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Working with Anthroposophy

The Practice of Thinking

Paperback
January 1992
9780880103619
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  • Publisher
    SteinerBooks
  • Published
    1st January 1992
  • ISBN 9780880103619
  • Language English
  • Pages 96 pp.
$12.00

The goal of this study is to cultivate the experience of living, intuitive thinking, such as we experience with every new understanding. As Kühlewind puts it, this unique contribution to practice of anthroposophy has a twofold purpose: “to stimulate working with spiritual science through exercises, and to stimulate independent new formulations of its content on the basis of experience.”

Working with Anthroposophy will help guide beginning students and inspire longtime students of the path opened up by Rudolf Steiner. As with all of Kühlewind’s works, this book opens new insights with each reading.

Georg Kühlewind

Georg Kühlewind (1924–2006) was a Hungarian philosopher, writer, lecturer, and meditation teacher who worked from the tradition of Rudolf Steiner’s spiritual science. Setting aside his early interest in music and psychology, he pursued a successful professional career as a physical chemist. Meanwhile, he continued to deepen his spiritual practice and insights. A prolific author (most of whose works are still only in German), Georg Kühlewind spent much time traveling the world, lecturing and leading workshops and seminars in meditation, psychology, epistemology, child development, anthroposophy, and esoteric Christianity. He was the author of numerous books. Kühlewind died January 15, 2006 at the age of 83.

Jorgen Smit

Jörgen Smit was born in Norway in 1916 and taught at a Rudolf Steiner school there for thirty years before becoming head of a teacher training college in Järna, Sweden. In 1975, he became a member of the Executive Council of the Anthroposophical Society and was leader of the Education Section (until 1989) and leader of the Youth Section until his death in 1991. He was a well-known lecturer and the author of several works on Rudolf Steiner education and the meditative path of anthroposophy.