Sull Incarnazione Di Arimane

Author: Rudolf Steiner
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Oltre Il Bianco E Il Nero La Chiave Della Rinascita E Dell Illuminazione Dall Ipnosi Al Simbolismo Antico E Moderno

Author: Remy C.Burn
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ISBN: 889263089X
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OLTRE IL BIANCO E IL NERO indaga la natura umana, facendoci comprendere come siamo fatti e perché cadiamo costantemente in trance ipnotica senza esserne consapevoli. I mass-media sembrano particolarmente interessati ad utilizzare questo sonno verticale per inseminare il nostro inconscio di simboli, sfruttandone quel potere archetipico capace di spingere all'azione. Al lettore verrà mostrato ciò che l'autore ha scoperto riguardo la generazione di simboli collegati a prodotti di largo consumo e a loghi corporativi, nonché le differenti modalità secondo le quali un simbolo influenza l'uomo in un modo piuttosto che in un altro. Potremo conoscere noi stessi, entrare nella nostra zona d'ombra, affrontare la questione del libero arbitrio e molto altro. OLTRE IL BIANCO E IL NERO indaga il significato nascosto delle lettere e con coraggio si addentra nell'analisi della nascita dell'Occhio Onniveggente e del cosiddetto "numero della bestia", al quale è stato dedicato un intero paragrafo. OLTRE IL BIANCO E IL NERO vi consegnerà una "chiave" per osservare la realtà in un modo diverso. Sappiate farne buon uso, poiché niente potrebbe essere come prima!

From Jesus To Christ

Author: Rudolf Steiner
Editor: Rudolf Steiner Press
ISBN: 9781855841956
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Once experienced intuitively by early gnostic thinkers, knowledge of the cosmic significance of Christ and his mission has faded over the centuries. As theologians and historians of the Church critically scrutinized the Gospel records, their focus shifted from Christ to the human figure of Jesus of Nazareth. Today, many are beginning a new search for an understanding of the life, death and resurrection of Christ and its meaning for their lives. In these enlightening lectures, Rudolf Steiner shows how 'the Mystery of Golgotha' can be seen as the pivotal event of human history. The Gospels themselves, he says, are 'initiation documents' that can guide us on a path of spiritual development. Steiner demonstrates how manifold spiritual entities are involved in the events of Palestine which took place 2,000 years ago, and explains problematic aspects of Christian theology such as the resurrection of the physical body. His emphasis throughout is on highlighting the esoteric path to Christ, and he encourages us to awaken to the new revelation manifesting in our time: Christ as the 'Lord of Karma'. This edition contains the public talk given prior to the beginning of the course.

Anthroposophical Leading Thoughts

Author: Rudolf Steiner
Editor: Rudolf Steiner Press
ISBN: 9781855840966
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This volume contains Rudolf Steiner''s leadin g thoughts and letters written for the Anthroposophical Soci ety. In brief paragraphs they succinctly present Steiner''s s cience of the spirit '

Palmistry For All

Author: William John Warner
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ISBN: 9781537194523
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Everyone knows that "the face can wear a mask," that a person may be a good actor and put on a certain expression that may deceive even the best judgment.But hands cannot change as the result of a mere effort to please; the character they express is the real nature of the individual-the true character that has been formed by heredity or that has grown up with the person by long years of habit.(images available at Project Gutenberg) Show Excerpt them to the readers of the American Edition of Palmistry for All. CHEIRO. LONDON. INTRODUCTION It was on July 21, 1894, that I had the honour of meeting Lord Kitchener and getting the autographed impression of his right hand, which I now publish for the first time as frontispiece to this volume. The day I had this interview, Lord Kitchener, or, as he was then, Major-General Kitchener, was at the War Office, and to take this impression had to use the paper on his table, and, strangely enough, the imprint of the War Office may be seen at the top of the second finger--in itself perhaps a premonition that he would one day be the controlling force of that great department. Lord Kitchener was at that moment Sirdar of the Egyptian Army. He had returned to England to tender his resignation on account of some hostile criticism about "the Abbas affair," and so I took the opportunity of his being in England to ask him to allow me to add his hand to my collection, which ev

A Lecture On Eurythmy

Author: Rudolf Steiner
Editor: Rudolf Steiner Press
ISBN: 9780854401895
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An important introductory lecture on the new art of eurythmy given prior to a performance during a conference in Wales.

The Dawn And Twilight Of Zoroastrianism

Author: Robert Charles Zaehner
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ISBN: 9781258126353
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The Renewal Of Education

Author: Rudolf Steiner
Editor: SteinerBooks
ISBN: 9780880104555
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Following a lecture of November 27, 1919, requested by the Basel Department of Education, sixty members of the audience invited Rudolf Steiner to return and deliver a complete lecture course on his approach to education. These lectures are the result. Rudolf Steiner begins by outlining the gradual development of the child with the help of spiritual forces and enlightened educational practices, which form the basis for Steiner's approach to education. He describes the problems that modern educators face and provides practical solutions. Steiner explains the effects of morality on real freedom and how the development of a child's will leads to a free, flexible ability to think. He describes the lifelong effects that teachers have on children through the ways they teach in the early grades. The subjects of these lectures cover a broad range, from the threefold nature of the human being to the teacher's responsibility toward their students' future; from arts such as music and eurythmy to the problems involved in training teachers; from zoology and botany to language, geography, and history. Like many of Steiner's lectures to public audiences, these are accessible and practical and provide a real overview to his ideas for renewing modern education.