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Spiritual Science in the 21st Century

Transforming Evil, Meeting the Other, and Awakening to the Global Initiation of Humanity

August 2017
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  • Publisher
    Temple Lodge Publishing
  • Published
    10th August 2017
  • ISBN 9781912230068
  • Pages 308 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"

With love, humor, and brilliant insight, Ben-Aharon addresses some of the most critical questions of our age, ranging from artificial intelligence and global politics to education and postmodern philosophy. Although tackling diverse subjects, this accessible anthology—delivered initially as lectures in locations as contrasting as New York, Oslo, and Munich—features a coherent inner rhythm. With his lively and intense presentation, the speaker invites us to share and participate in the creative process and the dynamic activity of incarnating new ideas—indeed, to awaken to the very Spirit of our Time.

Ben-Aharon discusses his investigations into the spiritual event of the twenty-first century; the activities of spiritual beings in America, Central Europe, Scandinavia, and Israel; the renewal of education; the creative transformation of antisocial forces; Israel’s diverse culture in the midst of a clash of civilizations; the new Christ event and how it can break through our habitual patterns and our hardened thinking, feeling, and will; and the mission of the anthroposophic movement today.

Informed throughout by decades of spiritual research and intimate experience, this volume contains mature and illuminating explorations into contemporary culture, history, and Spiritual Science.

Yeshayahu (Jesaiah) Ben-Aharon

Dr. Yeshayahu (Jesaiah) Ben-Aharon, spiritual scientist, philosopher and social activist, is founder of the anthroposophic community in Harduf, Israel, cofounder of the Global Network for Social Threefolding, director of Global Event College, and contributor to the School of Spiritual Science. He is the author of Cognitive Yoga, Spiritual Science in the 21st Century, The Spiritual Event of the Twentieth Century, The New Experience of the Supersensible, America’s Global Responsibility, and The Event in Science, History, Philosophy, and Art