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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • few days ago a book appeared on the market that, in itself, did
    • The corpse of an old woman was lying on a table. This in itself
    • conclude that it would be better to occupy oneself with matters
    • — which in itself, can be highly praised —
    • enough to be self-effacing, but in a scientific experiment of
    • painting and, in itself, that will make you into a good
    • considered; this, in itself, is quite justified. It is
    • from human nature itself. If I had my way, I would give
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • eats and drinks when hungry or thirsty; life itself sees to
    • Jean Paul — this is the name he gave himself — once
    • itself outwardly to the external, visible world with its own
    • absorb something the animal keeps out. The animal lets itself
    • is rigidly enclosed within itself. Accordingly, the way that we
    • the first three years it adapts itself to earthly conditions of
    • through learning to speak and to think, adapts itself to the
    • period of life a physical condition directly manifests itself
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • Germany. I have not seen these Dusseldorf horses myself, but I
    • concerned will think (provided one can extricate oneself from
    • When a child begins to speak, it adapts itself to a wider
    • itself to the of static and dynamic forces, and its future
    • itself reveals. And this needs to be based on a knowledge of
    • itself is an artistic element, and we have to consider this
    • primarily a matter of self-education. We should not be
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • oneself to such a task is impossible as long as a new class has
    • helping oneself, but where existing impulses have to be worked
    • The hand is needed, and the whole body has to adapt itself
    • sound, by itself, the separate M or P, this also
    • awakens to the difference between self and the surrounding
    • between self and surroundings. Therefore one cannot say that a
    • differentiate between self and world is not yet strong enough
    • such a branch of science (which itself may be quite acceptable)
    • A blossom, taken by itself, is a falsehood in nature. In order
    • describe the entire plant. By itself, the blossom is an
    • A human leg in itself does not represent reality, it has
    • religious instruction itself, because I began to talk only
    • religious education out of the center of life itself. It is
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • of a sense organ, first of all, is to expose itself, or the
    • Just as a number multiplied by itself is that same number
    • what the etheric is, and this in itself is admirable enough.
    • itself, or historical characters who are vividly described, can
    • awareness of being a self surrounded by an external world
    • a mountain, and the mountain itself; the path is there to allow
    • itself begins. Logic is there only for the sake of reaching
    • constitution itself; and if they are, one will respond with the
    • that is, a certain self-observation begins to manifest, a
    • self-observation of the student's own singing and, with it, the
    • self-knowledge. For example, in the Waldorf school we let the
    • configuration of the music itself. (This in no way implies any
    • procedure, and say to oneself: Since children cannot yet
    • attitude will communicate itself to the students. Innumerable
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • know only too well that this in itself will not make the
    • communicates itself to the pupils in a very strange way —
    • teachers need something that will renew itself again and again:
    • souls. What they need is a deep understanding of life itself;
    • itself in the child's eye by the way the teacher handles
    • classroom, even if it might appear, in itself, very comic. For
    • act accordingly. This in itself will ensure an atmosphere where
    • find the self. Then love of work will develop. This love of
    • for what one does oneself. At the moment when an understanding
    • copies of oneself. Such a sentiment should never arise —
    • school as selflessly as possible, to obliterate not only their
    • fundamentally, a matter of self-education.
    • Essentially, there is no education other than self-education,
    • education is self-education, and as teachers we can only
    • provide the environment for children's self-education. We have
    • ambitions are concerned — negate myself. And Christ make
    • by children so that we can aid in their own self-education.
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • respect, one finds oneself caught in a dilemma.
    • life itself. Those who are free of any fanaticism despite their
    • children in a way that, though correct in itself, could
    • individual members, but anthroposophy itself always strives to
    • though one cannot adapt the curricula to what life itself will
    • oneself.” Here again you see how love plays into
    • oneself by one's own strength will evolve.
    • From personal self-knowledge I can tell you in all modesty that
    • self-evident. Yet here one also needs to have an eye for what
    • particular situation. In itself this knowledge already presents
    • selfknowledge, it creates the impression that we are merely a
    • is also self-knowledge — not the introspective kind, but
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • movement itself, a reciprocal activity occurs between the
    • had occupied yourself, let's say, with the spiritual functions
    • suddenly at the receiving end, this in itself produces a
    • achievements and, indeed, considering oneself very clever. If
    • self-confidence, which rests on trust in God. When there is
    • when self-confidence stems from outer achievements. One is in
    • the proper place when self-confidence has led to confidence in
    • this happens, self-confidence also becomes self-modesty,
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • would be inartistic. Every art must speak for itself, and, one
    • here, to which Mrs. Dr. Steiner has devoted herself for a
    • an art in and of itself, but only to an improper aberration of

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