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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • rhythm of breathing and everything connected with it. The
    • relation of the breathing rhythm to the universe is quite
    • permeate the breathing rhythm but constantly withdraw again. In
    • processes — the nerve-sense process, the rhythmic
    • the rhythmic system become clear when we know that it yields
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • system in the human being, the rhythmic system, includes in the
    • functional sense everything that is subject to rhythm
    • there are rhythms that are of essential significance to the
    • referring to the rhythms of day and night, of sleeping and
    • waking, as well as everything else rhythmical, the rhythmic
    • assimilation of food and so on. These latter rhythms are
    • member of the human organization, then, we have the rhythmic
    • extends over the whole being of man. The rhythmic human being
    • will do best to begin with a consideration of the rhythmic
    • human being, the rhythmic organization of man.
    • This rhythmic
    • the rhythm of the blood circulation and the rhythm of the
    • is revealed in this rhythmic human being as a ratio of four to
    • middle, rhythmic system, set against that which flows from the
    • nerve-sense system into the rhythmic system, takes place in a
    • breathing system to be the rhythmic continuation of the
    • rhythmic continuation of the metabolic system. We can say that
    • rhythmic human being. In other words, the third member of the
    • itself in daily life through the rhythm of the blood
    • breathing system and this is expressed through the rhythm of
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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • the poisoning. Thus we pass through the rhythm of a mild
    • middle, rhythmic system of the human being iron will be at
    • salts will be at work, and in the rhythm of digestion sulfur
    • together the rhythmic process in the human organism — the
    • that must be overcome if the rhythmic process in the human
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture III: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • head system or nerve-sense system, a rhythmic system, and a
    • simply ends at the neck, the circulatory or rhythmic system as being
    • other hand, and the mediating system, the rhythmic system, whose
    • with the nerve-sense system but with the rhythmic system, that just as
    • the rhythmic system corresponds to feeling. Only through the
    • interaction of the rhythmic system with the nerve-sense system, by the
    • roundabout route of the rhythm in the cerebral fluid, pulsating
    • directly connected with the rhythmic system and is indirectly mediated
    • the rhythmic processes as a balancing system, as functions introducing
    • processes, rhythmic processes that press breakdown into build-up and
    • rhythmic curve that I have sketched here (see drawing). The course of
    • works into the metabolic-limb system through rhythm, something is
    • the head system in rhythm, is a poison for the head system. And since,
    • the rhythmic processes.
    • they pour themselves downward, and the rhythmic system does not press
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture IV: Physiology and Therapeutics
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    • are then balanced by the rhythmic system. All breakdown processes, the
    • head system, bypassing the rhythmic system; when this happens an
    • the metabolic activity in the blood with the rhythmic activity in the
    • nerve-sense system on the other side, the balancing rhythmic system in
    • It is interesting that a rhythm such as this one that can be observed
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture I
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    • before we can understand the rhythm of breathing and everything
    • influence and pass into the breath-rhythm but constantly withdraw. In
    • three processes — the nerve-sensory process, the rhythmic
    • Imaginative Knowledge; the processes in the rhythmic system become
  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture III
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    • second, or rhythmic, system includes, in the functional sense, all
    • that is subject to rhythm — primarily, therefore, the breathing
    • sense, too, there is the rhythm that is essentially present in the
    • mean the rhythm of day and night, of sleeping and waking. Then there
    • are other rhythms, the rhythmic assimilation of foodstuffs and the
    • like. These latter rhythms are constantly broken by man, but the
    • member of the human organisation, then, we have the rhythmic system;
    • rhythmic system has a definite connection with the system of heart
    • of the rhythmic being of man.
    • rhythmic organisation is very frequently misunderstood in respect of
    • between the rhythm of the blood circulation and the rhythm of the
    • that which reveals itself in the rhythmic man as a ratio of four to
    • that flows from the metabolic system towards the middle, rhythmic
    • system into the rhythmic system, is in the ratio of four to one. To
    • speak precisely, we may take the breathing system to be the rhythmic
    • system to be the rhythmic continuation of the metabolic system. The
    • metabolic system sends its workings, as it were, up into the rhythmic
    • expresses itself through the rhythm of blood circulation in daily
    • the breathing system and this is expressed through the rhythm of the
    • breath. In the rhythmic being of man we can perceive the ratio of
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  • Title: Anthroposophical Approach to Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • we pass through the rhythm of a mild poisoning and its elimination
    • by means of alkaline salts. Then in the middle, rhythmic system of
    • in the nerves and senses, and sulphur in the rhythm of digestion.
    • rhythmic process in the human organism. In fact, the stinging power
    • overcome if the rhythmic process in the human organism is to be



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