July 2017 Newsletter

Newsletter

In this issue: The Lord’s Prayer, Part Five:  Rudolf Steiner’s Esoteric Lord’s Prayer   This prayer is so much more than a translation, it could perhaps could be described as an expansion of the original prayer and its meaning, and is deeply affecting.  Rudolf Steiner gave his version of the Lord’s Prayer to a small group […]

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June 2017 Newsletter

Newsletter

In this issue: The Lord’s Prayer, Part Four:  The Gothic translation by Wulfila  Why might we be interested in contemplating this fourth century translation?  Dr. Steiner tells us that in the souls of the Goths at that time “…there emerges an element of lofty, archaic spirituality… Something that is pregnant with inner life echoes down […]

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May 2017 Newsletter

Newsletter

In this issue: The Lord’s Prayer, Part Three:  As the Young Jesus Develops, Evolution of the Cosmic Prayer Begins “…And then the god’s mission on earth struck him: I am not here to tell men how the gods brought the spirit down to earth, but how mankind can find the way from the earth up […]

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April 2017 Newsletter

Newsletter

In this issue: Festivals and the Mysteries: The Adonis Mystery – the Easter Thought, Rudolf Steiner April 19, 1924 We may be surprised to learn that Easter was originally observed in the Autumn, and to discover what it was that changed in humanity that necessitated it becoming  Springtime experience.  We will explore together at our […]

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March 2017 Newsletter

Newsletter

In this issue: Community Wish List Developed at Annual Meeting Following a satisfying potluck, a spacial dynamics session, and claywork the community discussed what kinds of Branch activities would support their striving. Regional Sketch Group Exhibition and Talk This unusual exhibit, displaying regional artists’ sketches and research, was the first of its kind for the […]

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February 2017 Newsletter

Newsletter

In this issue: The Lord’s Prayer, Part 1 Rudolf Steiner tells us that The Lord’s Prayer is the greatest of all prayers, drawn out of the deepest wisdom.  This series will attempt to deepen our understanding, and perhaps for some, renew interest in working with this prayer. Anthroposophy & Science, a book review by Branko […]

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