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All meetings start at 7:30 Pacific with informal conversation at 7:15 Pacific on Zoom (link below)

Apr 7 –  ALIANT at the Faust Branch: Join Dottie Zold and Frank Agrama, co-founders of ALIANT, sister seed to ELIANT in Europe. We are sharing conversations with those working out of the applied arts and sciences of Anthroposophy, doctors, educators, artists, families, farmers, branches, toward a beloved community of the future.
Apr 14 – Charlie Burkam Second Talk~Conscious Balancing: Penetrating Matter and Spirit – (Walking in Beauty)                                                                                                                                 
April 21Cultivating the “Three Soils” – Ecological Soil, Social Soil and Inner Soil are three profoundly interconnected aspects of our life on earth. In our present day, all three are on the edge of ecological collapse. Biodynamic master farmers Steffen and Rachel Schneider, founders of the “Institute for Mindful Agriculture,” inspire personal and group learning by exploring the history and future of agriculture and its intimate connection with all levels of human experience. 

April 28Charlie BurkamThird Talk~ Re-uniting: Envisioning Healing and Transformation (Kindness, Truth & Reconciliation)

May 5Growing Into Anthroposophy:  Friendships as Bridges to Ourselves. Hopes, Questions, Aspirations; Building Stones with Friends of the North American Youth Section; future-oriented experiences, telling our stories at every stage of life.  Join Us, Come and Share!  Youth Section friends, Gleice, Yohanna, Ariel-Paul, Stefan, Chris, Laura Frank and more!

May 12 – Mary Stewart Adams Rudolf Steiner and the Mystery of Whitsun 2021: Mary Stewart Adams will share her research into the star picture of 2021 in relation to Rudolf Steiner’s biography, and how it affirms spiritual science as the science of the Spirit of World Pentecost. 

May 19 – David Gershan Etherization of the Blood

May 26 Ronald Koetzsch We Are Funnier Than We Look – Understanding and Cultivating the Thirteenth Sense—Humor

We appreciate your support of the ongoing work of The Faust Branch in making these offerings available. Admission for lectures: Faust Branch members $5, non-members $10, Supporting Faust Branch members and Donors no fee. Special circumstances are considered. No one excluded for lack of funds. Admission fees may be made via PayPal on the donation button below or by check to Sacramento Faust Branch and mailed to Treasurer Carol Nordaas, 7620 Woodglen Drive, Fair Oaks, CA 95628.
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