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  • Title: Perception of the Nature of Thought
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    • harmony with external world existence. Man feels isolated, abandoned
    • inwardly but in connection with what one can feel and believe; the
    • Archangel Feeling (Venus)
    • Morgenstern. And by feeling this, feeling it in the deepest part of
    • Morgenstern we have a wonderful example of this. The feeling of this
    • poem lives entirely in the inspiration of which ones feels a breath
    • the feeling in this poem leads you to reflect how alive something can
    • abyss of existence, if you take this poem, stimulated by feelings I
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • like this feeling, any more than the worthy professor did
    • this stage that you feel really within them — within
    • through all this, Brunetto Latini feels himself once more in
    • to permeate ourselves with the living feeling, that in all
    • intellect but with their faculty of feeling — wrangling
    • forces that worked into the feeling of man at a time when
    • 6 January 1412, the villagers ran hither and thither, feeling
  • Title: Meditation and Concentration
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    • thought, feeling, and will-impulses, or in any other manner,
    • feel, as soon as the threshold of the spiritual world is
    • an imaginative character, tinged with feeling.
    • gained the feeling more and more of a more intense, though
    • case no religious feelings should be connected with these
    • ordinary, everyday life we must have the feeling —
    • always have the feeling; it is we ourselves who stand behind
    • feeler, it goes forth into the world, and an elemental being
    • be a dream — thus writes Feuerbach. He only feels secure when
    • would feel insecure. This is the prayer to Ahriman: that he
    • mind, and its feeling, to receive this spiritual world into
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • of the fullness of the cosmic thoughts, we feel: thou
    • coloured by feeling,
    • of feeling that is coloured by will: when this life of
    • feeling that is coloured by will stretches out to find its
    • our Ego too — there lie all those feelings and all
    • world of feelings, of impulses of will; but what we form in
    • of will and feelings, stand mostly — mostly,
    • own feelings, frequently stands, as I say, in a very, very
    • feelings of which he is darkly aware but the true character
    • of which he will not admit. He may have certain feelings
    • he finally feels that he is being persecuted. The whole
    • himself, but he also is aware of it, he feels it. He feels
    • feels the need for his astral body merely to contact the
    • in the world.’ We have the feeling that out there in
    • because we feel it a duty to say something to the world,
    • have to do with those shades of feeling which are requisite
    • of feeling we become aware of the basis of the conflicts
    • that the feelings of this other man for her are more than
    • mere friendship, and he also realises that these feelings
    • other man whose eyes are then opened and he feels bound to
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  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture II
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    • spiritual world will often feel compelled not to let his
    • come to a man, how he can describe it. And he may feel
    • compelled to say at the end of his work: ‘Here I feel
    • feel the urge to portray, in an elementary, real
    • not a materialist. If he is an artist he will feel
    • time. With the feeling that he had spoken for the last
    • that has become feeling. This soul had had a long earthly
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture III
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    • them in, and we now have the feeling that — we are
    • words, but we have throughout the feeling: through us
    • stands there as the liberation of the Willing and Feeling
    • strength of will. That gives a will-impulse of a feeling
    • nature, and a feeling-impulse of a will-nature. These we
    • thinking and feeling from where the dead is, to drive away
    • willing and feeling, (they are the weakest parts of the
    • feeling, and this too is the essential in meditation. In
    • feeling and sensation while we meditate, that is, of a will
    • until a comparatively late age in life that a man will feel
    • monster who devours his feelings directly they have been
    • Laocoön and his sons. The spectators feel fear,
    • that if a man wants to be an artist he must feel events
    • activity. Then his feeling that is coloured by will,
    • and the element of will that is coloured by feeling, grow
    • feelings and in their impulses too, that a man is, in
    • of this attitude, he feels in his life something of an
    • these things for personal reasons, because I feel myself to
    • they feel. So it is in the outside world.
    • arises for our movement a feeling of security which the
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