Applied Anthroposophy

Dear Friends, 

What is being called for in this challenging and extraordinary moment in time?

Can we create meaning?
Can we be strong, courageous, and resilient?
Can we stay connected to what is most alive in our world?

We believe that together we can.  

This September, join Applied Anthroposophy, a new community of learners exploring anthroposophy through the lens of current events, inner reflection, and action in the world. 

Applied Anthroposophy, a new ASA online course, meets weekly on Zoom from September 2020 through May 2021. The course unfolds through a series of four themes: Freedom in Thinking, the Power of Love, Individual Initiative and Service to Humanity. Each theme alternates weekly between keynote speakers sharing Leading Thoughts, and time spent in Chrysalis Groups, a space for deeper exploration and sharing. Leading Thoughts presenters include Rev. Patrick Kennedy, Lisa Romero, Dr. Lakshmi Prasanna, Carrie Schuchardt, Dr. Adam Blanning, Chris Burke & Anne de Wild, Linda Bergh, and more. See the full schedule here!  

We’ve created this course for all levels of experience and interest. Through our flexible registration tiers, we are offering accessibility in terms of time, commitment, and pricing. 

You can register for:

Click on these links to explore our Frequently Asked Questions and registration and pricing options

Join this pioneering online course, gift it to a friend, or simply support it through a donation by going to   

Watch your inbox for more information in the upcoming weeks. Email us anytime with your questions and ideas at

With enthusiasm and gratitude, 

Laura Scappaticci and Tess Parker on behalf of The Applied Anthroposophy Team 

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Every Darkness Holds the Light artwork donated by Christopher Scappaticci ~ Logo by Philipp Tok 


  1. Gita labrentz on April 21, 2021 at 4:06 pm

    Grateful for this journey and exceptional depth and heights by which I could measure my understanding of decades of lived human lives in me, years of study, and encounters of fellow journey men and explore the life-long question: why did I stop off at this planet?

    • Laura Scappaticci on April 26, 2021 at 4:04 pm

      Thank you for this beautiful contemplative comment, Gita!
      With thanks for your participation,

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