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- Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
- do, indeed, have something else. It is what we call feelings of
- feel to be good, the other evil. If we wish to summarize what thus
- or ugly, good or evil, but that we feel impelled to do this or that,
- we go to bed with our feelings vividly stirred, when we know that we
- feelings prevents us from falling asleep. It is impossible then to
- external world vanishes, and we feel as if our soul being were
- elements of the cosmos. A profound feeling of satisfaction may be
- the feeling: "This is something connected with all wholesome
- asleep, he feels so much the fresher and more filled with
- life-forces, and the feeling often arises: "If only this moment could
- one feels, in addition, how the bodily nature is deserted by the soul
- asleep, and we feel that they fructify us. We sense an extraordinary
- the moment of falling asleep feels in this moment that, if he cannot
- the next morning that we have waked with a feeling of
- remorse or the joy, to reflect about them; we feel them in our body.
- observe his will impulses feels that they are simply present again;
- our thoughts may be, thoughts that are not sustained by feelings go
- feeling. This goes no further than just under the surface. Indeed,
- thoughts, into concepts, when we feel one thing to be good and
- The only thing that helps us is to unite feelings with our
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- Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
- feeling that one has been pushed into something, has been driven into
- it, this feeling of discontent, is also a sign of weakness of
- of conceptions, on the other. The emotions, the feelings of the
- warmth, a feeling of well-being, or whether, on the other hand, he
- environment foster both the feelings of the heart and also the will.
- life. A serene heart, a harmonious life of feeling, determines not
- special deeds of pity, through this feeling entrance into others.
- clairvoyance does not have in this connection simply the feeling that
- signifies that he has acquired a feeling for such things, and this
- complains more and more that he comes off badly. When any one feels
- gradually perfect in freedom our thinking, feeling, and will
- him to impart to souls through the word itself feelings of the heart
- to feel that I am a human being, one link in a chain which has to
- Bodhisattvas, Buddhas, Christ. I must say to myself: ‘To feel
- human being.’ This I must sense; this I must feel."
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