FUGITIVES Finding our individual ways together
A three-day exploration with Sue Davidoff and Allan Kaplan
This is our time – Facing an ever-expanding onslaught against the human I, the birthing of the consciousness soul, and encountering evil, simultaneously.
Sue and Al’s intention is not to present you with any conclusions. It is their intention that we rather engage in a process of opening ourselves to our observations and experiences, that the world might enter us and be seen. It is our hope to engage in a living anthroposophical conversation and exploration into the nature of our times.
‘Endeavor to understand. See through things; nothing else is of any use.’– Rudolf Steiner
We wish to observe and think together.
Dates: Friday 16 June 9am-5pm, Saturday 17 June 9am-5pm and Sunday 9am-12:30
Venue: At Sophia House, 18 Firfield Rd Plumstead
Cost: R750 includes two biodynamic vegetarian lunches and five tea/coffee and biscuits.
Early booking through Caroline at firstname.lastname@example.org is essential (limited space); students and others who may need may apply for possible bursaries to the above address.
This event is a collaboration of the Proteus Initiative together with the Anthroposophical Society. Real interest in Spiritual Science (Anthroposophy) is a requirement to attend.
All participants are asked to have read Allan’s article Fugitive as background to this work. Click here to download the article.
Sue Davidoff and Allan Kaplan are facilitators, teachers and writers. Their writings include The Development Practitioner’s Handbook, Artists of the Invisible, and A Delicate Activism. Their work is focused primarily on developing the organic and holistic approach of JW von Goethe into a new pedagogy for social sensibility. They have established The Proteus Initiative and Towerland Wilderness as impulses towards this intention.
Allan Kaplan’s New Book:
Read more about Allan’s book “Fugitive. Three Covid Pieces: A Goethean Appreciation” here, and we are taking pre-orders of this book – email us for more info.