Reincarnation and Karma Conference including work with Rudolf Steiner’s Mystery Dramas

With Friedrich Glasl and Adrian Locher

Saturday 6th October 2018 - Sunday 7th October 2018

Saturday 10.30am - 8.30pm and Sunday 10am - 1pm

Each of us carries a unique destiny in which we encounter very individual strokes of fate. We are drawn to some things and repelled by others, we feel close to certain people but not to others. By becoming more aware of the role of reincarnation and karma as described by Rudolf Steiner, a sense emerges for how our lives are shaped by invisible causes which we ourselves have created. In this weekend conference we will examine the role of reincarnation and karma in our lives and explore its effects through exercises and scenes from Rudolf Steiner’s Mystery Dramas. Friedrich Glasl is an internationally renowned organisational development consultant with a strong focus on conflict resolution, including peace processes in areas of crisis and war. Formerly Assistant Professor for organisational sciences and conflict, he has lectured at universities throughout Europe before co-founding Trigon Organisation Development Consultancy in Salzburg, where he lives. He is the author of many books; he also writes poetry, fairy tales, radio plays and writes and performs string-puppetshows. All of his work is inspired by anthroposophy, and the theme of reincarnation and karma has occupied him throughout his career. He has worked with the many exercises that Rudolf Steiner has given to better understand personal karma and karmic relationships.

Adrian Locher has a background in theatre and has been involved in Rudolf Steiner’s Mystery Dramas for nearly 30 years. He studied the History of Ideas at Sussex University and has a diploma in Conflict Resolution from the NAOS Institute. As the Artistic Director of the ASHA Centre in the Forest of Dean, he has run numerous dramabased programmes with young people from all over the world. During this workshop he will lead us through pertinent scenes from the Mystery Dramas related to the theme of reincarnation and karma.

Please note: Some familiarity with the basic concepts of Anthroposophy will be assumed.

To secure your place, please book in advance, E: or T: 020 7723 4400

Price: £40, £25 concessions. Meals available.