• Unlimited further thinking of the texts by Rudolf Steiner

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    17-07-2019 7 comments

    Unlimited further thinking of the texts by Rudolf Steiner

    A long, long time ago I read in a book from the ‘Gesamtausgabe’ from Rudolf Steiner a passage that gave me the courage to think so intensely and warmly about the contents of Anthroposophy that they begin to grow and flourish in my own spiritual activity. Within anthroposophical circles there are people who think that... read more...

  • The other hemisphere

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    10-07-2019 1 comments

    The other hemisphere

    After we had studied the theme of karma and reincarnation in the past few years, we had decided to look at 'the other hemisphere' for these three days, i.e. the life between death and birth and the life with the deceased. In 2017 I had written 'impressions from death', an attempt to describe impressions of life b... read more...

  • Freedom and Love

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    03-07-2019 0 comments

    Freedom and Love

    Our inner life is constantly deepened when we send will — our own inherent force — into our thinking, when we permeate our thinking with will. We bring will into thinking and thereby attain freedom. As we gradually perfect our actions we finally succeed in sending thoughts into these actions; we irradiate our actions... read more...

  • Dionysius Areopagita

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    26-06-2019 2 comments

    Dionysius Areopagita

    Dionysius Areopagita is said to have been a judge at the Areopagus in Athens, where he heard a speech by the apostle Paul. He became his apprentice. He himself became the teacher of ethereal astronomy, which is the teaching of the Nine Celestial Hierarchies, and he came to an explanation of the Divine Names and the Divine Words.... read more...

  • Socrates

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    19-06-2019 0 comments

    Socrates

    The uninvited guest who comes in drunk and after the guest meal is Alcibiades. He complains about Socrates, but also praises him in all the keys. He complains about the fact that Socrates could in no way be seduced into a physical love game, as a result of which Alcibiades became the rejected lover...... read more...