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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • and new birth, we begin to feel deeply connected with these worlds
    • and with all that they contain; we feel impelled to unite our very
    • means of nourishment man has a feeling of well-being. Conditions,
    • the spiritual world, we come to feel how, through such knowledge, we
    • one we may feel kindly disposed — to another perhaps not, but
    • approach the world, feeling our way towards it by means of our
    • As a matter of fact, many of the feelings and impulses
    • in the way that we feel abstract knowledge to be remote, bin
    • initiation-knowledge, may feel how this knowledge, when he receives
    • produced it, it separates itself from him; he feels as if he had
    • unable to feel any particular pleasure or satisfaction in it —
    • Man's own natural feeling for reality will enable him to take hold of
    • On this path of knowledge we learn to feel, as it were,
    • at home in the spiritual world in the way we feel at home in the
    • makes us feel at home in the physical nature of the world around. And
    • feel at home in a divine spiritual world — even as with our
    • body we feel at home in the world of the senses. And it is this
    • feeling at home in the spiritual world that is so important, for
    • realise this, we begin to feel as though a voice were calling to us:
    • human and personal path in life. We feel inwardly seized and
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • out of obscure feelings and such like. Particularly the
    • which lives in many human souls in vague feelings, in all sorts
    • still something quite different involved. Man gradually feels
    • Whereby does man feel himself to be part of the natural world
    • of it. Through this we can feel connected with physical nature.
    • We would not feel that we existed in this physical nature if we
    • consciousness. If we cannot feel ourselves as belonging to a
    • which after all we feel to be our most precious, our most
    • want to be human beings. This has another side to it. We feel
    • and bones. We feel them to be coming from a spiritual world,
    • there the thinking human being feels safe with the content of
    • itself onto our life of concepts, of feeling. We experience as
    • it were a thought picture and feeling picture of that which is
    • feeling man senses that he is present in these weaving
    • feel, but we do not see it, we don't have it in front of us
    • one's own body, one feels, one feels it sometimes painfully
    • the dream to be reality, although his feeling for reality is
    • a general feeling of ego or self becomes a strongly felt inner
    • thirst, which forces us to drink and so on. Now we feel
    • something in the soul which has to come towards us and we feel
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  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • of religious tradition, that the thinking, feeling and willing of man
    • soul' Or what sense is there again in allowing intuitive feelings or
    • the eye of the spirit. One has the feeling that the Spirits of the
    • have the feeling: This outline represents the form of the
    • it the nervous system, we have the feeling that we have been literally
    • we shall feel impelled to stop, we can go no further; we must now
    • blue-red, suddenly becomes melody. We feel we must paint in this form
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture II
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    • feeling is toward his fellow-man, is faithfully expressed in the
    • to us by destiny. We know exactly what feelings they have harboured
    • feeling for how relationships that have been begun in earthly life may
    • We feel ourselves one with the whole wide Universe. And what we were
    • before, on Earth — that we feel as something outside us.
    • we feel ourselves one with the destinies we have experienced, both in
    • our own Sun existence has made us feel one with the whole Cosmos, we
    • antipathy which one human being feels when he encounters another. The
    • feeling of sympathy or antipathy is a reflection of the intercourse
    • reflection of it in the feeling we experience when we find one another
    • hear in that an echo, in the life of feeling, of what we ourselves
    • certain other things. You experience within you, albeit in feelings
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
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    • through a kind of “feeling” perception — almost a kind
    • a saintly man, in order that he might perceive and feel what the
    • judgements passed upon him. For man really feels the experience as a
    • humanity. But now he cannot help feeling that a mysterious connection
    • man feels that a judgement has been passed upon him. For the thought
    • feeling. What the Sun shows us, when we look up to it with our
    • There you begin to feel that it is all familiar to you. Consider for a
    • time indicates that we have passed out of the region where men feel
    • themselves related, on Earth, to the feeling they had of being in the
    • blood. If we were beings with no iron in our blood, the feeling and
    • freedom, but also to feel in our body the power to make the body
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • cosmic harmony and cosmic melody. It is chiefly the life of feeling
    • itself at all to expression in words. What we need is to feel
    • with a universal feeling that fills our being through and through
    • still feel the last remnants of speech. At this stage of
    • signify forms; vowel sounds express feelings, the inner
    • house in which I feel wonder, in which I sit.” In reality speech
    • tongues, speech was born from perception of feeling and of form —
    • feeling in the vowel, form in the consonant. To-day these elements are
    • never have a true feeling or perception of the nature of man until we
    • this is indeed what we feel, when we measure the significance of being
    • Very faintly the feeling dawns that he is becoming separate from the
    • moral being of spirit and soul — which man now feels living
    • feeling resembles a feeling he can have in physical existence. For
    • just as in physical existence he feels that he is bound up with his
    • Macrocosm, through his macrocosmic spiritual heart, he feels himself
    • with this heart-beat. Just as on Earth we feel in the heart-beat the
    • beating of our spiritual, macrocosmic heart, it feels to us as though
    • being feels himself living in very truth within the spiritual heart of
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • into the super-sensible world. In the physical world he feels his
    • the life of the senses, making us feel that it is, after all, of
    • still in earthly life. Such a feeling can never be the final
    • silicious rock appears to us with the transparency of glass. We feel
    • to feel ourselves one with the whole Earth. When we have this
    • experience, beginning at the same time to feel ourselves one with the
    • This is a first feeling that can come over us. Many an ancient song,
    • insight into the real mood and feeling of the Bhagavad Gita, for
    • in which the whole feeling-content of the human soul is united with
    • clothed in words without making will and feeling one with the thoughts
    • ago. You feel as if you were living through past experiences, as if
    • Living thus in the Earth's memories, we feel for the first time the
    • the Earth's memories, we feel how our thinking is bound up with the
    • connections between the metals and the being of man. A feeling of holy
    • the deepened feeling and insight which can come to him in
    • — unless we are quite devoid of poetic feeling — to



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