• Chartres - 2

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    22-05-2019 1 comments

    Chartres - 2

    It is a very special experience to see how a spiritual doctrine, which was part of the spirituality of Europe, has become a formed structure, a cathedral. What was expressed in Dante's 'Divine Comedy' in poetic words has here in all its miraculous pythagorean wisdom of proportions been built in stone. It is because o... read more...

  • Chartres

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    15-05-2019 3 comments

    Chartres

    On the eve of the seminar around and in the Cathedral of Chartres, Notre Dame de Paris caught fire and partly burned down. We were already in Chartres and sympathized with the French and worldwide emotions. The cathedral in Chartres, also a Notre Dame, mourned her sister with two intense chimings of the bells. In the days that f... read more...

  • Creation Out of Nothing

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    08-05-2019 2 comments

    Creation Out of Nothing

    Rudolf Steiner describes this creation out of nothing in such a way that everything that we recognize through logical thinking and that goes beyond the necessary knowledge actually is a creation out of nothing. He gives the example that something has been stolen and one has an idea about who the thief is. One can remain entirely... read more...

  • Nuclear Power and Christ Consciousness

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    01-05-2019 4 comments

    Nuclear Power and Christ Consciousness

    A good example is the church with the priest and the faithful people in the radioactively contaminated area of Chernobyl. This area would be uninhabitable for 20,000 years, and it would take that long for the radioactive radiation there to drop to harmless levels. In the meantime, however, a religious community has settled in Ch... read more...

  • Occidental Karma Knowledge

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    24-04-2019 2 comments

    Occidental Karma Knowledge

    I have elsewhere mentioned that if a Christian sage were to be compared with the Buddhist one, he would have spoken differently to King Milinda. The Buddhist said to the King: ‘Consider the carriage, wheels, shaft, and so on; they are parts of the carriage, and beyond these parts carriage is only a name and form. With the ... read more...