Event Details

  • When: Saturday, 02 March 2019
  • Dates:  Sat 2nd - Sun 3rd March

    Times:  Sat 9:00am-20:30pm, Sun 9:00am-13:30pm

    Tuition Fees: £75

    *For prices for on-campus accomodation options and delicious biodynamic meals click the link below.

    Where:  Emerson College, Hartfield Road, Forest Row, East Sussex, UK

    Booking Info:  Click here to book

     

WEEKEND WORKSHOP: Exploring the Etheric and Astral Basis of Cognition

WEEKEND WORKSHOP: Exploring the Etheric and Astral Basis of Cognition

Lecture Study 1: The Ego as Experience of Consciousness: Lecture 2 Dornach 13th August 1921 - led by Linda Mckeown.

 

A new series of Steiner lecture studies, invites participants to deepen their anthroposophical understanding of the psychological basis of soul life and its potential pathology.

The programme, building on previous seminars with Dr. Broder von Laue, will be co-ordinated by Drs. James Dyson and Pablo Jeczmien. 

Each lecture study will be overseen by one of the participants, agreed in advance and this to enable the workshops to benefit from  diversity of leadership while maintaining an agreed basic methodology.

These studies, which are designed to deepen an understanding of complex textual material, have a broadly based context and any person with an interest on anthroposophy is welcome to join, irrespective of previous participation. However some familiarity with lectures already studied would be recommended - for details, please refer to Dr Jeczmien (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). 

Revised translations of each lecture will be circulated in advance to each participant prior to the workshop.

Workshop/Seminar Details 

2 & 3 March 2019 - The Ego as Experience of Consciousness: Lecture 2 Dornach 13th August 1921 - led by Linda Mckeown

22 & 23 June 2019 - The Ego as Experience of Consciousness: Lecture 3 Dornach 14th August 1921 - led by Valerie Sands

5 & 6 October 2019 - Pastoral Medicine GA 318: Lecture 5 Dornach 12th September 1924