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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • expressed the wish to support this conference. This is greatly
    • different views are expressed — often with considerable
    • school.” The meaning of this expression is not confined
    • to European countries, but seems to express a worldwide
    • shake off the impression of this dark and expressionless leg
    • experience something similar to the feelings Tagore expressed
    • another human being. I would like to express this thought in
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • find out. The expression “learning to walk”
    • could express what lives in its forming and shaping, emanating
    • able to express this relationship. The human being, on the
    • forces and how this quality comes to outer expression in them.
    • expression implied to those who studied such questions as we
    • the actual concept of this expression; only later on was it
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • blunt tools of today's theories of heredity. To express it more
    • resort to unfamiliar modes of expression to characterize
    • can perceive the slightest facial expressions of its master,
    • expressions are so fine that even a human being could not
    • facial expressions that the horse can perceive. In this way it
    • and outward observation of its master's facial expressions.
    • vicinity will speak. To express it somewhat paradoxically, the
    • their words were caressing the child, expressing approval and
    • we notice how the child's affinity to music is easily expressed
    • signs signified, although these were more expressive of the
    • Egyptian hieroglyphs expressed more of a feeling approach. The
    • released and expressed outwardly in how the child works with
    • fully expressed during these years, and it is the healthiest of
    • entirely in the pictorial realm and is an outer expression of
    • expression of this would be: The children in themselves are all
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • days. Few people are sufficiently aware that anything expressed
    • they wanted to express a similar soul mood they produced a
    • are a way of expressing and revealing a person's inner nature.
    • The forms of the letters that express vowel sounds do not
    • imitate external things at all, but express human feelings of
    • expressed, therefore, by the sound EE; amazement or
    • wonder; “I am astonished!” is expressed by
    • [as in path] expresses “I want
    • in you] expresses “I am frightened.”
    • most peculiar ideas have been expressed to explain this
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • expression “a sense organ where will forces are
    • course of our lives expressed symbolically in the form of a
    • or educators. This appeal for help is not necessarily expressed
    • (always remembering the reservation expressed yesterday, that
    • the human being. Just as the expression “You can't
    • absolutely correct: one can make use of the ways pupils express
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • parents or other educators — and everything expressed
    • fellow human beings, and in how they express their gratitude.
    • the outbreathing of soul expressed in dull and monotonous
    • instinctive knowledge, in the popular expression; for, in the
    • expression — but not in the sense of bad and careless
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • I feel justified in expressing appreciation for how much the
    • prevailing conditions themselves, which are expressed as
    • compromise” — forgive this term, I cannot express
    • (and the following assertion not only expresses my personal
    • the express aim of working toward the creation of such a
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • expressed during the meetings that is important, but that a
    • one's dream life forces are expressed — even if only
    • of a child's gall — forgive this expression, but it is
    • organization, and they remain infantile. The expression
    • [The German expression is Kindskopf, literally
    • causes difficulties today. You see how expressions, sometimes
    • this point I would like to express once more what I already
    • with more or less sympathy, I want to express my deep gratitude
    • expressed it just now. And the more intensely these thoughts
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • expressive of our limbs — but also with other members of
    • first babbling sounds of a baby, which express only feelings
    • Poets have to struggle against the thought element to express
    • to express their soul experiences.
    • This is why we do not express the more undulating forms of air
    • presented for outwardly expressing, clearly and visibly, what
    • It lives in everything expressed outwardly, in every physical
    • be expressed poetically, the form of the thought has to
    • aspects of what they want to express with a full human quality.
    • expression through the medium of eurythmy. Hearing the
    • intellectual. In eurythmy, expressive and meaningful gestures
    • Seeing song or music expressed in movement will also convey a
    • expression. However, there is no doubt that stage presentation
    • expression — that is, the human being, who is a
    • expressive members — that is, the arms and hands —
    • Question: Isn't there an inherent law expressed in a
    • of Goethe.] One has to aim at expressing the essentials, on the
    • The course participants expressed the wish to start an
    • a few words in conclusion. In response, I express my deep inner
    • to express one's opinion. Certainly, everybody is entitled to a
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