Results 1 – 12 of 61 Meditation: Letters on the Guidance of the Inner Life Oct 15, by Friedrich Rittelmeyer and M. L. Mitchell. The Holy Year: Meditative Contemplations of Seasons and Festivals. Friedrich Rittelmeyer; Translated by Margaret Mitchell and Alan Stott; Edited by Neil. By Friedrich Rittelmeyer. A Southern Cross Review E-book. http:// 56 pages. Born of October 5, , in Germany, Dr. Friedrich.
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Friedrich Nietzsche und die Religion: With Rudolf Steiner there was simply no question of trance. After I spoke a eulogy for my beloved brother, David, the spouse of one of my cousins said to me, “When I die, I want you to speak at my funeral. If it were a matter of choosing, he invariably put the freedom of a man before the needs of the cause. And now read Kuhlmann’s speech.
I assiduously avoid speaking inwardly or openly about grieving for someone being lost forever from me something which greatly pains the living spirit when someone does thatrather I speak of their life and the love I felt for them. If you would find people who are self-assured and love freedom, you will not friedrch find them as the prominent members of frieedrich organization.
But all such phenomena only lead into the dim, unconscious regions of the life of soul, and in any case the right methods of investigations are not there.
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Here is a remarkable revelation of how the spirits of the deceased influence decisions made in this world, often putting words in their mouths without the speakers noting it. Some time after reading a lot of Carl Jung’s work and attending a lot of meetings with rottelmeyer who claimed to be Jungians, I came across a statement by Jung that he could never be a Jungian.
Rittelmeyer knew what it meant to be a Christian and he gives us three wishes that an authentic Christian would make upon passing into the spiritual world:. Part of a series on. What is the difference friedricg the Anthroposophical Movement and the Christian Community?
At most they expected Rudolf Steiner to come forward on his own account and ask for investigation and recognition. Some 6, of his lectures remain today to greet new generations of seekers for truths which encompasses both the material and the spiritual world.
Steiner had once said to my wife: John we have the words of Christ as they were reflected in a particular individuality, whereas. The feeling itself flows as ftiedrich wave from the future to trigger the very events which will later generate the feeling that appears from the future in the first meeting. It was agreed that he should say nothing about peace in his speech. That was not so very easy.
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Those scientists who claimed to fgiedrich studying the spiritual world were mostly interested in table-tipping, seances with the dead, and such forms of spiritism which Steiner abjured. This made him particularly susceptible to supersensible influences, and they flowed into him under the most unfortunate conditions. It was a difference as between the uncanny flashing of rockets by night and the bright sunlight of day.
Aus meinem Fdiedrich by Friedrich Rittelmeyer Book 10 editions published between and in German and English and held by 51 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Everyone can live in the Christian Community who is at one with us in devotion to Christ, even if he says: One place this shows up is in the well-known statistic that psychiatrists in our time have a very high suicide rate.
Excessive grief and mourning will cause them pain, as will the simple thought that they are gone forever and you will never see them again, etc. Rudolf Steiner Enters my Life.
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He chanced to ask Steiner a couple of pertinent questions about funerals:. Lacking personal contact with the man, I pored through his works. The most common example of the process is called “love at first sight. Rittelmeyer had another approach open to him via his direct personal contact with Steiner: Remember the surge of interest in the mystics and yogis of India during the s?
I personally felt that the natural thing to do was to form as accurate a judgment as possible of the man who was bringing the teaching.
The Nuremberg school teacher Michael Bauer in enabled Rittelmeyer to have his first encounter with Rudolf Steinerthe founder of anthroposophy. The advice given by Steiner shows evidence of a process of projection at work, or maybe simply an acknowledgment that Rittelmeyer was doing unconsciously in his own ftiedrich what Steiner was doing consciously in his.
There among three hundred others was a man who had experienced this. Gemeinschaft mit den Verstorbenen by Friedrich Rittelmeyer Book 16 editions published between and in German and Dutch and held by 55 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Een antroposofisch zielzorger zet uiteen welke rittwlmeyer de gestorvenen rittelmeher hebben voor de levenden.
He admitted to Rittelmeyer under questioning that his present thoughts of Christ were present even in his early twenties, but he barely discussed them with anyone. A good foundation for judging the worth of a man was therefore present. Dittelmeyer own desire was to hold to what I knew of Christ in my inner being and to regard everything else as secondary. Every week I had conversations with men from University circles who were regarded as leaders of thought.
Over years of studying Steiner’s works, I have learned to be very thoughtful of the presence of live spirits at funerals.
Then I did not see him any more. It is Christian to bear within one the consciousness which once brought Christ from Heaven to earth, to find one’s joy in being like unto Him and to work with Him wherever He may need us. At first gripped by nationalist enthusiasm, he soon came to oppose the First World War and with 4 other Berlin theologians signed a proclamation of peace and understanding on the occasion of Reformation Day October There was little doubt in my mind that Steiner could never be a Steinerian, but even that minor doubt was dispelled when I read the following passage.
When, later on, this state of things altered for a time, again the cause was not due to Rudolf Steiner but to the after-effects of a fall in the mountains, which injured the membranes of friedrjch brain and made all mental exertion, and the exercises, impossible for many months.
The way in which he combined friecrich pressing need of the cause with respect for personal freedom always called forth my unqualified admiration. The truth is exactly the reverse. It was as if Aristotle and Aquinas had merged into one man and come to illuminate humankind with the knowledge it requires to begin its progression upward into the spiritual world again.