Anthroposophy NYC maintains the following blogs:
- Special blog series KEEP TALKING (dispatches from social isolation)
- Monthly MEETING OUR TIMES with articles by the members of the Anthroposophical Society in America New York Branch
- Weekly Calendar of the Soul by Rudolf Steiner in English translation
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As the likelihood of a swift return to onsite gatherings at Anthroposophy NYC, our ASA branch at 138 West 15th Street, fades, the need to be together in soul and spirit grows. KEEP TALKING (dispatches from social isolation) is born out of this need,a need to bridge physical limitations through many and various means.
What qualifies as a Keep Talking item? Lots of things, gifts from what wells up out of this singular moment in our life as a community and culture. Something you write (keep it to a page or three at most), a portrait or photo or poem (written or recited), a short video you make, a reminiscence—and don’t forget the spirit of humor (cosmic or homespun).
Click on the button above to read a more detailed description and instructions how to submit your entry, and to see what others have contributed so far.
MEETING OUR TIMES is the main blog with articles by the members of the Anthroposophical Society in America New York Branch, or other authors by invitation. Posts are published once a month, or more often.
If you are a current member of Anthroposophy NYC and have an article that you would like to share, send us a message to programs (at) asnyc.org. The material can be in written form, or as audio or video recording. We will review your submission and follow up with you.
And click on the button above the read the current posts by Jonathan Hilton, Walter Alexander, Marta Stemberger, Dan Mackenzie, and more. The topic from the spiritual science perspective range from festivals and astrosophy to eurythmy, as well as medical science, psychology, biodynamics, to name a few topics.
In 1912, the Austrian esoteric philosopher and spiritual leader Rudolf Steiner published a little booklet, called CALENDAR OF THE SOUL, with a verse for each week of the year. He suggests that we begin on Easter Sunday, a celebration of Soul’s victory over death, which is the first Sunday after the full moon following the Spring Equinox. The Soul’s annual journey then follows the path of the Sun and the Moon across the sky.
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