• Reflection

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    21-08-2019 1 comments


    The purer and more majestic nature around us is, the more painful we feel the distance that ordinary consciousness creates between us and this grandiose nature. We can't conceive the essence of nature at all, it's outside of us whenever we want to get close to it... So shouldn't everyone have to experience the questi... read more...

  • Free-ness

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    14-08-2019 0 comments


    Were it not that, during his earthly life, man could preserve some part of what before his birth became purely thought life, he would never be able to achieve freedom. For, in that case, man would be bound up with what is dead, and the moment he wanted to call into free activity what in himself is related to the dead element in ... read more...

  • Concrete thinking

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    07-08-2019 0 comments

    Concrete thinking

    From my first introduction to anthroposophy, I experienced the michaelic impulse to be able to transform abstract-intellectual thinking into living and concrete thinking. This impulse should be generated in all areas of anthroposophy. If you then delve into the ‘Study of Man’ (GA 293) with regard to the upbringing of... read more...

  • The I in thinking

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    31-07-2019 3 comments

    The I in thinking

    If one wants to become an anthroposophist in such a way that one receives the anthroposophical thoughts and then not simply passively surrenders to them, but by a strong will pours into the thoughts, into the pure thoughts of anthroposophy that which one is in dreamless sleep during every night, then one has climbed the first st... read more...

  • The human being at night and the human being during daytime

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    24-07-2019 0 comments

    The human being at night and the human being during daytime

    Last week's quote is balanced by the following. Of course, with purely intellectualist thinking, we cannot think any further about Rudolf Steiner's work, but we do have to do something about our thinking. I will try to substantiate this with this quote and next week's quote.... read more...