The incarnating child / Joan Salter Salter, Joan

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Author
Salter, Joan
Subjects
Child development.; Spiritual life - Miscellanea.; Spiritual direction.
Audience
Adult
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: 1.Starting Point - Knowledge of Man
  • The threefold human being
  • An art of motherhood or a science of child rearing
  • A new art of parenthood
  • 2.The Process of Incarnation
  • The poets
  • Research embryologists
  • The forty days period
  • 3.Preparation
  • Body preparation
  • Food
  • Herbs
  • More body care
  • The perineum
  • Stretch marks
  • Nipple care
  • Preparing clothes for the baby
  • Fabrics
  • Warmth
  • Colours
  • 4.Anticipation
  • Soul preparation
  • The Sistine Madonna
  • Destiny
  • Baptism
  • Naming
  • Home orientation
  • 5.The Phenomenon of Motherhood
  • The trials
  • The Archetypal Feminine
  • 6.The First Six Weeks
  • The protective environment
  • Wrapping
  • Bathing
  • Baby massage
  • Baby slings
  • Weighing
  • At six weeks
  • New vistas ahead
  • 7.The Baby's Body Gestures
  • Microcosm and macrocosm
  • Plant gesture
  • Fish gesture
  • Seeking the upright
  • Bird gesture
  • Reptile gesture
  • Quadruped gesture
  • Human gesture
  • Contents note continued: Alpha and Omega
  • 8.The Body Gestures and the Days of Creation
  • First day
  • Second day
  • Third day
  • Fourth day
  • Fifth day
  • Sixth day
  • 9.Coming in from the Cosmos
  • Circles and spirals
  • The cross
  • Tree-men
  • Ladders
  • The rainbow
  • The House
  • Epilogue - sex education
  • 10.Taking in the World 1 - The Child's Food
  • Breast feeding
  • Weaning
  • The bottle fed baby
  • The introduction of food
  • Fruit
  • Grains
  • Vegetables
  • Meat
  • Eggs
  • Milk and honey
  • Nightshades, mushrooms and legumes
  • Some practical matters
  • 11.Taking in the World 2 - The Sense Impressions
  • Sense impressions and body organs
  • Rhythm
  • Touch
  • Eyes and ears
  • Television
  • Movement
  • Balance
  • Sense of the other's ego
  • Art - a healing influence
  • 12.The Human Soul and its Functions
  • The three functions
  • Physical growth
  • Growth in awakeness
  • The rhythms of seven years
  • 13.The First Seven Years
  • The Madonna's Cloak
  • Contents note continued: Asking questions
  • Imitation and repetition
  • Play and toys
  • Dolls
  • Simple action games
  • Books
  • Fairy tales
  • Gnomes and Fairies
  • Nursery rhymes
  • Festivals
  • Within the family circle
  • Going to work
  • The broken circle
  • The true family circle
  • 14.Questions and Viewpoints
  • Crying
  • Wakeful babies
  • Immunization
  • Social development
  • Play-groups, playmates and pre-schools
  • Guiding behaviour - the establishment of good habits
  • Challenges
  • Three human skills
  • Soul virtues
  • Saying grace
  • Prayers for young children
  • A caring attitude
  • 15.The Constitution of the Soul
  • The experiencing principle
  • The intellectual principle
  • The higher principle
  • Preparing the higher principle during childhood
  • 16.The Development of Thinking
  • From birth to two years
  • Piaget's work
  • Thought connected with action
  • Three and four years
  • The second seven years
  • The adolescent years
  • Knowing
  • 17.The Years Ahead
  • Contents note continued: The child speaks
  • New tasks for the ego
  • The life-body
  • The soul-body
  • Adulthood
  • Epilogue A personal assessment
  • Appendices
  • A.Rudolf Steiner
  • B.The threefold human being
  • C.The forty days period
  • D.Life forces and food
  • E.Music for young children
  • F.The continuum concept
  • G.How to make your rebozo
  • H.Rhythm in nutrition
  • I.Weaning
  • J.Matter and life
  • K.Man and plant
  • L.Head growth of children
  • M.How to knit a pony.
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