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- Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture I: The Necessity for a Spiritual Insight
- man's physical life. But this same natural science conducted as it is
- being in the whole universe than in this physical life between birth
- physical nature is formed plastically by the spirit. What precisely is
- Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture III: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday and To-day
- disturbance to the mind; until the ascetic could bear physical
- it was a matter of experience that as the physical was repressed so
- experience that in whatever measure the physical body is suppressed in
- when the activity of the physical is suppressed.
- whole organism transparent — not physically as in the case of the
- Certainly I do not mean to say that our physical organism as it stands
- physical organism is quite right as it is, it is quite normal. It has
- physical organism we can attain by taking in hand our own soul's
- sensation we can have of the soul leaving the physical body.
- essentially physical education has been accomplished — or has
- educators. Thus we can say: The most essential part of physical
- conduct the development of his soul in a way that strengthens physical
- is the nervous system which brings the soul to physical manifestation
- discover the relationships between the psychic and the physical nature
- of man. The ACTIVITY OF THOUGHT in the soul manifests physically as
- NERVOUS ACTIVITY; the FEELING NATURE in the soul manifests physically
- physical nature as a fine METABOLISM. It is essential to know the fine
- Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IV: Body Viewed from the Spirit
- educational question: how can we best develop the physical organism in
- the physical organism may seem to be a fundamental contradiction. The
- entirely bound up physically with the nerve-senses-system of his
- sorrow. In the mature man the physical consequences of the experiences
- the mouth and even a chronic catarrh. In the adult these physical
- and all its physical consequences, the child being an imitator, takes
- up these physical effects through inward gestures: through an inward
- imitates the physical effects of the sorrow. And the result is that,
- organs in accordance with the physical effects which he has taken up
- we model a new organism over it. The whole process is physical. But
- while it is physical it is the deed of the spirit and soul within the
- and do a spiritual thing in order to promote a physical thing.
- obscure. It is always some condition of the physical organism, —
- physical organism, and thus upon man as a whole, can be seen
- many physical facts, — if you take the external aspect, but it
- physical and material. What spiritual science can do is to show, on
- all hands, how spirit and what is spiritual work within the physical
- with the spirit into what is physical, and if we can come to observe
- how spirit weaves continuously in the physical, we shall be able to
- constitutes the spiritual foundation of spiritual, moral and physical
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- Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture V: How Knowledge Can Be Nurture
- geologists. We assume that the earth is a totality of physical forces,
- conditions of the physical organs will be prone to arise, more
- Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VI: The Teacher as Artist in Education
- movements should the child make to become physically strong P But if
- mechanic in his own body, in his physical nature. When we begin
- by its purely bodily, physical nature; when we know that the
- in his physical organism. For a melancholic child to raise a leg or an
- in his physical body and more in what I have called, in my
- head into the rest of his organism. The physical organism of his head
- Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VII: The Organisation of the Waldorf School
- into that of physical and practical life. And particular attention is
- paid in the Waldorf School to this transition into physical and
- into the physical organism, than any work in the abstract. Thus the
- Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VIII: Boys and Girls at the Waldorf School
- and sound in body, free in soul and lucid in spirit. Physical health
- must be a vision of the organism enabling him to judge physical
- health. For only one who is truly a judge of physical health and can
- physical health in the hands of a person who is not a member of the
- of schools. I was speaking of the physical health and the physical
- and the growth and development of its physical organism.
- One should not say: the physical organism is a thing of little
- thing as the physical organism. This physical organism has been put
- physical and what is pathological. If he observes that a melancholic
- him truly healthy, strong and active in all his physical functions.
- nature. I will speak of these later. But even in the physical respect
- Where attention and interest are kept alive the whole physical
- whole physical development.
- physical and bodily, one can do a great deal for the children's health
- For, you see, you may leave the physical body out of account, and
- off. A spirituality not bound to what is physical in life can give
- have given a spiritual nurture to this human physical organism, —
- If there is a great deal to do in the physical sphere apart from the
- 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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