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- Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 1: Spiritual Science and Language
- pain, joy and sorrow, of instincts, desires and passions; this is just as
- the bearer of pain and pleasure, of joy and sorrow, of all the surging power
- producing them as sound in the same way that a painter imitates a scene which
- consists of quite different constituents than paint, canvas, light and dark.
- Similar to the painter who imitates with light and dark we imitate the
- internal experiences flow from the inside into the sound: pain and pleasure,
- its inward experiences, pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow and all the others,
- pleasure or pain is allied with an outward impression and thus what streams
- artist expresses by other means paint, sound, etc. Creative feeling alone can
- Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 2: Laughing and Weeping
- animal kingdom. The astral body is the bearer of pleasure and pain, joy and
- clairvoyantly observed when a person suffers pain or grief from some loss.
- sorrow and pain much harder to endure.
- forms of appeal can thus be grossly misused, because pain and grief, mockery
- Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
- hope, and to the whole gamut of pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow. We called
- above all it retains all its experiences, whether as pleasure or pain,
- Cross before his inner vision, but if with pain and struggle he has won
- Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 4: The Nature of Prayer
- examples of what could be called “prayers in paint.” And who
- Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 5: Sickness and Healing
- pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow, of all the emotions, images, thoughts and
- desires, passions, joy and sorrow, pleasure and pain. Thus it can be said
- use its pleasure and pain, sympathy or antipathy to gain knowledge of the
- outside world. What we call pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow, sympathy or
- animal lives immediately within its pain; the human being is guided by his
- pain beyond himself into discovery of the world because the ego leads him out
- pleasure and pain, feelings, images, etc. We see how at night these
- the astral body as the bearer of pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow, of
- development. However much we regard death with fear and shock and feel pain
- Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science and Speech
- pleasure and pain, instinct, desire and passion, — the astral
- The astral body, the vehicle of pleasure and pain, joy
- external impression upon us. The painter imitates a scene which is
- shade. Just as the painter imitates by manipulating light and shade,
- the tone. Sorrow and joy, pleasure and pain, desire, wish, —
- pleasure and pain, horror, fright and so forth. It must always be an
- outer experience. The third element, then, where pleasure and pain,
- joy, pain, and so on, would only be a radiation or emanation to which
- case its mother comes to it. The inner experience of joy, or pain,
- Title: Lecture: Prayer
- prayer. In painting we have what might be called a
- “painted prayer,” and surely in a massive,
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