Imagination oder Einbildung?

Was trennt uns von der geistigen Welt? Einzig und allein eine Gefühlswolke der Egoität, der «Eigenliebe», wie Rudolf Steiner das nennt, eine Hülle des «Selbstgefühls» um den Leib herum, wie Georg Kühlewind das bezeichnet.2 In der Meditation können wir diese Schicht vorübergehend verschwinden lassen …

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Interview with Arthur Zajonc

The Goetheanum conference that will take place in July 2017 is an example of the growing interest and openness to the work of meditation and Anthroposophy more generally. The conference will provide a way for many people to support and benefit each other in their meditation practice. I can understand the reluctance people have had to offer instruction in meditation.  None of us are initiates; none of us are Masters, so to speak. Yet many have been working at meditation for some years and have gained valuable experience. I feel the sharing of those experiences is an important part of becoming a spiritual community when done in the right way, with modesty.

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Interview with Ursula Flatters

«I feel that meditation gives more capacity for love, spiritual love and even self-knowledge, of course, which is not always so nice, but it is necessary. This is Anthroposophy to me, that you don't only meditate for your own development, but for other people's development.»

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Philosophy and Meditation

«Though meditation today is often presented as a way to better health and well-being, it also has a significant potential for interaction with philosophy. Rarely it is pointed out that the original aim of meditation was a deeper experience and knowledge of true reality.»

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Interview with Joan Sleigh

«it seems that more and more people, especially younger people, sense with growing awareness the presence of a potential aspect, mostly hidden in their being. There is more than what we see and experience of ourselves and each other, in a sense of the perceptible world.»

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Talk with Arthur Zajonc

Arthur Zajonc was interviewed by Krista Tippett on the radio show On Being.  In the interview he speaks about his life, physics, his work with the Mind and Life Institute and anthroposophic meditation.

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Interview with Tho Ha Vinh

«I really had this question, how can you combine a spiritual life with social engagement. There were very few opportunities to do that, but something that really impressed me with anthroposophy was that were both a spiritual path and also social engagement.»

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