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  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 1
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    • confuses the complex of symptoms with what is really the essential
    • as it is called — descriptive psychology — is really
    • the “being ill” really means. And in this connection I
    • them an abnormality. At present there is really no other criterion.
    • no more than a reflection, it is really just like a reflection in a
    • mirror. It is all obliterated when we fall asleep. The really
    • being. When we speak of hepatic activity — and we ought really
    • which enters into man from out of the realm of soul and spirit,
    • takes its course behind the realm of the perceptible, and builds the
    • and then there is the thinking function that is not real in itself
    • part of what comes down from the realm of spirit and soul builds up
    • parents. What is usually adduced in the theory of heredity is really
    • of our materialistic turn of mind. In reality, all connections with
    • fundamentally of the same nature. We should really speak, therefore,
    • illnesses; the subtler illnesses are not really accessible to
    • connect the defect in the will? That is the really important
    • defects are really defects in the will; for even when you find a
    • this defect in thinking is really a defect in will: When someone
    • can really only be sure that there is a defect in thinking when,
    • the latter, it really amounts to nothing at all!) The knowledge which
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 2
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    • want to get at the real state of affairs that lies behind a so-called
    • saw yesterday, the real life of soul is working. We cannot here enter
    • radical way. And you really ought to know whither modern science must
    • notice — for it really does concern us. It is entitled:
    • in his childhood. It is quite important to realise what the outcome
    • would be if modern science were to enter the realm of pedagogy, and
    • the right orientation, and then lead back from these to the real
    • the real condition of the patient. We saw that the origin, for
    • individuality as the real impulse of karma shows itself overpowered
    • thoughts really are. Thoughts, as we know, enter the organism of the
    • and willing — and here behind, the real life of soul, then the
    • thoughts constitute a part of this real life of soul: and these
    • you compare yourself with your reflection in a mirror, you realise at
    • system, which the human being constructed for himself from the real
    • will he remain incapable of making any real progress with the child.
    • organisation. All sense of its mystery — in fact, any real
    • able to see him as he really is, until we look right away from his
    • is a real call to us here to look with love upon the soul-and-spirit
    • that insanity is really something that can arouse our deepest
    • that is not enough. As soon as it comes to the doing of a real deed,
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  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 3
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    • is important to realise that the whole of modern psychiatry can have
    • learn to recognise these illnesses for what they really are, then we
    • time have no notion that there is such a thing as a real ego
    • organisation or a real astral body. The existence even of the etheric
    • matter really stands. When you walk, you place yourself, with your
    • reality there are only forces and the forces — as, for example,
    • term “earth” is, really, these forces. Then the ego
    • these forces is in reality not a physically mediated, but a magical
    • perceptions of sound, is in reality speaking merely of their external
    • the air are but the medium of the real sound or tone, which is
    • really are. In its study of the organisation of the eye, physics
    • which comes in reality from the environment, something of which the
    • manifests outwardly as a fit. That is what fits really are. Every
    • real value can be said about fits if we do not know that at the
    • which the fluids are circulating is really the cause of the
    • really all children, but particularly epileptics — to
    • real therapy. All the talk we hear nowadays about “hardening”
    • that thoughts cannot themselves really ever be false; and today I
    • The really serious disturbances — what can cause these to
    • phrenology that is commonly practiced, a genuine phrenology really
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  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 4
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    • the world as they are today, cannot be realised within the work of
    • arises there. This causes fits. For what is really taking place, when
    • relationships for there we would come into the realm of theory;
    • consciousness — to pain. That is the real nature of pain.
    • to the various kinds of hysteria. Now it is just in the realm
    • reality. This shows itself at once in the first picture people begin
    • under these names really deserve to be called hysteria, in the way
    • us see what it is we really have before us in a young child who is
    • seizes hold of all the elements more intensely than is really
    • what it really is, then we shall find that this true and essential
    • leave the realm of the abstract entirely and enter right into the
    • realm of living reality, so that the person who listens to the
    • life-ether. If now we may borrow from the physical realm a word which
    • in the child; we smell this outflow. For it can really be smelled,
    • realise that the education must more than ever depend upon what the
    • this complex of ideas the whole of the child's illness is really
    • life of feeling, is really doing. The sub-conscious is so terribly
    • practise a really careful observation, the right thing to do.
    • not easy, but it is the only real way to work. And this is the reason
    • flourish of trumpets that it is the insane who are the really divine
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  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 5
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    • really are in man. In the head organisation the ego hides itself
    • because the Psycho-Analyst has no real knowledge of soul or spirit or
    • abnormalities, but you ought really to come to the point where
    • psychical! — but on knowing exactly what can really help.
