E-JOURNAL FOR ANTHROPOSOPHY #79 (Classics #5)
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This volume is introduced and edited by Robert Hill, a writer and educator and retired president and CEO of Tunnell Consulting, an organization development consulting firm.
One of the most popular icebreakers when a group of anthroposophists gather is the question, “so how did you meet anthroposophy?” Depending upon how much time has passed since the initial encounter, the answer can take on more complexity and length. For this volume, editor Robert Hill has selected articles that illustrate a variety of these experiences. In his introduction, Robert describes the challenges and opportunities for self-discovery these “meetings” hold out to us and in so doing illustrate how they can serve as threshold experiences.
Robert Hill — Introduction: Meeting Anthroposophy
Stephan Spitalny — What is Anthroposophy?
Alan Howard — “Like Shadows We Are . . .”
Ann Steward — The Geometry of Meditation
Michael Howard — Art as Spiritual Activity: The Three Faces of Beauty
Annie Heuser — Goetheanism Resurrected in Anthroposophy
Van James — Art as a Threshold Experience
Joel Morrow — A New Vision of Nature
Guus van der Bie, MD — An Anthroposophic View of the Heart Function
Manfred Maier — Living between the Light and Dark: The Two Sides of the Electronic Media Experience
Arvia Ege — The Building on the Bank of the Stream
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