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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture I: The Necessity for a Spiritual Insight
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    • Spiritual Ground of Education
    • Lecture I: The Necessity for a Spiritual Insight
    • Given during a conference on spiritual values in education and attended
    • THE NECESSITY FOR A SPIRITUAL INSIGHT
    • education and teaching is based on that spiritual-scientific knowledge
    • This spiritual science was cultivated to begin with for its own sake;
    • Stuttgart, who having acquaintance with the work in spiritual science
    • founded in that spiritual life which, I hold, must lead to a renewal
    • of education in conformity with the spirit of our age: a renewal of
    • education along the lines demanded by the spirit of the age, by the
    • In our age we have spiritual life of many kinds, but above all a
    • spiritual life coming down to us from ancient times, a spiritual life
    • handed down by tradition. Alongside of this spiritual life and in ever
    • spirits in natural science, we cannot, when speaking of spiritual life
    • essentially spiritual life of man. I do not say this in disparagement.
    • everything spiritual in the world.
    • anthropology help us to a practical grasp of what is spiritual. We
    • have, in our modern civilisation a life of the spirit, and the various
    • religious denominations maintain and spread this life of the spirit.
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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture II: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday: Yoga
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    • Spiritual Ground of Education
    • Lecture II: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday: Yoga
    • Given during a conference on spiritual values in education and attended
    • SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES OF YESTERDAY: YOGA
    • arisen from my use of the words “Spiritual” and
    • spiritual cognition.” This occasions me to depart somewhat
    • words “spirit” (Geist) and “spiritual life”
    • (spirituelles Leben). This will lead us somewhat away from the subject
    • explanations of spirit, soul, and body to-day. During the next few
    • The word ‘Geist’ (Spirit) and also the word
    • Spirituell’ (Spiritual) as used from the point of view and
    • profoundly enough. When the word ‘Geist’ (spirit) is used,
    • mean here by ‘spiritual’ and by ‘spirit’ (Geist)
    • all these things designated as ‘spirit’ and
    • spiritual’ in mystical, fanatical, or superstitious sects
    • primitive that, then is “Spirit” (Geist), and that
    • spirit and soul so immediately as when we contemplate the
    • spiritual forces are at work, soul essences are at work. What we see
    • perceptible things is spirit, is soul; — so to be apprehended as
    • Thus we must say: to immediate ordinary perception, spirit is quite
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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture III: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday and To-day
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    • Spiritual Ground of Education
    • Lecture III: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday and To-day
    • Given during a conference on spiritual values in education and attended
    • SPIRITUAL DISCIPLINES OF YESTERDAY AND TO-DAY
    • spiritual knowledge yet a further example, namely the way of
    • different from those of the days when men sought high spiritual
    • way of Yoga to-day by something more purely spiritual and psychic, so
    • more easily apprehend the modern way into spiritual life if we train
    • exercises can extend to spiritual and psychic things, I wish, for the
    • of spiritual worlds is called up. These exercises consisted in
    • the spiritual nature emerged, got free and brought about immediate
    • spiritual perception, direct experience.
    • spiritual being. It is simply a fact that spirit becomes perceptible
    • When we want to see into the spiritual world — this seeing is
    • meant of course in a spiritual-psychic sense — then we must, as
    • eye, — but spiritually. It must no longer be an obstacle to our
    • perpetually have the whole spiritual world of the universe about us
    • nothing of the spiritual world by means of it, — just as one can
    • possible for the whole organism to perceive the spiritual world
    • of the super-sensible, the spiritual world, one should betake oneself
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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IV: Body Viewed from the Spirit
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    • Lecture IV: Body Viewed from the Spirit
    • Given during a conference on spiritual values in education and attended
    • BODY VIEWED FROM THE SPIRIT
    • spiritual region: as though this art of education laid too much stress
    • on the purely spiritual domain. From what I have said so far in
    • describing the spiritual foundation of the education, this might
    • object of speaking of spiritual facts here is to answer the
    • That a spiritual philosophy should consider firstly the development of
    • since the spirit is still working into the child's whole organism, his
    • perceptible to spiritual science; this struggle which goes on can only
    • spirit to receive what goes on at large in his environment. Otherwise
    • while it is physical it is the deed of the spirit and soul within the
    • this soul and spirit that it goes with and not against the health of
    • the organism. We must therefore know what spiritual and psychic
    • and do a spiritual thing in order to promote a physical thing.
