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Author's Comment:

Many of you good readers have asked why I read so many Rudolf Steiner books, and here's why, so far as I know as of this date: I've just read and reviewed about 153 Steiner books, and there are 600 or so books by him extant, so I'm only about one fourth the way through in terms of volume. I'm beginning to see repetitions --- helpful ones because I understand the bases better each time when I encounter the same idea. And yet, every new book or lecture introduces one or several mind-boggling concepts that seem to spring wholly new out of Steiner! He's truly amazing.

When I first began reading Steiner, it was like he was strumming a melody on a musical instrument. I listened, enjoyed, and was enlightened by the music.

Now when I read Steiner, it's like the instrument he is strumming is me. I hear the melodies and harmonies flowing out of me in ways I could not imagine, up until now.

My goal is to make Rudolf Steiner's spiritual science more approachable for humans of this new century by distilling his teachings in my fiery retort, then condensing and pouring the spirit-filled concentrate into my review pages which become like the score of an ethereal symphony.

When you read my reviews of Steiner, you are joining the orchestral instruments pouring out the symphony Steiner is conducting through our living souls.

After reading a review, if you wish to read the entire text, it may be on-line, available for download at no charge in the Rudolf Steiner Archive. Click to Enter Archive.

Readers' Comments:

Subject: May, 2007 Comments from SUNY Students of Kevin Dann:
After my Guestbook had been FUBAR for about a year without giving any indication other than a lack of posts, I complained to the Guestbook service. Soon a flood of entries came pouring out. Among them were about two dozen emails from students of Prof. Kevin Dann's class at SUNY in Plattsburgh, NY. Here are some of them. Each one used the curious word "Pakwanonzian!!" When I took a bite out of a Reality Sandwich I found out that it is a Wonbanakiak greeting which means literally, "You look brand new to me!" To all new Good Readers of my A Reader's Journal, I offer this greeting, sincere, heartfelt, "Pakwanonzian!!" Below are a selection from the many replies I received from SUNY students. Thank you all.

  • We had to check this out for a class. After reading what I had to I got interested and now I find myself reading more and more. This is so awesome!
    Jennifer, SUNY

  • Pakwanonzian!!
    I loved your review on Rudolf Steiner's "The Destinies of Individuals and of Nations." The points about love and hate, evil as good out of place and remember the future it hums in the present were my favorite!
    Ashlie, SUNY

  • I think you have really managed to make the works of Steiner come alive and really give people something to think about in regards to a more spiritual way of thinking. I skimmed through your review of The Guardian of the Threshold and I especially liked how you claimed what happenings in our life seem to be, to us, accidents, are actually actions planned out by our unconscious spirit for the best. It made me really think about my own life and the path that I have come down.
    Thank you for such insightful information!!
    Danielle, SUNY
  • Comments: Pakwanonzian! although i have only seen a picture of you..still brand new to me... awesome page.. very inlightening..
    Timmy, from 'Dr. Dann's wild safari' at SUNY
  • Pakwanonzian! I thought that the portal of initiation was pretty interesting. thanks for writing about it so I could read it!
    Evan, SUNY
  • Greetings,
    I am a memeber of Kevin Dann's History 132 class. He gave us this link to do research on one of Rudolf Steiner's works. I read through the piece titled: The Karma of Untruthfulness. It was an interesting piece, and I enjoyed the thoughts of the spirtual aspects. Interesting and Informational site.
    Brooke, SUNY
  • I just finished reading your review of "Self-Consciousness, GA# 23 by Rudolf Steiner The Spiritual Human Being." As one who has never read Steiner until recently, I find it fascinating that this man had so much clarity. Your review of Steiner's work makes it easier to understand what he is trying to impart to those with which he spoke. Thank you for the clarifications about human supersensory abilities.
    Sara, SUNY
  • What a fantastic site, good interesting information. Thanks for having this site, great job!
    Tim, SUNY
Subject: thanks cobbler!
Bobby, It isn't even 8 AM yet, and your reviews have already helped me trismegistus! I've just written been inspired by your reporting of Steiner's "world boot" parable (from the Human & Cosmic Thought review) to hunt up some old shoe lasts from our ancient cobbler in Plattsburgh, and bring them (I should bring him too!) in to class this week. I have come at this "5 blind men" problem 100 ways all semester, and I don't think I could show it any more whimsically than this).
Kevin Dann, March 18, 2007

Re: Jung & Steiner by Gerhard Wehr: I think the work you have done on your site, in general, and the work you have done on the book review focusing on Steiner and Jung, in particular, is monumental.
Finbarr Lismore, May 25, 2004

Re: From Mammoths to Mediums by Rudolf Steiner: I finally got a chance to read your mammoth review, and what a review! Even though it was 33 pages long, I could have read forever of your comments and interpretations of this book. This book is most definitely a MUST READ!
Renee Lattimore, New Orleans, July 28, 2003

Re: Omens of Millennium by Harold Bloom: I am patting myself (all 4 bodies) on the back for having suggested this Bloom book to you — funny, I gave the book a great deal more credit, just for the mere fact that he took up these sources and didn't roundly dismiss them. But you are absolutely right — literary criticism (especially practiced without an esoteric schema of the evolution of consciousness) is worthless. I loved the way you flipped the statistic of the 100 million millennialists on its head!

You went right for the jugular on Bloom's book, and I actually think that it's an important arena of thought because scholars of Bloom's breadth are just the sort who, after coming to Steiner through some revelation like Bloom's by Emerson, would get a lot out of anthroposophical interpretations of the Bible.

Your reviews continue to be mouth-watering for me — sweeter than watermelon, or blackberries (which I'm picking from the bushes hereabouts) — and without the seeds!
Kevin Dann, Vermont, July 22, 2003
Lewis Creek, Lost and Found

RE: From Jesus To Christ :Well done, Bobby. You are like the phantom forming these ideas for today's consciousness. I hope many people discover Steiner (and reality)from your work..
Kristina Anita Kaine, Australia, June 18, 2003

RE: From Comets to Cocaine:What a great review! Some of the things that I didn't understand while reading the book have become clear now. I especially loved the end: 'coincidence or deep truth'.
Renee Lattimore, New Orleans, May 26, 2003

Laws of Form by G. Spencer Brown is one of the seminal books of our modern era. Reviewer Bobby Matherne quotes enough of the juicy bits that, even though this is more personal reflections of its application to the Evolution of Consciousness than actual critical appraisal, it is a truly distinctive read.
May's Mastications December 17, 2002

Thank you so much for Good Mountain Press. Good medicine!
While grazing through the website, I am struck by the extra care you have brought to the presentation of each review. I am thinking of the animation of the Burning Bush, the stained windows of the gospel writers, the awesome chart on the Two Jesus's with the review of Steiner's St. Luke, and the like. Such things speak to me of a reverence you have for the work and the reader: it all adds a quality of warmth to this all-too-cold Internet.
Sandy Sellers, Canada, December 12, 2002.

Bobby; superbly written from your web site. Reading your essay/review on Steiner's teachings regarding the bridging work of Michael in the emerging age that will link the spiritual and physical worlds in the awareness of Humanity, creating, in effect a "permeable consciousness" , had that curious and unique effect that reading Steiner always has on me:

I'm not reading the page. I'm entering into the page. And further, I'm pausing peripherally around each word, gently diving into a meditative absorbsion on the quality of energy and meaning of the word; as if it conveyed potent living imaginative images saturated with occult truth and Myth-making power. I was reading in a kind of slow motion. I actually had to slow down so as to allow each word to "speak" to me. I had no choice! You had a captive reader...or should I say "seer" because each word seemed to invoke the power and reality of the Michael Stream in my own imaginative consciousness. It was almost like a transfer of energy. Perhaps it was. Great writing! Howard Weingarden September 1, 2002.

