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What is Anthroposophy? Workshop

03-03-2017 7:00 pm - 03-03-2017 9:00 pm

March 3, 2017, 7-9 pm, Potluck Social prior at 5:30 pm

A hands on discourse. What can the human being (anthropos) of today do to recognize our inherent wisdom (sophia)
to access the source of spiritual knowledge, for our own inner development, and for the evolution of the earth and all of humanity?

What would it be like to support each other in community, as we strive to penetrate the mystery of our relationship with the spiritual world?

How does this ‘Spiritual Science’ built on the research of Rudolf Steiner, speak to the riddles of existence: our artistic needs, the truth of karma, the mystery of evil, life after death and so much more?

Come Explore this Modern Path of Initiation with: Hazel Archer-Ginsberg – Festivals Coordinator & Council Member of the Chicago Rudolf Steiner Branch, and the Central Regional Council of the Anthroposophical Society. Founder of Reverse Ritual – Understanding Anthroposophy Through the Rhythms of the Year–Presenter, Poet, & Trans-denominational Minister.

Location: Michael Fields Agricultural Institute, East Troy, WI
Workshop Fee: $25  (prior to February 20th, after that the cost will be $30)
Potluck Dinner: free, bring a dish to share

If you are interested in the three part workshop on Saturday also, you can sign up for all 4 for $80 prior to February 20th, $100 after February 20th!  A minimum number of registrants are required to hold this program, so sign up today!

Register online here

Nearby lodging is Quality Inn & Suites, East Troy, WI and Pickwick Inn Bed & Breakfast

Dormitory lodging available at the Institute Friday night, one room with twin bed $25/evening. Limited number of rooms.

For more information or questions contact the Workshops Coordinator at 262-642-3303 ext 100 or email