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Sources of Inspiration of Anthroposophy

April 1998
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  • Publisher
    Temple Lodge Publishing
  • Published
    1st April 1998
  • ISBN 9780904693874
  • Language English
  • Pages 56 pp.

Christ, the powers of karma, the Archangel Michael, the Grail, Sophia—whatever has been founded on earth out of spiritual sources can only remain alive and fruitful if it can repeatedly draw nourishment from these original sources, suggests the author in this well-crafted book.

Gleich, who bases his research on Rudolf Steiner's work, presents "the fivefold stream of inspiration out of the spiritual world" that is the foundation of Anthroposophy.

C O N T E N T S:

Towards the Deepening of Spiritual Endeavour
The Fivefold Stream of Inspiration out of the Spiritual World

1. The Christ Impulse
2. The Impulse of the Powers of Karma
3. The Michael Impulse
4. The Grail Impulse
5. The Sophia Impulse

Notes and Bibliography

Sigismund von Gleich

Sigismund von Gleich was born in Germany in 1896. While serving in the army he became ill with lung disease, and during convalescence was given a book by Rudolf Steiner. He was soon immersed in Steiner’s philosophy, and became one of the most prolific lecturers and writers in the early years of the anthroposophic movement. He fled Nazi Germany in 1936 and, in 1953, died in Holland.