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Medicine and Threefoldness By René de Monchy “Medicine must take the spiritual life seriously”, or “must sincerely engage with spiritual life”, would be an attempt to translate Rudolf...

Essay

One hundred years: In recognition of Rudolf Steiner’s Threefold Commonwealth By John Bloom One hundred years ago in 1917, amidst the disasters of World War I in Europe, Rudolf Steiner—an...

Reflections on 2018 Annual Conference

Widening or Deepening, a constant challenge Reflections on the Christchurch Conference A strong group from Motueka, made our way South to Christchurch for the Anthroposophical Conference in early...

An Update from Henry Harmer

Henry Harmer is currently training in Eurythmy in Germany As I prepare to enter my fourth and final year of training, I would like to share with you some of the experiences I've had during my...

Inviting the Emerging Social Future

A Reflection from Martin Large When Carolyn Hughes, chair of The Land Trust NZ, invited me to come on a surprise lecture tour, I felt privileged to visit such a mythical country. However, it was...

General Secretary Report November 2017

What we call the beginning is often the end And to make an end is to make a beginning. The end is where we start from. T.S. ELIOT Today was the final of a run of meetings at the Goetheanum for...

Plant Observations

PLANT STUDY GROUP During a weekend workshop held in Auckland in September last year a group of people explored the theme “Plant Morphology and Planets” in Eurythmy and Painting, led by Ellen...

Conference Speaker: Mike Paku

One of our main speakers for the conference is Mike Paku. On behalf of the Society Jess Soutar Barron sat with Mike recently and shared conversation about his early years at the Freezing Works,...

Learnings from the Helsinki conference

The Society is very lucky to have many dedicated correspondents. One such member is Temiko Jager. Recently Temiko attended a conference in Helsinki on the wellbeing of children and young people....