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- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
- as borne in from outside. Our brow, the upper part of our head is
- grown out from within man, and the upper portion of the head as
- understand the form of a true Grecian sculptured head unless you have
- to see the expression of the mouth, or to look at the foreheads or
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
- the head of man appears but faintly to the gaze of the soul. The rest
- rebirth this form transforms itself into the head of the next
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
- is as though all our thoughts were carried in our heads, as if they
- head. The head carries this coldness of the will, and if the coldness
- does not become so severe as to produce a frosty feeling the head
- in all directions. Winter-will carries them into our head. We can
- our head we feel to be related to the winter. Through the will we
- Of my head.
- Ye creative Soul-forces of my head
- the head pass over into the whole body. They first fill the body and
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
- you were to knock your head against it your skull would crack but not
- lantern on their heads which shines and also gives warmth. Down below
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VI
- into itself the thought of the head; and then, how something from the
- up towards the head something like heat, and this heat, this fire,
- heights of the head and envelopes it.
- say: Man feels essentially his head as encompassing the whole
- head, in the human breast and head he can ascend with words through
- sense-organs of the head, or of the sense-organs in general you would
- has to think in isolation with his head. Within are his thoughts and
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
- Over this statue, over the head of this statue which was
- peculiarly characteristic, over the head there was something which
- The whole head was such that one saw it must really be
- as a Soul-Eye. The head as Soul-Eye represented microcosmically the
- macrocosm came to expression through the Sun in this colossal head.
- the human head, which knows what are the impulses of the macrocosm
- that the head was created out of these rays. There was something
- indefinite about the head.
- permeated the organism and caused the head to grow out of the
- elapsed, he saw his initiating priest as if rising above the head of
- head of the statue, the rest of him was below, to a certain extent
- human head — so the pupil felt — he certainly reaches
- there where he had seen before the head of the Knowledge-statue, he
- head of the other statue he read the word “Art.”
- them directed the head of the pupil towards that which the other
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
- went in spite of everything through human heads, even though these
- human heads did not understand it. It went through human heads,
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
- part the Father carries round his head and in his arms before thee.
- “Aristotle was always a headstrong pupil of Plato; so that Plato
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
- his body and what the pupil formerly knew as the content of his head
- of the heart were driven into the head. And in this human being
- head, and what he can know of the heavens lives in his head; thus
- means logically and abstractly, there lives in his head only the
- of his head and that which the Gods sought to reveal to him of the
- the neck, to indicate to him that the abstraction of the modern head
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
- head, and at the same time he felt this as allied to a picture of the
- streaming up through his head. And there, in that sphere where the
- head is not enclosed by the bones, where it opens itself downwards
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