Dear Eliza, Your book is wonderful! I am so grateful that there are people like you who take on the important task of making Rudolf Steiner accessible to a modern audience. Thank you! I will order 2 more copies to have around as gifts. With warm regards, K....
First stage of life- Seven Cycles The Child's Changing Consciousness Lecture VI, 20 April 1923, Dornach When we take into consideration the relationship between the growing child and their surroundings, there are three basic human qualities. The first concerns the...
Simply Steiner© Meditation/Communication with the Higher World – Rudolf Steiner - 11 May 1924, Dornach First, take this mantra and recite It. Not loudly, but in a soft, gentle manner: O man, know thyself! So resounds the cosmic word. You hear it strong in soul, You...
Spend Time in Nature. ... Spending time outdoors is always a quick and easy way to achieve inner peace. Meditate. ... Meditation gives you the break you need from the noise of your thoughts. Be Grateful. ... Live in the Present. ... The past is gone the future is not...
Book Club Questions
Book 1: The Gospel of St. John
The 1960s—whether you lived through that era directly or simply learned about it historically—had elements of the evolution of this planet towards Love that Steiner talks about. It was a decade of revolution calling for change in politics, music, and society around the world.
- What are those elements, from your perspective?
- How did they show themselves, and what kinds of results came from them?
- What from that era is worth keeping and bringing into our own consciousness and ways of organizing the culture at this time?
“The global environment can survive only if we learn to live in peace and harmony with our fellow human beings. To achieve global peace, we must not only stop fighting each other but also stop destroying the natural world.”
– Dr. Jane Goodall
In the 60’s there was a generation inspired by peace and love and we want to bring that energy back. How can we learn to be our best selves and work together for the good of the planet?
“Now it’s up to us.”
- What does this mean, in light of Rudolf Steiner’s writing on the Gospel of St. John and Liza Kendall’s reflections?
- What can we do?
- How does this book show the way?
Our books are about revisiting the vision of Rudolf Steiner with relatable writing for the 21st Century. Creator of the Waldorf schools and spiritual visionary of his time he inspired a generation of peace and love back in the 60’s and we want to bring that energy back. This book is an introduction, a taste of what is to come..