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  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture II
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    • enter into mechanistic or vitalistic methods in any way —
    • vitalizing process whereby the inorganic is drawn into the
    • organic, is drawn into the vital sphere through the process
    • two substances of which the formed, the vitally formed protein
    • (they too, of course, have entered the sphere of vitality), but
  • Title: Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine: Lecture IV
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    • vitalization, the enlivening, must be an activity of the human
    • vitalization along the path taken by human nourishment through
    • state of vitalization — to the living state — and
    • 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
    • not take place from below upward. The vitality is sucked up
    • of devitalization from below upward.
    • devitalizing process of all. Such a process is often connected
    • vitalizing process, and how the kidney activity in turn leads
    • what has been vitalized over into the astral organism, you will
    • have already said, a process of devitalization that must be
    • that is still contained in a highly vitalized state in the
    • be strong enough to allow the vitalization to take place at the
    • devitalizing force that is present in the plant to the
    • vitalizing force that is present in the human organism. In the
    • brings about a certain relation to the vitalizing process. That
    • the devitalization is very slight in colchicum autumnale
    • vitalization, that is to say — if I may express it



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