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  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • moving through his body, forming part of his true manhood, but in
    • before a body clothed me in my earthly existence, is living within
    • as soul and in this inner, living experience felt the body as
    • conviction that before a physical body clothed him on Earth, he had
    • body. His inner consciousness of soul is not detached from his
    • physical life and move upon Earth; I am clothed in my physical body
    • and this body contains the very same substances as those of dead,
    • Between birth and death I live in a body — a body of Nature. I
    • he was clothed in a physical body so foreign to his real being. It
    • body. Know that this body too is from God. Physical birth hath
    • the body that comes into the world through physical birth —
    • more to use the instruments afforded by his physical body. Let me
    • in earlier times he had little sense of his body and a strong sense
    • physical body. And death, the enigmatic event that is bound up
    • with the physical body, was experienced by him as the greatest riddle
    • because they were aware of the kinship of the physical body (in which
    • my earthly body?” This had been the first riddle. “How do
    • riddle. Man confronted death, beholding in death the body's end. He
    • felt his soul inwardly bound to the body and with a deep awareness of
    • upon Himself in the human body of Jesus of Nazareth. It was given to
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  • Title: Education: Lecture II: Principles of Greek Education
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    • life for the human being in body, soul and spirit. For — as we
    • cultural influence even at the present time. Nobody, to-day, will
    • beauty of the world to expression in the beauty of his own body, able
    • concerned to develop the human body in such a way that as a result of
    • the harmony of its parts and its modes of activity the body itself
    • expected of the body just what we expect of the plant; that it will
    • beautiful, harmonious, powerful body, a result of the inner nature
    • of spirit, soul, and body, and placed too a special emphasis on this
    • culture, but how, nevertheless, the education of body and soul fell
    • training of the body, but little by little and almost imperceptibly
    • soul were considered to be of a higher order than those of the body.
    • from an education adapted purely to the body to an education more
    • body as a secondary activity. And because the Middle Ages made use of
    • Gymnast trains the body, and through it, the soul and spirit, to the
    • cult of the body, one-sided though this would appear to-day, to
    • delicate culture of the body was the method adopted in the highest
    • conditioned by the body. The legs and arms must be held in
    • of the body, a training directed in particular to the air-processes
    • the bodily nature of man, in the body that is created by God. If a
    • man then takes hold of the roots in the body, knowing that Divinity
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  • Title: Education: Lecture III: Greek Education and the Middle Ages
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    • the seventh year, if this unity formed of body, soul and spirit were
    • — for the body now produces more delicate forces from itself
    • develop. The body grows weaker, the soul stronger, as it were.
    • is pre-eminently a being of body-soul-spirit in one, from the seventh
    • to the fourteenth years he is a being of body-soul with a separate
    • whether its body was rightly expressing the divine life or
    • child up to the seventh year he should recognize that a physical body
    • not only the first teeth but the whole body is cast off every seven
    • itself in the body — this must be developed to the greatest
    • necessity to understand the Divine power in the human body and to
    • develop it in the body. The same healing, life-sustaining forces
    • detached from the mother's body, as when the embryonic life had
    • very structure of the human body.
    • being is inwardly connected with the body. The development of the
    • to achieve through my body. The real aim of Greek life was to make
    • is to a certain degree emancipated from the body that the child in
    • as a result of the development of the habits of the body. We in our
    • ancient East this was even more significant. The body was nurtured,
    • habits formed, and then the memory arose from the body itself. A
    • marvellous memory was the outcome of a right culture of the body.
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  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • entirely from the human body. The body of man was in a certain sense
    • transparent to him. The body revealed both soul and spirit in so far
    • educated the whole human being by taking the body as the
    • starting-point. All that could not be made to proceed from the body,
    • direct their whole education from the standpoint of the body, so must
    • education should proceed just as the Greek educated the body? We have
    • has definite place in space and time, who has spirit, soul, body, a
    • how to behold man in the spirit, as the Greeks beheld him in the body.
    • right down into the body. As an example I will choose the way in
    • the physical body, there is working in man a super-sensible body, if
    • body I call the etheric body, which strives away from the earth out
    • ordinary physical knowledge teaches us of the physical body of man,
    • teach us of the etheric body that is always striving to get away from
    • physical body to its environment, so do we also learn to relate the
    • etheric body to its environment.
    • studying the physical body of man, we look outside in Nature, in
    • individual etheric body or body of formative forces in man to the
    • the etheric body of man, just as salt, cabbage, turnip and meat are
    • related to the physical body. Thus in the first stage of exact
    • approach the etheric body or body of formative forces of man, this
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  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • uttered, the body of a Greek would tingle to express this syllable
    • something which can recognize in the body of man and in his earthly
  • Title: Education: Lecture VI: Walking, Speaking, Thinking
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    • deep insight into the whole nature of man as body, soul and spirit. A
    • and concrete knowledge of man in body, soul and spirit.
