Summer 2020 Course Registration Now Open
ON THE NATURE OF PERCEPTION
An Introduction to Living Thinking and the Development of the Senses
Keene Valley, NY
While many of us strive to perceive ever more closely, it is often our preconceptions and misconceptions that prevent us from seeing the richer aspects of the senses we long for. Each day will immerse participants in rich natural landscapes while also providing for a clear and experiential understanding of how to bring our thinking activity to life. This course is ideally suited for those seeking an introduction into a deeper way of perceiving and the clarity if thinking that allows each of us to more consciously work with human experience.
Wednesday July 29th through Sunday August 2nd, 2020
Registration $425 ($345 if registration is received by May 15th)
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Michael D'Aleo's new poetry book is now available in print.
"What is Being Asked of You: Poems of Courage, Clarity and Love"
To read some of the poems click here
To order a print copies of "What is Being Asked of You: Poems of Courage, Clarity and Love" or "Embracing Materialism and Letting It Go: An experiential guide to overcoming an object-based world conception" e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Working Through the Conscisouness SoulMichael D'Aleo
Something is happening in the Waldorf movement that deserves attention. When I recall all of the Waldorf Schools I have visited in the past few years, more than half of them are implementing significant changes in how they run, often right down to replacing the administrative head of the school. Many of the schools are trying a model from another school, but if you visit the school whose model they are trying, you find that it is also struggling. It appears that the schools are searching for a manner of running themselves that meets everyone’s needs--teachers, board members, parents, and most importantly, the students—without immediate success. Continue essay ..
Intuition and Living Thinking in the 21st CentryMichael D'Aleo lecutre at High Mowing Waldorf School
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Living ThinkingMichael D'Aleo
This summer while teaching courses in Wilton, New Hampshire at the Center for Anthroposophy’s Waldorf High School Teacher Education Program, I began a conversation with Douglas Gerwin on what is needed for the present time with respect to teacher education. The essence of this conversation is found below: Throughout his life Rudolf Steiner continually emphasized that all of his later work had its roots in what he had attempted to communicate to humanity when he wrote The Philosophy of Freedom.. Continue essay...