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- Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
- earliest period, as a tiny child, the human being as it were sleeps
- times when a child is actually and obviously asleep, but of the whole
- consciousness. To external observation the child may give the
- the child's consciousness does not take a form which can be
- the child without his having subsequent memory of it, we are
- in a particular child, but in general it can be said that the human
- some considerable time before one can truly say that a child thinks.
- does not merely consist in the child's learning to stand
- world. This means the child can move freely in any direction without
- imitation; the little child tries to imitate — just as he does
- during the time when, as a child, he is learning to speak; and it is
- child, or even a grown-up, is exerting himself to learn to speak a
- earliest childhood, enables us, each in his own way, to learn to
- child when it stops crawling and begins to walk, when it first learns
- Suppose, for instance, a little child continually stumbles and falls.
- little children learn to walk, can indeed come to realise what a
- when a child is learning to walk, and even before, it is not a matter
- whether the child's temperament is phlegmatic or choleric, or
- appear in the body of the next earth-life when, in early childhood,
- Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture I
- body; how the child sleeps, as it were, into the physical-earthly
- world. We see that the life of the child in its relation with the
- awakes. Threefold, however, do we find is that which the child
- sense a human being always observes a child. But the full significance
- points to a series of things that the child achieves at the same time.
- The child enters into the world in such a way that it is in a state of
- existence. This is what the child must first learn. Out of what the
- striving that the child must exercise in order to gain the dexterity
- child, in learning to walk, steps on the heel, the ball of the foot,
- human being as childish thinking. Walking, speaking, thinking,
- the force is none the less within the child in the last after-effects
- Thinking, as it flows out of the child, one who observes the
- which reappears in the thinking that the child acquires in the third
- circulation. When that which there struggles out of the child,
- Let us go back now to the first thing that the child learns: to walk,
- the nature of conscience, the child places himself just as into the
- are there at work when the child passes over from the creeping to the
- darkness of the child's consciousness, lead us to a still loftier
- cultivated in children. But through such thinking, which Goethe and
- Beings. It is so very beautiful when the child has learned to think so
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- Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture II
- thinking in the period of childhood, although this is lost in the
- derived from the Gospels, that the child-like heart took possession
- there was overshadowed also the child-like memory of the Palestine
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