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Rudolf Steiner was an Austrian social reformer, architect, and esotericist who founded Anthroposophy. He is considered the father of Waldorf education, biodynamic agriculture, anthroposophical medicine, and spiritual science. SteinerBooks publishes the complete Collected Works of Rudolf Steiner, as well as the work of contemporary authors expanding upon his thinking.

We are proud to be working with the Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association! You can find all of our biodynamic books here.

Featured Books

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Guided Self-Study

Rudolf Steiner’s Path of Spiritual Development:
A Spiritual-Scientific Workbook

The Counselor . . . as if Soul and Spirit Matter

Inspirations from Anthroposophy

Via Podiensis, Path of Power

A Walk from le Puy, France, to San Juan de la Peña, Spain
Paperback
$25.00

Lifting the Veil of Mental Illness

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An Approach to Anthroposophical Psychology
Paperback
$20.00

Rudolf Steiner, Life and Work

Volume 2 (1890-1900): Weimar and Berlin
Translated by Margot Saar
Hardcover
$40.00
Paperback
$35.00

The Blue Forest

Awake! For the Sake of the Future

(CW 220)
Introduction by Jann W. Gates

The Christ Impulse

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And the Development of Ego-Consciousness (CW 116)

Developing the Self

Through the Inner Work Path in the Light of Anthroposophy
Paperback
$17.00

How the Spiritual World Projects into Physical Existence

The Influence of the Dead (CW 150)
Translated by Anna Meuss
Introduction by Margaret Jonas
Paperback
$27.00

Human Evolution

A Spiritual-Scientific Quest (CW 183)

The Living Origin of Rocks and Minerals

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Muck and Mind

Encountering Biodynamic Agriculture: An Alchemical Journey
Illustrated by Ed Berger
Paperback
$25.00

Numerica

A Waldorf Book of Counting
Illustrated by Elsa Murray-Lafrenz

Rudolf Steiner

A Biography
Translated by Jon McAlice
Paperback
$45.00

Saucy Tomatoes and Blueberry Thrills

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A Humorous Harvest from the Biodynamic Farm
Paperback
$11.95

Soul Exercises

Word and Symbol Meditations (CW 267)
Translated by Matthew Barton
Introduction by Hella Wiesberger
Paperback
$35.00

Spirit as Sculptor of the Human Organism

The Influence of the Dead (CW 218)
Translated by Matthew Barton

2014/2015 Holiday and Festivals SteinerBooks Catalog

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2014/2015 SteinerBooks Education Resource Catalog

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Books for Parents, Teachers, and Children
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Forthcoming Titles

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Apocalypse, the Transformation of Earth

An Esoteric Mineralogy
Translated by Joseph Bailey

Communicating Anthroposophy

The Course for Speakers to Promote the Idea of Threefolding (CW 338)
Translated by Rory Bradley
Introduction by Christopher Bamford

The Esoteric Nature of the Anthroposophical Society

Translated by Pauline Wehrle

First Steps to Seeing

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A Path towards Living Attentively

Making Needle Felted Animals

Over 20 Wild, Domestic, and Imaginary Creatures

Parenting in the Here and Now

Realizing the Strengths You Already Have

Paths into the Book of Books

New Biblical Translations through the Festivals of the Year
Translated by Luke Barr

Permaculture

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A Student's Guide to the Theory and Practice of Ecovillage Design

Science through Stories

Teaching Primary Science with Storytelling


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News at SteinerBooks

STEINERBOOKS SPIRITUAL RESEARCH CENTER AND ARCHIVE    

05/07/2015


Visit our Spiritual Research Center, which is presently primarily an archive of anthroposophic works that can be downloaded at no cost. The main features are our own modern translations of Rudolf Steiner's foundational ("basic") works and "Foundations of Waldorf Education." We will gradually add further works over the coming months and years.

HOW TO KNOW
HIGHER WORLDS
   

05/06/2015



VIDEO SEMINAR
Watch the introductory video in which Christopher Bamford and Jon McAlice discuss Rudolf Steiner's classic guidebook of Western esotericism. They examine in detail, chapter by chapter, the essence of this most practical and important book for those who wish to practice Anthroposophy as a path of knowledge. Now also available: Part 2; Part 3; and Part 4.

16 BESTSELLERS
IN MARCH 2015
   

03/30/2015

The North American Maria Thun Biodynamic Calendar 2015

Here are some of our most popular books last month. They include both new and favorite seasonal books and calendars, as well as perennial bestsellers and favorites.

  1. The North American Maria Thun Biodynamic Calendar 2015
  2. An Illustrated Treasury of Hans Christian Andersen's Fairy Tales
  3. Swedish Folk Tales
  4. An Electronic Silent Spring
  5. The Blue Forest
  6. Healing Stories for Challenging Behaviour
  7. Finger Strings
  8. The Counselor...as if Soul and Spirit Matter
  9. Developing the Self
  10. Lifting the Veil of Mental Illness
  11. The Land of Long Ago
  12. The Flowers’ Festival (Mini Edition)
  13. Magical Window Stars
  14. Chill (2nd Edition)
  15. The Wise Enchanter
  16. The Essence of Waldorf Education

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Events

WALDORF SCHOOL GOVERNANCE    

04/07/2015

Regional Conference
Friday-Saturday, April 24-25, 2015
with Torin Finser
Tamarack Waldorf School
1150 E. Brady St.,
Milwaukee, WI 53202


Includes break-out session with Mr. Finser on “The Individual in the Context of a Group,Agreements, and Healthy Process,” as well as special mentoring session with Mr. Finser for all regional administrators and administrative staff. Meals included. Friday & Saturday fee: $50; Saturday only fee: $35.
RSVP to office@tamarackwaldorf.org or go to www.tamarackwaldorf.org
Download brochure HERE.

READING THE SIGNS OF THE TIMES    

04/07/2015

Lectures by Thomas Meyer at the Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School, 35 West Plain Rd, Gt. Barrington, MA, May 15-16, 2015

“The world seems to be standing within a demonic storm that threatens to overwhelm it,” states Thomas Meyer. Appeals to traditional religious belief can no longer pacify the storm, nor is mere “good will” enough. What, then, can be done?

Building on Rudolf Steiner’s Anthroposophy, Meyer’s career as a writer and researcher has dealt with this question from a variety of standpoints. By illuminating the spiritual struggles of key individuals in the anthroposophic movement who might otherwise have fallen into complete obscurity, and by shining a clear light on the unfolding events of our time, Meyer’s lifework has been an effort to remind us continually of the central task of our time—the epistemological struggle with evil. Conscious recognition of this task is the crucial first step toward meeting that challenge.

Meyer’s presentations over the course of this special weekend—grounded in his own singular and extensive research—will highlight this theme.

Sliding scale of $100 to $60 for the entire program; individual lectures, $25

Phone: Marsha Post | 413-528-8233 ext. 2; email seminar@steinerbooks.org

Download the program brochure