Rudolf Steiner

Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) was an austrian philosopher, literary scholar, educator and artist.
He believed that working along with the spiritual worlds enriches the life of the individual and the world.He brought forth out of his spiritual experiences an abundance of scientific, medicinal, agricultural, social, educational, architectural and artistic renewal.

Rudolf Steiner called this spiritual science, ‘Anthroposophy’, meaning ‘wisdom of the human being’.
Anthroposophy is non-religious and enhances other traditional practitioners’ endeavours.

Author of dozens of books, Steiner also gave approximately 6,000 lectures on a wide range of subjects. He initiated Waldorf education, biodynamic farming and gardening, an approach to the care and education of the disabled, anthroposophical medical work, and an art of movement called eurythmy.

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