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    The Heart of the Matter: Discovering the Laws of Living Organisms

    £11.99
    A radical new science of living organisms, forms and processes, based on the pioneering work of Rudolf Steiner and his pupil George Adams. Whicher widens our thinking to include the 'etheric formative forces' - forces that are alive in ethereal space or 'counterspace'.
    ISBN: 9781906999834
    AuthorOlive Whicher
    Pub Date14/09/2015
    BindingPaperback
    Pages110
    Availability: In Stock

    In this concise and richly-illustrated work, Olive Whicher introduces a radical new science of living organisms, forms and processes, based on the pioneering work of Rudolf Steiner and his pupil George Adams. If we are to understand fully the laws of living nature, she argues, it is necessary to overcome the one-sided ideas of modern science - ideas that are only adequate to describe material forms and forces. We need to widen our thinking to include the 'etheric formative forces' - forces that are alive in ethereal space or 'counterspace'. Such forces work in plants, for example, by drawing matter upwards in a suctional manner, in contrast to the forces of gravity, which draw downwards, and the forces of an explosion, which work upward and outward. This easily-digestible introduction will be valuable to anybody seeking to comprehend the living world around us.

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    In this concise and richly-illustrated work, Olive Whicher introduces a radical new science of living organisms, forms and processes, based on the pioneering work of Rudolf Steiner and his pupil George Adams. If we are to understand fully the laws of living nature, she argues, it is necessary to overcome the one-sided ideas of modern science - ideas that are only adequate to describe material forms and forces. We need to widen our thinking to include the 'etheric formative forces' - forces that are alive in ethereal space or 'counterspace'. Such forces work in plants, for example, by drawing matter upwards in a suctional manner, in contrast to the forces of gravity, which draw downwards, and the forces of an explosion, which work upward and outward. This easily-digestible introduction will be valuable to anybody seeking to comprehend the living world around us.