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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • The Experience of Feeling
    • become acquainted with this feeling of living in thoughts.
    • thinking. You will find therefore a fundamental tone or feeling in this
    • he no longer feels himself to be outside the cosmic secret, but
    • entirely different happens. He has the feeling, quite a right
    • feeling, that with his thinking, which is not confined to any one
    • place, he can grasp everything inwardly. He feels that he is
    • extends spiritual feelers outwards, as I might say, so with this
    • finally acquire the feeling of becoming free from himself, of getting
    • our feeling of life is intensified while giving ourselves up to our
    • gradually see the dawn in a new way; you may have a new feeling on
    • prophetic force in itself. You will begin to feel the dawn as
    • meaning with this prophetic force, so that you get a feeling, which
    • may gradually bring yourself into a condition in which you feel when
    • it is a quality of my own inner feeling. I myself at this moment am
    • the dawn.” When you feel thus united with the dawn so that you
    • as a living feeling, — then you will also feel as if you
    • will feel that the sun does not leave you alone, the sun is not there
    • while you are here but you feel that your existence extends in a
    • If you develop this feeling which, as we have said, does
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
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    • When we penetrate into these facts we feel, if we regard
    • body, is but a kind of shadowy picture, but on the soul's feeling and
    • period after death, a man's whole feeling and perception is
    • silence. They can sit together for whole evenings without feeling
    • the body, and producing a kind of inner feeling of the muscles (when
    • a person walks and feels his muscles that is different from
    • rising mist melancholy feelings are aroused in man, it is now that
    • his thoughts and at the same time to a certain extent his feelings
    • himself to the feeling that his thinking is like a breathing in
    • light. Man then feels his thinking, he feels it like a breathing in
    • feeling for what lies on the other side of the Threshold, for that
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • go to sleep.” It is perhaps the most beautiful of all feeling
    • feeling; and the rose-bush absorbs into its own being while we are
    • get a very impressive feeling if you take up the
    • stream which flows from east to west; because gradually you feel more
    • finger-tips, and we feel that it is easy to develop the will.
    • go even to the stars, if in summer nights we feel endowed with this
    • does not become so severe as to produce a frosty feeling the head
    • thus learn to differentiate our will, and then we shall feel that the
    • our head we feel to be related to the winter. Through the will we
    • There is a possibility of feeling as a reality the words
    • words are not a mere abstraction; for if a man feels his own will
    • united with nature, he can, at the approach of winter feel as if from
    • That is the feeling of the winter-will; but man can also
    • feel the summer-will which expands our thoughts out into the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • feeling that just as we live imaginatively into the crystal covering
    • We feel ourselves one with the cosmos. And above all else it now
    • millions of crystal eyes of the earth we are prepared to feel the
    • it in the Feeling-Soul.
    • Thereby, however, we feel ourselves as Man once again
    • himself lives, feels and projects himself in experience into the
    • But the first feeling of which I am speaking may be
    • which comes over from former earthly lives. Anyone who has a feeling
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • metallic elements of the earth back into those ancient times we feel
    • withdraw its feelers.
    • discover in those ancient times. We feel so bound up with these
    • things that we feel this whole process as an expansion of the human
    • arises from within. The speaker may feel pleasure in it or not. It
    • life. One feels oneself, as has been said, united as a human being
    • that he might be prepared for independent feeling during his earth
    • In like manner, through this second creation feeling
    • him as an earthly human being with willing, feeling and thinking.
    • For that which man is today as a thinking, feeling and
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
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    • follows: “Learn to feel in your own instrument of speech what
    • over again: “Notice what you feel when the word sounds forth
    • content of feeling.
    • feeling of that which rises is predominant while in the words “I
    • am not” the feeling of that which descends prevails.
