Easter 2022: The Seed for a Future Fulfillment

Apr 15, 2022 7:30PM—Apr 18, 2022


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A talk by Rüdiger Janisch, Sponsored by Greater Washington Branch

At the first Easter a seed was laid for healing the great illness of humanity which began in Paradise—an illness in body, soul, and spirit. At the laying of the foundation stone of the first Goetheanum, another seed was laid to continue this healing in our time.

Rüdiger has suggested two readings as preparation for his talk. We will read at home, but united in spirit; if you cannot read on the dates suggested, please feel free to do so at any time.

Preparatory readings, with suggested dates/times to read individually at home:

Good Friday, April 15, 7:30 pm
“Nature and Sub-Nature” from Anthroposophical Leading Thoughts (link to the lecture available by clicking here)

Saturday, April 16, 7:30 pm
“The Easter Imagination” from The Four Seasons and the Archangels (link to the lecture available by clicking here)

Monday, April 18, 7:30 pm
Online talk by Rüdiger Janisch
To request the Zoom link for the talk, please email nfoster14thst@gmail.com.

Rüdiger Janisch has been working in curative education and teaching in professional training programs in Germany and the United States for over forty years. A long-time student of anthroposophy, he serves on the Collegium of the School for Spiritual Science in North America. His contributions to adult education methods were recognized in the context of an international research project sponsored by the European Union. He has been a member of the core faculty of a joint “Training for Trainers” program supporting curative education and social therapy in Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, and Kyrgyzstan. He has also taught as an adjunct faculty member of the M.S.Ed program in Waldorf Remedial Education at Antioch University New England. Having taught many different aspects of anthroposophy and curative education, he is currently focused on action research and the development of artistic and experiential approaches to the spiritual scientific study of the human being.