Re: [steiner] the nightly review or the "ruekshau"
- You're so very welcome, Chantel, and I'm very glad you've found an
answer. From what little I understand, it seems to me the "backward
review" predates what we might call history, having been at one time,
so to say, a "natural" component of mankind's inherent thought process.
And you're right that Steiner did indeed mention it ["Inner Nature of
Man and the Life Between Death and Rebirth"] and I was really very slow
in making the proper connection, let alone its enormous importance.
BTW, I like your signature very much! :)
--Those who cannot hear the music think that the dancer is mad.
On Feb 6, 2005, at 10:33 AM, Cheeseandsalsa@... wrote:
Thanks Sheila, I was just wanting some more information on it. I
thought maybe Steiner had mentioned it in some lecture and what not. I
am done with my assignment now anyway. I had enough to go on. In
"Start Now" there is a section on it. From what I remember it was a
Rosicrucian practice. The backward review, reverse order exercise. It
is another exercise to supplement the basic six exercises. Thank you
for always being so helpful. L&L, Chantel
To be alone without the gods~that is death. ~Holderlin