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The Golden Blade 2003 Stillness in the Storm

The Golden Blade 2003 Stillness in the Storm

The Golden Blade 2003
Stillness in the Storm

Edited by William Forward, Simon Blaxland-de Lange, Warren Ashe
and Jan Swann

Anthroposophy grew out of interaction between Rudolf Steiner and his contemporaries who posed him questions or problems. The plant that grew from this formed three branches: the art and science of individual self-development through thought and meditation; descriptive cosmology and psychology; and practical applications in fields such as art, medicine, agriculture and education. This issue of The Golden Blade is devoted to the first of these, which is essential to any claims that anthroposophy may make to being spiritual science.

Contents 
Life and Death by Rudolf Steiner
Meditation by Karla Kiniger
Self-Discipline, a Prerequisite for the Practice of Meditation by Baruch Urieli
Prayer by Adam Bittleston
Meditation and Some of its Practical Results by Ron Jarman
The Eightfold Path by Avishay Gershony
Reflections of an Artist by John Salter
Sustaining Purpose and Progress by Steve Briault
Work as a Spiritual Path by Shirley Routledge
Meditative Practice in Counselling by Tessa Lovemore
The Inner Work of a Biodynamic Farmer Today by Richard Smith
Jonael Schickler by Nicholas Green

Conservation, Causality and Chaos by Harlan Gilbert

136 pages.
21 x 14 cms.
Paperback.

Product Code: TGB 2003
Weight 240.00 gm
 
Price: £8.00
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