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- Title: Study of Man: Lecture I
- with the three kingdoms of the physical world: the mineral, the plant
- and the animal kingdoms. So that here again, two trinities are united
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture III
- applied to the other kingdoms of nature, to the mineral, plant and
- animal kingdoms but which applied to man destroys all
- and mineral kingdoms would long ago have dried up and ceased to
- earth with respect to its mineral, plant and animal kingdoms, would
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture VIII
- awaken in the child a vivid interest in the animal kingdom. We shall
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture XI
- inwards. Both in the animal and human kingdoms milk is the only
- Title: Study of Man: Lecture XII
- deeply into the character of the kingdoms of nature if we are to
- animal kingdom you can say to yourself: that am I; but when the head
- animal kingdom; it would like animal kingdoms continually to arise.
- kingdom from arising through you in the course of your life: you
- transform this animal kingdom into your thoughts. Such is our
- relationship to the animal kingdom. We allow this animal kingdom to
- case, to the animal world but to the whole range of the plant kingdom.
- kingdom would suddenly grow up in man. It really could grow there.
- out the carbon dioxide, and does not allow the plant kingdom to arise
- within himself. He allows the plant kingdom to arise out of the carbon
- sense physical world around us; for outside there is the kingdom of
- create the counter kingdom to the plant world. If you conceive the
- plant kingdom as positive, then man produces the negative of the plant
- kingdom. He produces, as it were, reversed plant kingdom.
- What happens when the plant kingdom begins to behave badly in him, and
- moment we fail to ensure that the plant kingdom which endeavours to
- grow in us shall be cast out to form its kingdom outside us — in
- growth of the plant kingdom, and then man becomes ill.
- say to ourselves: in a certain sense the plant kingdom presents
- many-coloured beautiful plant kingdom, works in man as the cause of
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