Acknowledging Illness, But Not Being Defined by It: How Do We Participate in Our Own Healing?

By Adam Blanning, MD Fall 2016, Sacred Nature - Issue #85, Vol. 21 As we once again approach the question, ‚ÄúHow can I participate in my own healing?‚ÄĚ we come to a very personal place. This fourth and final contribution borders on a delicate kind of research. Although it seems to have important practical implications for therapy, it also resonates ... Read More ►

A Teacher’s Message to High School Students: Looking at One’s Reflection Directly РSearching the World for Flowers That Grow Only within Our Own Hearts

By Jeffrey Hipolito Fall 2016, Sacred Nature - Issue #85, Vol. 21 The following address was given at the graduation for the fifteen members of the Class of 2016 at the Seattle Waldorf High School. Dear friends, family, alumni, colleagues, beloved community, It is a difficult assignment to give you a picture of what it is like to work with ... Read More ►

The Fellowship Community; Celebrating Fifty Years of Service, 1966 – 2016

By Ann Scharff and Friends Summer 2016,¬†Society & Community¬†- Issue #84, Vol. 21   Last year we entered into our forty-ninth year‚ÄĒour seventh seven-year period of the Fellowship Community, a dynamic, work-based, intergenerational community founded on the ideas of Rudolf Steiner‚Äôs anthroposophy. Our mission is ‚Äúto care for the elderly and to nurture the body, soul, and spirit within the ... Read More ►

The Power of Perception; Actively Engage in the World and Be Transformed!

By David Tresemer, PhD Summer 2016,¬†Society & Community¬†- Issue #84, Vol. 21   What happens when you perceive something, let‚Äôs say a view of a mountain next to the sea? Let‚Äôs begin with a mechanical point of view. The rods and cones in your eyes take in impressions of shapes, colors, and textures, then they bundle them together in a ... Read More ►

Disciplina-Guiando Estilo √Āngel: Acercarse a la disciplina de un lado puede afianzar la confianza y la cooperaci√≥n

Este art√≠culo ha sido traducido del ingl√©s y originalmente apareci√≥ ¬†en la revista LILIPOH. Esta es una publicaci√≥n trimestral que tiene ¬†fuertes conexiones con la educaci√≥n Waldorf, conceptos de cultivo biodin√°mico y con ¬†la antroposof√≠a de Rudolf Steiner. Somos una voz para motivar cambios sociales, una vida saludable y un estilo de vida hol√≠stico. www.lilipoh.com Agradecemos a Nathalie de los ... Read More ►

Preventing Addiction; Help children find satisfaction and self-worth by giving them opportunities to DO more

By Nancy Blanning Spring 2016, Campaign Finance and the Social Order in the 2016 Election - Issue #83, Vol. 21 This title may seem strange for a column that is regularly focused upon early childhood. But it is in the earliest years of life when addiction prevention forms its bedrock. To understand this, we need to picture the pathway of ... Read More ►

Finding a Living Relationship to the Therapeutic Process

By Adam Blanning, MD Spring 2016, Campaign Finance and the Social Order in the 2016 Election - Issue #83, Vol. 21 There is a curious experience that comes about in the process of learning anthroposophic medicine and its remedies; that is, when you learn about the therapeutic use of a substance, you often then see a whole string of patients ... Read More ►

The Case for Vaccine Choice, Asking the Right Questions

by Joseph Cooney, MD I‚Äôve had many conversations with parents regarding their concerns over the decision of whether or not to vaccinate their children. They are actually quite torn about it. On one hand, the medical world makes the argument that you are either crazy or selfish not to vaccinate. Vaccines help us avoid acute illness and, in doing so, ... Read More ►