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  • Title: The Ego: Lecture 3
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    • abstractions, generalities. One does not even feel that any more.
    • feeling, and willing. The soul thinks, feels, and wills. Those are the
    • whether his thinking, feeling, willing was called) — these single
    • in the old sense: the divine spiritual thinks, feels, wills in me, but
    • I think, I feel, I will: The Lord makes itself
    • can come in, so that it is not the slave of thinking, feeling, and
    • Jordan, man could feel the quite especial importance of the
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: I: A Retrospect
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    • Christianity, we feel we are summoned by spiritual science not only
    • being able to extend our vision, and also our world of feeling and
    • present studies, and gives tone to the feeling that fills our souls
    • feeling, the power of perception, the nobility of will that rises
    • tone and the waves of feeling that are present when certain words
    • ring through space. These feelings and perceptions are of many kinds.
    • knowledge of great spiritual truths; the feeling that the nature of
    • feeling that all our ideas are acquired from one point of view only.
    • ourselves feelings and perceptions from any side that enables us to
    • of the past Winter were intended gradually to arouse a feeling of
    • intellectual modesty. In fact, without such a feeling we cannot
    • the true nature of his feelings towards such questions as the
    • his own unprejudiced logic and the feeling for truth that is in every
    • feelings, and perceptions according to his relationship towards the
    • natural feeling for truth. The clairvoyant must in fact first
    • matter if I did not feel constrained by my upbringing to think and
    • bodies, making us conscious — that is thinking and feeling
    • to recall the tone which as feeling-content filled and resounded in
    • True humility is a feeling that must be developed here within our
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: II: Some Practical Points of View
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    • what emerges in daily life as characteristic human feelings, ideas,
    • so organised that it feels it natural when anything true is said.
    • There is a feeling for truth in man; and he should realise the
    • infinite value of this feeling. This is especially the case in our
    • impoverished spiritually when we only think and feel those things
    • are especially concerned with the creation of this feeling for, and
    • through feeling, and by this means acquire those qualities that
    • us how it points to a spiritual world, we would never feel the urge,
    • ordinary content of human thinking; feeling and will varies so much
    • world? We have these in our feelings, our wishes, impulses, instincts
    • do not stand within our feelings, wishes and impulses etc., by means
    • enter into our inner feelings, impulses, and desires. In what way do
    • what our senses have perceived? You can feel this difference.
    • desires, impulses, feelings, etc. Only, in life as it is to-day, man
    • is shielded from developing a force in his feelings and desires
    • we feel in what comes to us from outside compared with what meets us
    • feelings; we know people frequently “reckon something to be the
    • reach the point where we are bound to feel interest, namely, when our
    • life, but merely allow it to enlighten us. It is well if we feel in
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture I
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    • feeling, but not what they were to say. At the moment of
    • the feelings than in the understanding of men, and when in the middle
    • regarded it for long as a black art. The old feeling survived, that
    • Nibelungenlied for example. He had still a certain feeling for the
    • their lives most people feel constrained to direct their learning to
    • certain sense is finished and a new life must begin. We must feel
    • this. We must feel that a primeval wisdom came to us from ancient
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture II
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    • understanding, but so that the whole feeling that accompanied the
    • feeling-content was imparted to the listener along with the actual
    • words, yet he knew most unmistakably what this feeling-content was. A
    • for whole hidden worlds to be given in the tone. A feeling for
    • Event of Palestine, so that you may discover through your feeling
    • hierarchies. We must feel when we read the words “his
    • spirit. His consciousness was lowered. This was an old feeling
    • was the feeling that caused men in the days of the old initiation to
    • is chaotic, I feel unable to rise to the spiritual world.”
    • that inward place where thou feelest thyself as man, where thou art
    • feeling and willing, are the servants of his soul. But within the
    • “it thinks,” and in respect of feeling and willing
    • “it feels,” “it wills within me”; men now say
    • “I feel,” “I will.” In earlier days the soul
    • feeling and willing; but now the “Ruler” was to be
    • It is only when we try to feel, as people must
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture III
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    • shows us in a most wonderful way in this temptation, how we feel all
    • stranger, that those about it have no idea, no feeling, by which they
    • sheaths, and on this account such a man feels more or less
    • clairvoyantly it is seen that he has feelings, thoughts, and powers
    • of will very different from the feelings, thoughts and will-impulses
    • of his nature. They feel on the contrary, an instinctive hatred for
    • through our thoughts, perceptions and feelings. In this case we take
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture IV
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    • humanity, something in which these people feel at one. This, in
    • Such a man feels that
    • resemble the revelations of nature itself. But what we feel in a
    • full depth of its meaning. This is how we must feel about these words
    • Vinci. Anyone with a feeling for the super-sensible quality lying
    • that time to have a feeling, a presentiment, that something entirely
    • synagogue: we feel when He speaks as though one of the Exusiai spoke
    • impulses, etc., and that we feel to be worthy, all this is contained
    • extended, we should see that it then feels itself to he much more
    • child still feels within the whole surrounding world, feels that it
    • feels far more a part of, far more within, the environing world. What
    • entirely different, he would not feel so isolated, but would feel in
    • connection with that world, he feels cut off from it. If he is a man
    • belonging to ordinary life this feeling of isolation only comes to
    • because we regard ourselves as separate beings, to feel injured and
    • annoyed. But if we believed in Karma we would feel that we belonged
    • skins. But the feeling of being one with the macrocosm is only
    • whole cosmos. A child would also have this feeling of union if it
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture V
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    • in a man's ideals — in what he thinks or feels, there is
    • things are not noticed; but their results are clear! Many people feel
    • these results strongly, they feel them as an attitude of soul and of
    • describe as feelings of sympathy or compassion. Here it is clearly
    • he feels at first constrained to extinguish this ego physically, he
    • feels driven to suicide.; then the Easter bells ring out, and at the
    • ego feels strong as regards its understanding of things and events.
