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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Contents
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    • Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling and Willing
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Synopses
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    • Thinking, feeling and willing in everyday consciousness;
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    • sleep. First phase: indeterminate feeling of expansion, longing
    • for God, uncertainty of dreams. Second phase: feeling of
    • out gradually. Feelings of frustration and the desires of the
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • with special satisfaction. With this feeling let me welcome you
    • feels the reality of breathing. But today, when a philosopher
    • feel that he stands solidly in reality. Only a person working
    • philosophical ideas and acts upon them often feels miles
    • the reality in philosophy is also lost. One feels it as
    • abstract; one feels the necessity to prove that it really
    • to recover a feeling for philosophy as a reality one must first
    • feel himself as part of the cosmos. His experience as
    • environment. Since man wishes to feel, to know himself as a
    • member of the whole cosmos, he also must feel and know his
    • feeling and willing. It views the soul's life as being an
    • designated as an intermingling of thinking, feeling and willing
    • actually, this thinking, feeling and willing between
    • thinking and feeling grow. As the body calcifies and we see it
    • phenomena of thinking, feeling and willing gradually
    • in mere thinking, feeling and willing. The ancients perceived
    • they are only a reflection. We see thought, feeling and will
    • feeling and willing are but the outer reflection — was
    • does not consist of thought, feeling and will. It is the basis
    • feeling and willing can be understood only in the context of
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture II: Soul Exercises in Thinking, Feeling, and Willing
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    • taking it in with his ordinary, healthy understanding he feels:
    • consciousness lives itself out in thinking, feeling and
    • in the circulation, one senses, feels, what in ordinary
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture III: The Imaginative, Inspirative, and Intuitive Method of Cognition
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    • emotional, no feelings, no reminiscences of past experiences
    • into the meditation from unconscious impulses or feelings.
    • finally brought about that lets man have the definite feeling,
    • feeling, or exercising my will within the physical body.”
    • What one encounters especially is the definite feeling that one
    • etheric world. He feels this because the nature of his own
    • this reason — that man now feels himself in his thinking
    • With this etheric thinking you feel quite outside your physical
    • adult feels himself carried back through imaginative
    • With imagination he lives in the etheric world. He feels
    • in his physical body. But he feels the etheric world more as a
    • the etheric-imaginative experience; he feels supersensible,
    • etheric phenomena. In inspiration he feels not only such
    • weaving and working. In this way one feels something
    • soul life of our feeling and willing and the fully conscious
    • thinking, feeling and willing are to be found the actual
    • soul's life of feeling resembled bodily pain and pleasure much
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IV: Cognition and Will Exercises
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    • of earth existence behind man's thinking, feeling and willing.
    • aspect of thinking, we vaguely feel that the way it appears in
    • on willing or the feelings, and experiences the interplay
    • between thinking and feeling, it will eventually discover not
    • impulse he himself feels in the way he speaks, the way he
    • other side he feels — because of the living way in which
    • the soul's rich life of thinking, feeling and will, philosophy
    • God, but feel the incapacity of their ordinary consciousness
    • to the world of feeling, to certain mystical faculties, and
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture V: The Soul's Experiences in Sleep
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    • certain skepticism, indeed a feeling of impotence, has arisen
    • thinking, feeling and willing. Except for the
    • indefinite. The soul feels — I say feels but it does not
    • feel; if it were conscious, it would feel — it feels
    • enlarged as in a widespread fog. In this inward feeling and
    • swallowed up. All the stimuli through which the soul feels in
    • form of experience through which he feels inside himself
    • reverse condition from that of being awake. He now feels and
    • vaguely feels his organs — lungs, liver, heart, and so on
    • soul experience. The soul feels as if it were divided up
    • into many separate parts of a manifoldness. It feels itself not
    • the Mystery of Golgotha his inner bond with Christ, his feeling
    • sleep. Whether we feel happy or unhappy in our dimly perceived
    • inner self, whether we feel lively or languid, is to a great
    • stars during the third stage of sleep. It feels after-images of
    • the star constellations, that is to say, it feels the
    • man has a dim feeling during the day that birth and death by no
    • day and is experienced by it as a vague feeling about the world
    • sleep that man derives the religious feelings of his waking
    • man bears within him as a natural religious feeling
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  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VI: The Transition from the Soul-Spiritual Existence in Human Development to the Sensory-Physical
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    • inner world. In a way he feels himself to be a cosmos. But in
    • feels himself bound up with them, he feels them, as it were,
    • within him. He feels his soul nature spread out far across this
    • is a feeling as if the real spirit world withdraws a little
    • but it has not yet been lost. To the extent that man feels that
    • no longer feels himself to be in an universe where subject and
    • for him. He has a feeling that he exists subjectively as an
    • feelings and heart (Gemüt), the feeling of his connection
    • earthly activities but feels itself hovering above earthly
    • spirit. And if he is to feel himself fully as man in human life
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VII: Christ in His Relationship to Mankind and the Riddle of Death
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    • be pictured as different from the thinking, feeling and willing
    • feel instinctively how only what has its foundation in the
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture VIII: Ordinary and Higher Consciousness
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    • thinking, feeling and willing is also extinguished. Everything
    • actually cannot think for a while as he feels himself with his
    • our capacities of thinking, feeling and willing were
    • feelings, shreds of emotions and the like, but what you next
    • feeling and will has revealed itself to us and we behold it in
    • feeling that if he entered more deeply into the matter, he
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture IX: The Continuation of Ego Consciousness after Death in Relation to the Christ
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    • inwardly experienced manifestations of thinking, feeling
    • movements. He would feel how the after-images of these
    • say that he was feeling an after-effect in his own being of the
    • also feel how the spiritual essence of the fixed stars in the
    • form of soul life: man's emotional life, his feelings. Emotions
    • rhythmic system, man's life of feeling is roused.
    • his subconscious, he feels impelled to judge whether these
    • feels that the moral quality-valuation holds sway which he
    • described above as sensations and feelings — we can use
    • in his feelings, if he acquires an insight into the Mystery of
    • Golgotha in his feelings — which are tied to the astral
    • Golgotha into his life of feelings during earthly life thereby
    • human thinking and feeling. That will once again show how the
  • Title: Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion: Lecture X: The Experience of the Soul's Will Nature
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    • existence on earth come to expression in thinking, feeling and
    • how the part of the soul that produces the feelings has a
    • part of the soul expressed in feeling is not devoted in the
    • processes. At times, the feeling-soul tears itself away from
    • feeling-soul slips, so to speak, into the circulatory system
    • alternation as with the feeling-soul. Instead, it is like
    • feeling, and has its true reality in earthly life only in the
    • moral-spiritual nature of man takes place in the feeling-soul.
    • contains these evaluations as facts, whereas the feeling-soul
    • and feels himself enclosed within the skin of his body, he
    • what has been worn down. As feeling beings, we bring about an
    • soul elements represented inwardly as thinking, feeling and
    • etheric expanses yet he still feels that the etheric body which
    • into it, so to speak. We feel ourselves to be in this
    • valuation of man's moral-spiritual qualities. Man feels himself
    • feelings a bond with the Mystery of Golgotha works on after
    • freedom, the feeling of freedom during earthly life. A true
    • connection with freedom he can also have the feeling of
    • lectures. This feeling leads me to express my heartiest
    • especially happy if you took home with you the feeling that the

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