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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Contents
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    • of soul life. Feeling partaking of both the clarity of thinking
    • body. The connection between dream and feeling (nightmares).
    • nature. Halves originated from an instinctive feeling for
    • enhanced feeling of self and to memory of existence before
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Foreword
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    • off from any conscious feeling- relationship he once had,
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture I: The Human Soul in Relation to World Evolution
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    • depth of the human soul. The way man through religion feels
    • feels self-contained within his soul; he feels himself within
    • thoughts and feelings concerning the world and its further
    • knowledge, there well up impulses of thinking, feeling and
    • reality of his being in feeling and sensation. This leads him
    • to expression, on the one hand, in his feeling of isolation
    • within his thinking, feeling and willing, and, on the other, in
    • that he feels dissatisfied with this situation. The feeling of
    • feeling. He becomes aware that concepts and ideas formed, let
    • feelings which bestow on them warmth of soul. In the other
    • accompanied by feelings. We determine an action in response to
    • certain feelings. And we accompany the result with
    • feelings of either satisfaction or dissatisfaction. We
    • feeling.
    • feel we are dealing with images of whatever the concepts
    • between the two, lie sensation and feeling which color the
    • mental pictures, and color also the will impulses. Our feelings
    • indifferent to things we feel delight in the rose; it gives us
    • pleasure. We feel an inner satisfaction in the existence
    • feelings of pleasure and satisfaction arise within us. Exactly
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  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture II: The True Nature of Memory - 1
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    • hear and feel there slips into our inner being all that which
    • unchanged. The one who has them feels satisfied that he has
    • words. It is a very pleasurable feeling. But the written
    • pleasurable feelings; they cause pain. What has become
    • pale concepts warmth of feeling must be poured to rescue the
    • evolution, when one feels the greatest intensity of pleasure
    • other past age. When, for instance, one feels how
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture III: The True Nature of Memory - 2
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    • acknowledge that feeling presents a much duller state of
    • consciousness than thinking. Feelings surge through the soul
    • become conscious, that as soon as we are awake, feelings come
    • himself: Dreams have a pictorial quality; feelings are
    • their content, dreams come and go just as feelings come and go.
    • of consciousness just as feelings emerge and again
    • waking; and, on the other, as willing, feeling and thinking.
    • us now compare dreaming man with man experiencing feelings. By
    • become indefinite feelings. Just think how often dreams can be
    • wake up feeling anxious. In this undefined state of
    • Such dreams are interwoven with feelings; anxiety is a feeling.
    • The feeling is undefined because the dream is still partly
    • intermingle with feeling. It interweaves with what already
    • lives in the soul as feeling. Only when the astral body has
    • entered completely do you have definite feelings. These are
    • organism for feeling. Feelings run their course like dreams
    • affected, a feeling of dullness. When you look at such a person
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IV: The Human Soul in Relation to Moon and Stars
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    • The mental pictures are saturated with feelings which,
    • thoughts. This web of thoughts man feels to be located in his
    • being as a whole, he feels the thoughts to be — what shall
    • distinguished realm, thus making it feel closer to his human
    • nature, then his feelings pass through his heart. Rays from the
    • From below there arise feelings, instincts, urges,
    • there well up feelings or instincts which saturate the
    • feelings of a kind that make him unafraid of a lion; whereas
    • movement — rather do we feel that with our heart we are
    • ear and our organ of warmth. We no longer feel that we are
    • outside the sun; rather do we feel transported into the sun and
    • heart we have the feeling that our relation to the world is
    • being becomes linear, so much so, that we feel we are within
    • higher cognition we feel ourselves to be not only within the
    • at the sun. But now that we have come into the sun we feel we
    • described it: We feel ourselves to be within the sun, making
    • courageous feelings arose into his mental picture of a
    • lion; whereas in Jones, who was cowardly, there arose feelings
    • They feel that as far as their thought life is concerned they
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture V: The Human Soul in Relation Sun and Moon
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    • fundamental feeling for this difference. If there were, then
    • immediate feeling of certainty about what is built up
    • feel that man in former times dreamed all kinds of things into
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VI: The Formation of the Etheric and the Astral Heart
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    • feelings, which is not suitable for it to absorb and adopt.
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VII: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • world. He felt as my hand would feel were it conscious: that it
    • bank downstream he, as modern, clever man, feels his legs
    • feel like that. When he walked along a river downstream, as was
    • direction. Just as a swimmer today feels himself carried
    • within himself. Today this feeling of being at one with
    • nature is lost. In its place man has acquired a strong feeling
    • Thus, the Yogi did not feel thinking to be merely a
    • of this was that there arose in the Yogi an enhanced feeling of
    • his own T, an intensified feeling of self. He felt his
    • an enhanced feeling of selfhood. But in this experience, he did
    • not feel himself living between birth and death in the physical
    • through his changed breathing, feel himself drawn back into the
    • speaks through them. The soul, with enhanced feeling of
    • cosmic life and this feeling expressed itself in certain
    • developed a strong feeling of his `I' (red). This enabled
    • Someone who is intoxicated or feels faint loses his balance
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture VIII: The Elementary World and its Beings
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    • vitality. One gets the feeling that the activity of the
    • the `I', the feeling of selfhood. This the Yogi had first to
    • life of feeling and sensitivity. In this respect we humans are
    • pleasure in a red rose or feel enchanted when trees unfold
    • blossoms. In an intimate way they share feelingly in the world
    • human being's inner thoughts and feelings simply through normal
  • Title: Human Soul/Evolution: Lecture IX: The Contrasting World-Conceptions of East and West
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    • ancient times in the Orient the life of thoughts and feelings
    • he also felt uplifted by them and a religious feeling united
    • is now. This is assumed both in regard to his thinking, feeling
    • constituted that his very organization enabled him to feel his
    • kind of afterglow in his life of feelings. Man became ever more

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