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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture I: The Necessity for a Spiritual Insight
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    • It was the great task of natural science as systematised, for example,
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture II: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday: Yoga
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    • nervous system, in our brain, and in those parts in the rest of our
    • system. But what takes place in the nerves could never come about if
    • made with a system of thought such as that produced by the ancient
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture III: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday and To-day
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    • the human nervous system — in the broadest sense of the word. It
    • is the nervous system which brings the soul to physical manifestation
    • the only part of our soul life bound up with the nervous system is our
    • thinking, our power of ideation. The nervous system is only
    • Feeling is not directly bound up with the nervous system, but
    • with what may be called the Rhythmic system in the human being:
    • or nerve nature. The rhythmic system includes the rhythm we experience
    • life of nerves, on the nervous system, it is also founded in this rhythmic
    • nervous system, so the power of feeling is connected immediately
    • with the rhythmic system.
    • system. Only when we begin to conceive of our rhythmic system, when we
    • directly on the nervous system, willing is directly connected with
    • proper, as his limb system. The ‘movement system’ and
    • ‘metabolic system’ I hold to be the third member of the
    • nervous system quite other than the metabolic activity; whereas man's
    • system. It is only mediately, indirectly, that the will works in the
    • nervous system. What transpires in the nervous system in connection
    • as the rhythm of the BREATHING SYSTEM and the BLOOD SYSTEM, and this
    • it does directly, not indirectly by the way of the nervous system, not
    • through the nervous system. THE ACTIVITY OF WILL manifests in man's
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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IV: Body Viewed from the Spirit
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    • entirely bound up physically with the nerve-senses-system of his
    • organism, his feeling is bound up with the rhythmic system,
    • particularly the breathing and circulation system, and that his will
    • is bound up with the system of movement and metabolism.
    • The development of these three systems in man is not alike. Throughout
    • head, and all its development proceeds from the nerve-senses system.
    • The nerve-senses system permeates the whole organism; and all
    • the child's digestive system to the utmost degree. In so far as we let
    • our sorrow overflow into the child we damage its digestive system. You
    • system.
    • seventh year, we find the nerve-senses system no longer
    • is the rhythmic system which preponderates, which has the upper hand.
    • thing is to work with the child's rhythmic system, and everything
    • which works upon some-thing other than the rhythmic system is wrong.
    • But now what is it that works upon the rhythmic system? It is
    • art that works upon the rhythmic system, everything that is
    • rhythmic system. Music is nothing else but rhythm carried over into
    • the rhythmic system of the human being himself. The inner man himself
    • system reproduces what the violin has played, what has sounded from
    • child's rhythmic system.
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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture V: How Knowledge Can Be Nurture
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    • development of what in man is the digestive system. And when I examine
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VI: The Teacher as Artist in Education
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    • human being. The rhythmic system — breathing system and system of
    • the blood circulation and breathing system begin to develop and pass
    • into the muscular system. The muscles become saturate with blood and
    • years the human being builds up his own rhythmic system in the way
    • is reached, then what is within the rhythmic system and muscular
    • system passes over into the bone system, into the whole skeleton. Up
    • to the 11th year the bone system is entirely embedded in the muscular
    • system. It conforms to the muscular system. Between the 11th and 12th
    • the skeletal system. This means: Between the 11th and 12th year the
    • soul and spirit nature reaches as far as the bone-.system. Before this
    • has taken hold on that remotest part of his humanity, the bone-system,
    • his bone system from out of his muscular system. Later, after the 12th
    • year, the bone system, which is adjusting itself to the outer world,
    • dominates the muscular system, and through it, influences spirit and
    • before the bone system has awakened. While the child still dwells in
    • his muscular system, through the intermediary of his blood system, he
    • plant kingdom, because his muscular system is plastic, is inwardly
    • muscular system is soft. But if before his 11th year we teach the
    • — the experience the child has of his own bone-system. And what
    • we know all that. But we do not know how the circulation system plays
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  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VII: The Organisation of the Waldorf School
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    • system, to the children, also the external form of the body and the
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VIII: Boys and Girls at the Waldorf School
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    • schools. The system of school doctors is developing widely. But, just
    • in direct touch with his digestive system. And whether or not a man
    • digestive system depends upon how his play is guided in childhood.
    • able to dispense with the system of “staying put,” —
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IX: The Teachers of the Waldorf School
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    • earlier periods of his life. And so in boys it is the nervous system
    • it can easily happen that the boy's nervous system gets overstrained
    • unconsciously into his nervous system, and they echo and sound on-in
    • from normal consciousness, makes an assault upon the nervous system of

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