[Note: Howard Weingarden has a developed a following among people who appreciate the spiritual qualities in his works. Howard works with pencil, crayon, ballpoint pen, oils, acrylics and computer graphics to achieve a spectacular effect. Many of his works show the permeable aspect of the interweaving of the material and spiritual worlds. You can view some of his artworks on this page:]

Bobby, I just finished your review of Hidden Gospel. I really admire the way you find a balance between what the author says, letting the author speak without interpretation, then you bring your own interpretation in, often with relevant quotes from other books and insights from Steiner. That's hard to do well, but then I reckon balance is the hardest thing we do, anyway!

> He adds later that "To escape into light is not better than to continually
> rummage in darkness. Both light and darkness are needed." To this latter
> sentence, I cannot help but elaborate that he is not talking about some equal
> amounts of light and dark as some English speakers might naively interpret his
> words, but a rhythm of light and darkness in one's life.

See, you let Klotz speak, then you illuminate his statement with a really apt one of your own. In this case you show you understand Zarathustra's teaching on light/darkness — that we seek the transformation, the illumination of darkness, not merely a fight against (a "making wrong") of darkness. Just great!

As to your reference to hakuna code, I often had Israeli students in my evolution of consciousness class at the Waldorf Institute (now Sunbridge College). When we'd be studying Genesis, they often brought wonderful wisdom from their study of ancient Hebrew, where each syllable of a word has its meaning(s), which then combine to form a multi-meaning word — Golgotha, for example. This resonates with Barfield's work on poetry, where he points out that before the intellect became supreme in our culture, words were expected to be heard on many levels, at least those of body, soul and spirit.

Thanks for a great read,
Hilmar Moore, Austin, Texas, July 31, 2002

Dear Bobby, I continue to enjoy reading the Good Mountain Press Digests and Reviews. Dorothy Bowles, Professor in the College of Communications, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Feb. 2, 2002.

In my judgment Bobby has done a very fine review of my book, The Burning Bush. While obviously he doesn't touch every aspect of the book, he does a remarkably fine job I think of capturing some of the important thrusts and presenting them in a way that could well be attractive and helpful to some readers. Edward Reaugh Smith, Lubbock, Texas, Jan. 15, 2002.

Bobby in his Thoreau reviewreview is too small a term for the sort of engagement that he brings to this and all the books — has captured something essential about Thoreau, his deep humaneness. The pulse of quote and commentary seems much like a walk Thoreau might take — steady, measured, punctuated, brisk, rhythmic.
Kevin Dann Author of Lewis Creek, Lost and Found and currently working on a biography of Thoreau, Vermont, Jan. 6, 2002.

Trying to grasp step by step Steiner's mind — a tough task — in my sense — through Edward R. Smith, and later I discovered Bobby Matherne's online comments - at least a readable humanist in the way of Michel de Montaigne.
Christian Paul Daniel Lenczner, my French friend on a tropical island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, December 28, 2001.

Bobby's review of "Twillinger's Voyage" sparkles with references bringing his wide ranging knowledge to bear on this science fiction story. He offers us a scientific insight about some space-environment assumptions used in the book, based on an incident that occurred at Atomic Energy Commission Y-12 Plant in Oak Ridge. He lists some of the topics in Twillinger's that are parallelled in The Contender, a move of Hollywood messages. He explains how some of the ideas in the book are closely similar to the unified Bose-Einstein condensates of Danah Zohar in her book, The Quantum Self. He even digs in to the science-fictional 'Zini' explanation of how brains work and reminds us of the somewhat parallel explanation in Gerald Edelman's Theory of Neuronal Group Selection (TNGS). As Bobby tells us, this is one of the best available models for how human consciousness evolves from the tabula rasa of the neuronal structure of the human brain. Both Edelman, and this science fiction story alike propose that when one hears a word, an entrance is provided by which consciousness can expand into dynamic electric fields in the brain. Bobby's discussion is objective and penetrating, but characteristicly he stimulates us readers to find out for ourselves by ending the review with a paradox:

We may fill our glass with fields and forces,
or with gods and spirits simply -
But unless we quaff them both,
Our glass is always half-full or half-empty.

The novel is ambiguous too. After proposing a theory of brain function based on the mechanistic qualities of quantums, the book moves along to a scene where the aliens have a meeting easily recognizable as a religious service. With any luck these ambiguities will be resolved in the sequel to Twillinger's, now in the works.
Dan Turner, Pennsylvania, October 3, 2001

Thank you for your work and willingness to share the fruit of your reading/spiritual practice with others. cheers,
Sandy Sellers, Ontario, Canada, September 16, 2001

I read your review of my book The Incredible Births of Jesus this morning with much appreciation, thinking that it was both perceptively and skillfully done.
Edward Reaugh Smith , Lubbock, Texas, September 9, 2001

While all the other reviews of my book seemed to smell of chloroform, Bobby's review had all the piquant scents of the bayou in it. Made me want to reread my own book!
Kevin Dann , Woodstock, Vermont, September 8, 2001

I have considered myself very rich lately in reading your wonderful reviews. Including your latest on Thom-Thumb!
Bradford Riley, Atlanta, Georgia May 15, 2001

I found the Steiner lecture review by you quite well done and interesting. My retention isn't great, but I remember impressions well. I felt as though I had read something important by Steiner and had it explained to me at the same time--a nice combination. John Coiro, Cyberspace, January 10, 2001

I found you on the former Jaerna Bridge site and linked over to your book reviews. You do a fabulous job with a difficult subject in Steiner. The Macrocosm and Microcosm review was spectacular!
P. S. I enjoyed your new reviews and was also wondering how I can get to some of the new ones (printed in green on your main page) that aren't on the Newsletter you e-mailed to me. Thanks!
Kent Hamaker, April 27, Cyberspace, 2000

Your review of the Galambos book [Sic Itur Ad Astra] is a real work of art. You have concentrated what was to me the greatest series of lectures I've ever experienced into the bare roots of believable fact. You have captured the logic of Galambos's talks in such a manner that it is easy to see that you not only have a perfect understanding of the subject matter be it morality, freedom, coercion but the resulting effects of each. Warren Liberty, Ukiah, California, July 16, 1999.

I just discovered your email regarding your review of Macrocosm and Microcosm, which I received in March but had allowed to linger unread in a folder. I just read the review and think it is one of your best ones yet. I loved that quote by Baal Shem Tov and too many other things to write of now.
Hilmar Moore, Austin, Texas, July 17, 2000

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A Reader's Journal Vol 2 — Journeys into Understanding, Volume 2

