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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • science as worthless and taking refuge in a spiritualized
    • the processes taking place in the human being are not wholly
    • speaking out of the clouds.
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • and making observations in the laboratory. Whatever we may
    • taking the various organ systems, we find that only the
    • nearly akin to the human organization is, of course, the milk
    • organizations and making him a sentient being, a being of soul.
    • only a matter of taking the trouble to examine and develop the
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • waking, as well as everything else rhythmical, the rhythmic
    • that appear in the child are an expression of what is taking
    • transgressions it makes the mistake of speaking like this: such
    • from outside — and, fundamentally speaking, all illnesses
    • an effect upon such illnesses, from leaves and everything akin
    • to the nature of leaves in the plant. I am speaking in the old
    • vibration but an organic structure taking its course in time.
    • a mantle of warmth, then — speaking primitively —
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • without undertaking this enlivening.
    • world of sensation, we are speaking about a process of
    • have a process of devitalization, fundamentally speaking. The
    • vitality is preserved for the seed alone. If we are speaking
    • say, we are speaking of the initial plant, vitalization does
    • Fundamentally speaking, therefore, all nourishment is the
    • verify this empirically, begin by taking the senses located in
    • metabolism is drawn upward; the astral body is not making
    • process that is still akin to the organic. If we introduce into
    • reversed is taking place in the plant. The irregularity that
    • and what is taking place in the human organism. Yet there is
    • of form-building and breaking down form there is too little
    • also in the heart-lung tract, everything that is akin to
    • akin, that is, to the sulfuric or phosphoric elements in the
    • with any process taking place in the human being in an

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