Knowledge of the nature of man. A spiritual and mystical doctrine that grew out of theosophy and derives mainly from the philosophy of Rudolph Steiner, Austrian social philosopher (1861-1925). (Webster, 3d ed)

Health costs in anthroposophic therapy users: a two-year prospective cohort study. (1/11)

BACKGROUND: Anthroposophic therapies (counselling, special medication, art, eurythmy movement, and rhythmical massage) aim to stimulate long-term self-healing processes, which theoretically could lead to a reduction of healthcare use. In a prospective two-year cohort study, anthroposophic therapies were followed by a reduction of chronic disease symptoms and improvement of quality of life. The purpose of this analysis was to describe health costs in users of anthroposophic therapies. METHODS: 717 consecutive outpatients from 134 medical practices in Germany, starting anthroposophic therapies for chronic diseases, participated in a prospective cohort study. We analysed direct health costs (anthroposophic therapies, physician and dentist consultations, psychotherapy, medication, physiotherapy, ergotherapy, hospital treatment, rehabilitation) and indirect costs (sick leave compensation) in the pre-study year and the first two study years. Costs were calculated from resource utilisation, documented by patient self-reporting. Data were collected from January 1999 to April 2003. RESULTS: Total health costs in the first study year (bootstrap mean 3,297 Euro; 95% confidence interval 95%-CI 3,157 Euro to 3,923 Euro) did not differ significantly from the pre-study year (3,186 Euro; 95%-CI 3,037 Euro to 3,711 Euro), whereas in the second year, costs (2,771 Euro; 95%-CI 2,647 Euro to 3,256 Euro) were significantly reduced by 416 Euro (95%-CI 264 Euro to 960 Euro) compared to the pre-study year. In each period hospitalisation and sick-leave together amounted to more than half of the total health costs. Anthroposophic therapies and medication amounted to 3%, 15%, and 8% of total health costs in the pre-study year, first year, and second study year, respectively. The cost reduction in the second year was largely accounted for by a decrease of inpatient hospitalisation, leading to a hospital cost reduction of 519 Euro (95%-CI 377 Euro to 904 Euro) compared to the pre-study year. CONCLUSION: In patients starting anthroposophic therapies for chronic disease, total health costs did not increase in the first year, and were reduced in the second year. This reduction was largely explained by a decrease of inpatient hospitalisation. Within the limits of a pre-post design, study findings suggest that anthroposophic therapies are not associated with a relevant increase in total health costs.  (+info)

Anthroposophic medical therapy in chronic disease: a four-year prospective cohort study. (2/11)

BACKGROUND: The short consultation length in primary care is a source of concern, and the wish for more consultation time is a common reason for patients to seek complementary medicine. Physicians practicing anthroposophic medicine have prolonged consultations with their patients, taking an extended history, addressing constitutional, psychosocial, and biographic aspect of patients' illness, and selecting optimal therapy. In Germany, health benefit programs have included the reimbursement of this additional physician time. The purpose of this study was to describe clinical outcomes in patients with chronic diseases treated by anthroposophic physicians after an initial prolonged consultation. METHODS: In conjunction with a health benefit program in Germany, 233 outpatients aged 1-74 years, treated by 72 anthroposophic physicians after a consultation of at least 30 min participated in a prospective cohort study. Main outcomes were disease severity (Disease and Symptom Scores, physicians' and patients' assessment on numerical rating scales 0-10) and quality of life (adults: SF-36, children aged 8-16: KINDL, children 1-7: KITA). Disease Score was documented after 0, 6 and 12 months, other outcomes after 0, 3, 6, 12, 18, 24, and (Symptom Score and SF-36) 48 months. RESULTS: Most common indications were mental disorders (17.6% of patients; primarily depression and fatigue), respiratory diseases (15.5%), and musculoskeletal diseases (11.6%). Median disease duration at baseline was 3.0 years (interquartile range 0.5-9.8 years). The consultation leading to study enrolment lasted 30-60 min in 51.5% (120/233) of patients and > 60 min in 48.5%. During the following year, patients had a median of 3.0 (interquartile range 1.0-7.0) prolonged consultations with their anthroposophic physicians, 86.1% (167/194) of patients used anthroposophic medication. All outcomes except KITA Daily Life subscale and KINDL showed significant improvement between baseline and all subsequent follow-ups. Improvements from baseline to 12 months were: Disease Score from mean (standard deviation) 5.95 (1.74) to 2.31 (2.29) (p < 0.001), Symptom Score from 5.74 (1.81) to 3.04 (2.16) (p < 0.001), SF-36 Physical Component Summary from 44.01 (10.92) to 47.99 (10.43) (p < 0.001), SF-36 Mental Component Summary from 42.34 (11.98) to 46.84 (10.47) (p < 0.001), and KITA Psychosoma subscale from 62.23 (19.76) to 76.44 (13.62) (p = 0.001). All these improvements were maintained until the last follow-up. Improvements were similar in patients not using diagnosis-related adjunctive therapies within the first six study months. CONCLUSION: Patients treated by anthroposophic physicians after an initial prolonged consultation had long-term reduction of chronic disease symptoms and improvement of quality of life. Although the pre-post design of the present study does not allow for conclusions about comparative effectiveness, study findings suggest that physician-provided anthroposophic therapy may play a beneficial role in the long-term care of patients with chronic diseases.  (+info)

