Title, La science de l’occulte dans ses grandes lignes. Volume 13 of Collection OEuvres de Rudolf Steiner, Rudolf Steiner · Volume 13 of Œuvres de Rudolf. La science de l’occulte: (par) rudolf steiner. 4e ed. francaise. Trad. de l’allemand par H. et R. Waddington. Front Cover. Rudolf Steiner. Triades, – La Science De L’occulte has 13 reviews. Paul said: starsthe first 2/3 of this book is so heavy, dry and wordy that it is a slog. the last third is w.
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The anthroposophy of Rudolf Steiner is not a theoretical system but the results of tudolf based on direct observation. Because his research was so vast and conducted over such a long period of time, no single book can be said to contain the whole of his spiritual teaching.
However, occulye all his books, this one perhaps comes closest. Steiner even referred to it as “an epitome of anthroposophical spiritual science. Whereas the findings of natural science are derived from observations made through the senses, the findings of spiritual science are “occult,” inasmuch as they arise from direct observation of realities hidden to ordinary human perception.
Nevertheless, these elements of humanity and the universe form the foundation of the sensory world. A substantial part of this important work describes the basic training needed to make such spiritual observations. Although Occult Science is not all-inclusive, it is indispensable to any serious student who wishes to master Occullte extraordinary philosophy and methods of inner development.
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Given his energetic involvement in practical initiatives and extensive lecturing, Rudolf Steiner had very little time to write.
Of the books he found time to write, four titles are considered indispensable introductions to his teaching as a whole: With the exce Given his energetic involvement in practical initiatives and extensive lecturing, Rudolf Steiner had very little time to write. With the exception of his Anthroposophical Leading Steinsr and his Autobiography, Steiner’s important writings belong largely to xcience earliest work. Published by Ed. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about La Science De L’occulteplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about La Science De L’occulte. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. When describing such a path we must consider that the goal of knowledge and truth is the same in all ages of Earth evolution, but that starting points of man dcience been stsiner in different ages. Oct 10, C. Steiner is fascinating [he was the founder of Waldorf Schools] but his prose is very dense.
Less an outline, it is more an apologist piece to rationalists with some evangelism thrown in. The chapter on the disciplines of study and the training is very valuable, and Steineg has clearly worked hard and received the training.
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I will read that chapter again, and took lots of notes from it. As always, keep your bullshit filters up and active, keep an open mind, but not so open that your brain falls out.
This vision is so detailed it requires a second read through. As the title suggests, this is an opus of initiation to the worldview of late great Rudolf Steiner, founder of the Waldorf school and an all-around academic DIY man of sorts. The more he tries to explain and rationalise his vision of 20th century “scientific occultism”, the more other-worldly and fantastic his concepts of the universe and its origins end up being.
The flow of the text is fluent yet predictable, and while there are some pleasant nods to Goethe and eastern philosophies, the descri As the title suggests, this is an opus of initiation to the worldview of late great Rudolf Steiner, founder of the Waldorf school and an all-around academic DIY man of sorts. The flow of the text is fluent yet predictable, and while there are some pleasant nods to Goethe and eastern philosophies, the descriptions and examples could be more vivid and naturalistic — and Mr J.
Christ could be left to a lesser value or dropped out altogether.
On this same sphere of thought, Huxley prefers the metaphysical, Crowley leaves room for gibberish and splendour, and LaVey for fun and games. Based on this piece of work, I’d recommend them over Steiner. This probably the best book by Steiner which delves into his esoteric philosophy. Though with eudolf book Steiner wrote, it is a very tough read and takes quite a while to get into it. Steinwr writing style is an old style that most may not follow the flow of, but it is good if you can persevere.
If you are looking for a book which gets into Theosophy and other occult topics outside of Blavatsky, then this may be for you.
I enjoyed this book but I would find it a bit too much to read it a second time. In saying that, I learned a lot from Steiner in this book. The second book we read rudolv teacher training. Cosmic, evolution of the world. Our world has been created, destroyed, held in suspension, then recreated several times. Steiner starts with the Saturnian man, following evolution throught Atlantean, Lemurian, etc. The pralayas are the in between times.
When I saw the Matrix, it reminded me of this book. You have to be serious to read this one, but it’s one of my faves. Though I’ll have to re-read this multiple times, it served as an intro to scienfe interest in the occult. This book covers everything from Theosophy to Atlantis to the Pleiadians.
Rudolf Steiner coined the term ‘Supersensible Science’, and gave license to define scientific methods purely by intuition. His musings have become a foundation for my entry into and understanding of the metaphysical.
An absolute essential book for everyone interested in anthroposophy, spirituality and self-growth. Things stener in this book should be taught in schools and I’m sure they will one day.
But these times are still far away.
La Science De L’occulte by Rudolf Steiner
I haven’t actually finished this book. Things started to fly over my head so I decided to put it down for a time, but it was refreshing to be so challenged in the subject of reading comprhension. I will finish it, someday. Written by the first rudopf Initiate after the age of Science. Don’t agree with his description of the planet’s evolution etc.
sciencw Advanced Students will be pleasantly surprised. My Review This book was amazing. I would definitely recommend it to all of my friends. In fact I would recommend it to everyone! Don’t let the title fool ya! Mainstream think of “occult” as being satanic. Give up the outdated, ignorant notions! Jennifer rated it stteiner it Oct 06, Jeff steiber it really liked it Sep 28, Aaron Neese rated it did not like it Feb 24, Daniel E rated it it was amazing Aug 20, Michele Rice Carpenter rated it really liked it Dec 26, Justin rated it liked it Mar 17, Frank rated it it was amazing Jul 03, SamNoelPearce Samadhi rated it really liked it Jun 09, Valeria rated it liked it Sep 03, Sebastian steeiner it it was amazing Jan 23, Steven Chernikeeff rated it really liked it Oct 07, Nikki Johnson Johnson rated it did not like it Apr 17, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Steiner was a philosopher, social thinker, architect, and esotericist. In the first, more philosophically oriented phase, Steiner attempted to find a synthesis between science and mysticism; his philosophical work of these years, which he termed spiritual science, sought to provide a connection between the cognitive path of Western philosophy and t Steiner was a philosopher, social thinker, architect, and esotericist.
In rduolf first, more philosophically oriented phase, Steiner attempted to find a synthesis between science and mysticism; sciebce philosophical work of these years, which he termed spiritual science, sought to provide a connection between the cognitive path of Western philosophy and the inner and spiritual needs of the human being.
He based his epistemology on Johann Wolfgang Goethe’s world view, in which ‘Thinking … is no more and occupte less an organ of perception than the eye or ear. Just as the eye perceives colours and the ear sounds, so thinking perceives ideas.
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Books by Rudolf Steiner. Trivia About An Outline of Occ No trivia or quizzes yet. Quotes from An Outline of Occ The souls whose powers of intelligence and feeling had at that time developed to a great extent as the result of former incarnations, carried over with them the fruits of this development into their incarnations during the fifth period.
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