With Harlan Gilbert
The first of three lecture/workshops. Please note: This workshop was previously scheduled for November 2, 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.
In this workshop, we will explore three ways karma works, each of which influences our experience of the present pandemic:
- Past karma shapes our experiences and limits our options.
- In the present, we exercise freedom of will, providing the possibility of transforming old karma and of creating new karma.
- Our future destiny calls us to prepare for it.
Also in the series: Covid and Medical Technology (February 8) 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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