Eurythmy therapy in chronic disease: a four-year prospective cohort study. (3/11)

BACKGROUND: Many patients with chronic diseases use complementary therapies, often provided by their physicians. In Germany, several physician-provided complementary therapies have been reimbursed by health insurance companies as part of health benefit programs. In most of these therapies, the patient has a predominantly passive role. In eurythmy therapy, however, patients actively exercise specific movements with the hands, the feet or the whole body. The purpose of this study was to describe clinical outcomes in patients practising eurythmy therapy exercises for chronic diseases. METHODS: In conjunction with a health benefit program, 419 outpatients from 94 medical practices in Germany, referred to 118 eurythmy therapists, participated in a prospective cohort study. Main outcomes were disease severity (Disease and Symptom Scores, physicians' and patients' assessment on numerical rating scales 0-10) and quality of life (adults: SF-36, children aged 8-16: KINDL, children 1-7: KITA). Disease Score was documented after 0, 6 and 12 months, other outcomes after 0, 3, 6, 12, 18, 24, and (SF-36 and Symptom Score) 48 months. RESULTS: Most common indications were mental disorders (31.7% of patients; primarily depression, fatigue, and childhood emotional disorder) and musculoskeletal diseases (23.4%). Median disease duration at baseline was 3.0 years (interquartile range 1.0-8.5). Median number of eurythmy therapy sessions was 12 (interquartile range 10-19), median therapy duration was 119 days (84-188). All outcomes improved significantly between baseline and all subsequent follow-ups (exceptions: KITA Psychosoma in first three months and KINDL). Improvements from baseline to 12 months were: Disease Score from mean (standard deviation) 6.65 (1.81) to 3.19 (2.27) (p < 0.001), Symptom Score from 5.95 (1.75) to 3.49 (2.12) (p < 0.001), SF-36 Physical Component Summary from 43.13 (10.25) to 47.10 (9.78) (p < 0.001), SF-36 Mental Component Summary from 38.31 (11.67) to 45.01 (11.76) (p < 0.001), KITA Psychosoma from 69.53 (15.45) to 77.21 (13.60) (p = 0.001), and KITA Daily Life from 59.23 (21.78) to 68.14 (18.52) (p = 0.001). All these improvements were maintained until the last follow-up. Improvements were similar in patients not using diagnosis-related adjunctive therapies within the first six study months. Adverse reactions to eurythmy therapy occurred in 3.1% (13/419) of patients. No patient stopped eurythmy therapy due to adverse reactions. CONCLUSION: Patients practising eurythmy therapy exercises had long-term improvement of chronic disease symptoms and quality of life. Although the pre-post design of the present study does not allow for conclusions about comparative effectiveness, study findings suggest that eurythmy therapy can be useful for patients motivated for this therapy.  (+info)

Assessing the order of magnitude of outcomes in single-arm cohorts through systematic comparison with corresponding cohorts: an example from the AMOS study. (4/11)

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Combined bias suppression in single-arm therapy studies. (5/11)

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Eurythmy Therapy in clinical studies: a systematic literature review. (6/11)

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Patient satisfaction with primary care: an observational study comparing anthroposophic and conventional care. (7/11)

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Anthropomorphism influences perception of computer-animated characters' actions. (8/11)

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Anthroposophy is a spiritual philosophy or worldview founded by Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner in the early 20th century. It combines elements of various philosophical and religious traditions, including Western esotericism, Goethean science, and Christianity. Anthroposophy seeks to understand the nature of human beings and the universe through spiritual investigation and insight, rather than relying solely on empirical observation or scientific methodology.

