RE: [steiner] 12 Holy Nights
- Nothing seemed to come of this. Is there a source that decribes clearly the study and/or meditations for each of the 12 Holy nights.Lee
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Subject: [steiner] 12 Holy Nights******* No one has responded to the idea of studying something together for the 12 Holy Nights, an anthroposophic tradition which has become an annual online event here. Last year's response and participation was also tepid. Isn't there any interest? It would be a shame to not put this communication medium to such a Michaelic use, but it's now only 2 days before the time to begin.
As those of you know who have been here in past years, there are lots of books and lectures by Steiner available online at the Rudolf Steiner E-Library, The difficulties involved in getting together physically for the 12 Holy Nights ----going to someone's home each night, everyone getting a copy of the book to study--- are no longer an obstacle here. Is no one interested enough to do something here, when it is so easy ?
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- I would love to investigate this subject - have been trying to find infro. on this for about a month now. Any ideas?
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- In a message dated 12/28/2005 10:45:16 AM Eastern Standard Time, AstroForum@... writes:
I would love to investigate this subject - have been trying to find infro. on this for about a month now. Any ideas?
******* Try Steiner's many lectures on the "Dream Song of Olaf Asteson."
- Have we made a decision on the study we might pursue if enough are interested? I suggested the St. John lectures which are good for novices. I've been studying for only five short years and would love to revisit them. ChantelAsk the wild bee what the druids knew. ~Old English Adage