Rudolf Steiner Archive

Calendar of the Soul

Northern Hemisphere
Week 35

Can I know life's reality
So that it's found again
Within my soul's creative urge?
I feel that I am granted power
To make my self, as humble part,
At home within the cosmic self.

Southern Hemisphere
Week 9

When I forget the narrow will of self,
The cosmic warmth that heralds summer's glory
Fills all my soul and spirit;
To lose myself in light
Is the command of spirit vision
And intuition tells me strongly:
O lose yourself to find yourself.

—Translation by Ruth and Hans Pusch

See GA 40 for full calendar and German text.

GA232 Lectures

Date Title City
1923-11-23 Briefing on the Meeting in the Hague. The Soul Life of Man. The Path to the Three Ranks of Hierarchies through the Experience of Thinking, Memory and Gesture Dornach
1923-11-24 Mystery Centers II Dornach
1923-11-25 The Reminder of Human Life. Sleep and Waking. Man and the Hierarchies. Summer Will and Winter Will Dornach
1923-11-30 Mystery Centers IV Dornach
1923-12-01 Looking Back at the Lemurian Period. The Formation of the Earth, Man, Animals and Plants Dornach
1923-12-02 Mystery Centers VI Dornach
1923-12-07 The Nature of the Mysteries. Initiation into the Ancient Hibernian Mysteries Dornach
1923-12-08 The Nature of the Mysteries. Initiation into the Hibernian Mysteries Dornach
1923-12-09 The Nature of the Mysteries. Initiation into the Hibernian Mysteries. Reference to the Mystery of Golgotha. The Spiritual Impulses Emanating from Hibernia Dornach
1923-12-14 The Nature of the Mysteries. The Mysteries of Ancient Greece. Chthonic and Eleusinian mysteries. Plato and Aristotle Dornach
1923-12-15 The Nature of the Mysteries. The Mystery-Teaching in Ancient Greece. Revelation of the Secrets of Nature Dornach
1923-12-21 The Nature of the Mysteries. The Mysteries of the Cabiri at Samothrace. The Rosicrucian Mysteries of the Middle Ages Dornach
1923-12-22 Mystery Centers XIII Dornach
1923-12-23 The Nature of the Mysteries. The Mysteries of 10th to the 15th Centuries. The Tragedy of Medieval Researchers Dornach

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