Two Gems from Rudolf Steiner (Abridged / Paperback)
UNIQUELY AVAILABLE: Two early lectures by Rudolf Steiner from 1904 & 1905 in Berlin. Two profound commentaries on the Spiritual Path, exploring core themes of the great mystics, such as, "Thou art That." Only recently were notes of these lectures discovered. It had been assumed for decades that none existed. This is the first time they have ever been published. The notes are somewhat abridged, and as these are from very early in his work, some references need to be updated or clarified. Dr. Anderson's profound insights into the meditative path and the teachings of Steiner shine through his commentary and careful editorial work, as he makes these two fascinating lectures available. A previously unpublished lecture by Rudolf Steiner to members of Theosophical Society, on 30th Oct. 1904. What would one experience if it were possible to be more conscious when dreaming and in dreamless sleep? The lecture from 1904, the early phase of Steiner's work as a spiritual teacher, describes the connection between dreams, deep sleep and the several stages of clairvoyance or divine consciousness. A previously unpublished lecture by Rudolf Steiner to members of Theosophical Society, on 16th October 1905, in Berlin. How does one understand the ancient Vedanta adage, "Thou art that"? The subtle link between the personal self and the wider spiritual environment. The transcendental reality of the Higher-Self, and the relationship of the so-called Masters to those on the spiritual path. Is the so-called 'divine spark' within or without?