SOS: Lectures 5 & 6

This is one of a series of posts discussing Rudolf Steiner's Founding a Science of the Spirit: Fourteen Lectures Given in Stuttgart Between 22 August and 4 September 1906. Visit the tag Science of Spirit for all posts on this topic. This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support of Kindism.org. What better way to start of … Continue reading SOS: Lectures 5 & 6

the Light of Hope & Thought

As we approach 280-something-th day of March my calendar insists it is actually mid-December. This makes some sense, Bells, Bows, Gifts, Trees and Seasonal Cheer have started to percolate onto my Facebook feed. Our Christmas (“Festive Holiday”?) Tree is up, lit and decorated (still no angel on top). Our Advent Calendars — yes, calendars plural, … Continue reading the Light of Hope & Thought

banishing the darkness

We recently gathered together to celebrate the start of Advent at my children's school. The adults sat in the gathering darkness as the children entered the room, careful to avoid stepping on the pine branches and stumps arranged in a spiral on the floor. The teacher spoke a few words about our inner light of … Continue reading banishing the darkness

musings on the material world & death – Eddy & Steiner’s perspectives

Before I dive into Lecture Four: Devachan, I want to pause and contemplate how Eddy and Steiner talk about the material world, and death. I am only three lectures into Steiner's work, so my views on this could change as I learn more about Steiner's perspectives. Through out Science and Health, the material world is intrinsically linked with sin, … Continue reading musings on the material world & death – Eddy & Steiner’s perspectives