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  • Title: Spiritual Science and the Art of Educationce
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    • the world to which I have devoted my life's work, and the
    • still develop into anything in the wide world. And only when
    • sense-perception we see the outer world. This wonderful'
    • construction fits it to see the surrounding world, and —
    • faithful and objective picture of the outer world. And in the
    • world he forgets his own human self; he forgets all those
    • the child's hand. A whole world is contained within its pages.
    • material world. But we can very effectively approach the will
    • rises out of your body into another world. And as the butterfly
    • enters an entirely new world when it emerges from the
    • chrysalis, so the world into which you enter, when you rise out
    • of the body, is a very different world from this one.
    • what is divine in all the world. He who has learned to observe
    • Spiritual that permeates and ensouls the world, this period of
    • attention and our whole world-outlook towards the spiritual
    • facts of this world of the senses. Then too, it will be very
    • his stand firmly in the world.
    • of the outer world of Nature. On the other hand, something else
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Art of Educationce: Introductory Note
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    • powerful impulse is going out into the world. It has already
    • has attracted the attention of the educational world of Europe. The
    • the English- speaking world, especially those interested in
    • in the actual teaching world; but not subject to extraneous
    • join in a world-wide movement for giving it effect. Communications

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