Welcome to –
... an online
self-study programme exploring
the relevance of Rudolf Steiner’s spiritual science, known
in our daily lives.
Here you will
find the online "Programme Presentations" that illustrate
and support a programme of 21
units supplied in five Ebooks,
with hyperlinks (series title: “The Spiritual Science of
Everyday Life”) available from Amazon and other platforms.
Print copies are also available. The next two pages
outline the aims of the programme and give a synopsis of
each unit. Elsewhere, you'll find other items of interest.
encouraged to use the "Conversation Forum" - a reminder
that no-one is working alone. Otherwise, emailed queries,
observations, etc., are always welcome and replies are
normally given by return.
You can join in at any time. All
contact information is, of course, kept entirely
confidential. Use the "Contact Us" page if you would like
focuses on the themes of memory and our personal
biography, thinking and observation, consciousness and
change and takes a phenomenological approach – what we
each perceive and experience in our own consciousness.
We each possess an everyday gift that can help us in
this exploration – the gift of loving remembrance. This
gift will help us explore lots of questions, for example:
• What’s the difference between thinking and thoughts?
• What’s the brain got to do with consciousness?•
Where does memory live?• What’s the significance of
your earliest memory?• What’s a toothache?• What’s
the difference between a sylph and a salamander?• Why
is adolescence both a joy and a pain?• Is there such a
thing as a mid-life crisis?
• Who do I trust?
• What is fear?• What is boredom?• Do pets have
memories?• Why can time sometimes fly by?• Why are
habits hard to break?• What is serendipity?• Is
memory connected to “de ja vu”?
• What is “tableaux memory”?• What is conscience?•
What is negative space?• What is the opposite of red?
• Does the brain think?• Who the devil are you?
We explore a lot of questions in this guide and they
all have something in common.They’re all about
you.To the modern mind, knowledge of an intimate
relationship between human beings, the earth and the
cosmos, and the spiritual influences weaving within them
can be regarded as suspect or simply as superstition. But
scepticism can be a useful ally in any exploration. So
long as it doesn’t fall prey to rigidity and cynicism it
can encourage dispassionate observation. Disciplined
observation, supported by studying the work of
clear-sighted – clairvoyant – individuals like Rudolf
Steiner, can provide a thoroughly objective experience of
reality.The time of the human being living and
learning as a mere spectator is drawing to a close. So
many people are realising in so many ways, “I am involved
in this”. If you want to be involved in this exploration,
you’ve found the right place.
Use the "Contact Us" page if
you would like further information.
“Do You Remember…who you are?”
biography and storytelling game
Helps you write your own
life story and family history
A genuine ‘reminiscence
therapy’ for the elderly
Entertains and brings
story-telling to life
A wonderful resource for
workshops and team building
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