Author (Last Name, First) Full Title of Review/Essay
Steiner, Rudolf Balance in Teaching, GA#302a, 7 Lectures in Stuttgart in 1920, 23
Steiner, Rudolf Practical Advice to Teachers, GA#294, 15 Discussions at Stuttgart Waldorf School, 1919
Steiner, Rudolf Life of the Human Soul and its Relation to World Evolution, GA#212
Steiner, Rudolf Discussions with Teachers, GA#295, 15 Discussions at Stuttgart Waldorf School, 1919
Steiner, Rudolf The Education of the Child in the Light of Anthroposophy — An Essay in 1909
Dann, Kevin Expect Great Things: The Life and Search of Henry David Thoreau
Dillard, Annie Encounters with Chinese Writers
Steiner, Rudolf Waldorf Education and Anthroposophy 2 GA#218&304a, 9 Lectures, Various Cities 1922-24
Steiner, Rudolf Waldorf Education and Anthroposophy 1 GA#304, 9 Lectures, Various Cities 1921-22
Brooks, Ray The Shadow That Seeks the Sun — A Story About Yogis, Bhogis, and an Unexpected Encounter
Steiner, Rudolf The Roots of Education, GA#309 5 Lectures, April 13 - 17, 1924 in Bern, Switzerland
Steiner, Rudolf Human Values in Education, GA#310 , 10 Lectures in Arnmeim, Holland on July 17-24, 1924
Steiner, Rudolf The Essentials of Education, GA#308 , Lectures in Stuttgart, April, 1919
Steiner, Rudolf The Spirit of the Waldorf School, GA#297, Lectures in Stuttgart, 1919
Steiner, Rudolf Manifestations of Karma, GA#305, 11 Lectures in Hamburg, May, 1910
Steiner, Rudolf The Spiritual Ground of Education, GA#305 9 Lectures in Oxford, England — August 16-29, 1922
Steiner, Rudolf Awakening to Community, GA#257 10 lectures in Stuttgart & Dornach — Jan-Mar, 1923
King, Stephen On Writing — A Memoir of the Craft
deGravelles, Charles N. Billy Cannon — A Long, Long Run
Conrad, Joseph The Rover — A Novel
Sacks, Oliver The Mind's Eye
Sacks, Oliver Gratitude
Weir, Andy The Martian — A Novel
Sacks, A Leg to Stand On A Leg To Stand On
Doerr, Anthony All the Light We Cannot See — A Novel
Searle, John R. Freedom & Neurobiology — Reflections on Free Will, Language, and Political Power
Sacks, Oliver On the Move —A Life
Remarque, Erich Maria Zeit zu Leben und Zeit zu Sterben — A Novel (In English, Time to Live, Time to Die)
Steiner, Rudolf From Symptom to Reality in Modern History, GA#185 — ~ 9 Lectures given in Dornach from Oct. 18, 1918 to Nov. 3, 1918
Emerson, Ralph Waldo Emerson's Selected Journals — Volume 1, 1820-1842
Steiner, Rudolf The Presence of the Dead on the Spiritual Path, GA#154 — ~ 7 Lectures in Basel, Berlin, Paris etal, in April, May 1914
Harman, William Come What May — A Novel
Harman, William An Affair in Berlin — A Novella
Steiner, Rudolf How the Spiritual World Projects into Physical Existence, GA#150 — The Influence of the Dead — 10 Lectures in Europe, Jan to Dec, 1913
Ramsbotham, Richard Who Wrote Bacon? — William Shakespeare, Francis Bacon, and James I — A Mystery for the Twenty-first Century
O'Leary, Paul Intoxicated by Life — A Memoir of a Dysfunctional Irish-American Family
Steiner, Rudolf Awake! For the Sake of the Future, GA#220 — 12 Lectures in Dornach, Jan. 5 - Feb. 28, 1923
Rusbridger, Alan Play It Again — An Amateur Against The Impossible
Steiner, Rudolf What Is Necessary in These Urgent Times, GA#196 — 18 Lectures in Dornach, Jan 9-Feb 22, 1920
Turner, Dan Friendly Invasion — A Novel
Slama, Norbert The Memoir of Norbert Slama
Fforde, Jasper The Eye of Zoltar — A Novel, Volume 3, Chronicles of Kazam
Steiner, Rudolf Harmony of the Creative Word, GA#230 — The Human Being and the Elemental, Animal, Plant and Animal Kingdoms, 12 Lectures in Dornach, Oct. 19-Nov. 11, 1923
Steiner, Rudolf Disease, Karma, and Healing, GA#107 Spiritual-Scientific Inquiries into the Nature of the Human Being
Sendker, Jan-Philipp The Art of Hearing Heartbeats
Steiner, Rudolf Understanding Healing, GA#316 Meditative Reflections on Deepening Medicine Through Spiritual Science
Harman, William James Conscience Under Fire — A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf Illness and Therapy, GA#313 Spiritual-Scientific Aspects of Healing
Steiner, Rudolf Physiology and Healing, GA#314 Treatment, Therapy and Hygiene
Steiner, Rudolf The Esoteric Aspect of the Social Question, GA#193 The Individual and Society
Spacks, Patricia Meyer On Rereading
Steiner, Rudolf Atlantis — The Fate of a Lost Land and Its Secret Knowledge
Steiner, Rudolf The Dead Are With Us, GA#182
Megré, Vladmir The New Civilization — Book 8.1 of The Ringing Cedars Series
Viikari, Kaisu Ocular Accommodation Strain — How Close Work Impairs Health
Goldhill, Simon Freud's Couch, Scott's Buttocks, Bronte's Grave — Adventures in Travel
Roth, Philip The Humbling — A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf The Challenge of the Times, GA#186
Mosse, Kate The Winter Ghosts — A Novel
Nesbø, Jo The Police — A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf The Influence of Spiritual Beings on Man, GA#102
Bellow, Saul Humboldt's Gift — A Novel
Prokofieff, Sergei O. The Twelve Holy Nights and the Spiritual Hierarchies
Walton, Solana Letters Through the Veil — A True Story
Nesbø, Jo The Redeemer — A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf The Christmas Conference, GA#260 for Foundation of the General Anthroposophic Society
Auster, Paul The Book of Illusions — A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf Architecture As a Synthesis of the Arts, GA#286,8 Lectures in Berlin & Dornach, 1913, 14 Plus 6 Fragments and Articles
Lindenberg, Christoph Rudolf Steiner — A Biography
Dillard, Annie The Maytrees — A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf Colour, GA#291 — 12 lectures in Dornach 1914 to 1924
Fforde, Jasper The Woman Who Died A Lot — A Thursday Next Novel, No. 7
Steiner, Rudolf Freud, Jung, & Spiritual Psychology, GA#s 178, 143, 205
Hugill, Andrew 'Pataphysics — A Useless Guide
Dillard, Annie The Living — A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf The Foundations of Human Experience, GA#293, 14 Lectures in Dornach, Aug. to Sept. 1919
Steiner, Rudolf Art as Seen in the Light of Mystery Wisdom, GA#275, 8 Lectures in Dornach, Dec-January, 1914/15
Nesbø, Jo The Phantom — A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf The Easter Festival — Evolution of the Mysteries, GA#233a, 4 Lectures, Dornach 1924
Wagner, Robert J. Pieces of My Heart — A Life    (Written with Scott Eyman)
Dillard, Annie Living by Fiction
Dillard, Annie Holy the Firm
Steiner, Rudolf What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World? GA#60, A Lectures in Berlin, Feb. 9, 1911
Calvino, Italo Six Memos for the New Millennium
Bradley, John Ed It Never Rains in Tiger Stadium
Fforde, Jasper The Song of the Quarkbeast — A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf The Bridge Between Universal Spirituality and the Physical Constitution of Man, GA#202, 3 Lectures in Dornach, Dec. 1920
Steiner, Rudolf The Tension Between East and West, GA#83, 10 Lectures in Vienna, June 1922
