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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 1
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    • which is living here is the best possible premiss for what must be
    • living-together of the beetroot with the soil, with the field, the
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 2
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    • we, with all the animals, are living in the creature's belly!
    • which we ourselves are living and breathing and from which the
    • throughout our life. There is a constant and living mutual interplay
    • Earth's surface living.
    • the warmth and with the air; they take on a slightly living quality
    • individuality, a living organism, living even in time. The life of
    • living as the plant-form in the seed we need to bring the earthly
    • green unless the cosmic force of the Sun were also living in them.
    • are living not only the cosmic forces of the Sun, but also the
    • Whereas that which stands nearer to the earthly-living nature, namely
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 3
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    • its living activity, passing through the human or animal body, or
    • order to enable what is living in the carbon to remain in perpetual
    • following idea. Underlying all living things is a carbon-like
    • or any other living being, the living being must always be permeated
    • the carbonaceous framework of a living entity, must in its turn be
    • the ethereal, is living — unless indeed it has been killed or
    • our breathing the living quality is killed, is driven out, for the
    • living oxygen would make us faint Whenever anything more highly
    • living enters into us we become faint. Even an ordinary hypertrophy
    • surrounded by living air in which the living oxygen were present, we
    • externally. Within us, it is living oxygen, and in like manner it
    • becomes living oxygen the moment it passes, from the atmosphere we
    • living there as it is in us and in the animals, nevertheless, there
    • too it becomes living oxygen. Oxygen under the earth is not
    • reality, oxygen is the bearer of the living ether, and the living
    • the human process: we have the breathing before us — the living
    • oxygen as it occurs inside the human being, the living oxygen
    • dragging the living to the spiritual principle. Therefore, in man,
    • there is a living interplay. On the one hand there is that which
    • Universe. All that is living in physical forms upon the Earth must
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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 4
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    • man or of any other living creature.
    • proper living quality of forces? We need these living forces, for example,
    • living substance. Now this is the important point: Earthly matter, which
    • living substance, is always on the way to become plant-integument. It
    • and living element. It does not happen so in Nature, but instead of
    • and living properties. Why so?
    • of the surrounding soil in which it is living.
    • a parasite out of the living earth. And it must be so.
    • What is the essence of any living thing? A living thing always has an
    • we must have in a living and personal relationship; only then are we
    • this, that a certain degree of livingness must be communicated
    • to the soil, and yet not only livingness. For the possibility must also
    • enough nitrogen to carry the living property to those structures in
    • and living elements and also astral. Living ethereal and astral elements
    • or living entity need not only have streams of forces pouring outward:
    • ray back the living and astral properties into the inner life. In the
    • It is so indeed: if you could crawl about inside the living body of
    • would smell how the astral life and the living vitality pours
    • parasites — the minutest of living creatures — and find
    • Earth is most inwardly alive in winter-time. All that is living is stored
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 5
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    • living must be kept within the living sphere. Ethereal life, as we have
    • seen, should never depart from anything that is in the sphere of living
    • with that which can flow from our own, living conception of the Universe.
    • — the smallest of living entities. They ascribe to these minute
    • excretion-products as manure. We must regard the minute living entities
    • good by combating them). In effect, for the living life which is so
    • tries to look into the effects of living things on a large
    • give them to the plants. No, the point is that we should add living
    • forces to it. The living forces are far more important for the
    • great intensity, precisely where living things are concerned. Now, however,
    • too, we must still try to give the manure the right living property.
    • thereby impart to the manure a tendency to that living vitality which
    • how we always remain within the living sphere. Take one or two hollow
    • the manure, while all the time we remain within the realm of living
    • things. We never go out of the living realm into that of inorganic chemistry.
    • how we constantly remain within the living realm. In this case, living
    • to the soil by any channels that avoid the living sphere. To have a
    • not fall out of the living realm. Ordinary time or the like is of no
    • between plant-nature and the living earthy nature, quite in the way
    • I explained when I spoke of the kinship of the living earth with bark
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  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 6
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    • the Earth itself was far more living, fruiting, inherently fertile.
    • enough to bring about the growth in living creatures. The Moon intensifies
    • depends. For it would otherwise have to be living in the leaves. (The
    • Some living
    • creatures, nay, all living creatures have this peculiarity: they can
    • die out. Thus, for each living creature, there are quite definite conditions.
