Rép. : R: [anthroposophy] Re:Foundation and experience
- Hi Andrea,
Is there an alternative site that I could go myself to, for the one you provided my browser doesn't want there to take me to,
though I want to make it there to go myself...
A one that would start with 'www' or 'http'
Thank you! :)
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De : "VALENTINA BRUNETTI"<okcgbr@...>
Dear L. and all
you may find a good issue about the topic of the foundation in Spiritual
Science's path on the following.
visiting the English language section in which the basic you are discussing
are somewhat developed.
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From: luciferius2002 <luciferius2002@...>
Sent: Friday, May 24, 2002 10:06 PM
Subject: [anthroposophy] Re:Foundation and experience
> Hi Danny!
> Sorry for calling you fou. I didn't do it out of some french esprit
> (unfortunately) - just typing error (unfortunately).
> About your detailed answer in the last post:
> To me it sounds like the content of at least a dozen books by Dr
> Steiner. All talking about the goal, not the foundation. Frech esprit
> again? :-) I would like to back again to basic questions that arises
> in the majority of every thinking individual today - and should arise
> in Steiner "drilled" minority as well.
> To me, a foundation should give me a firm point to start from. This
> point must be clear to me and experienced by me. To merely "believe"
> in for instance Truth, Beauty and Good wont do it. The ones who have
> reached such a firm point should tell us how THEY have done it and if
> it is in their power, show the steps from here to there.
> I think that I could learn better how to dance from a dancing student
> than from a teacher who already does pirouettes all the time and has
> her/his focus on "higher" stages.
> If I am not able to build a bridge in these matters, that makes it
> possible to talk about it with the next person on a bus I am sitting
> on, than maybe I myself have only an abstract or believing
> relationship to this matter.
> I would be advertising fruits wich I only have heard about. The
> market wont accept that today.
> Danny:> World Redemption what do you think?
> I think, show me a firm point, let me experience it and I will help
> with the redemptation.
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