Fforde, Jasper The Last Dragonslayer — A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf Introducing Anthroposophical Medicine, GA#312, Lectures 8 to 20
Robinson, Andrew The Last Man Who Knew Everything — Thomas Young, Anonymous Polymath
Calvino, Italo If on a winter's night — A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf Transforming the Soul, Volume 2, GA#59, 9 Lectures in Berlin, Jan-May 1910
Cheney, Margaret Tesla — Man Out of Time
Walsh, Bill The Elephants of Style — A Trunkload of Tips on the Big Issues and Gray Areas of Contemporary American English
Waterfield, Robin Prophet — The Life and Times of Kahlil Gibran
Steiner, Rudolf Transforming the Soul, Volume 1, GA#58, 9 Lectures in Berlin, Oct-Dec 1909
Nesbø, Jo The Leopard — A Novel
Folensbee, Rowland W. The Neuroscience of Psychological Therapies
Landon, Brooks Building Great Sentences: Exploring the Writer's Craft
Hemingway, Ernest Under Kilimanjaro
Stevens, Barry Don't Push the River — It flows by itself
Ondaatje, Michael Coming Through Slaughter
Steiner, Rudolf Introducing Anthroposophical Medicine, GA#312, Lectures 3 to 7
Petroski, Henry To Engineer Is Human — The Role of Failure in Successful Design
Saint, Steve&Ginny Walking His Trail — Signs of God Along the Way
Berthier, Francois Reading Zen in the Rocks — The Japanese Dry Landscape Garden
Taleb, Nassim Nicholas The Black Swan — The Impact of the Highly Improbable
Paterniti, Michael Driving Mr. Albert — A Trip Across America with Einstein's Brain
Steiner, Rudolf The Healing Process — Spirit, Nature, and Our Bodies, GA#319
Deresiewicz, William A Jane Austen Education — How Six Novels Taught Me about Love, Friendship, and the Things That Really Matter
Brady, Patricia A Being So Gentle — The Frontier Love Story of Rachel & Andrew Jackson
Mowat, Farley Lost in the Barrens — A Novel
McWhorter, John Our Magnificent Bastard Tongue — The Untold History of English
Steiner, Rudolf Introducing Anthroposophical Medicine, GA#312, Lectures 1&2
Chopin, Kate The Awakening — An 1899 Novel
Nesbø, Jo The Snowman — A Novel
Viikari, Kaisu The Struggle — Never to Be Forgotten
Tilly, Charles WHY? — What happens when people give reasons . . . and why
Petroski, Henry Success Through Failure — The Paradox of Design
McGonigal, Jane Reality Is Broken — Why Games Make Us Better and How They Can Change the World
Auel, Jean M. The Land of the Painted Caves — An Earth's Children Novel, No. 6
Steiner, Rudolf Guidance in Esoteric Training, GA#245
Fforde, Jasper One of Our Thursdays is Missing — A Thursday Next Novel, No. 6
Khan, Hazrat Inayat Healing — from Volume 4 of the Sufi Message
Carrière, Jean-Claude Please, Mr. Einstein — A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf Man as a Being of Sense and Perception, GA# 206
Cussler , Clive Flood Tide: A Novel — Volume 4 of Dirk Pitt Adventures
Steiner, Rudolf Goethe's Theory of Knowledge, GA#2, A Book
Carr, Bob Raising Our Children on Bourbon — a French Quarter Love Affair
Steiner, Rudolf Mystery of the Universe, GA#201 , The Human Being, Image of Creation
Larsson, Stieg The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest — A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf Approaches to Anthropsophy, GA#35 , Human Life from the Perspective of Spiritual Science
Steiner, Rudolf The Reappearance of Christ in the Etheric, GA#118 etal, A Collection of Lectures about the Second Coming of Christ
Steiner, Rudolf The Fall of the Spirits of Darkness, GA#177
Steiner, Rudolf Agriculture Course, GA#327
Loikas, Vesa Photographs 1986 - 2010
Steiner, Rudolf Approaching the Mystery of Golgotha, GA#152
Prokofief, Sergei O. The Mystery of John the Baptist and John the Evangelist at the Turning Point of Time
Steiner, Rudolf The Mysteries of the East and of Christianity, GA#144
Shah, Amina The Tale of the Four Dervishes of Amir Khusru as retold by Amina Shah
Empson, William Seven Types of Ambiguity — A Study of Its Effect in English Verse
Sacks, Oliver Musicophilia — Tales of Music and the Brain
Steiner, Rudolf The Lord's Prayer, An Esoteric Study — 4 1907 lectures, GA#96, 97
Sanders, Stephen etal Echoes From Other Worlds — An Anthology of Fiction in Two Parts
Nesfield-Cookson, Bernard The Mystery of the Two Jesus Children & Descent of the Spirit of the Sun
Mayle, Peter French lessons: adventures with knife, fork, and corkscrew
Kirchner-Bockholt, Margarete & Erich Rudolf Steiner's Mission and Ita Wegman
Viikari, Kaisu Learn to Understand & Prevent Myopia
Hart, Moss ACT ONE — An Autobiography
Steiner, Rudolf World History and the Mysteries — 9 lectures, Dornach, Dec 1923-Jan,1924, GA#233
Booth, Martin The Doctor and the Detective — A Biography of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Andrews , Andy The Noticer — Sometimes All a Person Needs is a Little Perspective
Thoreau, Henry David The Journal of Thoreau — Volume 13 , December 1859 to July 1860
Matherne, Beverly Lamothe-Cadillac, His Early Life in France — Written in Linked Prose Poems in French and English
Newman, Stanley With Mark Lasswell Cruciverbalism — Crossword Fanatics Guide to Life in the Grid
Pushkin, Alexander Eugene Onegin — A Novel in Verse
May, Rollo The Courage to Create
Langer, Ellen Counterclockwise — Mindful Health and the Power of Possibility
Steiner, Rudolf Becoming the Archangel Michael's Companions, GA#217, 13 lectures in Stuttgart Oct. 3-15, 1922
Saint-Exupéry, Antoine de Flight to Arras
Steiner, Rudolf The Influence of the Dead on Destiny, GA#179, 8 lectures in Dornach, Dec 2-22, 1917
Schiff, Stacy Antoine de Saint-Exupéry — A Biography
Rosenblum, Bruce and Fred Kuttner Quantum Enigma — Physics Encounters Consciousness
Steiner, Rudolf Cosmic New Year, GA#195 — 5 lectures in Stuttgart Dec 21, 1919 — Jan 1, 1920
Steiner, Rudolf Freedom of Thought and Societal Forces, GA#333 — Implementing the Demands of Society, Six Lectures in May - December 1919
Keller, Evelyn Fox A Feeling for the Organism — Life and Work of Barbara McClintock
Steiner, Rudolf Inner Reading and Inner Hearing — Achieving Being in the World of Ideas, GA#156, 12 Lectures, Dornach in Dec. 1914
Matherne, Bobby The SPIZZNET File — An Adventure in Inter-species Communication
Munthe, Axel The Story of San Michele
Gass , William On Being Blue — A Philosophical Inquiry
Le Guin, Ursula K. Steering the Craft — Exercises and Discussions on Story Writing for the Lone Navigator or the Mutinous Crew
Sanders, Stephen etal Raising Black Flags — Original Poetry By and About Pirates
Dann, Kevin A Short Story of American Destiny, 1909 - 2009
Thoreau, Henry David The Journal of Thoreau — Volume 12 , March 1859 to November 1859
Broks, Paul Into the Silent Land — Travels in Neuropsychology
de Saint-Exupéry, Antoine Night Flight — A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf Old and New Methods of Initiation, GA#210, 14 Lectures Dornach, etal, in Jan, Feb, March, 1922
