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  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • this period of life is between the ether body and the astral
    • metabolism and blood circulation as astral forces. Here the
    • astral body works against it. We have the inward streaming of
    • astral and ether bodies direct their chief attack during the
    • the astral and the ether bodies.
    • and ten — there is a liberation of the I and the astral
    • individual being when actually the I and astral body are not
    • maturity the astral body takes its full entitlement in the
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • with our subjectivity, our ego and our astral body.
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • the head — physical body, ether body, astral body and ego —
    • of the astral body; for when we form ideas, the entire activity of
    • ideation belongs to the astral body. Thus the astral body creates its
    • the rhythmic system there is no imprint of the astral body as such,
    • have physical body, etheric body and astral body, in such a way that
    • bodies have their imprints within it; but the astral body and the ego
    • astral body and etheric body are free. We have not only to recognise
    • that an astral body and an etheric body have no basis in the head;
    • imprinted in the head-organisation. On the other hand, the astral



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