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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture I: The Necessity for a Spiritual Insight
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    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • Now this natural science can give us insight into the bodily nature of
    • rendered that for once it looked at nature with complete disregard of
    • questions as to the nature of that eternity and immortality, the
    • physical nature is formed plastically by the spirit. What precisely is
    • upon not only to observe the bodily nature, but — while we must
    • never neglect the bodily nature — to observe in this bodily
    • nature how the spirit is at work upon it. We are called upon to work
    • bring forth from the depths of human nature powers of cognition equal
    • to observing man's complete nature, body, soul and spirit; just as we
    • been perceived with the whole intensity of his inner nature.
    • enter into the nature of all that lives and moves. Intuitional
    • only to a later age. What the true nature of the child demands of us
    • and 14. To have in our souls a lively image of the child's nature in
    • nature. He was himself tremendously interested in all his microscopic
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture II: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday: Yoga
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    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • expressions of the child's nature which may appear to us even
    • Nowhere in our observation of man and of nature are we confronted by
    • clear about nature? We experiment and bring our intellect to bear upon
    • man's whole nature than we do to-day. But our human progress rests on
    • intellectualism, the image nature of things. Man must for once go
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture III: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday and To-day
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    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • the spiritual nature emerged, got free and brought about immediate
    • nature. The eye must make no claim to be anything for its own sake.
    • largely of men and women with a knowledge of human nature — and
    • therefore of child nature — as I was able to do that year. For,
    • based on knowledge of human nature. But before one can do this one
    • must possess the means of penetrating into human nature in the proper
    • entering into human nature came to me more than 35 years ago.
    • These were spiritual perceptions of the nature of man. Spiritual, I
    • nature of spiritual truths that they must be carried with a man on his
    • truths about the nature of man in the form in which they came to me
    • essential nature. Yet our life is dominated by this same natural
    • whole nature, one has the basis for the whole of education.
    • Now when people speak of the nature of the human soul to-day, in this
    • rhythmic nature of man, — a second nature over against the head
    • or nerve nature. The rhythmic system includes the rhythm we experience
    • “The soul's nature is dependent on the nerve-nature”, for of
    • the soul's nature it is only the life of thought, thinking,
    • conception of this membering of man's nature which I am now
    • discover the relationships between the psychic and the physical nature
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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IV: Body Viewed from the Spirit
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    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • we develop inwardly something of an entirely different nature. Thus a
    • when we study the realm of nature in the best way, and when we know
    • manifestation of the nature of the universe, a bringer of tidings as
    • different nature from the technique devoted to un-spiritual things.
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture V: How Knowledge Can Be Nurture
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    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • outset to do something which is foreign to its nature.
    • alien thing, a thing which in no wise conforms to his nature. Let us
    • out of the nature of the human being.
    • between what is inwardly human and what is external nature. For him up
    • between inner man and outer nature. This we can only do when we form
    • nature. The whole family was unhappy on his account, for they could
    • tales, but also with other invented stories which relate to Nature. We
    • pulled up. Its nature is to be in the earth, to belong with the soil.
    • place; it will not remain the same. Its nature is only complete in
    • nature of plants must be treated in relation to the whole earth.
    • the lion's nature and showing how it needs to be calmed and subdued by
    • lower form is to be found in human nature. So that man is a synthesis
    • animal kingdom as human nature separated out and spread abroad.
    • such is alien to no man at any age. It arises in human nature; the
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VI: The Teacher as Artist in Education
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    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • human nature, and we have no eye for the finer changes. Hence we
    • inner nature — to his own heart. So that between his 9th and 11th
    • themselves to the leverage and balance, to the mechanical nature of
    • soul and spirit nature reaches as far as the bone-.system. Before this
    • the soul and spirit nature is much more inward. And only now that he
    • mechanic in his own body, in his physical nature. When we begin
    • with the children, and explained to them the nature of — the
    • by its purely bodily, physical nature; when we know that the
    • the sanguine nature, change impressions vigorously and see to it that
    • temper on himself and in company with nature. When he has worked off
    • training and psychic characteristics from out the very nature of the
    • nature. On the other hand I shall speak to-morrow upon the painting
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VII: The Organisation of the Waldorf School
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    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • mechanical nature. One can organise the arrangements in a factory
    • week, what the child's own nature demanded.
    • human nature — and this includes child nature — will
    • For it can very well happen that owing to the nature of the staff and
    • of what life presents, every new child modifies its nature; and the
    • whole nature because it is conceived as a whole in the heart of the
    • go on in nature. May I say a very heretical thing: people are very
    • for a time to run a small school of this nature, and in it boys and
    • nature of colour itself, not by trying to copy something in a
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VIII: Boys and Girls at the Waldorf School
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    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • nature. I will speak of these later. But even in the physical respect
    • one finds that man's nature tends continuously to become pathological
    • spiritual nature is separated out from the total organism; and this
    • spiritual nature, which formerly worked within the whole being,
    • When one can view the nature of man in this way, not despising what is
    • spiritual nature, but it will be like a balloon in the air, flying
    • relates to his whole nature. Thus the report we make on a child at the
    • realise — if one is to give him a report of such a potent nature
    • those symbols and parables in nature which lead towards religion. And
    • organic bodily nature, has a very definite value both in education and
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IX: The Teachers of the Waldorf School
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    • methods exclusively out of a thorough knowledge of human nature. He
    • the nature of man. Now it is out of the question to overcome these
    • human nature and to deal with them. In a school like the Waldorf
    • The boy of 13 or 14 begins to show a nature hitherto unrevealed, and
    • And one who understands human nature knows well that at no time and to
    • the earth. Her whole nature is developing unconsciously within her.
    • human nature. And this the teachers have acquired relatively quickly
    • For only when one views human nature afresh like this, without
    • when it is a case of that transition in human nature from the early
    • come about that we face an entirely new situation. As though nature
    • essential mood and nature of a Waldorf teacher.
    • And it can only be bridged when one can see deeply into human nature.
    • Allow me therefore, to tell you something of a physiological nature
    • heart nature, the feeling nature of man, we find that all concepts,
    • human nature, they jostle and press upon one another and can find no
    • the world must have become second nature; (literal translation: it
    • to me that there is an incredible amount of talk about the nature of
    • into the real nature of man, to know him in soul, in body and in
    • caned into the movement which does not accord with its nature and
  • Title: Esoteric Development: Lecture IV: The Attainment of Spiritual Knowledge
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    • the subject. We seek for objects, in that we observe nature and
    • antipathy with appearances in nature, and, above all, with other
    • antipathy connected with his bodily nature become more and more
    • reverse of substance now pours into a human nature which has
    • with the coming-into-existence and the essential nature of all

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