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  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 1
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    • particularly the loftiest thoughts of which I am capable, then I feel
    • we become conscious of what really lives in thinking we cannot but feel
    • cannot be satisfied it results in a feeling of deep inner dissatisfaction.
    • he now protects. What we must do is to turn with a feeling of reverence
    • deed when, with the right feeling and attitude, we speak of these thinkers
    • A scientist feels eerie when he must leave the sense world, i.e., the
    • causes in people strange feelings when they hear that a spiritual world
    • took place as feelings in Russia were running high, threatening already
    • would feel things of this kind very strongly. When he said that everything
    • he comes to feel his inner self as unreal. — How can one expect
    • not just in name or because of some indefinite feeling, but in the deepest
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 2
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    • that from spiritual knowledge there must flow into man's thinking, feeling
    • of contemporary man's thinking, feeling and willing. Provided one refrains
    • on life who feel they do not belong, are numerous in our time. They
    • feeling of security, of belonging. So what is lacking, what is it that
    • discontent comes from the soul's feeling of isolation. Life's greatest
    • soul that without which it feels annihilated. The dissatisfaction and
    • the cosmic all. Another aspect is that the soul feels it has nothing
    • to our dim feelings which are subject to many illusions. On the other
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 3
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    • feel their relationship to man. It is not a matter of indifference to
    • True, it is meant pictorially, but if rightly understood one will feel
    • feel a slight pain. Every pain arises when something is exposed to any
    • sensuous feelings of well-being such as those conveyed by the idea of
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 4
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    • spirituality of his own will, his own feelings and by his striving for
    • the society of the dead. One feels one ought to announce to the dead
    • them in the sense that they express a feeling which is present in human
    • thought pictures permeated with feeling.
    • is suffering. We may balance it against the pain we ourselves feel over
    • she is closely related to me I venture to speak with deep feeling about
    • that its peoples shared a feeling of community. They were cosmopolitans
    • whose example illustrates man's greatness when he feels responsible,
    • not only for his actions, but also for his thoughts and feelings. By
    • contrast you here have someone with no feeling of responsibility; without
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 5
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    • so. People feel a need to ask this all-important question which must
    • All the impulses of feeling and will which stir within us when we contemplate
    • It is through feeling- and will-filled contemplation of Christ that
    • more feeling for spiritual knowledge, more people concerned themselves
    • hand there is the feeling that the people must be condemned who brought
    • and feelings; for example when one attempts to relate the Mystery of
    • things we feel our innermost being intimately connected with the historical
    • feels that it is essential to find a way out. However, it is inherent
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 6
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    • emerges which is very different from what is imagined by those who feel
    • Many feel moral indignation on learning that Suchomlinoff lied to the
    • such, about how it feels merely to approach the spiritual. This professor,
    • today who feel that it is a great step forward when theology has, at
    • vague, to make all feelings indefinite partly through fear of the unknown
    • otherwise one is merely wallowing in nebulous feelings. Certainly feeling
    • from allowing a surge of indefinite feeling to obscure every concrete
    • of religious feeling which, according to him, consisted of utter and
    • concrete views and certainly not to feelings of dependence, declared
    • for religious feelings then one need only suffer an attack of hydrophobia
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 7
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    • his feeling and also into his conceptual life. This was the case to
    • was an impulse of feeling, an inner mood of soul which they were able
    • too feels that some excuses must be made for Luther for she says: "One
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 8
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    • feelings, characteristic of the Graeco-Latin epoch, were fading in civilized
    • received from that world? If you imagine this feeling intensified to
    • him looking ahead, being aware of the kind of experiences, feelings
    • former's thoughts and feelings, his whole relation to the world is determined
    • and feelings were determined by the fact that he was still aware of
    • knowledge and religious feelings concerning the spiritual world were
    • its reality with great intensity. It made him feel that it was essential
    • are matters that go unnoticed because there is so little feeling for
  • Title: Karma of Materialism: Lecture 9
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    • them in the light of spiritual science. Anyone with a feeling for reality
    • during our materialistic age, namely, an inner feeling of responsibility.
