Rudolf Steiner’s CALENDAR OF THE SOUL
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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Verse 6 There has arisen from its narrow limitsMy self and finds itselfAs revelation of all worldsWithin the sway of time and space;The world, as archetype divine,Displays to me at every turnThe truth of my own likeness. (Translated from German by Ruth and Hans...
Rudolf Steiner’s Calendar of the Soul in English: Verse 5 for May 10-16, 2020
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