Madame Blavatsky at the Jefferson Exchange

Here’s an interview with me on the Jefferson Exchange about my new book Madame Blavatsky: The Mother of Modern Spirituality. They have some attentive, informed listeners on the Pacific West Coast – at least that’s my impression from the people who called in.  And actually, her name isn’t that difficult to pronounce…

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3 Responses to “Madame Blavatsky at the Jefferson Exchange”

  1. Hello Gary,
    I am a long time Waldorf teacher who has studied Steiner and Geothe for a long time. Your biography is soooo good and helpful to those of us who work with Steiner’s ideas on a daily basis. I just bought your new book and look forward to reading it soon, with high expectations!
    Thanks for doing meaningful work!
    Amy Marks

    • Hello Amy,
      Many thanks for the warm and encouraging words. It’s good to know that people with ‘hands on’ experience of Steiner’s work appreciate the book. I hope you’ll like Madame B too, but as I’m sure you know, she was a different kettle of fish. By the way, I make some connections between Goethe’s ‘active seeing’ and the ‘phenomenological love’ of the philosopher Max Scheler in a new book I’ve recently finished. Scheler isn’t always an easy read, but his ideas about how we can ‘know’ nature have much in common with Goethe. All the best, Gary

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