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  • Title: Spiritual Science and the Art of Educationce
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    • Through adopting special methods of thinking, feeling and
    • himself up entirely to his surroundings. He feels his way into
    • feeling. But the child lives its way right into these
    • feelings that he does not outwardly express — then,
    • feeling, because it is their way of feeling, because in
    • succeed in awakening in the child a faculty of feeling that is
    • awakening in the young child those feelings, if we have
    • religious feelings we prepared and kindled in the preceding
    • feeling, this should be the reason why the child accepts this
    • opinion or way of feeling as its own. And in. the whole way the
    • inner life and feeling and experience of the soul, and that
    • hand, in the child's faculties of feeling, in its life of
    • feeling. The child grows more deeply inward. New shades of
    • feeling make their appearance. It is as though the inner
    • soul-life were becoming more independent, in its whole feeling
    • the life of feeling and the memory, and if we rightly cultivate
    • the life of feeling. Particularly in our
    • over into the life of feeling — the life of feeling,
    • the same time influence the life of feeling; just as we began,
    • elements of will and feeling. If we do not proceed in this way
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  • Title: Spiritual Science/Art of Educationce: Introductory Note
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    • publishers of this lecture feel it to be necessary for

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