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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • anthroposophy such as reincarnation and karma — the teaching that the
    • teaching of karma, of compensatory justice — most people will ask how
    • reincarnation and karma. One is inclined, however, to say with
    • life as if reincarnation and karma were truths and they will become
    • Regarding karma, the great law of just compensation, perception and
    • understanding of it can be gained if one lives one's life as if karma
    • view of karma would be able to actually perceive the cause of a joyful
    • that happens to him as if karma was a fact, will find that his
    • universe, attains to comprehension of karma. As certain as it is that
    • comprehend the laws of karma if you view life in this manner.
    • apart from other books of instruction in that it is harmless. Only
    • do no harm even if a person practices them improperly. This had to be
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • she is engaged in the farmyard, in the house or in the old
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • First, inner warmth is produced and second, something that is less
    • light. Just as the internal warmth that permeates the blood is the
    • production of warmth and inner movement. In all this is contained
    • that are harmonized within men, and its whole organism is
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • say, the karma of their previous lives — karma which had come to
    • this moral impulse would come to the Earth from Vishva-Karman or, as
    • — the realm of the Harmony of the Spheres. In the combination of
    • of two tones of the Harmony of the Spheres. The chemical affinity
    • the realm of the Harmony of the Spheres. The numerical ratios in
    • chemistry are an expression of the numerical ratios of the Harmony of
    • principle thereof, he would be hearing the Harmony of the Spheres.
    • world — electricity arises. If what lives in the Harmony
    • Warmth will expand in the three dimensions of space. In light there is
    • with, as pure Warmth, then it will become Light and then pass over
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • hopeful. There are many harmful factors strongly influencing our lives
    • It is extremely harmful for our time that many of the men who hold high
    • harmoniously in him.
    • our lives. Strange as it may seem, anthroposophy shows it to be harmful
    • one wishes, provided, of course, it will do no harm to leave the wish
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • spontaneous warmth of this elementary feeling. Let me repeat that it is
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • souls who, by reason of their karma, have been led to Spiritual
    • may develop harmoniously with an upright position and vertical walk,
    • which enabled him to become an upright harmonious being, permeated and
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • human development that fall gently into our souls, warming and
    • quieting and harmonizing of our senses so that today we can use them
    • men, refreshing themselves in an invigorating springtime, in the warmth
    • something harmful were present, for while certain things in the world are
    • harmful to this or that organ; he would then recognize that he was
    • our vital organs were subdued and harmonized resulted from the great
    • this deed shone down into the earth's atmosphere. Then that harmonizing
    • harmonious working of the Christ. In consequence, toward the end of the
    • generated in the spiritual world made possible the harmonization of
    • thinking were harmonized at this period by forces that descended from
    • at the end of the Atlantean age, revered the Sun Spirit as the harmonizer
    • lyre, sounding upon it harmoniously the tones of the human soul!”
    • organs were threatened with disorder and disharmony, and in the late
    • human evolution, an effort was made to establish harmony between this
    • harmony the ego that was to come into the world.
    • concerning human evolution, cosmic mysteries, reincarnation and karma,
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • realization of repeated earth-lives in full harmony with the natural
    • soul vibrating in harmony.
    • complete harmony with the impulses that brought about these changes in
    • warming people and shining on the earth?” Anyone familiar with the
    • existence on the earth, unless that Sun shines — warming, illumining,
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • “destined by the European karma” or, to state it more
    • karma. A quick glance at the historical record may help to clarify
    • European karma. Russia's instigation of the two Peace Conferences in
    • for it was Russia that, in 1914, mobilized its armed forces without
    • special artistic care is the manner in which he raises his left arm,
    • through arm and hand, an energy that is evidenced by indentations that
    • winged figure, who with his arm-like organs turns toward the ledge
    • prophetic oracles of Rome, which guided him into leading his army out
    • confront Constantine's army. Constantine, on the other hand, had a
    • battle, even though his army was three-fourths smaller than that of
    • are particularly suited by their karmas, pass into an extraordinary
    • is a time when the karma of a particular individual can facilitate
    • happening in the world outside. If by virtue of his karma a person
    • for an encounter with the Christ. It is the karma of Europe that we in
    • was, of course, destined by the European karma.
    • The situation with little Theodor was that his karma had expired, so
    • can imagine; the karma in the world takes its course in a different
    • spiritual! Materialism is confronting its karma in this, the most
    • terrible of all wars. In a certain sense, this war is the karma of
    • strive for an intimate harmony with the laws of the world.
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • and harmony. Not only are relationships and intercourse affected by
    • The work carried out in brotherly harmony within our groups has quite
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • that the warm and sultry summer is the earth's sleeping season, and that
    • world, because they are in harmony with the principle of utility. You are
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • the eternal, will make us either warm or cold. It will have to fill us
    • either with inner warmth or with inner cold. We shall go through the
    • make us warm, another will make us cold. Worst of all will be those
    • who make us neither warm nor cold. Thus we shall have an inner
    • experience in the warmth-ether which penetrates our etheric body. This
    • what will only be felt as warmth when one sees the human being, will
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • so that he can then feel nice and warm with the thought, “You are
    • give rise to a nebulous longing and a desire for soul-warming,
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • most harmful in its effects. But a statement like the one I have made
    • called for by these ominous and alarming facts.
