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  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture II
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    • Goethe felt: nothing spiritual comes to me from him. And his
    • to Italy he actually felt as if he had been born of Greek
    • He felt that the strength he needed to get his etheric body
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture III
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    • intervals; they felt that the Gods, weaving and flowing
    • post-Atlantean times man felt that the Gods still lived in
    • still felt their knowledge and their creative powers not as
    • also felt by the more profound human beings in ancient
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture V
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    • took the cosmic thoughts into himself and willynilly felt
    • for an older humanity. An older humanity felt that its moral
    • Spirits of Form makes itself felt in the one-sided,
    • felt. And there is the greatest possible fear of this
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture VI
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    • of being connected with his whole environment; he felt
  • Title: Driving Force: Lecture VII
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    • we find that in those days a man felt himself to be far
    • sensitive feeling for physiognomy. They felt deeply that if
    • there according to their physiognomy; for they felt
    • the natural environment if no connection can be felt between
    • civilization-epoch in which man felt that he was living
    • reality with which he had still felt vitally linked in the
    • time men felt a relationship with the clouds and with
    • ancient Persian epoch felt that together with his soul he
    • but because he felt his soul to be at home in the realm of
    • in the post-Atlantean epoch who felt himself to be wholly a
    • awareness of pre-earthly existence and they felt themselves
    • although they felt themselves to be still permeated by the
    • In the first post-Atlantean epoch man felt himself to be the
    • felt himself to be the product of divine Thoughts manifesting
    • no data at all for the time of his birth, nevertheless felt
    • felt in what he could experience there, the effects of the
    • out the calculation itself but the man felt the effects of
    • He felt them
    • culture-epoch man felt himself to be primarily a creature of
    • postAtlantean epoch, group-souls were felt to be connected
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