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  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • upon the drum. Just as you touch and feel the ground with your feet,
    • so do you touch and feel the drum of the ear with the foot of this
    • formed. Coarsely you feel the ground with the sole of your foot, while
    • touch and feel the delicate vibration of the drum.
    • ‘foot’ touches and feels upon the drum has to be transmitted
    • himself unless he were able, in turn, to extinguish this feeling of
    • at it in the right way — we can still feel that we possess in our
    • presents to us. Anyone who has a feeling for it will feel the one
    • feeling of wonder or astonishment. Likewise in the O there is
    • whose life of feeling would not be stirred by this, who would not feel
    • the wonder of it, who would not really feel with such a
    • at such a description one did not feel wonder and reverence for the
    • of the Heavenly spheres. And yet the heart, the life of feeling is
    • will certainly not be kindled in you — the feeling of
    • discover this, your science is accompanied by a feeling of
    • Will. Not only our life of Feeling but our life of Will is called into
    • of Feeling and into the man of Will. Anthroposophical science speaks
    • to the head, it leaves the Feeling cold and does not in any way call
    • is to the whole man. Then too we feel there is infinitely more in the
    • world than is perceptible to the outer senses. And above all, we feel
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  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • rebirth we feel ourselves actually to be the whole world — when I
    • — at times we each of us feel ourselves to be the whole world. And
    • and a new birth we feel within us and experience the world of spiritual
    • world. For we do then feel lonely when we, as it were, breathe out.
    • like an experience of our self. But feeling lonely — well, this
    • feeling lonely has its echo here on earth as our capacity for
    • were it not an echo of what we have described as a feeling of
    • world fades out, and we feel how through the forces of the moon we
    • approach ever nearer to the earth. We feel ourselves as a self, but
    • have a growing feeling that faintness may overcome us in the spiritual
    • us, the feeling of self, to be supported by something outside, namely
    • body. The feeling of loneliness finds a refuge in the body and becomes
    • the faculty of remembering, and we have to win through to a new feeling
    • be quite outside himself. If a man is a loveless being, a feeling arises
    • feeling — particularly if he is artistically inclined — that
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • manner of manifestations — thoughts, feelings, impulses of will,
    • of the soul any further than that during waking life, ideas, feelings,
    • knowledge, that all thinking, feeling and willing, as they are present
    • or feelings or acts of will to flow forth from it. When such a statement
    • experience a strong sense of time is present, but all feeling of space
    • the soul goes through at this stage. One might say, the soul feels as if
    • itself and yet feels itself surrounded on every hand by the sea and
    • you feel yourself as a human being enclosed within your skin, and having
    • sleep, you feel — I say you ‘feel,’ I describe it all
    • consciousness of the fact that is lacking — you feel like a wave
    • in a universal sea; you feel yourself now here, now there; as I said,
    • and live merely in a general, universal feeling of time, to feel himself
    • in which one is swimming, one has, as it were, lost that feeling of
    • the world of our waking hours. Hence one feels — one would
    • feel, that is, if the condition were conscious — a deep yearning
    • is a simple fact. Let us say, for example, you feel joy. When you feel
    • we feel a need to relate the world of the senses to a divine existence
    • described; nor would he ever in the waking state come to a feeling of
    • experience other feelings in addition to those aroused by contact with
    • feelings in the souls of men by giving them ideas and conceptions of God
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  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture I
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  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture II
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    • It is the feeling of a certain inner sensation of happiness —
    • a certain feeling of happiness. This emerges and dominates the whole
    • inner feeling of bliss, which should not be irreligious, or perhaps
    • feeling of bliss, — a striving away from the dullness of the kidney.
    • this in an abstract manner, but one must also look at it with feeling
    • One must not feel contempt
  • Title: Lecture: Planetary Spheres: Lecture IV
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    • feeling himself in the midst of a vast and vague unknown is at first
    • Nature; but we cannot help feeling that we have in us something more
    • moral responsibilities, and we feel moreover that our whole
    • religious feeling and our moral feeling, we leave them behind with
    • feeling, his moral sensibility enters so deeply into his soul that he
    • to feel pricks of conscience, — not before. There is thus
    • group-soul during our waking hours; we feel we belong to a particular
    • to put on aristocratic airs, and like to feel ourselves as members of
    • feeling. It is hardly possible for the man of today to be an
    • body, he brought with him a strong feeling of belonging to his group.
    • feeling of belonging to the life that is beyond the Earth. He knew
    • feeling it as something external to themselves, rather as we feel the
    • clothes that we wear. We have quite lost this feeling. We no longer
    • not be earthly man at all. Modern man feels united with the Earth and
    • body. Instead of feeling his body merely as a garment for his
    • we have our physical diet, and we must regain a feeling for the
    • lived his former life on Earth, a human soul may have the feeling,
    • oxygen, nitrogen, carbon, sulphur, etc. But we must come also to feel
  • Title: Lecture: Planetary Spheres: Lecture V
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    • feel particularly drawn to certain of these beings and say to
    • beings alone that these earth-water beings feel themselves in
  • Title: Lecture: Planetary Spheres: Lecture VI
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    • first, when divested of our ether-body, we feel like strangers amid
    • feelings are left behind in sleep in the physical and ether-body?