Sacks, Oliver Uncle Tungsten — Memories of a Chemical Boyhood
Steiner, Rudolf Occult History — Historical Personalities & Events in the Light of Spiritual Science, GA#126, 6 Lectures, Stuttgart, 1910-1911
Doyle, Arthur Conan The Hound of the Baskervilles — A Novel
Essex, Karen Stealing Athena — A Novel
Kaine, Kristina I Connecting — The Soul's Quest
Steiner, Rudolf An Esoteric Cosmology: Evolution, Christ & Modern Spirituality, GA#94, 18 lectures in Paris, May 25-June 14, 1906
Saint-Exupéry, Antoine de Southern Mail — A Novel
Goodrich, Dan Mercury Champagne — A Novel
Rittelmeyer, Friedrich Rudolf Steiner Enters My Life
Barnes, Henry A Life for the Spirit — Rudolf Steiner in the Crosscurrents of Our Time
Hawthorne, Nathaniel The Scarlet Letter — A Novel
Megré, Vladmir The Energy of Life — Book 7 of The Ringing Cedars Series
Laborde, Errol Krewe — Early New Orleans Carnival
Lesser, Wendy Nothing Remains the Same — Rereading and Remembering
Steiner, Rudolf Founding a Science of the Spirit, GA#95
14 Lectures, Stuttgart, Aug-Sept, 1906
Thoreau, Henry David The Journal of Henry David Thoreau, Volume 11 , July 1858 to February 1859
Khan, Hazrat Inayat The Power of the Word and Cosmic Language from Volume II of The Sufi Message
Johnson, Bud The Perfect Season — LSU's Magic Year — 1958
Steiner, Rudolf What Is Anthroposophy?
3 Lectures, July 20-22, Dornach, GA#225
Fforde, Jasper First Among Sequels — Thursday Next Novel No. 5
Megré, Vladmir The Book of Kin — Book 6 of The Ringing Cedars Series
Steiner, Rudolf Turning Points in Spiritual History — Zarathustra, Hermes, Moses, Elijah, Christ, GA#60, 61
Newhart, Bob I Shouldn't Even Be Doing This — and Other Things That Strike Me as Funny
Megré, Vladmir Who Are We? — Book 5 of The Ringing Cedars Series
Levin, Benjamin H. To Spit Against the Wind — A Novel about the Turbulent Life and Times of Tom Paine
Megré, Vladmir Co-creation — Book 4 of The Ringing Cedars Series
de Saint-Euxpéry, Antoine The Little Prince
Megré, Vladmir The Space of Love — Book 3 of The Ringing Cedars Series
Goffstein, M. B. My Editor
Megré, Vladmir The Ringing Cedars of Russia — Book 2 of The Ringing Cedars Series
Megré, Vladmir Anastasia — Book 1 of The Ringing Cedars Series
Lewis, Louise No Experts Needed — The Meaning of Life According to You!
Steiner, Rudolf Broken Vessels — The Spiritual Structure of Human Frailty, GA#318
Geudj, Denis The Parrot's Theorem — A Novel
Thoreau, Henry David The Journal of Henry David Thoreau, Volume 10, August 1857 to June 1858
Kohl , Herbert I Won't Learn from You — and other Thoughts on Creative Maladjustment
Steiner, Rudolf Theosophy — A Book, GA# 9 — An Introduction to the Supersensible Knowledge of the World and the Destination of Man
Martel, Yann Life of Pi — A Novel
Waugh, Evelyn Scoop — A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf Inner Nature of Man and the Life Between Death and a New Birth — 6 Lectures in Vienna, April 9-14, 1914, GA#153
Kaine, Kristina Guest Essay: Dancing with the I Am — Meditation on the Eighth Beatitude using St John's Gospel
Fforde Jasper Something Rotten — A Thursday Next Novel, No. 4
Pylkkänen, Paavo Mind, Matter, and the Implicate Order
Chesterton, Gilbert Keith The Man Who Was Thursday
Kipp, Friedrich Childhood and Human Evolution
Steiner, Rudolf Anthroposophy and Inner Life 9 Lectures, Dornach, Jan-Feb, 1924, GA#234
Cruse, Don GUEST ESSAY: Karl Popper and Owen Barfield and the Embattled Ideal of an Open Society
Edelglass, Stephen and Georg Maier, Hans Gebert, John Davy The Marriage of Sense and Thought — Imaginative Participation in Science
Steiner, Rudolf Earthly Knowledge and Heavenly Wisdom 9 Lectures in Dornach in February, 1923, GA#221
Bailey, John The Lost German Slave Girl
The Extraordinary True Story of Sally Miller and Her Fight for Freedom in Old New Orleans
Edelglass, Stephen The Physics of Human Experience
Thoreau, Henry David The Journal of Henry David Thoreau, Volume 9, August 1856 to August 1857
Steiner, Rudolf The Sun Mystery & the Mystery of Death and Resurrection, GA#211
Steiner, Rudolf Genesis — Secrets of Creation, GA#122
Fforde, Jasper The Well of Lost Plots — Thursday Next Novel No. 3
Lawson, Robert The Fabulous Flight of Peter and Gus
Fforde, Jasper Lost in a Good Book — Thursday Next Novel No. 2
Steiner, Rudolf Mystery Drama 4 — The Soul's Awakening, GA# 14
Steiner, Rudolf Mystery Drama 3 — The Guardian of the Threshold, GA# 14
Jones, Diana Wynne Dark Lord of Derkholm — A Novel
Fforde, Jasper The Eyre Affair — Thursday Next Novel No. 1
Steiner, Rudolf Mystery Drama 2 — The Soul's Probation, GA# 14
Llosa, Mario Vargas Letters to a Young Novelist — Translated by Natasha Wimmer
Niffenegger, Audrey The Time Traveler's Wife — A Novel
Farrelly, Frank and Jeff Brandsma Provocative Therapy
Schucman, Helen A Course in Miracles — Volume One: Text
Schucman, Helen A Course in Miracles — Volume Two: Workbook
Nichols, Kathleen Morning Glories — Poetry and Prose to Touch Your Heart
James, Henry The Turn of the Screw — A Story
Montagu, Ashley Touching — The Human Significance of the Skin
Steiner, Rudolf Mystery Drama 1 — The Portal of Initiation, GA# 14
Budhos, Marina The Professor of Light — A Novel
Hopkins, Gerard Manley Hopkins — The Mystical Poet
Perrin, Warren Acadian Redemption — From Beausoleil Broussard to Queen's Proclamation
Humphrey, Nicholas Seeing Red — A Study of Consciousness
Merrill, Ellen C. Germans of Louisiana
Schank, Roger C. Tell Me A Story — A New Look at Real and Artificial Memory
Steiner, Rudolf Guardian Angels — Connecting with our Spiritual Guides and Helpers
Szuter, Eric Unconditional Surrender — Message to Abdullah, A Novel
Forster, E. M. A Room With a View, A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf The Riddles of Philosophy — Introduction by Fritz C. A. Koelln, GA#18, A 1914 Book
Kaine, Kristina GUEST ESSAY: Third Sign in the Gospel of St. John [5:1-18], Healing the Invalid — Go and Sin No More
Needleman, Jacob A Little Book on Love, A Wise and Inspiring Guide to Discovering the Gift of Love
Steiner, Rudolf Three Lectures on the Mystery Dramas — In Basel, Sept 1910 and Berlin, Oct 1910, GA#125; and Berlin, Dec 1911, GA# 127
Steiner, Rudolf Soul Economy Body, Soul, and Spirit in Waldorf Education, GA# 303 — 16 Lectures in Dornach, Dec, Jan 1921, 22
Thoreau, Henry David The Journal of Henry David Thoreau, Volume 8, November 1855 to August 1856
Steiner, Rudolf The Four Sacrifices of Christ — Lecture in Basel, June 1, 1914, GA# 152
Steiner, Rudolf Genius of Language — Observations for Teachers, GA# 299 — 6 Lectures in Stuttgart, Dec, Jan 1919, 20
Steiner, Rudolf Secrets of the Threshold — 8 Lectures in Munich, August, 1913
Steiner, Rudolf The Threshold of the Spiritual World, A 1912 Book [GA 17]
Cruttenden, Walter Lost Star of Myth and Time
Dibdin, Michael And Then You Die — An Aurelio Zen Mystery
Steiner, Rudolf The Riddle of Man — A Book from 1916 [GA 20]
