All Online Events

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  • Wednesday 14 April
    7.30pm - 8.30pm
    with Graham Kennish
    As workshop participants, you will discover processes in the psychology of the soul through perception of your own gestures, involving no analysis or interpretation by yourself  or others. You will learn how to create gestures for increasing resilience and empathy. No personal intimacies need be shared and the process is entirely confidential to yourself.
    No fee, but a donation for costs is welcome.
    To book: kennish46@gmail.com
    For further information: www.goetheanpsychology.co.uk
  • Wednesday 14 April
    7.30pm - 9.30pm

    Every Wednesday, members of the Youth Section get together to build friendships between each other. This is a great opportunity to welcome new members into the group, but also a place to deepen the friendships within the youth section, proving the foundation for our exploration of Anthroposophy together. Occasionally this will be switched with the Saturday meetings.

    There are also some extra events from time to time such as a youth section study group which is organized on a weekly or fortnightly basis.

    You can keep up to date with all our Events by Joining our Telegram Chat. Alternatively you can Get In Touch and request for meeting links to be emailed to you.

    Everyone is welcome.

  • Saturday 17 April
    11am - 12pm
    with Graham Kennish
    As workshop participants, you will discover processes in the psychology of the soul through perception of your own gestures, involving no analysis or interpretation by yourself  or others. You will learn how to create gestures for increasing resilience and empathy. No personal intimacies need be shared and the process is entirely confidential to yourself.
    No fee, but a donation for costs is welcome.
    To book: kennish46@gmail.com
    For further information: www.goetheanpsychology.co
  • Saturday 17 April
    7.30pm - 9.30pm

    Each Saturday, we are treated to enlightening presentations from fellow youth section members as well as guest speakers. This gives everyone the opportunity to learn from each other’s research and insight. This may be vocational or simply a sharing of personal research. Most meetings are recorded and some will be shared Here. Occasionally this will be switched with the Wednesday meetings.

    There are also some extra events from time to time such as a youth section study group which is organized on a weekly or fortnightly basis.

    You can keep up to date with all our Events by Joining our Telegram Chat. Alternatively you can Get In Touch and request for meeting links to be emailed to you.

    Everyone is welcome.

  • Wednesday 21 April
    7.30pm - 8.30pm
    with Graham Kennish
    Goethean psychology involves the observation of the inner life of feeling, through gesture, without analysis or interpretation.  In this talk, Graham will explain how this approach is based on anthroposophy and how it develops Resilience and Empathy in our professional and personal lives.
    No fee, but a donation for costs is welcome.
    To book: kennish46@gmail.com
  • Saturday 24 April
    11am - 12pm
    with Graham Kennish
    Goethean psychology involves the observation of the inner life of feeling, through gesture, without analysis or interpretation.  In this talk, Graham will explain how this approach is based on anthroposophy and how it develops Resilience and Empathy in our professional and personal lives.
    No fee, but a donation for costs is welcome.
    To book: kennish46@gmail.com
  • Saturday 24 April
    7.30pm - 9.30pm

    Each Saturday, we are treated to enlightening presentations from fellow youth section members as well as guest speakers. This gives everyone the opportunity to learn from each other’s research and insight. This may be vocational or simply a sharing of personal research. Most meetings are recorded and some will be shared Here. Occasionally this will be switched with the Wednesday meetings.

    There are also some extra events from time to time such as a youth section study group which is organized on a weekly or fortnightly basis.

    You can keep up to date with all our Events by Joining our Telegram Chat. Alternatively you can Get In Touch and request for meeting links to be emailed to you.

    Everyone is welcome.

  • Wednesday 28 April
    7.30pm - 9.30pm

    Every Wednesday, members of the Youth Section get together to build friendships between each other. This is a great opportunity to welcome new members into the group, but also a place to deepen the friendships within the youth section, proving the foundation for our exploration of Anthroposophy together. Occasionally this will be switched with the Saturday meetings.

    There are also some extra events from time to time such as a youth section study group which is organized on a weekly or fortnightly basis.