    • closely to the intimate inner feeling and personal experiences of the
    • latter process the word becomes inwardly perceptible, man can feel it
    • downwards of the word towards feeling. Thus in man's speech thought
    • and feeling weave, in that by this living wave-movement of speech the
    • was intended that he should feel the following:
    • of the earth, then he feels everything which then happened as part of
    • this stage of evolution he does not feel himself as a tiny man
    • enclosed in a skin; he feels himself as embracing the whole
    • say: Man feels essentially his head as encompassing the whole
    • feels as taking place within himself. But how does he feel this
    • this: Something very wonderful comes before us if, with a feeling for
    • planets. There one could feel the connection between this bony system
    • to feel himself as a covering or veil of the tiny reflection of this
    • Let us now endeavour to feel how this development of the
    • The pain we feel today must continue to be pain, and will do so in
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • feeling that that which we can clamp into words is something no
    • most natural and simple way they developed feelings which ordinary
    • wholly under the influence of these rays. And the feeling came to him
    • experiences when it feels: I stand now before the Power which guards
    • ways to that which we must feel in the words: Now I am standing on
    • was brought to have the feeling that he could not overcome these
    • had been brought to feel the necessity that man should come to this
    • feeling: Many say to me here in the physical world, ‘You must
    • feeling: One must struggle through to the inner joyful fullness of
    • longed for as truth. The pupils had indeed the feeling that on that
    • disappointments in the physical world. But there were also feelings
    • feeling and the other. The pupil was, so to speak, tested in the
    • filled one might say with this feeling of radiating fear: What man
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • many cases shorter, the pupils were kept above all to feel the echo
    • his skin. Here especially when he experienced his sense of feeling,
    • feel himself as a unity, but in very fact he felt his ego multiplied
    • feeling that the earth-ego must be conquered, there arose in him
    • first, which arose out of a numbness, he had clearly the feeling that
    • not feel himself as he did before, dismembered into his senses as a
    • self-possession and feeling of kinship in his innermost human nature,
    • yet fully in the condition to feel this dying spirit, which is
    • inwardly control thyself when thou dost feel poured out into and
    • always have an inner clear knowledge according to the feeling which
    • progress of his post-earthly life. And when he made the feeling of
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • tract, or in the sensation of feeling, etc., when he thus became
    • between experience at that time and experience today. Today we feel
    • in the man the foolishness is evident of feeling ourselves limited by
    • soon be in me is outside. So that we only feel ourselves rightly
    • Today when you take hold of a table you do not feel as if the table
    • Ether-distances, to that point where he could feel: The paths of the
    • living way than today. It may be compared with the way that a feeling
    • vivifying element, enabling him to feel his organization right into
    • indeed be able to feel that if you freely expose yourself to the sun,
    • sun becomes uncomfortable to your inner feeling; but if you expose
    • heat pour on to your body and into your organism, then you will feel
    • was so instructed that he was placed in the sun, and was led to feel
    • through touch feel the form of an object. And so if one organ in your
    • astral light, he would not now pre-eminently feel himself, but he
    • would feel in his consciousness a mighty world, a world of which he
    • This element is really nothing but Nature-goodness, for I feel
    • consisting in quite volatile imponderable elements, I feel how out of
    • pupil had been led to it, to feel himself only in his senses, when he
    • was as if he did not feel himself as flesh and blood, as bones and
    • which a man feels in himself, but which is kindled by contact with
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • of aeons of time, and he learnt to feel in the right way what the
    • the Eleusinian Mysteries, in his inner being, a feeling of being one
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • is able to absorb them into his feeling, will be able to sense, even
    • upon his soul two polarically opposite feelings. The pupil who sought
    • exhorted to feel himself intensely as man in his relation to nature
    • realize and feel the warm air. He was told: “Picture to thyself
    • feel, when this warm air approaches thee, that something really wants
    • contrast with this realize cold water in any form. Simply feel it;
    • thou dost not feel at home in this. In the warm air thou canst feel
    • the wide spaces of the Cosmos; but in the cold water thou feelest
    • strange, not at all at home in it. Thou feelest, when thou
    • earth, and thou feelest thyself to be in thy proper place observing
    • them from without. Thou canst really only feel the warm air within
    • wide spaces of the cosmos; but the cold water thou canst feel only
    • was confronted. He was taught to feel that the words “outside”
    • through which man can feel himself fitted in to the world with the
    • When, with this inner feeling for the contrast between
    • the warm air and the damp cold, when, armed with this feeling he
    • these deepened feelings of which I have just spoken looked at the
    • The pupil could feel this because he had previously
    • connection. When he had developed such an intensified life of feeling
    • revealed the secret of the planets. Man's feelings were not then so
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • of the instruction he had gone through, he had this feeling: “Now
    • with truth, what a quartz crystal feels like, what a hair feels like,
    • what the human skin feels like, what the skin of an animal feels
    • like, what silk or velvet feel like. Man is today capable of that. He
    • can realize all these things vividly in his feeling. In the
    • feeling, of contacting the Gods. The most marvelous thing is really
    • feels when he stretches out a hand to touch something; and just as we
    • know the different feeling in our finger-tips when they are
    • contacting say silk, to what they feel when they contact velvet or
    • which he learnt to feel while speaking, and while the pupil
    • progressed more and more and learnt to feel himself in this element
    • Ages. There, in preparation for true knowledge, man was made to feel
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIII: Transition from the Spirit of the Ancient Mysteries to the Spirit of the Mysteries of the Middle Ages
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    • reference to their effect on the life of feeling. There was much of
    • furnishes quite another feeling. at the starting point of the path
    • in a dead way that which exists in man in a living and feeling way.
    • and of man. Then they had the feelings: “These things of
    • These medieval investigators had the feeling: “I have
    • was the feeling.
    • tragic feeling to be found in these medieval investigators of nature.
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • note predominates. The peculiar trait is the feeling which existed in
    • knowledge which came from their inner feeling, a cognition acquired
    • with heart and feeling.
    • prepared in his soul to observe the solar orb with the right feeling,
    • the right mood of soul. He had to make, his feeling so receptive, so
    • but they are not prepared in their feeling to receive this impression
    • get into touch. That was the feeling of these medieval alchemists and

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