Saturday, February 1, 2014

‘A world of many levels’

The Anthroposophical Society’s ten-part lecture series “Spiritual Beings and Their Work” will continue with Part Six this month. David Anderson will discuss “The Role of the Hierarchies in Cosmology.” From the publicity:

Spiritual Beings and Their Work
by David Anderson

Wednesday, February 12
7 p.m.

Behind all we perceive with our senses there is actually a world of many levels of being and consciousness. This year we are looking systematically at these invisible beings that are intimately involved with our lives. This month, “The Role of the Hierarchies in Cosmology” focuses on the creative activity of the hierarchies in the development and evolution of worlds and their inhabitants.

The first Waldorf school in North America
is located on East 79th Street in Manhattan.
David Anderson has taught drawing and Wagner painting at Rudolf Steiner School in New York City and around the world. He holds an M.A. in Art, and certificates from Emerson College in Waldorf education, and the Wagner School at the Goetheanum in teaching painting.

Cost per person is $20 for the public, and $15 for members of the Society.

The Anthroposophical Society’s New York City Branch is located at 138 West 15th Street in Manhattan.

Next month’s lecture in this series, “Working of the Hierarchies in World History,” will take place on the 12th. In April, the Society will host its Easter/Passover Program on the 17th, which I’m especially looking forward to. Click here to see the very busy calendar of upcoming events.

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