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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • a certain rhythmical pattern for good reasons, but usually one
    • rhythms and beat, as well as inwardly with its entire inner
    • the beat and rhythm provided by the activities of our legs. The
    • how the beat-like, rhythmical element of the moving legs works
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • it to you. Outwardly, this is represented by the rhythmic
    • by music and rhythms much more than before. We may observe how
    • during grade school (from about six to fourteen) the rhythmic
    • balanced by the rhythmic system. This balancing activity of the
    • rhythmic system encompasses what works through our physical
    • which has a rhythmical nature, in order to work back again
    • hand, the metabolic-limb system on the other, with the rhythmic
    • have to consider this rhythmic system above all when dealing
    • systems. But I ask you, is it possible for the rhythmic system
    • exhausted, we simply could not live. The rhythmic system does
    • enough to the rhythmic system. This middle system again lives
    • with the pupils rhythmic system, and how, through knowledge of
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • are painted with mental images, and if rhythm is brought into
    • their lessons are permeated by beat, rhythm, and other less
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • system, the rhythmic system, and the
    • region of the head. The rhythmic system, which includes
    • everything of a rhythmic nature in the human being, is mainly
    • everything that furthers the rhythms of digestion — and
    • the rhythmic system, insofar as digesting, and sleeping and
    • radiates from the rhythmic system. This is the very system that
    • particular age, when the rhythmic system plays such a dominant
    • breathing rhythms then work over into the rhythms of the blood
    • circulation, which in turn act on the rhythms of sleeping and
    • affinities to the digestive rhythms and those of sleeping and
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • or through the element of rhythm and beat, as well as through
    • musical, beat-directed, and rhythmical aspects. In prose,
    • that, with its rhythmical and musical qualities, is
    • thematic treatment, in rhythm, beat, and in the melodious
    • alliterations, and rhythms — in other words, the element

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