EXPERIENCE AND EXPLORE EURYTHMY with ANDREW N. DZEDULIONIS
September 25, October 16 & 23, and December 4
2:30 - 4:30 PM
Suggested contribution: $10 - $25
Eurythmy is a new artistic form of movement brought into the world by Rudolf Steiner. Through the movements we come to understand balance and nourishment in the body, soul and spirit. As an art leading into the future, eurythmy brings inner balance and harmony, while making visible both music and the spoken word. The theme for eurythmic exploration in the coming sessions will be the inspiring mantric verses by Rudolf Steiner from his Calendar of the Soul. Live music will complement the mood of the verses and help us feel how the rhythms resonate in us.
Please wear comfortable clothing. If you have soft ballet type shoes, please bring them. All are welcome!
MICHAELMAS PUPPET PLAY
Presented by Lisa Borhaug, Waldorf Early Childhood Teacher
SATURDAY OCTOBER 2, 5:30 - 6:00 PM
Delight your inner child … and/or bring your children to a puppet play to celebrate the season.
MICHA’EL, THE OTHER ANGEL OF THE APOCALYPSE
Michaelmas Talk with REV. RAFAL NOWAK
Priest at the Christian Community Los Angeles
SATURDAY OCTOBER 2, 7:30 - 9:30 PM
‘War in Heaven’ and its consequences are at the heart of the Book of Revelation of John. In his talk, Reverend Nowak will speak about the struggle between the Archangel and the Beast of the Abyss reaching its peak in human history every 666 years.
BUILDING THE TEMPLE OF THE HEART
The Anthroposophical Society of America’s
Annual Conference and Member’s Meeting
THURSDAY - SUNDAY, OCTOBER 7 - 10
Join us for Building the Temple of the Heart, co-sponsored by the Central Regional Council. This conference will be online and recorded. There will also be opportunities to gather at various branches around the country to experience the conference in person.
The Rudolf Steiner Community Center will host the ASA conference with online screening of keynote speakers, as well as in-person viewing. Refreshments will be available. Detailed plans and the daily schedule for in-person events, including conversation and artistic offerings will be announced here on our website as the schedule develops.
2021 KEYNOTE PRESENTERS
Dr. Michaela Glöckler, pediatrician, has been for 28 years the Head of the Medical Section at the Goetheanum, the Anthroposophic School of Spiritual Science in Dornach, Switzerland. During this time, she was lecturing worldwide the integrative medical model of Anthroposophic Medicine. Before that she worked in the pediatric department of the Community Hospital in Herdecke, Germany and served as school doctor for the Rudolf Steiner School in Witten, Germany. She is Co-founder of the Alliance for Childhood and the European Alliance of Initiatives for applied Anthroposophy/ELIANT. Publications in English: Education for the Future, Guide to Child Health, The Dignity of the Young Child, Ethical Considerations in Medicine, Education – Health for Life, Education as Preventive Medicine, Medicine at the Threshold, A Healing Education, Developmental Insights, Truth, Beauty and Goodness: The Future of Education, Healing Arts and Health Care.
Brian Gray is a teacher, lecturer, musician, architect, and author on topics drawn from Anthroposophy – the work of Rudolf Steiner. He loves to share insights from the realms of star wisdom, biography, cosmology, sacred architecture, and esoteric Christianity. Brian was core faculty at Rudolf Steiner College in Fair Oaks, California from 1981-2017 and Director of the Foundation in Anthroposophy Program for 18 years. Brian received a BA in Architecture from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a Master of Landscape Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. Inspired by René Querido, Brian received a certificate in Waldorf Teacher Education at RSC (1979 to 1981). Some of his work can be found at the websites wisecosmos.org and thestarhouse.org.