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  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • breathing human being. To him, man was a breather. In
    • Man a breather!
    • breathing being? Because he did actually feel life in the respiratory
    • He felt the vibrations of life, life's rhythm, in his breathing; he
    • felt breathing as one feels hunger and thirst to-day. But this was a
    • he knew: the process of breathing now enters right into my head and
    • breath. It was just the same when the will stirred. He stretched out
    • with the respiratory movements. An expansion of the breath through
    • be ensouled with breath, just as he felt the breath ensouling the
    • a breathing being, and because he could have said: “My breath is
    • Breathing, Yoga Training. And what did one develop? If we investigate
    • what was attained by one who practised Yoga Breathing in order to
    • Platonic truths. By this Yoga-breathing the pupil did not acquire
    • [Seelenverfassung]. Thus we find systematic breathing
    • world in later epochs, men were no longer aware of their breathing in
    • in the process of breathing.
    • Yoga breathing; they were more inward, but still a set of exercises.
    • breathing exercises of earlier times had been replaced by a more inward
    • ancient times by breathing exercises (Yoga) which gave him the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • straight. And if one can only feel how a man breathes through his
    • inwards, so does he, as a human being, press what breathes in his
    • of the respiratory process.” One must see it as a breathing
    • Jahwe breathed into man the living breath. This indicates that man
    • predominated that man is a “breather”, a being of
    • “configurated breathing” — i.e. in speech and in
    • would devote himself to the Deity — would add to the breath of
    • freedom and of individuality the breath of sacrifice. But art,

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