Anthroposophy Atlanta Workshop with Rudiger Janisch

Anthroposophy Atlanta warmly invites you to a workshop & class lesson

Rudiger Janisch

 

Exploring the imagery of the original Goetheanum and Our task in building the spiritual Goetheanum

Goetheanum

Open to All:

Friday, Jan 17, 2020 7pm – 9pm Presentation on the Imagery of First Goetheanum

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 9am -10:30am

Group work: After impressions from the previous evening

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020 11am – 12:30 pm Building Stones for the Spiritual Goetheanum

For members of the School for Spiritual Science (please bring your blue card):

Saturday, Jan 18, 2020      3:00-5:15pm

Lesson 11, followed by conversation: Building the Temple

Using the workbook A Way of Serving by Penelope Baring & Rudiger Janisch as our guide, we have been exploring what it means to participate in the School for Spiritual Science. Friday evening and Saturday morning are open to anyone who is interested – whether you are a long-time member of the class or are just curious about what it is. After lunch, Rudiger will give Class Lesson 11 for members of the School for Spiritual Science.

Reading the booklet is not required, but it will help you to prepare. Here is the link to buy the booklet if you need it: http://www.mercurypress.org/store/p206/A_Way_of_Serving_%28%23214%29.html

Your RSVP helps to plan the snacks, beverages & seating. Questions and suggestions are welcome to Angela afoster@thirdbody.net

 Rüdiger has been working in Curative Education and teaching in professional training programs in Germany and the United States for over 40 years. A long-time student of anthroposophy, he serves on the Collegium of the School for Spiritual Science in North America. His contributions to adult education methods were recognized in the context of an international research project sponsored by the European Union. He has been a member of the core faculty of a joint ‘Training for Trainers’ program supporting Curative Education and Social Therapy in Russia, Ukraine, Georgia, and Kyrgyzstan. He has also taught as an adjunct faculty member of the M.S. Ed program in Waldorf Remedial Education at Antioch University N.H. Having taught many different aspects of anthroposophy and Curative Education, he currently is focused on action research and the development of artistic and experiential approaches to the spiritual scientific study of the human being.

Rudiger


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