    • is in every living being — also carries within it the seed of its
    • only arises when you begin to control the working forces. But the living
    • so, when we come to the living plants, we must not merely look at the
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 7
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    • — it is rate—in a rather more living way than the earth
    • cambium. Although the cambium does not look like roots, it is the living,
    • living — if ever its livingness grows rampant — these subterranean
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 8
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    • the fact that a living organism is essentially different from a crystal
    • something altogether living, nay, sentient.
    • the farm is a living organism. Above, in the air, it evolves its astrality.
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture I
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    • account the living relation of the turnip to the soil, to the
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
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    • there is a constant and very living interplay of
    • Earth's surface a “living” warmth. The warmth below
    • ourselves this living warmth which works within the soil, we
    • individuality living also within the element of time, (i.e.
    • living through the four seasons,) and that the life of the
    • be done by introducing into the plant some form of living
    • arises from the absorption of remnants of living plants into
    • the forces living in the distant planets are active within the
    • forces on the other hand if living actively in the root cause
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture III
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    • living form m Nature must proceed. A hidden sculptor is at work
    • me put it in this way: Underlying every living being there is a
    • any other living being must be penetrated by an etheric
    • structure of a living being must therefore be penetrated by an
    • air around us. In the atmosphere around us the living principle
    • surrounded by an atmosphere which contained living oxygen, we
    • same as that which surrounds us externally. In us it is living
    • oxygen, just as it also becomes living oxygen immediately it
    • dead corpses. In reality oxygen is the bearer of the living
    • ether and this living ether takes hold of the oxygen through
    • living oxygen which carries the ether. And beneath it we have
    • of the living principle towards the spiritual. Nitrogen is
    • pours out over everything a living web of sensitive lire. Above
    • considered. There is a living co-operation of the spiritual
    • is, stirs up a living agility in the oxygen. But in the earthly
    • the surrounding Cosmos. All that is living on earth in physical
    • is formed in the living being must be able to disappear again.
    • the living and also in the realm of the seemingly dead, which
    • to know as something living and sentient, and, curiously
    • touches the breathing process; our soul is living and weaving
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  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture IV
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    • nutrition of anything living.
    • parasite on the living earth. And it must be so. In many parts
    • nature of any living being, you will find the reason. Every
    • living being always has an inner and an outer aide. The inner
    • inner side of every living thing has. not only streams of force
    • living organism and particularly the plant organism (apart from
    • living things mutually support one another in Nature. This
    • from outside. One must enter into a personal, living relation
    • actually pervaded not only by living and etheric but also
    • that the forces within a living organism need not always be
    • nature is fitted to reflect the living etheric and astral
    • winter. All these living forces are preserved in the manure and
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture V
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    • by those who have grasped that all that is living must be kept
    • of the living plant-like nature of the earth being.
    • the living realm as appear in the form of manure should also
    • the results issuing from a living conception of the world
    • used as manure, the tiny living beings which appear through the
    • living content of the farm and not be limited to an
    • within the realm of the living. Spiritual Science always seeks
    • requires; we must add living forces. For living forces are far
    • forces contained in the soil. Now when it comes to living
    • living) and place them in a deer's bladder. Tie the bladder up
    • outside the region of the living, and have certainly not
    • living world, we have something which only needs to be exposed
    • case, we have to allow those living forces to work which have
    • it will be of no use if the calcium is not applied in a living
    • within the realm of the living. Ordinary lime or the like is of
    • an intermediate stage between plant and living earth. You
    • is almost ideal. Calcium in a living state (not dead,
    • undergoes transmutation in the living organism. It is changed
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VI
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    • promotes the reproductive forces of all living plants, that it
    • proper environment. Some, indeed all, living beings can only
    • Every living being is subject to quite definite
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VII
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    • really the layer of cambium (a layer of living cells lying
    • therefore, is the animal's way of living in the sphere of earth
  • Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VIII
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    • mineral, inanimate nature, and gust as a living organism is
    • called “combustion” in a living organism is
    • something which is living and even sentient. The mere fact of
    • stand livingly in the midst of the farm, acting consciously and

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