A Path of Encounter

Meditation, Practice, and the Art of Sensing

Jon McAlice

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£14.99
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Quick Look

  • Clear, straightforward and readable style
  • Asks, is anthroposophy a body of revealed spiritual knowledge, or is it a discipline, a path towards spiritual understanding?
  • Illuminates both the unique method and the man behind it

Sheds light on anthroposophy as a method of self-development rather than revelation of spiritual knowledge.

Format:
paperback
Size:
184 x 140 mm
Publisher:
Lindisfarne Books
Subject:
Philosophy of Human Life; Mind, Body, Spirit
Extent:
162 pages
ISBN:
9781584201885
Publication date:
29 Jan 2016

Description

Is anthroposophy a body of revealed spiritual knowledge, or is it a discipline, a path towards spiritual understanding?

Around the globe, individuals are longing for, and seeking, a deeper understanding of themselves and the world we all inhabit and share.

Starting from the observation that the path toward spiritual understanding described by Rudolf Steiner, as well as the man himself, are widely and variously misunderstood, A Path of Encounter sheds a wealth of much-needed light on this singular method of self-development, as well as on the human being who first trod it.

In a clear, straightforward, and personable style this book introduces and then guides the reader, gently but rigorously, into and through a unique method of spiritual development.

Author

Jon McAlice is a freelance designer and consultant, focusing on the creative use of time and space. He is co-founder of the Center for Contextual Studies in Vermont.

Links

This book is available in the US from Steiner Books.

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