Der morgentypische und der abendtypische Mensch im Nacht-Tag-Rhythmus

Jahrbuch für Goetheanismus 2007, 2007

Morningnes and eveningnes in the night-day-rhythms

The following can be concluded from a study initiated by Gunther Hildebrandt, from further observations and from the literature:

Human subjects are generally inclz'ned towards being at their greatest productim'ty in the morning and in the afternoon towards their best 1nood. This… read more

Hygiogenese und Salutogenese Versuch einer (notwendigen) Begriffsdifferenzierung

Jahrbuch für Goetheanismus 2003, 2003

Hygiogenesis and salutogenesis - an attempt at a (necessary) differentiation of concepts

The concepts salutogenesis and hygiogenesis originate from different basic considerations. Hygiogenesis means a systematic representation of autonomous regulations in the sense of a therapeutic physiology. Salutogenesis, however, represents a system… read more

Über Methoden zur Erforschung hygiogenetischer Prozesse

Jahrbuch für Goetheanismus 2003, 2003

On research methods of hygiogenetic processes

The processes bringing about health after illncss may be considered as metamorphoscs of those processes which generally enable health. As rhythm is one of the most essential conditions of life, we speak of hygiodynamics (maintenance of health) and hygiogenesis (healing) respectively. So… read more

Heileurythmiewirkung auf das rhythmische System

Jahrbuch für Goetheanismus 2002, 2002

The effect of curative eurythmy on the rhythmical system

In anthroposophical medicine, eurythmy is used therapeutically in

many cases and with different forms of disease. We report on two studies in which the effects of this therapeutic approach were studied with respect to the rhythmical-functional order of cardiac and… read more

Signaturen der Therapeutischen Sprachgestaltung in der Herzfrequenzvariabilität

Jahrbuch für Goetheanismus 2002, 2002

Signatures of therapeutic speech formation in heart rate variability

Background: Anthroposophical Therapeutie Speech uses poems and exercises which typically induce rhythmical breathing. Speaking influences respiration, and thus directly, heart rate variability (I IRV) in particular via respiratory sinus arrhythmia which, together With… read more