With Harlan Gilbert
The second of three lecture/workshops. Please note: This workshop was previously scheduled for November 9, 2021.
The current pandemic is having dramatic repercussions on nearly every individual living today. It constitutes a major intrusion into world and individual destiny. In three evening workshops, we will explore the questions: Why a global pandemic, why this one, and why now?
Each workshop will include a lecture, group discussion, and Q&A.
There is a long history of measures taken to combat disease. How can these be understood from physical, soul, and spiritual perspectives? We will particularly closely examine the development of vaccines, from traditional medicine to contemporary times.
Also in the series: The Past, Present, and Future Karma of Corona Virus Disease-19 (February 1) and What Is Covid Asking of Us? (February 15).
Harlan Gilbert holds a Waldorf teaching certificate from Emerson College, an MS in education from Sunbridge College, and a PhD in transformative studies from the California Institute of Integral Studies. Since 2003, he has taught mathematics, computer science, and philosophy at Green Meadow Waldorf School. He has published a book on child development and pedagogy as well as many articles considering technology and other themes from an anthroposophic point of view.
Livestream Series Pass: $50 / $30 seniors and students. Includes live access to all three workshops in the series (via Zoom), plus recordings. Starting times: The workshops begin at 7:30pm EST (UTC-5:00).
In-Person Series Pass: $50 / $30 seniors and students. Includes admission to all three workshops at Threefold Auditorium plus access to recordings of all three workshops.
Individual Workshops (In-Person): $20 / $12 students and seniors. Includes admission to the workshop at Threefold Auditorium plus access to a recording of the workshop.
In-person tickets must be purchased in advance. Click here to order tickets.
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