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Rudolf Steiner, First Goetheanum, (1920)

"After an abortive attempt to build a centre for the anthroposophical movement in Munich, Rudolf Steiner was able to erect the headquarters of his new organization not far from Basel. His entirely timber-clad design was made in 1913. Building soon began and the first Goetheanum was opened in 1920. At the same time, strange edifices connected with the movement grew up around the new ‘temple’ in the grounds at Dornach. The Goetheanum was burnt down on New Year’s Eve, 1922/3 and was replaced by a new building in reinforced concrete. Steiner’s work falls into no stylistic category, its idiosyncrasies and originality makes it as unique as the Czech phase of Rondo-Cubism."

DISTANCE EDUCATION COORDINATOR

SYDNEY RUDOLF STEINER COLLEGE

This position has responsibility for the overall managementof two part-time Distance courses in Rudolf Steiner Education.

We envisage an applicant who has excellent organisationaland communication skills and enjoys a varied position with responsibility. Good computer skills and some background in Rudolf Steiner education or Anthroposophy are also essential.

8 hours per week

This is a unique position in our College as it allows for some work at home and some in the office, in the Sydney CBD.

 We provide 2 hours a week of administrative support for this position.

Currently the College offers the accredited Advanced Diploma of Rudolf Steiner Education and non-accredited courses in Steiner Distance Education and Early Childhood Teaching, and Short Courses in Anthroposophical Studies.

A Duty Statement is available.

Applications close 30 April, 2015

Applications should include:

·        A letter of Introduction

·        Current Curriculum Vitae and contact details for two referees.

·        Any relevant supporting documents

Applications and enquiries should be directed to:

Barbara Fisher

Lead Coordinator

Ph: (02) 9261 4001

Email: coordinator@sydneyrudolfsteinercollege.com

anthroposophy

“The increasing intellectualization of consciousness, initially a progressive direction of evolution, has led to an excessive reliance on abstraction and a loss of contact with both natural and spiritual realities.

After the death of the physical body, the human spirit recapitulates the past life, perceiving its events as they were experienced by the objects of its actions. A complex transformation takes place between the review of the past life and the preparation for the next life.” - wikipedia


[T]he world from which the soul descends has no spatial forms or lines, [but] it does have color intensities, color qualities. Which is to say that the world man inhabits between death and a new birth…is a soul-permeated, spirit-permeated world of light, of color, of tone; a world of qualities not quantities; a world of intensities rather than extensions.” — Rudolf Steiner, THE ARTS AND THEIR MISSION (Anthroposophic Press, 1964), p. 23 - https://sites.google.com/site/waldorfwatch/anthro-art

- This “technique taught in Waldorf schools in which the picture is built up by drawing short,
slanting lines [evokes] creative, dynamic forces at work in nature.”
— H. van Oort, ANTHROPOSOPHY A-Z (Rudolf Steiner Press, 2011), p. 98. - https://sites.google.com/site/waldorfwatch/anthro-art

Foundations in Meditative Practice

This course describes how meditation strengthens the soul in relationship to the spirit. Rudolf Steiner gave exercises & meditations to strengthen the human being in developing consciousness. This course explores inner work, the birth of the higher self & the spiritual year. Those who wish to establish a meditative life and long-term meditants have found this work invaluable.

LISA ROMERO is a complementary health practitioner and adult educator who has applied anthroposophy to her practice since 1990 and delivered education enriched  with anthroposophy since 1998. From 2006 the primary focus of her work has been teaching inner development & anthroposophical meditation. She brings a depth of insight that is reflected in the experiences and changes of the participants who share in this work.

Location: Sydney Rudolf Steiner College, 307 Sussex St Sydney

Dates: 24th August –  27th August

Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday

Time: 9.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.

Cost: $420

Foundations of Meditative Practice with Lisa Romero

This course describes how and why various meditations and exercises work to strengthen the soul and its relationship to the spiritual world. Rudolf Steiner gave many exercises and meditations to strengthen the human being through its journey of developing consciousness. Together we will explore the inner work, the birth of the higher self, the spiritual year and how exercises can bring us closer to our own experience of these processes. This will enable us to both hold and further our daily practices. Those wishing to establish a meditative life and long-term meditants have found this work invaluable in deepening their relationship to the path.

LISA ROMERO is a complementary health practitioner and adult educator who has applied anthroposophy to her practice since 1990 and delivered  education enriched  with anthroposophy since 1998.  from 2006 the primary focus of her work has been teaching inner development and  anthroposophical meditation. Steiner Books has  published her books: “The Inner Work Path — A Foundation for Meditative Practice in the Light  of Anthroposophy” and “Developing the Self –  Through the Inner Work  Path in the Light of Anthroposophy“.

Lisa lectures and presents course and retreats on the inner work and anthroposophical meditation for professional and personal development. These are offered throughout  the year in many communities worldwide. Lisa’s capacity to deliver esoteric wisdom with insight and understanding  allows her to meet diverse needs of communities and  professions.

For several years Lisa was the lecturer for Health and Nutrition and male/Female Studies at Sydney Rudolf Steiner College where she now continues to lecture the tutors on inner development. She also designed and facilitated the Educaredo Towards health and Healing course.  this training ran eight, year-long course working with therapists from all modalities as well as Waldorf teachers to bring the practical application of therapeutic and pedagogical methods.  she continues to teach numerous trainings and seminars for several organisations.

Essentially Lisa’s work springs from the inner work, meditation and exercises together with a dedication to the path of unfolding consciousness.  She brings a depth of insight that is reflected in the experiences and changes of the participants who share in this work.

Location: Sydney Rudolf Steiner College, 307 Sussex St Sydney

Dates: 24th August –  27th August

Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday

Time: 9.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.

