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
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Collected Works of Rudolf Steiner, as well as the work of
contemporary authors expanding upon his thinking.
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Education for Nonviolence
Autism: Meet Me Who I Am
The Isenheim Altarpiece
The Art of Colour and the Human Form
The First Class Lessons and Mantras
The Gerda Muller Seasons Gift Collection
Lost Knowledge of the Imagination
The Connection between the Living and the Dead
Fire and Fury
Pythagoras, the Master
Architecture, Sculpture, and Painting of the First Goetheanum
Autumn and Winter Activities Come Rain or Shine
Childhood Illnesses and Immunizations
Christianity and the Ancient Mysteries
Cognitive Yoga – How a Book Is Born
Colors of the Soul
Conversations with Saul Bellow on Esoteric-Spiritual Matters
A Gift of Wonder
Growing Sustainable Children
The Healing Power of the Christmas Rose
The Logic against Humanity
The Natural Storyteller
The New Cain
Raising Happy Healthy Children
Riddle of the Human ‘I’
School of the Elemental Beings
Songs and Dreams
Sources of Christianity
Spiritual Science in the 21st Century
The Three Wise Men
The Threefolding Movement, 1919
Understanding Deeper Developmental Needs
The World of Bees
2017–2018 SteinerBooks Holiday Catalog
2018 Steiner and Spirit Catalog
2017 / 2018 SteinerBooks Education Catalog
2017 SteinerBooks Catalog of Biodynamic Farming and Gardening
all forthcoming titles
Artistic Sensitivity as a Spiritual Approach to Knowing Life and the World
The Anthroposophical Society
Rudolf Steiner, Life and Work
Artie Conan Doyle and the Vanishing Dragon
How Does My Fruit Grow?
Parenting with Values
Rowan the Red Squirrel
Rudolf Steiner and The Christian Community
Skye the Puffling
The Teeger that Cam for His Tea
The Treasure of the Loch Ness Monster
Wee Granny's Magic Bag and the Pirates
Ye Cannae Shove Yer Granny off a Bus
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Annual Conference and General Assembly of the General Anthroposophical SocietyMarch 22–25at the Goetheanum, Dornach, SwitzerlandRead the official brochure for more information, the schedule, speakers, events, and how to register.
CENTER FOR ANTHROPOSOPHYJune 24–29 & July 1–6in Wilton, New HampshireDownload the official brochure here or visit www.centerforanthroposophy.org
Transforming the Heart of AgricultureNovember 14-18, 2018in Portland, Oregon Join a gathering of 700 to 1,000 farmers, gardeners, vintners, entrepreneurs, educators, researchers, activists, and enthusiasts from across North America and around the world. Click HERE for more information.
These are our sixteen most popular books during the previous month. Spirit-led Community: Healing the Impact of Technology Sex Education and the Spirit: Understanding Our Communal Responsibility for the Healthy Development of Gender and Sexuality within Society Stella Natura 2018: Biodynamic Planting Calendar Developing the Self: Through the Inner Work Path in the Light of Anthroposophy Autism: Meet Me Who I Am Astrid Lindgren's Tomten Tales: The Tomten ~ The Tomten and the Fox The Storytelling School: Handbook for Teachers Toward Saving the Honeybee Revised and Expanded 2nd Edition Storytelling with Children School of the Elemental Beings The Isenheim Altarpiece: History – Interpretation – Background Childhood Illnesses and Immunizations: Anthroposophic Ideas to Ensure the Wellbeing of Our Children in This Digital Age Bees (CW 351) Creative Form Drawing with Children Aged 10-12 Years: Workbook 2 The Inner Work Path: A Foundation for Meditative Practice in the Light of Anthroposophy Plays for the Festivals of the Year
Our newest Steiner & Spirit catalog is available for download. It features new books devoted to Anthroposophy and works related to the work of Rudolf Steiner. This issue also features excerpts from three new books. You can download the catalog by clicking on the cover image above. If you would like to be on our mailing list, send email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and mailing address.
Lakshmi Prasanna and Michael Kokinos in conversation with Christopher BamfordWatch here or at YouTube.com.
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 fFoundational works, published in the "Classics in Anthroposophy" series, as well as Steiner’s courses on education, "Foundations of Waldorf Education." We will gradually add further works over the coming months and years.
Watch the video conversation 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.
Our newest education catalog is now available for download. It contains our newest and favorite books for parents, Waldorf teachers, and children, plus excerpts from new books. Click here to download the catalog (PDF, 17 MB).
Somer Serpe and Christi Nordoff discuss the practice of early childhood education with Paul Haygood. (Many thanks to Daniel Hindes for improving the sound quality.)
Read about SteinerBooks' publication of the Collected Works of Rudolf Steiner. Download our brochure to find out more about the new translations and many works never before published in English. Click here to download the PDF brochure or read it online.
A recent initiative in anthroposophic psychology is growing in the U.S. Read about The Association for Anthroposophic Psychology (AAP) by clicking HERE. To visit the their website, click on the image above.
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