Whenever we put together an issue on education, it comes together quite effortlessly. In fact, there are so many authors in our community who have important messages to share about the education of children that LILIPOH could easily become a magazine with a purely educational focus. Continue Reading...
A Need Still Evident: Karl Ege and the Future of Education
By Sarah Hearn
Back in the ‘70s, a leader of the Waldorf movement, Karl Ege, wrote a powerful collection of essays, entitled An Evident Need of Our Time (Adonis Press, 1979). The essays centered around his concern for our increasingly stunted relationship to nature, and the future of education. He created a new picture for the future of schooling, wherein meaningful work and immersion in nature find thoughtful integration with cognitive education. Continue Reading...
The Etheric Body and Health
Alicia Landman-Reiner, MD, and Glenda Monasch, TE
A therapeutic collaboration between an anthroposophic medical doctor and a therapeutic eurythmist
Anthroposophic medicine is most fully realized when practiced through a multi-disciplinary approach. In much the same way that an illness may be expressed through varied symptoms and manifestations, so, too are the manifold therapeutic approaches that can work to support that disease process. Continue Reading...