    • healthy as it possibly can be; this means, to use every spiritual
    • possible hindrance to the will of his spirit. If we make this our
    • The extent to which spiritual education works healthily upon the
    • co-ordinated in a manner only possible to spiritual science. It then
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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture V: How Knowledge Can Be Nurture
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    • Given during a conference on spiritual values in education and attended
    • spiritual organism of which I have already spoken. Hence, in education
    • In this way, if you proceed spiritually, imaginatively, and not
    • enter into his environment with his full spirit and soul so that the
    • spiritually directed, the boy's head became smaller. I know a doctor
    • Certainly, but the right nurture of spirit and soul had to go with
    • there is a little spirit just as there is a little spirit in
    • spiritually speaking — because its organism spontaneously rejects
    • human life from a certain spiritual standpoint.
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VI: The Teacher as Artist in Education
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    • the soul and spirit.
    • soul and spirit nature reaches as far as the bone-.system. Before this
    • the soul and spirit nature is much more inward. And only now that he
    • dominates the muscular system, and through it, influences spirit and
    • we know how his soul which would soar, and his spirit which would
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VII: The Organisation of the Waldorf School
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    • Given during a conference on spiritual values in education and attended
    • of the Waldorf School that, since I am the director and spiritual
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VIII: Boys and Girls at the Waldorf School
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    • and sound in body, free in soul and lucid in spirit. Physical health
    • and strength, freedom of soul and clarity of spirit are things mankind
    • into the world by the divine spiritual powers of the world, it is a
    • upon to co-operate in this spiritual creation. I would rather express
    • spiritual nature is separated out from the total organism; and this
    • spiritual nature, which formerly worked within the whole being,
    • spirituality is false the moment it leads away from the material to
    • spiritual nature, but it will be like a balloon in the air, flying
    • off. A spirituality not bound to what is physical in life can give
    • have given a spiritual nurture to this human physical organism, —
    • this highest creation of divine, spiritual beings upon earth.
    • spirit. The important thing is to get the human being even while at
    • under this arrangement. But, as a result of the spirit which came into
    • which it must be comprehended by a spiritual understanding of
    • in spirit.
    • spiritual-psychic activity, which not only influences the functions of
    • man's physical body but develops both his spiritual-psychic and his
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IX: The Teachers of the Waldorf School
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    • Given during a conference on spiritual values in education and attended
    • between spirit, soul and body from the standpoint of a true human
    • to dwell in a spiritual element. It becomes permeated by spirit at
    • own on a spiritual view.
    • You see when people hear that a spiritual outlook or spiritual values
    • from the spiritual world. So that it is precisely among those who
    • support spiritual philosophy that there exists a true appreciation of
    • materialism, a proper appreciation of materialism. The spiritualist
    • knowledge of matter when he loses the spirit, all he can observe is
    • is, from the spiritual point of view.
    • appreciated when it confronts one as a fact of spiritual science, a
    • fact of spiritual knowledge. Now people think that it is a great
    • spiritual science. It is indeed this that gives him insight into these
    • life only when looked at from the spiritual standpoint. For this gives
    • spiritual standpoint can one become a truly practical educator in the
    • in keeping with the spirit of the time, far too much so, for it seems
    • spirit. Further, that one shall be able to know what the spirit
    • the spirit breaks down substances, in the way I described. Now our
    • universal and to spiritualise it. That it is called Anthroposophy is a



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