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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 1: The Immortality of the I
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    • and we cannot look only for the lofty feelings that warm our souls.
    • If we have any right and true feeling at all, we cannot possibly, even
    • Christmas, Easter, and Pentecost. Everyone will feel the great difference
    • between them — everyone, that is, whose feelings have not become
    • difference in our feelings for these festivals is expressed in the external
    • is a festival connected almost by nature to a world of feelings that
    • We can have deep feelings for these festivals
    • feel that. And I would add that particularly people who are close to
    • spiritual science should increasingly feel this necessity of our times
    • we lack adequate feelings to respond to them. When feelings become as
    • all to think, for feelings and instincts alone will never suffice
    • doing them. Nevertheless, he feels compelled to continue his quest.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • it alive so it can speak to our feelings. We look out into the universe
    • since the Mystery of Golgotha. Every feeling and experience we can have
    • is connected to the nerve substance, while our feelings, our heart and
    • we can feel when things do not remain merely cold thoughts for us, but
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • wish, but one bom out of the need of our times. You should feel how
    • trivial way the pain we feel about our loss on the physical plane. Pain
    • difficult it is to remember, for example, the feel of a piece of fabric
    • concern us further. The sense of life enables us to feel our life in
    • We feel that we are touched by spiritual beings everywhere, while in
    • live within movement and feel it the same way a blood cell or a muscle
    • in us would feel its own movement. We perceive ourselves moving in the
    • macrocosm, and we feel balance and feel ourselves part of the life of
    • we feel ourselves part of the life of the universe, of the cosmic life,
    • and we feel that we give ourselves our own balance in every position.
    • birth, however, we feel balance all the time. We have a direct experience
    • We don't need to feel embarrassed about that.
    • prefers to call him ‘Genius’), his deep feeling for
    • my feeling, wasn't really one. I have long since stopped being the
    • I do not feel in the mood to go into these things, and in any case that
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • when you feel, your I is active. In all your activities, even when you
    • Let us assume an artist with a true feeling
    • naturalists have no feeling for realities but see only abstract, “naturalist”
    • a Venus or an Aphrodite, they had to feel that the figure had to be
    • spiritual science, but he must feel as he creates a Venus that her astral
    • of art. How will the artist who really feels this, who really has a
    • we will say that artists, while they are creating, often feel a true
    • own opinion, are very learned in craniology. They feel a person's skull
    • if our feelings, our heart and soul, are attached to personalities in
    • and imitated its flight with their own arms, they could feel in their
    • Greeks. This inner life of feeling had to be subdued so human beings
    • to develop only valid analogies or at least a feeling for valid analogies
    • Only when we have a feeling that a leaf is not a reality because it
    • science with the right feeling and sensitivity. I do not like to say
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • usual feelings and ideas these words evoke. We need only picture how
    • view of Lucifer, we should not have the same negative ideas and feelings
    • feel sympathy. But what they think about the deepest mysteries of human
    • with all that is spread out throughout the universe, this feeling oneself
    • has to have a feeling for this and know that true poetry is the poetry
    • what present-day humanity has the least real feeling for and what it
    • solitude.” For people nowadays often have no feeling for how strongly
    • reality, cannot really feel justified integrating these facts into a
    • the creation of religious feelings and ideas as well as in the formation
    • feeling and thinking about a world view, the other, criminal instincts.
    • but the renewal of the true Christian life of feeling and experience.
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • The Feeling For Truth
    • some things connected with the way we think and feel in our spiritual
    • but it is true nevertheless. Though nowadays people hardly feel this
    • feeling for this, to say this line is the Mars line of the Capricorn
    • In other words, we should not feel obliged to always make a long, tragic
    • once again develop a feeling for how mental and spiritual achievements
    • come about. For this feeling is what we are so sorely lacking nowadays.
    • achieve: a sense for style, a true feeling for art even in this area,
    • a feeling for style. Granted, we have to read newspapers nowadays, but
    • a feeling for it. No, what I would like to tell you has nothing to do
    • is so infinitely sad in this case is that people did not feel that anyone
    • me that Oppenheimer's thoughts and feelings about the book should have
    • really feel that the basic shortcomings of our time are expressed in
    • and feeling from two sides. There have been two streams, left and right,
    • sensitivity, and our feelings guided by reality. This is precisely what
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • antipathies for this or that, and these then are expressed in our feeling
    • them. They feel deep joy over some things and suffer over others; they
    • feel happiness about some things and sadness about others. There are
    • because they can feel very quickly what the others feel by way of so-called
    • who can feel joy with some events and sorrow with others. Notice how
    • with pictures, the latter lay hold of our feelings, and we arrive at
    • in all branches of culture. It must influence thinking, feeling, and
    • willing, only then will it fulfill its mission. To feel connected with
    • it takes such an infinitely long time for people to feel thoroughly
    • about theosophy and say all kinds of things, and, of course, they feel
    • that He is helping because He is an actively living being. We can feel
  • Title: Lecture IV: WHITSUN: A Symbol of the Immortality of the Ego
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    • up feelings of inner warmth and exhilaration. If our feelings are right and
    • with a world of feeling engendered by the Gospel of St. Luke, by those
    • can feel that the Christmas festival leads us into elemental nature
    • those who have come to Spiritual Science should feel with even greater

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