Near the end of his life, Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) wrote a number of short essays for the members of the Anthroposophical Society. In a way they summarized, in a highly concentrated form, the whole of anthroposophy. Each essay ended with an even shorter summary of the contents, and became known as “leading thoughts.” These leading thoughts were found to have a powerful transformative effect when used for meditation. These essays were later collected and published in a volume entitled, “Anthroposophical Leading Thoughts” (1973).
Unfortunately, after Steiner’s death, certain prominent and influential anthroposophists began entertaining and promulgating “misleading anthroposophical thoughts” that have also had a powerful transformative effect – but in this case, one leading to the distortion and misunderstanding of anthroposophy as “spiritual science.”
This website page, therefore, is devoted to addressing and correcting some of these all-too-accepted, anthroposophical errors.