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CYCLE OF THE SEASONS AND THE SEVEN LIBERAL ARTS

• Sergei 0. Prokofieff

Prokofieff provides ideas for establishing a connection between the various arts, the cycle of the seasons and the festivals.

CYCLE OF THE YEAR AS A PATH OF INITIATION, THE
LEADING TO AN EXPERIENCE OF THE CHRIST BEING
An Esoteric Study

• Sergei O. Prokofieff

In ancient times humanity possessed an innate knowledge of the spiritual foundations of existence. Such knowledge could be acquired through inwardly accompanying the cycle of the year and its connected great seasonal festivals. But this instinctive knowledge had to be lost in order for human beings to discover individual freedom. In our time, as Sergei O. Prokofieff demonstrates in this comprehensive work, "... this knowledge must be found anew through the free, light-filled consciousness of the fully developed human personality".

DEMENTIA
Anthroposophical Perspectives

• Judith von Halle • Translated by Frank Thomas Smith

‘Those involved with this illness professionally or as a relative can learn much from this study, which motivates them to a deepening of anthroposophy. They will also be inspired by how the author brings the illness into the realm of the living impulse of Christ.’ – Michaela Glöckler

DEMONS AND HEALING
The Reality of the Demonic Threat and the Doppelgänger in the Light of Anthroposophy
Demonology, Christology and Medicine

• Are Thoresen

Genius is a rare commodity that few of us attain. I see the colour-magic painted by Van Gogh, hear the music-magic of Beethoven, imagine touching the exquisite bronze of Rodin’s Thinker. I revere their work but know that I can never create such beauty. So it is with Are’s psychic skills.’ – Phil Rogers, MRCVS, Dublin

DESCENT INTO THE DEPTHS OF THE EARTH
on the Anthroposophic Path of Schooling

• Judith von Halle • translated by Matthew Barton

'The contents of this volume have arisen from my own spiritual experience, and do not represent any kind of hypothesis or speculation, except where I expressly say that I am unable to make any definitive statement about a particular event or set of circumstances...' - Judith von Halle

DEVELOPING BIODYNAMIC AGRICULTURE
Reflections on Early Research

• Adalbert Count Keyserlingk

Genetic manipulation, industrial methods of agricultural production and disregard for natural laws have all led in recent times to growing public concern about the safety of food. As a result, there is a corresponding growth of interest in organic methods of farming. Biodynamic agriculture, founded by Rudolf Steiner in the 1920s, is a further development of the organic approach, using special preparations - which work in harmony with cosmic and earthly forces - to enrich the soil and enliven food.

EAST IN THE LIGHT OF THE WEST, PARTS 1 - 3, THE
Part 1: The Teachings of Agni Yoga in the Light of Christian Esotericism
Part 2: The Teachings of Alice Bailey in the Light of Christian Esotericism
Part 3: The Birth of Christian Esotericism in the Twentieth Century and the Occult Powers that Oppose it

• Sergei O. Prokofieff

This major work comprises a comprehensive study of Eastern and Western esoteric streams and the occult powers that stand behind them. In Part 1 Prokofieff discusses the spiritual movement of Agni Yoga, presented to the world by Helena Roerich and her husband, the painter Nicholas Roerich. Part 2 focuses on the teachings developed by Alice Bailey, whilst Part 3 considers the relationship between Eastern and Western spiritual masters and the occult streams they represent.

EDUCATING THE SOUL
On the Esoteric in Shakespeare

• Josie Alwyn • Brien Masters

‘The power of Shakespeare lies in his evidently conscious knowledge, skill and understanding of how to work with the alchemical potential in the human soul in the crafting of his plays. Each play is made as an exquisitely unique transformative device for the education of the soul.’

EIGHTFOLD PATH, THE
A Way of Development for those Working in Education, Therapy and the Caring Professions

• Joop van Dam

Centuries before the birth of Christ, Buddha taught a path of love, compassion and forgiveness originating from his experiences of suffering in the world. The cause of suffering, he believed, lay within the soul, which had become self-centred and egotistic. Buddha inaugurated the Eightfold Path for purification and transformation – eight exercises which could lead to a new relationship with the world, from self-centredness to a warm interest in one’s environment and in other people. The exercises, described and explained here in their correct sequence – with each preparing the individual for the next step – are: the right view, the right resolve, the right word, the right action, the right standpoint, the right effort, the right remembrance and the right contemplation.

ENCOUNTER WITH EVIL AND ITS OVERCOMING THROUGH SPIRITUAL SCIENCE
With Essays on The Foundation Stone

• Sergei 0. Prokofieff

In our everyday lives, we are constantly challenged by the phenomenon of evil in all its many manifestations. But how can we cope with this seemingly eternal hindrance?

ESOTERIC SIGNIFICANCE OF SPIRITUAL WORK IN ANTHROPOSOPHICAL GROUPS
And the future of the Anthroposophical Society

• Sergei 0. Prokofieff

"The anthroposophical community seeks to lift human souls into supersensible realms so that they may enter the company of Angels." - Rudolf Steiner

ESOTERIC STUDIES
The Michael Impulse

• Ita Wegman

"May all those who have the strength and courage, not only to bring the Michael-thought to manifestation in their souls but to make it living in their deeds, become true servants of Michael and bring about his victory, and thus lead mankind over the great crisis with which it is now confronted." - Ita Wegman

ESSENCE OF TONALITY, THE / PARSIFAL CHRIST-EXPERIENCE, THE
An Attempt to View Musical Subjects in the Light of Spiritual Science

• Hermann Beckh

The unique scholarship and artistic sensitivity of Prof. Dr Hermann Beckh (1875–1937) is in the process of being rediscovered. The great linguist, Orientalist and Christian priest – an active music-lover who also composed – penned pioneer works on our musical system that are respected by musicians and musicologists. This volume brings together two revised versions of his best-loved books.

ETERNAL INDIVIDUALITY
Towards a Karmic Biography of Novalis

• Sergei 0. Prokofieff

Prokofieff develops and expands Rudolf Steiner's indications on Novalis' incarnations, leading the reader to an understanding of his crucial future mission amongst humanity.

ETHERIC, THE
Broadening Science through Anthroposophy
Volume 1: The World of the Ethers

• Ernst Marti

Ernst Marti devoted his life to researching the ‘etheric realm’ – a subtle area that exists between the physical and spiritual. Taking the numerous statements and references by Rudolf Steiner as his starting point, Marti develops our understanding of the etheric world in various fields – from the theory of knowledge to the natural world, through to music, the realm of colours, eurythmy and medicine. In doing so, he proposes exciting bridges from the ancient and medieval worldview to the present and future of natural and spiritual science.

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