The Philosophy Of Freedom Now With Nathaniel WilliamsThe Anthroposopher add
As he sets out on a tour of Waldorf high schools, Nathaniel Williams from Free Columbia, explores an application of the Philosophy of Freedom to issues facing us today including technology, human conflict, nationalism, and art. For more info check out www.nayouthsection.org/halifax and www.freecolumbia.org
The Story In Our Stars with Mary Stewart AdamsThe Anthroposopher add
Mary Stewart Adams, Star Lore Historian, offers us a look into the celestial events of 2019, including the transit of Mercury, a "hidden Easter," and a year of the quest. Tune in for her webinar March 6, 2019 by emailing email@example.com, and check out her radio show The StoryTeller's Night Sky at http://www.interlochenpublicradio.org/topic/storytellers-night-sky
Death, Life, And Poetry With Maureen Tolman FlanneryThe Anthroposopher add
Maureen Tolman Flannery, poet, anthroposopher, and threshold worker, shares some of her poems on life, death, and meaning, with a bonus poem after the episode called Death By Poetry, a funny sweet reminder to express your artistic self in this lifetime. This episode previews her sharing at our national conference the Sacred Gateway: Conscious Living, Conscious Dying, and the Journey Beyond, April 26, 27, 28 2019. www.anthroposophy.org/sacredgateway
Hazel Archer Ginsberg The Meaning Of The SeasonThe Anthroposopher add
Hazel Archer Ginsberg, of reverseritual.com, offers her thoughts on the meaning we can find in this season of darkness and light, from the concept of the Holy Nights to the archetypes of the shepherds and
Anne De Wild- The Fifth TemperamentThe Anthroposopher add
Anne de Wilde, a naturopathic doctor and biography practitioner, has been working with the concept of the fifth temperament- a temperament unique to each individual. In this episode we explore the helpful insights that understanding temperaments can offer us in our daily lives. (Which might be especially useful during the holiday season!)
The Spiritual Striving of Youth with Andrea De La CruzThe Anthroposopher add
Andrea De La Cruz has been engaged in research with the Youth Section at the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland. She's asked 40 youth from around the world, "What does the world look like in 2030 if what lives within you becomes reality?" Tune in for her observations on the questions and answers and her own growth during the research process.
Strength Through Meditation with Lisa RomeroThe Anthroposopher add
In this episode, we explore the necessity of inner work with Lisa Romero, long time contemplative practices teacher. By then end you will likely agree, we don't have time not to meditate any more! You can find more of Lisa's work at www.innerworkpath.com.
Connection, Disconnection, And The Unknown With Joan SleighThe Anthroposopher add
In this March 2018 interview with Joan Sleigh, Executive Council member at the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland, we discuss the fast pace of life, disconnection, and the courage to meet others in the unknown space between us.
Courage For The Future with Juan Bottero: International Youth Conference July 14-18The Anthroposopher add
The International Youth Conference at the Goetheanum, Becoming Human, is July 14-18. In this conversation with Juan Bottero, we discuss his path to anthroposophy which started at age 18, the meaningful connections we make at conference like these, and what you can expect to experience if you head to the Goetheanum for this summer conference. www.becominghuman2018.com
Every Human Moment with Nancy PoerThe Anthroposopher add
Nancy Poer has been living and studying anthroposophy for 60 years. Join us to hear her wit and wisdom about life, death, modern parenting, and the value of the human encounter.
Love Is Greater Than Loss With Linda BerghThe Anthroposopher add
In this conversation, Linda Bergh recounts the sacredness of the losses in her life, the power of love to prevail over grief, her "near life experiences."
Is anthroposophy funny? An interview with Ronald KoetzschThe Anthroposopher add
Is anthroposophy funny? In this interview with Ronald Koetzsch, we explore the importance of humor in our time--and of course we hear a few jokes.
The voice of Steiner: A conversation with Dale Brunsvold of Rudolf Steiner AudioThe Anthroposopher add
In this interview with Dale Brunsvold of Rudolf Steiner Audio, a free online resource with audio recordings of Rudolf Steiner's books and lectures, we explore Dale's path to anthroposophy and what it's like for him to be the "voice of Steiner" for the English speaking world. www.rudolfsteineraudio.com
Anthro what? The ASA is interviewed on a live radio show.The Anthroposopher add
Anthro what? The ASA is interviewed on a live radio show. by The Anthroposophical Society in America