The Christmas Conference - a Saturday morning talk in Chicago

with Margaret Shipman

THE CHRISTMAS CONFERENCE
with Margaret Shipman

How can we begin to understand the importance of The Christmas Conference of 1923/24? Can it be understood as so profound to consider it a second turning point of time? We will take a journey with the foundation stone, beginning with the laying of the first stone, a physical one, for the first Goetheanum, in 1913. Then — through the phoenix experience of the 1922/23 fire, and its journey back to earth a year later—we find it again, as a foundation stone meditation planted into our hearts. The introduction of The Foundation Stone Meditation was a central focus of the Christmas Conference week. It was one of three great gifts which Rudolf Steiner brought at this time as powerful spiritual tools for human evolution.

Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018
10am to Noon
at the Rudolf Steiner Branch
4249 N. Lincoln Ave. Chicago
$15 or pay what you can
snacks to share encouraged

For more information contact coordinator:
Hazel Archer Ginsberg hag@remove-this.rschicago.remove-this.org

Margaret Shipman has been a member of the Anthroposophical Society for 30 years and considers the work of Rudolf Steiner to be the core of her life. In 2002 she started a national study group for anthroposophy - ‘Geographically Engaged Members Studygroup’, or G.E.M.S. She is also a cellist and pianist and spent 36 years repairing and making instruments of the violin family. She co-authored the book titled Violin Restoration with her mentor, Hans Weisshaar, who was in the second-ever Waldorf class and met Rudolf Steiner as a child.