The Formation of a Science of World-Economics~World Economy

World Economy

The Formation of a Science of World-Economics

by: Rudolf Steiner

Fourteen lectures are given in Dornach,
24th July to 6th August 1922
Translated by A. O. Barfield and T. Gordon-Jones Bn 340, GA 340

These lectures provide a foundation for a completely new approach to the science of economics. Steiner does not give abstract theories but bases his ideas on the dynamics inherent in the phenomena themselves. A mobile, flexible quality of thinking is required to enter into this radically different approach to such things as capital, labor, and natural resources, and the qualitative differences between purchase, loan, and gift money. The direction Steiner indicated in these lectures is the inspiration for a number of banking and financial initiatives now active all over the world.

These Economic Course lectures are the entire contents of the lecture series entitled, World Economy, published in German as, Nationaloekonomischer Kurs. Aufgaben einer neuen Wirtschaftswissenschaft, Band I. They were translation by Owen Barfield and T. Gordon-Jones.

This volume is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach, Switzerland. From Bn 340, GA 340.

I Lecture I Dornach 24th July, 1922
II Lecture II Dornach 25th July, 1922
III Lecture III Dornach 26th July, 1922
IV Lecture IV Dornach 27th July, 1922
V Lecture V Dornach 28th July, 1922
VI Lecture VI Dornach 29th July, 1922
VII Lecture VII Dornach 30th July, 1922
VIII Lecture VIII Dornach 31st July, 1922
IX Lecture IX Dornach 1st August, 1922
X Lecture X Dornach 2nd August, 1922
XI Lecture XI Dornach 3rd August, 1922
XII Lecture XII Dornach 4th August, 1922
XIII Lecture XIII Dornach 5th August, 1922
XIV Lecture XIV

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Your Preference and Occurrences

You have come to the knowingness that the perfect thing is going to occur. Not that a particular thing is going to occur, but that the perfect thing is going to occur. Not that what you prefer is going to occur, but that which is perfect is going to occur.

And, as you move towards mastery, these two become one.

Something occurs, and you prefer no occurrence other than what is occurring. It is your very preferring of whatever is occurring that renders that occurrence perfect. This is called, “letting go and letting God”.

A master always prefers what occurs. You, too, will have reached mastery when you are always preferring what is occurring. God

But…but…that is the same as having no preferences at all! I thought that You’ve always said, “Your life proceeds out of your intentions for it.” If you have no preference, how can this be true? Neale

Have intentions, but don’t have expectations, and certainly don’t have requirements. Do not become addicted to a particular result. Do not even prefer one.  Elevate your Addictions to Preferences, and your Preferences to Acceptances.

This is the way to peace. That is the way to mastery.  God

Taken from the book: Friendship with God ~ an uncommon dialogue ~ Neale Donald Walsh

Communion with God conversations with god Neale Donald Walsch

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Earthing: also known as Grounding

Earthing (also known as grounding) refers to contact with the Earth’s surface electrons by walking barefoot outside or sitting, working, or sleeping indoors connected to conductive systems, some of them patented, that transfer the energy from the ground into the body. 

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The Cranial Method-Advanced Cranial Sacral-Quantum Connective Medicine

The History of Craniosacral Therapy…

In the early 1900s, in osteopathic school, William Sutherland came to the conclusion that skull bones are capable of shifting – an unorthodox medical view still not fully accepted today. A visionary and pioneer, sensing the far-reaching spiritual implications of his findings, he developed a treatment method making him the grandfather of cranial osteopathy.

Then John Upledger, D.O., author of Your Inner Physician and You (North Atlantic), made a major leap when he discovered why skull bones move in 1975 (explained below) and started to talk openly about the cranial rhythm. He began working with students who weren’t medical professionals. Ten years later, he founded the Upledger Institute in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. The word was out: “It works!” In 1994 the American Craniosacral Therapy Association, also located in Palm Beach Gardens, FL. was created. Last year, the Craniosacral Therapy Association of North America, which has a sister organization in Europe, was set up with headquarters in Canada.

