Dawn of a New Age

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SteinerBooks, 1990 - Anthroposophy - 104 pages
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This is the story of a personal student of Rudolf Steiner. He was also the founder of Wala Pharmaceutical Company, which bases its research and medicines largely on the foundation of Steiner's work. Hauschka's autobiography presents his recollections of the great teacher Steiner along with numerous insights into the importance of his spiritual science for today.

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Page 1 - It was in the First World War, I was an officer in the Austrian army, and I had to travel from Vienna to Salzburg.

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Dr. Rudolf Hauschka, a chemist, asked Dr. Rudolf Steiner in 1923, "What is life?" Steiner's answer was: "Study rhythms, rhythm supports life!" Soon after receiving this answer, Hauschka was asked by Dr. Ita Wegmann to research and study the rhythms in nature at her institute in Arlesheim, Switzerland. After many attempts and a new understanding of the processes in the plant world, he produced a plant extract from rhythmized rose water, which could be kept stable for more than thirty years. Today WALA, a manufacturer of anthroposophical medicines and skin-care products, is based on Hauschka's discoveries.

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