“Anthroposophy is a path of knowledge, to guide the spiritual in the human being to the spiritual in the universe.” Rudolf Steiner
Great Lakes Waldorf Institute is delighted to offer a mid-summer morning dedicated to exploring Rudolf Steiner’s path to spiritual understanding:
Anthroposophy, the Gospels, and the Future of Humanity: A brief introduction to the study of Anthroposophy with Claudia Browne
What: In this morning class we will study this wonderfully translated and abridged lecture, which is an elegant summary of at least six complicated anthroposophical themes: the relationship of anthroposophy to religion, the evolution of consciousness, mythology, biological evolution, the path of initiation, and, above all, the meaning of the Incarnation. Accompanying our study will be some artistic exercises in geometric drawing.
Saturday, July 21st, 2018 – 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
Tamarack Waldorf School
1150 E Brady Street,
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Who: This class is open to anyone interested in exploring the relationship between the spiritual world and humanity through the work of Rudolf Steiner.
- $35 for the weekend if registered by June 5th
- $45 after June 5th
- $25 for Great Lake Waldorf Institute students (Students please use DONATE tab)
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About Claudia Browne
Claudia Browne has been a class teacher since 1990, accompanying four different classes~at the Waldorf School of Milwaukee, then Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor. Having retired from class teaching in June of 2017, she currently enjoys her various new responsibilities mentoring teachers, providing extra support to middle school students, teaching a few high school classes and occasionally substituting in main lessons. Claudia has previously taught for Great Lakes Waldorf Institute and the Waldorf Institute of Southeastern Michigan and continues her role as AWSNA (Association of Waldorf Schools of North America) delegate for Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor.
Claudia loves spending time with her grandchildren, reading, singing in a choir, traveling to far-off places, and meeting weekly with her long-standing Steiner study group of colleagues.