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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • Well, this was the first shock when the nature of the human
    • nature, science has, at the same time, alienated human beings
    • else our attention is directed to other realms of nature, to
    • those applied to inorganic nature. Nevertheless — at
    • physical nature reflects the soul and spiritual nature seems to
    • insight into human nature is called for, insight based on a
    • on the nature of the entire universe.
    • human nature as it really is. In a certain sense this failure
    • to penetrate human nature has already crept into modern-day
    • example, that teachers can penetrate human nature so deeply
    • alienation from real human nature.
    • nature that surround us, now transfers the knowledge gained to
    • thinking about outer nature now becomes the key to
    • nature. Current research shows such courage only when observing
    • external nature, but shrinks from applying the same methods in
    • When characterizing these phenomena that occur in nature,
    • cognitive powers used to study outer nature, but modern science
    • their time, from the universal nature of human feelings and
    • from human nature itself. If I had my way, I would give
    • if our understanding can penetrate the very nature of the human
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • nature of the growing human being, bearing in mind the later
    • this, one's knowledge of human nature must be capable of
    • soul life a stronger connection with what is of the nature of
    • for it lies in the child's nature to learn to think only
    • quality of mirroring, or reflecting, outer nature and its
    • nature and its processes. Thus all of the child's first
    • thinking is aimed at creating images of outer nature and its
    • animal forms, how to grasp the nature of the upper chest organs
    • This is how some people would explain the nature of the human
    • Spirit, soul, and body — spirit, soul, and nature
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • one look at human nature is enough to discover reasons for this
    • to the realm of language has an artistic nature. Language
    • but has a completely pictorial character. True to nature, such
    • according to their nature, must remain characteristically
    • treated with an understanding of human nature. We will hear
    • of human nature. It will open one's eyes to the incisive
    • own nature, children, having gone through the change of teeth,
    • will-nature of the ancient people who used them, whereas the
    • how should this be done without countering human nature? We
    • which has a rhythmical nature, in order to work back again
    • polarities in human nature. The nerve-sense system on the one
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • human nature, it can become extraordinarily difficult to
    • at school is attuned to human nature. If you know how to form
    • to the mutual interaction between the soul-spiritual nature and
    • find this unity between what has physical nature and what has
    • moral nature. This is what you have to remember when working
    • depend largely on our soul nature. When we pronounce letters,
    • whole — you will find the way back to the true nature of
    • are a way of expressing and revealing a person's inner nature.
    • outer nature. You can confirm this for yourselves if you go
    • true nature of hair. And because it seems almost too obvious,
    • nature. Even in demonstrations everything depends on the choice
    • A blossom, taken by itself, is a falsehood in nature. In order
    • young students gradually from the divine-spiritual in nature,
    • to recognize, through a pictorial contemplation of nature, how
    • divine-spiritual weaving in nature and in history, a new stage
    • nature. In my lectures I have used the comparison of the river
    • harmony with the child's nature. Thus we neither wish nor
    • results from insight into human nature were to now declare that
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • a will nature.
    • will tolerate only an approach to external nature and to the
    • they learn about — even if it is part of inorganic nature
    • inclination to look so intimately at human nature. Otherwise
    • nature of the etheric has a quality all its own. During the
    • nature of the human being, and that it contradicts the truth.
    • considers the true nature of the human being; pedagogical
    • human nature would never tell a child, “You cannot yet
    • in the child's nature between the change of teeth and puberty.
    • does represent a complete about-face of children's nature
    • nature of children tests the teacher as never before. They want
    • When this view of education has become second nature, one will
    • problem, we must try to avoid harming human nature when
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • of reaching the child's true nature — one must learn to
    • know the child's true nature according to what has been shown
    • gratitude may arise in us whenever we look at nature. It may be
    • nature's phenomena. And if we only act properly in front of the
    • least some degree of appreciation for the universal nature of
    • this time of life. At that age one can see how love of nature
    • leading up to the twelfth year — love of nature awakens
    • Before this stage, the child's relationship to nature is
    • that belongs to the fairyworld of nature, a love that has to be
    • realities in nature awakens only later. At this point we are
    • can finally take hold of the bodily nature in the right and
    • human nature. If you want to introduce changes by external
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • the child's own nature. This represents one side of what has
    • that are alien to its nature. They may appear within some
    • nature. There is nothing one can do about it, because if
    • relationship to the nature of the growing human being; they are
    • nature, we are simply led to introduce the children — or
    • against human nature if we did not include bookbinding and
    • right attitude, and this is what really matters. The nature and
    • in matters of a more cognitive nature.
    • inability to understand the true nature of matter. Knowledge of
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • everything of a rhythmic nature in the human being, is mainly
    • (and yet, true to the nature of the human organism) are the
    • nature.
    • — similar to the way we see outer nature. Just compare
    • easily reproach nature for being tremendously wasteful.
    • natures of the choleric, melancholic, sanguine, and phlegmatic
    • understand human nature cannot assess how important certain
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • intellectually thought out, nor are they excessive by nature.
    • anthroposophy must, by its very nature, find practical

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