The term "Anthroposophy" comes from the Greek words "anthropos," meaning "human being," and "sophia," meaning "wisdom." It is often described as a path of knowledge that aims to develop the capacities of human consciousness in order to perceive spiritual realities. Anthroposophical concepts include the idea of reincarnation, karma, and the existence of higher beings or hierarchies of spiritual entities.

In medical contexts, anthroposophy has influenced the development of a holistic approach to healthcare known as anthroposophic medicine. This approach combines conventional medical treatments with anthroposophical remedies, therapies, and lifestyle recommendations, with the goal of treating the whole person - body, soul, and spirit. Anthroposophic doctors may use a variety of techniques, such as rhythmical massage, eurythmy (a form of expressive movement), and art therapy, in addition to conventional medical interventions. It's important to note that anthroposophic medicine is not universally accepted or recognized by the mainstream medical community, and its efficacy remains a subject of debate and research.

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  • Anthroposophy is a spiritual movement which was founded in the early 20th century by the esotericist Rudolf Steiner that postulates the existence of an objective, intellectually comprehensible spiritual world, accessible to human experience. (wikipedia.org)
  • Steiner chose the term anthroposophy (from Greek anthropo-, 'human', and sophia, 'wisdom') to emphasize his philosophy's humanistic orientation. (wikipedia.org)
  • The early work of the founder of anthroposophy, Rudolf Steiner, culminated in his Philosophy of Freedom (also translated as The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity and Intuitive Thinking as a Spiritual Path). (wikipedia.org)
  • Sound Circle's Arts & Anthroposophy Program is a creative gateway into the work of Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) and the profound world-view of Anthroposophy. (anthroposophy.org)
  • These three previously untranslated lectures are a masterly introduction to what Rudolf Steiner means by "Anthroposophy. (presswarehouse.com)
  • Formally beginning his spiritual teaching career under the auspices of the Theosophical Society, Steiner came to use the term Anthroposophy (and spiritual science) for his philosophy, spiritual research, and findings. (presswarehouse.com)
  • Anthroposophy is a human oriented spiritual philosophydeveloped by Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925) at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. (integratedoncologytraining.com)
  • Anthroposophy is a philosophy founded by Rudolf Steiner that aims to develop spiritual knowledge and understanding through systematic study and research. (catrionaskitchen.com)
  • Earlier this month, Grégoire Perra was finally acquitted in a French court after the Federation of Waldorf Steiner Schools in France decided to sue Grégoire Perra, a former Steiner teacher, for publishing a critique of the schools and the anthroposophy movement. (quackometer.net)
  • Embark on a journey of self-discovery and holistic learning with our Anthroposophical Study at Malamalama Waldorf School, exploring the principles and practices of Rudolf Steiner's anthroposophy in the context of Waldorf education. (hawaiiwaldorf.org)
  • An introduction to Anthroposophy and Rudolf Steiner's theories of child development. (themainhallsf.com)
  • This is an important point of departure when we are going to approach Rudolf Steiner's Anthroposophy as a branch of anarchist philosophy. (theanarchistlibrary.org)
  • The educational approach known as Waldorf education is based on Steiner's ideas, and anthroposophy has also influenced the development of biodynamic agriculture, which aims to farm in harmony with natural rhythms and forces. (catrionaskitchen.com)
  • Anthroposophy adopts the same premises, but considers the invisible world immaterial and gives man seven corporeities in addition to body, soul, and spirit that correspond to the common triad of the physical, astral, and mental Theosophy. (therealpresence.org)
  • Whereas Theosophy makes Christ to be merely one of many arhats (master teachers) or avatars (incarnations), Anthroposophy holds that Christ is the one avatar, or divine manifestation, yet only in the sense of a greater solar being who appeared among men to rescue the human race from its own destruction. (therealpresence.org)
  • Thus Anthroposophy is not a theory, it is a life-giving draught, an elixir of life which ever anew pours itself into our souls and of which we know that it will make them grow stronger and stronger. (blogspot.com)
