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  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 1: On the Functions of the Nervous System
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    • rubber ball will feel itself an individual being. However, in
    • it can feel both the world and itself. A
    • nervous system always exists in order that we may feel the
    • blue, really serves to make us feel
    • feeling and cosmic ideas. These things are only of value if
    • thought? This doctor says it arises when the feeling, or the
    • sub-consciousness does not feel very much at ease, for
    • sub-consciously he feels that while he is explaining to
    • feel the spiritual foundations. For just as you have here a
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 2: Concerning the World of the Dead
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    • the word, in our feelings, in our feeling life. And there,
    • between the thought life and the feeling life, practically
    • For what interpenetrates our feeling life as a deeper reality
    • being. The feelings themselves do [not?] come to
    • more to do with feeling that we in sleep have to do with our
    • lives in his feeling life, he is actually asleep and
    • over into our feeling life, into the life of our affections.
    • consciousness of our feeling life, than we know what actually
    • live actually in feeling and emotional impulses. He dreams,
    • feeling lies quite underneath the threshold of the real,
    • it is the life of the feeling and the will — that is,
    • living, in as far as we feel and will. Only we do not know
    • feeling and willing. If we could live through the
    • reality which gives the basis of the feeling life,
    • departed dead ascends continually within our feeling life,
    • and sleep this away do we feel separated from the dead with
    • beings are now very rare who, for example, feel a sort of
    • pain, have a somewhat similar feeling when a flower is
    • feeling — only distantly similar to be sure —
    • the rose-bush — although indeed the feeling has already
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  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 3: Our Life with the Dead
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    • soul also the world of our feelings and the world of our
    • feelings only as we live through a dream; the life of
    • inasmuch as we are feeling human beings, we are, in reality,
    • our feeling life, of which our waking consciousness,
    • his feeling life in his usual consciousness, and he sleeps
    • the dead, continually permeate the life of our feeling and
    • humanity unless humanity develops this living feeling of
    • interwoven with the impulses of feeling and will of the
    • of our feelings, out of our impulses of will; in reality they
    • essentially to the life of the feeling and of the will, must
    • be grasped also by the feeling and by the will. Abstract and
    • and more, particularly with the life of feeling, with the
    • illuminated life of feeling.
    • living forces, but with living forces full of feeling. This
    • the leaf of a tree, we call forth feelings. The departed one
    • can do nothing that does not call forth feelings of joy,
    • feelings of pain, feelings of tension, relaxation, etc., in
    • new birth) in such a way that his feeling for life is either
    • send a message to the dead, you feel as if you were
    • — many like to emphasize this; he feels himself as the
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  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 4: The Rhythmical Relationship of Man with the Universe
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    • feelings, and he sleeps through everything contained as
    • existing as the deeper reality. In the life of our feelings
    • the life that lies at the foundation of our feelings. We
    • but beneath the threshold. There arise the feelings that we
    • of thought and the life of feelings. Even your own reality is
    • into the dreaming and sleeping worlds of feeling and of will.
    • be crossed by going down into the world of feeling and of
    • he is led by his feelings. He is free when he is led by his
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 5: The Members of Man's Being and the Periods of His Life
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    • his life of feeling, and sleeps away the real contents of his
    • feeling life is hardly more than a dream, and the real
    • as a dreamless sleep. Through our feelings, through the
    • Archangeloi, Archai, etc. As soon as we live in a feeling
    • — and we live constantly in feelings — all that
    • or in the realm of feeling.
    • sphere as our life of feelings. If you bear in mind the
    • especially into our feelings, in order to hold them fast.
    • question is that man first develops a feeling, and then an
    • enhanced feeling (we shall hear immediately, what is to be
    • understood exactly by “enhanced feeling”) —
    • of thought and feeling, led backwards. One felt at one with
    • realize that the impulses of feeling, the impulses of will,
    • understanding, but goes over into the impulses of feeling and
    • spiritual world, can indeed permeate our feeling with true
    • enters the life of our feeling and will. And this can be
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 6: New Spiritual Impulses in History
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    • understanding but also with your feeling, into the depths of
    • although generally speaking we do not feel inclined to take
    • no feelings of wonder and reverence for that which sought to
    • lack of feeling had increased to such an extent that there
    • feelings in respect to wonder is the consequence of the
    • against which I may at first even feel an aversion, an
    • certain feeling of a living relationship with so-called
    • our sense and not in our thoughts, but in our feelings, and
    • feeling becomes, what a deepening the human soul experiences,
    • becomes feeling, and when the ancient myths which connected
    • thoughts, passes into the soul and feelings, and human beings
  • Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 7: The Inadequacy of Natural Science for the Knowledge of the Life of the Soul
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    • feeling that they speak in concepts and ideas which are only
    • own Ego as the subject of his feelings, thoughts and
    • feeling and of will is in the realm where the dead also are.
    • we can remember, until we feel that it is not merely
    • active life of the spirit will gradually have the feeling

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