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  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 1
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    • the so-called normal life of soul; only, they show themselves there
    • would commonly be called abnormal. It may be no more than a slight
    • to deal, educationally or medically, with serious irregularities,
    • as it is called — descriptive psychology — is really
    • although, of course, diagrammatically only — of the head system
    • the system of metabolism and limbs — analytically, building
    • analytically built-up organs that lie at the basis of the whole life
    • we may call our own body. But the inherited body is used as a model;
    • individual body — and this body alone can truthfully be called
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 2
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    • stands the thinking which builds the brain synthetically and the
    • limbs-metabolism analytically. Thoughts not produced by body but
    • mirror for dead thoughts and excretes the nerves. In so-called
    • the practical side. I called your attention yesterday to the fact
    • want to get at the real state of affairs that lies behind a so-called
    • nothing else than the inevitable outcome of the so-called
    • Prosecutor”. It should rather be called: “Friedrich
    • applied fanatically; you have to let them percolate into life, in
    • describe the case psychographically — that is, describe the
    • of his body in the so-called normal way. For he could make use of the
    • is a real call to us here to look with love upon the soul-and-spirit
    • it, even where it comes to expression in so-called insanity —
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 3
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    • which this connection may manifest in the so-called abnormal child.
    • no true knowledge of so-called illnesses of the soul. When once we
    • as you know, many cases of so-called mental disease are of such a
    • would still be true if one were able to call in the help of Spiritual
    • from so-called mental disease. It is commonly believed even among
    • For there is no such thing as what the physicists call matter. In
    • these forces is in reality not a physically mediated, but a magical
    • light in another way. It calls “light” that which
    • child this evidence of what may be described as karmically
    • conditioned immorality, there is a special call for us to come in
    • him morally and ethically, doing it as effectively as you can, and
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 4
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    • that a faithful study of the nature of so-called illnesses of the
    • specifically, of illnesses of the soul. We are therefore perfectly
    • definite relation to astral body and ego in the so-called normal human
    • being. (I say “so-called”, because the expression “normal
    • illnesses; we shall afterwards have to speak more specifically of
    • under these names really deserve to be called hysteria, in the way
    • possible for a so-called normal person. And what is the result?
    • body are connected with the four elements (as they are called),
    • was called when there was still a true perception of it. The
    • to bring something home to the child, to call up ideas in him, then
    • systematically with a child, over and over again, a consolidation of
    • expect. What the world calls “becoming normal” is however
    • call for bodily activity, or else methods that work purely in the
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 5
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    • before diagrammatically in the form of a sphere can quite well
    • the iron in the human organism. It is indeed the case that so-called
    • him rhythmically. When something of this kind is brought to
    • the child rhythmically, approaching him as it were from outside, then
    • from outside again and again, rhythmically.
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 6
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    • sees around him call forth wonder and astonishment in him. Let me
    • to the world can never work therapeutically; the feeling and the will
    • “Yes, the big pony is called Markis.” —
    • this purpose we shall have to intervene also therapeutically. What is
    • being therapeutically: by medicines taken internally, by injections,
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 7
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    • called this little sprite “Bebe Assey”. He carries on
    • worked enthusiastically, and there can be no doubt that she was
    • following her calling with enthusiasm and devotion. This meant that a
    • convulsions, that we spoke of earlier. Characteristically also, they
    • was made in the corpus callosum, but with no result. The latest thing
    • I must call your attention.
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 8
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    • recalled to memory. We must get her to tell them to us.
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    • in the case of a so-called normal child, it is in the very highest
    • time need to treat such a child therapeutically; he must receive
    • the inner individuality of the child, we try to call forth this inner
    • this direction, namely, to help psychologically by giving rest and,
    • want to call upon forces that can promote disintegration, that can
    • matter ever to deal with an organ therapeutically.
    • call to trouble about the spirit-self. But, my dear friends, that is
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    • in hands and legs. Medically, lead may help. Younger children of
    • objects and processes that call for skilful handling, he will
    • noble calling. There is in our time great need that young men and
    • us who have had experience in the matter to call attention to it, for
    • will emphatically be need in the future for what has been described
    • depths of your soul what lies hidden there, buried (metaphorically
    • theoretically — which is what the meditations of the majority
    • esoterically honest and tell me the truth, you three: what did you
    • called that in the medical world — one of those instances where
    • not know what is the cause of a fever, he calls it an “occult”
    • appearance quite sporadically! Only under certain circumstances will
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    • immediately before us; here we are simply recalling them. Compresses
    • dispersal. Here we have to call into action at the same time the
    • it will be very good if you can bring such a child even physically
    • moderate temperature. You will by this means call to life that which
    • mind soul (which the Greeks call soul of force or power), and
    • If you are also to treat the children therapeutically, there is just
    • in his case the spiritual was methodically conceived), went to Rome,
    • afterwards close again) automatically — and other things of
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 12
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    • approach the so-called abnormal child. It will have been clear to you
    • estimation of him in quite another way than you do for the so-called
    • one is accustomed to find in a certain so-called normal form, may
    • Education heals the so-called normal human being, and healing is a
    • specialised form of education for the so-called abnormal human being.
    • takes effect physically alone. The spiritual influence of a substance
    • for example, lies in the fact that there lives in it what was called
    • In doing so, the forces lose their I content, which was specifically

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