Steiner, Rudolf Riddles of the Soul — A Book from 1917 [GA 21]
Cahill, Thomas How the Irish Saved Civilization
Steiner, Rudolf Toward Imagination, GA$ 169 — Culture and the Individual — 7 Lectures in Berlin, July, 1916
Newman, Paul and A. E. Hotchner Shameless Exploitation — In Pursuit of the Common Good
Steiner, Rudolf Secret Brotherhoods and the Mystery of the Human Double — Lectures in Switzerland, November, 1917
Thoreau, Henry David The Journal of Henry David Thoreau, Vol. 7 — September 1854 to October 1855
Steiner, Rudolf An Occult Physiology, GA# 128, 8 Lectures in Prague, March 20-28, 1911
Eiseley, Loren The Star Thrower — Introduction by W. H. Auden
Auel, Jean The Shelters of Stone — Fifth Novel in Earth's Children Series
Smith, Edward Reaugh The Soul's Long Journey --- How the Bible Reveals Reincarnation
Schlag, Pierre The Enchantment of Reason
Sardello, Robert Love and Soul
Steiner, Rudolf The Renewal of the Social Organism, GA# 24, Articles written in 1919 and 1920
Steiner, Rudolf Philosophy of Freedom, A Study Guide by Tom Last and Bobby Matherne
Rilke, Rainer Maria Sonnets To Orpheus
Frankfurt, Harry G. The Reasons of Love
Schuller, Robert H. Move Ahead with Possibility Thinking — A Practical and Spiritual Challenge to Change Your Thinking and Your Life
Steiner, Rudolf Spiritual Science as a Foundation for Social Forms, GA# 199, 18 Lectures Aug-Sept, 1920
Keller, Anna Belle Terre Acadie — The Story of One Family of the Acadian Diaspora
Austen, Jane Mansfield Park
Thoreau, Henry David The Journal of Henry David Thoreau, Volume 6, December 1853 to August 1854
Frankfurt, Harry G. On Bullshit
Maeterlinck, Maurice The Life of the Bee
Ovason, David The Two Children --- A Study of the Two Jesus Children in Literature and Art
di Lampedusa , Guiseppe GUEST REVIEW by William D. Reeves: The Leopard — A Homage
Steiner, Rudolf Towards Social Renewal
A Book on Rethinking the Basis of Society
MacDonald, Hector The Mind Game --- A Novel
Davis, Wade Shadows in the Sun: Travels to Landscapes of Spirit and Desire
Steiner, Rudolf The Karma of Untruthfulness, Volume 2, GA# 174
12 Lecs Dornach, JAN 1917
Kaine, Kristina GUEST ESSAY: "Michaelmas" A Talk given to Briar Hill Primary School in Australia
Steiner, Rudolf Cosmosophy, Volume 2, GA# 207, Cosmic Influences on the Human Being
Delbanco, Andrew Required Reading: Why Our American Classics Matter Now
Friedjung, Michael Putting Soul into Science
Thoreau, Henry David The Journal of Henry David Thoreau, Volume 5, March 1853 to November 1853
Steiner, Rudolf Cosmosophy, Volume 1, GA# 207, Cosmic Influences on the Human Being
Mailer, Norman Portrait of Picasso as a Young Man — An Interpretative Biography
Steiner, Rudolf A Psychology of Body, Soul, and Spirit, GA# 115
Flammang, James M. etal Cars of the Fabulous '50s — A Decade of High Style and Good Times
Dufresne, John Louisiana Power & Light — A Novel
Rescher, Nicholas Peirce's Philosophy of Science
Chadwick, David — edited by To Shine One Corner of the World --- Moments with Shunryu Suzuki, as told by students
Al-Ghazzali The Alchemy of Happiness
Wehr, Gerhard Jung & Steiner --- The Birth of A New Psychology
Mueller, Lisel Alive Together — New and Selected Poems
Heinlein, Robert Space Cadet — A Novel
Bauer, Henry Beyond Velikovsky --- The History of a Public Controversy
Lish, Gordon Epigraph - A Novel
McCarthy, Mary The Company She Keeps
Cook, Elizabeth Achilles
Steiner, Rudolf From Sunspots to Strawberries, GA# 354, Answers to Questions June to September, 1924
Updike, John Just Looking — Essays on Art
Thoreau, Henry David The Journal of Thoreau — Volume 4 --- from May 1852 to February 1853
Eisentein, Charles The Yoga of Eating — Transcending Diets and Dogma to Nourish the Natural Self
Steiner, Rudolf From Crystals to Crocodiles, GA# 347, Answers to Questions, 10 Sessions in Dornach, August to September, 1922
Moore, Thomas Care of the Soul — A Guide for Cultivating Depth and Sacredness in Everyday Life
Belyi, Voloschin & Turgenieff Reminiscences of Rudolf Steiner
Sudo, Philip Toshio Zen Computer
Layard, John The Lady of the Hare — A Study of the Healing Power of Dreams
Steiner, Rudolf An Outline of Occult Science, GA# 13 — Chapters 1, 2, 3 Nature of Humankind
Steiner, Rudolf An Outline of Occult Science, GA# 13 — Chapters 4 — Evolution of the Cosmos and Humankind
Steiner, Rudolf (Work in Progress) An Outline of Occult Science, GA# 13 — Chapters 5, 6, 7, 8 — Initiation, Future of Evolution, Misc.
Hesse, Hermann Demian — The Story of a Youth
Waugh, Evelyn The Loved One — A Novel
Hayman, Ronald A Life of Jung — A Biography
Steiner, Rudolf The Light Course, GA# 320 — Ten Lectures in Stuttgart, 1919, 1920
Lish, Gordon Arcade or How to Write a Novel
Steiner, Rudolf The Sense Organs and Destiny Four Lectures
Bloom, Harold Omens of Millennium — The Gnosis of Angels, Dreams, and Resurrection
Helprin, Mark Winter's Tale
Steiner, Rudolf From Mammoths To Mediums, GA# 350, Answers to Questions, 16 Sessions in Dornach, May to September, 1923
Goldberg, Natalie Wild Mind --- Living the Writer's Life
Steiner, Rudolf From Jesus to Christ, GA# 131 — 10 Lectures in Karlsruhe, October 1911
Goldberg, Natalie Thunder and Lightning --- Cracking Open the Writer's Craft
Murdoch, Iris Something Special --- A Story
Steiner, Rudolf From Comets to Cocaine, GA# 348 (Q&A on Health & Illness) Answers to Questions, Oct. 1922 — Feb. 1923
Thoreau, Henry David The Journal of Henry David Thoreau, Vol. 3
Bittleston, Adam The Lord's Prayer — An Essay on Rudolf Steiner from 'The Golden Blade' 1964
Steiner, Rudolf Faith, Love, Hope: The Third Revelation to Mankind
2 Lectures in Nuremburg, Dec. 2&3 1911
Pollack, Robert The Missing Moment — How the Unconscious Shapes Modern Science
Lodge, David Thinks . . . (A Novel on Consciousness)
Steiner, Rudolf The Karma of Untruthfulness, GA# 173, Volume 1
12 Lecs Dornach,1 Basel, DEC 1916
James ,Henry The Spoils of Poynton
Kundera, Milan Ignorance
McCarthy, Mary Ideas and the Novel
Steiner, Rudolf The Work of the Angels in Man's Astral Body, GA# 182
4 Lectures in September, 1923
Steiner, Rudolf Man in the Past, Present and Future and The Sun-Initiation and Moon Science of the Druid Priest
4 Lectures in September, 1923
Cruse, Don with Robert Zimmer Evolution and the New Gnosis — Anti-establishment Essays on Knowledge, Science, Religion and Casual Logic
Goldberg, Natalie Long Quiet Highway — Waking Up in America
Finaldi, Gabriele et al The Image of Christ — An Exhibition at The National Gallery London 26 Feb — 7 May 2000
McCarthy, Mary How I Grew — (Her Early Years 13 to 21)
Steiner, Rudolf The Christian Mystery, GA# 97,
29 Lectures on Christianity, 1906 — 1908
Brooks, Ray Blowing Zen — Finding An Authentic Life
Steiner, Rudolf The Destinies of Individuals and Nations, GA# 157 [Important Messages for the Post-911 (September 11th) World]
Davidson, Robyn Desert Places — A Woman's Odyssey with the Wanderers of the Indian Desert
