Soul Weaving invites you to weave a design for your soul’s journey, bringing together the colors and textures of your personality to reveal its pattern and meaning. A comprehensive introduction to the temperaments, archetypes and soul qualities as defined by Rudolf Steiner, Soul Weaving helps us to better understand ourselves and our relationship to the world.
Soul Weaving shows you how to:
- transform your temperament
- realize and integrate your soul type
- understand the influences of archetypal points of view
- make Life changes
- choose a spiritual path
- lead a balanced life
- cultivate love
- and much more!
A companion to Tapestries, this is a lively and authoritative introduction to spiritual psychology. Betty is also the author of the best seller Between Form and Freedom: A Practical Guide to the Teenage Years, which has been translated into Dutch, German, and Japanese.An accessible psychology and self-help book, Soul Weaving will interest counselors, teachers, educators, doctors, students, and seminar leaders.
About the Author
Betty K. Staley was born in 1938 in the Bronx, New York, attended City University of New York, graduating Phi Beta Kappa with a BA in psychology and a minor in history. She received her Waldorf teacher training at the Michael Hall Teacher Training Course, Sussex, England. She earned her MA in education at St. Mary’s College, Moraga, California. Ms. Staley began her Waldorf teaching at the Sacramento Waldorf School as a kindergarten substitute and handwork teacher, and then became a class teacher from 5th through 8th grade before returning to take a 7th grade, which became the first high school class, graduating in 1978. She guided the high school and taught in it full-time for nineteen years. Ms. Staley a founder of Rudolf Steiner College, Fair Oaks, California. She has been a consultant and guide to Waldorf teachers, both in independent Waldorf schools and in Waldorf methods public schools, and for teachers of at-risk students. A worldwide lecturer on child and adolescent development, multiculturalism, and Waldorf education, Ms. Staley is thus far the author of five books: Tapestries: Weaving Life’s Journey (1997); Soul Weaving: How to Shape Your Destiny and Inspire Your Dreams (2000); Between Form and Freedom: A practical Guide to the Teenage Years (2009); and Africa: A Teacher’s Guide (2017, 2021).