Re: [steiner] Looking for a study group
- I think this is a good idea. What cycle or lectures? My vote would be the Gospel of St John according to the Other Gospels by RS - one of finest gospel cycles ever given in my opinion.
In a message dated 11/28/00 3:05:19 AM, mrgnsms@... writes:
<< Dear list;
I am looking to participate in an ongoing study group.
I am a Waldorf high school teacher and although we are studying Festival
for Today (Carlo Pietzer) in our College and The Child, the Teacher and the
Community in our high school meetings, it just doesn't seem o be enough!!
I am not a member of the anthroposophy, rosicrucian or spiritual science group
just yet, only the steiner list but would like to join.
Hey, I have an idea: I'm currently organizing an intensive study group for
the 12 nights of Christmas---in case folks don't know, it's a time when the
spiritual world is close to us and so it's an anthroposophic tradition to
choose a book for intensive study over those 12 nights. Why don't we do one
online for it? Then you don't have to commit to going to someone's house
every night for 12 nights but if you miss a night you can catch up by reading
the e-mails. We could take any subject that people have really wanted to get
a grounding in.
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- I agree. This was the first Steiner book I read almost 30 years ago and made a lasting impression.
My vote would be the Gospel of St John according to the Other Gospels by RS - one of finest gospel cycles ever given in my opinion.
- mrgnsms@... writes:
<< I am reading Steiner's "Occult Science." (among others) Our teacher in
teacher training gave us his version of some of the concepts in the book
the training but we didn't actually study the book. It has much of what I
consider basic foundational concepts and so I feel that I must "fill in the
Are you in your Foundation Year? In California?