Nutrition: Food, Health and Spiritual Development, R Steiner10th March 2017
Cosmos, Earth & Nutrition, Richard Thornton Smith10th March 2017
Spiritual Ecology – Reading the Book of Nature and Reconnecting to the World, R Steiner
Today we face an increasing number of challenges connected to our environment – from climate change and extreme weather patterns to deforestation, threats to animal species and ongoing crises in farming and hardly a day goes by without further alarming reports.
How are we to respond – particularly if we wish to take a broader, spiritual view of these events?
In the extracts compiled in this volume, presented here with commentary and notes by Matthew Barton, Steiner speaks about human perception, the earth, water, plants, animals, insects, agriculture and natural catastrophes. Spiritual Ecology offers a wealth of original thought and spiritual insight for anyone who cares about the future of the earth and humanity.
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Rudolf Steiner’s work is full of important, far-sighted perspectives on our relationship as human beings with the natural world and indeed his insights are more relevant today than they were in his time. Spiritual Ecology offers a wealth of original thought and spiritual insight on the future of the Earth and humanity
Steiner offers us a new, conscious equilibrium with nature; we are not entitled simply to exploit the Earth, but neither should we view ourselves as devastating irritants on Earth’s surface. We are an integral part of the evolving natural world from which we arise.
This world surrounds us, and we can rediscover ourselves within it, just as we can find all of nature transformed within us.
The extracts compiled in this volume presented with commentary and notes by Matthew BartonSteiner discuss human perception, the Earth, water, plants, animals, insects, agriculture, and natural catastrophes.