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- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
- from the memory into the physiognomy, into the gesture, into the
- physiognomy and his gestures, and inwardly his temperament, for we
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
- physiognomy of Ahriman because he has carried moral evil in his soul
- reproduce in himself that which forms the physiognomy of evil men.
- in physiognomy to himself; thus he who carries evil through the gate
- physiognomy and he only perceives those human beings who also bear an
- Ahrimanic physiognomy. That must remain a purely psychic experience
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
- The Being of Gesture and of Physiognomy
- that which appears as the physiognomy, the gestures, the external
- the ego is expressed in the gestures and in the physiognomy. A man
- countenance; finer experiences are not imprinted in the physiognomy
- external appearance, in physiognomy and gesture, is also something
- physiognomy and gesture. With those human beings who express much of
- shining ego. Now this resulting gesture and physiognomy unites itself
- expresses his inner soul-life in his physiognomy and gestures, for
- of memories, and a being of physiognomy and gesture is continually
- physiognomy and gesture pass over into the inner being of nature.
- physiognomy, and this then continues throughout his whole life. As
- physiognomy and gesture. This penetration which takes place in sleep
- our gestures and our physiognomy.
- and more in his physiognomy and gestures, he not only receives an
- Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
- down from Aristotle to posterity is his writing on physiognomy; by
- which however is not to be understood merely the physiognomy of the
- face, but the physiognomy of the whole man was studied with the
- physiognomy of man over the whole earth, in the living way it was
- So man felt himself in his physiognomy as one born of
- Aristotle by studying his physiognomy in such a way that he could
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