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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • mere intellectualism. The whole process is quite evident: The
    • only in a process of metamorphosis as in the plant, not only in a
    • process of coming-into-being and passing away, but as an actual
    • where we understand the process wherein sound itself is moulded and
    • shaped — although it is a process empty alike of concept and of
    • grasping the process of metamorphosis in the world of the living, but
    • processes of growth and ‘becoming’ in the outer world, to
    • number and weight. Only when we picture this process quite clearly
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • careful study of material processes, rising as far as the human
    • What lives within the volitive part of man? The metabolic processes.
    • Let us study, to begin with, these metabolic processes. While the
    • are born, we begin to die; there is a minute process of death in us
    • that human life is, after all, a process of death. Heraclitus, a
    • human life is a process of death, that human feeling is an incessant
    • process of illness. We have a disposition to death and illness. What
    • medicine; learning should be a healing process. To have a
    • world-conception should constitute a healing process.
    • process within life: the purpose of a world-conception should be that
    • not only living within a slow process of illness, but at the present
    • remedies against illness, even against the process of death; the
  • Title: Development of the child up to puberty
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    • observe such things to become aware how a certain process of
    • important process in inner development, a process which has to
    • appears essentially in the respiratory process. What now
    • appears in the breathing process could not essentially appear
    • before. The respiratory process is certainly present in the
    • development depends upon the breathing process. As a result
    • Oriental exercises focus particularly on the breathing process
    • processes. The first meaningful process appearing as a result
    • of the physical breathing processes is puberty.
    • actually breathe this in. In every process of nature there's
    • also a spiritual process. In the breathing process exists not
    • spiritual process permeates us through breathing. It can only
    • point. What wanted to stream in through the breathing process
    • of what comes out of the growing processes and what is still a
    • growth process, coming from ether forces in other words. This
    • before to use fairy tale imagery to the child, how processes of
    • nature were like human processes, by personifying and
    • what happens through Inspiration during the breathing process
    • exist in people. This process happens anyhow, as I've indicated
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 1
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    • it is a completely different process from the process which takes
    • what is conveyed by this sense is to a great extent an inner process;
    • it is at least relatively an inner process. When we sleep we close our
    • other than the actual process of hearing.
    • you feel is the impact of the chalk on your skin ... the process can
    • in the reaction of your own inner being to an external process.
    • quite objective processes, for physically speaking it is a matter of
    • life conveys to us processes that are quite objective. Imagine a
    • process in a retort: it takes its course according to certain laws; it
    • is such a process, a process which takes place inwardly. If this
    • process is in order, as a purely objective process, this is conveyed
    • conveys this to you also. Even though the process is confined within
    • objective process is something which has absolutely no specific
    • makes no difference to the physical course of the process. The sense
    • perceive in an inward direction, transmit primarily inward processes,
    • but processes which become progressively more obscure. Of course, a
    • process of tasting goes through the entire organism, one is no longer
    • inclined to describe the further process of digestion purely from the
    • significance for the outer process. What difference does it make, to
    • your inner experience and the process that takes place in the bell is
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  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 2
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    • are representative of the world-process, we shall also be well aware
  • Title: Man as a Being: Lecture 3
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    • process of awakening mathematical concepts and that of imparting such
    • an actual process in human nature. We are not here merely in order,
    • continual process of destruction of what develops as causality in
    • ourselves. What outside is physical process, chemical process, is
    • real process — we have the process of human development, of human
    • you in a few words — the study of the human process of becoming
    • as a process of combat against natural causality, as a reversal of

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