Supporting the dear Soul of our Gheorghe (Geo) Aur

Dirk Kruse

 

On Friday the 15th of September 2017 our Year-circle friend Gheorghe Aur (“Geo”), 41 years old, has gone into our surrounding of the spiritual world. We wish that them who feel so may dedicate some thoughts in their own ways of doing to his soul now – maybe every morning and evening.

Geo was a good friend of many young Romanian Anthroposophists. His lifestyle and soul expression was following the two most important words of his live: Smerenie and Iubire – Devotion and Love.

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A short report from the first Summer School of Iona

Dirk Kruse

 

The Summer School of Iona and the misteries travel afterwards – from 9th to 23rd July 2016 – brought much more deep experiences and oberservations than awaited. We have to thank a lot the huge efforts of Renatus Derbidge and the touching presence of Jonathan and Ann from our place Leob Croft on Mull!

Always covered in intense nature – and group experiences, we experienced the following impressions.


Greeting the morning at Leob Croft on Mull

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The Retezat Mountains – three-day Excursion at the ”Soul of Europe” conference 2015

Dirk Kruse

 

The Retezat in the South-West Capathians is physically a glacier area, but the glaciers have melted and we find yet mostly lakes near the tops, in the forest-less areas. The Retezat has about 100 lakes! The biggest glacier lake of Romania is the centrally located Lake Bucura.
 


The Retezat Mountains

 

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Evolution Streams in the History of the Anthroposophical Movement

Reviewed Lecture – Simeria Veche, Romania – 25 August 2012

Dirk Kruse

 

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Our work here with oversensible practicing and research developed like a mild stream. Maybe because deep insights which connect us here were coming in relation to this, by looking on the tragic events of the Anthroposophical Society after Rudolf Steiner’s death. We’ve seen how there was a lack of the needed abilities which could be developed out of How to Attain Knowledge of the Higher Worlds, about which Rudolf Steiner spoke to Alexander Strakosch. A lack of refined social ability also. Often spiritual impulses find quick opposing forces – we can find it already in the Way of Christ on Earth. And we felt that it’s part of our stream. That the people then – great personalities, but how human they fell into weaknesses for some time – were our coworkers in another part of time. That a long stream of Karma is connecting us all. A stream that comes from the origins, from initiations, Mystery places, from lonesome searching brotherhoods that were connected with the spiritual beings of the surrounding and the heights, followers of Christ besides the official churches, a stream from the Paternal Foundation of the World, a stream which had to go through death, through the death of relationships, through physical death, which however serves for awakening, for becoming conscious.

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