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- Title: Study of Man: Lecture XI
- You have realised that man is a threefold being, head-man, trunk man
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture XII
- shapes the human being, but has tendency to create animal forms. Trunk
- thoughts. Trunk system related to plant world. Oxygen changed to
- connection with the chest-trunk system and the limb-system? It is
- produces the wolf form, for instance, my trunk system and my limb
- immediately dissolved by the trunk and the limbs. In the head a lamb
- is actually stirring; it is dissolved by the trunk and the limbs.
- But by means of your trunk and your limbs you prevent a whole animal
- sensible reality, but hold it back in the super-sensible. The trunk and
- The trunk system is also related to our environment — not in this
- There is a mysterious connection between the trunk system of man, the
- place in the chest or trunk system. All these processes are in active
- This is a remarkable interplay between the trunk-chest system and the
- Thus, in so far as the chest-trunk system is concerned, man is able to
- the trunk system are ultimately due to this, that a man is too weak to
- the other systems of the trunk there can result a tendency towards the
- chest-trunk system, at least in its initial stages, and must be
- processes in our bodily chest-trunk system; this anti-plant process,
- your trunk-chest system. But your limb system prevents these mineral
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIV
- In Head, nose represents trunk, jaws limbs. Actual limbs are jaws of a
- corresponding skeleton of speech. Lower trunk develops limb character
- to the formation of the chest, of the whole trunk; and these, again,
- In the head we have the real head; but we have also the trunk, that is
- human trunk (see drawing) you must think of the real head as somewhere
- one another and it is the chest or trunk nature, mid-way
- That is to say: the upper part of the human trunk has the continual
- characterising the connection between the limb man and the trunk man.
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