Intro to the books of Rudolf Steiner (with Iddo) – Weekly, Mon 10-12am (Start 9th Oct) – 5 sessions
Room: Library (The room is fully accessible)
Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) brought a unique body of work and practices into the world through his ability to connect directly with the realms of spirit. In his many books and lectures he tackled some of the most pressing issues of the future. He wrote and lectured on individual spiritual development, community building, medicine, education, agriculture and the arts. In this five-week study group, we’ll meet once a week for two hours to explore one of Rudolf Steiner’s five ‘basic’ books in which he laid the foundation for Spiritual Science. This initial encounter with a range of his books is intended to help you get a sense of the breadth and depth of Rudolf Steiner’s gifts to the world. Join this group to discover if and how you might connect with his work to further your own spiritual journey.
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Please get in touch if suggested tiers are not accessible – Free/donation places available upon request
Email iddo: firstname.lastname@example.org
These sessions will be facilitated by Dr Iddo Oberski. Iddo is a retired adult educator who has published widely on educational topics in both academic and professional journals. He qualified as a Steiner-Waldorf teacher in 2017 and often facilitates study groups of Rudolf Steiner’s work. Iddo is an artist and active member of the Anthroposophical Society and the Authentic Artist Collective.
Comments from previous participants:
“An illuminating experience and expansion of heart and mind!” (anonymous)
“Studying Rudolf Steiner’s writings with Iddo created a deep dive into my awareness and understanding of consciousness, self and why we are here” (A.Sommerville)
“Each session I left feeling inspired and refreshed as well as motivated to apply some of the learning in my day” (F.Benvenuti)
To book a place for this event click HERE (Eventbrite tickets)