Anthropo = human being, Sophia = wisdom


“Anthroposophy is a path of knowledge which leads the spirit in the human being to the spirit in the universe.”

“Anthroposophy does not want to impart knowledge, it seeks to awaken life.”

Anthroposophy embraces a spiritual view of the human being and the cosmos with an emphasis on knowing (rather than faith) allowing recognition of our humanity (anthropos), which has inherent wisdom (sophia) to transform both itself and the world using the human heart, hand, and mind.

Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) created the society in 1923 out of the central insight that the human being incorporates body, soul and spirit, which finds expression in education, medicine, pharmacy, agriculture, different branches of the arts and sciences, and social structures.

A study of Anthroposophy provides the means for self-development of life in the modern world, beginning with applying our natural logical capacity for thinking to the spirit, followed by transformations into new realms of thinking, deeper feelings, and strengthening will-power.

The Nova Scotia Group is affiliated with the Anthroposophical Society in Canada and recognizes as members all registered members of the Anthroposophical Society residing in Nova Scotia as well as interested members in the Atlantic Provinces.

Study groups, meetings, and seasonal gatherings are held at members’ homes and are open to members, friends, and anyone interested in the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner or practical applications of his ideas.

The East Coast Institute for Studies in Anthroposophy, under the umbrella of the Nova Scotia Group, offers Foundation Studies, other programs, and conferences.

contact us: 902-688-1857

For information about membership in the Anthroposophical Society in Canada, please visit:


Annual General Meeting

Sunday, August 16 1:30 pm

4675 Hwy 331 West Dublin 902-688-1857

Social distancing in effect

Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy by the water at noon, if you wish.

Tea/Coffee/ Greeting time 1:00 pm


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Rudolf Steiner’s Masterpiece: “How To Know Higher Worlds”

Bear River Farms November 6 – 9

Feel free to share this invitation with people who might be interested.

What is “How To Know Higher Worlds”?
This is the classic account of the modern Western esoteric path of initiation made public by Steiner in 1904. He begins with the premise that “the capacities by which we can gain insights into the higher worlds lie dormant within each one of us.” Steiner carefully and precisely leads the reader from the cultivation of the fundamental soul attitudes of reverence and inner tranquility to the development of inner life through the stages of preparation, illumination, and initiation.
Steiner provides practical exercises of inner and outer observation and moral development. By patiently and persistently following his guidelines, new “organs” of soul and spirit begin to form, which reveal the contours of the higher worlds thus far concealed from us.

Steiner in this important work becomes a teacher, a counselor, and a friend whose advice is practical, clear, and effective. The challenges we face in life require increasingly deeper levels of understanding, and Steiner’s text helps readers to cultivate the capacities for such insights and places them at the service of humanity.

This is Steiner’s most essential guide to the modern path of initiation he advocated throughout his life. It has been translated into many languages and has inspired hundreds of thousands of readers around the world. How to Know Higher Worlds has been admired by some of the most brilliant minds of our time.

Who is the Facilitator?
In 1972 Judy King and her first son immigrated to Canada from England and settled in Cape Breton Island, NS, where her two other children were born. In her early days there she first learned about anthroposophy and Waldorf education and became later a member of the Council of the Anthroposophical Society in Canada. Judy King was a founding teacher (and Faculty Chair) at the South Shore Waldorf School since the school opened in 1996. She describes herself as a lifelong learner of anthroposophy and is presently attempting to integrate her life’s learning into community life in Baddeck, Cape Breton, NS.

Where does the workshop take place?
The workshop will take place at Bear River Farms, a fully working Biodynamic Farm between Digby and Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada.
The closest airport is Halifax (yhz).
How much will it cost?
The workshop fee is $490 plus tax.

What is included?
Included in the workshop fee are 3 nights of accommodation in a twin room, all meals and lecture material.
Additional nights before or after the workshop can be booked for an extra $60 per night.

How to register?
Please send an email to: or call 902 467 0418. Payments can be made by Visa, Email transfer, Cheque or Cash.


THE LIBRARY of the Nova Scotia Group is available at the home of Jane Peatfield and  Tim Brooks. They can be reached by e-mail at

Click on EDUCATION for a complete listing of what is available.


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