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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • the inner constitution and attitude of the human soul in earlier
    • their place, we find indications in the innermost sanctuary, of how
    • dynamic power, of inner forces weaving in the forms, it is whole and
    • Spirit we are able to look behind this countenance into the inner
    • should find, inasmuch as the countenance expresses the inner man,
    • that the countenance and the inner man are related in just the same
    • inner. And there, in the innermost sanctuary, a human soul is
    • inner world stream perpetually through his being, directing his gaze
    • man? Only when man speaks, when his inner life of soul pours
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • point is that in the course of the modern age the inner
    • principle, the understanding of the inner principle of
    • artistic creation has gradually been lost. And if this inner
    • this consciousness gave rise to such intense inner feeling in
    • from an inner perception and understanding of the postures of
    • erroneous, is an indication of the inner connections of the
    • for the essential thing is a true inner feeling for form in
    • idea of the workings of form but what he lacks is the inner
    • feeling of form — the inner feeling that makes one live
    • grow to love it, so that we live in it with inner feeling and
    • inner necessities are bound up with this. One can never do
    • that will express my inner being in forms?’ I am sure
    • able to carry this building through. How inner progress is
    • inner feeling for what this building ought to contain and to
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • Everything in the building will have an inner value. Every
    • part of the larynx has inner value; no words could be uttered
    • significance of the connection between colour and the inner
    • the outer with the inner. They will each in themselves be of
    • spiritual, musical harmony of the outer with the inner world.
    • in the thicker and thinner strata of the glass. That is to
    • solid, and surfaces where the glass is thinner. The light
    • will shine more strongly through the thinner places in the
    • that moment we must have movement, inner movement; we must
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • Spirit must in their very form express inner
    • variation (2) we shall feel: “The inner is stronger
    • lines, “here the inner has conquered!” Our souls
    • thought becomes the thought of speech, of inner
    • often so difficult to realise is that man, in his inner
    • always the same. In this inner feeling of equality the astral
    • ellipse but is not the same. This line contains an inner
    • but in the inner sense there is really one line, and when we
    • conception of the inner form of the larger section of our
    • a building which is a direct expression of the living, inner
    • understand the inner meaning and purport of this existence.
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • because the inner life surging within him used him as an
    • his inner being. It is only gradually that the imitative
    • power flowing into our inner being from the World-Spirit Who
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • that moved the innermost being of man. In the nineteenth
    • of pictures. The soul is not moved by what is seen, no inner
    • but to live with colour, to experience the inner life-force
    • an intellectualistic garb to this inner essence and perceives
    • moment the form has colour, the inner movement in the colour
    • draw a little nearer to this inner living weaving of colours
    • must seek for inner connection between all our forms and
    • colours here and the spiritual knowledge that moves innermost
    • permeates the soul in the innermost depths of her being
    • inner driving force of the soul can become part of our very
    • celebrate the inner confluence of the soul with Spiritual
    • filled with a certain sorrow, but an inner power will make us



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