    • feel we must enhance the inner activity of our ego, brings about a
    • feeling of sadness. But when sorrow depends on what is unreal and is
    • feel that he requires something more. He feels that to the cause of
    • Now, do you not feel
    • before our eyes, we feel that the victory of the spirit over death is
    • ego is brought in touch with the world around us. We then feel that
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture VI
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    • and was then filled with impulses of feeling from his heart. Such a
    • feeling perturbed he is attached to his idea.
    • changes to an intimate feeling of love. The idea is now within the
    • A man then feels for
    • to it. A certain soul-satisfying feeling arises after a period of
    • our own. Every impulse we feel in our souls must pass through these
    • you have the feeling: — “To-day I feel as if blessed by
    • Now man has an instinctive feeling not to overvalue these things, and
    • increased, he will feel “inner weeks” he will feel an
    • inward ebb and flow in his life of feeling and experience, inner
    • inspired by it? Men in general have little feeling for such things.
    • receives into it the Impulse of Christ, we ought to feel that this
    • If one has a feeling
    • shade of meaning. When one has a feeling for this, one notices also
    • period of civilisation men will feel that even to their blood they
    • are permeated by the Logos — they will then feel for the first
    • will come to feel that every book of physiology should begin with the
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture VII
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    • thoughts and feelings of the age immediately preceding it, it is well
    • can feel the passing over of the reflection of Christ into Jehova, or
    • of Jehova into Christ, as men feel the difference between moonlight
    • short time at my disposal I might say: — If we feel that the
    • some such change takes place in human thought and feeling as I have
    • understanding we feel we are standing at the confluence of two
  • Title: Excursus/Mark: IV: The Path of Theosophy from Former Ages until Now
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    • to speak casually of introducing the ideas, feelings, and knowledge
    • is not a matter of chance when an individual feels constrained at a
    • feeling in man; neither spiritual life nor external culture.
    • feeling-soul, rational-soul and consciousness-soul are no abstract
    • feel it as a necessity of existence to listen to such statements as
    • turned into thought-forms, into feelings and perceptions, thus they
    • say:— Men must feel within such sympathy for the spirit that
    • we feel we can rely upon our souls and can say — those others
    • emptiness in modern science, in art, and in social life, we feel
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture One: On the Investigation and Communication of Spiritual Truths
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    • we attach to the Gospels and the reverence we feel for them,
    • and our feeling and perception beyond the horizons within
    • impulse leading to the goal of our endeavours is the feeling
    • wish to acquire, but rather the warmth of feeling, the power
    • actual words spoken. These feelings and perceptions vary
    • great truths and the feeling that we can approach them only
    • help being, one-sided. If we intensify such a feeling of
    • them by reference to the normal feeling for truth present in
    • life, his thoughts, his feelings and his perceptions in
    • and to which he clings in his ordinary feelings and actions,
    • conscious beings, or as thinking and feeling beings, but also
    • They feel as if from every side they are being spiritually
    • in knowledge and true humility is a feeling that must be
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Two: Higher Knowledge and Man's Life of Soul
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    • the heights of Spiritual Science and the feelings and
    • seers. When we accept them because of our natural feeling for
    • thinking, feeling and perceiving only what the external
    • studied in our Groups the object is to create this feeling
    • much more important to experience it in our feelings and so
    • world, he could never feel longing for that world. There must
    • feelings — I myself live in all that.’ In regard to
    • And it is the same with our feelings and with most of our
    • reason why human thinking, feeling and willing vary so
    • stimulated by the outer world? Our feelings, desires,
    • we ourselves are not actually within these feelings,
    • result of what our senses have perceived. — You can feel
    • of desires, impulses, feelings, and so on. In ordinary life
    • feelings a force strong enough to cause pictures to arise
    • are apt to make it conform with their subjective feelings.
    • reason to reject a truth because one does not feel ready for
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Three: The Tasks of the Fifth Post-Atlantean Epoch
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    • his mood and his feelings that he prepared, not the content
    • retained in the feelings much longer than in the intellect
    • Old feelings were still astir in men and they felt that what
    • feeling for the inner rhythm and would stamp his feet to mark
    • feel that concepts and ideas are in essence supersensible
    • the existence of the supersensible world. But only few feel
    • the only spiritual quality remaining to him was his feeling
    • has come to an end and a new life must begin. We must feel
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Four: The Symbolic Language of the Macrocosm in the Gospel of St. Mark
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    • arouse feelings similar to those aroused in men who
    • had a true feeling for all this.
