All Souls Festival: Experiencing the Journey of the Soul

Date/Time
Date(s) - 11/03/2017 - 11/05/2017
7:00 pm - 11:00 am

Location
Minnesota Waldorf School

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You are warmly invited to attend a community gathering to artistically experience, in time and space, the journey of the soul through the cycle of life and after-death, as indicated from the spiritual research of Rudolf Steiner. We will each have a chance to walk the pathway of our beloved across the threshold, being present for them, and preparing for our own journey.

You can come just to the festival on Saturday evening, or join others in creating the festival out of our work together over the whole weekend.

Friday evening will include a ceremony honoring our beloveds who have died. The weekend will deepen this focus of the soul’s journey with artistic experiences including color exercises, eurythmy and music. We will also have discussions around the bridging theme and the study,
The Influence of the Dead on Destiny by Rudolf Steiner.

This Event is co-sponsored by the Central Regional Council and the Twin Cities Branch of the Anthroposophical Society in America. Created as a culmination of The Bridging Project: Between Life and Death from Soul to Soul, friends from all over the Central Region are welcome to join the local community in this special event.

The Christian Community, which came into being with the help of Rudolf Steiner, will have an open communion service following the conference at 11:30am. All are welcome.

FULL WEEKEND CONFERENCE
Dates/Times
Friday Nov. 3, 2017,  5-9 PM
Saturday Nov. 4,   9 AM – 9 PM
Sunday Nov. 5,   9 AM – 11 AM
Cost: $75 includes three meals (Fri dinner, Sat lunch and Sat dinner)

COMMUNITY EVENING: OPEN AND FREE (by donation)
Date/Time Saturday Nov. 4, 7 PM – 9 PM

 

 

Minnesota Waldorf School
70 County Road B East
St Paul, MN 55117

 

Questions: Dennis Dietzel dennis.dietzel@gmail.com, Marianne Dietzel mariannemdietzel@gmail.com , Linda Bergh hellolindabergh@gmail.com
For More Info on the CRC: http://www.anthroposophy.org/groups-and-branches/central-region