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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture I
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    • quite another orientation. What Galen saw in his four elements
    • any rate mildly psychopathic, not quite “normal.”
    • “clairvoyance,” as it is called. We must be quite
    • It is quite
    • science brought down from the clouds. That is quite the wrong
    • hours. The other may have been sent out on quite a journey
    • universe outside is quite different from that of the liver
    • universe is usually regarded as quite secondary. But suppose it
    • positions the liver and the brain are actually related quite
    • Let us be quite
    • knowledge, because although it is quite possible in philosophy
    • relation of the breathing rhythm to the universe is quite
    • which borders quite closely on ordinary cognition. The
    • quite differently from the way in which it is thought of today
    • fluid. But now ask yourselves quite honestly whether physiology
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • but I think it will be quite accessible to anyone who possesses
    • If we limit ourselves to this realm, we can get on quite well
    • quite well, as far as this limited sphere is concerned, by
    • remains, that the process of nourishment is still not quite
    • not quite the same, the process being less definite.) Now it
    • Now it is quite
    • system is quite different from that of an extract prepared from
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture III
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    • is quite different from the tendency to illness after puberty.
    • yourselves: it is quite evident here that the radiations from
    • system in which the metabolism is not quite able to adapt
    • the rhythmic system, and we will see that it will be quite
    • life in quite another way express themselves at this age as
    • quite essential for the ego organism and astral organism of the
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • our viewpoint quite clear. This viewpoint has been carefully
    • soul separately. It is not usually described quite so
    • we find the formation of phlegm and the like, which is quite
    • quite evident. But of course in many cases we must realize that
    • nerve-sense organization; it goes up quite easily because, with
    • matters, however, we must be quite clear that the human
    • utter nonsense! I am quite sure that when our work is properly



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