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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture I
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    • interests nobody else, and whoever believes that his thoughts
    • have said that our thoughts interest nobody else, and our
    • will annoys everybody, then it seems that it is the feelings
    • process of receiving which occurs in our ether body and yet
    • strongly engages the physical body in the perceiving.
    • of his ether body and in part, even of his physical body. Not
    • the astral body, but brings the ether body to pulsation, and
    • then this ether body also brings the physical body to swing
    • that has been pressed into the ether body and the physical
    • body. This feeling becomes a force. As lecturers we must be
    • will impulses annoy everybody, and only our feelings
    • because I must call your attention to the following: the body
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture II
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    • there was still a living perception of the ether body, which
    • physical body is merely an image of grasping with the ether
    • body.
    • objective, and is not grown together with his body as another
    • Waldorf School in Stuttgart that is independent of the body
    • of teachers, — into which the body of teachers grows,
    • “physical body” — well, it is thick;
    • “ether body” — it is thinner, more
    • nebulous; “astral body” — once again
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • and that of the judicial, the body politic was contained in
    • who is not involved in it himself anymore, to somebody who
    • position, in speaking, to slap somebody down in a discussion
    • Then, for somebody who stutters a little,
    • made people speak with body-resonance, with abdominal
    • If somebody
    • and does not want to embody itself because it does not want
    • the patient — on the physical body. It is, for example,
    • beneficial for somebody who, through education or perhaps
    • direction. And if somebody, for example, is predisposed to
    • somebody says, “he,” after every third syllable,
  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture VI
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    • the speaker with our speech organ; and the etheric body

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