• The heart as a sense

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    18-10-2017 2 comments

    The heart as a sense

    'If we would be only thinkers, and had nothing else in our souls than the capability of thinking concepts and combining them with logic, or analysing complicated thoughts with logic, we would really not be able ever to know whether something is true or not We would be in the state that modern philosophy says we are in. With logi... read more...

  • Feeling as a musical composition

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    11-10-2017 2 comments

    Feeling as a musical composition

    Our feeling potency is not from this world. Modern science laughs about words like this, but in older times - and also in coming times - we knew and will know that the feelings of human beings are composed from the tones of the harmony of the spheres. Johannes Kepler, although a scientist in a modern way, still had a feeling for... read more...

  • Michael

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    04-10-2017 0 comments


    As we return to our body now, after summertime, we join the nature of our own body. We can feel now the nearness of mother nature, for we are part of her in so far as we are incarnated. The willpower bears her, it is said here. So we should not imagine that nature bears the willpower, but that willpower bears nature - which make... read more...

  • The Conversation II

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    27-09-2017 2 comments

    The Conversation II

    Last week I received a question to contemplate the part that the feelings, the emotions play in a conversation. It is clear that they play the main role in forming the opinions. One could say - with a certain right - that our opinions are feelings that have crystallized to thoughts. Not fully of course, because the content of ... read more...

  • The conversation

    by Mieke Mosmuller

    20-09-2017 6 comments

    The conversation

    A wonderful point of view on egoism is given in the work of Rudolf Steiner. It is a view that I can fully embrace, and the solution is even more wonderful: a way of conquering a mostly unseen rigid egoism...... read more...