In the workshop Lilly Kolisko's biography will be told and some of her important contributions to biodynamic agriculture will be brought to consciousness. She was personally invited by Rudolf Steiner for the agricultural course as a «non-farmer» – because she «was supposed to make experiments concerning his instructions afterwards».
Her work ranged from the influence of the stars in earthly substances connecting planets and metals, to the crystallization process under the earth throughout the year. She also researched the instructions of the biodynamic preparations. In many investigations she used the method of capillary dynamolysis (rising pictures) which was developed by her. She later published these results in the book «The Agriculture of the Tomorrow».
With observation exercises and discussions.
2 February, 10:45-12:15
3 February, 10:45-12:15
4 February, 10:45-12:15
English | German
Soili Turunen, born 1959 in Finland. Biodynamic education and research with image-creating methods in Sweden. Member of the Working Group on Imaging Methods. Since 1988 collaborator in Camphill movement in Norway: social therapy, biodynamic agriculture and horticulture. Class facilitator at the School of Spiritual Science. Currently busy completing a biography of Lilly Kolisko.
Born 1981, married, co-founder and one of the branch leaders of the Dag Hammarskjöld branch in Dornach. Self-employed in the graphic arts and as an editor.