Coros Institute is dedicated to creating dialogues between individuals or organizations committed to social change. The dialogues bring together persons from many walks of life who share the view that inner development is of great benefit for the general culture. The work of the Coros Institute is inspired by the teachings of Austrian philosopher, scientist, and educator Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) who founded the worldview known as Anthroposophy.
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WITH DENNIS KLOCEK In contemporary society the demands of each individual human to be recognized as unique are a prevalent force in human relationships. This necessary evolution has many benefits but also has a shadow side. Individual humans are born into general humanity and have to learn that all other humans expect to be recognized as…Learn more »
This three-part webinar will address the relationship between human beings and plant families and link them to methods for making remedies for the immune system. This event is a held by Soil, Soul and Spirit and with financial support from Coros Institute.Learn more »
Good digestion requires a balance between the ability of the body to break down food and the ability of the blood to interact with cellular metabolism. The balance is maintained by the sensations in the nervous system that regulate hormonal and enzymatic digestive processes. A three-part series by Dennis Klocek will explore this relationship from…Learn more »
FRIDAY JANUARY 10, 2020, 9 AM – 5 PM Yokayo Ranch, 800 Hensley Creek Rd, Ukiah “Small-scale remedies for people and plants.” Large-scale production of medicinal tinctures demands highly streamlined production processes to be cost effective that significantly reduces healing potentials in a product. Small scale medicinal tinctures and condiment production is an agricultural art…Learn more »
NOVEMBER 15 – 17, 2019 Rudolf Steiner College, 9200 Fair Oaks Blvd, Fair Oaks, CA 95628 The center for disease control estimates that 60 million people in the US experience daily chronic pain limiting their ability to participate in life activities. That is one in every four people. Medical solutions revolve around pain medications that have their own impact…Learn more »