    • separation between spirit, soul and body. Everything from without is
    • physical body.
    • to walk is to add much to the healthy education of the body.
    • human organism. With every step that is taken, the body follows the
    • Oxygen has to be changed into carbonic acid in the body by the
    • consequences of injury to the physical body are very evident. But, my
    • power that also builds up the organs of the body.
    • in later life. Soul and body alike suffer if the inner being of the
    • constitution, for in childhood body, soul and spirit are one.
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • much can be rectified in the body later by the exercise of moral forces
    • the child to have a healthy body in later life, in so far as his
    • external world is concerned, but as regards the health of his body,
    • and will that induce fatigue. Thinking and movements of the body
    • tend inwardly to harden the body are brought into play. These forces are
    • responsible for the salty deposits in the body and are needed in the
    • body in short that have a tendency to become rigid. This normal
    • The intellect too will lay hold of the body in such a way as to bring
    • same time the very best training for the physical body.
    • go through life feeling that his body is “of the earth
    • also leads us by ways of truth to the spirit that creates the body.
    • stream down into the body throughout his whole life. A man who would deny
    • the body when he immerses himself in thought, is no true thinker.
    • healthy culture and exercise of the body should take, we must first
    • human body, and even within the plant, the outer substances of nature
    • combustion is always induced in the body when we will, even
    • body. If we give children these conventional gymnastic exercises,
    • the body begins to stir in the organism. Art creates a real hunger
    • for true movements of the body.
    • as the body is concerned, nothing is more essential than that the
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  • Title: Education: Lecture VIII: Reading, Writing and Nature Study
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    • limb of the human body. A limb has to develop in earliest youth. If
    • living in Nature. Then he will develop in a body which grows as
    • systems so often are, of implanting in a body engaged in a process of
    • the limbs really maintain and support the metabolism of the body, for
    • evolved in such a way that they fit in with the other parts of his body.
  • Title: Education: Lecture IX: Arithmetic, Geometry, History
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    • of body, soul and spirit; his bodily nature is formed and moulded by the
    • place in the soul and spirit when any change occurs in the body, and
    • again, what effect is produced in the body when influences are
    • referred as the etheric body, or body of formative forces. The human
    • being has, in the first place, his physical body. It is revealed to
    • ordinary physical sense-perception. Besides this physical body,
    • Imaginative Cognition, a super-sensible, etheric body. Again he has an
    • astral body and into the real Ego, the Self of the human being.
    • death, this etheric body, this body of formative forces which is the first
    • body. Only at death does this occur. During sleep, the etheric
    • organization remains with the physical body lying there in bed. When
    • man sleeps, the astral body and Ego-organization leave the physical
    • of drawing and painting. All this remains in the etheric body and its
    • work only upon the astral body and Ego-organization. What results
    • body. This points to an essential difference between the effects
    • the astral body and Ego-organization.
    • affects the astral body and Ego-organization, those higher members
    • all-important to remember that the body of formative forces, the etheric
    • body, begins to function independently when it is abandoned by the Ego
    • and astral body. By virtue of its own inherent forces, it has ever the
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  • Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
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    • the child in body and soul. If we teach him to see man as a synthesis
    • the soul. Think for a moment of the sensitiveness of the human body
    • only in spirit and soul, but in spirit, soul and body by the way in
    • activity of body, soul and spirit that is necessary in the teacher.
    • particular religious body to which he belongs. If we rightly
  • Title: Education: Lecture XI: Memory, Temperaments, Bodily Culture and Art
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    • during this period of life physical body, etheric body, astral body
    • around him has the effect of stimulating, even in the physical body
    • spirit is in a certain sense released from the body, systematic training
    • life the memory makes claims on his physical body. Unless there is an
    • all-round development of the physical body the memory will be
    • his physical body.
    • the physical body and allow the memory to unfold in the right way.
    • soul and come to the aid of memory in the physical body. In
    • and spirit in intimate harmony with his physical body. In the Waldorf
    • his qualities of spirit, soul and body, above all according to his
    • imagine in a materialistic sense that the body does everything, for
    • role of the body is to be a suitable instrument. Just as one cannot teach
    • foundation and what then passes over from the body into the soul.
    • only be approached through the instrument of the body, it is above
    • that the body, precisely through its abnormality, makes this approach
    • body or of body and soul in the child and are able to approach his
    • giving the child physical exercises in which his own body, his whole
    • by the culture of the body. Suppose, for example, a child returns again
    • the unity between spirit, soul and body when we have to deal with
    • body. Insight, perception, observation, these are what the

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