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What Happens after We Die

Throughout life, we wonder: Is there life after this life? What would such a life be like? Do we enter a paradise? Do we encounter our deceased friends and loved ones? Our Western culture tries to avoid thoughts of aging and death, and the most simplistic explanations are often enough. But perhaps a detailed view of our life after this life can help us prepare for what is to come. Arie Boogert, ...
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What Happens before We Are Born

How is the condition of our mind affected by death? What realm do we enter when we die? In this book Arie Boogert extends much of what he expressed in his earlier work, What Happens after We Die. He maps out many facets of Rudolf Steiner's insights into the life that follows death, focusing especially on the period leading to a new birth. The author describes the experiences of the deceased, ...
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Approaching Death

“The idea of the transienceOf all earthly thingsIs a source of boundless sufferingAnd a source of boundless consolation.” —Maria von Ebner-Eschenbach (1830–1916) No two people are alike, and each death is individual and unique. This special book does not promote methodologies or theories but offers insights, information, and contemplations on the end of life. It supports the companions of those ...
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The Twelve Holy Nights

The twelve holy nights between Christmas and Epiphany on January 6th offer a wonderful time of year for spiritual meditation and deepening.  In the ancient Norwegian folk legend of Olaf Åsteson, in the darkness of winter he experienced an initiation into the great secrets of existence. His experience helped him shoulder responsibility for his task here on Earth, giving him renewed vision and ...
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Sources of Religious Worship

Different forms of religious worship and ritual have been present throughout the development of human beings, from early stone-age ritual, nature religion, and ancestor worship to faiths from which Christianity and the Eucharist emerged.  In this book, Bastiaan Baan traces the origins and metamorphosis of human religion in historical, theological, and humanistic terms, examining its ...
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Thinking outside the Brain Box

Is it our brain that produces consciousness? Many people, including most scientists, hold such a belief, based on a purely materialistic concept of the world. Such a worldview sees the brain as a kind of biological computer. However, modern research shows that our experiences—especially those during childhood and youth—shape the circuits of our brain and even stimulate the brain to grow. Thus, ...
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Sources of Christianity

The three apostles Peter, Paul and John are the most important starting point for understanding the beginnings of Christianity. Each brings a different background and language: Peter's Old Testament imagery, Paul's connection with Greek culture, and John's independent lyricism. This fascinating book paints a vivid picture of the three, exploring what they had in common as well as their ...
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The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz

The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz is one of the most important writings of esoteric Christianity, first published anonymously in German in 1616. It is an allegorical story divided into seven journeys about how Christian Rosenkreutz was invited to a castle to assist the “'chymical wedding” of the king and queen. “Chymical” is an old form of the word chemical,referring to alchemy, ...
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More than a Play of Fancy

The undisputed virtuosity of William Shakespeare’s theatrical works—and their perennial relationship to the experience of being human—assures their continued importance in the cultural life of the twenty-first century. However, Shakespeare is a subject of interest beyond the theater; his life and work remain among the foremost themes of literary and historical scholarship. Nonetheless, virtually ...
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Mani and Rudolf Steiner

“The profound thought that lies in this is that the kingdom of darkness has to be overcome by the kingdom of light; not by means of punishment, but through mildness; not by resisting evil, but by uniting with it in order to redeem evil as such. Because a part of the light enters evil, the evil itself is overcome.” —Rudolf Steiner (Nov. 11, 1904) For many centuries, the teaching of Mani was ...
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