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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • value for the whole of one's life. It is important that
    • be isolated from the whole human organism. However perfect the
    • being as a whole.
    • little consequence for society as a whole; for even people who
    • on any specific point, the whole thing is relatively simple.
    • that something must be pervading the whole child until around
    • the whole lifetime. Only a few people are prepared to observe a
    • human life as a whole, but most focus their attention on
    • soul. One only needs to look over a person's whole life-span.
    • whenever it occurs. But if one surveys the whole life of the
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • said: “The human being learns more for the whole of life
    • is acquired for the whole of life during the time when children
    • and all the possibilities for movement of the whole universe,
    • for the whole of later life. The differentiation between the
    • soul and to relate these experiences to the whole cosmos. This
    • whole being. Instead, they will only babble indistinctly. You
    • Here, tasting flows throughout the whole human being. If you
    • eye and the whole embryo as its development progresses. They
    • the whole development of the embryo, one will come to recognize
    • whole inner life and configuration. I have already spoken of
    • activity of secretion, and this can affect the whole life of
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • the organization of the whole human being, who is made up of
    • horse was at simple mathematical calculations. The whole thing
    • a whole series of previous steps, that now make it appear as if
    • thinking, we enter the realm of humanity as a whole. This is
    • child's whole life. We can first observe it in a particular
    • that never tires throughout a person's whole life. The only
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • would come up with a whole list of “categorical
    • whole point of a preschool is to give young children the
    • opportunity to imitate life in a simple and wholesome way.
    • The hand is needed, and the whole body has to adapt itself
    • abstract. It should be evolved by degrees as part of the whole
    • not enter society as a whole, particularly because of the
    • this were really the whole truth, then it would be little
    • method that was again replaced by the whole-word method. And
    • phonetic and the whole-word method carry the day. One feels
    • There is nothing wrong with that. The whole-word method is also
    • method, the phonetic method, or the whole-word method to the
    • or whole-word method — which is now appropriate because
    • it leads the child to an appreciation of a wholeness, and
    • whole — you will find the way back to the true nature of
    • method, one is actually going from the whole word to the
    • With the whole-word method one gains only the physical aspect.
    • wholesome way. Depending on the various children's responses,
    • astonishing. Whole mythologies have been explained away in
    • distinguish between themselves and the world as a whole.
    • bring something to children that is not a whole, they
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  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • whole body until the change of teeth. It also remains active
    • one's whole way of teaching. If the teachers' relationship to
    • one knows about the whole human being. You see, if we look at
    • particles in the blood serum, but not concerning the whole
    • whole.
    • of the teacher as representative and mediator for the whole
    • background, and humanity as a whole. When addressing this
    • age. The whole night could be spent talking about this theme,
    • other things. The whole question of untruth in the teacher is
    • the whole situation is entirely different. Then teachers can
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • will greatly benefit the child's whole life. Out of this an
    • all-embracing gratitude will develop toward the whole
    • whole human being during the first period of life, will
    • support coming from society as a whole, then the gradual
    • pupils and thus spoil a whole class.
    • Russia. There the happiness of the whole world is sought
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • their regular meetings, because the whole school is intended as
    • thus united, will experience the whole school as a unity. Then
    • whole human being — body, soul, and spirit — would
    • which will be appreciated only when the whole matter is seen in
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VIII:
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    • care of with spiritual insight, the whole question of the
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • experienced poetry is encountered by the whole human being, and
    • microcosm, a whole world in a small space, containing all the

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