Zum Leben und Wirken von Thomas Göbel

Jahrbuch für Goetheanismus 2006, 2006, P.7-12 | DOI: 10.18756/jfg.2006.7


In memoriam of Thomas Göbel (1 1.2.1928 - 8.4.2006)

In 1967, Thomas Göbel founded the Carl Gustav Carus Institute in Öschelbronn/ Germany for Goethean-anthroposophical research on natural sciences, medicine and pharmacy. The following year he founded the Tvcl;m Brahe Publishing Company in Ösche/hronn for ;mh/imtiun of articles with a mainly .u‘ic'iitific, nun-liml or [ibn7’7flctC6tiliütl umtcnt‚ based on a Goethean approach. In connection with these activities‚ in 1984 he also established the ‘Tycho de Brahe-Jahrbuch für Goetheanismus’, an annual journal for larger and specialist contributions. This is now edited by the Science Section of the School of Spiritual Science, Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland, of whose committee Thomas Göbel was a member. Thomas Göbel «lied on ö""" April 2006 ‚11. the age of 7 8 years. in hmmm o] him we presmt an uhilmny ‘ZC’lJ/(‘lJ ine/rules c'i'nizrilmtimis on his hing rap/1__v hy his daughter Nana Göbel aml an bis work hy RolfDork.-z am! Heinrich Brettschneider. We include Thomas Göbel 's last article titled ‘On meditation’ which he wrote several months before his death for publication in ‘Tycho de Brahe-Jahrbuch für Goetheanismus 2006’. He worked diligently on this subject until the end of his life. During the last months of his life, having returned home after a long period in hospital, he established . md led .-i St!»tll}’*(l_'f(il-IP on meditation. He was always wii/in g to {an:/; people how to build up Ihe con/mt fifa meditation in order to practice it.