Tags » Anthroposophy

Prosperity/ Labour/ Egotism

The well-being of a community of people working together will be the greater, where there is less egotism. To realize this, one is therefore dependent on finding people who are able to leave behind all selfishness. 124 more words

Anthroposophy

Anthroposophy and Education

Below is an article from New View Magazine, which (in its own words) is informed and inspired by Anthroposophy. Waldorf Schools have been in the media recently, so I thought I would post this article for your consideration. 116 more words

Religion

Anthroposophy and Autism

 

 

Below is an article from New View Magazine, which is (in their own words) informed and inspired by Anthroposophy. In the article it is claimed that there is “evidence” that people choose to have Autism, and have an enhanced sensitivity to all things spiritual. 161 more words

Religion

Fairy-tale fallout

Rudolf Steiner’s educational philosophy has come under scrutiny in a racism row at a New Zealand Steiner school.

The Steiner philosophy that on the surface appears to be a viable alternative to the state school system has a darker side. 120 more words

New Zealand

We must always bear in mind that we should not imagine men living on in the spiritual world as they last were, when here

We must always bear in mind that we should not imagine men living on in the spiritual world as they last were, when here. The trivial ideas that people hold, as, for instance, that those who die as children continue to live on as children, are naturally incorrect. 72 more words

Anthroposophy

About selfishness and early aging

Another interesting karmic relationship is between an habitually selfish attitude and a loving sympathy with others. Some people are hardened egoists — not only in their acquisitiveness — and others are unselfish and sympathetic. 97 more words

Anthroposophy

Working in an alternate reality

Would you work for a company that believed that the best way to help someone was to “think of them surrounded in a ball of light before you go to bed”, that to choose a style of non-medical therapy for a vulnerable adult you must consider their facial features, bowel movement frequency and the coarseness of their hair, that epileptic seizures were bought about by being close to a Wi-Fi router or were the result of a person’s soul “incarnating”? 1,955 more words

Personal Experience

Helen reblogged this on Stop Steiner in Stroud.