"5+7=12 Senses" by G. Childs
- "5+7=12 Senses" by G. Childs
Does anyone here have further details on this booklet, and how it
compares to not only some of Steiner's own lectures and writings on
the matter, but also its relationship to, e.g., Soesman's book on the
Given the title, I presume, perhaps incorrectly, that Childs's
book(let) is based on the third lecture in *Spiritual Science as a
Foundation for Social Forms* (GA199), in which a division is there
made between the five lowest senses (Touch, Life, Movement, Balance
and Smell) and the other seven, the latter of which are each, in
various ways, related to the 'higher' senses (as Steiner refers to
these faculties in some of his earlier work on the senses) of
Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition.
Looking forward to interesting discussions.