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- Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
- activity. Down to its very function the brain is a
- unfold its own activity. It is just as if I were to burn up
- Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
- general organic activity rays out in a certain sense, at least
- absolutely clear that a remnant of the digestive activity still
- connected with the activity of the kidneys, even to the point
- the wider activity that works on into the vascular system and
- Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
- conception of the modes of activity in the human organism
- the activity of the astral and etheric organizations, but now
- of the second dentition, is an activity that is not repeated.
- Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
- vitalization, the enlivening, must be an activity of the human
- you as the kidney activity, is always a process of eliminating
- functions of the brain, in ego activity, for instance. This ego
- activity and also, to a great extent, conceptual activity
- — in so far as it is not will activity but purely
- conceptual activity (I am referring now to the physical
- correlate of this, the brain activity) — is not dependent
- makes it possible for the iron to unfold its proper activity in
- understand how the heart-lung activity leads over into
- vitalizing process, and how the kidney activity in turn leads
- activity becomes too intense, the whole organism is bound to
- kidney activity, by regulating the iron content in the blood.
- activity. In adding to or decreasing the iron content you bring
- activity, which expresses itself physically in the airy aspect
- is present. Because the astral activity is too strong, it
- influences the whole activity of the senses, especially the
- activity of the head. The astral activity becomes congested and
- something in connection with the irregular activity of the
- nerve activity that the organism does not use for formative
- to this preserved part the activity of the soul then adapts
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