    You can keep up to date with all our Events by Joining our Telegram Chat. Alternatively you can Get In Touch and request for meeting links to be emailed to you.

    Everyone is welcome.

  • Saturday 1 May
    11am - 12pm
    with Graham Kennish
    As workshop participants, you will discover processes in the psychology of the soul through perception of your own gestures, involving no analysis or interpretation by yourself  or others. You will learn how to create gestures for increasing resilience and empathy. No personal intimacies need be shared and the process is entirely confidential to yourself.
    No fee, but a donation for costs is welcome.
    To book: kennish46@gmail.com
    For further information: www.goetheanpsychology.co
  • Wednesday 5 May
    7.30pm - 8.30pm
    with Graham Kennish
    Goethean psychology involves the observation of the inner life of feeling, through gesture, without analysis or interpretation.  In this talk, Graham will explain how this approach is based on anthroposophy and how it develops Resilience and Empathy in our professional and personal lives.
    No fee, but a donation for costs is welcome.
    To book: kennish46@gmail.com
  • Saturday 8 May
    11am - 12pm
    with Graham Kennish
    Goethean psychology involves the observation of the inner life of feeling, through gesture, without analysis or interpretation.  In this talk, Graham will explain how this approach is based on anthroposophy and how it develops Resilience and Empathy in our professional and personal lives.
    No fee, but a donation for costs is welcome.
    To book: kennish46@gmail.com
  • Sunday 9 May
    11am - 6pm
    With Sarah Kane
    In total this is a nine-month part-time artistic exploration of Michael Chekhov’s approach to acting and theatre for actors/performers, from September 2020–May 2021.
    The nine sessions aim to introduce participants to - and deepen their understanding of - the strongly creative and highly artistic techniques developed by Russian actor Michael Chekhov in the middle of the twentieth century.
    Their purpose is to inspire and empower actors for their future work.
    They have been growing in popularity in the UK since the 1990s.
    Workshop fees: 1 workshop £35/ concessions: £30;  3 workshops £90/ concessions: £75; 9 workshops £220/ concessions: £180
    Sarah Kane is the Co-Founder of the Michael Chekhov Centre UK (now Michael Chekhov UK) and of MICHA USA.
    For further information and bookings E: info@performingartsintl.org or W: www.performingartsintl.org
  • Monday 17 May
    7pm - 8.30pm
    with Dr. Sue Peat and Philip Martyn
    This book outlines a sure path from the everyday world of physical existence into a living, personal experience of the spiritual world. We will be carefully following the text together, discussing how we may best apply the spiritual exercises Rudolf Steiner outlines in it to our own lives and experiencing how working with these exercises can be a transformative experience.
    All are very welcome, whether you are new to the work of Steiner, or have worked with these exercises before.
    Link: https://tinyurl.com/3vkc3bsd
    Meeting ID: 885 9470 5782
  • Friday 28 May
    7.30pm - 9pm

    with Dr James Dyson

    James will be offering us a contemporary exploration of the dynamics of ‘spiritual emergence’ and ‘spiritual emergency’. In this talk, he hopes to explore how changes in humanity’s consciousness over the last century have become reflected in the anthroposophical path of esoteric development as well as affirming some of the more permanent features and preconditions of this path.

    James is now working in adult education as a psycho-spiritual psychologist with a special interest in child development and mental health. He was a practising physician for nearly forty years and co-founder in 1979 of Park Atwood Clinic, formerly an anthroposophical residential medical facility.

