Amos Ben Aharon

My name is Amos Ben Aharon, married and father of three, living in Kibbutz Harduf.  For 5 years I have studied anthroposophy and special education at Dornach, Switzerland, and I hold a degree in Theater Arts. Today I teach anthroposophy and translate from German.

At ‘Hotam’ school, I teach Steiner’s fundamental works. The emphasis is on the process of learning. The attempt is to create a basis for the understanding of one’s self, to breack old thinking habits and to learn the permanence of the human entity and It’s different members and the secrets of the evolution of man and earth. Such comprehensive understanding can bear fruit through our lives – the way we treat the world and the way we treat others.

In us lives a thirst for our eternal nucleus. This thirst encourages us unto a path of searching, of the revelation of our true self. An aware connection to the spiritual can quench that thirst and assist in the passage through the abyss of our times and unto new budding beginnings.

Anthroposophy in general and Biography Counselling especially, aim towards that same source, of which our lives can begin to become understood in their deepest contexts, in terms of their origins, purpose and throughout their present.

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Anthroposophy Teacher

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My name is Amos Ben Aharon, married and father of three, living in Kibbutz Harduf.  For 5 years I have studied anthroposophy and special education at Dornach, Switzerland, and I hold a degree in Theater Arts. Today I teach anthroposophy and translate from German.

At ‘Hotam’ school, I teach Steiner’s fundamental works. The emphasis is on the process of learning. The attempt is to create a basis for the understanding of one’s self, to breack old thinking habits and to learn the permanence of the human entity and It’s different members and the secrets of the evolution of man and earth. Such comprehensive understanding can bear fruit through our lives – the way we treat the world and the way we treat others.

In us lives a thirst for our eternal nucleus. This thirst encourages us unto a path of searching, of the revelation of our true self. An aware connection to the spiritual can quench that thirst and assist in the passage through the abyss of our times and unto new budding beginnings.

Anthroposophy in general and Biography Counselling especially, aim towards that same source, of which our lives can begin to become understood in their deepest contexts, in terms of their origins, purpose and throughout their present.

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