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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • interplay of soul-forces occurs. And to this interplay of
    • soul-forces we propose at first to turn our attention.
    • soul-forces live, as you know, in thinking, feeling and
    • willing. And never is just a single soul-force in abstract
    • form active by itself. But, into each soul-force the other
    • soul-forces play, so that when we think, there are also
    • cannot consider the soul life — both by itself and in
    • speaking of what should fill our souls, of what should live
    • he needs a soul life so active that it is not exhausted in
    • understand quite clearly what is really stirring in the soul
    • the following before our soul's eye: whenever something of a
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • souls that it is difficult to make oneself understood. And,
    • really has a soul. That could be discussed to the end of the
    • world, whether there is a soul or not, but it is useful to
    • assume a soul if one wants to comprehend all that the human
    • connection with his heart and with his whole soul, with his
    • in the inner soul- and spirit-life is to click into this
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture III
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    • the soul in the most complete inner satisfaction.
    • merely with the soul — even physically they hear
    • soul — into that which they have been used to for a
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • one could think one's way into the souls of other persons;
    • accomplished so that it goes together with the inner soul
    • in the human soul's depths
    • the soul in a lively manner. Then, one should address this
    • a human soul that has arrived at the point between death and
    • something that entices the thoughts out of our souls that we
    • soul-preparation, is united with what we can in the above way
    • perfects the soul-aspect; and, on the other side, formulates
    • the union of the form-technique with the soul-technique.
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • What is said goes somewhat more deeply into the soul than if
    • especially today, are tired in mind and soul. They actually
    • they don't want to stir their souls into activity; instead,
    • bishop or priest, who guides the soul through death. Just
    • people so fond of an independently striving soul. The soul is
    • church is expected to provide the soul with a pension when a

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