Updated: May 25, 2018
I love Rudolf Steiner! His breadth and depth of thought are remarkable. His wisdom is pertinent even 100 years later Kirsten Rohde brought Steiner to us in her introduction to our series on the senses in the April 11 issue of the eView. Steiner contended that there are actually 12 senses that enable us to perceive the external world while we are here in the physical world.
While I’m not qualified to interpret what Steiner actually had in mind, the sense of thinking allows us to understand one another allowing empathy and compassion to arise. Like being on the same page in a conversation when the flow of the conversation goes back and forth and each person feels heard and drawn out for their perspective. The focus is actually on listening for the thinking of another rather than thinking about what you are going to say next.
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