While the preparation for the seminar in Switzerland - with the theme Michael - is in full swing, I look back to the three-day deepening of the theme Incarnation that we tried to realise in May in Ulvenhout in Brabant.
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 the child, this impulse will come on with all its power!
In this way we tried to bring life into two to three lectures in Rudolf Steiner's book The Study of Man
, by thinking them actively and by experiencing this.
For me this living thinking culminates in a paragraph in the third lecture, which I will quote next week.
Concrete thinking by Mieke Mosmuller