December 2018 Newsletter

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ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Building Up an Understanding of Christmas:
    with an ancient hymn and a modern poem.  

    See piece about the Giotto fresco after the calendar.
  • An Invitation to Disperse:
    Letting art do its work in the world
  • Anthroposophy Working in the World:
    A continuation of our exploration of the School of Spiritual Science with educator Betty Staley
  • Calendar of the Soul
    translation by Stefan Schwabe
  • Newsletter Contacts
    and List of Members/Donors
  • Portland Branch Calendar
    and Ongoing Activities and Study Groups
  • Sponsors Page
    Thanks to our sponsors for supporting our work!  Please support them in return.

FLIERS IN THIS ISSUE

  • Art Hall Event, Phyllis Helland, Jan 17-Feb 8
  • Embryo DVD  The DVD set of Jaap van der Wal’s Portland workshop, The Embryo in Us, is now available!  

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November 2018 Newsletter

Read NewsletterDuty. Love. Gratitude. "What is duty? It is when one loves what one commands oneself" — Goethe.

ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE

  • Our Duty Toward the Dead: The importance of remembrance and gratitude for connecting with them Rudolf Steiner gave considerable attention to the importance of our continuing relationships with those we have known in life who have crossed the threshold. Each year on November 2 we come together as a community to explore this topic and remember the souls that each of us has known in life.
  • Herbert Hagens’ Calendar of the Soul at Michaelmas, a report by Lauren Johnson. “We must find a way to bring alive our own consciousness as the natural world around us falls into darkness…” Lauren even brings us some of the poetry that Herbert shared, and a lemniscate map of the verses.
  • The Calendar of the Soul Can Help to Remedy ‘Nature Deficit’ Adults experience this as well as children – and the Soul Calendar offers a grand way to combat this problem.
  • Poems:
    • Impressions of Anthroposophy in New Orleans, by Timothy Kennedy
    • The Dead Come to Us As the Wind, by Dr. Robert Kellum
  • Here and Now: Transforming Ourselves, Transforming Our World
    A report from the national agm by Rebecca Soloway
  • Calendar of the Soul
    translation by Stefan Schwabe
  • Meeting the Needs of All Children
    by Katherine Lehman
  • Artwork for All Souls
    February Night by Amanda Eastman
  • Newsletter Contacts and List of Members/Donors
  • Portland Branch Calendar and Ongoing Activities and Study Groups
  • Sponsors Page
    Thanks to our sponsors for supporting our work! Please support them in return.  

FLIERS IN THIS ISSUE

  • Calendar of the Soul in Relation to the Michaelmas Festival
  • All Souls, November 2
  • Christian Community, November 15-18
  • The Inner Work Path with Lisa Romero,
    Lecture November 20 and Workshop November 23-25
  • Hand to Mountain Pottery Show and Sale November 23

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October 2018 Newsletter

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  ARTICLES THIS ISSUE The Dead Are With Us Rudolf Steiner gave considerable attention to the importance of our continuing relationships with those we have known in life who have crossed the threshold.  Each year on November 2 we come together as a community to explore this topic and remember the souls that each of […]

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September 2018 Newsletter

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ARTICLES THIS ISSUE Michaelmas and Rudolf Steiner’s Calendar of the Soul by Herbert Hagens Save the Dates, 2018 (see “Current and Upcoming” sidebar at right) A Biographical Sketch of Sandra Burch National Society Annual Conference:  Here and Now, Transforming Ourselves, Transforming the World  What’s New at the Goetheanum? Rudolf Steiner Verses for This Season:  “For […]

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August, 2018 Portland Branch Calendar

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The Dreamer Temples he built and palaces of air, And, with the artist’s parent-pride aglow, His fancy saw his vague ideals grow Into creations marvelously fair; He set his foot upon Fame’s nether stair. But ah, his dream,—it had entranced him so He could not move. He could no farther go; But paused in joy […]

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July 2018 Newsletter

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In this issue: Transforming the Heart of Agriculture:  Soil; Justice; Regeneration.  Coming to Portland in November!!! Opportunity to Join a Regional Group which works with Rudolf Steiner’s Sketches for the Painter.  Contact Patricia Lynch at [email protected] Kim Stafford Poem, Atavistic Memory Save the Dates, 2018:  see “Current and Upcoming” sidebar at right. Calendar of the Soul translation by Stefan […]

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