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The America Festival by Nancy Poer

The America Festival, May 28-31 2016, at White Feather Ranch, near Placerville, California, became a very special gathering of some wonderful individuals from far and wide, diverse in ethnicity, religion, native country, and all ages.  Nearly sixty in all, we were like stellar microcosm of America united in a common striving of a deeper understanding for the country we love ... 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’s say a view of a mountain next to the sea? Let’s 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 ►

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Quality of Life—An Exploration of Biography and Social Art

By Susan Crozier In 1996, I was 42-years-old and our family relocated to a new state. I was experiencing a difficult time of loneliness, anxiety and a loss of camaraderie. The outer landscape was beautiful but my interior one was a dark wood.  "What direction will lead me out of this wood?" That year, Sunbridge College in Spring Valley, NY, was starting ... Read More ►

Plant Care for the Soul

By Laurieann Quiry Winter 2000, The Soul's Health - Issue #22 The Soul arises from Spirit yet expresses itself through the physical body. The health of our Soul takes attention and cultivation. Giving attention to our Soul can be difficult in the fast-paced world of work, family and responsibilities, yet taking time to pause and let the day's impressions be ... Read More ►

A Signature of Recent Events

By Bernhard Steiner Winter 2001: Tension and Relaxation - Issue #26 “Now the twenty-first century has truly begun” was a statement voiced after the brutal terrorist attacks in September. As the events have sunk into our consciousness our feeling of life has changed. How are we to react appropriately? How can we prepare for what is yet to come? Anthroposophy ... Read More ►

Making the Well-Springs of Health Accessible – The New Task of Medicine

By Michaela Gloeckler, M.D. Issue: Fall 2003, Sleeping and Waking - Issue #33 The underlying principle of salutogenesis which is based on heterostasis* and the activation of the body's own resistance, brings about an all encompassing renewal in all branches of modern medicine. Healthy nutrition with foods grown in a vital and healthy manner is one very important element that ... Read More ►