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- Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 1
- are able to receive from Anthroposophical Science. One can also feel
- as deeply and sincerely, that your House has been ready to receive us
- receive them especially from me. I know what it means to give
- receive them, understanding that I am well aware of the many
- the senses of the plant-being in such a way as to receive from all
- on the other hand, is received all that which makes the plant capable
- Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 2
- plants, along with us, receive their outer warmth and air, and even
- — but in this way: It is first received by the Earth, and the
- when they are received into the Earth. The opposite is true of the
- receive the most distant cosmic forces.
- receives its special form. Now, the moment it is planted in the
- supplementary forces which the Sun-forces receive from the distant
- receives the light into the Earth and makes it effective there.
- the humus, does not receive it; it does not make the light effective
- Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 3
- the human breathing process. Through it man receives into himself the
- outward, till it becomes of such a nature that it can be received out
- the plant-world receives from the winter — not what it has from
- Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 4
- the greater part of what we daily eat is not there to be received as
- inner mobility, activity. The greater part of what man thus receives
- — this, for the most part, is received through the sense-organs,
- the skin and the breathing. Whatever the body has to receive and deposit
- is only in the body that it becomes condensed. The body receives
- wrong to set up the formula: “Food received — Passage through
- On the other hand, what we receive through our stomach is important
- It is what entered as outer food into the animal, and was received and
- Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 5
- it is really to receive all that it needs from the Earth. For which
- we endowed the plant itself which the power to receive into its body
- homoeopathic quantities — are caught up and received.
- We want to give the manure the power to receive so much life into itself
- Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 6
- which, though they come from the Cosmos, are first received into the
- which are in this way received.
- we know of the Moon in ordinary life? We know that it receives the rays
- eyes — and the Earth, too, of course, receives These rays from
- receives the Sun's rays and throws. them down on to the Earth.
- new Moon, what they received at the Full Moon. Indeed, we should attain
- such a way that the earth is disinclined to receive the lunar influences.
- can thus become disinclined to receive the lunar influences. We can
- of the plant. But this too gives the animal the power to receive within
- the Earth also receives for the formation of the cockchafer-grubs, which
- receive the faculty to bring forth plant-life out of itself. This faculty
- the Earth receives, as we have seen, mainly through the Moon- and
- receives something of dying life into itself, and through this dying
- Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 7
- related. What the animal receives from its environment and assimilates
- water and earth thus directly. It must indeed receive the earth and
- Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 8
- that the foodstuffs are received from outside and then deposited in
- that the head receives its materials from the Earth. There, then, we
- which it received from the body, if it is able at the same time to get
- forces, and in the measure in which it needs them it must receive them.
- must receive what will develop the forces in the region of their limbs,
- own accord towards the fruiting nature, and that has received the proper
- feels happiest if it receives manure as far as possible in the original
- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture II
- warmth and of air. They both receive a tiny spark of life as
- influence of a particular constellation and received its
- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture III
- perfection what the plant-world receives from Winter and not
- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VI
- receives too are thus reflected sun-rays. And these reflected
- strength for seed formation. The seed receives a certain
- Title: Agriculture Course (1938): Lecture VIII
- head receives its matter from the earth. In the head,
- measure in which it needs them, it must receive them.
- — and which has in addition received the proper
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