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Annual Report for 2018 now online

The ASA annual report for 2018 is available now: for viewing in a browser, and in PDF format to download and print. Contents include: Letter from General Secretary John Bloom Message from the Leadership Team Events, Activities, Community School for Spiritual Science being human/anthroposophy.org Anthroposophical Prison Outreach Council of Anthroposophic Organizations Rudolf Steiner Library Work…

Wellspring of Waldorf

We hope you enjoy this new video about the the origins of Waldorf education and the wellspring of its special insights and approaches: anthroposophy. Scroll down below the video for a special resource guide, plus a link to a special membership offer. Behind a Waldorf education there’s a whole movement based in a larger, deeper,…

The Challenge of Evil, with Bastiaan Baan

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER! Suggested Contribution $40After making your contribution, a link for the webinar will be emailed to you. We are surrounded by countless forms of evil — from the most subtle temptations to outbursts of total destruction. In the first webinar session, we will discuss our first task in dealing with these numerous…

The Sacred Gateway: Conscious Living, Conscious Dying, and the Journey Beyond: Creating Death Caring Communities

January 17, 2019

Are we not all woven like bright blossoms With strands of light into one flowering wreath – Those of us who breathe the breath of heaven And those who breathe the naked air beneath. So like one unfading cosmic garland,…

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Compass Rose Webinar – Stars, Celestial Events

January 5, 2019

Mary Stewart Adams, star lore historian, and her sister artist Patricia DeLisa joined friends online, on Wednesday, January 16 to create a compass rose, and share the celestial highlights of the new year. This webinar and additional resources are now available recorded. $15…

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From the General Secretary

December 10, 2018

From the General Secretary December 2018 We shape the world by how we speak; the world shapes us by what we say. These days I find myself wondering what is happening to language and speaking. Reductivist twittering, hacked thoughts, words…

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Inner Advent / Holiday Open Mic

December 5, 2018

What we plant in the soil of contemplation, we shall reap in the harvest of action. -Meister Eckhart As the days grow shorter and the light wanes, we find a longing to reflect and understand the meaning and significance of the…

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New Orleans conference: report and keynotes online

November 24, 2018

Our 2018 national conference in New Orleans got great reviews. We’re happy to share an extensive report with many photos and observations, in two versions to be sure it’s easy for you to read. Two versions for viewing: Viewing on…

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Strengthening Foundations of Inner Work and Meditation

October 1, 2018

Our latest webinar series is now available recorded in the store. This three part series with Lisa Romero was recorded Wednesdays, August 29, September 12, and September 26 at 7:30pm Eastern. Lisa writes, Together we will explore the inner work,…

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How do we imbue our thoughts with the warmth of the heart?

September 26, 2018

You could say, that the fundamental question of humanity is, “When will springtime come for human consciousness? When will that power, that can draw out the forces that are lying hidden inside us, that can lead us to spiritual knowledge…

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Spirit Rising: Toward a More Just Economy

September 25, 2018

A recent post by John Bloom on the RSF Social Finance blog… These Days Whatever you have to say, leave the roots on, let them dangle   And the dirt Just to make clear where they come from. —Charles Olson…

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Newsletter from the Natural Science Section

September 7, 2018

Dear Friends, We have asked the Society to distribute this inaugural issue of the Correspondence, a newsletter of the Natural Science/Mathematics-Astronomy Section of the School for Spiritual Science to all members of the Society. The Section aims to become more visible and step…

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