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  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture I: Cosmic Forces in Man
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    • indicated a certain feeling for the way in which affairs are shaping
    • — although that must never be belittled. Such a feeling does in
    • feeling for such things.
    • gradually come to feel himself living on Earth just as a mole might
    • feel in his mound during the winter. There is an idea that the Earth
    • A feeling of sadness cannot but overtake us when we realise that the
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture II: The Soul Life of Man ...
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    • On the other hand, consider the life of feeling. It is obvious,
    • even to superficial study, that feeling does not indicate a state of
    • what is transmitted by the senses. But when feelings rise up from the
    • same extent. Feelings link themselves with sense-perceptions. One
    • sense-impression pleases us, another displeases us. Feelings also
    • experience in dreams with what we experience in our feelings, then the
    • connection between dream-life and the life of feeling is clearly
    • be valued and understood aright. But feelings too must be observed, as
    • feelings we are, in reality, dreaming. When we dream, we dream
    • in pictures. When we are awake, we dream in our feelings. And in our
    • waking life too. In our will we are asleep and in our feelings we
    • consciousness. But in essence, the same is true of feeling and
    • feelings and thoughts which come with us, and the more we bring, the
    • through the Gate of Death. But the idealistic thoughts and feelings,
    • the pure human love, the religious feelings which have arisen in our
    • feelings, human love and piety we have brought to our Angel, the
    • very little in the way of idealistic thoughts and feelings, of human
    • way that they feel continually rejected by a world into which they
    • ought to be received, they feel continually chilled by a world which
    • thoughts or feelings, no human love or true piety, something of the
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  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture III: The Mission of the Scandanavian Peoples
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    • certain respect also to the life of feeling. The faculty of thinking
    • feeling. Our thinking faculty per se comes with us at birth
    • the qualities inherent in feeling and in will, which for this reason
    • however, we are unable to work on the child's life of feeling and of
    • belonging to feeling and to will. We injure the child's eternal life
    • if we fail to cultivate in him the right kind of feeling and. will.
    • cultivate through feeling and will — which is nevertheless
    • in the life of feeling and of will; and on the other side they enhance
    • a Guardian Angel’ and he feels no desire for detailed knowledge of how
    • feeling would be one of having lived through events which would
    • with a kind of abstract feeling. Christianity makes its way from the
    • to be able to receive divine teachings, to feel that the Gods —
    • understanding — permeated with feeling — of the external
    • life of feeling is really only another form of dream life. In our
    • feelings we dream and in the operations of our will we are asleep.
    • and of feeling during contemplation of the outer world and in the
    • must deliberately and consciously prepare your life of feeling in such
    • That is the thought I should like to leave with you. Those who feel
    • transform their easy-going thoughts and feelings and experience
    • people who feel this bond and who look with love in their hearts
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