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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.

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Developing the Self

Through the Inner Work Path in the Light of Anthroposophy

The Counselor ... as if Soul and Spirit Matter

Inspirations from Anthroposophy

Soul Exercises

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


A Waldorf Book of Counting
Illustrated by Elsa Murray-Lafrenz

Rudolf Steiner, Life and Work

Volume 2 (1890-1900): Weimar and Berlin
Translated by Margot Saar

2014/2015 Holiday and Festivals SteinerBooks Catalog


2014/2015 SteinerBooks Education Resource Catalog

Books for Parents, Teachers, and Children

And the Earth Becomes a Sun

The Mystery of the Resurrection
Illustrated by Rudolf Steiner

Awake! For the Sake of the Future

(CW 220)
Introduction by Jann W. Gates

The Christ Impulse

And the Development of Ego-Consciousness (CW 116)

D. N. Dunlop

A Man of Our Time: A Biography (2nd Edition)
Afterword by Owen Barfield

The Development of Anthroposophy since Rudolf Steiner's Death

An Outline and Perspectives for the Future

How the Spiritual World Projects into Physical Existence

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

Human Evolution

A Spiritual-Scientific Quest (CW 183)

Muck and Mind

Encountering Biodynamic Agriculture: An Alchemical Journey
Illustrated by Ed Berger

Saucy Tomatoes and Blueberry Thrills

A Humorous Harvest from the Biodynamic Farm

Spirit as Sculptor of the Human Organism

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

Vegetable Gardening for Organic and Biodynamic Growers

Home and Market Gardeners

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Apocalypse, the Transformation of Earth

An Esoteric Mineralogy
Translated by Joseph Bailey

The Blue Forest

The Esoteric Nature of the Anthroposophical Society

Translated by Pauline Wehrle

Finding Work-Life Balance

Achieving Fulfilment at Every Stage of Life

First Steps to Seeing

A Path towards Living Attentively

Guided Self-Study

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

The Living Origin of Rocks and Minerals

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


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

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“Rudolf Steiner’s Years of Preparation (1861–1900)”
With Peter Selg, Christopher Bamford, Dorothea Mier, and Sea-Anna Vasilas

March 20–21, 2015
Kimmel Center
New York University
60 Washington Square South
New York City

In celebration of the publication in English of the first two volumes of his seven-volume biography of Rudolf Steiner, Peter Selg will give three lectures on outer and inner aspects of Steiner’s life and circumstances as they unfolded up to his fortieth year;
Christopher Bamford will speak on "Rudolf Steiner’s Life as a Path to Understanding Anthroposophy";
Dorothea Mier Music Eurythmy Artistic Director at the School of Eurythmy in Spring Valley, New York, will talk about Marie Steiner's crucial work with Rudolf Steiner and Anthroposophy.
Sea-Anna Vasilas will lead periods of eurythmy.

In order for us to both cover our costs (speaker’s fees, use of space, etc.) and make this event as accessible as possible, we are offering a sliding scale attendance fee with confidence that those who are in a position to give more will do so. The price is a sliding scale fee from $175 to $75.

Click to email Marsha Post for information or to register.

Click here to download the brochure and registration form.