Translated by Marjorie Spock These letters and guidelines were among
the last writings by Steiner. Their significance has yet to be fully
recognized. This is a human guidebook for the 21st Century. It is a
collection of 29 letters to the members of the Anthroposophical Society.
These letters are in addition to the 18 letters contained in the
collection, The Life, Nature and Cultivation of Anthroposophy,
cited above. This book is also known as Letters to the Members, II.
A collection of short essays by Steiner for the members of the
Anthroposophical Society. They were written near the end of Steiner's
life and in a way summarize, in highly concentrated form, the whole of
anthroposophy. Each essay ends with a short summary of its contents
and these are known as the “leading thoughts.” The leading
thoughts are mantras and can be used quite fruitfully for meditation.