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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture I
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    • science even feels that it is so. Hence it explains some at least of
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture II
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    • feel no essential dependence — that is the mineral. Second is
    • well-being or discomfort with us into life, so that we feel, by
    • imagine that the allotted time has run its course. You will not feel
    • are the real connections. Man learns to feel himself ever more at
    • thoughts, his feelings and impulses of will into the right relation
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture III
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    • fact of reincarnation, successive earthly lives. Feeling ourselves
    • everyday consciousness we feel ourselves quite cut off from the
    • their feelings are reversed, so to speak. In the physical world
    • feels a constant longing to return again into the earthly life, which
    • easily leave them undone. And yet we do not feel our freedom in the
    • in it. Will you feel it as an encroachment on your freedom that you
    • surely not feel your freedom impaired by the mere fact that you have
    • feel your freedom impaired because your present life on earth is
    • feels the sting of his would-be freedom; he is positively harassed,
    • here you may still feel able to rejoin: Well and good. We have a
    • domain, but I soon get to the limits of my freedom. I feel the karmic
    • air. Then the whole way the fish feels itself inside, would be quite
    • them the causes of his present experiences, he does not feel: “I
    • former life on earth. And you then feel all the more united with him
    • man feels embarrassed in walking because the ground is there beneath
    • inevitably. He would not feel his freedom impaired, for his freedom
    • people always know what they must do; they are always feeling
    • questions will arise in him. When he feels impelled to do this or
    • that, immediately again he feels impelled not to do it. There is no
    • does it. Quite on the contrary, he would feel himself unfree if he
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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture IV
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    • likewise ... And he now has the feeling — if I may use the word
    • feeling” with the reservations I made at the beginning —
    • he has the feeling: “This human soul, you helped. All you
    • feelings that led you on to act thus helpfully towards him, your own
    • Ego-feeling — the sense of “I” which was yours when
    • get the feeling of “I” from this far-spread reflection.
    • call forth what we may thus describe: “You feel that people are
    • is more or less good, or bad. He feels the beauty of a painting or
    • from your conscious mind the antipathies you are feeling against
    • our own feelings of antipathy in former lives on earth.
    • been the result of feelings of hatred, at least in the last earthly
    • next earthly life will already contain a dim feeling of preceding
    • possess at least a dim, disquieting feeling: if they are not very
    • with feelings of antipathy or hatred.
    • today have not yet a feeling — not even a dim feeling —
    • must have a real feeling, a perception of what the life of men
    • no feeling for what a contemporary can be, you are scarcely in a
    • course, if you have no feeling for such things, they remain in the
    • feeling for spiritual things ... if he knew that as he went down the
    • chin — he would feel himself inwardly impossible. A man who has
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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture V
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    • suddenly feel inwardly roused, all the more vigorously to beat
    • that there is something he cannot do. Moreover, he feels it in such a
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture VI
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    • way. It has no feeling for what reveals itself when these things are
    • Feeling and Willing. Thinking finds its corresponding physical
    • Feeling
    • nervous system has anything directly to do with feeling. The nervous
    • system has nothing directly to do with feeling at all. The true
    • organs of feeling are the rhythms of the breathing, of the
    • concept that we have our feelings. Feelings, once more, have their
    • nothing of our feelings if the nerves did not provide for our having
    • our own feelings, modern intellectualism conceives the superstitious
    • notion that the nerves themselves are the organs of our feeling. That
    • when we consciously observe our feelings — such as they arise
    • our feelings as between the thoughts which we have in our day-waking
    • life, and our dreams. Our feelings have no greater intensity in
    • significance as in another form our feelings have. Thus we may say:
    • and thoughts. We have a kind of dream-consciousness in our feelings.
    • We only imagine that we have a clear consciousness of our feelings;
    • in reality we have no clearer consciousness of our feelings than of
    • afterwards conceive of it. Likewise is the world of feeling
    • do at least dream of our feelings, but of our impulses of will we
    • Moreover, Thought is bound to the head-organisation, Feeling to the
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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture VII
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    • and delicate feeling for the beautiful, the great and the sublime.
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture VIII
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    • separated from Christianity, can know, feel and experience. They were
    • Goethe's Faust. It is all due to the fact that he feels unsure
    • and tries to find something definite, one has the feeling that he
    • experienced every shade of feeling in regard to Dühring and his
    • eye and a feeling for symptoms of this kind. Anyone who cannot
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture IX
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    • would feel like donning a nightcap in their present incarnation, for
    • not feel that it has taken any real hold of them. A statement like
    • always had the feeling: Yes, this is extremely clever! But when I had
    • were expressionless, one nevertheless had the feeling: This is not a
    • of which you will feel that they could have been written only when
    • feels that when Nietzsche is being spiritually creative, he always
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture X
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    • actual form of religious feeling with which these influences were
    • feel: Darwin writes about things which Tarik might have been able to
    • transfer it into the age of modern abstraction. Feel the similarity
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture XI
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    • brave way, not for that reason feeling the pain one whit less deeply
    • feeling that carry with them an indication of his own
    • me, and I began to feel the keenest need to know how the karmic
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture XII
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    • character. You feel that if he were to follow his personal character,
    • up, so to speak; or, rather, they give one a feeling of being
    • word you will not feel as though his utterances impaled you.
    • observe him closely enough to feel as though some inner spell had

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