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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • a certain intellectual thinking, an intellectual feeling concerning
    • for the spreading of this new spiritual life, we cannot but feel that
    • feeling that something will reveal itself here, something new in the
    • (1st. Picture) which could be in no other form. This is the feeling
    • do as yet — to turn his feelings away from all that is symbolical
    • and allows himself to be carried into a really organic-artistic, a feeling
    • the lobe of his ear; if you have the right intuitive thinking and feeling,
    • the principal entrance. If you can feel it in its forms, you will feel
    • of weight. If you can feel the forms in this way, you have grasped a
    • for willing and that both these are held together by the power of feeling;
    • whole form into your feeling, they will be to you,the expression of
    • to his balance. One ought to have that feeling here, for simply from
    • that feeling did the form arise. I might say that besides this, one
    • should feel that the form must be what it is, for although it is not
    • Now one cannot help feeling
    • out, but of feeling the heavy pressure of the overhanging weight of
    • feeling the form and in so doing, of arousing the mood that may come
    • If you stand here in the Building and feel the Building, that is, feel
    • all the weighty pressure of the whole Building, you will then feel this
    • will feel what the whole structure means. The attempt has here been
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • architecture, so that you have not the feeling that it has been added
    • you will feel yourself forced from a certain point onward. Through this
    • of evolution you feel yourself forced onward to mould not something
    • form and the next you would feel obliged to mould in this way (see 3th
    • here is a change” and one has the feeling that one can see in
    • is actually included in it and so you feel that out of the complicated
    • has the feeling that this. line has to be completed in thought (dotted
    • that in the beginning the sectarian feelings of a great many people
    • themselves up so that we have the feeling the walls do not enclose us,
    • we shall feel ourselves into the shape and then we experience how this
    • feel, here is reality, they will not let it evolve. If it was a matter
    • trouble to slander what is born of real force. For because they feel
    • holding ourselves above cliques and personal feelings, and all these
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • artistic feeling certainly will only be admitted by him who has a presentiment
    • to soar up to the feeling, that from this mysterious world of colour
    • that we should have merely a feeling for the single colour; the single
    • as such. To see blue means to feel an intense desire, longing, to go
    • colour; to look at red calls forth a feeling of being attacked, as if
    • pitiful to see how those who are possessed of artistic feeling truly
    • feel that the old forms of art are bankrupt, that they can go no further,
    • the feeling: Thou makest thyself indeed free, but in so doing thou comest
    • the feeling of death, death which always accompanies the most important
    • ideals in the search for knowledge. It would be unbearable to a feeling
    • some extent represents the contrast to the feeling of Death. Thus a
    • - you will particularly feel this when you look at the colouring of
    • but he feels a necessity from the creative cosmic forces to place a
    • in it and which must necessarily be drawn out, if one has a living feeling
    • conception of the Christ. The essential is that we feel what is here
    • along the road of feeling, perception and will, he will discover the
    • you what you are capable of feeling, when, on receiving the information
    • with the information I have given you to-day, seek to feel that which
    • centre-point of our considerations and of our feeling within our anthroposophical
    • He who truly feels at what
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