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Ita Wegman


Dr. Ita Wegman (1876–1943) was born in the Dutch East Indies. She trained in gymnastics and massage and later in medicine.. She became a close student of Rudolf Steiner, who encouraged her to acquire a medical degree. She later founded the Institute of Clinical Medicine in Arlesheim, Switzerland, where she developed a medical practice based on principles of spiritual science. She was made leader of the Medical Section of the Anthroposophical Society in 1923 and, during her last years, devoted herself to work in the clinic, where she died. 

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Esoteric Studies

The Michael Impulse

Ita Wegman
Foreword by Crispian Villeneuve
Commentaries by George Adams

Extending Practical Medicine

Fundamental Principles Based on the Science of the Spirit

Rudolf Steiner and Ita Wegman
Introduction by Michael Evans
Translated by Anna R. Meuss

A Grand Metamorphosis

Contributions to the Spiritual-Scientific Anthropology and Education of Adolescents

Paul Marshall Allen
Introduction by Carlo Pietzner
Contributions by Rudolf Steiner and Ita Wegman