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a system of beliefs and practices based on the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner

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Anthroposophical training seeks to unite this ego with the external world.
I was so delighted to see an article on anthroposophical nursing (p24) in the February issue of Kai Tiaki Nursing New Zealand.
Blending this array of experience with graduate study in the "university of wilderness," plus two decades of anthroposophical research to penetrate to the heart of both human and wild natures, has generated the spiritual ecology of Earth Vision.
1) Ahriman is a 'dark force' or 'Master of Death' as described in the Anthroposophical philosophy of Rudolf Steiner.
If it was intended somehow convey Haba's anthroposophical views, it hasn't come off.
Two articles that are well worth reading for more information on the debate are the editorial by Dent and Clemons (2005 BMJ 331:1202) and particularly Herceptin: more hype than hope (2006 WDDTY 17:5;6-9) which discusses the politics of the use of Herceptin and compares effectiveness with Iscador (an anthroposophical mistletoe compound).
Examples include naturopathy, anthroposophical medicine, Western and Chinese herbalism, and ayurveda.
Steiner, A Modern Art of Education, London, Rudolf Steiner Press, 1928; Spiritual Grounds of Education, London, Anthroposophical Publishing Company, 1947; The Kingdom of Childhood, London, Rudolf Steiner Press, 1974; Rudolf Steiner: an autobiography, Blauvelt, Rudolf Steiner Publications, 1977; The Roots of Education, Hudson, Anthroposophic Press, 1997;
In his view, this was a fairly short-lived experiment, however, as the hierarchical and secretive aspect of Theosophy was anathema to their democratic philosophy, and they soon found a more congenial community in Anthroposophy: Marion joined the Anthroposophical Society in 1930, followed by Walter in 1931.
Steiner (1861-1925), born in Austria, was a philosopher, author, and founded the Anthroposophical society, Waldorf education, and much more.
These therapies include, inter alia, anthroposophical medicine, art therapy, autologous blood therapy, the Bowen technique, colonic irrigation (colon therapy or hydrotherapy), colour therapy (light or photo therapy), crystal therapy (crystal healing or gem therapy), dance or movement therapy, enzyme therapy, the Feldenkrais method, flotation therapy, Hellerwork (structural integration), imagery (guided imagery or visualization), magnetic field therapy, meditation (or transcendental meditation), music therapy, neural therapy, Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), oxygen therapy, ozone therapy, polarity therapy, Qi gong, Reiki, Rolfing (or structural integration), Shiatsu, Tragerwork and water injection (Ernst et al.
Carol joined him in this interest and the two spent several months in Dornach, Switzerland at the Center for Anthroposophical Studies before returning to the United States.
Such movements include Waldorf School founder Rudolf Steiner's Anthroposophical Society, Krishnamurti's own followers, (78) and countless others.
The Austrian philosopher/thinker Rudolph Steiner (1861-1925) founded the anthroposophical movement.