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  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Summary of Contents
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    • thinking-forces (pre-Christian time), the feeling-forces
    • the spirituality of the Group-soul; now he learnt to feel the
    • the others will feel it as a second dying in each successive
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Introductory Lecture
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    • content of the human heart, that sum of feelings and emotions
    • these feelings, the strength of his sensitivity, just as it
    • feeling for beauty how a man will stand before a picture.
    • as an aesthetic feeling for art is the same as an inner grasp
    • religious feeling more earnest, worthier, broader, but it
    • from a certain feeling, or because he felt that his will
    • Christ-principle of man — the Being of whom man feels
    • “I-am.” Human beings did not feel themselves as
    • Testament, these men did not as yet feel individual. Even the
    • Christian Church, did not feel themselves to be
    • every human being, of which each human soul can directly feel
    • actually only begun after 2,000 years to feel the force of
    • which I find myself, wouldst Thou feel as I do? Wouldst Thou
    • wisdom, or in feelings but in his will. For then he knows
    • simplest heart can have some feeling of what truths lie
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture I
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    • feel that everything he sees in the outer world in his
    • expression of beautiful karmic connections. One feels oneself
    • were filled with a feeling of tragedy when it was made clear
    • able to feel such a thing symptomatically feels: That is the
    • that this is the case, and may the spirit and feelings which
    • certain forms of life, certain feelings, a certain way of
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture II
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    • train the forces of feeling; and the nearer we come to modern
    • then feel themselves as separate human egos, but as members
    • of the tribe. Just as a finger does not feel itself to be
    • feel that he could unconditionally say “I” to
    • there is a clairvoyant feeling that it is surrounded by
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture III
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    • intercourse with gods and spirits. Such was the feeling of
    • write.” (We must feel that we ourselves are spoken to
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture IV
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    • the horse originate from a feeling which may be compared with
    • the mysterious feeling of love between the two sexes, from a
    • certain feeling of what one owes to this animal. Hence when
    • feelings.
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture V
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    • can therefore feel and experience what man experiences upon
    • can approach him with hostile feelings. Hence also the god
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture VI
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    • developed out of entirely different forms, will he feel that
    • attains to true and real feelings and advances to a true
    • feeling was also different in the Atlantean epoch. At that
    • he did not feel fatigue and the need for rest. Neither did he
    • shell did he feel that he possessed something of his own. For
    • environment, he learned to feel himself as “I,”
    • he learned to feel within himself the divine power which
    • previously was poured into him, he learned to feel God within
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture VII
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    • “I,” during this time, to feel himself within his skin as a
    • body and love it so much that he would only feel himself at
    • feeling himself as an individual being, and this was also the
    • they wished to feel it aright — by no means in their
    • “I feel that I am not a lost member when I realize that my
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture VIII
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    • important to develop a feeling in our souls about this
    • Here we have the feeling arising in the seer when he directs
    • and in spirit is able to feel the bliss sweet as honey, yet
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture X
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    • not only the feelings, desires, impulses, etc., of the soul,
    • feeling — that is a misuse of the word. In the schools of
    • learning to comprehend how an animal can feel — at the
    • he can work with unholy feelings the same as with holy ones,
    • kingdom when he understands feelings in such a way that he
    • is certainly quite possible for one person to feel happy in
    • which it will be impossible to feel happy as an individual if
    • plant kingdom. No man could then feel happy in any way if his
  • Title: Apocalypse of John: Lecture XII
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    • come over one who enters with feelings into the thoughts
    • is his feeling: It is extremely wise that Providence has
    • also experiences it in his feeling. Seldom does man now rise
    • to rise to this feeling if he wishes really to feel this
    • which have the heart to hear and feel Anthroposophy, are now
    • fellow-creatures, who up to that time had been unable to feel
    • feelings, then there will live in us a very different feeling
    • in doing so to cause as much pain as possible and to feel a
    • cut into a living being with the intention of feeling
    • to feel the pain he has caused his victims, and for this
    • systematically cuts into flesh, and feels satisfaction in it
    • periods and will feel deep satisfaction when it meets with
    • feel happy. The pictures of sorrow and suffering would
    • not be possible for one to feel pleasure or pain without
    • others also feeling it.
    • thoughts, feelings and pictures, and they form forces in his
    • feelings of John's Gospel has produced something in his
    • physical body. They are the souls who will feel hot fires of
    • feel unappeasable, burning desire by reason of what they have
    • astral body which is filled with the Christ-Being. They feel
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