Re: [anthroposophy] Books to start studying Steiner
- hj@... writes:
>Thank you so much Dr. Starman for your email on the various books and for*******Some of us economics (and polisci) teachers know a lot...
>the background on Steiner. I was particularly interested in learning how
>you discovered anthroposophy as a young man as I find stories of people's
>"awakenings" really interesting. So if anyone else on the list wants to
>share their story with me (via the this list or privately) then please
>For me it started when I was 17 and sitting in a classroom feeling quite
>bored and weighed down with the years of school that I already had to
>endure. I was definitely not going to do College as I wanted to escape
>the school environment. I remember looking out the window into the sky and
>wondering "what is it all about" and asking for some explanation to be
>given to me.
>Then through a set of very strange circumstances over the following week,
>I met a teacher within my school and discovered how incredibly spirtual and
>"connected" he was and he was able to receive information from higher
>levels of spirit and started to teach me after school about various things
>such as reincarnation, healing with colour, meditation etc. One thing
>I also learned during that period of my life is that people aren't always
>what they appear to be at first glance. The teacher I spoke about was
>someone who specialised in teaching Economics and yet he was the most
>spiritual and knowledgeable person I have ever met in my life.
and as a fellow I know once said, "There's more to EVERYONE than meets the