Still a new kid on the block, when compared to other medical modalities like Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine, craniosacral therapy with its many schools and forms, is now one of the fastest-growing practices in alternative medicine. Hundreds of massage therapists are being trained, while many psychotherapists, acupuncturists, physiotherapists, chiropractors, dentists, and medical doctors are adding it to their list of tools. Increasingly used as a preventive health measure, this practice seems to be blurring the boundaries between the health professions because it’s easy to learn and safe.

How does craniosacral therapy work…

On a surface level, the practitioner works with the bones of the skull and the pelvis. This affects, in turn, the deeper layers of membranes and cerebrospinal fluids in the spinal canal, the brain, and the spinal cord itself. Why is this important?

A pulse through the fluids proceeds through the entire craniosacral system, like a tidal wave, from the sutures in the skull to the spinal cord. Cycling about six to ten times a minute, causes tiny movements measuring no more than one-or two-sixteenths of an inch. “It’s a hydraulic system,” says Dr. Upledger, noting how all the components work together to regulate the pressure of these fluids on the brain. “There has to be an optimal circulation, which depends on constant mobility,” he explains. When the membranes and lubricating liquids lose their freedom to glide freely, we hurt and symptoms start.

It’s easy to imagine how even the slightest impact, lesion, or distortion can stretch or strain this delicate system. Any infraction causing nerve endings to alter their perception and signals can negatively affect our entire well-being. Craniosacral therapy helps the body to re-establish an unobstructed wave, which is how symptoms disappear.

There’s also a unique and undeniable spiritual dimension to this practice: “The craniosacral wave isn’t just a physical phenomenon,” says Dr. Milne. “It’s also a field of information and intelligence. In the tiny movements of the system, and in the still points in between, is consciousness.” Dr. Upledger refers to this intelligence as the inner physician, explaining: “The inner wisdom which knows what is wrong, why it’s wrong, and how to correct it. The body tells the therapist what needs to be done.”

Thus, craniosacral work is based on a shamanistic and meditative approach as well as on physiological facts, making it doubly powerful.

What happens during a session…

“There is no need for a client to tell me verbally what’s wrong,” Dr. Upledger says. He prefers to remain open to the body’s own language, although some therapists may want to talk with you first. For the hands-on work to be most effective, you should wear loose, thin clothing. This way, the practitioner can better sense what’s going on in your body. You’ll be asked to lie on your back on a massage table.

By quietly resting the hands-on your skull and sacrum, the therapist evaluates your craniosacral rhythms. This in itself can create a shift in energy. Sometimes, the therapist’s hands become aware of places along the column where energy is stuck or heated. She then uses the bones of the sacrum and cranium as “handles” to manipulate the deeper layers of fluid and membranes. No instruments or devices are used.

In sessions lasting 45 – 60 minutes, clients and therapists work closely together. “Ideally,” says Dr. Milne, “the client clears a mental space so something might occur.” The therapist waits and listens. You might feel a quieting down, sinking in, and deeper awareness. The whole idea is that the practitioner works with such gentleness and

subtleness that the body itself can do the healing and necessary adjustments. “It’s a question of trust,” Dr. Upledger notes. A session can be described as a physically connected meditation, in which hidden information in the craniosacral system reveals itself.

Healing then can occur via the corrective mechanism known as the still point, the spontaneous quiet between waves. Typically, you have one every three to four minutes, and it lasts from five to sixty seconds. It’s a natural pause in the rhythm. Synchronizing and optimizing the brain waves, pulses into, through, and linking up parts of the body to the rhythm of the brain.

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Sense of Thought

Steiner’s twelve senses can be grouped into three categories. He distinguished senses which relate to the perception of:
• your body: the senses of touch, of life, of movement, of balance
• the external world: smell, taste, sight, temperature
• the immaterial, spiritual world: hearing, speech, thought, ego

Will, feeling, thought
• The first four senses, the lowest, are called physical senses, or senses of the will because they are used to perceive one’s own body.
• The middle four senses are the senses of feeling. Observations made with these senses arouse feelings. These senses are also reflected in our language: a tastefully furnished house, a sourpuss, hard to swallow, heart-warming, cold thought.
• The last four senses, the highest, focus particularly on the other. These are the spiritual or knowledge senses and they are used in the observation of other people.

