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  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • come in contact with the picture formed by Jupiter. In a wonderful
    • given us in the wonderful achievements of physical science — is
    • wonderful and amazing picture rises up before us. Gazing upon the
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture III
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    • to be wondered at that numbers of people think very much the same and
    • This is a wonderful work which proceeds in the spiritual world, and in
    • look, to find the source of all that can so deeply stir our wonder and
    • influences were principally at work. Then came the wonderful epoch of
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture IV
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    • sound springs from astonishment or wonder in the soul. When we utter
    • of a wonder that is felt in the very depths of the soul. The
    • house in which I feel wonder, in which I sit.” In reality speech
    • human being has learned to know the names of the wonderful and
    • head-organisation can also begin. This is a wonderful work, — one
    • speaking, each single human head is seen to be a wonderful world,
    • Wonderful it is beyond all telling, to come in this way to a knowledge
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture V
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    • that all the loveliness and wonder of the world of nature which makes
    • majesty of the earthly life of the senses. Wonderful, full of poetry
    • “I.” Nor can we wonder at this. We need only consider how
    • many an ancient myth, brimful of wonderful revelations, rings to us
    • to wonderful experiences. The copper, silver and gold within the Earth
    • to the wonderful story told by the metals, you say to yourself:
    • speak in wonderful manner of their deeds upon the Earth. He knows then
    • us in wonderful words by the Beings among whom we live between death
    • One of the most wonderful experiences man can have is to be able to
    • satisfied with speaking in an abstract manner of the wonderful
    • contemplation of the wonderful connection between the metals of the
    • Then, if we can get beyond the utilitarian point of view, wonderful
    • Wonderful it is beyond all telling to watch month by month how the
    • all its wonder and calm majesty, beholding it with mind at rest,



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