Meditation is at the heart of Anthroposophy. However, meditation has many meanings, and Rudolf Steiner spoke of it both implicitly and explicitly in many different ways. He also prayed and often emphasized the prayerful aspect of meditation. Yet he always stressed that Anthroposophy is not a theory or a private practice but a means of living life fully and humanly in the service of the spiritual world and the continuing evolution of the cosmos, humanity, and the Earth.
For Rudolf Steiner, Anthroposophy and meditation are intended as a living path to a fuller and more meaningful life, both for oneself and for the human community as a whole. But what is meditation? How is it related to the way we live daily in our thinking, sensing, feeling, and willing? How does it relate to creativity, art, science, and philosophy? How does it serve our human and earthly future? What is its divine cosmic function?
- Gertrude Hughes
- Jon McAlice
- Christopher Bamford
- Robert Sardello
- Jane Hipolito
- Marie-Laure Valandro
They will explore questions about meditation and what it means to live an anthroposophic spiritual life.
- Rachel Ross, eurythmist
- Diane Ingraham Barnes, musician
- Anthony Nordoff, painter.