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  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • physical body of man in all its form is the result of a mighty
    • spiritual activity — an activity which man performs in unison
    • that which man forms and creates in this activity — we may call
    • — is not so formed as already to contain the faculty of upright
    • earthly life. He has left the former and has not yet entered into the
    • earthly information and earthly knowledge; and to all this our
    • these days to be having so excellent a performance of song, here in
    • fact that something or other in our body has a certain plastic form.
    • its plastic form and structure, may really be conceived as
    • each of them can at the same time be conceived as a form), these
    • these you can best understand by somehow perceiving in their form and
    • considering the speech that forms a part of present-day civilisation,
    • through its consonantal nature shapes and forms the vowel
    • consonantal nature, which is plastically shaped and formed in
    • contain our present form of J or V. It consisted only
    • Physics to believe that the peculiar forms in the air are the reality
    • airy forming of the sound the earthly image of a thing of soul and
    • now formed for his earthly needs, just as his walking is transformed,
    • clairvoyance in an earthly form. We are tempted to say: — As
    • solid form, to play upon this plastic instrument of music and now, in
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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture I
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    • what the origin is of the artistically formed tones and what they are
    • will rules the entire world. It forms the stones, then brings forth
    • form or a ripple of waves in which the images of the will —
    • all the faults. He formed an archetype from many human beings, which
    • peculiar transformation of his dream world. When, during meditation,
    • attains a still higher stage when he is able to transform the
    • formerly knew nothing. This new world is not one of light and colors
    • being that forms the basis of esoteric investigation: physical body,
    • it is placed within the sentient body. Just as a sword forms a whole
    • works consciously on the purification and transformation of astral
    • astral body. Man's evolution consists of his transforming with
    • is transformed into Manas (spirit self), then the etheric body into
    • needs for the transformation of the physical body must be attained
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture II
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    • strength and is noble and outstanding, and from this he forms an
    • streams into the soul like the divine in its different forms. Hence,
    • however, transforms the three states of consciousness. First, man's
    • transforming dreamless sleep into a conscious state. This world that
    • to surround its forms; it does not wish to absorb anything from
    • expresses it in his philosophical formulations.
    • transformed into matter. The same is true of the works of sculptors
    • form.
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture III
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    • the physical form of the body — of the nose, for instance —
    • is much older than the sense of hearing. Formerly, man perceived
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture IV
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    • are transformations of functions that man carries out in pre-earthly
    • begun. We know that the form of man's physical body is the
    • and a new birth. What man forms in this way, however — that
    • life nor yet in that of his earthly life. He has left the former and
    • thoughts contain earthly information and knowledge, and language is
    • actually based on the delicate sculptural formation of our body
    • M is based on something having a definite form in our body. In
    • speaking of these forms, one is not always referring only to the
    • the entire human being. The form of the human organism could be
    • form. If they are combined, they in turn represent the complete
    • sculptural form of the human organization. Not speaking symbolically
    • all consonants represents the sculptural form of the human organism.
    • forms the vowel streams in a consonantal direction. This was not the
    • way in which he formulates the language of his poems. A person who
    • must adapt its sculptural form to earthly conditions. Earthly
    • formations of the tone element we have an earthly reflection of a
    • soul. Instead of being outwardly formed by the element of consonants,
    • body: the consonant element in him becomes the sculptural form of the
    • sculptural form, is used by the soul to play on this bodily
    • out of the cosmos, that has taken on form. Put the human heart on a
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  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
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    • forms of art. Hence, Goethe said that music is entirely form and
    • made between the content of music and the subject of an art form.
    • our age with former times, we find our age characterized in a
    • example. The eye brings man into connection with all visible forms of
    • the outer world, even artistic forms. The eye is important to a
    • experience. All musical forms, however, in which the third and what
    • feels that he is an earthly being when he plays music. Formerly, when
    • and took hold of the as yet formless earthly being in, I would like
    • the beginning form the first tone of the octave, we have begun from
    • form of proving the existence of God. That is what the experience of
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VI
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    • drawing the musical experience inward came later. Formerly, man felt
    • [In the following passages, Vorstellen, the forming
    • otherwise formed. Melody contains something akin to mental images,
    • of forms. The child will comprehend a certain inner rhythm while it
    • the experience of the fourth, but a kind of summation forms within
    • you focus on what is said here, you will grasp better the forms that
    • are more or less the forms that can be used as stereotypical forms,
    • as typical forms. In the case of the forms that have been developed
    • these forms express the experience of the fourth or the fifth.
    • in form. The individual intervals thus are contained in the forms as
    • performer in these forms; and quite by itself the instinct will arise
    • the form of the soul's composition is the same as clairvoyantly
    • with intuition. The form of the soul's composition during the
    • formerly. They are gone, they have disappeared from the ancient
    • fragmentary, informal way. I believe we will soon have an opportunity
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VII
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    • form, how the realms of the physical-etheric world — the
    • the Exusiai or beings of form (see following diagram).
    • form, the forces or beings of form. They are the bearers of cosmic
    • and had come to experience and behold these form beings, would, in
    • order to form a correct picture, a true imagination of them, have had
    • were, these form beings let stream forth radiant thought forces which
    • forces of form, have the task of pouring thoughts into all the world
    • the form forces of that particular age, a super-sensible science would
    • of form — gave their thought forces up to the Archai, to the
    • beginnings, or Archai, took over the task formerly executed by the
    • the Exusiai, the form beings, retained only the task of regulating
    • formerly bestowed the thoughts on human beings; they now give human
    • their individuality. As the world of thoughts passes from the form
    • formerly they were located behind the appearance of things; they
    • could enclose in himself, as it were, what formerly offered itself to
    • time were formed completely differently. The substance of their
    • a much diminished form, this musical experience still existed in the
    • world from the cosmos and unites it with himself. Formerly, his most
    • before which the dominion over thoughts passed from the form beings
    • what the human being experienced then, but perhaps one can form an
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  • Title: The Occult Basis of Music
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    • form. It is the same with painting — and today the tendency is
    • — man has the faculty of forming mental images. These are like a
    • When man creates a work of art, it springs from his image-forming
    • Now it is also possible to transform into a conscious condition the
    • word formed from them.”
    • scabbard form a single whole, so do the Sentient Soul and the sentient



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