Posts made in June, 2015


, June 2, 2015

Associated Germinal Moments from the May 2015 AGM in Toronto  by Richard Chomko As a member who hasn’t been to many AGMs lately but used to go to them 20 years ago, I felt called to this last one partly because it was happening in my own backyard. However, as I still needed to attend to the Village Market Friday night and Saturday (where I am the manager), I joined the proceedings only at 4 pm Saturday. Reflecting on the weekend, my first intimation of the conference was seeing strange anthroposophists (i.e. not from around here) wandering the halls of Hesperus. These arrivals from afar, this convergence, awoke in me a certain feeling. Unlike the centrifugal, radiating process of death and dissolution, this coming together of so many from so far, in a centripetal gesture, brought a feeling of engendering, of coming into being, that augured well for the...

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, June 2, 2015

Impressions from the AGM and Conference by Dorothy LeBaron I would like to thank each person who was present at the recent AGM and Conference in Thornhill. It was quite an extraordinary event. The group that gathered had a wealth of life experience and connections in the Anthroposophical movement. The conference presenters were an inspiring example of working together creatively, being able and willing to take a risk and find a creative way of interweaving artistic biography work with lecture content which led to a very lively afternoon and evening. Working with the theme “And the darkness becomes light” led to an experience of a deepened relating to one another. In the conversation we had at the end of the conference, I noticed in particular two themes emerging that we as Council have previously heard from members across the country. “Where are the young people?” “The Anthroposophical Society is...

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