Good Medicine

Thank you in several languages in a heart shape | Words, Thankful, Language

Yep, we need a holy day to remember to Give Thanks. Gratitude is more than just a hallmark catchphrase. It’s a way of life; an attitude, a habit that we have to train ourselves to practice so we can build up our appreciation like a muscle. And what I’m finding is that it may actually change the perception of my well-being.

When I’m feeling overwhelmed by the plandemic – all the vicissitudes it has brought to our sense of reality, I take a breath & thank my lucky stars that I can apply Spiritual Science to my heart-thinking. And I remember that this is the ultimate testing ground, where we all agreed to meet. Our ‘truth or dare’ stage where discernment, equanimity, love, reverence/wonder, hope, & the power of peace must come into play.

I know sometimes it feels like we are hell-bent on heading straight into the abyss – it’s all too easy to get discouraged & spiral into the negative, cynical scenarios.

Naming the shadow has its time & place, but if it pulls us too deep into discord or depression, this shrinks our heart-health, bringing more inflammation & a weaker immune system – Eclipsing the veracity of our collective power which we can access with every positive, thanks-giving, visualization.  

Gratitude, dear friends is good medicine for everything that ails us.  It’s the gift that keeps on giving.

Together we set the table for a feast of divine fulfillment.

See you there



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My friends & family have often said I should do a podcast. Chuck my beloved husband, bought me a cool microphone cause he likes to hear my POD (Poem Of the Day) read out loud. He told me about a site called Anchor FM, which shares the podcasts on other platforms like Spotify. And so I have taken up this new adventure into the world of the Spoken Word, naming the podcast: ‘I THINK SPEECH‘.

Episode 16: How to Change Your Mind

I am thinking to do the 1st 3 podcasts as a background for our Thought-Seed Project. I have 2 up so far. I end each session with a POD, but Chuck said I should do those 1st thing, so I’ll try that next. The links will be accessible in the right hand column. The 2nd of the series gives the low-down on the idea of a Egregore. Let me know what it’s like to have me ringing in your ears…? xox


Holy Spirit – Art & Theology

POD (Poem Of the Day)

~O offerers of cake & bearers of bounty
let me not starve for love or thirst for wisdom…
let my spirit bee stronger today than it was yesterday,
my heart more peaceful, my mind more fertile, my hands happy with purpose…
may the Goddess touch my face


Karmic Art Prints | Fine Art America

Wed. 2 December 2020 – 7:15 pm – 8:30 pm CT

The Karma Project with the Central Regional Council
…We can understand that someone who goes to a place where he may succumb to an infection will have been driven there under the influence of a certain level of karmic consciousness…”

~Rudolf Steiner, Manifestations of KarmaChapter 6“Karma in Relation to Accidents”,

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Meeting ID: 827 1518 6258

For more info. contact Alberto Loya


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Sunday 20 December 2020, 2 pm – 3pm CT

‘Awakening to the Light in the Darkness’: A Christmas Contemplation with Rev. Craig Wiggins. In-Person at The Rudolf Steiner Branch Chicago & online

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Meeting ID: 705 293 1041Passcode: Peace

For more info. contact Hazel Archer


Wednesday 23 December 2020 – 7:15 pm – 8:30 pm CT

Living into the ‘Christmas Conference’ as a ‘Turning Point of Time’

with the Central Regional Council

for Zoom Details contact Alberto Loya


A Rose by Any Other Name Painting by Mary Benke

24 December 2020 – 5 January 2021, 11 am – 11:30 am CT

ASA Holy Nights 2020-21 “A Rose By Any Other Name…”

International online gathering on the Theme of the Divine Feminine. 

Hosted by Laura Scappaticci & Tess Parker, featuring the Sophia Working Group.

For more info. contact Tess Parker


Masked ball Painting by Marcel Garbi | Saatchi Art

Thursday 31 December 2020-21 Our Annual Conscious NYE Gathering 8 pm-1 am CT

In-Person at Elderberries Bio-dynamic Outpost & The Rudolf Steiner Branch Chicago

This Year’s Theme is a Masked Ball – Live Music, Folk Dancing, Potluck, Mask-making with Lucien Dante Lazar, more TBA

$20 per person

Stay tuned for details. For more info. contact Hazel Archer


Joan of Arc, Saint of the Eternal| National Catholic Register

Wednesday 6 January 2021, 2 pm – 4 pm CT

Joan’s Epiphany ‘What Joan of Arc Calls for Today’

In-Person at Elderberries Bio-dynamic Outpost & The Rudolf Steiner Branch Chicago & online Today on the Birthday of Joan of Arc we welcome special Guest Nancy Poer

We will also explore ‘The Destinies of Individuals and of Nations’, Lecture 5, ‘The Nature of the Christ Impulse and the Michaelic Sprit Serving It’ by Rudolf Steiner with Leading Thoughts by Hazel Archer-Ginsberg

Social Sculpture: “The Passage” with Luicen Dante Lazar, + Singing & Eurythmy

For more info. contact Hazel Archer

Join Zoom Meeting Meeting ID: 705 293 1041


Sing! The Center For Congregational SongCircle Singing - Sing! The Center  For Congregational Song

Every Wednesday 5:30 pm – 7 pm

Community Singing in the Upper Room at the Rudolf Steiner Branch

For more info. contact Elizabeth Kelly


The Wheel of Karma Painting by Rizwana A Mundewadi | Saatchi Art

Wednesdays 9:30-11:00 am – Karmic Relationships Vol 8 by Rudolf Steiner. We incorporate ‘The Calendar of the Soul’, eurythmy, focused discussion and seasonal artistic explorations in our study. All are Welcome.  We meet in person in the Upper Room at the Branch. 

or join via Zoom Meeting ID: 986 8910 3462

For more info. contact Hazel Archer


Branch Open Hours are every Wednesday 9:30 am – 11 am CT during the Karmic Relationships Study, And also by appointment, contact Librarian Paulette Arnold

4 thoughts on “Good Medicine

  1. Wanted to thank you for your blog that I have come to look for each day with anticipation, and also loved your podcasts which I listened to last night. Indeed the spoken word does feel so much more living than print! Your pace and tone and the mood you set was all extremely easy to take in. Your will to do this work truly inspires me, thank you again 🙂
    10:10 in the ethers!

    1. Hi Tanya – Than you so much for the feedback! I never know what the impressions of things will be once they leave my mind & now my mouth 😉
      I must say that the 10:10 has done wonders for my mood & sense of purpose. It feels so enlivening & full of good will, Thanks for being part of the wave!

  2. Just listened to your first podcast, thought experiment, it was great ^^ Will do my own daily contribution in a moment in response. Thank you for regular updates on Zoom events – otherwise it would be hard for me to know, and they’re valuable to me. Plan to Zoom attend Craig Wiggins’ Christmas contemplation, which would be our 9 pm, but I’d best double-check that! Greets & blessings

    1. Thanks for tuning in. It like having a new toy to play with.
      Glad you will be able to join in on some zoom events. It’s a samll world after all

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