Anthroposophical Society of Hawaii

Anthroposophical Society of Hawaii
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2514 Alaula Way
Honolulu, HI 96822
(808) 988-4555

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Saturday July 1st 7:00pm Lecture/Workshop by Mark Riccio In this workshop we will explore some classic spiritual texts (Plato, Bible, William Blake, Neal Donald Walsch) and see how these authors gave their works a particular type of composition. This workshop will be based on my book The LOGIK OF THE HEART: the organic templates of spiritual writers, Rudolf Steiner, and The Philosophy of Freehood. This workshop is ideal for those searching for a new way of organizing their own writing. It is also a good way to understand Rudolf Steiner's least celebrated contribution - a spiritual way of writing that opens the heart chakra. Teachers may also find this method as a new approach to teaching literature and writing. Mark Riccio Bio: Mark completed his graduate studies in Pedagogy and German Philosophy at Teachers College at Columbia University. After studying Rudolf Steiner's organic-method of writing in Germany, he researched other popular authors' use of the organic method and published his findings in his book, The Logik of the Heart. Mark taught the "Great Books" at North Eastern Illinois University, and more recently at Scottsdale Preparatory Academy (a Great Hearts High School), a school dedicated to teaching classical literature and non-fiction through the discussion/Socratic method. Mark is currently writing on education based on new ways of thinking which bring harmony to form and content. ᐧ

Living Inner Development Recognizing and understanding the effects of inner development and meditation and why it is necessary to experience challenges on the inner path as well as the gifts See the brochure at Lisa Romero Lisa Romero is an Australian complementary health practitioner and adult educator whose primary focus since 2006 has been on teaching inner development and anthroposophical meditation. Through the ‘Inner Work Path’ Lisa offers lectures, courses and retreats for professional and personal development in communities and schools worldwide. She is the author of The Inner Work Path, which focuses on meditation practice, Developing the Self, written to support the inner work and pedagogical understanding of child development, Living Inner Development, offering an understanding of the inner experiences and results of various inner development exercises, and her latest book Sex Education and the Spirit. Monday, April 24, 7:30PM Donation Anthroposophical Society 2514 Alaula Way at University and Oʻahu Avenue Manoa Valley, Honolulu, 395-1268

Upcoming: School of Spiritual Science Reading of Recapitulation Lesson 1 9 AM Sunday, September 18 at the Society Center, 2514 Alaula Way. Blue card required

2nd Annual Visual Arts Intensive—Painting and Drawing for Teachers and Parents with Van James Sunday, June 12 to Friday, June 17, 2016, mornings only Honolulu Waldorf School, MaKai Campus, Honolulu, Hawaii Go to for more information
This six-day drawing and painting retreat for teachers, artists, therapists and parents will take place from Sunday morning, June 12 to Friday afternoon, June 17, 2016. The course will look at how children first learn to draw and paint and how to best promote these arts with techniques and lessons a...

Upcoming event at the Kahumana Farm festival, May 21!