In 1922 the hundreds of workers from 17 nations engaged in the construction of Rudolf Steiner's first Goetheanum building arranged for Steiner to give them a daily lecture after their morning coffee break. Rudolf Steiner not only had the workers set the lecture themes but also welcomed their questions and comments. This second volume of nine of these talks retains the vital, coloquial, and spontaneous qualities of the first volume. The workers continued to show a special interest in therapeutics and health, but phenomena from all the kingdoms of nature as well as their cosmic origins were also touched upon. [...]
This is an English translation First Edition of A lecture about Jacob Boehme. It was given by Rudolf Steiner in Berlin on January 9th 1913. This lecture is the 7th of 14 lectures from a lecture series entitled, Results of Spiritual Investigation, published in German as, Ergebnisse der Geistesforschung.
Link: http://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/GA062/English/AP1942/JacBom_index.html [...]
These question and answer periods with the workmen of the first Goetheanum cover a wide variety of topics related to health and illness occurring during different periods of life, the formation of the human ear, the thyroid and hormones, treatments for mental and physical rejuvenation, and more.
Link: http://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/GA348/English/AP1981/HltIl1_index.html [...]
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