raffle03 EduCareDo is an international initiative offering self-awakening courses in the light of anthroposophy. Since 2002, EduCareDo’s distance-learning courses have met the needs of thousands of individuals to develop capacities towards freedom on the path of self knowledge.

These courses are based on the principal ideas of Rudolf Steiner. The Foundation Course introduces participants to this work, and is an accessible and experiential path that is suitable both for beginners, as well as for those already familiar with Steiner’s work. Subject Courses dive deeply into one area of this terrain. Some subject courses suggest having previous background study and experience, while others do not. A portion of course fees collected from the EduCareDo Foundation Course are reinvested into community initiatives around the world.

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Since it was established, Weleda has followed aims which sprang from its founding principles. Our products are intended to support people in their personal development, in maintaining, promoting and restoring their health and achieve physical well-being.

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For over 40 years, the Rudolf Steiner Book Centre has been active not just as a book shop, but as a centre of information about Anthroposophy and related movements in Sydney, Australia and the worldwide community.

The “Rudolf Steiner Bookshop” was opened at Rozelle on 3 February 1975 as part of St John Group activities. The St John Group is the Sydney Branch of the Anthroposophical Society in Australia. The Bookshop later merged with the “Anthroposophical Book Centre” under the name of “Rudolf Steiner Book Centre” at Rudolf Steiner House, 307 Sussex Street, Sydney.

It remains a not‐for‐profit organisation.

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At Mercurius Australia we are committed to consciously work in our part of the world, providing products that support the holistic development of the child, through education, art and play, both within our schools and within our homes. If you would like to know more about any of our products, or have any questions relating to supporting the developing senses through art and education, please be in touch.

Waldorf and Steiner schools around the world recognise the importance of the developing senses, with a curriculum centred around pedagogical development. Stockmar, Mercurius International and Mercurius Australia are companies that were born out of a vision to create, supply and provide access to products that support the work of a pedagogical centred education, and hence the healthy development of the senses.

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senses.jpg Dev-Self-logo-June-2018-web_copy.png  Developing the Self – Developing the World was founded by a community of individuals committed to working with inner development for world development and striving to build healthy community life in the light of anthroposophy. As an organisation, Developing the Self – Developing the World also connects individuals and communities with artists, health practitioners, farmers, and educators who offer peer support, workshops, and programs for school faculties, students, and parents. This work has grown out of this community of individuals’ work with meditation and inner development, in relationship to the Inner Work Path, which offers courses, workshops and lectures on these themes.

A variety of courses and workshops can be tailored to meet the needs of any community on themes such as: caring for the senses in early childhoodexternal applications to harmonise the sensessocial understanding, gender, and sexuality • The foundations of health and wellbeing • and more…

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