Collingwood, R. G. An Autobiography
Edinger, H. G. Thucydides Speeches of Pericles
Khema, Ayya Being Nobody Going Nowhere — Meditations on the Buddhist Path
Castaneda, Carlos The Active Side of Infinity
Steiner, Rudolf True and False Paths in Spiritual Investigation, GA# 243
Dillard, Annie; Thomas, Lewis; Morrison, Toni; Baker, Russell; et al Inventing the Truth — The Art and Craft of Memoir
Dana, Richard Henry Two Years Before the Mast
Matherne, Bobby Essay: Art Is The Process of Destruction
Maso, Carole Break Every Rule — Essays on Language, Longing & Moments of Desire
Steiner, Rudolf Nutrition and Stimulants
Steiner, Rudolf Bees, GA# 351
Steiner, Rudolf How Can Mankind Find the Christ Again? GA# 187
Douglas-Klotz, Neil The Hidden Gospel — Decoding the Spiritual Message of the Aramaic Jesus
Waller, Robert James A Thousand Country Roads — Epilogue to 'Bridges of Madison County'
Thoreau, Henry David The Journal of Henry David Thoreau, Vol. 2
Rowling, J. K. Harry Potter
Smith, Edward Reaugh The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved
Steiner, Rudolf The Mystery of the Trinity, GA# 214
Steiner, Rudolf The Mission of the Spirit, GA# 214
Atwood, Margaret Negotiating with the Dead — A Writer on Writing
Raine, Barry Where the River Bends
Steiner, Rudolf Anthroposophical Leading Thoughts, GA# 26
Pilkey, Dav The Adventures of Captain Underpants
Smith, Edward Reaugh David's Question "What is Man?"
Yoshimoto, Banana NP — A Novel
Steiner, Rudolf Human and Cosmic Thought, GA# 151
Smith, Edward Reaugh The Burning Bush — An Anthroposophical Commentary on the Bible
Dann, Kevin Lewis Creek Lost and Found
Steiner, Rudolf The Principle of Spiritual Economy, GA# 109
Leighton, Ralph Tuva or Bust! Richard Feynman's Last Journey
Steiner, Rudolf Self-Consciousness, GA# 23 — Ten Lectures in Nov-Dec, 1921 in Oslo, Norway
Thoreau, Henry David The Journal of Thoreau — Volume 1, 1837 to 1847
Rabey, Steve In the House of Memory — Ancient Celtic Wisdom for Everyday Life
Matherne, Bobby Essay: The Childhood of Humanity — On the Origin of Doylic Memory
Handler, Lowell Twitch and Shout — A Touretter's Tale
Aitken, Robert A Zen Wave --- Basho's Haiku & Zen
Smith, Edward Reaugh The Incredible Births of Jesus
Thompson, Morton The Cry and the Covenant — a docu-fiction of Dr. Ignatz Semmelweis
Cahill, Thomas The Gifts of the Jews — How a Tribe of Desert Nomads Changed the Way Everyone Thinks and Feels
Steiner, Rudolf Necessity and Freedom, GA# 166 — Five Lectures, Berlin, Jan, Feb 1916
Steiner, Rudolf Chance, Providence and Necessity, GA# 163 — Eight Lectures, Dornach, Aug-Sept 1915
Marriott, Edward The Lost Tribe — A Harrowing Passage into New Guinea's Heart of Darkness
Dann, Kevin Bright Colors, Falsely Seen — Synaesthesia and the Search for Trancendental Knowledge
Steiner, Rudolf Michaelmas and the Soul-Forces of Man, GA# 223 — Four Lectures, Vienna, Sept 27 -Jan, 1923
Steiner, Rudolf The Boundaries of Natural Science, GA# 322, Eight Lectures, Dornach, Sep-Oct, 1920
Mowat, Farley Aftermath — Travels in a Post-War World
Steiner, Rudolf The Origins of Natural Science, GA# 326, Nine Lectures, Dornach, Dec. 1922 through Jan. 1923
O'Donohue, John Anam Cara — A Book of Celtic Wisdom
Steiner, Rudolf The Redemption of Thinking The Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas, GA# 605, Three Lectures, Dornach, May, 1920
Turner, Dan Twillinger's Voyage — A Science Fiction Novel
Steiner, Rudolf From Limestone to Lucifer, GA# 349 Answers to Questions — Twelve Sessions at Dornach from Feb to May, 1923
Steiner, Rudolf From Elephants to Einstein, GA# 352 Answers to Questions — Ten Discussion at Dornach in Jan, Feb 1924
Panek, Richard Seeing and Believing — How the Telescope Opened our Eyes and Minds to the Heavens
Steiner, Rudolf At Home in the Universe, GA# 231 — Exploring Our Suprasensory Nature — Five Talks at The Hague in Nov. 1923
Steiner, Rudolf Man in the World of the Stars, GA# 219 — The Spiritual Communion of Mankind — 12 Lectures in Dornach, Nov, Dec, 1922
Sobel, Dava Galileo's Daughter — A Historical Memoir of Science, Faith, and Love
Johnson, Mark The Body in the Mind — The Bodily Basis of Meaning, Imagination, and Reason
Steiner, Rudolf The Ahrimanic Deception, GA# 193 — October 27, 1919 Lecture in Zurich
Rosenfield, Israel The Strange, Familiar, and Forgotten — An Anatomy of Consciousness
Margolis, Howard Paradigm and Barriers — How Habits of Mind Govern Scientific Beliefs
Twain, Mark Joan of Arc — Personal Recollections by Sieur Louis de Conte,
Searle, John R. The Mystery of Consciousness
Steiner, Rudolf Angels — Selected Lectures
Edelman, Gerald M. Bright Air, Brilliant Fire — On the Matter of Mind
Heath, Spencer Citadel, Market, and Altar — Emerging Society
hooks, bell Wounds of Passion — A Writing Life
Steiner, Rudolf The Book of Revelation, GA# 346 — and the Work of the Priest
Steiner, Rudolf From Beetroot to Beethoven, GA# 353
Steiner, Rudolf Building Stones for an understanding of the Mystery of Golgotha, GA# 175
Colum, Padraic The Trojan War and the Adventures of Odysseus
Zeig, Jeffrey K. Experiencing Erickson — An Introduction to the Man and his Work
Steiner, Rudolf Anthroposophy — A Fragment, GA# 45
Steiner, Rudolf Theosophy of the Rosicrucian, GA# 99 - 14 Lectures in Munich in 1907
Griffiths, Paul What Emotions Really Are
Coupland, Douglas Girlfriend in a Coma
Damasio, Antonio R. Descartes' Error
Steiner, Rudolf Cosmic and Human Metamorphoses, GA# 44 — Seven Lectures in Berlin in 1900
Steiner, Rudolf Truth and Knowledge, GA# 909
Steiner, Rudolf Mysticism at the Dawn of the Modern Age, GA# 7
Arden, Harvey and Steve Wall Travels in a Stone Canoe
Capp, Al My Well Balanced Life on a Wooden Leg [Memoirs of Al Capp]
Steiner, Rudolf An Outline of Occult Science, GA# 13 [Review written in 1996]
Steiner, Rudolf Fruits of Anthroposophy, GA# 78 — Lectures in Stuttgart in 1921
Forbes, Edith Exit to Reality [Novel set in 3100 AD]
Khan, Hazrat Inayat Sufi Teachings — Volume VIII of A Sufi Message
Happé, Francesca Autism — An Introduction to Psychological Theory
Various Authors Index Page for Early Reviews from 1987
Steiner, Rudolf Macrocosm and Microcosm, GA# 119 — Eleven Lectures in Vienna, 1910
Lodge, David The Art of Fiction
Caponegro, Mary The Star Café — and Other Stories
Steiner, Rudolf Original Title: Psychoanalysis & Spiritual Psychology — NOW: Freud, Jung, & Spiritual Psychology, GA#s 178, 143, 205
Steiner, Rudolf Reincarnation and Karma, GA# 135 — Three Lectures in Berlin, Two in Stuttgart in 1912
Dillard, Annie For the Time Being
Lazarus, Richard S. and Bernice N. Passion & Reason — Making Sense of Our Emotions
Steiner, Rudolf Deeper Secrets of Human History in the Light of the Gospel of St. Matthew, GA# 117 — Three Lectures in Berlin, 1909
Matherne, Bobby Doyletics — Introduction and Basic Theory — Original Work by Bobby Matherne
