FRAC : Edward Schuldt (3/4/22)
'The Fifth and Sixth Beatitudes, Part 3: Purifying the Heart: The Middle Way Between Sympathy and Antipathy'
"Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy.
Blessed are the pure of heart, for they shall see God."
How do I find the real being of the other?
What stops me from finding it?
This evening we will look at the way in which our sympathies are obstacles to our inner development and cognitive activity and how recognizing them can open our way.
The plenary discussion following the last presentation showed me that I was overlooking the challenge of sympathy in the inner path of the Beatitudes. Our work this month will turn to sympathy and complete what we began last time with our examination of antipathy.
Edward Schuldt began to work intensively with the Beatitudes in 2011. That work has centered on exploring the Beatitudes as they express the mysteries of the human constitution and relate to the evils dwelling in the sub-earth. Edward has been active in spiritual science since 1975, first during his time at the University of Chicago and then during his years in Camphill, the Waldorf Movement, and beyond. He is a member of the Anthroposophical Society, the First Class, the Camphill Community, and the Christian Community.
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