    Zoom link https://tinyurl.com/vsxvwx5

    Meeting ID: 859 8457 5534 Passcode: 011112

    Or dial by your location at https://us02web.zoom.us/u/k5M5oQrxw UK numbers: 020 3901 7895 or 0131 460 1196

    For further information please contact Sue Peat, suejoanpeat@gmail.com or 07770 577 372

     

  • Monday 31 May
    7pm - 8pm
    with Dr. Sue Peat and Philip Martyn
    This book outlines a sure path from the everyday world of physical existence into a living, personal experience of the spiritual world. We will be carefully following the text together, discussing how we may best apply the spiritual exercises Rudolf Steiner outlines in it to our own lives and experiencing how working with these exercises can be a transformative experience.
    All are very welcome, whether you are new to the work of Steiner, or have worked with these exercises before.
    Link: https://tinyurl.com/3vkc3bsd
    Meeting ID: 885 9470 5782
  • Friday 4 June
    7.30pm - 9pm

    with Tobias Kaye

    This talk will be an introduction to Being who you Do, which is a step beyond being who you think you ought to be. Tobias will take us through the seven basic exercises outlined in chapter five of Rudolf Steiner’s seminal work Knowledge of the Higher Worlds. These simple observances have a remarkably grounding and calming effect on our lives. Though mentioned as something we need to have in place before we begin, they can support us through the entire Journey of Awakening, forming a healthy foundation for genuine achievement in today’s ever-changing world.

    Tobias was educated at Michael Hall. He has sought to find his own relationship with Steiner’s work through seeking the connections it creates with daily life and other spiritual traditions. Having been graced with the vision of a new musical instrument Tobias produces these in an arts and crafts process in Devon and markets them worldwide.

    Zoom link https://tinyurl.com/vsxvwx5
    Meeting ID: 859 8457 5534
    Passcode: 011112


    Or dial by your location at https://us02web.zoom.us/u/k5M5oQrxw

    UK numbers: 020 3901 7895 or 0131 460 1196

    For further information please contact Sue Peat, suejoanpeat@gmail.com or 07770 577 372

    Recordings of some events will be available from Tobias@soundingbowls.com

  • Thursday 10 June
    7.30pm - 9pm
    3 Zoom lectures with Mónica Oliva       
    The Apocalypse of St. John is a paradigmatic work for the times in which we are living. I aim to unfold the main aspects, about which Steiner spoke in his two lecture cycles of 1908 and 1924. The central chapters 10 ~ 13 constitute the nucleus at the heart of the book at the sounding of the seventh trumpet. These chapters correspond to Steiner´s Seals IV and V, in the description of which he refers to the characteristics of the different regions of the world and the opening of the upward path with the vision of Virgin Sophia and the dragon.
    After each lecture there will be some time for us to exchange ideas.
    Mónica is Argentinian, resident in Santiago de Chile and a frequent traveler to London. She has an Architecture degree in Buenos Aires, and an MA in Political Science from Heidelberg University, Germany, with a thesis on Steiner´s Social Threefolding. She is an upper school teacher in Michelangelo Waldorf School in Santiago, teaching Philosophy, History, Parzival and Faust. She has given many lectures in Argentina and Chile and also has published three essays and many articles.
    For enquiries please contact: oia_oia@hotmail.com
    Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88672254597?pwd=cFlpMFNFNlROMmphUThGekhPUFZXUT09
    Meeting ID: 886 7225 4597
    Passcode: 913931
    To find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kd6W6Tw58k
  • Friday 11 June
    7.30pm - 9pm

    with Peter Gruenewald

    The pandemic has presented us with unprecedented challenges and many unanswered questions in the realms of healthcare and lifestyle. As with any disease, we are being asked to make changes and make progress in how we relate to our own health and the health of communities. But how do we do that? Peter will give an update on current medical opinion and share ways in which we can personally work with the impact of COVID 19 and its management on our own health and on the health of humanity.

    Peter is an Anthroposophical Doctor working both in the NHS and privately as a specialist and GP. He has a specialist interest in cardiovascular physiology and in how new insights into heart function are leading to a deeper understanding of its central place in our physiology.

