Rudolf Steiner's Research Into Karma and the Mission of the Anthroposophical Society

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Temple Lodge Publishing, 1995 - Anthroposophy - 46 pages
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In this inspiring lecture addressed to the anthroposophical movement, Prokofieff explains that true modern Christian research into karma does not arise out of intellectual speculation, curiosity, or nebulous mystical experiences. The process of karmic research based on spiritual science leads to a fundamental transformation of our human nature, enabling us to fully experience the cosmos in which we exist.

Giving an overview of how the spiritual hierarchies and Christ, the Lord of Karma, work in the ordering of human karma, Prokofieff leads us to the karma and mission of the Anthroposophical Society, indicating what must come about -- before the end of the century -- if this karmic mission is to be fulfilled.


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About the author (1995)

Sergei O. Prokofieff was born in Moscow in 1954, where he studied fine arts and painting at the Moscow School of Art. At an early age he encountered the work of Rudolf Steiner and quickly realized that his life would be dedicated to the Christian path of esoteric knowledge. He wrote his first book, Rudolf Steiner and the Founding of the New Mysteries, while living in Soviet Russia, and it was published in English in 1994. After the fall of Communism, he helped establish the Anthroposophical Society in Russia. In 2001, he became a member of the Executive Council of the General Anthroposophical Society at the Goetheanum in Switzerland.

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