Rudolf Steiner wrote some 30 books and delivered over 6000 lectures sharing his insights and method of accessing his knowledge. His writings and lectures present his research into the spiritual nature of the human being, the evolution of the world and humanity, methods of personal development, art and the implementation of his ideas into practical life.
Also available are publications by subsequent researchers who pursued his lines of thought into all areas of practical life.
Come and visit the Library and Bookshop and see what we have available.
Bookshop – Anthroposophical books for sale
You can now find a list of the books for sale in this online google spreadsheet. It is easy to search and sort the list, but you can’t edit the content, so don’t worry and enjoy exploring the books for sale.
This spreadsheet includes the list of Second Hand Books, and booklets, and also the magazines and journals that can be borrowed. Our librarians will endeavour to keep this list as up to date as possible, but best to check with us if you want a particular book that is listed.
Here is some further info on selected books:
Fridays – Books & Coffee – Free Event
We invite you to join us when you can, for a chat over a complimentary coffee or tea, where we can learn about our library and anthroposophical books and authors.
Every Friday from 10h30 to 11h30 we will have the kettle on in the library, ready to welcome you, as you browse the library and enjoy a exploring our books.
- What Anthroposophical books are new? Which ones are timeless?
- What is a good book to read around a topic you are wanting to learn more about?
- Where should someone new to Anthroposophy start – which book to pick up first?
So please pop in for our informal discussion, and come and share the love of books and anthroposophy with us!
Where is the Library and Bookshop?
Address: Rudolf Steiner Centre at the Michael Mount Waldorf School, at 40 Culross Road, Bryanston, Johannesburg, South Africa
- Monday CLOSED
- Tuesday to Friday: 10.00am – 14.00pm
Contact one of our librarians on 0117068544 or email@example.com
“What is attained by a developed thinking is not visions but spiritual sight of realities; what is attained by a developed will is not ordinary soul-experiences but the discovery of a consciousness different from the ordinary.”– Rudolf Steiner