"Whether or not we realize it, biography is coming to be everyone’s concern. It is not only a matter of one’s own life and its personal journey, but also of trying to understand the strange and manifold ways in which other people’s lives unfold.
Self-knowledge and world-knowledge are here inextricably entwined. We live in a world of people, people of all ages and kinds. Our destinies are determined, made possible, even curtailed by the lives of others both near and far; and we, in turn, determine theirs. Each has his own bio-script weaving with ours into the web making up the ongoing human society.”
Studies in Anthroposophy is pleased to announce a winter course in biography. We will discover through our own life experiences the seven-year phases of a human life as described by Rudolf Steiner. Join us to see how this work may reveal life tasks and a new perspective and understanding- not only of ourselves but also of those around us.
When: Eight Sunday afternoons beginning January 26, 3-5:30. No classSun. Feb. 16.
Place: Ashwood Waldorf School
Elizabeth Trocki was a class teacher at the Cape Ann Waldorf School in MA. She has since taught Foundation Studies courses in Lexington MA and Quechee VT on Knowledge of Higher Worlds and Biography. She and her husband moved to Ellsworth Maine last year.