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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • bones.” Truly, the Greek Temple lives in us because we are that
    • takes place. Again the upshot is that Diocletian still lives. The
    • which we live.
    • bring home to you that for everything that truly lives, in the course
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture I: The Acanthus Leaf
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    • so that I was able to live, as it were, in the whole
    • must live there is the speech of Spiritual Science, in its
    • feeling of form — the inner feeling that makes one live
    • grow to love it, so that we live in it with inner feeling and
    • is to live in our building. It simply cannot be
    • — although it only lives as unconscious feeling in the
    • understand all that lives in the Spirit — the Spirit
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture II: The House of Speech
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    • how to love; they will learn to live in harmony and peace
    • the sanctuary of the God. Human beings may live for miles
    • Human beings are not necessarily within the Temple; they live
    • occupations of the human beings who live on the land. Service
    • The wall lives — that is the difference.
    • do not live, but etheric walls, spiritual walls are indeed
    • lives. We want to make relief a living thing. Relief
    • lives in the sculptured forms is three dimensional; relief is
    • walls must live, but live in accordance with truth itself.
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture III: The New Conception of Architecture
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    • fact that man, as he lived on the earth, was also united with
    • it typifies the independent Self, he is learning to live in
    • world. If we really live into the form of the second
    • begin to live with the forms. We do not merely behold the
    • and mastery.” The very soul lives with the form. And
    • action. If we live in this form we have the feeling
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture IV: True Aesthetic Laws of Form
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    • is then applied in a special instance. Some creature lives in
    • Certain creatures live, let us say, in sand of a particular
    • it is wood.’ The creature lives in the sand, its astral
    • the astral body and the environment. The living being lives
    • live, as it were, under the surface of the sea of colour and
    • colours, to live in them as within our own element. One
    • Every artistic impulse lived originally in the moving being
    • imitate an object in the external sense. All that lived and
  • Title: Ways/Architecture: Lecture V: The Creative World of Colour
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    • lived, for instance, in Goethe. In saying this I have
    • Dante lived within a culture that teemed with import —
    • of colour is, in its very being, fluidic and alive — an
    • element moreover in which our soul lives. And a time will
    • colour; the animal lives wholly within it and the fact that
    • but to live with colour, to experience the inner life-force
    • instance, if the flow of the colour really lives — if
    • Hildebrand. It is impossible to live into the essence of
    • — again it is as if the colour becomes inwardly alive.
    • not know how to live with colour because it seems to pass
    • blue really live and move, we should indeed inwardly flow
    • will really be able to fathom what lives in the world of form
    • penetration into nature. What lives in the elements is,
    • depths of the soul; we must seek that which lives in the
    • Spirit in the same way as the Madonnas lived in Raphael, so
    • lived in him that he was able to paint them as he did. The
    • allegory, all that lives in our idea of the world — not
    • is the sense in which we must look at all that lives in forms
    • how the cosmos lives in the figures of the world of myths and
    • measure of our own stature and live in cosmic life. Colour is
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