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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • feeling for such things this was especially felt. You will never
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
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    • of Raphael or Leonardo could say, because they also felt it in their
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • cursed it; for he felt (naturally he did not then know Spiritual
    • itself felt in the life of our soul.
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • of the solitude he felt when sitting among these granite mountains
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • touch. If we could have grasped it, it would have felt like wax.
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
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    • And the pupil gradually felt as if he, with his own
    • theoretically, but because it was inwardly, solemnly felt and
    • ennobled and elevated his own human nature, in that he felt it as a
    • something heard and felt as if through the ear. The mystery of the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • said to him, had felt this necessity, he was again on the point, not
    • alone, and during this silence and solitude each one really felt in
    • himself — at least it appeared that each one felt something
    • that he felt himself as if consumed by inner fire, as if inwardly
    • human head — so the pupil felt — he certainly reaches
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • echo within him — a soul numbness which felt like a bodily
    • felt that this state of consciousness was filled with a sensation of
    • numbness. But presently he felt that that which was benumbed in him,
    • in fact he himself, had been taken up by the Cosmos. He felt as if
    • which always gave him the impression of reality. So that he felt
    • at the same time he felt as if he were not in his body but
    • nevertheless in his sense organs. He felt his being in his eyes, he
    • felt his being in his ears, he felt his being also on the surface of
    • have become like the elastic but hollow statue.” And he felt an
    • inner union of his eyes, for example, with these landscapes. He felt
    • But there was something more that he felt; he did not
    • feel himself as a unity, but in very fact he felt his ego multiplied
    • as many times as he had senses; he felt his ego multiplied twelve
    • times, and because he felt his ego multiplied twelve times there came
    • felt how all that is connected with the senses and with the nerve
    • The senses belong to the winter — this is what the pupil felt.
    • symptom-complexes. The pupil felt as if he were being inwardly
    • multiplicity; he felt himself now truly drawn together as into a
    • unity. He felt himself as drawn together into his heart.
    • when he felt himself to a certain extent in empty space, in that
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • Ether-distances, and again through what had taken place when he felt
    • before himself the condition of inner numbness, so that he felt, as
    • as something quite foreign to him, when he felt his external being,
    • something coagulated. And the pupil felt himself within it; he felt
    • himself organized in this half-soft mass, and he felt the
    • belonged to you. If a man seized anything then, he simply felt it
    • man's own organization was felt as only a piece of the whole
    • experience, he felt all which was to be felt from the earth in his
    • had brought him near the Ether-distances, he felt that there outside,
    • as if each individual organ felt slightly different from before. You
    • in-streaming. The pupil felt the astral light all around him
    • felt in himself something like a springing-up of flames; he was now
    • feeling of pressure, resulted as a matter of course. All that he felt
    • as heat he felt at the same time as soul-heat as well as physical
    • And the next advance was that the pupil felt so truly
    • feel soul-heat and physical heat as one, but that which he felt as
    • And now when the pupil felt everything flowing together
    • reality. And the art which came from Hibernia could no longer be felt
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • which is of the nature of warm air. Man felt this contrast
    • qualitatively, and felt his relation to the world qualitatively. He
    • other colours, and he felt that he participated in this lead-grey
    • modest mien and yet proud standing in the world, he actually felt how
    • this is related to the entire blood-circulation of man. He felt in
    • gradually to comprehend the nature of the sun; he felt the
    • So man felt himself in his physiognomy as one born of
    • felt the metallity of the earth as born of the sun and the air;
    • felt that through the special kind of initiation which he had
    • dissatisfaction, a certain inner discomfort which was felt in this
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • could realize with truth how the Gods could be felt. For the sense of
    • in his expiration, he felt in his outgoing breath just as man usually
    • the Samothracian priestly magician felt with the air he breathed out,
    • something which came from himself. He felt his expiration as an organ
    • of touch, which went into the smoke. He felt the smoke; and in the
    • smoke he felt these great Gods, the Kabiri, streaming towards him. He
    • felt how the smoke took form and that those forms which developed in
    • This was indeed something which could be felt as mighty
    • When the pupil felt that that which characterized this
    • he felt: “You must either doubt your own knowledge or you must
    • abstraction.” The Rosicrucian pupil felt — that is, the
    • true Rosicrucian pupil felt as if the master had struck him a blow in
  • 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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    • at the same time joyful, and was thus felt by those who sought the
    • thing that was felt by those who knew in the Middle Ages. That was
    • what they felt. It was as though the divine had withdrawn in man's
    • all felt one thing very deeply: When we experiment the divine spirits
    • them through colour-phenomena; they felt how nature spirits of the
    • make themselves felt, and all this then passes over into forms of
    • Indeed we must say that we find a reminiscence of what was felt in
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • conscious way. He felt the blood streaming and working through his
    • head, and at the same time he felt this as allied to a picture of the
    • whole earth. He really experienced that when he felt the blood
    • towards the breast, man felt a copy in miniature of what ascends from

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