Your sense of thought observes the thoughts of others. Specifically, you
observe the views, considerations, and questions that others have, and thus
get an idea of what they are thinking. You must distinguish between the sound of a word and its meaning. Next to the tonal shape of the word, words have meaning. In order to understand what someone is saying, you must know the denotative meaning of the words and be able to distill the coherent thought from the arrangement of the words.
When you focus on someone’s way of speaking, that is on the phonemic image, the substance of what they are saying will pass you by. But when you concentrate on the substance, you do not hear the way in which the message is conveyed. This is most apparent when you hear a language being spoken that you do not understand. You can pick up certain tones, but you do not have the faintest idea of what is being said. Clearly, your sense of speech and sense of thought perceive different complementary aspects of human communication.
Imagery is a descriptive tool. For example, you could describe how a woodpecker hammers an oak tree. This would immediately raise images of oak trees and woodpeckers in the listeners’ minds. They might
even hear in their minds the drumming sound of the woodpecker. Their imaginations color the story as you tell it to them. Everyone will have their own specific images, based on their own personal experiences and past observations. But it is also possible to discourse on abstract patterns of thought, such as why the sum of the angles of a triangle must always add up to 180o. When you listen to an abstract discourse, you must concentrate on
the other’s train of thought, so that you do not lose their line of reasoning. You must hold back your own thoughts and images and give yourself over to the other person’s thoughts. When you fail to follow the story, you return to your own thoughts. Focused attention, in short, is necessary to observe another’s thoughts, and you can only focus your attention if the words or concepts that you hear are familiar to you. The body of concepts that you build up over time is therefore essential to understanding someone else’s line of thought. This body of concept forms the organ of observation that is referred to as your sense of thought. Your sense of thought distinguishes between your own and another’s thoughts. The sense of thought is very important in people’s spiritual development, as thought enables them to learn new concepts. New concepts, in turn, broaden our mental horizons and encourage us to integrate them in our own way. It is not easy to understand, absorb and integrate new concepts. The road to truth is a painful one.
The sense of thought uses that part of the life sense that is not focused on the body but on the mind. The sense of life observes processes in your physical body and the sense of thought observes mental processes in your immaterial body. This is logical, as the life processes are directed by the vital being, and thought takes place in the immaterial part of the vital being. Soesman wrote that the sense of thought is better developed when the sense of life has been more active in someone’s childhood, i.e. when the person learned as a child that wishes are not always fulfilled and also learned to endure pain.
The sense of thought can also be used to determine which thoughts or ideas are at the root of a phenomenon. In this case, you would observe the phenomenon with your sense of thought, in order to find your way around it and find out what has shaped it.

Tell a story with a lot of imagery, such as a fairytale. Then ask the listeners to describe what they were thinking and what happened inside them as they were listening. Now hold an abstract discourse on, for example, a mathematical or philosophical matter. Ask your listeners the same
questions as before. In a group discussion, try to uncover how the listeners’ activity differed. Ask someone to tell an evocative story without forming any mental images. In other words, the storyteller must tell the story as if it was an abstract discourse. Then another story is told, for which the speaker did create her own images. As a listener, what differences did you observe?

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Sense of Ego

Steiner’s twelve senses can be grouped into three categories. He distinguished senses which relate to the perception of:
• your body: the senses of touch, of life, of movement, of balance
• the external world: smell, taste, sight, temperature
• the immaterial, spiritual world: hearing, speech, thought, ego

Will, feeling, thought
• The first four senses, the lowest, are called physical senses, or senses of the will because they are used to perceive one’s own body.
• The middle four senses are the senses of feeling. Observations made with these senses arouse feelings. These senses are also reflected in our language: a tastefully furnished house, a sourpuss, hard to swallow, heart-warming, cold thought.
• The last four senses, the highest, focus particularly on the other. These are the spiritual or knowledge senses and they are used in the observation of other people.

