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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • change, a renewal. And yet, when hearing the various ideas on
    • there is another reason for concern. New ideas for education do
    • a wonderful idea to demonstrate the mechanics of human speech
    • offer even more ideas for educational reform, as is generally
    • ideas of a relatively few scientifically trained experts have
    • coefficient zero is given. The idea of this method is to
    • attitude. It does not simply want to correct old ideas, but
    • be tempted to implement sectarian ideas.
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • concentration, and so on. In that case, intellectual ideas are
    • that in these beginning stages we may observe ideal stages that
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • taking hold of a person's thinking and ideation.
    • their pet ideas into the one branch of life that demands the
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • the idea of also opening a kindergarten, or something similar,
    • that, ideally speaking, are justified. Here one does not have
    • will become evident that meaningless and erroneous ideas are
    • are caused by one-sided illusions, by fixed ideas about how
    • things become fads. The ideas that underlie all three methods
    • similar sound. No one can refute such an idea. On the contrary,
    • most peculiar ideas have been expressed to explain this
    • a soul on an inanimate object — an idea that has already
    • such ideas have never met a primitive person. For example, it
    • But even such a primitive idea does not enter children's dim
    • the world of ideas, or at least depends on ideation for its
    • mature enough to appreciate the ideal quality and substance of
    • is reached where young people's own images and ideas can be
    • must strike such a person as if those who hold such an idea
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • physiology and the popular ideas derived from it. Today one
    • modern people, because they tend to disagree with the idea that
    • appalling when a teacher's ideas and concepts have been worked
    • eye for what is mobile. They can apprehend ideas that are
    • form of ideas. This new readiness for a portrayal of the human
    • child's soul, not as a concept or idea, but as a feeling.
    • the idea of the soul's immortality. As the teacher, I am the
    • Let's assume that the teacher's ideal attitude —
    • much. If this is the ideal, the way a child answers each
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • discipline into the ideas that will come to them while
    • the lessons adequately; one will feel deprived of ideas because
    • must be willing to forgo abstract aims or remote ideals, the
    • eyes, one finds that the strangest ideas have arisen,
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • own ideals (or whatever else you choose to call these things),
    • educational ideals. Life is governed by what arises from the
    • toward our aims and ideals. Lengthy and minutely detailed
    • already said, one cannot base one's educational ideas on such
    • and that they gain a working idea of how paper is made, for
    • is impossible for us to insist on pushing our ideals with any
    • the ideals of a truly human education, so that external
    • of one's educational ideals. It is something not to be
    • there does not fully correspond to the avowed ideals of Waldorf
    • those ideals regardless of the general situation — and
    • ideas of downright impractical theoreticians, who believe they
    • is only a very abstract ideal, I can only speak about it
    • acknowledging that the idea of basing education, including
    • represents a far-reaching ideal, we must not overlook the fact
    • that the circle of those who stand firmly behind our ideals is
    • must happen so that the Waldorf ideal can rest upon truly firm
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • like to add something today, as an example of how these ideas
    • wings, by our educational ideas and methods. This must always
    • instill the necessary idealism for life in their students,
    • soul, with the ideal of allowing education to grow into a
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • case of thoughts, communication of the ideas themselves,
    • stage will help you to gain a true idea of what I have been
    • Naturally, the ideal solution would be to complement naturally
    • ideal form, while the lower part of the carving is still

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