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11039Re: [anthroposophy] Re: etherically goggle-eyed

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  • Hogie McM
    Aug 24, 2005
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      Just to add a thought to the goggle-eyed discussion:
      Dr. Steiner emphasizes that one can watch as much cimema/video as one
      wants, without danger, as long as it is balanced by a counter-balancing
      striving
      to understand the spiritual world. It is in the goggle-eyed portion of his
      lecture.

      Best,
      Hogie
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Terence" <lionheart@...>
      To: <anthroposophy@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Wednesday, August 24, 2005 8:38 AM
      Subject: [anthroposophy] Re: etherically goggle-eyed


      > --- In anthroposophy@yahoogroups.com, Joel Wendt <hermit@t...> wrote:
      > egarding this news article:
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      > > Dear Lee,
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      >> I can understand your point of view expressed
      >> below, but at the same time my own research suggests
      >> that the matter is much more complicated. Having
      >> raised five children through adolescence and our
      >> present media culture, it is clear to me that there
      >> does exist a natural balance in the development of
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      > I concur with Joel. My wife and I raised 3 children
      > and are currently co-raising two granddaughters.
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      > Many were the hours that we watched disney flix
      > like 20 Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, Dune, etc.
      > and talked about the plot and theme afterwards. We
      > encouraged our sons to develop imaginative skills
      > playing D&D. They currently are PhD Biological
      > scientists and professors.
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      > During our annual visits we used to talk about
      > their upbringing during our families recovery from
      > chemical dependency as a means of clearing the air.
      > Our adult children's memories all had fond recall
      > of our movie, TV and video game experiences.
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      > We are doing the same bit with our granddaughters
      > (4 & 6) to stimulate their imaginative sense. What
      > is critical is the communications during and after
      > the imaginative events. They love to answer
      > questions as well as ask them.
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      > Terence
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