Meier, C. A. The Unconscious in Its Empirical Manifestations — Vol I of the Psychology of C. G. Jung
Steiner, Rudolf The Karma of Vocation, GA# 172 — Ten Lectures in Dornach, 1916
Shepherd, A. P. A Scientist of the Invisible [ An overview of Rudolf Steiner's work]
Brown, G. Spencer Laws of Form
Paulsen, Michael Teaching and Learning in the College Classroom
Lowman, Joseph Mastering the Techniques of Teaching
Bruner, Jerome The Process of Education
Steiner, Rudolf The Kingdom of Childhood, GA# 311 — Introductory Talks on Waldorf Education
Rank, Otto The Trauma of Birth
de Saint-Exupéry, Antoine Wind, Sand, and Stars
Steiner, Rudolf The Archangel Michael, GA# 67
Bruner, Jerome On Knowing — Essays for the Left Hand
Elbow, Peter Embracing Contraries — Explorations in Teaching and Learning
Steiner, Rudolf Education as a Force for Social Good, GA# 296, Includes Original Waldorf Lectures in Stuttgart in 1919
Steiner, Rudolf Karmic Relationships, Volume 7, GA# 239, Esoteric Studies, Nine Lectures in Breslau in June, 1924
Steiner, Rudolf Karmic Relationships, GA# 240, Volume 8, Esoteric Studies, Six Lectures in Torquay and London in August, 1924
Dillard, Annie Teaching a Stone to Talk
Dillard, Annie An American Childhood
Steiner, Rudolf Karmic Relationships, GA# 240, Volume 6, Esoteric Studies, Nine Lectures in Berne, Zürich, Stuttgart, Arnhem, Jan to July 20, 1924
Steiner, Rudolf and Ita Wegman Extending Practical Medicine, GA# 27, — Fundamental Principles based on the Science of the Spirit
Hayek, F. A. Capitalism and the Historians — Essays by T. S. Ashton, L. M. Hacker, W. H. Hutt, and B. de Jouvenel
Galambos, Andrew Joseph Sic Itur Ad Astra, Volume 1 — Review written July 4th 1999
Steiner, Rudolf Karmic Relationships, Volume 5, GA# 239, ,Esoteric Studies— 7 Lectures given in Prague and Paris in May, 1924
Steiner, Rudolf Karmic Relationships, Volume 4, GA# 238, Esoteric Studies — 11 Lectures given in Dornach, Switzerland in September 1924
Steiner, Rudolf Karmic Relationships, Volume 3, GA# 237, — in the Anthroposophical Movement — 11 Lectures, Dornach, 1924
Steiner, Rudolf The Apocalypse of St. John, GA# 104, — 12 Lectures given in Nuremberg, Germany in 1908
Bauby, Jean-Dominique The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
Markides, Kyriacos Fire in the Heart — Healers, Sages and Mystics
Steiner, Rudolf Karmic Relationships, Volume 2, GA# 236, Esoteric Studies — 16 Lectures given in Dornach, Switzerland in 1924
Steiner, Rudolf Karmic Relationships, Volume 1, GA# 235, Esoteric Studies — Twelve Lectures given in Dornach, Switzerland in 1924
Malamud, Bernard God's Grace
Dillard, Annie Pilgrim at Tinker Creek
Bloom, Allan The Closing of the American Mind
Steiner, Rudolf The Gospel of St. Mark, GA# 139, — Ten Lectures given in Basel, Switzerland in September1912
Dillard, Annie The Writing Life
Jerome, John The Writer's Trade — A Year in the Life of a Writer
Steiner, Rudolf Background to the Gospel of St. Mark, GA# 124 — Thirteen Lectures given in Germany, 1910-1911
Steiner, Rudolf The Gospel of St. Matthew, GA# 123 — Twelve Lectures given in Berne in 1910
McConkey, James The Anatomy of Memory — An Anthology
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques Emile or On Education
Steiner, Rudolf The Gospel of St. Luke, GA# 114 — Ten Lectures given in Basle in 1909
Steiner, Rudolf The Gospel of St. John, GA# 103 — Twelve Lectures given in Hamburg in 1908
Abel, Alan How To Thrive on Rejection
Cleary, Thomas The Human Element — A Course in Resourceful Thinking
Steiner, Rudolf The Education of the Child, GA# 34 — Early Lectures on Education [1906 -1911]
Eiseley, Loren The Night Country — Reflections of A Bone Hunting Man
Steiner, Rudolf Education and Modern Spiritual Life
Stein, Gertrude The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas
Hilts, Philip J. Memory's Ghost — The Nature of Memory and the Strange Tale of Mr. M.
Paul, Shale The Warrior Within
Freud, Sigmund Dora: An Analysis of a Case of Hysteria
Lodge, David The Practice of Writing
Feynman, Richard The Meaning of It All — Thoughts of a Citizen-Scientist
Steiner, Rudolf The Riddle of Humanity, GA# 170 — The Spiritual Background of Human History
Mulisch, Harry The Discovery of Heaven
Steiner, Rudolf Jeshu ben Pandira, GA# 909
Who Prepared the Way for an Understanding of the Christ Impulse
Steiner, Rudolf Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature, GA# 158
Hall, Manly P. The Most Holy Trinosophia of Comte de St.-Germain
Sartre, Jean-Paul The Emotions — The Outline of a Theory
Matherne, Bobby (reviewer) The Mr. Magoo Duo of the Nineties — A Movie Review
Sarason, Seymour B. The Challenge of Art to Psychology
Steiner, Rudolf The Spiritual Hierarchies and the Physical World, GA# 110 — Reality and Illusion
Steiner, Rudolf Christianity as Mystical Fact, GA# 8
Paulos, John Allen I Think, Therefore I Laugh — An Alternative Approach to Philosophy
Steiner, Rudolf The Gospel of St. John in Relation to the other Gospels, GA# 112
Barrow, John D. The Artful Universe
Thompson, William Irwin Coming Into Being
Steiner, Rudolf The Fifth Gospel — From the Akashic Record, GA# 148
Steiner, Rudolf Man in the Light of Occultism, Theosophy, and Philosophy, GA# 137
Golding, William The Double Tongue
Harwood, A. C. The Recovery of Man in Childhood — A Study Rudolf Steiner's Education Work
Steiner, Rudolf The Influences of Lucifer and Ahriman, GA# 191
Human Responsibility for the Earth
Steiner, Rudolf Social Issues Meditative Thinking & the Threefold Social Order, GA# 334
Bulliet, Richard The Sufi Fiddle
Steiner, Rudolf Universe, Earth, and Man In their relationship to Egyptian Myths, GA# 105
Steiner, Rudolf Cosmic Memory — The Prehistory of Earth and Man, GA# 11
Horgan, John The End of Science
Steiner, Rudolf Materialism and the Task of Anthroposophy, GA# 204
Steiner, Rudolf Life Between Death & Rebirth, GA# 140
Steiner, Rudolf The Spiritual Guidance of the Individual and Humanity, GA# 15
Steiner, Rudolf Learning to See into the Spiritual World, GA# 350
Roberts, Jane The Magical Approach (A Seth Book)
Pribram, Karl (edited by) On The Biology of Learning
Watzlawick, Paul The Situation Is Hopeless, But Not Serious
Williams, Donna Nobody Nowhere
Castenada, Carlos The Power of Silence
Bloomer, Carolyn M. Principles of Visual Perception
Barzun, Jacques Simple & Direct
LeDoux, Joseph The Emotional Brain
Edelman, Gerald M. The Remembered Present
Kast, Verena Joy, Inspiration, and Hope
Sacks, Oliver The Island of the Colorblind
Zajonc, Arthur Catching the Light
Steiner, Rudolf The Effects of Esoteric Development, GA# 154
Barfield, Owen History in English Words
Mairs, Nancy Voice Lessons — On Becoming a (Woman) Writer

These books are all about going on. All the way. To our common destination. To which none of us wants to go ignorant and alone. Hence, into the dark, we write. — Nancy Mairs in Voice Lessons

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