How Can We Care for the Soul in Anxious Times?

Dec 08, 2023 6:30PM


Front Range Anthroposophical Café, 780 Quince Circle, Boulder, CO 80304 (U.S. Mountain Time, MT)

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We are living in a time of so many changes and challenges that it is easy to become anxious, negative, withdrawn, or frustrated. Dr. Blanning has been working to develop a fourfold approach to anxiety and burnout for physicians, as well as working regularly with teachers, children, patients, and families around strategies for better balance and well-being. This presentation will focus more on ways we can work, as adults, with our rhythm, sensory patterns, and meditative life. There is great goodness in the world, but we have to claim it be more actively forming our lives, qualities of the consciousness soul.

Adam Blanning, MD, is one of three co-leaders for the Medical Section of the School of Spiritual Science at the Goetheanum, in Switzerland. He teaches and lectures nationally and internationally on topics of holistic health and human development. He practices anthroposophic medicine in Denver, CO, USA, and is the author of Raising Sounds Sleepers: Helping Children Use Their Senses to Rest and Self-Soothe.

Up-Coming Café Guests
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as we periodically will hear from Café Guests outside of North America!

December 15: Christopher Schaefer
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