What We Do
Seeing the whole human being in our complex social, biological, planetary, and cosmic contexts, anthroposophy can open up the field of creative potential and action for each of us.
This includes personal growth and health and capacities, and social and professional service and engagement.
Inspired by the work of Rudolf Steiner, hundreds of thousands of individuals worldwide are finding inspiration for meaningful choices in daily living,—
for parenting and community, for healing the Earth, for artistic and scientific work, and for building a new culture of freedom, fairness, and solidarity.
Anthroposophy's far-reaching view of personal development and human evolution gives a new context for today's widespread egotism. We each need to gain inner freedom and self-reliance in order to be change agents and conveners of a healthy future civilization, one where the whole community and the individual are seen and valued by each other. Consider membership and ways to get involved.
News & Events
A beautiful time of year in a beautiful, historic city — with friends old and new. That’s our fall conference, “Here and Now: Transforming Ourselves, Transforming Our World.” On the registration information page there is help with housing, including a new link to a House Sharing/Ride Sharing board. Just leave a comment with your needs and…Read More
Each year on the holiday weekend of early October we gather for a conference and annual members meeting. In 2018 the location is New Orleans, a city with a rich culture seasoned by a 300-year history. As in 2017 in Phoenix, where we met at the Heard Museum of Native American Art, the location can…Read More
It’s a big step for being accessible on smartphones and tablets. The new site also has a blogging function for sharing news. We hope this and further developments will make it easier to participate in and support the Anthroposophical Society in America! Please continue to send your comments to email@example.com to help perfect our site!Read More
We are grateful for that there are several good sites about Rudolf Steiner on the internet. Soon, at RudolfSteiner.org he will get a full mobile-friendly presence more comparable to the extraordinary gifts he brought. Right now we are still linking back to certain features of our old site, so give us a few days—the target date…Read More
[an-thro-POS-o-phy] The art and science of becoming more fully human.
The Anthroposophical Society in America (ASA) supports and furthers the work of Rudolf Steiner in the United States. We are an open membership organization that fosters self-development and inspired social engagement.
Anthroposophy is a discipline of research as well as a path of knowledge, service, personal growth, and social engagement. Introduced and developed by Rudolf Steiner, it is concerned with all aspects of human life, spirit and humanity’s future evolution and well-being.
An “open heart and comprehensive mind..."
Rudolf Steiner gave clear insights and supportive guidance for individuals of all kinds, inspiring creative work in many fields.
Educator, scientist, philosopher, spiritual researcher, “meta-thinker”? But also social reformer, artistic innovator, cultural activist, and initiator of a holistic, human-centered “anthroposophy”—that is Rudolf Steiner.
To learn more about this unique individual and his still-expanding impact we are creating a sister site RudolfSteiner.org -- it's under construction now, but will be ready by mid-August.
Are you intrigued by holistic and human-centered ideas and initiatives?
Interested in meeting others with questions and values similar to your own?
ASA offers webinars, conferences, events, and publications. Regional and local groups and initiatives offer hundreds of events annually, along with weekly and monthly study groups.
There are many ways to get involved!
Our magazine being human reports on “personal and cultural renewal in the 21st century.”
Features include initiatives, arts & ideas, research & reviews, and news of the Anthroposophical Society, as well as a visual arts gallery and biographical sketches of individuals who have died.