Stream of Life Research Group

A work-in-progress research group, formed for the Second Etheric Geography Conference 17-19 September 20201.

Members

  • Dr Fiona Campbell, whose core research work concerns cognition and creativity and has on ongoing project called Where Do New Ideas Come From? You can read more about her work here.
  • Martin Samson, whose life quest is knowing how the world works, how the spiritual and physical work in union with each other and providing opportunities for people to share in his knowledge and guidance. Currently completing a PhD in Christology, you can read more about Martin here.
  • Irmhild Kleinhenz is an anthroposophic naturopath with over thirty years in private practice. She specialises in many aspects of health including child health, home care, nutrition, biodynamics, aged care and after-death care and is an appointed mentor for practitioners of integrative therapies and the anthroposophic approach to naturopathy.

A work-in-progress research group, formed for the Second Etheric Geography Conference 17-19 September 20201.

Members

  • Dr Fiona Campbell, whose core research work concerns cognition and creativity and has on ongoing project called Where Do New Ideas Come From? You can read more about her work here.
  • Martin Samson, whose life quest is knowing how the world works, how the spiritual and physical work in union with each other and providing opportunities for people to share in his knowledge and guidance. Currently completing a PhD in Christology, you can read more about Martin here.
  • Irmhild Kleinhenz is an anthroposophic naturopath with over thirty years in private practice. She specialises in many aspects of health including child health, home care, nutrition, biodynamics, aged care and after-death care and is an appointed mentor for practitioners of integrative therapies and the anthroposophic approach to naturopathy.

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