Author: Yeshayahu Ben-AharonISBN 978-1-62137-349-0 (softcover)
ISBN 978-1-62137-350-6 (eBook)
In these lectures, with topics ranging from postmodern philosophy and artificial intelligence to education and global politics, Ben-Aharon discusses the most profound happenings of our age with love, humor, insight and brilliance. His experience with the living source of the Spiritual Event of our times, has culminated in the research expressed in these lectures. Listening to their inner rhythm and intensity, we can also experience the heartbeats of our Time Spirit. We can intimately take part in the becoming process and the emergence of new ideas, encouraging us to become more free and creative in our own lives. This makes the collection one of Ben-Aharon's most accessible books. He discusses:
1. The Singularity, Ahriman's kindergarten, and the Spiritual Event of the 21st Century.
2. The reversal: how to creatively transform our antisocial forces.
3. The working of Spiritual Beings in America, Central Europe, Scandinavia and Israel
4. The transformation of education and new impulses for the Waldorf movement.
5. Israel's diverse culture in the midst of the clash of civilizations.
6. How can the new Christ Event break through our habitual patterns and our hardened thinking, feeling, and willing?
7. The mission of the anthroposophical movement in the 21st century.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Yeshayahu (Jesaiah) Ben-Aharon is an internationally acclaimed philosopher, spiritual scientist and activist, who founded the Kibbutz Harduf, The Global School of Spiritual Science and the Global Event College. His books include The Spiritual Event of the 20th Century, The New Experience of the Supersensible, America's Global Responsibility, and The Event in Science, History, Philosophy & Art. For more information, see www.event-studies.org.X
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