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- Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
- thoughts themselves — our earthly thinking. Here on earth, our
- thinking is gradually adapted to the earthly conditions. In
- Thinking: — let us now consider, of these three, the middle
- spiritual world than in our thinking system. And it is of course the
- thinking system which takes hold of speech when speech becomes
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture II
- the human heart lies the capability of thinking things through to the
- origin. I am thinking, for instance, of two paintings by Leonardo da
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture IV
- with the thoughts we have here as with the thinking. Thinking is
- our thinking system. It is the thinking system that influences speech
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VI
- feeling. Now, feeling passes into thinking [Vorstellen].
- of mental images, or the lower aspect of thinking, has been translated
- thinking, in its relationship to feeling and willing.]
- thinking, on the other hand we have the feeling that passes into
- actually twofold. We have a feeling that is more inclined to thinking
- penetrate completely into thinking — because it would cease to
- realm of willing any more than into that of thinking. In both
- place within the realm situated between thinking and willing. It must
- not extend this far into thinking and willing; yet, the element of
- harmony has a tendency to stream, as it were, toward thinking. It
- must not penetrate thinking, but it streams toward it. This streaming
- feeling up to that of thinking. You do not find what is contained in
- thinking in the thematic melody, but the theme does contain the
- thinking; feeling becomes serene and purified. All outer aspects are
- as harmony can tend upward toward thinking, so it can tend downward
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VII
- that dwell in all things. Our organ of thinking is simply something
- Title: The Occult Basis of Music
- Life is a sorry business, and through thinking I try to make it
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