- But dear Harvey, why blame the Vorstand? Why? In my conference they
allowed each group and encouraged people from all branches to
participate in their own Conversations about what they were doing. It
was a beautiful thing. I found the teachings a blessing and did not
take them as an 'authorative' speech, rather as one who has something
to share with others. I so enjoyed them.
I found them to be examplary of what I consider Dr. Steiner's
teachings. I found them to be such normal people with a great love
and a great sense of responsibility to the work of Dr. Steiner. And
just as the members of my Woman's Club, I find the Vorstand awake to
the changes about. And no, they are not going to be Joel's changes
and if they were then it would not be a group that I would
participate in. These changes coming about have been foreseen by
them I believe. It is the timing that is right and for those of you
that have been around a long time and kept hoping for change, I say
it is upon you.
> Steve,to-Kill Corpse of Anthroposh,
> Having grown tired of solemnly and reverently viewing the Dressed-
> you've become, like many others, another exiled Dalai Lama, andwill take your aspirations for the
> redemption of the human race to foreign lands, seeking there anoble voice.
>the rolling foothills
> Underneath the enchanting conferences and the Swiss real estate,
> the frequent flyer miles, the dark, rich, well amplifiedmicrophones at podiums of power, beneath the veneer,
> Michael and the Michael School is watching expectantly, to seewhether Anthroposophy as a Deed shall triumph over Anthroposophy as a
>will be judged worthy of support, or disconnected from Esoteric
> Little does Dornach suspect that even as we speak, the Movement
Illumination, and failing to become a voice of change, be
disinherited of Steiner's Legacy, and find other populations in which
to thrive and carry forth transformative work.
>omission, for failure to take teaching down into doing.
> It is good to know of such karmic consequences for errors of
> warm regards,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Terence <lionheart@p...>
> Sent: Sep 2, 2005 9:11 AM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Re: Continuity
> --- In email@example.com, "Stephen Clarke"
> wrote:of "what
> > Dear Dottie:
> > Fair enough, Dottie. I will tell you why all this rehashing
> > went wrong" and "who did what when" and all that is so veryimportant.
> > Now I have made the evaluation both that I have been occultly
> > from the Society and that the Society is outwardly dead. But mythe
> > commitment has simply gone deeper, into a broader connection with
> > Movement. Brad calls it the Michael School. Whatever. I stillhave
> > my commitment to Rudolf Steiner and those connections allow me tothe
> > weigh in on these issues from a differnt perspective that some of
> > others here might have.
> > Does that explain?
> > Stephen
> Thank you!
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- Okay, I shall check on it. This book has some serious
issues in it as for example the chapter noted as being
Chapter 8 has the inside pages noted as Chapter 7. And
I think its going to have to go into reprint as it is
one that speaks directly to this understanding of the
Being Anthroposophia in the community and the
importance of continuing forward as a Society that has
> dottie zold wrote:
> > Frank:
> >>Dottie and others have recently mentioned the book
> >>"Isis Mary Sophia". I
> >>was looking this over and found what I think may
> >>serious erroneous
> >>translations in the last entry: "A Christmas
> >>The Mystery of the
> >>Logos". On the first page: "...the unfolding of
> >>intellectual or mind
> >>soul..." 'intellectual' is ok for 'Verstand', but
> >>think that Gemüt
> >>should not be translated as "mind", although it
> >>often is. The problem is
> >>that there is no adequate translation for the
> >>I think, however,
> >>that Steiner didn't mean that Verstand and Gemüt
> >>synonymous, but
> >>rather that they are two parallel paths of
> >>development - one being
> >>intellectual or reasoning, the other being through
> >>heart, emotion or
> >>soul (Gemüt). I don't recall whether Bernard
> >>Lievegoed wrote it or I
> >>heard him say it, but he used the example of a
> >>kindergarten teacher (or
> >>assistant)who perhaps wouldn't understand
> >>of Freedom or isn't
> >>interested in it, but nevertheless intuits
> >>sufficiently to pass through
> >>the intellectual/Gemüt phase onward to
> >>soul development. I
> >>think this is appropriate for this list because of
> >>accusations that
> >>certain members are stuck in the sentient soul
> >>stage. Also in the same
> >>chapter the translator uses "spiritual soul"
> >>of "consciousness
> >>soul" for some reason.
> > Dear Frank, can we speak to the editors of the
> > publishing company about this issue you bring up?
> > think it is really important to the integrity of
> > Steiner's work.
> I don't think there's much point in that, first
> because I haven't come
> up with a suitable translation for "Gemüt, and
> secondly because they
> couldn't do anything about it anyway until a new
> edition came out, which
> is probably unlikely - and third, I don't have the
> tme right now.
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