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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture IV
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    • stomachs. Learn lecturing by listening: watch how others do it,
    • listeners' stomachs. Words precede deeds.
    • literally, one upsets the listener's stomach! A serious
    • of not allowing the stomach juices to take effect. A serious
    • lecture causes stomach acidity. And only if one is oneself in
    • inwardly, with the necessary humor, can the stomach juices be
    • certain enthusiasm; then one aids the stomach juices. Then
    • one neutralizes what one inflicts on the stomach in the time
    • order is not being served, but rather stomach specialists,
    • further the threefold social order but the stomach
    • available on the number of people who have to go to stomach
    • astonished at the percentage among patients of stomach
    • — How seriousness affects his stomach, how humor
    • affects his stomach juices; how, let us say for example, wine
    • to exist if it is to some extent perceived how the stomach
    • juices curdle, and eventually become sour in the stomach and
    • impair the stomach walls, in the case of a pedantic talk.
    • make him the upsetter of stomach juices.
    • actually upsets people's stomach juices — whereby the
    • stomach juices infect the rest of the organism — then
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  • Title: Art of Lecturing: Lecture V
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    • to enter into the moulding of the stomach, the lungs, the

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