The last sense is the sense of ego with which you observe the other’s
personality or individuality. This sense needs to be activated, because in
practice — with people tending to be distracted by their own and others’
habits and emotions — the sense of ego is barely used.
Steiner described the observation of someone’s personality as follows. You
spend some time observing the other so that you have an impression of
him. This impression imposes on your inner being, a feeling that resembles
an assault. Your response is to retaliate, and you throw the other out of your
inner being. This causes your aggression to diminish so that you can allow the other in again. Attraction and repellence, sympathy, and antipathy alternate.
What this means, is that if you want to get to know someone’s personality, you must allow him into your inner being. But you can only tolerate this intrusion for a little while. Before long you need to have your inner being to yourself again, and so you throw the other out. This process can be repeated.
The ego-sense is used in various ways: You can observe someone’s individuality most directly in their eyes. The eyes give you an unfettered view
of the other’s ego. Unless you are in love with that person, you can only do this for a short while before you start feeling uncomfortable. When you look into someone’s eyes and encounter them, something gets sent back to you. There is resistance as you have entered the other’s private space. You cannot look into both of someone’s eyes with your own two eyes, you have to look with alternate eyes. Generally, you will have a preference for one eye, as the other makes you feel uncertain. You will probably experience little trouble in looking children (up to about twelve years of age) in the eyes for a longer period of time, as their return gaze is a soft one. The same applies to the return gaze of animals. The difference between humans and animals can also be experienced in this way.
The handshake is also an expression of someone’s personality and enables the mutual observation of each other’s egos. As with eye contact, you observe the other intensely when you shake their hand. This intensity occurs in the encounter of two individuals. In both cases, you can hold out for a while, but then you either need to draw away or vary the contact by alternating between focusing and retreating. You also observe someone’s personality by their posture and body movements. You can observe how the forces of personality shape the body and how the body is used. By absorbing someone’s posture and movements you perceive how the other’s ego functions in their body. Important physical aspects to note are the other’s balance (are they standing straight or not), the way the other stands on the ground (are they stand on the surface, are they hovering above it or are they too deeply rooted, and the way the other walks. When you listen to someone, you also observe something of the individual. You can tell whether someone is telling something that comes from within, or whether they are relating something that has not been
internalized. The individual line of thought also reveals the other’s personality, especially if you follow that line of thought from a distance, with a positive critical attitude. You observe these thoughts with your sense of thought; the individual aspect of the thoughts are perceived by the sense of ego.
The meaning conveyed by spoken words depends on who is talking. Two people can say the same words but mean different things. If two good friends of yours both say “I’ll do it,” then in one case you’ll interpret it as “he will try to get around to it” and in the other case, you will be able to depend on her to
do it. Thus you use observations of the individual to interpret what they say. In the same vein, you can observe the other’s personality in their voice.
The ego-sense functions similarly to the sense of touch: you touch the other and let the other touch you, you absorb the other. That is why you feel uneasy when eye contact or a handshake lasts too long, or if you are absorbed in the other’s thoughts for too long. Your sense of ego uses your whole body and not
just the outside, like the sense of touch. If you do not allow the other to enter your inner being, you will not observe their individuality. It is essential to take a back seat for a while in order to make the observation of the other’s ego possible. The individual can also be observed in animals, plants, events, and situations. Obviously, the individual cannot be observed as directly as with people, but it is a skill that you can learn.

Form pairs and take turns looking into each other’s eyes. Describe what you observe and what you experience. Ask a third person to observe the movements of both pairs of eyes, and to describe his own observations.
Form pairs and shake each other by the hand. Describe what you observe and what you experience.
Study the posture of a number of people. Describe it, and try to draw careful conclusions about your observations. Use the observations in the text.
Try to remember situations in which you observed someone’s personality by their thoughts, i.e. how they related a story, or by the connotative meaning of what they say.

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Medicine Over a 100 years of Murder

When this train that we are all on Globally comes to a stop, we will see so many arrests and that will include medical professionals who have been involved with lies, murder, and more for 100 years.

Medical Professionals annually Kill up to 400 thousand people a year just in the USA.

When you choose to stay at a job for the money but know what you are doing is wrong,  you may be a sociopath,  just saying…

I have been whistleblowing against Medicine for now 30 years in every way I can and until the end of this nightmare train we are riding comes to an end shortly you will not fully understand what you have been involved in, nor what you involved your family in and even your pets.

Medical History

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