    • substance is required; we must really succeed in following the path
    • real beholding of the world — you will find that, if you have a
    • that he should at times speak more quietly, that he ought really to
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 6
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    • old was a very poor eater. During all this time he had really no
    • denominations do not really make for deep and sincere religion. But
    • which is really a manifestation of spirit, is infectious; the
    • “Ich bin gewesen”, that will be a real achievement on his
    • will not, I think, be difficult for you to realise how helpful
    • children? Humour! Yes, real humour, the humour of life. You
    • movement for what “movement”, mobility, really is! I do
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 7
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    • the boy we were considering yesterday. For in this boy we can really
    • speaking to it, talking with it and altogether treating it as a real
    • realisation and apprehension of one's own organism can be of help.
    • chatterbox! That is part of the illness. It is for him a real need;
    • have there before you a kind of little demon. What you must realise
    • calm, the child is in reality very excited and agitated. You have
    • before you, as I said, a kind of demonic being. An absolutely real
    • really become a poet, rich in imagination. And then, having gradually
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 8
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    • clinical history. Sudden death of the child's father. The boy really
    • stolen. He will show you, with real shyness, just how he found the
    • all came about. There is really something impish about the way these
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 9
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    • realise that everything which has to do with morality, everything of
    • really could say — it would of course be misunderstood by the
    • realm, moral judgements such as we are familiar with on Earth cease
    • to exist; for the reason that out there, in the realm of the
    • fall. If the dramatic character of the story be developed with real
    • realise that mother's milk is not able under all circumstances to
    • someone or other who, without any real understanding of the case, is
    • nevertheless, if we have a real insight into the matter, it will be
    • be of real help.
    • ensure that the externally administered arsenic shall really strike
    • realising that the abnormalities of soul are symptoms of what is
    • set out to develop Waldorf School pedagogy and really mean our work
    • a visible speech and language to arise. We are really very far from
    • is really so: the moment we begin to speak of education, we have
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 10
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    • time and see what things really interested him, and then, starting
    • despite his difficulties. For you must realise that even in persons
    • prove a real blessing even to your boy — is to get the child to
    • careful observation. As we come to do so, we shall realise what an
    • perception. If people would only realise that one has to really
    • His school attainments have really to be counted as nil.”)
    • can beget in yourself the faculty simply to perceive what is really
    • tendency to vanity; for it does indeed constitute a real hindrance to
    • real state of affairs. If therefore you want to come to the point of
    • realm of pedagogy. They could do so if only they would set themselves
    • now, this is really the only way to come to a true understanding of
    • else than a realistic impression or record of what you have before
    • becomes actual reality; the I-point of the head becomes in the limb
    • plunge into reality — that we are grasping hold of
    • reality.
    • really and truly in one human hair everything else is comprised; a
    • real educators, and especially educators of backward children, that
    • other respects we have really no knowledge of the girl, we had her
    • mastication lie almost entirely outside the realm of the child's
    • we come into the realm of the cosmic; we have to set about
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  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 11
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    • And it should really be so that we accompany — and in that way
    • develops also a delicate sensitiveness; so that the boy has really
    • a natural trust and confidence in him. There is really hardly
    • now let us see how that which comes to man from cosmic realms unites
    • attract what should really be in the sphere of the Moon's influence:
    • horoscope shows we can see what is really the matter.
    • with Venus and Mars. You will not really need to carry your
    • very thin parchment-like paper, but it must be really thin so that it
    • would rather remain in the realm of abstractions, would rather set to
    • have really no means of discovering the simplest facts without the
    • bones of the skull. In no realm of nature does it get beyond the
    • Ernst Haeckel. The development is really just the same as happens in
    • could really have the feeling that the old Hildebrand was standing
    • was really quite delightful to watch how he would sometimes at dinner
    • regular pedant, this Gärtner! Really quite absurd! In Haeckel's
  • Title: Lecture: Curative Education: Lecture 12
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    • we have really been endeavouring to do in our talks together here is
    • the human being have, in reality, to do with the spiritual in him,
    • presents itself is really the reaction that arises within you to the
    • work spiritually; and we must realise what a responsibility rests
    • it is in our day to “behold” a human being as he really
    • here, I must warn you that if you desire really to make your way
    • theory, I mean faithfully fulfilling in real earnest the conditions
    • field of Earth consciousness; the I alone does so. Yet it is really
    • becoming; not until our next incarnation will it be a reality. The I
    • we are able to get in this realm the answers to our questions will
    • from meditating. In point of fact we are not really hindered by these
    • approach him with real love. As soon as ever you approach him with
    • accomplish this, yon will soon realise that there can be no question



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