In this succinct and rich study, von Halle describes her investigations into the phenomenon of dementia, beginning with a general outline of the anthroposophic concept of the human being and society and applying that knowledge to what is increasingly called an epidemic. This book does not demand medical expertise but rather an effort to engage with the psychospiritual conditions of dementia sufferers. It provides a wealth of insights and guidance to our approach to one of the greatest challenges of our time.
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Judith von Halle, born in Berlin in 1972, attended school in Germany and the USA and subsequently studied architecture. She first encountered anthroposophy in 1997, and began working as a member of staff at Rudolf Steiner House in Berlin, where she also lectured. In addition she had her own architectural practice. In 2004 she received the stigmata, which transformed her life. Her first book was published in German in 2005, and she now works principally as a lecturer and author. She and her husband live in Berlin.Review:
'Those involved with this illness professionally or as a relative can learn much from this study, which motivates them to a deepening of anthroposophy. They will also be inspired by how the author brings the illness into the realm of the living impulse of Christ.' - Michaela Glockler
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