• Six Exercises for Basic Esoteric Development

    Posted by Christopherus

    Rudolf Steiner gave six exercises which are fundamental to his meditative work. No. 1 – The Control of Thought The first exercise has to do with the control of thinking. It is designed to keep our minds from wandering, to…

  • Homemaking Together: Restoring the Family Ecosystem

    Posted by Christopherus

    by Lea Page Today’s parents have high expectations for themselves and for their children. They have an image of where they want their families to be, but daily hassles make that image hard to reach. And anytime we get caught…

  • Anthroposophy

    Posted by Christopherus

    “Anthroposophy is a path of knowledge, to guide the Spiritual in the human being to the Spiritual in the universe. It arises as a need of the heart, of the life of feeling; and it can be justified only inasmuch…

  • What is a Trained Waldorf Teacher?

    Posted by Christopherus

    For the first time in 12 years of business, my lack of having a certificate from a Waldorf teacher training institute has been queried. How interesting this whole question is to me! First, thank you to the homeschooling mother who…

  • Tea with Donna Question and Answers

    Posted by Christopherus

    The Transition from Kindergarten to the Grades This is a really good question for homeschoolers to put some thought into. Although part of the point of the kindergarten years is to create healthy forms which can then be the basis…

  • Relating to Anthroposophy

    Posted by Christopherus

    By Donna Simmons At some point in one’s early explorations of Waldorf education, one will surely come across a host of unfamiliar terms and concepts relating to anthroposophy. My intention in this short piece is to take a brief look…

  • Join the Rudolf Steiner Library!

    Posted by Christopherus

    I know a lot of you are in the midst of preparing for the upcoming year – and I just want to remind you all of an invaluable resource for homeschoolers working with Waldorf education. The Rudolf Steiner Library in…

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