by John-Peter Gernaat
This discussion group is permitting the members to explore what it means to be a human being where the experiences of the world around us taken into our soul through our physical nature meet the spiritual experiences that enter the soul through our I-constitution. Spiritual well-being is the recognition of the input we receive as imagination, intuition and inspiration from our spiritual nature to use in our soul to understand the experiences that come to us from the physical and formative life forces of the world around us.
In his book Theosophy Rudolf Steiner belabours the point that as human beings we belong to one species. There are no different species of human being, we are all one. We inherit physical and also non-physical characteristics through heredity from the family, culture and ethnicity into which we are born. But as spiritual beings we are unique and a species unto ourselves; a species that recurs on earth time and time again in a different physical body but that has potentialities and characteristics that are unique to itself completely. This makes the human being an interesting meeting place of that which we can identify as being inherited and that which we recognise as being entirely unique to us. Therefore, spiritual well-being also is about our response to the world around us and the development of the unique potentialities that we bring into this life with us.
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