the concept of the
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture XI
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    • as it were, by necessity. The human being feels that he is
    • concepts; between death and a new birth, however, he feels
    • pictorial view contained in religious feeling, continued to
    • that must be felt, must be experienced in feeling. The

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