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Psychology of Body, Soul, and Spirit: Anthroposophy, Psychosophy, Pneumatosophy

by Rudolf Steiner, Robert Sardello and Marjorie Spock SteinerBooks
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These twelve lectures by Rudolf Steiner form the basis for an entirely new psychology, demonstrating that anthroposophy is itself a new form of psychology. This lecture course is made up of three individual courses, each viewing the whole human being from a different perspective.

''Anthroposophy'' (wisdom of the human being) describes the human being from the midpoint between theosophy and anthropology, focusing on the human body and the senses in terms of their spiritual aspects and functions in the human being and not merely as bodily receptors of physical stimuli. He also discusses the higher, more spiritual senses that will be developed by humankind in the future.

''Psychosophy'' (wisdom of the soul) discusses the primary aspects of the human soul, the activities and interaction of our various soul forces, the dynamics of love and hate, and the process of judging, or making decisions.

''Pneumatosophy'' (wisdom of the spirit) approaches the human spirit in terms of truth and error and the meaning and the effects of imagination, intuition, and inspiration. Here, Steiner also explores the significance of karma for the human soul as well as the evolution of human consciousness.