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  • Title: An Occult Physiology: Lecture 3: Co-operation in the Human Duality
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    • already mentioned, is brought into a continual rhythmic movement. We
    • upon rhythm. An intimation of the importance of rhythm in the entire
    • order to give this spleen a certain rhythm in life. This rhythm
    • differs very considerably from other rhythms that we perceive
    • that it is interesting to observe how very noticeably this rhythm
    • rhythms of which we shall speak later. This is due to the fact that
    • to understand me if you consider how amazingly regular the rhythm of
    • properly sustained. This must be a very regular rhythm. But there is
    • another rhythm that is regular only to a very slight degree —
    • of the child — namely, the rhythm of eating and drinking. Any
    • rhythm in this respect. He takes his breakfast, his midday meal, and
    • course, a certain rhythm. But we know, alas, how it is with this
    • rhythm in many another respect, through the humouring of the
    • they crave it, regardless of all rhythm. Moreover, the fact that
    • adults also are not very particular in observing a regular rhythm in
    • matter, for our modern life does not always allow of rhythm
    • organism with such imperfect rhythm must gradually be changed in
    • rhythm so that it will adapt itself to the more regular rhythm of
    • between these two meals. In this case he has interrupted his rhythm
    • exerted upon the rhythm of his external organism.
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  • Title: An Occult Physiology: Lecture 4: Man's Inner Cosmic System
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    • expression, no inner rhythm due to gravitation can continue. This is
    • endeavoured to explain the transformation of rhythm, in the sense I
    • rhythmless manner in which human beings take their external
    • human being were to take pains to know the right rhythm for his
    • course but attempt first to develop their own laws, their own rhythms
    • first destroy their rhythmic life, as it were, that vital activity
    • may say, its own rhythm. This rhythm must be combated by the human
    • within it as its own rhythm, which contradicts the human rhythm, must
    • is, so to speak, the outpost. In this changing of the rhythm,
    • adapted, we may say, to the inner rhythm of the human organism only
    • our food, to the inner organisation, the inner rhythm, of man.
    • rhythm of man. On the other hand, however, in so far as the blood
    • connected directly through the heart with the rhythm, the inner vital
    • rhythm in the heart, something is present that is determined to a
    • directly with the rhythm belonging to the outer world) and what
  • Title: An Occult Physiology: Lecture 7: The Conscious Life of Man
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    • us something which, if it becomes irregular, unrhythmical, must cause

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