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- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
- to the surrounding world through learning to speak.
- works through sound and speech from their surroundings —
- surroundings, this too flows right into the structure of their
- what comes from the surroundings through language, but not the
- and speaking imprint what is received from the surrounding
- soul. Through language we take in from our surroundings what we
- atmosphere of our surroundings permeates us through the medium
- atmosphere of anger surrounding it, causes the activity of fine
- working through its surroundings, it does something
- life, it takes hold of the spirit in its surroundings.
- this is the right order in which the surrounding world
- element in our surroundings, we also lay the foundations for
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
- equilibrium in the surrounding physical world. The entire,
- receptive to everything that comes from their surroundings. But
- surrenders to the influences of the surrounding world, and
- surrenders solely to surrounding activities. Now a new openness
- the surrounding activities, so also during the second period of
- begins to dream, as it were, about the surrounding activities,
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
- comes toward them from the surrounding world, we shall see to
- body is outside again. We are part of the surrounding air that
- awakens to the difference between self and the surrounding
- child feel at one with the surroundings.
- between self and surroundings. Therefore one cannot say that a
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
- senses everything happening in their surroundings; this
- with the fact that children imitate their surroundings. But
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
- their surroundings. We will consider these two issues today
- thankful for whatever comes from their surroundings. On the
- in the surroundings. If a child says “thank you”
- surroundings during the first period of life — that is,
- surroundings, love for everything human is developed as the
- Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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