A few words on this blog

This is my collection of thought-provoking quotes of parts of Steiner's work that, for example, I believe many waldorf-pupil parents will
never get to see. I will try to make the context of the original text easily accessible where possible, so
 please check out the sources to form your own opinions.

Sunday, 4 February 2007

Waldorf-teacher-student reading list 2007

Study of books and lecture cycles by Rudolf Steiner:

First year Classes:Self-Consciousness: the Spiritual Human Being (org. title: On the Reality of Higher Worlds) linkSecond year Classes:A Western Approach to Reincarnation and Karma
  • The Threshhold of the Spiritual World
  • The Road to Self-Knowledge
  • Man as Symphony of the Creative Word
Third year Classes:
  • Foundations of Human Experience
  • Discussions with Teachers
  • Practical Advice to Teachers
  • Waldorf Education for Adolescence
Source: Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training

1 comment:

fairoaks said...

I enjoyed reading "Intuitive Thinking as a Spiritual Path Living". It (Philosophy of Freedom) lives at the core of all of Rudolf Steiner's work. It is not easy to read though. A new online “Philosophy Of Freedom Study Course” is available at http://www.philosophyoffreedom.com. Its free and includes videos, illustrations, observation exercises and diagrams to help study the book. In this book Rudolf Steiner gives his principles of free thinking and morality. It empowers one's life through deepening scientific inquiry and living according to one's highest ideals.