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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • be isolated from the whole human organism. However perfect the
    • those applied to inorganic nature. Nevertheless — at
    • would be basing one's calculations on an organ that has been
    • must have been connected with the physical organism before
    • in the child's physical organism.
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • as an entity, an organization of body, soul, and spirit. It
    • constitution of the human organism. Eating and drinking follow
    • child. The equilibrium of the organism, with all its
    • formation of the left speech organ. From the relationship
    • human being uses the larynx and other speech organs. The higher
    • animals also possess these organs, even if in a more primitive
    • larynx with its neighboring organs, since these are used for
    • comparison with the human being — organs of this kind
    • is a fact that these organs, at least to a certain extent, have
    • Though incapable of making use of these organs for speech, the
    • the animal's larynx and its neighboring organs. If, for
    • causes have to be looked for in its upper chest organs. From
    • form is to be found in what becomes the speech organ in the
    • human being. From these organs, the forces creating the animal
    • animal forms, how to grasp the nature of the upper chest organs
    • and the way these pass over into the organs of the mouth. For
    • Human beings form these organs into speech organs on the basis
    • the entire human organism lies in these organs. This means that
    • be shaped only by the larynx and its neighboring organs, but
    • organization. The coarser parts are able to withstand these
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • the organization of the whole human being, who is made up of
    • child is one big sense organ. This is what makes children
    • just one particular sense organ — that a young child is
    • world and, in keeping with its organization, reproduces what is
    • organization, working in the I, astral, and etheric bodies, is
    • which they affect the remaining organism. They are caused by a
    • organism. This is why children's diseases radiate downward from
    • struggle within its organism, a kind of harmony between the
    • what is overflowing from their organisms. I will speak more
    • child's entire organism. If your way of teaching can capture
    • inner organization of the child's body. But after puberty,
    • female organism, but in a different way, not in the larynx. It
    • is brought about through other organs. Having gone through
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • organs, entirely given over in a bodily-religious way to what
    • frequent use of mechanical methods in preference to organic
    • from flowing out of the organism as a living stream that finds
    • out of the organism. Previously, these forces were instrumental
    • working upon the physical organization and which now are being
    • lives. Such hardening of the entire human organism — to
    • between our solid, liquid, gaseous, and warmth organizations.
    • implying that the human being is a solid organism — if
    • organizations in your picture of the individual, then you have
    • it is part of a whole organism. If cut off, it ceases to be a
    • you see a onesided development of the chest organization. Take
    • the elephant; here the entire organization is oriented toward a
    • entire organization strives toward a longer neck. If you can
    • thus see a one-sided development of a human organic system in
    • physical organization makes up the entire animal kingdom,
    • human organic system. If you can find the necessary strength to
    • as a one-sided development of various human organic systems. It
    • exercised — simply because of their organism —
    • directly affect the child's physical organization through an
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • great multifaceted sense organ, but as a sense organ where will
    • expression “a sense organ where will forces are
    • functioning of every other sense organ: will-substance is
    • of a sense organ, first of all, is to expose itself, or the
    • within every sense organ an inner activity also occurs that has
    • they learn about — even if it is part of inorganic nature
    • every animal form we can see a part of the human organism, but
    • organization to certain animal forms before their pupils have
    • components of our human organization.
    • Strictly speaking, this law applies only to the inorganic
    • realm. Within the organic world it is only true of the iron
    • established in the child's organism. This is why, during the
    • inorganic world can be grasped by children only around the
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • properly integrated into the human organization during the
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • one living and spirit-permeated organism. The first grade
    • kind of soul for the entire school organism. And so the first
    • as, in the case of the human organism, it is not a matter of
    • may have adapted the entire organism to the slightly abnormal
    • entire organism, thus causing a deterioration of the patient's
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • activities of the nerve-sense system. Every organic system
    • physical organism. Thus the nervous system is mainly organized
    • in the head. But when speaking about the three main organic
    • inaccurate. It is impossible to divide the human organization
    • organized in the chest organs, in the organs of breathing and
    • waking are based physically within the human organism. The
    • an extremely powerful effect on the organic structure of the
    • organism, from the head downward, is so active during these
    • (and yet, true to the nature of the human organism) are the
    • is because the child's entire organic structure at this age
    • organism, is absolutely fundamental to running a Waldorf
    • to the school's becoming a living, ensouled organism.
    • we now relate this thought to the school as a living organism,
    • soul of the entire school organism. Only then will each teacher
    • every organ in the digestive tract has a complementary organ in
    • impulses to be immersed into the soft and pliable organism of
    • later years the organism becomes harder, not necessarily
    • generation to be able to properly use the physical organization
    • organization, and they remain infantile. The expression
    • get hold of their entire organism during the course of their
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • the human organism. You will see individual figures as well as
    • human organism.
    • organism, but within the outflowing breath. Naturally, the
    • the relevant physical organs, and partly by human thought.
    • the agency of physical organs, of course, as already mentioned.
    • letting the larynx and the other speech organs transform the
    • completely the entire organism, even the outermost periphery.
    • all the potentialities offered by the human organism were fully
    • Eurythmy is essentially built into the human organism. The
    • human organism incorporates so that — like the other

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