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Founder of nonviolent communication dies

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ALBUQUERQUE/USA (NNA) – Marshall Rosenberg, the founder of nonviolent communication, died on 7 February at the age of 80 in Albuquerque/New Mexico. Rosenberg had been an inspiration, pioneer and  model for many people, the...[more]


Reading in the book of the world – 400 years of Rosicrucian writings

Fri, 10 Apr 2015

KASSEL (NNA) – Four hundred years ago Landgrave Moritz in Kassel published a couple of small books: the manifestos of the Fraternity of Rosicrucians. They triggered violent controversy across Europe and its followers were...[more]

Relief as Repsol abandons oil exploration off Canaries

Thu, 19 Feb 2015

PUERTO DEL CARMEN (NNA) – Test drilling by the Spanish oil corporation Repsol off the coast of the Canaries, which provoked massive protests among the islands’ inhabitants, has been discontinued. Neither the volume nor the...[more]

German Waldorf pioneer Stefan Leber dies

Thu, 19 Feb 2015

STUTTGART (NNA) – Stefan Leber, one of the most important pioneers of the German Waldorf school movement in recent times died yesterday at the age of 78. In a statement, the German Waldorf Schools Association (BdFWS) in Stuttgart...[more]

Finding the spirit in life

Mon, 16 Feb 2015

The Rose Chamber by Caroline Brown is a moving account of a journey into spiritual realms through meditation, as Christian von Arnim found when he read the book for NNA. LONDON (NNA) – Spirituality is a curious and diffuse...[more]