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Threefoldness in Humans and Mammals

2-Volume Slip-cased set The result of over 50 years of research, Threefoldness in Humans and Mammals is the beautiful, authorized edition of Wolfgang Schad’s life’s work. In chapter after chapter of this monumental two-volume work, Schad demonstrates in detail how the dynamic concept of the threefold organism—first described by Rudolf Steiner a century ago—sheds new light on aspects of mammals, ...
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Form, Life, and Consciousness

“You take all of Nature together to shed light on individual details; in the totality of her phenomena, you seek to explain the individual. From simple levels of organization, you ascend to the more complex, ultimately assembling the most complex of all—the human being.” —Friedrich Schiller (in a letter to Goethe) Dr. Armin Husemann outlines—for doctors, therapists, students, and other ...
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A Waldorf Guide to Children's Health

When a child is sick, parents need clear and reliable information helping them to take action quickly. This fully comprehensive guide to child health and wellness draws on anthroposophic medicine, combining conventional treatments with complementary therapies.A Waldorf Guide to Child Health includes: ∞ First aid guidance for help in emergencies∞ Treatments to relieve common complaints such as ...
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The Child as a Sense Organ

The initial period of childhood is essentially about adapting to and incarnating on Earth and establishing a provisional balance between the “spiritual” and the “physical,” between the prenatal cosmic and the earthly factors. During this time, according to Rudolf Steiner, “all the forces of a child’s organization emanate from the neurosensory system. . . . By bringing respiration into harmony ...
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Sexuality, Inner Development, and Community Life

7 lectures, Dornach, September 10–16, 1915 (CW 253) Occasioned by a “scandal” precipitated by Rudolf Steiner’s marriage to Marie von Sivers in 1915, the lectures that constitute part one contain Steiner’s strongest statements on the issue of human relationships in a spiritual community. Using emphatic language Steiner makes it clear that becoming part of a spiritual community entails ...
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Speech - Invisible Creation in the Air

How the sounds of spoken language arise is ultimately still a mystery to researchers. Acoustic phonetics has analyzed sound phenomena, whereas articulatory phonetics determines the physiological formation of spoken language. Little is known about the air, however, the central element of speech both within and immediately outside the body as it relates to audible sounds. In 1924, Rudolf Steiner ...
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The Culture of Selflessness

People will have to exchange the spirit of mere thinking for the spirit of direct vision, of direct compassion and shared experience of the Christ who is spiritually alive and walks at the side of all human souls. “We must first become selfless. That is the task of culture today for the future. Humanity must become more and more selfless; therein lies the future of right moral life deeds, the ...
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Christ and the Disciples

Rudolf Steiner has said that we must learn to live with the etheric Christ in the Earth’s aura in the same way that the disciples once lived with Christ Jesus on the physical plane. To do this, it is essential to understand what took place between Christ and his disciples. In numerous lecture courses, Rudolf Steiner spoke about the inner community of the disciples, opening up perspectives that ...
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The Fundamental Social Law

Rudolf Steiner understood that human social, ethical, and moral development lagged far behind what had been achieved in knowledge, science, and technology; and that what human beings had achieved in these fields rested on what caused social and moral life to be untenable for so many, namely, the universal rule of egoism and self-interest. In 1905, a historic year of political and economic ...
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The Healing Process

11 lectures, Aug. 28, 1923–Aug. 29, 1924 (CW 319) “Rudolf Steiner’s model of a spiritualized medicine could hold the key for the next growth phase in Western medicine, if it is to survive, flourish, and become consistently and deeply therapeutic instead of merely palliative.”  Rudolf Steiner, a scientist by training, lectured and wrote, at different times on medical subjects and advised ...
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The Path of the Soul after Death

“We are separated from the spiritual worlds only by states of consciousness, not by spatial circumstances. States of consciousness are what separate us.” —Rudolf Steiner Rudolf Steiner saw relationships with the dead as the “religious attitude of the future” in the highest sense. Becoming comfortable with thinking and speaking of the dead as concretely as we speak of the living will profoundly ...
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Introducing Anthroposophical Medicine

20 lectures in Dornach, Switzerland, March 21– April 9, 1920 (CW 312) “Our task is to discover the real difference between those processes in the human organism that we call disease processes—which are basically quite normal, natural processes, even though specific causes must precipitate them—and the everyday processes that we call healthy. We must discover this radical distinction, but we ...
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Rudolf Steiner and the Fifth Gospel

Rudolf Steiner received The Fifth Gospel—unrecorded events from the so-called lost years of the life of Jesus, obtained by grace and by spiritual research into the akashic record—as a “sacred obligation” to which he experienced a deep sense of responsibility. However, he never finished the project of unveiling it. Had he done so, not only Anthroposophy but also Christianity would have received ...
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Rudolf Steiner as a Spiritual Teacher

“He listened extremely attentively, apparently not looking at me at all, but totally devoted to my words.” —Franz Kafka “The only love that you can show me is to call me anytime, day or night, when you need me.” —Rudolf Steiner (to Friedrich Rittelmeyer) For Peter Selg, if Anthroposophy to be a living reality, we must learn to know and love Rudolf Steiner as he appeared to those who knew and ...
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Freedom of Thought and Societal Forces

6 lectures in Ulm, Berlin, and Stuttgart, May 26–December 30, 1919 (CW 333) Freedom of Thought and Societal Forces offers a broad overview of Steiner’s fresh thinking on what he called the “threefold social order.” He acknowledged that the demand for social change derives above all from the working class, whom industrialization had forced into a kind of indentured life dominated by economics. ...
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