    • in the soul a strong feeling of responsibility for one's thoughts. One
    • It is possible to feel responsibility,
    • this feeling of responsibility if one lives exclusively in materialistic
    • virtue and one can even get a sensuous feeling of pleasure from practicing
    • thoughts and feelings in order to become fully aware of the shallowness,
    • thoughts and feelings of his time. One of his books has as its subtitle:
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture I
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    • about to say is not said out of bad feeling or animosity. The
    • feels let down because he fails to uplift. But truth which
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture II
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    • that at the same time his life of will, of feeling and also
    • provided one pays attention and has a feeling for what takes
    • called forth the feeling “ex deo nascimur,”
    • forces of growth. A sense and feeling for this was still
    • Father has its origin in man's life of feeling, for as I
    • Only people who make no effort and feel no inclination to
    • from an indefinite feeling that things could not go on as
    • vaguely feel something is missing, he looks upon spiritual
    • this kind. However, Robert Scheu does feel very strongly that
    • himself with feeling in a strange way, but what he says is
    • beginning to feel that something is lacking, but cannot make
    • comprehensible. Who feels today what lies in words? Who
    • really feels into words? Feeling with words — that is
    • (ziemlich gut), who feels much more today at these words than
    • your heart and say you don't feel “almost” when
    • decently (geziemend). Who feels anymore the
    • Or, who feels
    • something which divides into two? Who feels indeed the
    • — try to feel it! Feeling can lie in all speech
    • subtle, and those who can feel it, will do so. The sentence
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture III
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    • compared with today, man's social feelings and in fact his
    • organism, but for that there is no longer any feeling or
    • concept tree corresponds. To feel the uprooted tree as a
    • reality is to feel an untruth, for it cannot live, but
    • can be understood only if one has a feeling for the reality
    • inherent in ideas. To acquire this sense, this feeling that
    • need not be. Nor can there be any feeling for events in
    • feelings and compassion for the useless spilling of
    • best and deepest feelings his Imperial Majesty advises all
    • anywhere today there is a true feeling for the fact that this
    • history conveys, a feeling for the difference between
    • with. Unless a feeling for these things is acquired one will
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture IV
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    • fact the moment he sees and feels the rod dip. The
    • experience of the thoughts and feelings, we can re-cast
    • gives him the feeling that what he has to say does not
    • mixed with all kinds of antagonistic feelings.
    • maidens (feelings) must yield to the poem (soldiers). The
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture V
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    • feels and it wills. Thinking, feeling and willing are indeed
    • feels oneself with one's thinking, feeling and willing
    • reality. Feeling at best takes pleasure or displeasure in
    • through his thinking, feeling and willing any relationship
    • with a reality in which he feels secure, to which he feels he
    • thinking, feeling and willing in the human soul does not help
    • thinking, feeling and willing. He differentiates instead
    • the inner world of fluctuating moods and feelings. Thus,
    • feelings.
    • fluctuating moods and feelings. Just as he regards judgment
    • sees moods and feelings as fluctuating between love and hate,
    • realm of moods and feelings. The fact that he regards the
    • from mere feelings of like or dislike. He saw all these
    • turn to the realm of fluctuating moods and feelings.
    • and feelings. The question of good and evil was very much in
    • feelings fluctuating between love and hate.
    • source in human feelings fluctuating between love and hate.
    • if you have a feeling and sense for these things, you will
    • especially in regard to feeling for and understanding of
    • death — tragic, because he did have a feeling for the
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VI
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    • thinking, through feeling, and through the will. In each case
    • experience in the realm of thought, in the realm of feeling,
    • cannot give him any feeling of real security. His inner being
    • causes the greatest difficulty. One often feels as if
    • from that struggle there is the feeling of dissatisfaction
    • get the feeling that their thoughts are too rarefied, too
    • thin, and you are left with a feeling of unreality and
    • death into the spiritual world. But one's life of feeling
    • This feeling is one of the pitfalls that leaves one feeling
    • the I. That is the uncertainty; that is why we feel
    • becomes the feeling that we are growing together with the
    • thoughts, feelings and will impulses cannot be applied to the
    • mental life when tinged with feeling, and when it is somewhat
    • feelings fluctuating between love and hate.
    • are moods and feelings; the will itself remains hidden.
    • or a feeling in so doing, but what actually occurs within the
    • of feeling is concerned that we are — as the
    • present life is that of feeling. Our being is interwoven with
    • works across from the previous incarnation, what we feel now,
    • to a future one. Feeling, on the other hand, we experience
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  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VII
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    • explained. The impulse must arise from our feeling for what
    • feelings and perceptions. Our mental pictures of the world,
    • body we will always have the feeling that we do not attain
    • contentment we attain only when we can feel ourselves as a
    • parliament. He also retained his strong feelings against
  • Title: Aspects/Evolution: Lecture VIII
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    • essential in our time that a feeling should develop for the
    • learned to cherish the feeling that truth is a living
    • soul easily feels dissatisfied. Let us look at some of the
    • von Hartmann's pessimism is in the realm of feeling. It is
    • to kindle in you a feeling for the fact that whatever we look
    • far. I feel it to be my personal duty, once and for all, to
    • them both. I do not feel obliged to swear by the one or the
    • other when I acknowledge what they have to say. Nor do I feel
    • feelings, lacking every grace, subject to every excess and



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