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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • life of soul run wild when anyone is willing to be satisfied
    • mood of soul within the two boundaries mentioned.
    • is a certain limited sphere in our mood of soul in which our
    • appear as if what is seen here to be a demand of our soul,
    • soul, either in artistic creation or in the enjoyment of art.
    • to find that the soul-processes in the artist and the lover
    • experiences to begin with a certain process of the soul which
    • not going deeply enough into the human soul to grasp what
    • life, out of certain regions of the soul far down in the
    • art-appreciating processes of man's soul — promoted by
    • the soul is really infinitely more profound than is generally
    • unconsciously, the human being has in the depths of his soul
    • have to go deeper down into this life of the soul to discover
    • the mood lying between those two boundaries. Our life of soul
    • there is in man's soul something that seems to surge freely
    • quite unconsciously. It is something that, when the soul is
    • a soundly-constituted human being. Our life of soul, when it
    • vision. A healthy life of soul consists simply in confining
    • after the vision, which in reality exists in the soul of each
    • of us, can be satisfied if we confront the soul with an
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  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • purely through activity of the soul, independently of the
    • of the extant to which it is possible for the soul, free of
    • experiences of the soul in its pure state. In order, however,
    • resulting experience in his soul, the fuller his productions
    • our contemporaries that the human soul can so strengthen its
    • slumbering powers that soul life can function in complete
    • soul lives only in immediately present impressions, unmingled
    • the soul with its inner pictures and experiences lives in a
    • soul are quite different. Those, however, who strive for
    • condition in which the soul penetrates into the spiritual
    • world. While in this condition the soul is able, through its
    • of soul; but even when he deliberately puts himself into this
    • soul in such a way that the soul is at rest, that the whole
    • and willing develop towards within, an activity of soul that
    • It is an activity of soul to which thought-structures are
    • the soul of the seer penetrates into spiritual reality which
    • soul — which bears him into that world — is served by
    • with every tone, with every melody, as though his very soul
    • were living in waves of tone and sound. The soul is outpoured
    • the sea than realization of the way in which the human soul,
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  • Title: Goethe As Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics: Steiner's First Lecture
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    • short, everything that leads the soul of man into a veritable
    • spiritual labyrinth. Nature stands there bereft of soul, devoid
    • Hence also after death his soul continues,
    • culmination of humanity, appear before our soul. Only when this
  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • of a reality which this woman's soul had barely been able to
    • soul of this woman became aware at that moment what the event
    • the soul of that woman through the channel of this
    • compared with the impressions and feelings of the soul. But a
    • inner sorrow concerning some event. When the soul of the
    • race. I appear to thee now just as a human soul would appear,
    • Thereupon, this woman's soul felt drawn upon to ask,
    • Thereupon the woman's soul felt compelled to ask, “In
    • help me by uniting thy soul with mine, and bringing into me
    • soul of the woman did so. She became one with that figure of
    • Because thou hast will to remain a soul and hast not united
    • The soul
    • plane, the soul of the woman, being in the condition of
    • the soul of the woman put a question to the figure,
    • soul of the woman asked, “What can I do for
    • The soul
    • woman's soul expand, waxing great and beautiful. And the
    • the ability to endow the souls of men upon the physical plane
    • since the soul of this woman still kept a memory of her
    • The soul
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