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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • that speech came from the entire human being. I did not have
    • a wonderful idea to demonstrate the mechanics of human speech
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • formation of the left speech organ. From the relationship
    • the legs are working upwards into speech, and how the content,
    • arms harmoniously, its speech will become rasping and
    • right sense for modulation in speech.
    • can walk. Speech has to be developed on the basis of the right
    • Otherwise, children's speech will not be anchored in their
    • may have come across some people whose speech sounded not
    • of speech. Therefore, the correct sequence we need to encourage
    • human being uses the larynx and other speech organs. The higher
    • speech only by the human being? Though the animal is not
    • Though incapable of making use of these organs for speech, the
    • form is to be found in what becomes the speech organ in the
    • Human beings form these organs into speech organs on the basis
    • works through sound and speech from their surroundings —
    • tissues. If children hear only gentle speech in their
    • in through speech flows into the finer parts of the child's
    • dynamics, then to speech, and finally to thinking, is of such
    • because of this, it will also become lazy in its speech. Such a
    • child will not develop a proper flow in its speech and it will
    • floppy gait. In its speech, instead of controlling the
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • for the child's faculty of speech. And how, arising out of this
    • ourselves to when as children we develop thinking from speech.
    • language. In speech the astral body is actively engaged. And in
    • that is, the forces flashing and working through speech
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • is also ascribed to human speech. The ding-dong theory
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • our civilization — not just in speeches from a political
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • Eurythmy as Visible Speech,
    • and sensations in primitive form, to articulated speech later
    • visible form of speech, created by movements of the entire
    • letting the larynx and the other speech organs transform the
    • air-gestures into speech or song, they are turned into gestures
    • Through this arrangement, what happens in ordinary speech or
    • artistic. Consequently, for the art of speech to do justice to
    • This has been strived for in the art of speech being cultivated
    • stressed in speech, the result will be essentially prose.
    • for solely in the way speech is formed.
    • speech, the essence of recitation is found equally in its
    • fundamentally important in speech.
    • into visible speech and visible song or music.
    • stage arts — that is, Speech Formation and Eurythmy. See:
    • Speech and Drama,
    • open to an artistic approach to speech than our present times.
    • artistic formation of speech, while the prose meaning of a poem
    • speech have to be seen in the imaginative formation of the
    • the way speech is treated, they all have to be lifted to a
    • feeling for the artistic element in speech has declined
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