Cost: $420

Foundations of Meditative Practice with Lisa Romero

This course describes how and why various meditations and exercises work to strengthen the soul and its relationship to the spiritual world.  Rudolf Steiner gave many exercises and meditations to strengthen the human being through its journey of developing consciousness.  Together we will explore the inner work, the birth of the higher self, the spiritual year and how exercises can bring us closer to our own experience of these processes.  This will enable us to both hold and further our daily practices.  those wishing to establish a meditative life and long-term meditants have found this work invaluable in deepening their relationship to the path. 

LISA ROMERO is a complementary health practitioner and adult educator who has applied anthroposophy to her practice since 1990 and delivered education enriched with anthroposophy since 1998.  from 2006 the primary focus of her work has been teaching inner development and anthroposophical meditation.  Steiner Books has published her books: “The Inner Work Path — A Foundation for Meditative Practice in the Light of Anthroposophy" and "Developing the Self — Through the Inner Work path in the Light of Anthroposophy”.

Lisa lectures and presents course and retreats on the inner work and anthroposophical meditation for professional and personal development.  These are offered throughout the year in many communities worldwide.  Lisa’s capacity to deliver esoteric wisdom with insight and understanding  allows her to meet diverse needs of communities and professions.

For several years Lisa was the lecturer for Health and Nutrition and male/Female Studies at Sydney Rudolf Steiner College where she now continues to lecture the tutors on inner development.  She also designed and facilitated the Educaredo Towards health and Healing course.  this training ran eight, year-long course working with therapists from all modalities as well as Waldorf teachers to bring the practical application of therapeutic and pedagogical methods.  she continues to teach numerous trainings and seminars for several organisations.

Essentially Lisa’s work springs from the inner work, meditation and exercises together with a dedication to the path of unfolding consciousness.  She brings a depth of insight that is reflected in the experiences and changes of the participants who share in this work.

Foundations of Meditative Practice with Lisa Romero

This course describes how and why various meditations and exercises work to strengthen the soul and its relationship to the spiritual world. Rudolf Steiner gave many exercises and meditations to strengthen the human being through its journey of developing consciousness. Together we will explore the inner work, the birth of the higher self, the spiritual year and how exercises can bring us closer to our own experience of these processes. This will enable us to both hold and further our daily practices. Those wishing to establish a meditative life and long-term meditants have found this work invaluable in deepening their relationship to the path.

LISA ROMERO is a complementary health practitioner and adult educator who has applied anthroposophy to her practice since 1990 and delivered  education enriched  with anthroposophy since 1998.  from 2006 the primary focus of her work has been teaching inner development and  anthroposophical meditation. Steiner Books has  published her books: “The Inner Work Path — A Foundation for Meditative Practice in the Light  of Anthroposophy” and “Developing the Self –  Through the Inner Work  Path in the Light of Anthroposophy“.

Lisa lectures and presents course and retreats on the inner work and anthroposophical meditation for professional and personal development. These are offered throughout  the year in many communities worldwide. Lisa’s capacity to deliver esoteric wisdom with insight and understanding  allows her to meet diverse needs of communities and  professions.

For several years Lisa was the lecturer for Health and Nutrition and male/Female Studies at Sydney Rudolf Steiner College where she now continues to lecture the tutors on inner development. She also designed and facilitated the Educaredo Towards health and Healing course.  this training ran eight, year-long course working with therapists from all modalities as well as Waldorf teachers to bring the practical application of therapeutic and pedagogical methods.  she continues to teach numerous trainings and seminars for several organisations.

Essentially Lisa’s work springs from the inner work, meditation and exercises together with a dedication to the path of unfolding consciousness.  She brings a depth of insight that is reflected in the experiences and changes of the participants who share in this work.

Location: Sydney Rudolf Steiner College, 307 Sussex St Sydney

Dates: 24th August –  27th August

Days: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday

Time: 9.00 a.m. – 3.00 p.m.

Cost: $420

This course describes how and why various meditations and exercises work to strengthen the soul and its relationship to the spiritual world.  Rudolf Steiner gave many exercises and meditations to strengthen the human being through its journey of developing consciousness. Together we will explore the inner work, the birth of the higher self, the spiritual year and how exercises can bring us closer to our own experience of these processes.  This will enable us to both hold and further our daily practices. Those wishing to establish a meditative life and long-term meditants have found this work invaluable in deepening their relationship to the path.

LISA ROMERO is a complementary health practitioner and adult educator who has applied anthroposophy to her practice since 1990 and delivered education enriched with anthroposophy since 1998.  from 2006 the primary focus of her work has been teaching inner development and anthroposophical meditation.  Steiner Books has published her books: The Inner Work Path — A Foundation for Meditative Practice in the Light of Anthroposophy" and "Developing the Self — Through the Inner Work Path in the Light of Anthroposophy”.

Lisa lectures and presents course and retreats on the inner work and anthroposophical meditation for professional and personal development. These are offered throughout the year in many communities worldwide.  Lisa’s capacity to deliver esoteric wisdom with insight and understanding  allows her to meet diverse needs of communities and professions.

For several years Lisa was the lecturer for Health and Nutrition and male/Female Studies at Sydney Rudolf Steiner College where she now continues to lecture the tutors on inner development.  She also designed and facilitated the Educaredo Towards health and Healing course.  this training ran eight, year-long course working with therapists from all modalities as well as Waldorf teachers to bring the practical application of therapeutic and pedagogical methods.  she continues to teach numerous trainings and seminars for several organisations.

Essentially Lisa’s work springs from the inner work, meditation and exercises together with a dedication to the path of unfolding consciousness.  She brings a depth of insight

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