Posts made in November, 2017


WEST COAST INITIATIVES FROM THE IMPULSES OF RUDOLF STEINER

, November 18, 2017

Snapshots from “EverythingFlows”,  A Water Conference held in North Vancouver BC at Cascadia in September 2017 Jennifer Greene opened the conference by showing us her many-times-taped-together copy of “Sensitive Chaos: The Creation of Flowing Forms in Water and Air” by Theodor Schwenk, an anthroposophist, engineer and pioneering water researcher who founded the Institute for Flow Sciences in Germany. She carries this volume around with her wherever she goes, calling it her “book of mysteries.” Jennifer continues Schwenk’s work at the Water Research Institute located in Blue Hill, Maine. “Everything about water registers in a single drop,” she said. We each made one with a syringe and then “grew” it and observed what changed and what remained the same. She asked, “What can we say about the intrinsic nature of water?” We noticed among other things that the drop was round and silvery and it quivered. We took a drop...

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