Spiritual Activism: The Path of Anthroposophy

Saturday  27 April  2019  7:00 PM    Saturday  27 April  2019 9:00 PM
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Spiritual Activism: The Path of Anthroposophy
An introduction to anthroposophy by Eugene Schwartz

Saturday, April 27, 2019
7 p.m. – 9 p.m.
138 West 15th Street, NYC (between 6th and 7th avenues)

This lecture is free to all thanks to a donation to sponsor this event.

Today’s climatological, political, and social issues call upon us to be active. A century ago, Rudolf Steiner, like other progressive thinkers, recognized that the fate of the Earth was going to be determined by human actions, but Steiner went further: He taught that we also have a responsibility for the further development of the spiritual world. The growth and sustainability of Waldorf education and biodynamic agriculture are testaments to Steiner’s vision.

In tonight’s lecture, Eugene Schwartz, a student of anthroposophy for over 50 years who lectures internationally on Waldorf education, will describe some of Rudolf Steiner’s contemplative and meditative exercises, and explore the results of his spiritual activism.

Eugene Schwartz

For more information, visit www.asnyc.org

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