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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • you a practical example because, rather than presenting
    • much reverence and admiration. To quote an example, he says,
    • vehemently emphasized by an Asian. But here you have an example
    • now I shall give you another example from Tagore's memoirs of
    • Well, here you have an example of how a famous Indian speaks
    • This example illustrates the reaction of a young person
    • able to grow into a good, even a famous person? (Examples like
    • progress. This is only one small example, but the way human
    • then calculated. For example, if the waters of Niagara Falls
    • different situation. Observe, for example, how the human heart
    • even fundamental issues are simply overlooked. For example, you
    • would like to illustrate this point with an example. Whenever
    • test and measure the pupils' various gifts. For example, you
    • coefficients in other combinations of talents. For example,
    • example, that teachers can penetrate human nature so deeply
    • When studying physics, for example, scientists have the courage
    • three-dimensional space, to choose a very simple example. One
    • present circumstances only. This is the case, for example, when
    • Let us take the example of someone who develops diabetes or
    • example, if undigested vestiges of memory remain in the soul of
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • needs and how long it should be awake. For example, suppose
    • a child, for example, is frequently exposed to the outbursts of
    • you have an example of how a certain soul condition directly
    • imitation in just this situation. You can find many examples in
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • example, when seeing the father or the mother moving a hand or
    • Zealand, for example, people think exactly the same as we do
    • psychology, for example, has discovered the curious phenomenon
    • happen, they will not understand. If, for example, you
    • example, in gym or arithmetic classes, and so on. There is
    • is in their motor system. For example, the chair that a child
    • puberty the teachers have to guide through personal example as
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • specialized skills. For example, children of preschool age are
    • does when, for example, a little boy plays with a spade or some
    • example, instead of presenting the child directly with letters
    • a fine agent, a refined entity — for example, in the
    • certain things should be taught. For example, the nineteenth
    • such as the letter M, for example, we actually say
    • example, they heard a dog barking, “bow-wow.” If
    • phenomenon. For example, you may have heard people say,
    • definition always tempts one to quote the Greek example of a
    • such ideas have never met a primitive person. For example, it
    • human being that is spread out. Take a lion, for example; there
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • eye, for example. Nevertheless, even in the eye, the perceived
    • Let's take the example of a child who, at the age of eight, has
    • self-knowledge. For example, in the Waldorf school we let the
    • example, if they are strongly drawn to Wagner's music (and in
    • do that, I often use the following example: If, as a teacher,
    • examples of this can be found. And so, similarly, imponderables
    • all, whether I ask the child a question, for example, about the
    • will then also phrase their questions properly. For example,
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • experience gratitude, for example, when entering a beautiful
    • lessons, for example, there is every need for the teacher to
    • example, from my thirteenth to eighteenth year I had a teacher
    • depths of the feeling life that also play a part. For example,
    • insolent reply. An example of this is the following situation:
    • example:
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • Another interesting example can be found in so-called
    • abbreviated degrees after their names, for example,
    • Real life presents some strange examples. And, although it is
    • obituaries. R¶ntgen, for example, was also
    • controlled by, for example, being fixed into a rigid iron frame
    • example, Jakob Böhme (1575–1624), the shoemaker from
    • example.
    • also how to understand at least simple examples of mechanical
    • facts have shown up. There was, for example, Robert Hamerling,
    • is happening, an eye of the soul. For example, the following
    • for example, that a patient's heart is not functioning
    • come only if, for example, an American millionaire were to
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • like to add something today, as an example of how these ideas
    • very angry in school (for example, if a child accidentally
    • a fairly drastic example, but this kind of thing can happen too
    • example, a child with a melancholic disposition. If you give
    • This is an example of how knowledge of the interaction and
    • lessons. I would like to give you an example.
    • of humankind. For example, teachers who in the depths of their
    • treated in class. For example, it has a salutary effect if one
    • example, one cannot understand the human gall or liver system
    • what is really happening. For example, one often hears the
    • of both courses is the same as, for example, the head and the
    • happens because of too many subject changes. For example,
    • session. For example, in a main lesson period, geography would
    • give another example: not long ago, during one of our teacher
    • example?
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • example, if a poem speaks of a person hitting or attacking
    • eurythmy was developed. But, for example, we have added stage
    • examples of recitation.
    • example, people today would not readily understand why Goethe,
    • eurythmy! Let us say, for example, that you recited a poem, and
    • example, in the field of medicine. I want to mention this only
    • example to show that, if any impulses in one or another
    • as an example of how strong the inclinations are — even
    • example, not long ago I was faced with a large number of lies,



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