Honoring the Dead

By Dennis Klocek November 16, 2011
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When people close to us pass away the profound sense of loss is often a cause for feelings of helplessness and despair. In ancient times rituals were devised to help those left behind to understand that the so called dead are in reality still available for relationships with the living.

These four lectures paint a broad picture of some of the subtle patterns of consciousness that Rudolf Steiner has presented as the basis for a new relationship to departed souls.

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The Great Passage

By Dennis Klocek July 8, 2008
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This 7-lecture series covers the four subtle bodies, a survey of dream states, the eternal and temporal aspects of the self, the great paradox of physical existence, expectation and power in pursuit of spiritual experience, healing anxiety, understanding sickness, the role of moods in spiritual research, gesture and mood motif as an approach to conversation with the departed, the heart and the eternal feminine, and foresight and gratitude as healing forces for anxiety.

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