    • being on the Earth, you may now be feeling: Today, alas, after his
    • and inwardly as I am doing now, I should not feel the strong
    • spheres of Moon and Saturn, feeling within himself the Planetary
    • of Nazareth. By turning now in heart and mind and feeling to the
    • superficial as we have been in our feelings and in our sympathies and
    • Meanwhile the forces of the Moon arise within us. We feel once more:
    • left behind, feeling that we belong to what has fallen from us, yet
    • human feeling, — it will be present in the form of true
    • more clever in our head, and the appropriate feelings, springing from
    • expense of another. As in a plant the single leaf or petal feels
    • happiness at the expense of the whole, but man will feel a member of
  • Title: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • in it all manner of manifestations — thoughts, feelings,
    • further than that during waking life, ideas, feelings, impulses of
    • thinking, feeling and willing, as they are present in consciousness
    • feelings or acts of will to flow forth from it. When such a statement
    • feeling of space is almost completely wiped out. It is an experience
    • say, the soul feels as if it were like a wave in a great sea, a wave
    • that is organised within itself and yet feels itself surrounded on
    • differentiated manner. In the life of day you feel yourself as a
    • in space. in the moment that follows the going to sleep, you feel
    • — I say you ‘feel,’ I describe it all as if it were
    • fact that is lacking — you feel like a wave in a universal sea;
    • you feel yourself now here, now there; as I said, the definite sense
    • of space and live merely in a general, universal feeling of time, to
    • feel himself in this vague way merely a part of a universal sea of
    • that feeling of security which comes from being in contact with the
    • material things of the world of our waking hours. Hence one feels
    • — one would feel, that is, if the condition were
    • us say, for example, you feel joy. When you feel joy, your blood
    • that we feel a need to relate the world of the senses to a divine
    • waking state come to a feeling of God, were it not that he has
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  • Title: Lecture: Concealed Aspects of Human Existence
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    • feel himself poured out into an etheric realm. He would feel himself
    • feels that he has lost the firm support of the body, as though he
    • this feeling, the feeling of having lost that support which the
    • As I stated, this feeling of anxiety does not exist for the ordinary
    • different from what they are when he feels no anxiety. Something
    • occurs objectively besides what the human being feels as anxiety,
    • portal of sleep into the sleep state. But with the feeling of anxiety
    • something else is connected: a feeling of deep longing for a
    • the Divine. The fact that we feel religiously inclined at all during
    • the waking life depends first of all upon the fact that this feeling
    • feelings during the waking hours of the day.
    • certain religious instructions which evoked feelings during their
    • our sleep life the feeling of our unity with the divine-spiritual
    • the human being can now appropriate inwardly to himself as a feeling,
    • a sentiment, a soul life, and a soul mood, when he really feels
    • individual who truly feels his unity with the Christ and the Mystery
    • in his feeling which has its after-effect in sleep, so that he now has
    • longing for the Divine, then a planetary state, as he feels the
    • feels — or would feel if he were conscious — that he
    • life between death and a new birth we feel ourselves as spirit-soul
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  • Title: Exact Clairvoyance and Ideal Magic
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    • as the ordinary sense-perceptions, we then feel as it were (not
    • spiritually of course), we feel an inner light, the existence
    • the physical body, in order to feel an inner sense of
    • death. Then he sheds this consciousness. He feels how the
    • in which his physical body first fell away from him; he feels
    • worlds, of the starry worlds. We feel that we live within the
    • death, when we have the feeling as if we lived within ä
    • explained to you, feels as if he were a captive in a world
  • Title: First Steps in Supersensible Perception
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    • higher knowledge. We feel ourselves within the all-pervading cosmic life
    • too feels as though he is confined in a world which he is able to call up
  • Title: The Relation of Anthroposophy to Christianity
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    • feel that Anthroposophy deprives them and their fellow-believers of their
    • antagonism is born. They feel that man's relation to Christ should be the
    • course, be paid to such feelings. NeVettheless in their attitude to
    • say that what gave rise to these feelings of deep reverence in the
    • attitude and feeling prevailing in men who were willing to listen to the
    • feeling died away and must in our time be called to life again.
    • who, in turn, guided into the spiritual world the feelings of devotion
    • and reverence in the human heart. These feelings and experiences passed
    • This feeling of reverence
    • The epoch when this feeling of freedom dawned was that of the Middle
    • pre-earthly life, he was aware only of dependence, he had no feeling of
    • feeling of freedom which in our modern civilisation has reached a certain
    • holiness and of piety persisted in the feelings of those devotees of
    • piety that it clings to the feelings, to the sentient experiences, coming
    • the way I have described, has silenced his thoughts and words, who feels
    • Mystery of Golgotha. Feelings of profound reverence and awe pour through
    • knowledge streams into the life of feeling, becomes holy awe; it becomes
    • pupils in olden times. And this feeling grows, first and foremost, into a
    • through inner metamorphosis into feeling. This feeling seeks the God-Man
    • that he feels as it were lifted out of his physical body whenever he is
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