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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • if we are very cold. Anyone who can experience in this way the
    • relation between the will and the fact of being warm or cold will
    • head. The head carries this coldness of the will, and if the coldness
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • if it is 5 or 10 degrees below zero you feel the cold. You feel the
    • difference between heat and cold, but you feel it bodily. You do not
    • cold; you freeze, your body freezes; but you have not the feeling:
    • you are also cold in the soul. Physical heat is not at the same time
    • of today is inclined to say when he steps out into the wintry cold:
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • which in summer is warm and in winter is cold. Thou breathest the air
    • contrast with this realize cold water in any form. Simply feel it;
    • the wide spaces of the Cosmos; but in the cold water thou feelest
    • withdrawest from cold water, leaving it to have its way outside, that
    • wide spaces of the cosmos; but the cold water thou canst feel only
    • cold wateriness” mean a great deal. These are contrasts
    • signifies that which is cold and damp, “inside” that
    • heights, and that the damp and cold leads down to the subterranean
    • the warm air and the damp cold, when, armed with this feeling he
    • by the heavy cold earth to take up their abode upon it, but that, in
    • to one part of the earth and cold damp to another part, thereby
    • air and of cold water.
    • the elements of coldness and water. He observed man in the time of
    • elements of coldness and water?” In regard to what had been
    • warmth and air or of coldness and damp.
    • warmth. Out of the coldness there developed the feeling for the
    • carried from the north-west as the elements of cold and damp, and
    • from the north-east, the dry cold, and what drifted over from the
    • of damp warmth, and of damp cold; and as a true man of that epoch he
    • Here in Macedonia he experienced only cold dampness or
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