Zsuzsa Bistey is a clinical psychologist who was born in Hungary. At the age of 21 she went to live in southern Africa where she studied social-psychology, philosophy and cultural anthropology before moving into the US. In San Diego she met another Hungarian who later became her husband; they worked together in a non-profit rehabilitation hospital using soul-spiritual healing approaches.
After the birth of their two children, Zsuzsa stayed at their farm and continued her spiritual healing practice there.
In 1991 the family returned to Hungary to found a little community in a pristine, natural environment close to the western border of Hungary, less than 100km from the birthplace of Rudolf Steiner.
Twenty-seven years on it’s become obvious that the world is at a turning point: natural cataclysms, social changes are evident everywhere. To accommodate the spiritual needs of the modern world Zsuzsa gives lectures all around Hungary to people who have already heard of anthroposophy and to those who feel the call of the spirit but haven’t yet found the legacy of Rudolf Steiner.
Zsuzsa is a frequent visitor in a Camphill community in Scotland and contributes to their spiritual journey as well. Her deep experience has led her to write books on anthroposophy, Michael, history, illnesses from a spiritual perspective.