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Anthroposophic Nursing Practice

Anthroposophic nursing care goes beyond the communicative approach of soft skills. Nurses form a bridge between treatment of the body and treatment of the patient’s soul and spirit by actively valuing the human body, paying attention to touch, using warmth, cold, air, and light to promote healing processes, and much more. Although physical wellbeing, autonomy, and youthfulness are central to our ...
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What Is Anthroposophic Medicine?

In this concise summary and introduction, Dr. Michaela Glöckler presents the therapeutic spectrum of anthroposophic medicine—its scientific basis, diagnostic methods, and potential for practice. She also offers numerous practical examples of its application and suggestions for treating patients at home.  Anthroposophic medicine is an integrative system of medicine that combines scientific ...
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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 Warmth Meditation

“Then he gave her the Warmth Meditation and said that she was allowed to give it to all future participants. He wanted to give it to Dr. Wegman himself. It is a chain-meditation, not a circle-meditation. Then he described it as the way for medical practitioners to behold the etheric Christ.” — Madeleine van Deventer Rudolf Steiner wrote the text of the “Warmth Meditation” on two sheets of A4 ...
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Dementia

Dementia, a broad category of brain diseases including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, affects millions of people worldwide. Although its impact is primarily focused on populations of Western countries, orthodox medicine has not been able to discover the causes of dementia, let alone develop successful treatments or a cure. Given this situation, there are good reasons to investigate the ...
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Medicine at the Threshold of a New Consciousness

Despite dramatic advances in recent decades, medicine—like many other scientific disciplines—is prone to materialistic tendencies, viewing human beings as little more than biological machines that can be manipulated with “interventions” and drugs. In this collection of challenging lectures, Dr. Glöckler asks if a new science of healing can be developed today—one that allows for realities of soul ...
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I Am for Going Ahead

Ita Wegman is not only an inspiring genius of Anthroposophy, but she is also a healing genius of anthroposophic medicine. Perseverance, courage, greatness mark her being (Emanuel Zeylmans van Emmichoven).  With great empathy, delicacy, and directness, Peter Selg recounts, in three lectures, the moving story of Ita Wegman and her relationship with Rudolf Steiner in the context of the development ...
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Being Human

What does it mean to be human? Human development unfolds in a twofold way. On the one hand, there is an ever-more profound incarnation, or “inhabitation,” of the physical body. On the other hand, there is the increasing discrimination of the individual objects of the world. Difficulties and obstacles along this path can lead to so-called disabilities. König’s approach to curative education ...
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Therapeutic Eurythmy for Children

Therapeutic Eurythmy for Children is a collection of exercises gathered by Anne-Maidlin Vogel from 1968 until 1998. Many arose from lectures the author attended, given by experienced therapeutic eurythmists—especially Trude Thetter and Ilse Rolofs, as well as medical doctors and colleagues. Much of the material she used in her own therapy lessons with patients, with some of the exercises created ...
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Education as Preventive Medicine

A great reference book on how the teacher and the doctor can work together to foster good health from birth through the teen years. The contributions to this book are from school physicians, who point in the direction suggested by Rudolf Steiner, while modern research into salutogenesis and resilience has provided validation and corroboration for those ideas. Salutogenesis means "inquiry into ...
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A Healing Education

Dr. Michaela Glöckler begins by focusing on the “pedagogical law” as suggested by Rudolf Steiner in his lecture course Education for Special Needs. She illumines the comprehensiveness of that law—the insight it offers into the functions of our fourfold human nature and the karmic effects of our fourfold activity from one life to another. She then takes us on a path that starts with the physical ...
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