Rudolf Steiner and the Experience of Spiritual Community

Mar 10, 2024 2:00PM—4:00PM



Cost Sliding Scale: $25.00 - $100.00

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In this workshop, Dr. Schaefer will explore the qualities of conversation and the threshold experiences we can have in dialogue with others and with the spirit. Rudolf Steiner suggested that the more we can practice a conscious dialogue with the spirit in groups the more quickly the earth and human culture would be spiritualized. What did he mean and how can we best practice sacred conversation in our life?

Each workshop on Zoom includes small group exercises and reflections shared in the full group. Artistic and imaginative exercises will be used to open up biographical experiences. And, as always, we will practice listening deeply.

The monthly workshops are not recorded to respect the confidentiality of participants. The cost for public workshops is on a sliding scale from $25.00 to $100.00.

You will receive a Zoom link a day prior to the workshop.

Christopher Schaefer, PhD, is a retired adult educator who for many years taught at both Emerson College in England and at Sunbridge College in New York. He has also been an organization and community development advisor for most of his life, working both with Waldorf Schools and Camphill Communities as well as with many more conventional organizations. Christopher is the co-author of Vision in Action: Working with Soul and Spirit in Small Organizations, and the author of Partnerships of Hope: Building Waldorf School Communities and Re-Imagining America: Finding Hope in Difficult Times. He lives with his wife Signe in the Berkshires of Massachusetts.