An online talk by Peter Selg
January 20 at 9 am Pacific Coast Time
This event is offered by the Faust Branch in Sacramento, California.
At the 1923 Christmas Conference, Rudolf Steiner re-founded the Anthroposophical Society. In the months following, Steiner lectured many times about karma and reincarnation. Of particular note, are twelve talks given in Dornach between February 16 and March 23.
In this same period, Steiner gave a series of lectures, presenting “Esoteric Lessons for the First Class of the School for Spiritual Science. These inaugurated “The First Class.”
To mark the centenary of these lecture cycles, Dr. Peter Selg is offering two on-line presentations accessible to friends in North America.
Dr. Peter Selg is one of the leading figures in the Anthroposophical movement. Trained as a medical doctor with a specialty in pediatric psychiatry, he has practiced, done research, and taught at several noted Anthroposophical medical institutions. In 2006, he founded The Ita Wegman Institute for Basic Research into Anthroposophy in Arlesheim, Switzerland, and still directs that organization. Dr. Selg is Co-leader of the General Anthroposophical Section of the School for Spiritual Science and member of the Goetheanum leadership committee. A prolific author, he has written literally scores of books and articles dealing with Dr. Steiner, Anthroposophy, and the many sister movements.