    Zoom link https://tinyurl.com/vsxvwx5

    Meeting ID: 859 8457 5534 Passcode: 011112

    Or dial by your location at https://us02web.zoom.us/u/k5M5oQrxw UK numbers: 020 3901 7895 or 0131 460 1196

    For further information please contact Sue Peat, suejoanpeat@gmail.com or 07770 577 372

  • Monday 14 June
    7pm - 8.30pm
    with Dr. Sue Peat and Philip Martyn
    This book outlines a sure path from the everyday world of physical existence into a living, personal experience of the spiritual world. We will be carefully following the text together, discussing how we may best apply the spiritual exercises Rudolf Steiner outlines in it to our own lives and experiencing how working with these exercises can be a transformative experience.
    All are very welcome, whether you are new to the work of Steiner, or have worked with these exercises before.
    Link: https://tinyurl.com/3vkc3bsd
    Meeting ID: 885 9470 5782
  • Thursday 17 June
    7.30pm - 9pm
    3 Zoom lectures with Mónica Oliva       
    The Apocalypse of St. John is a paradigmatic work for the times in which we are living. I aim to unfold the main aspects, about which Steiner spoke in his two lecture cycles of 1908 and 1924. The central chapters 10 ~ 13 constitute the nucleus at the heart of the book at the sounding of the seventh trumpet. These chapters correspond to Steiner´s Seals IV and V, in the description of which he refers to the characteristics of the different regions of the world and the opening of the upward path with the vision of Virgin Sophia and the dragon.
    After each lecture there will be some time for us to exchange ideas.
    Mónica is Argentinian, resident in Santiago de Chile and a frequent traveler to London. She has an Architecture degree in Buenos Aires, and an MA in Political Science from Heidelberg University, Germany, with a thesis on Steiner´s Social Threefolding. She is an upper school teacher in Michelangelo Waldorf School in Santiago, teaching Philosophy, History, Parzival and Faust. She has given many lectures in Argentina and Chile and also has published three essays and many articles.
    For enquiries please contact: oia_oia@hotmail.com
    Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88672254597?pwd=cFlpMFNFNlROMmphUThGekhPUFZXUT09
    Meeting ID: 886 7225 4597
    Passcode: 913931
    To find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kd6W6Tw58k
  • Friday 18 June
    7.30pm - 9pm

    with Patricia Kaminski

    The current conception of morality is one that exists only within the interior consciousness of humanity. On the other hand, Nature is viewed as an outer reality lacking in moral substance; it is a materialistic corpse that supplies us with quantities of things but not qualities from beings. This situation creates a particularly bleak reality for elemental beings, who are increasingly unable to receive nourishment or encouragement from the chiseled and hardened human intellect. The healing way forward is one with which every human
    being can engage in seemingly small and daily ways. Patricia’s lecture will focus on how we can understand and begin to practically implement the most essential aspects of the Rosicrucian Path, one that is graced in our time by the extraordinary presence of the Christ in the etheric/ elemental world.

    Patricia is the Executive Director of the Flower Essence Society, a worldwide collegium of practitioners who research and heal with the subtle essences of plants. She is also the Developmental Director of Terra Flora, a Demeter-Certified Biodynamic Garden, Nature Sanctuary and cottage industry in Nevada City, California.

    Zoom link https://tinyurl.com/vsxvwx5

    Meeting ID: 859 8457 5534 Passcode: 011112

    Or dial by your location at https://us02web.zoom.us/u/k5M5oQrxw UK numbers: 020 3901 7895 or 0131 460 1196

    For further information please contact Sue Peat, suejoanpeat@gmail.com or 07770 577 372

