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Имя: Path of Rudolf Steiner - Part 2
Дата: 2009-05-29 20:20
Описание: Go to http://www.philosophyoffreedom.com for full uncut 3 part video and more. The Philosophy of Freedom online: http://www.philosophyoffreedom.com/no... Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) Path of Anthroposophy "Anyone interested in looking for them will find the basic principles of anthroposophy already enunciated in this book." It takes no great effort of will to observe and then think about one's observations. It takes energy to engage in the activity of sense-free thinking. People have to be shown how to get beyond merely poetical, artistic imagination to creative moral imagination. The content of The Philosophy of Freedom (POF) is not contrived or the results of mystical superstition, but rather in the strictest sense the result of introspective observation verifiable by others. You will find nothing at all in the POF that is derived from clairvoyant communications of spiritual science. It is written for the express purpose of disciplining thinking without any mention of theosophy. In the first decade of the 20th century, August Ewerbeck got word that there were intimate circles in which Rudolf Steiner gave special esoteric training to those admitted to them. So he asked his teacher whether he too might be allowed to attend, and received the astonishing reply: You dont need to! You have understood my POF! "Too many seeking experience in all sorts of unclear paths, nebulous mystical approaches, attached themselves to what anthroposophy was trying to achieve in clarity. This group of people attracted the attention of a lot of ill-disposed persons who now attack what people with whom I have no connection whatsoever have been saying. But in these attacks they attribute to 'me' what these vague mystics have produced as their own twisted version of something intended to meet the urgent needs of our modern culture. What is needed is the brightest clarity in everything that has to do with thinking, not vague mysticism.