You are invited to a fortnightly reading group, studying Rudolf Steiner’s book “Theosophy”.
It starts Monday 13th March 2023
Time : 14:00 – 15.30pm in the Art Room of the Salisbury Centre
Frequency: the group will continue every other week for as long as it takes to finish the book!
Attendance is welcome at any point, no previous experience needed
About the event/book
Theosophy is one of Steiner’s ‘basic books’, setting out the nature of the human being from the perspective of spiritual science.
It is one of his more accessible books and no prior knowledge of Steiner’s work is required to join.
The aim is to engage with the ideas in the book through an exploration of our own experiences.
We will jointly read the text and then discuss, comment, and question with the aim to further our understanding.
The sessions are open to anyone. They last 90 min and are facilitated by Dr Iddo Oberski.
To join, please register by emailing Iddo at firstname.lastname@example.org. (Drop-in might be possible but please email to check)
The sessions are free but donations to the Salisbury Centre are welcome. Suggested donation per session £3-£10 (nobody will be turned away for lack of funds)
To Donate please bring cash on the day or donate via www.salisburycentre.org/donate (And use “STAINER” as reference when submitting).
About the facilitator
Iddo is a retired senior university lecturer who has published research on Steiner education and run many reading groups.