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  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • sphere of feeling; and finally the sphere of the will, which
    • Similarly, the life of ideas, the life of feeling and the life of will
    • thinking and ideas. Everything connected with the life of feeling
    • is a dream-life. Even in daytime the life of feeling pervades our
    • feeling we know indirectly through ideas, but we can never know it
    • directly through the feelings themselves. The life of will is in still
    • lie beneath the life of feeling; and still more deeply unconscious
    • contains within it thinking, feeling and willing. In the head system
    • or the system of thought, a life of feeling and a life of will are
    • ideas. Similarly, thoughts are present in the sphere of feeling, more
    • feeling, are by no means our own individual property. They take place
    • world-processes. This means that when you feel, you have of course an
    • behind our life of feeling.
    • life of feeling. Suppose the event happens between the change of teeth
    • made upon your feeling is there, and then gradually the vibrations of
    • in upon our feeling life and are the reaction of the world to an
    • experience we had in the sphere of feeling during the previous
    • seven-year period. An event that stirs and moves our feelings resounds
    • himself in life, if you can feel what is in between the words he says
    • stimulation of the feelings. When we understand these things rightly,
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture I: The Power and Mission of Michael
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    • Luciferic beings as possessing those forces which we feel when there
    • desert what they can feel as the Divine in themselves, the Ahrimanic
    • equilibrium between the two, must feel his divine essence. We shall
    • beings, we must say: we can feel and sense them in the right way only
    • Luciferic and the Ahrimanic principles. We can never feel in the right
    • way what we should feel as the Divine if we do not enter upon this
    • feeling we are faced, not with insignificant, but with important
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture II: The Michael revelation.
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    • feeling are little more than sounding words to people of the present
    • perceiving, we dream in regard to our life of feeling; we are sound
    • man must feel as Divine must stream up into his head from the night
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture III. Michaelic Thinking.
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    • You can feel what this impulse of intelligence signifies in mankind if
    • the real battle between beauty and ugliness. He must be able to feel,
    • us physically is the real human being, only if we feel this to be an
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture IV: The Culture of the Mysteries and the Michael Impulse.
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    • What took place in the thinking, feeling and willing of the Greek was
    • civilized earth of that age permeated all human willing and feeling.
    • Today we live in an age in which those shades of feeling which will
    • of feeling is already present today in individual human beings. They
    • feeling is well founded. It is absolutely possible that one
    • He brings with him in his thinking and feeling the result of his
    • not completely awake, even in waking life, in regard to our feelings.
    • Our feelings are at the stage of dream consciousness, even though we
    • feelings have no greater vitality than have dreams; only, the
    • conception through which feelings are represented makes it appear
    • differently. But the life of feelings as such arises out of the depths
    • mental image is what enters our consciousness. We dream our feelings,
    • otherwise dreams in the feelings and makes it a matter of complete,
    • feelings, and that it is also contained in our willing. In regard to
    • is contained in our thought life. In regard to the world of feelings
    • in the life of feeling.
    • for which he does not feel himself mature enough to become fully
    • You see, my dear friends, in ordinary life only the world of feeling
    • Feeling: Dreaming: Wisdom
    • desolate and void. He would feel more and more the disagreement between the
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  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture V: The Michael Deed and the Michael Influence as Counter-pole of the Ahrimanic Influence
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    • itself in such formulas; mankind feels that it is necessary to acquire
    • hate, and unite; that means, love one another, unite your feelings of
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture VI: The Ancient Yoga Culture and the New Yoga Will.
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    • feel the contrast between himself and nature. And if I am again to
    • draw characteristically how man begins to feel in the Greek age, I
    • breath. We must learn to feel how our will works through our eyes and
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture I: The Dualism in the Life of the Present Time
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    • who can feel this will be able to read from his experience of the
    • give to man of feelings, sensations, hover above the real activities
    • modern thinking, sensibility, feeling, and willing. We have in the
    • modern human consciousness the feeling of a contrast between heaven
    • Even though they claim to feel these things, still they present
    • form to come forth from another. I have the feeling that not a single
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture II: The Development of Architecture
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    • actual understanding of these forms through feeling indicates,
    • When you feel this ground-plan — and you
    • must comprehend it through feeling — you will have, simply in
    • significantly to what they feel, what they sense. We need only to
    • the Gothic cathedral. Anyone who has the feeling upon entering
    • feeling. A Gothic cathedral which is empty is also an impossibility
    • for the person who really has some feeling for such things. The
    • the feeling life of the humanity of that time. Hu-man beings were
    • circles — the feeling toward this ground-plan must be entirely
    • different, and I tried to describe this feeling roughly for you: it
    • house.” With exactly the same shade of feeling the Greek would
    • But the man of the Middle Ages did not feel that; he felt that in
    • Just as it was important for the Greek to feel: In
    • develop a feeling for what he is as an individual human being; that
    • his feeling, the ancient Apollo-saying: “Know thou thyself.”
    • human being to feel this struggle for balance. That is to be
    • through feeling — I might say to the exclusion of the
    • intellect, which is to be merely the ladder to feeling — that
    • it with the feeling, and realize that nothing is symbolized or
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture III: Historical Occurrences of the Last Century
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    • and feeling from observing such things with absolute seriousness.
    • because of sheer laziness in thinking and feeling. You should not be
    • fructifying of human thinking, feeling, and willing from the
    • to the beginning of the first act; to imagine and feel a melody, not
    • end toward the beginning, to feel from the end toward the beginning,
    • threshold no further progress is possible. From this you will feel
    • thinking, feeling, and willing become separated in the consciousness.
    • In the ordinary present-day consciousness thinking, feeling, and
    • experience, thinking, feeling, and willing become independent powers
    • Only then does one learn really to distinguish thinking from feeling
    • number of people who feel the responsibility, so that into this
    • no; but when, arising from a feeling of world-responsibility, men
  • Title: Mysteries of Light: Lecture IV: The Old Mysteries of Light, Space, and Earth
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    • feeling for the fact that every thought that is to be of value to the
    • feel the legal element in the shabby robes and the strange caps which
    • the judges still have from ancient times, and feel it likewise in the
    • the feeling that these things must be taken with profound
    • you a feeling that at the present time the really most important work

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