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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • look back with deep, inner satisfaction at having been taught
    • and writing within the inner functions, or recognize what
    • child's inner soul properties. This same process can also be
    • With the change of teeth, the forces that cause an inner
    • firmness, an inner consolidation and support, have reached a
    • upright until the inner hardening processes manifest in the
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • knowledge of human beings has such inner fullness that it can
    • characteristic way of walking. An inner adjustment underlies
    • learning to walk; there is an inner orientation of the young
    • statics and dynamics in one's own inner being and to relate
    • rhythms and beat, as well as inwardly with its entire inner
    • production — that is, into the inner experience of the
    • voices to enter their inner being. These sounds flow into the
    • adjust the structure of my innermost organization
    • sleep appropriate to its age. The inner being of such a child
    • stronger working together of these inner dynamics — of
    • whole inner life and configuration. I have already spoken of
    • organ; we know that inner processes are inaugurated through
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • with a specific, characteristic form of inner experience. For
    • is totally permeated by an inner need for deeply religious
    • fundamentally an imitative being. But the kind of inner
    • how the child, with its inner attitude of religious surrender,
    • inner soul impulse.
    • the animal it is connected more with the inner being, creating
    • On the other hand, adults with an inner freshness (which does
    • later memory is descended from? It is still an inner habit.
    • When taking in the spoken word, a refined inner habit is formed
    • inwardly. After this, it spreads inner forces to the remaining
    • child's breathing is in the head, until, through an inner
    • active in the inner sculpting of the physical body. Indeed, if
    • manifestations and phenomena with definite inner demands,
    • through developing certain inner needs. In recognizing these
    • inner bond between teacher and pupil during the classroom time.
    • wants to overflow from within the child with deep inner
    • assume the form of a certain inner opposition. Naturally, since
    • child is unaware of any inner resistance. In keeping with their
    • with strong inner opposition — is to have to draw on a
    • whatever to do with the inner experience of a child. When a
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • artificial activities actually deflect the child's inner forces
    • inner activity. So much for the child until the change of
    • certain inner opposition, mainly toward reading and writing, as
    • know how to treat the child who will otherwise develop inner
    • to learn. But this will happen only if their inner forces
    • are a way of expressing and revealing a person's inner nature.
    • innermost being — that is, their religious orientation.
    • the human soul becomes free through an inner picture of a
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • instrumental in creating the inner sense impressions. The task
    • within every sense organ an inner activity also occurs that has
    • instinctive sense of color; and through the ensuing inner
    • inner horror (I think one can put it that strongly) of facing a
    • but on a higher level. The inner experience of such a climb
    • of conservation of energy is not compatible with the inner
    • — was the vehicle for inner acceptance; the child may not
    • childhood. It is like the arising of an inner vision. One is
    • fourteen is an inner resentment toward judgments that are
    • to look for inner causes. Since children are only mature enough
    • to affect an experience in the child that satisfies an inner
    • consciously, but through inner doubts and restlessness, which
    • only shows weakness and inner uncertainty. It is unnecessary to
    • is so ludicrous whenever people try to find the inner
    • like looking for the inner connection between a path leading to
    • by music, rather than developing an appreciation of the inner
    • their images and the words used to describe them, their inner
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • All that flows, with devotion and love, from a child's inner
    • But that first tender love, so deeply embodied in the inner
    • toward the entire universe, and also out of an inner
    • inner development of the teaching faculty.
    • evolve now must appear with the young person's full inner
    • new phase of development after puberty with full inner
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • what is considered relevant to their inner needs. At the same
    • rules, his inner being could remain flexible with regard to the
    • listen with inner clarity and a sense of psychology to what the
    • maturity and inner strength to enter the realm of human
    • maturity, from the inner being of the adolescent, the third
    • inner forces of growth, just as these must not be artificially
    • practical side in education, prompted by insight into the inner
    • speak of matter, but it does not penetrate to the inner
    • develop inner certainty. This is why we feel it necessary to
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • Inner dishonesty in teachers also has a very harmful effect on
    • one does not have an inner understanding of the immense
    • subjects may appear very different. This inner correspondence
    • and inner satisfaction that it was again possible for a large
    • gratitude, and the happy memory of the inner satisfaction as I
    • out of feelings of gratitude and inner satisfaction, of hope
    • firm foundation, and inner satisfaction a source of warmth,
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • difference between a beginner practicing eurythmy and someone
    • a few words in conclusion. In response, I express my deep inner

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