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  • daniel bernard
    i don t remember the title, but i think is theosophia or try the human life. and i think the dynamis of scysophrinia but this one is not buy RS. ... Do you
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 3, 2003
      i don't remember the title, but i think is theosophia or try the human life. and i think the dynamis of scysophrinia but this one is not buy RS.


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    • lightsearcher1
      ... Maurice: 1.) One good place that comes to mind is in Anthroposophy: An Introduction 2. May I put in a plug here for one of Steiner s most complexly
      Message 2 of 4 , Nov 3, 2003
        --- Maurice McCarthy <Maurice.McCarthy@b...> wrote:
        > Anyone know where RS talks of the
        > preview panorama of what is to come in
        > one's life which happens shortly before birth?

        Maurice:

        1.) One good place that comes to mind
        is in "Anthroposophy: An Introduction"

        2. May I put in a plug here for one
        of Steiner's most complexly symphonic
        and majestic presentations on this
        general topic?

        It's the lectures called:

        The Inner Nature of Man and Life
        Between Death and a New Birth


        3.) Plug #2: The lecture cycle
        that I consider the "Elementary
        Anthroposophic Principles most
        elegantly and simply presented"
        is the cycle (out-of-print at
        the moment in English) called:

        "Man's Being, His Destiny, and
        World Evolution"

        I believe this is the BEST quick
        intro to Steiner, PERIOD, for the
        total novice that you don't want
        to scare away.

        LS/1


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        > Maurice
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      • Maurice McCarthy
        Many thanks I ll look them all up. Maurice. ... From: lightsearcher1 [mailto:lightsearcher1@yahoo.com] Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 04:41 AM To:
        Message 3 of 4 , Nov 3, 2003
          Many thanks I'll look them all up.

          Maurice.

          -----Original Message-----
          From: lightsearcher1 [mailto:lightsearcher1@...]
          Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 04:41 AM
          To: anthroposophy@yahoogroups.com
          Subject: [anthroposophy] Re: preview of life


          --- Maurice McCarthy <Maurice.McCarthy@b...> wrote:
          > Anyone know where RS talks of the
          > preview panorama of what is to come in
          > one's life which happens shortly before birth?

          Maurice:

          1.) One good place that comes to mind
          is in "Anthroposophy: An Introduction"

          2. May I put in a plug here for one
          of Steiner's most complexly symphonic
          and majestic presentations on this
          general topic?

          It's the lectures called:

          The Inner Nature of Man and Life
          Between Death and a New Birth


          3.) Plug #2: The lecture cycle
          that I consider the "Elementary
          Anthroposophic Principles most
          elegantly and simply presented"
          is the cycle (out-of-print at
          the moment in English) called:

          "Man's Being, His Destiny, and
          World Evolution"

          I believe this is the BEST quick
          intro to Steiner, PERIOD, for the
          total novice that you don't want
          to scare away.

          LS/1

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