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Esoteric Lessons for the First Class of the School of Spiritual Science at the Goetheanum

A V A I L A B L E:  J A N U A R Y 2 0 2 1 4 Volume Set: 19 lessons; 7 recapitulation lessons;­­ 4 individual lessons, Dornach, Prague, Berne, London; February – September 1924 (CW 270) During the reestablishment of the Anthroposophical Society as the General Anthroposophical Society during Christmastime 1923–24, Rudolf Steiner also reconstituted, as the School of Spiritual Science, the ...
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The Christmas Conference

The laying of the Foundation Stone, lectures and addresses, discussion of the Statutes, Dornach, Dec. 24, 1923 – Jan. 1, 1924 (CW 260) “This anthroposophic movement is not an earthly service. This anthroposophic movement in its entirety, in all its details, is a service of the gods, a divine service.” —Rudolf Steiner During Christmastime 1923, one year after the fiery destruction of the first ...
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The Aims of Anthroposophy and the Purpose of the Goetheanum

11 lectures in various cities, April 9, 1923 – May 26, 1924 (CW 84) In his final lectures to the general public, Rudolf Steiner speaks with great clarity and purpose about the inner and outer need for the anthroposophical impulse in modern times. Following the fire that destroyed the first Goetheanum building in Dornach, Switzerland, Steiner had focused his efforts on rebuilding and ...
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True and False Paths of Spiritual Research

11 lectures in Torquay, England, August 11–22, 1924 (CW 243) “Bearing in mind we are dealing here with spiritual research and not just spiritual experiences in general, a ‘true’ path in this sense is one that leads to genuine and reliable results that advance our knowledge of the human being and the world. A ‘false’ path is one that uses methods that are inappropriate for the subject, or ...
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Rosicrucianism and Modern Initiation

10 lectures in Dornach, Switzerland, January 4–13 and April 19–22, 1924 (CW 233a) “Steiner has been able to clarify the historical reality behind the Rosicrucian story, with all its aura of glamor and fantasy. That effected, he points to the enormity of its vision for the future evolution of ideas” (Dr Andrew Welburn, from the introduction). In the immediate aftermath of the “Mystery act” ...
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Memory

What is the meaning of memory in the information age? When all knowledge is seemingly digitized and available for reference at any time, do we really need human memory? One consequence of the proliferation of the digital age is the deterioration of our capacity to remember—a symptom that is readily apparent in the steady increase of dementia in contemporary society.  Rudolf Steiner indicates ...
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The Imaginative Life Tableau

Many will be familiar with the notion that people, at the point of death, see their life “flash” before them. Rudolf Steiner describes how—when the spiritual bodies separate from the physical body—the etheric body one who is dying is revealed, giving a panoramic overview of one’s earthly life. This etheric body contains everything we have experienced in our consciousness and held in memory. The ...
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The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity

Written in 1894 (CW 4) While not Rudolf Steiner’s first book, The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity is the cornerstone of the thought-edifice of anthroposophically oriented spiritual science. And given the great variety of approaches to be found in its English translations (e.g., The Philosophy of Freedom and Intuitive Thinking as a Spiritual Path), Steiner’s contention that it would also endure ...
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Knowledge of the Higher Worlds

Written work originally published in 1904 (CW 10) “Readers who do not intend to follow the path mapped out here will nevertheless find much that is useful for their inner life: for example, pre­cepts for the conduct of life, indications clarify­ing this or that perplexing question, and so forth. And many people who, in the course of life-experience, have been through a great deal and have in ...
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A Path to Self-knowledge

Written in 1912 (CW 16) In A Path to Self-knowledge, eight meditations take the reader on a journey through human experience. Beginning with ordinary experience, Steiner offers ways to imagine and understand the physical body, the elemental (or etheric) body, the elemental world, the Guardian of the Threshold, the astral body, the “I”-body (or thought body), the nature of experience in ...
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Theosophy

Written in 1904 (CW 9) Theosophy is a key work for gaining a solid footing in spiritual reality as described by Rudolf Steiner. It is organized into four parts. First, Steiner builds a comprehensive understanding of human nature: physical bodily nature; soul qualities; spirit being, or “I”-being; and the higher spiritual aspects. This leads us to Steiner’s description of the human being as ...
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Interdisciplinary Astronomy

18 lectures, Stuttgart, January 1–18, 1921 (CW 323) “So you see, the most important thing to me has been to call forth within you an experience of the harmony between the human constitution and the structure of the cosmos. If you’ve really been following thus far, you can’t possibly regard this harmony as a sin against the spirit of science” (from lecture 16) What is the relationship between ...
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Initiative

1 lecture, Dornach, Switzerland, August 4, 1924 (CW 237) “Be a person of initiative, and take care that the hindrances of your own body or hindrances that otherwise confront you do not prevent you from finding the center of your being, where the source of your initiative lies. Likewise, you will find that all joy and sorrow, all happiness and pain, depend on finding or not finding your own ...
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Letters and Documents, 1901–1925

Correspondence and documents, 1901–1925 (CW 262) “I send you fondest thoughts on your birthday. On this day I will think a lot of all the beautiful things which were, and are contained in our work together, and which now always stand so beautifully before my inner eye when I describe them. Let me assure you that I write this description with love” (Rudolf Steiner to Marie Steiner). Containing ...
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Eurythmy as Visible Singing

8 lectures, Dornach, Feb. 19–27 1924 (CW 278) “The study of music is the study of the human being. The two are inseparable, and eurythmy is the art that brings this most clearly to expression. In these lectures, Rudolf Steiner guides us along a path toward an understanding of the human form as music comes to rest—the movements of eurythmy bringing this music back to life.” —Dorothea ...
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