Dr. Ben-Aharon with the late Christine Ballivet
…is what makes everything into event; it makes everything new
“What is the Spiritual Event of our time?- expressed simply, it is an encounter with vibrant, quickening, Life, as an ever-occurring invitation to join the stream of becoming, creativity and invention in each moment. The Christ event ceaselessly reminds us of our potentials and the world’s potentials, and of the possibility, in each moment, to choose to wake up, actualize them, and become more human. It’s the true potential of present and future community, to what extent people can draw closer together today- if they choose to do so out of their freedom- and to what extent they can enhance their individual and group creativity in doing so”.
- IN MEMORY OF ALAIN RESNAIS -
IN MEMORY OF ALAIN RESNAIS
“The image no longer has space and movement as its primary characteristics but topology and time.”
Deleuze pages about Resnais (in Cinema 2: The Time [...]
- From My Wendelsberg Nots (V): Lecture 3: The Philosophy of Freedom - The school of spiritual science: What is the Philosophy of Freedom?
(from my Wendelsberg notes, V) Author notes from my 3rd Lecture, Saturday, 15. 2 What is the Philosophy [...]
- The school of spiritual science (from my Wendelsberg notes, III): 1st Lecture -
The school of spiritual science
(from my Wendelsberg notes, III)
Author notes from my 1st lecture, Wednesday evening, February 12
The first lecture was dedicated to the question, what [...]
- The School of Spiritual Science (from my Wendelsberg notes) -
The School of Spiritual Science
(from my Wendelsberg notes, I)
The school of spiritual science (just in case you heard something else about it…) is truly only about struggeling [...]
- Annual Global School Meeting: The School of Spiritual Science in the 21st Century -
The School of Spiritual Science in the 21st Century
With Yeshayahu Ben-Aharon and the colleagues in the School of Spiritual Science and the Global Event College
Wendelsberg, Gothenburg, Sweden
Lecture Tours 2014
2014 Lectures and Workshops with Dr Yeshayahu Ben-Aharon
The Two Pillars of Anthroposophical Spiritual Activity
Meditation and the New Michaelic Creative Activity
The path of meditation, described by Rudolf Steiner in his basic books, leads the soul to experience its eternal spiritual origins in order to be able to incarnate and embody the whole human being in the physical world. On the other hand, in order to meet the needs of our modern, active daily life, Steiner introduced the practice of what he called "the new Michaelic Yoga", as a new spiritual activity adapted to creative engagement and involvement in the modern social and cultural life.
These are the two pillars of a fully modern Anthroposophical spiritual development.
In his lectures and workshops Yeshayahu will describe his experiences and research of the path of meditation and the new yoga, and will offer practical exercises and advice to help the participants individualise and intensify their Anthroposophical spiritual development and activity.
School for Spiritual Science
The aim of the Global School
is to develop and implement methods to understand, experience, and apply the new creative forces that stream from the real Spiritual Event and impulse of our time. It operates in North America, Europe, Scandinavia, UK and Israel. Its participants are people actively engaged in contemporary social life, actively working to apply the forces of the spiritual event of our time in their daily life.