Counterbalancing Technology

Andrew Linnell of MysTech will offer thoughts on how to be present and healthy in our cultural age with his presentation: “Refined Breathing and the Counterbalances Needed for Our Technological Age.”

Director of Programs

After conducting a national search, The Leadership Team and General Council are delighted to announce the appointment of Tess Parker as the new Director of Programs for the Anthroposophical Society in the US. Tess will serve with Deb Abrahams-Dematte and Katherine Thivierge on the Society’s Leadership Team. Tess has worked for the past three years with…

Epic of Gilgamesh: Holy Nights 2021-22

We are looking forward to the Holy Nights, a time when we can turn inward and retreat from “busyness” as usual. This year, we are excited to host a special program during this time, a storytelling event that will bring the ancient Sumerian saga “The Epic of Gilgamesh” to life. Register here today! What: The Epic…

The First Ever Online Art Dispersal

August 1, 2020

At our fall online conference there will be an online “art dispersal” event to get art into people’s homes.

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Applied Anthroposophy

July 24, 2020

A new online course and community starting in September

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From the General Secretary: “the beat of daily news”

June 3, 2020

June 3, 2020 — Present events and the beat of daily news have kept me in a state of rawness. No one I have spoken with is immune from suffering.

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Five Good Words; Whitsun Gathering

May 22, 2020

Five Good Words — Whitsun Gathering with Orland Bishop and Friends (recording available). Why do we celebrate Whitsun and what is its meaning? Rudolf Steiner calls Whitsun the festival of the free Individuality. 

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An Exploration of the Twelve Senses – May Webinar

May 8, 2020

This webinar series is now available as a recording. During this time of greater external boundaries, we can come together online to explore a deeper understanding of the way our personal, spiritual and physical boundaries meet the world. It has…

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From the General Secretary: “between self and community interest”

April 12, 2020

From the General Secretary April 12, 2020 Dear Members and Friends, I never imagined writing something to you in the midst of a global pandemic in which sheltering in place, spatial distancing, and fear of being infected or infecting others…

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Online Community Gathering ~ If Our Courage Is Not To Fail Us

March 15, 2020

Dear Community, More than 330 people joined together on Thursday, March 19th, to set aside fear and reaffirm community, connection, meditative practices, and the meaning of our new experiences, with John Bloom, Angela Foster, and Linda Bergh. Here are the…

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Letter from Virginia Sease

March 4, 2020

Intro from John Bloom, General Secretary How wonderful, timely and surprising it was to receive a letter meant for all US Society members from Virginia Sease, emeritus member of the Executive Council of the Goetheanum in Dornach, former Council member…

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Legacy Circle News: Erika Asten

February 19, 2020

We are pleased and grateful to announce a very generous bequest to the Anthroposophical Society in America from the estate of a dear bearer of anthroposophy, Erika V. Asten. Erika crossed the threshold on May 5th, 2018, shortly before her…

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Staying Connected: A Sacred Gateway Community Conversation

February 17, 2020

Special note: The Sacred Gateway conference took place online, on April 17-19. The full conference (along with the recording of this conversation) is now available in our store. Join us March 4 from 7:30-8:45 pm Eastern Time for an online…

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The Alchemy of Gift

February 15, 2020

from being human – winter-spring 2020 by John Bloom What might an analysis of gift streams tell us about the development of human consciousness in the twenty-first century in the United States? The experience of giving and receiving makes it clear…

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From the General Secretary: “a cultural sea change afoot”

January 13, 2020

January 2020 Dear Members and Friends, Welcome to the new year, new decade, and what the future will certainly ask of us—awakening and deepening community. It is highly significant and worth celebrating that nearly 900 people participated in the Society’s…

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