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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • school years — we sometimes despair because he or she
    • what is produced through shaping the air in speech. In this
    • one reads in fair detail what the author has managed to
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • this affair. It was truly amazing to witness how adept his
    • philosophical hairs. We are merely trying to indicate what life
    • is in their motor system. For example, the chair that a child
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • eyes. There stands a man. He has black or blond hair. He has a
    • creatures of air every moment of our lives. One moment the air
    • around us is inside us, and in the next, the air within our
    • body is outside again. We are part of the surrounding air that
    • arranging different kinds of hairs, plucked from a human body,
    • true nature of hair. And because it seems almost too obvious,
    • one might easily neglect to relate the various types of hair to
    • at hair growing out of a human body. Earth and plants —
    • whole and look at the plants as if they were the hair growing
    • so the plants are linked to the Earth as if they were the hair
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • about the plant world in terms of hair growing out of the
    • me, again and again, full of despair because they cannot
    • concrete demonstrations can lead one to despair. There the aim
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • should have a fairly clear picture of how the present situation
    • that belongs to the fairyworld of nature, a love that has to be
    • pervaded with an air of graciousness, and, above all, the
    • calotte, is so often spoken of not with grace, but with an air
    • air it needs. These are the important points one has to
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • this plan has worked fairly well. At that level it has been
    • I described to you in fair detail. These are all things that
    • world, unless that person can also repair a shoe or a boot if
    • to appreciate — these problems should also be aired. Any
    • come only if, for example, an American millionaire were to
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • a fairly drastic example, but this kind of thing can happen too
    • paired, and, second, such a scheme would not represent real
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • know that, in speaking, air is moved. If we made a detailed
    • study of the forms of these air movements through which human
    • definite flow-form of out-streaming air corresponds to each
    • Air-forms that flow out more radially from a speaking person
    • Sounds that shape these air-gestures into waves of a more
    • moving-air gestures, just as we can see the human being in
    • seeing) we would be presented with a kind of air-image of the
    • air.
    • These air movements are being studied carefully. But instead of
    • air-gestures into speech or song, they are turned into gestures
    • This is why we do not express the more undulating forms of air
    • university chair the well-known Professor Curtius originally
    • quietly slipped into another university chair. Similar symptoms
    • air. To develop the gift of shaping air is most important in
    • recitation. When singing, one shapes the air. When reciting
    • RUDOLF STEINER: It is our chairman's

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