The Human Life
The Human Life
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The Human Life

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The Human Life is a contribution to biography work that explores the various chapters of a human lifetime in the context of an anthroposophical world view.  Cosmic evolution, destiny, and karma are discussed as they relate to one’s life and to the lives of others. The Human Life is a helpful guide to have as one travels the path of self-knowledge and tries to understand the encounters one meets – and possibly gets tripped up by – along the way.

The enclosed Life-Chart Poster lets one see aspects of the physical, life, soul, and ego, as well as the patterns that show themselves in this incarnation of yourself.  The Human Life has previously been described as being an accessible introduction to anthroposophy.

About the Author

George and Gisela O’Neil led work at the New York branch of the Anthroposophical Society in America for 14 years. They established a program for training speakers and co-authored a series of studies in the field, which form the basis of this volume. George O’Neil formulated a methodology of the new organic-living thinking required for the practice of Spiritual Science.

Florin Lowndes was born in Romania in 1938 and graduated from the Institute for Fine Arts in Bucharest. After escaping the Communist regime there and moving to the United States, he became known internationally for his architecture-related art. Since moving to Germany, he has become known as a free thinker, writer, and lecturer. He has taught college-level courses and in Waldorf schools and has studied anthroposophy since 1971. Mr. Lowndes has written for numerous journals and, with George and Gisela O’Neil, coauthored The Human Life. He founded the Center of Heart-Thinking in Boston and leads training seminars in the U.S. and Europe.

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Weight 20 oz
Dimensions 6 × 1 × 9 in

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June 1990






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