Creating Strength and Vision

Deepening Our Inner Resources In Service of  the Child

With Betty Staley

Friday, March 1, 7:30 pm & Saturday, March 2, 9am-4:30 pm
Cedarwood Waldorf School, 3030 SW 2nd Ave.

A weekend workshop exploring the opportunities, challenges, and dangers of developmental stage between 6th and 8th grade.

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January 2019 Newsletter

Giordano Bellini
The Baptism of Christ` 1502

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ARTICLES IN THIS ISSUE

    • Christmas and Epiphany:  Two Nativities, 13 Holy Nights,
      and Their Significance for Us in These Times
      Inspiration for our Holy Nights, Epiphany and beyond.
    • Calendar of the Soul
    • On the Wise Magi, the Great Masters: Commentary by Christopher Guilfoil, Excerpt from Rudolf Steiner and the Masters of Esoteric Christianity, by Sergei O. Prokofieff
    • The Mission of Rudolf Steiner an excerpt from a lecture by Dr. Ernst Katz; with the wonderful Steiner verse that Katz thinks sums up Steiner’s mission.  “I want with cosmic spirit to enthuse each human being…”
  • Creating Strength and Vision: Deepening our inner resources in service of the child, working with the three castles, by Betty Staley  Betty’s commentary on the topics she will be offering in Portland in March.
  • Diane Rowley’s Recipe for Nutmeg Flats, as requested by attendees at Lisa Romero’s workshop.
  • 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.
  • Save the Dates: Check the newsletter/calendar for more information and events.
    • March 1-2 Creating Strength and Vision: Deepening Our Inner Resources in Service of the Child with Betty Staley
    • April 5 & 6  Kaspar Hauser and the Struggle for the True Identity of Mankind, with Eckart Böhmer

FLIERS IN THIS ISSUE

  • Art Hall Event
    with Phyllis Helland, Jan 17-Feb 8
  • Pedagogical Eurythmy
    with Jolanda Frischknect, February 7
  • Creating Strength and Vision:
    Deepening Our Inner Resources in Service of the Child
    with Betty Staley March 1 & 2
  • An Overview of the Waldorf Curriculum
    with Nancy Thompson and Wade Cavin, March 14
  • Kaspar Hauser and the Struggle for the True Identity of Mankind
    with Eckart Böhmer, April 5 & 6

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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 […]

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November 2018 Newsletter

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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 […]

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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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