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Awakening to Community

Title: Awakening to Community

Rudolf Steiner

(10 lectures: Dornach and Stuttgart, Jan. - Mar. 1923; GA 257)

These lectures, given after the burning of the first Goetheanum and before
the refounding of the Anthroposophical Society, form an important part of
the history of the Anthroposophical Movement.  Steiner calls for a
"searching of conscience" and without reservation makes an assessment of
the Movement "free from illusions." He explains that in anthroposophical
communities we can experience our first awakening to the spirit in our
encounters with others and describes how the "reversed cultus" forms the
foundation for a new community life.

178pp, Anthroposophic Press

ISBN 0-91014-261-0, Hardbound, AP #16