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North Texas Anthroposophy: The Maitreya Branch of the Anthroposophical Society in America


Rudolf Steiner (1861 - 1925) described anthroposophy as "a path of knowledge, to guide the Spiritual in the human being to the Spiritual in the universe." This path of knowledge affirms the existence of an objective, intellectually comprehensible spiritual world, accessible to human experience through inner development. More specifically, it aims to develop spiritual faculties through the cultivation of a form of living thinking independent of sensory experience.


By affirming the inner capacities of human beings to gain knowledge of the spiritual worlds, Rudolf Steiner was able to elaborate practical indications for the benefit of many spheres of human activity, including: Waldorf Education, Special Education (Camphill Movement), Biodynamic Agriculture, Anthroposophically Extended Medicine, Social Threefolding, as well as contributions to Art, Architecture, Religion.

Please join us at one of our study groups

in Dallas, Grand Prairie, and McKinney:

Call Chester Davison at 682-240-7766 or

email admin@northtexasanthroposophy.com 

Please also visit our newly opened Waldorf School - Clove Hill