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Problems of Society An Esoteric View, From Luciferic Past to Ahrimanic Future

By: STEINER, RUDOLF, TRANS M BARTON

Price: $39.90

Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Press:

Edition: 1st Edition

Seller ID: 14194

ISBN: 1855845164


10 lectures, various cities, Feb. - Nov. 1919, CW 193. ‘Whatever turbulent outward events occur in the world, whatever form is taken by things seeking to work their way out of the depths of human evolution, we only really hearken to the true, underlying nature of these events ... if we observe the world from a spiritual perspective.’ – Rudolf Steiner In seeking to heal the many social crises of our time, Rudolf Steiner urges us to turn away fr... View more info

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Happiness Fortune, Success and the Human Spirit

By: STEINER, RUDOLF, TRANS M. BARTON

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Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Press:

Seller ID: 14818

ISBN: 1855845326


What is true happiness? This perennial question preoccupies many experts, including biologists, psychologists, sociologists and theologians, but their findings usually confirm what we already knew: that happiness is one of the most sought-after but elusive commodities. Rudolf Steiner’s liberating view of happiness opens up new vistas and perspectives. Happiness, he says, depends on the human spirit, whose continuing evolution draws sustenance from the totality ... View more info

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Dying Earth and Living Cosmos The Living Gifts of Anthroposophy - The Need for New Forms of Consciousness (CW 181)

By: STEINER, RUDOLF, TRANS MATTHEW BARTON

Price: $65.00

Publisher: UK, Rudolf Steiner Press:

Seller ID: 13835

ISBN: 1855844192


21 lectures, Berlin, January 22 - August 6, 1918 (CW 181) These authoritative lectures, delivered during a period of deep crisis and conflict in world history, present a comprehensive spiritual teaching for contemporary humanity. Despite the raging World War, Rudolf Steiner was still touring Central Europe while also completing his architectural masterpiece in neutral Switzerland, the first Goetheanum. The building of the Goetheanum — built by a comm... View more info

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Architecture as Peacework The First Goetheanum, Dornach, 1914 (CW 287)

By: STEINER, RUDOLF, TRANS. AMRINE, FREDERICK, INTRODUCTION KETTLE, JOHN

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Publisher: SteinerBooks:

Seller ID: 14658

ISBN: 1621480992


5 lectures, Dornach, Switzerland, October 10-25, 1914 (CW 287) "We need to create an energetic culture of peace - not idle talk of peace, but the real peace that can arise only out of a concrete, mutual understanding of the various individual cultures." - Rudolf Steiner (Lecture 2) At the outbreak of World War I in August 1914, the construction of the singular architectural masterwork that would later be called the Goetheanum (and, later still, th... View more info

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Goethe's Faust in the Light of Anthroposophy Spiritual-Scientific Commentaries on Goethe’s Faust, vol. 2 (CW 273)

By: STEINER, RUDOLF, TRANS. BURLEY CHANNER

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Publisher: SteinerBooks:

Seller ID: 14319

ISBN: 1621480917


13 lectures in Dornach and Prague, Sept. 30, 1916 - Jan. 19, 1919 (CW 273), plus excerpts from various texts and two poems by Goethe This volume is the sequel to Anthroposophy in the Light of Goethe’s Faust (CW 272). By late 1916, Rudolf Steiner had become an important interpreter of Goethe and frequently discussed Faust—probably Goethe’s greatest work—from the perspective of anthroposophic Spiritual Science. Although Steiner’... View more info

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Sexuality, Inner Development, and Community Life Ethical and Spiritual Dimensions of the Crisis in the Anthroposophical Society in Dornach, 1915 (CW 253)

By: STEINER, RUDOLF, TRANS. CREEGER, CATHERINE, FOREWORD SCHAEFER, CHRISTOPHER

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Publisher: SteinerBooks:

Seller ID: 14657

ISBN: 1621480933


7 lectures, Dornach, 10 September , 1915 (CW 253) "These lectures and documents from the summer and fall of 1915 were a response to a crisis in the Anthroposophical Society, a crisis Rudolf Steiner wanted the membership to be aware of. In part, the crisis was provoked by Alice Sprengel, a long-time student of Rudolf Steiner, and her reaction to the marriage of her spiritual teacher to Marie von Sivers. Her expectations, the exact nature of which is not quite cl... View more info

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Rose-Cross Meditation, The An Archetype of Human Development

By: STEINER, RUDOLF, TRANS. J COLLIS

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Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Press:

Seller ID: 14226

ISBN: 1855845288


The Rose Cross meditation is central to the western – Rosicrucian – path of personal development as presented by Rudolf Steiner. Steiner repeatedly referred to the meditation as a ‘symbol of human development’ that illustrates the transformation of the human being’s instincts and desires. These work unconsciously in the soul, and in thought, feeling and will. Through personal development, the ‘I’ – the essential self –... View more info

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Michael's Mission Revealing the Essential Secrets of Human Nature

By: STEINER, RUDOLF, TRANS. J. COLLIS

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Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Press:

Seller ID: 14193

ISBN: 1855845172


12 lectures, Dornach, Nov.-Dec. 1919, CW 194. ‘... This will generate a struggle covering the face of the whole earth. The one and only remedy for this nonsense being made of human evolution will be the path that can lead humanity to the spirit – the path of Michael, which finds its continuation in the path of Christ.’ – Rudolf Steiner Speaking in the aftermath of the Great War, Rudolf Steiner presents a series of extraordinary lectu... View more info

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Initiation Science
and the Development of the Human Mind

By: STEINER, RUDOLF, TRANS.A. MEUSS

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Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Press:

Seller ID: 14430

ISBN: 1855845318


8 lectures + report, various cities, Jul.–Sept. 1923, CW 228 In an astonishing series of lectures on the science of spiritual knowledge, Rudolf Steiner begins by addressing an audience in Dornach, Switzerland – where, only months earlier, his architectural masterpiece, the first Goetheanum, had been destroyed by fire. He discusses the nature of our planetary system, revealing the planets that are characterised by freedom and those that determin... View more info

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Riddles Of The Soul (GA 21)

By: STEINER, RUDOLF, WILLIAM LINDEMAN,TRANS

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Publisher: Mercury Press:

Seller ID: 7679

ISBN: 0929979540


This is the first complete English edition of one of the major books by Rudolf Steiner: Von Seelenrätseln. Dr. Steiner said of the first essay that it is written not with a pen, but with "soul spades that want to rip away the planks that board up the world, i.e., that want to clear away the limits to knowledge set by natural science, but want to do so with inner work of the soul." In the second essay he does battle with Max Dessoir, a typical foe of the spir... View more info

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Music Mystery, Art and the Human Being

By: STEINER, RUDOLF; TRANS. M. BARTON; EDITED WITH INTRO. BY M. KURTZ

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Publisher: Rudolf Steiner Press:

Seller ID: 14272

ISBN: 1855845261


‘Our neurosensory system is inwardly configured music, and we experience music as an artistic quality to the degree that a piece of music is in tune with the mystery of our own musical structure.’ – Rudolf Steiner What is music? Rudolf Steiner regards the essence of music as something spiritual, inaudible to the senses. The world of tones, borne on the vibrations of air, is not the essential element. ‘The true nature of music, the spiritu... View more info