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West Coast Book Tour in September and October

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Here is the schedule for my upcoming book tour Before the tour begins there is the Book Launch on Tuesday September 15th New York Open Center http://www.opencenter.org/events/the-jeweled-highway-on-the-quest-for-a-life-of-meaning/ Tour Saturday, September 19th – Mount Madonna Center, Watsonville, California www.mountmadonna.org Monday, September …Read More

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Here is a short video clip of me talking about The Jeweled Highway

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The Jeweled Highway by Ralph White from Michael Wiese on Vimeo.

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My New Memoir – The Jeweled Highway: On the Quest for a Life of Meaning

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Well, it’s finally happening – my memoir will be published on September 15th. It’s been a labor of love, to say the least, and I’m deeply pleased that this chronicle is about to be published. It covers my early life …Read More

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Interview with Deanna Cochran from Palliative Care Radio

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This is an interview with Deanna Cochran from Palliative Care Radio. In it I discuss the Open Center’s Art of Dying Conferences, the Esoteric Quests that I have directed for the last 20 years, and the work of Rudolf Steiner. …Read More

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Burning Man 2013, Black Rock Desert, Nevada

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The morning desert air is fresh and clear. The Black Rock Mountains stretch out darkly along the side of the playa, and a feeling of peace and anticipation pervades this vast art park. It was through here that fifty percent …Read More

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Farewell to Alexandria by Ralph White

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I recently returned from leading a conference in Egypt entitled An Esoteric Quest for Ancient Alexandria: Greco-Egyptian Birthplace of the Western Mind. Here are my reflections on the experience. It’s now two months since our unforgettable Quest for Ancient Alexandria …Read More

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The Beautiful Wisdom of Rudolf Steiner Philosopher, Seer, Educator, Scientist and Artist

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The Beautiful Wisdom of Rudolf Steiner Philosopher, Seer, Educator, Scientist and Artist Tuesdays July 24th to August 7th, 8 to 10pm. New York Open Center   www.opencenter.org Rudolf Steiner (1861–1924) was perhaps the most remarkable spiritual figure of the Twentieth Century. Yet his …Read More

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Articles from the Archives – The truth about Rudolf Steiner

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Exactly one hundred years ago, something spiritually remarkable was happening in Central Europe. A figure had emerged with the most profound insight into the deepest mysteries of the human experience: death, reincarnation, the existence of higher worlds and the destiny …Read More

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Articles from the Archives – FROM HIRED GUNS TO HEALERS

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The Emerging Movement to Renew Legal Culture by Ralph White Today, few people outside the legal profession have any notion that a serious movement is afoot to end the widespread materialism, vindictiveness and cold self-interest of legal practice. The assumption …Read More

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Articles from the Archives – Findhorn at 40

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The story of the Findhorn Community in Northern Scotland has become one of the inspirational legends of the last forty years. It tells the tale of three individuals, a British couple and their Canadian friend, who found themselves unemployed and …Read More

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