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  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • whole mood of soul is governed by fear. All that you do, as well as
    • same standard of education, the same mood of soul, as those of his
    • precept which was to make clear to them in what mood of soul this
    • sense, but for humanity at large they live in feelings and moods,
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture I
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    • fear; your whole mood of soul is governed by fear. Everything
    • same mood of soul, as those of his ancient time. He would
    • was to make clear to them in what kind of mood of soul this
    • concepts but into his whole mood of soul. Many facts must
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture IV
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    • digesting. The whole mood of the creatures reveals the truth
  • Title: Cosmosophy 1: Lecture V
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    • We could also say that we are in a certain mood of feeling
    • in a certain mood of feeling. We should try sometime —
    • bring this mood to consciousness. Let us try to bring to
    • in a certain mood, a certain state of feeling. You know, of
    • course, how mood has infinite variations. It is such that it
    • this mood in some moment of life, there is no need to go into
    • shading, the particular nuance of this mood, how in one
    • This mood of feeling is actually different in every human
    • being. Now, if one explores this mood in oneself through a
    • kind of self-knowledge, one actually finds in this mood
    • let us say, of this emotional mood of soul at some given
    • what this mood is, this mood living utterly and entirely in
    • were the moods of his soul
    • delicate psychological ways the mood of soul that Goethe had
    • one can describe this mood as precisely as possible, but then
    • then the wonderful fact emerges that every momentary mood in
    • already, however, in the general mood of feeling. One thus
    • secret of the mood of soul at any moment. Here one touches
    • instance, the mood of soul of some person whom one has known
    • grasped this mood of soul. Then one can see clearly how the
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