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    Perspectives on a Century: A Compendium of 100 Years of The Christian Community Journal

    by  • 26 January 2022 • Extract, Religion, The Christian Community • 0 Comments

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    A century ago in central Europe, a small group of Rudolf Steiner’s theology students, with the help of Steiner himself, established The Christian Community as a movement for religious renewal. From its founding they published a regular journal containing articles from the movement’s key figures, including Emil Bock, Evelyn Capel, Alfred Heidenreich and Rudolf...

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    Dreaming Ahead of Time: Experiences with Precognitive Dreams, Synchronicity and Coincidence

    by  • 18 January 2022 • Extract, Philosophy of Human Life • 0 Comments

    Can we see the future in our dreams? Does time flow in one direction? What is a ‘meaningful coincidence’?  Renowned esoteric writer Gary Lachman has been recording his own precognitive dreams for forty years. In this unique and intriguing book, Lachman recounts the discovery that he dreams ‘ahead of time’, and argues convincingly that this extraordinary...

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    Floris Books Christmas Gift Guide

    by  • 10 December 2021 • Books, Christmas • 0 Comments

    ‘One of the best winter set picture books of 2021.’ – School Library Journal on Olwen Finds Her Wings Christmas is coming quickly! So we’ve pulled together some of our favourite books to help you find the perfect present for the wee people in your life – from gifts for little nature lovers, to...

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    Meet the Creators of Mama: A World of Mothers and Motherhood

    by  • 2 November 2021 • Author Interview, Authors • 0 Comments

    Hélène Delforge is a journalist, writer, mother and stepmother. After studying languages and literature at Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium, she became a teacher and has been a journalist for over twenty years. At home in her native Brussels, Hélène writes overlooking her garden with a cat asleep in her desk drawer and five...

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