Karma as a Scientific Discipline (Zoom)
Friday 20 October 7pm - 8.30pm
with Angus Jenkinson
Practical knowledge of karma matters. Cultivating awareness and a rigorous scientific discipline is a central task of anthroposophy. Steiner considered it key to ours and future times. Why? What does this mean for us? What for example has karma (and reincarnation) to do with ending the slave trade? How did it influence a transformation in 20th century art? What was its working in modern economics? How did it influence one of the great media stars of the 20th century? What about your own life? And what does its scientific practice have to do with the essence of anthroposophical practice for the future?
Angus Jenkinson has been exploring the history of science for 5 decades and works as a scientific researcher and change or development designer in the field of social organization. He is a fellow of several professional bodies, an affiliated academic fellow, former professor, and an independent researcher at the Centre for Thinking Futures. He is a long-term practising student of Steiner’s scientific disciplines for knowledge of self and world. He has authored 4 books including From Stress to Serenity, which is on self-development.
Zoom link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82632129836
Meeting ID: 826 3212 9836, Passcode: 755359
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