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  • Thursday 14 March
    6.30pm - 8pm

    with Marjatta van Boeschoten

    Developing inner resources for living a more conscious and creative life

    Each of us has the capacity to reach a calm inner space, from where we can draw on our deepest resources to build strong foundations for life. Meditation helps us strengthen the quality of our attention, be more awake and present in the moment and open to fresh possibilities and horizons for the future. From this vantage point we can take up the multiple challenges of life with greater equanimity, resilience, insight and enthusiasm.

    In these three workshops, Marjatta van Boeschoten will draw on indications and exercises given by Rudolf Steiner for developing a western, contemporary meditative practice. Each session will contain content, exercises and conversation and is suitable for both newcomers and those already experienced in meditative practice.

    Marjatta practised as a lawyer, then founded a management consultancy specialising in human development at work. She is the General Secretary of the Anthroposophical Society.

    £10 (£8 conc.) per session
    £25 (£ 20 conc.) for all 3 sessions

    Book online: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/rudolf-steiner-house/e-raqelx
    In person: At the Bookshop (on the day)

  • Thursday 21 March
    7pm - 9pm

    with Barnaby Tobias and Iaia Chiesa

    Rudolf Steiner Bookshop offers An Evening of Poetry. Join us for the sharing of poems, monologues, stories, parts of plays, and all things creative. A casual event where we celebrate the spirit of creativity. All are welcome and encouraged to share something of their own work or another’s they admire. We will have some discussion around the inspiration for certain pieces, with a main emphasis on the practical sharing of work.

    Cash donations are welcome.

    rsh-bookshop@anth.org.uk

  • Thursday 18 April
    7pm - 9pm

    with Barnaby Tobias and Iaia Chiesa

    Rudolf Steiner Bookshop offers An Evening of Poetry. Join us for the sharing of poems, monologues, stories, parts of plays, and all things creative. A casual event where we celebrate the spirit of creativity. All are welcome and encouraged to share something of their own work or another’s they admire. We will have some discussion around the inspiration for certain pieces, with a main emphasis on the practical sharing of work.

    Cash donations are welcome.

    rsh-bookshop@anth.org.uk