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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • perspective, we find that he does not talk of his teachers with
    • findings cannot be contested. Consequently these elements of
    • you are dealing with children in the classroom, you will find
    • may find that drawing and writing carry the correlation
    • things should not be investigated. As a matter of fact, I find
    • search the biography of such old people, you may find that when
    • rheumatism at a certain age. When trying to find a remedy for
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • from our findings. Knowledge of the human being made possible
    • yesterday — fundamentally differs from the findings of
    • we shall find that there are three things with which they have
    • find out. The expression “learning to walk”
    • sentences. You will also find that if a child has a slouching
    • gait, it will have difficulties finding the right intervals
    • animal world. And when it compares its findings with what
    • realistically. Then one will find out how to correctly study
    • find our relationship during these three years to statics and
    • have difficulties in finding their way from one word to the
    • we will find that when they were learning to walk, they were
    • child who has difficulties in finding the right words. Here an
    • stammering. If one finds a tendency toward stammering in
    • one will be able to find the correct answers to particular
    • imitation in just this situation. You can find many examples in
    • movements of her handicapped sister. You can find similar cases
    • the soul, of course) will find in the way a child walks —
    • establish in the first thirty pages of print, only to find that
    • its findings are, it is still adhering to medieval dogmatism.
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • Anyone who looks back over one's past life will find that, when
    • toward it. We find that it was not just one previous step, but
    • the child finds its way into the static and dynamic realm. If
    • find that an individual's destiny already begins to be revealed
    • find the fundamental links between the way a child adapts
    • working. Only when we come to human sense perception do we find
    • When looking at such a progression of development, we find that
    • one can observe such transformations, one will find external
    • system. Only by realizing this will one find the correct
    • number in an appropriate way for their age, you will find that
    • intellectualized adult. We must begin by finding the key to
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • what is still missing will surely find its way into our further
    • from flowing out of the organism as a living stream that finds
    • will find that now the child can remember something that has
    • history of civilization. All we have to do is find our way
    • find this unity between what has physical nature and what has
    • human being and find our way, unimpeded by generally accepted
    • ways, one will hardly find anyone prepared to defend the old
    • whole — you will find the way back to the true nature of
    • actually is; and if one does this, one will find that the
    • important thing is to find one's way into life as it really is
    • to find the way into each specific life period. Until the ninth
    • may think that you know the laburnum from what you find
    • human organic system. If you can find the necessary strength to
    • commandments — we grant them the freedom to find their
    • them to find their own way to the divine world.
    • find their own religious orientation later on. In every human
    • shortage of teachers, we had to find among our existing staff
    • really was not at all easy to find the appropriate form that
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • Thus, we find that between the ninth and twelfth years children
    • contrast to what one finds in the usual textbooks on botany,
    • physical matter we find that its main characteristic is its
    • assessment. Everything that came from the world had to find the
    • is so ludicrous whenever people try to find the inner
    • also find other helpful guidelines. But whatever is presented
    • and spiritual faculties should find its proper realm within the
    • because I want to find an answer to something I don't know. If
    • Fine; but if such is one's attitude, one may find that the
    • phrase my question to find out what the child feels and thinks
    • part of this theme also — that is, what we find when
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • find plenty of opportunities to rectify any possible
    • day before yesterday, we find, if not in every case, that at
    • lessons, then they might find themselves in a position where
    • find the self. Then love of work will develop. This love of
    • will find that people will not respond as expected. And,
    • eyes, one finds that the strangest ideas have arisen,
    • agitation — you will find it all based upon a fundamental
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • respect, one finds oneself caught in a dilemma.
    • allowed to creep into our educational endeavors, only to find
    • teachers would find it preferable to steer a straight course
    • much older than seven or eight, you will find it full of
    • person could never find a high school teaching position.
    • increasingly difficult to find a workable compromise in our way
    • society, and Goethe's dictum will find its noblest fulfillment:
    • work performed by the two sexes will find its natural course
    • lower classes of a middle school. You actually find this
    • people, as they enter life, find the proper human connection in
    • lay knowledge in medicine. Now one of these healers may find,
    • is a hodgepodge of abstractions anyway — we find a
    • you have made the effort to come here to find out what Waldorf
    • teachers of the one existing Waldorf school, and there we find
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • — you will find that the sugar has a totally different
    • On the other hand, you will find that other forms of pedagogy,
    • Now we find that there are more girls than boys in some
    • learned to find a way into this kind of thinking. If you were
    • you find a point of entry, you meet every problem and task
    • souls are seeking the proper stimulation for finding
    • would do well to find a source of inspiration by reading again
    • with unseeing eyes, may find the necessary stimulation in the
    • pushing and hitting each other. If they now find themselves
    • handle the situation in each individual case. You will find a
    • something that they cannot find in their contemporaries. This
    • where one would find something about the teacher's attitude
    • also another way of looking at it — that is, one may find
    • You will find that, basically, the substance
    • find a natural and appropriate place within the life of the
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • beings communicate with each another, we would find that a
    • arts will find its place, side by side with the older arts, in
    • laws. You could find a parallel in speech. If I wish to say
    • anthroposophy must, by its very nature, find practical



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