Listening Our Way to the Future
Workshop with John Bloom, General Secretary, Anthroposophical Society in America
Sunday, June 5, 4:00 pm to 8:30 pm
Including potluck supper
Mettabee Farm and Arts, Harlemville
RSVP by June 3 requested
For members and friends of the Anthroposophical Society.
In this afternoon/evening workshop, we will explore what we have learned and what has changed over the last few years as we individually and in community prepare for the next one hundred years. The first one hundred years of anthroposophy birthed many beneficial ideas and practical applications, as the recognition of the reality of spirit was brought into the work in the material world. Many opportunities and challenges lay ahead if this pathway is to remain vital. How will members and friends take up this work? Within a framework of social threefolding and the consciousness shift needed to implement the concepts, we will explore our economic landscape, the formation of agreements, and what freedom in the cultural sphere means. There will be short presentations, artistic work, time for reflection, peer engagement, and Q & A.
Please RSVP by Friday, June 3, to Gary Lamb at [email protected]
Donations accepted to help cover expenses.
Potluck supper—drinks and supper ware will be provided.