St. John the Baptist, by David Newbatt,
In this issue:
- St. Johns Tide, June 24: What is happening for us – and the Earth – at midsummer, when the soul of the earth has breathed out into the cosmos? How can we develop a relationship to this spiritual reality?
- Save the Dates – Great opportunities coming our way in the autumn!
- A Call to Artists! Please join this initiative to bring together eurythmists, musicians, fine artists and others, working together to bring to life Rudolf Steiner’s “The Being of the Arts.”
- The Art Hall Presents a Rare Opportunity in Portland! Join Jennifer Thomson for an exhibit of her work and a 5 day art retreat.
- Tom Klein’s Branch Library News
- Calendar of the Soul, A transposition by Stefan Schwabe, recast in cadence and tenor into our current English, to bring to our appreciation their strength and spirituality in terms of today’s thinking, feeling and will. This is followed by a schedule for 2016-17 which provides guidance to account for the fact that there are 55 weeks between Easter 2016 and Easter 2017. This was prepared and generously contributed by Herbert Hagens
- Invitation to North American Anthroposophical Conference, “Encountering Our Humanity” from knowledge to conscious action, August 7-14 Speakers include Paul Mackay, Bodo von Plato, and many others. www.encounteringourhumanity.ca
- Kaspar Hauser with Glen Williamson, October 8
- Transforming Evil in Everyday Life with Julian Roberts September 24
- Portland Art Retreat with Jennifer Thomson, September 19-23
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Saturday, September 24, 10 am – 4pm
Cedarwood School, 3030 SW Second Ave.
Contact Valerie Hope, email@example.com
Where is true meaning in everyday life?
How can I experience the spirit while carrying out my daily responsibilities?
How do I survive the nine to five job?
This course will explore these questions and the challenges normal life poses to inner development. Practices for transforming the evil in everyday life into pathways to experience the sacred will be shared. A hands-on approach will be taken, and participants will use their own experience as a basis for learning.
Presenter Julian Roberts is a ’97 graduate of the Sacramento Waldorf School. He holds a BA in philosophy from UC Berkeley and an MPH/MBA from Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. He has worked as a consultant in the non-profit sector and currently has a full time job in the public sector. In his early 20’s he was mentored by Friedmann Schwarzkopf and Orland Bishop and currently studies Rudolf Steiner. He has participated in the Lakota Vision Quest ceremony and has an active meditative life. He has a deep interest in how the inner life can redeem and change everyday experience.