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  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • begins to make his own faculty of judgment felt, comes only at the
  • Title: Lecture: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • felt as my hand would feel were it conscious: that it is not independent,
    • but an integral part of the organism. Men felt themselves to be members
    • water — that is, by something material — so the man of old felt
    • chosen at random. In all his experiences of the external world man felt
    • surrounding nature. He felt the elements of nature within himself. Today
    • his breathing. He felt himself one with the indrawn breath, with the
    • thinking, which he had hardly felt as a function of the head at all, streamed
    • into his whole organism. He did not merely think, but felt the thought as a
    • thinking to be merely a shadowy, logical process; he rather felt how
    • thinking followed the breath. When he inhaled he felt he was taking
    • feeling of his own ‘I’, an intensified feeling of self. He felt
    • world surrounded by nature. He felt carried back in memory to the time
    • being. There he felt quite differently about the world than he felt in his
    • underwent modifications. In very ancient times the yogi felt how in the
    • breath, running through them like little snakes. He felt himself to be
    • gradually felt less intensely within the breath; it no longer remained
  • Title: Contrasting World-conceptions of East and West
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    • moment of waking up to the moment of falling asleep, he felt
    • thoughts, he felt grateful to the gods who gave him these
    • who am a human being,” he felt in these thoughts the
    • were given to him, he felt uplifted as a human being, and a
    • thoughts. Man felt that he must meet the divine powers who gave
    • men felt in one another, and they brought about the obedience
    • ancient Oriental felt his head to be the earthly field of
    • go, the more does it make itself felt. For an ancient Oriental
    • he felt as inspiration.
    • past, man's organisation was so constituted that he felt
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture I: The Human Soul in Relation to World Evolution
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    • is felt deeply enough he discovers that the surging, weaving
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture II: The True Nature of Memory - 1
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    • ordinary memory, the effect naturally does. The effect is felt
    • identifies with it. Yet, to do so is felt to be unbearable; it
    • Greek watched a tragedy, he felt shaken through and through; he
    • felt shattered right down into his bodily nature. The basic
    • full of sickness. They felt the tragedy as a healing force.
    • They felt that a remedy was needed and that the public
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture III: The True Nature of Memory - 2
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    • A specific pricking pain may be felt or, if the head is
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture V: The Human Soul in Relation Sun and Moon
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    • felt impelled to write, first the introductory essays, and then
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VII: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • world. He felt as my hand would feel were it conscious: that it
    • felt themselves to be members of the whole universe. They had
    • material — so the man of old felt himself guided downstream
    • random. In all his experiences of the external world man felt
    • and all surrounding nature. He felt the elements of nature
    • himself, as it were, into his breathing. He felt himself one
    • process of thinking, which he had hardly felt as a function of
    • merely think but felt the thought as a little live creature
    • shadowy, logical process, he rather felt how thinking
    • followed the breath. When he inhaled he felt he was taking
    • his own T, an intensified feeling of self. He felt his
    • world surrounded by nature. He felt carried back in memory to
    • felt quite differently about the world than he felt in his
    • the Yogi felt how in the transformed breathing his thoughts
    • like little snakes. He felt himself to be part of a weaving
    • speech. What I have described was gradually felt less
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IX: The Contrasting World-Conceptions of East and West
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    • inspired in him; he felt that what he thought was bestowed upon
    • Between waking and sleeping he felt that thoughts were granted
    • him. This colored his whole soul life; he felt grateful to the
    • Gods that they bestowed thoughts upon him. The Oriental felt
    • consciousness. Because man felt his thoughts bestowed upon him
    • he also felt uplifted by them and a religious feeling united
    • itself with every thought. He felt he must approach, with
    • during his sleep, with the consequence that he felt his
    • thoughts to be inspired within him. He felt the Gods' deeds as
    • the obedience felt by the great masses towards their leaders,
    • clever as he is, they nevertheless thought, felt and
    • longer be felt as inspiration, and as a consequence of not
    • have described how in ancient times Oriental people felt that
    • he only felt after waking that he was inspired.



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