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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • forms of its architecture and its interior design would have
    • educating the young are discussing the need for reform. Many
    • education? But as long as the call for educational reform comes
    • certain educational reformers would not admit this to
    • reform? Where can better ways of educating the young be found?
    • should become transformed into life habits and skills. In later
    • Considering the myriad impulses for educational reform, one
    • that are more useful than educational reform.
    • offer even more ideas for educational reform, as is generally
    • it conforms to actual real-life situations. We will confront
    • form until the seventh year, and then it is no longer present
    • forms of liberated heat. According to this concept,
    • there must be some form of heat that cannot be determined with
    • recognized in other areas of the child's bone formation. One
    • same, although transformed, as what had been active previously
    • that hardens the human form to give it structure and support.
    • form such a concept abstractly, but in such a case it is not
    • rise into consciousness and assume abstract forms.
    • might understand this transformation better through an analogy;
    • the form of a picture. Those who have not learned to fold their
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • being. What is gained through this approach then forms the
    • they escape a more external form of observation. This external
    • child's true being. Teachers need to transform their knowledge
    • Knowledge of the human being, which forms the basis of a sound
    • arms. Their activity, in turn, forms the basis for what is
    • formation of the left speech organ. From the relationship
    • together, when you see how in the process of sentence formation
    • the movement of the legs, the child learns to form correct
    • form. If we disregard certain animals capable of producing
    • animal forms of the various species depend, in each case, upon
    • there, forces are radiating out that create the form of a lion.
    • form is to be found in what becomes the speech organ in the
    • forms radiate. One day this will have to be studied in detail
    • animal forms, how to grasp the nature of the upper chest organs
    • animal form.
    • Human beings form these organs into speech organs on the basis
    • absorb in this way? Think of how the potential to give form to
    • human form, right into the structure of the most delicate
    • finest tissues. It flows into their very formation, and
    • could express what lives in its forming and shaping, emanating
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • movements from those of the legs and feet, also forms the basis
    • with a specific, characteristic form of inner experience. For
    • form of this pious and devotional reverence.
    • in a strangely sense-perceptible form by how a child begins to
    • the animal's form. We also create our form, but we take away a
    • small part of this formative element and use it to develop
    • the human being that can lead us to a true form of education,
    • reappear transformed as thought. The young child cannot in any
    • transformed soul quality, and seems to disappear altogether.
    • one can observe such transformations, one will find external
    • first lecture, I am not at all against the more external forms
    • reason, even if formulated in terms intended to appeal to the
    • will surface again at puberty in the form of a capacity for
    • simply miss the mark. Only the actions performed in the child's
    • was formerly a physically based surrender to a religious mood
    • of all the activities being performed within its environment
    • in pictorial form. And we must pour this pictorial element into
    • transformed, strangely enough, into pictures during this second
    • When taking in the spoken word, a refined inner habit is formed
    • has a more physical quality — a soul habit is formed when
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • of this kind, it is only possible to point the way, in the form
    • movements for school reform is recognized by far too few
    • formulate demands. All that is needed in our society, which is
    • come together to work out a perfect program for school reform,
    • performance of an efficient stove should be. Obviously they
    • this is how most of the programs for school reform are arrived
    • for school reform in the abstract. But the concrete reality is
    • presented here in the right light, as a really practical form
    • transformed into work, one has solved the fundamental problem
    • whittle down our complicated forms of life, such as a child
    • children transform adult occupations into child's play,
    • Children bring formative forces with them, forces eager to flow
    • in effecting the wonderful formation of the brain with its
    • formation of the second teeth. One should become modest and ask
    • unconscious wisdom weaving through the formative forces.
    • formative forces — which up to its seventh year have been
    • this way, by appealing to the formative forces in its soul, you
    • formative forces. Such a child will tell you, “That is a
    • abstract letter forms.
    • characteristic words that we then transform into pictures and
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • perceiving, which is transformed into imitation, then connects
    • satisfaction, they work in harmony with their own formative
    • subject matter, one forms the content into a story, if words
    • every animal form we can see a part of the human organism, but
    • animal world in the human being. This can form the new content
    • organization to certain animal forms before their pupils have
    • solution that forms a sediment at the bottom of a container.
    • as still forming a homogeneous solution until the physical is
    • about the ninth year they want to participate in the formation
    • lessons themselves, must form a picture. And then, between the
    • plant world in its many forms with true imagination is very
    • the theories formulated concerning the essence of the etheric,
    • course of our lives expressed symbolically in the form of a
    • transformed. But this can be achieved only through an
    • flexible, and they can perceive what comes in the form of
    • ability to form judgments, which is closely connected with
    • concept of cause and effect is the formation of judgments) one
    • an integral part in forming judgments or criticisms. If you
    • make the mistake of forcing children to form critical judgments
    • form indicates everything it does. We can also observe the
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • and methods must be formed so that they offer every opportunity
    • such views were true, sexual love would devour all other forms
    • platform — only then will teachers receive the moral
    • was viewed as a form of healing, as I have already mentioned
    • performed by other people in the environment. I have also said
    • performing it.
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • found in conventional forms of education, with their
    • spiritual eyes, is the transformed body-related, natural
    • work performed by the two sexes will find its natural course
    • form of education is being implemented that considers fully the
    • truly human form of education can be established.
    • a form of pedagogy that will turn into the right kind of
    • lessons are given. It becomes transformed into the teacher's
    • on; professions that in their present customary forms are still
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • connected with all that forms the human motor system. As for
    • of teeth, the formative and malleable shaping forces involved
    • a less violent form of temper that can very often be seen among
    • On the other hand, you will find that other forms of pedagogy,
    • circulation through taking some form of poison. It is important
    • appropriate forms of pedagogy (especially in these
    • unless one can also transform these into the ways that
    • the child, still very open to the musical-formative forces. In
    • stomach; each form a part of one organism. It may be
    • present lessons out of the spirit that has become transformed
    • places; for you have come to this course to obtain information
    • can be inwardly formed — the thoughts of the work based
    • pour into my farewell, which is not to be taken as formal or
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
    • Introductory Words to aEurythmy Performance
    • language of forms. Therefore it may be appropriate to say a few
    • words first. I do not intend to explain the performance, which
    • form created to be seen. It should simply be watched.
    • will see human figures performing gesture-like movements on
    • relationships and performing various forms and patterns as they
    • and sensations in primitive form, to articulated speech later
    • visible form of speech, created by movements of the entire
    • is involved with a kind of gesturing. This form of gesturing,
    • 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
    • letting the larynx and the other speech organs transform the
    • performed by the arms, the hands, or the entire human figure,
    • This is why we do not express the more undulating forms of air
    • formation. In performing the appropriate eurythmy movements
    • through the formative, pictorial qualities of sound formation,
    • the spoken word is formed.
    • be expressed poetically, the form of the thought has to
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