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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • Waldorf Education and child development. This volume will provide a
    • further development? Couldn't one conclude that a thoroughly
    • to represent the most developed animal.
    • different stages of children's development, and about how their
    • Let's look at how the child develops from birth to the change
    • Let us take the example of someone who develops diabetes or
    • memory that was overtaxed or developed in the wrong way between
    • developed during childhood. The way a child's memory is trained
    • is concluded that, instead of developing a science of
    • of development. The healthy instincts of the past are no longer
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • Waldorf Education and child development. This volume will provide a
    • whether they are going through the development between birth
    • develop what will eventually become an individual and
    • development. Thus, the child who is learning to walk adapts
    • development of the human being. The activities of the legs, in
    • being developed when the child is learning to speak. Outwardly,
    • to become sensitive in its fingertips, it will not develop the
    • sometimes disturbed, that certain phases of development make
    • natural course of development. But in this context you can also
    • can walk. Speech has to be developed on the basis of the right
    • more conscious. But this faculty ought to be developed last,
    • toward it. Thinking, which arises later, can develop only out
    • processes of development. Thinking, which is — or ought
    • to be — the last faculty developed, always has the
    • quite a different situation. With regard to the development of
    • sounds that in some species have developed into a kind of
    • human development.
    • essence by comparing it with animal development. If an animal
    • outer organization, which develops in a way similar to that of
    • orientation of thought is developed, and because of this the
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • Waldorf Education and child development. This volume will provide a
    • body, soul, and spirit, it is especially necessary to develop a
    • one can develop a faculty for observing such things, one will
    • ourselves to when as children we develop thinking from speech.
    • small part of this formative element and use it to develop
    • When looking at such a progression of development, we find that
    • the baby teeth, which is followed by years of developing a
    • way yet develop the kind of thinking that leads to an
    • with the natural authority they have developed. This reveals
    • the development of a child's memory is particularly strong at
    • of this earlier, specially developed habit — which still
    • through developing certain inner needs. In recognizing these
    • disheartened because the child at each developmental stage
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • Waldorf Education and child development. This volume will provide a
    • children — in order to guide and develop them
    • know how to treat the child who will otherwise develop inner
    • develop a feeling for the quality of sounds. No longer do young
    • one no longer dares speak to them of another developmental
    • speaking about life's later stages of development. But it is
    • you see a onesided development of the chest organization. Take
    • thus see a one-sided development of a human organic system in
    • animal-form in terms of a one-sided development of a specific
    • as a one-sided development of various human organic systems. It
    • preliminary remarks about child development and religious
    • development, what will emerge later must already be carefully
    • arises: Bearing these laws of human development in mind, how
    • we act properly by developing the kind of sympathies and
    • the child's soul for what should develop later on as the adult
    • plant on its tendrils,” and thus develop their own
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • Waldorf Education and child development. This volume will provide a
    • or ugly, good or evil. Children can only develop the faculty of
    • child's life. But because of the way our times have developed
    • is essential today that our society develops a physiology
    • being develops, and about how we have to give appropriate
    • ninth and tenth years, the children develop a new sense for a
    • human being: The physical body is born at birth. It develops
    • truly matters. However, this awareness can be developed only if
    • stage of development and to treat everything so that they will
    • twelfth year), something new begins to develop, and that is the
    • etheric body was already fully developed before that. If you
    • developed too early, the judgments of others are received with
    • now the teacher is called on to develop the skill necessary to
    • developed a sense of causality; anything that requires proof
    • the one person for whom they had already developed sympathy and
    • will not develop the necessary incentive while learning to read
    • important later in life. Such capacities will not develop if
    • develop a passion for certain types of music — for
    • by music, rather than developing an appreciation of the inner
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • Waldorf Education and child development. This volume will provide a
    • concerning, on the one hand, the child's own development, and
    • that has to be developed out of the bodily-religious
    • however, gratitude will develop very spontaneously during this
    • gratitude then develops further by flowing into the forces of
    • all-embracing gratitude will develop toward the whole
    • children, a corresponding increase in gratitude will develop
    • development. The possibility of a more intense experience of
    • development of gratitude. Love, born out of the experience of
    • love of God will develop out of universal gratitude, as the
    • blossom develops from the root.
    • develops from the child's tender life-stirrings during the time
    • can observe how certain characteristics have developed in a
    • of teeth and the coming of puberty, the development of a sense
    • that when the child is in the process of also developing the
    • develop between the child's second dentition and puberty, but
    • world. Sexual love is only one aspect of love that develops at
    • way love develops in the human soul is different from the way
    • has to awaken. The development of love really does
    • approach of puberty, begins. This is when what first developed
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • Waldorf Education and child development. This volume will provide a
    • period of development, as already described during a previous
    • adolescent should have been helped toward developing sufficient
    • teeth and puberty; this was the theme developed yesterday.
    • shalt” attitude, proper development will be hindered in
    • fundamental virtue develops, which is the sense of duty.
    • unfold as a part of natural development, based only on
    • developed properly, with sexual maturity the sense of duty will
    • What belongs to the human soul and spirit realm has to develop
    • everything, and how the sense of duty must be developed so that
    • by insight into the students' development. These things are all
    • develop inner certainty. This is why we feel it necessary to
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • Waldorf Education and child development. This volume will provide a
    • everything we have said about the child's development, from
    • child's digestive tract, and especially on the development of
    • surprising to anyone with insight into human development. This
    • bent on developing the physical part of the child according to
    • developed from out of the actual experience of teaching
    • deeply rooted in human evolution, in the Christian development
    • instead, who have remained at the same level of development as
    • spirit that reigns in everything developed there. Because of
    • impedes, later in life, a sound development of a will permeated
    • properly develop qualities of courage, if musical instruction
    • has had to develop from small beginnings. Only by overcoming
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • Waldorf Education and child development. This volume will provide a
    • Eurythmy is only at the beginning of its development, and it
    • eurythmy was developed. But, for example, we have added stage
    • been fully developed, a time will come when this youngest of
    • who has developed the art of recitation here in Dornach, has been ill
    • Marie Steiner-von Sivers (1867–1948) developed the Goethean
    • tendency has developed to assign a more secondary place to the
    • developed by the ancient Greeks — and to revive also the
    • air. To develop the gift of shaping air is most important in
    • eurythmy has not been developed far enough. That will happen



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