  • The main centre for Anthroposophy the School of Spiritual Science, at the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland. (integratedoncologytraining.com)
  • A permanent piece by Turrell - Skyspace - with a hole up towards the sky, was created at the Anthroposophy Centre in Järna in 2011. (lu.se)
  • As the name implies, Anthroposophy postulates a wisdom of man that calls for two selves in each person: a lower self that knows and a higher ego that is known. (therealpresence.org)
  • Similar to Hinduism, Anthroposophy requires certain physical, mental, and spiritual exercises to arrive at final wisdom. (therealpresence.org)
  • Anthroposophy is your own innate wisdom.In this course, we will look first and foremost at the Human Being. (threefolddirectory.com)
  • There we adapt ourselves to a certain trend of thinking and feeling, so that we realise the significance of matters which people in the outside world who know nothing of Anthroposophy will naturally regard as fantastic nonsense. (rudolfsteineranthroposophy.com)
  • Those who are occupying themselves with Anthroposophy today should regard themselves as pioneers for Anthroposophy as a means of strengthening life. (blogspot.com)
  • Wellspring: Anthroposophy: The Elixir of Life. (blogspot.com)
  • 3-11, 392-5 While much of anthroposophy is pseudoscientific, proponents claim to present their ideas in a manner that is verifiable by rational discourse and say that they seek precision and clarity comparable to that obtained by scientists investigating the physical world. (wikipedia.org)
  • World History in the Light of Anthroposophy, tr. (therealpresence.org)
  • Anthroposophy provides a refreshing shift in thinking: one that is so needed in the world today. (threefolddirectory.com)
  • Anthroposophy is based on the idea that the human being is a spiritual being with the potential to develop higher levels of consciousness, and it seeks to explore the nature of the human soul and spirit, as well as the spiritual aspects of the natural world. (catrionaskitchen.com)
  • Anthroposophy also seeks to explore the spiritual aspects of the natural world, including the nature of the universe and the spiritual forces at work in the world. (catrionaskitchen.com)
  • Anthroposophy in itself could be made known to the world in the same way as anything else - as chemistry, for instance - and its truths could be accessible just as in the case of the truths of chemistry or mathematics. (rudolfsteineranthroposophy.com)
  • Opposition to Anthroposophy in every domain will increase in the outside world, just because it is in the highest degree necessary for our age, and because what is the most essential at any particular time always encounters the strongest resistance. (rudolfsteineranthroposophy.com)
  • When Anthroposophy emerges from the position which now, through lack of comprehension, it occupies in the outer world, when it really intervenes in our whole spiritual life, people will then see how the salvation even of the physical life, of the purely external life, will depend on the strengthening which can be acquired through the study of Anthroposophy. (blogspot.com)
  • In this podcast Lisa speaks of how she came to anthroposophy and how the work lives in the world with her colleagues at Inner Work Path, Developing the Self Developing the World and EduCareDo . (innerworkpath.com)
  • We know a good deal of the content of Anthroposophy and we can therefore approach the question with a certain basis of understanding. (rudolfsteineranthroposophy.com)
  • but this is made necessary more by the character of life outside than by the content or attitude of Anthroposophy itself. (rudolfsteineranthroposophy.com)
  • The map provides an overview of the evidence on the effects of Anthroposophic Medicine, referred to in the National Policy on Integrative and Complementary Practices (PNPIC) as applied Anthroposophy in Health, due to its multiprofessional nature. (bvsalud.org)
  • Arts & Anthroposophy is designed to bring the study and practice of Anthroposophy into everyday life. (anthroposophy.org)
  • In its metaphysical aspect, Anthroposophy holds to the existence of spiritual worlds that are more real than matter and knowable through direct vision by the higher but latent powers of man. (therealpresence.org)
  • The student of Anthroposophy knows of the existence of Luciferic forces, of Luciferic beings who have lagged behind the general process of evolution. (rudolfsteineranthroposophy.com)
  • The Arts & Anthroposophy Program has a curriculum spreading over two years. (anthroposophy.org)