    • you an idea of the feelings and mood of a man living in the
    • province within him where he would feel as though he had no
    • attitude to language and no longer feel as they once did,
    • done to-day is to try to revive something of this feeling, as
    • of thinking, feeling and willing as servants of the soul. But
    • or, ‘it feels, it wills in me.’
    • ‘I think, I feel, I
    • within it only the forces of thinking, feeling and willing —
    • are able to feel what this means can you have an idea of what
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Five: The Two Main Streams of Post-Atlantean Civilisation
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    • feel part of the spiritual world — I beheld that world
    • around him have no insight or feelings which would help them
    • this account such men feel a certain dissatisfaction with
    • will be found to have feelings, faculties and forces of
    • nothing about his real nature; on the contrary, they feel an
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Six: The Son of God and the Son of Man. The Sacrifice of Orpheus
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    • If we can feel
    • show that in those first years he feels himself to be within
    • separate or isolate himself from that life but feels part and
    • feels part of the world around him; it is only at the point
    • he feels much more closely connected with it. The only way to
    • the form of consciousness which has produced this feeling of
    • not feel so isolated; even in later years he would feel
    • the Great World. As things are he loses his feeling of
    • himself, and he is annoyed by it because he feels himself to
    • would feel related to the whole Macrocosm and would know that
    • feeling of oneness with the Cosmos exists; in later life it
    • with it, there was feeling of oneness with the Cosmos which a
    • child would feel if it could be fully aware of its
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Seven: The Higher Members of Man's Constitution
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    • be denied. Many individuals feel the effects very strongly as
    • even feel them in their bodily constitution. The existence of
    • soul, from spirit to spirit. For we actually feel within
    • feeling of greater strength than if it had remained
    • extinction of his ‘I’, and he feels driven to
    • Mirth or laughter indicates that our ‘I’ feels
    • makes us feel as we participate in it that the inner activity
    • sound will require something more. He feels that what moves
    • occasion. — A healthy soul feels the urge to rise to a
    • portrayed before us, that we should be able to feel the
    • tragedy, where death is enacted before our eyes, we feel that
    • is brought into relation with the outside world. We feel then
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Eight: Laws of Rhythm in the Domain of Soul-and-Spirit.
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    • with it, and it fades away. We may feel ill at ease, perhaps
    • Enthusiasm has changed into an intimate feeling of love: the
    • He will then for the first time feel in harmony with the
    • certain feeling of contentment arises after a period of about
    • — we may feel that we have been blessed by the World-Spirit
    • feeling of ‘inner weeks’, of an inner ebb and
    • only a subtler form of egoism. They will come to feel the
    • majority of men to-day still have no feeling for such things.
    • feeling for the finer variations of style between the Gospel
    • Gospel which, if there is a feeling for such details, will
    • more possible for man to feel himself a divine-spiritual
    • will eventually feel the blood, which is the expression of
    • post-Atlantean epoch men will feel their very blood to be
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Nine: The Moon-Religion of Jahve and its Reflection in Arabism
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    • Christ-idea, arose out of thoughts and feelings of the
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Ten: Rosicrucian WIsdom in Folk-Mythology
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    • the hearts and souls of modern men if they are to feel any
    • individual feels urged to come down into the physical world
    • would have been no depth of religious feeling in men, no
    • materialism, there are nevertheless many souls who feel it
    • feelings and perceptions were converted into thoughts and
    • pictures. To-day we say that man must develop a feeling for
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Eleven: Kyrios, The Lord of the Soul
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    • this feeling as an accompaniment. Again, the sound A (ah)
    • feeling about this but it could not be otherwise in times
    • feels that he must write something and nothing is considered
    • case, a feeling of responsibility towards its use. That is
    • to send out its forces like feelers and to see clairvoyantly
    • of thinking, feeling and willing; the soul thinks, feels and
    • thinks, feels and wills in me’, but rather: ‘I
    • think, I feel, I will.’ The passage should be rendered
    • thinking, feeling and willing. Lo, the power that is the
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Twelve: Mystery Teachings in St. Mark's Gospel
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    • listen intently to the sound of the words and feel how the
    • feeling for such things could be aroused there is a great
    • deal which I might be able to omit. You must learn to feel
    • can feel how necessary it is to think in this way about
    • the soul. This was the feeling accompanying the word
    • to consist of three forces: thinking, feeling and willing.
    • posture indicates the reverence he must feel for the Sun as
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Thirteen: The Voice of the Angelos and the Speech of the Exousiai
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    • in all detail as a kind of panorama and he feels and knows
    • sublimity of this spectacle of nature, and we shall feel
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Three: The Lord of the Soul
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    • feeling, and willing. The soul thinks, feels, and wills. These are
    • feeling, or willing to be called into action. As human beings
    • longer believed that the divine spiritual thinks, feels, and wills in
    • it, but “I think, I feel, I will.” The
    • of thinking, feeling, and willing. Open up its forces!” When
    • the Jordan, people could feel the special importance of this epoch in

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