  • Monday 21 June
    7.30pm - 9pm
    3 Zoom lectures with Mónica Oliva       
    The Apocalypse of St. John is a paradigmatic work for the times in which we are living. I aim to unfold the main aspects, about which Steiner spoke in his two lecture cycles of 1908 and 1924. The central chapters 10 ~ 13 constitute the nucleus at the heart of the book at the sounding of the seventh trumpet. These chapters correspond to Steiner´s Seals IV and V, in the description of which he refers to the characteristics of the different regions of the world and the opening of the upward path with the vision of Virgin Sophia and the dragon.
    After each lecture there will be some time for us to exchange ideas.
    Mónica is Argentinian, resident in Santiago de Chile and a frequent traveler to London. She has an Architecture degree in Buenos Aires, and an MA in Political Science from Heidelberg University, Germany, with a thesis on Steiner´s Social Threefolding. She is an upper school teacher in Michelangelo Waldorf School in Santiago, teaching Philosophy, History, Parzival and Faust. She has given many lectures in Argentina and Chile and also has published three essays and many articles.
    For enquiries please contact: oia_oia@hotmail.com
    Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88672254597?pwd=cFlpMFNFNlROMmphUThGekhPUFZXUT09
    Meeting ID: 886 7225 4597
    Passcode: 913931
    To find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/kd6W6Tw58k
  • Friday 25 June
    7.30pm - 9pm

    with Angus Jenkinson

    In this talk, Angus will explore how the deep organism of the human is literally creating the future of the Earth and so creating cosmic futures. This has relevance for artists and scientists, the spiritually minded and the socially and environmentally concerned. It spells out the intimate belonging of the human to this beautiful planet and their mutual future development. A new colouring and purpose comes to life in those who have awakened the profound depths and heights of human existence.

    Angus is a cross-disciplinary thinker and director of the Centre for Thinking Futures and the author of four books.

    Zoom link https://tinyurl.com/vsxvwx5

    Meeting ID: 859 8457 5534 Passcode: 011112

    Or dial by your location at https://us02web.zoom.us/u/k5M5oQrxw UK numbers: 020 3901 7895 or 0131 460 1196

    For further information please contact Sue Peat, suejoanpeat@gmail.com or 07770 577 372

  • Monday 28 June
    7pm - 8.30pm
    with Dr. Sue Peat and Philip Martyn
    This book outlines a sure path from the everyday world of physical existence into a living, personal experience of the spiritual world. We will be carefully following the text together, discussing how we may best apply the spiritual exercises Rudolf Steiner outlines in it to our own lives and experiencing how working with these exercises can be a transformative experience.
    All are very welcome, whether you are new to the work of Steiner, or have worked with these exercises before.
    Link: https://tinyurl.com/3vkc3bsd
    Meeting ID: 885 9470 5782
  • Friday 2 July
    7.30pm - 9pm

    with Dr Carmen Hijosa

    The pandemic has resulted in a global increase in awareness of the damage human beings are causing to the environment – from the way we travel to the clothes we wear. Our personal actions can make a real difference to the environment and to the social situation of those involved in the manufacture and distribution of the clothes and footwear we choose. Carmen will outline how a ‘waste product’ has been transformed into an alternative to leather, together with how this has the potential to transform both our lives and the lives of those involved in its manufacture.

    Carmen is an ethical entrepreneur with a vision for a more sustainable future, connecting people, ecology and economics. She is the founder of Ananas Anam UK Ltd and developer of Piñatex - the innovative natural textile made from pineapple leaf fibre. www.ananas-anam.com

    Zoom link https://tinyurl.com/vsxvwx5

    Meeting ID: 859 8457 5534

    Passcode: 011112

    Or dial by your location at https://us02web.zoom.us/u/k5M5oQrxw UK numbers: 020 3901 7895 or 0131 460 1196

    For further information please contact Sue Peat,  suejoanpeat@gmail.com or 07770 577 372

    Details of the Friday events can be seen on www.meetup.com/rudolf-steiner-spiritual-science

    Recordings of some events will be available from Tobias@soundingbowls.com

  • Monday 12 July
    7pm - 8.30pm
    with Dr. Sue Peat and Philip Martyn
    This book outlines a sure path from the everyday world of physical existence into a living, personal experience of the spiritual world. We will be carefully following the text together, discussing how we may best apply the spiritual exercises Rudolf Steiner outlines in it to our own lives and experiencing how working with these exercises can be a transformative experience.
    All are very welcome, whether you are new to the work of Steiner, or have worked with these exercises before.
    Link: https://tinyurl.com/3vkc3bsd
    Meeting ID: 885 9470 5782