Steiner Online Library Spiritual Science for Human Evolution

Theosophy
GA 9

Recommendation

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A brief selection of literature recommended for study:

Occult Science — an Outline

The Philosophy of Freedom

Christianity as Mystical Fact and the Mysteries of Antiquity

Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment

Lecture Courses:

Anthroposophy, An Introduction

Reincarnation and Karma: Their Significance in Modern Culture

Man as a Picture of the Living Spirit

Man as a Being of Sense and Perception: a Study of the Functions of the Soul

The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind

Man in the Light of Occultism, Theosophy and Philosophy

Lecture Courses on all the four Gospels:

The Gospel of St. Matthew

The Gospel of St. Mark

The Gospel of St. Luke

The Gospel of St. John

Two volumes on the life and work of Rudolf Steiner (published by Hodder & Stoughton, London).

A Scientist of the Invisible, by A. P. Shepherd, D.D.

The Faithful Thinker (essays by various authors).

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Quotes

"You can see from this, my dear friends, what mischief will be set on foot if the truths of Spiritual Science are withheld. For man will be exposed to the forces of evil, and he will only be protected from it by giving himself up to the spiritual life of the good. To withhold the spiritual life of goodness from men is to be no friend to humanity. Whoever does this, be he Freemason or Jesuit, is no friend to humanity. For it means handing men over to the forces of evil. And there may be a purpose in doing so. This purpose may be to confine goodness to a small circle, in order by the help of this goodness to dominate the helpless humanity who are thus led by evil into the follies of life."

—Rudolf Steiner,
Spiritual Science Notes On Goethe's Faust, Vol. II, No. 273-8.

Spiritual Exercises

Calendar of the Soul

In 1912 Rudolf Steiner offered a “calendar of the soul” with weekly verses that express how the changing seasons in both the outer natural world and our inner lives help humanity evolve. Download and read the verses in four translations with commentary by Eloise Krivosheia of the Los Angeles Branch of the Anthroposophical Society.

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2021-2022 Calendar Dates