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- Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
- conditions of equilibrium. We see the child slowly and gradually
- adapt himself to these earthly conditions as he learns to stand
- when, after his birth, he gradually finds his way into the conditions
- neither in the conditions of equilibrium of his spiritual
- existence, nor is he yet in the conditions of equilibrium of his
- essentially adapted to earthly conditions. In the first place it is
- thinking is gradually adapted to the earthly conditions. In
- speech in its present condition, where it has become very far
- to earthly conditions, is reversed in a certain sense when we pass
- adapt itself to the earthly conditions. It is shaped as it is,
- accordance with earthly conditions.
- condition, we have in effect lost our physical body — i.e. we
- conditions and must adapt himself to these. But in Art he goes back
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture II
- is that an initiate undergoes these various altered conditions
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture III
- the fields but to its solid condition. All solid components of the
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture IV
- adaptation to the condition of equilibrium of earthly existence is
- adapts himself after birth to the conditions of equilibrium and
- womb, man is neither in the condition of equilibrium of his spiritual
- earth is adjusted in every respect to earthly conditions, for this
- adapted to earthly conditions. In pre-earthly existence we live
- Conditioned by everyday life, man has become prosaic, placing more
- adapting speech to earthly conditions. Indeed, song is an earthly
- must adapt its sculptural form to earthly conditions. Earthly
- is shaped sculpturally according to earthly conditions.
- conditions out of cosmic, spiritual orientation, so his speech was
- shaped for earthly conditions. When man takes speech back into song,
- was born into earthy conditions. It is human destiny that man must
- adapt himself to earthly conditions with birth. In art, however, man
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
- conditions, this is as true as can be. For the tone experience,
- not the significance we must ascribe to it in other conditions of the
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VI
- in a transported condition; he enters into his own being in the
- Title: The Occult Basis of Music
- Now it is also possible to transform into a conscious condition the
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