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Anthroposophy in Everyday Life

by Rudolf Steiner

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0880104279, Paperback)

These are four of Rudolf Steiner’s best-loved lectures. In-cluded are “Practical Training in Thought,” “Overcoming Nervousness,” “Facing Karma,” and “The Four Temperaments.” With its many practical exercises, mantras, and meditations, this book is a fundamental introduction for anyone entering the path of inner development.

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Four lectures by Rudolf Steiner demonstrate that working out of a spiritual perspective can enchance our ability to deal creatively with the varied situations lifes brings us.

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