  • The seer of Anthroposophy gradually comes to understand these seven bodies and especially the most intimate I that forms the human personality. (therealpresence.org)
  • Anthroposophy teaches that the bread and wine are changed with the spirit and body of Christ, through which the communicant becomes truly human, whereas before he was only an image distorted by hostile powers. (therealpresence.org)
  • According to anthroposophy, the human being is a spiritual being with the potential to develop higher levels of consciousness. (catrionaskitchen.com)
  • Anthroposophy is a philosophical movement that emphasizes the spiritual nature of the human being and the importance of individual spiritual development. (catrionaskitchen.com)
  • Anthroposophy has had a significant influence on a wide range of fields, including education, agriculture, architecture, and the arts. (catrionaskitchen.com)
  • LISA ROMERO is an author of inner development books, a complementary health practitioner and an adult educator who has been offering healthcare and education enriched with anthroposophy since 1993. (innerworkpath.com)
  • Evoking the relentless resilience of its astrological namesake, the penetrating Scorpio Seal is an empowering symbol in Anthroposophy, affirming that by sincerely exploring darkness, light is found. (symbolikon.com)
  • Though several prominent members of the Nazi Party were supporters of anthroposophy and its movements, including Erhard Bartsch [de] (an agriculturalist), SS colonel Hermann Schneider, and Gestapo chief Heinrich Müller, anti-Nazis such as Traute Lafrenz, a member of the White Rose resistance movement, were also followers. (wikipedia.org)
  • The merger of Christianity and Anthroposophy was due largely to the efforts of Friedrich Rittelmeyer (1872-1938), former Evangelical pastor, who organized the existing societies into Christian Fellowships and promoted the establishment of a sacerdotal class of priests and priestesses to care for the ritual aspect of the movement. (therealpresence.org)
  • Anthroposophy is a philosophical movement that originated in the early 20th century. (catrionaskitchen.com)
  • The individuality of John or Christian Rosenkreutz connects esoteric ('Johannine') christianity with the rosecrucian movement and contemporary spiritual science or anthroposophy. (anthroposophy.eu)
  • mh:"Anthroposophy" OR ti:("Medicina Antroposófica" OR Anthroposophy OR Anthroposophie OR Antroposofia OR "Anthroposophic Medicine" OR "Anthroposophical Medicine") OR ((mj:"/therapeutic use" OR mh:MT3. (bvsalud.org)
  • In addition to its emphasis on spiritual development, anthroposophy also places a strong emphasis on individual freedom and the importance of taking personal responsibility for one's own spiritual path. (catrionaskitchen.com)
  • How an individual assimilates Anthroposophy and makes it a real impulse in his life could then be a matter for the individual himself. (rudolfsteineranthroposophy.com)
  • A Society or any kind of corporate body for the cultivation of Anthroposophy is made necessary because Anthroposophy as such comes into our epoch as something new, as entirely new knowledge, which must be received into the spiritual life of men. (rudolfsteineranthroposophy.com)
  • Followers of anthroposophy aim to engage in spiritual discovery through a mode of thought independent of sensory experience. (wikipedia.org)
  • People will only realize what the mission of Anthroposophy is when they feel that it furnishes us with the means of working forcefully on the physical body and making it sound and healthy. (blogspot.com)
  • Anthroposophy, as a theory of knowledge, claims that man originally shared in the spiritual consciousness of the cosmos and that his present mode of knowledge is only a dreamlike vestige of a primordial cognitive state. (therealpresence.org)
  • Anthroposophy and Ecofascism" has sparked a debate within Scandinavian humanist circles, with some authors like Peter Normann Waage lining up to defend anthroposophy as a harmless variant of humanism. (social-ecology.org)
  • The resources internationally for anyone interested in Anthroposophy are growing by the day. (anthrohb.nz)
  • Anthroposophy has its roots in German idealism, mystical philosophies, and pseudoscience including racist pseudoscience. (wikipedia.org)
  • Although Waage has nothing to say about the article's main topic, the systematic collusion between organized anthroposophy and the so-called "green wing" of German fascism, he does raise several issues that lie at the core of that collusion. (social-ecology.org)