    • and apprehended in the spirit, will human souls find harmony again.
    • intelligence. Only thus can harmony enter into souls of the modern
    • age: for the loss of this harmony is due to the conditions of
    • it. That is how things are. And harmony must again be sought between,
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • teacher's warmth of enthusiasm gets passed on to him, and the child takes
    • child takes it in just because it lives in the warmth emanating from the
    • the teacher's warmth are life-giving when they are re-experienced.
    • instance, with an eye to their becoming clerks or army officers or some
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • The warmth within man which is greater than that of his environment is
    • speak of the warmth condition of the body, but in reality they regard
    • (red) and as a being in whom there is a definite degree of warmth
    • only it is gaseous, aeriform, and in motion. And finally, the warmth in us
    • is not a uniform warmth extending over the whole human being, but is also
    • Fourthly, there is the warmth-organism with all its inner
    • Warmth-organism        Ego
    • in the blood there is also present what is generally called the warmth
    • — we should find in registering the warmth in the different parts
    • of the human organism that the warmth cannot be identified with the
    • And now we come to the warmth-organism. It is of course quite in
    • the warmth-organism. But no real knowledge of man's being can be
    • warmth-organism, an aeriform organism, a fluid organism, and an earth
    • The warmth-organism is paramountly the field of the Ego. The Ego
    • the warmth that is within us, and governs and gives it configuration,
    • directly upon the warmth. It is primarily the Ego in man which
    • warmth-organism. An impulse of will proceeding from the Ego works upon
    • the warmth-organism. Under present earthly conditions it is not
    • The space then remains filled with nothing but warmth which is, of
    • course, in communication with the warmth outside. But what is active
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • organism, an aeriform organism, and a warmth-organism must also be
    • to the warmth-organism itself, everything is to be conceived as
    • the warmth-organism, the Ego. By recognizing this we can as it were
    • organism, the warmth-organism and thus becoming by degrees more
    • organism, and a warmth-organism. If you picture to yourselves that as
    • inwardly mobile — and a warmth-organism, if you picture this you
    • enthusiasm has an effect upon the warmth organism. — There, you
    • in an enhancement of warmth in the warmth-organism. Not only is man
    • warmed in soul through what he experiences in the way of moral ideals,
    • but he becomes organically warmer as well — though this is not so
    • stimulating, invigorating effect upon the warmth-organism.
    • for a moral ideal — stimulation of the warmth-organism. There is
    • more vigorous activity in the warmth-organism when the soul is fired
    • rest of one's constitution. As well as the warmth-organism he also has
    • warmth-organism it is an actual air-organism in man. Warmth, quickened
    • by a moral ideal, works in turn upon the air-organism, because warmth
    • effect upon the air-organism is not that of warming only, for when the
    • warmth, stimulated by the warmth-organism, works upon the
    • upon the warmth-organism produce sources of light in the air-organism.
    • We also have within us the fluid organism. Warmth, stimulated in the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • unfolds whenever we raise an arm or turn the head, unless we take
    • super-sensible conceptions to our aid. We move an arm; but the
    • sleep. We perceive our arm; we perceive how our hand grasps some
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • is in complete harmony with that of Raphael's picture. Of course, this fact
    • him, armed with the force of Isis. No, what we have lost is the knowledge
    • because the common goal signifies union in harmony. The light of Christmas
    • souls, as something which unites our hearts in love and harmony? If we do
    • wished to speak to you. Be assured that they are intended as a warm
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • With such a torrent of phrases Darmstadt wisdom-schools may indeed be
    • branch, carried on St. Nicholas' arm on the 6th of December, into
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • World.” Spiritual Science is no “warming up” of Gnostic
    • organisation; he would suffer grievous harm.
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • (see diagram) you have the A in harmony with B and C, but in each
    • therefore, a vowel harmony expressed somewhere in speech: let us say
    • these names were conceived in such a way that they harmonized with the
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • about, moving the arms, and so on — are increasingly retained in the
    • inscribed — the movements of our arms and leg, and not only these,
    • but all that we accomplish through our arms and leg. For instance,
    • cosmic process — is joined to the karma of man.
    • entire karma to the cosmos, for the substance of the whole cosmos is
    • actions. Here, then, you have a complete linking up of karma with the
    • karmically inherited later on. Even when children die before puberty,
    • this or that can certainly be incorporated in their karma, but it is
    • always rather vague and fleeting. The forming of karma, properly
    • organism for the forming of karma. For, at death, what is gathered up
    • the karmic laws work themselves out, fashioning our karma. So do we
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • form an idea that harmonizes strictly with it and thus is true, or,
    • truth, he is in harmony with the feeling he has of his physical body,
    • conscious of an inner, glowing warmth, of a kind of inner sunlight. It
    • warmed and irradiated — god-inspired — thus did the Greek feel in
    • is always present. We have but to stretch out our arms, as it were, to
    • physical body; just as a warm enthusiasm for Beauty expresses itself
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • spontaneous harmony — a harmony between what arises from the human side
    • myself to karma. I am only man, in the full sense of being man, if I take
    • with inner light, inner warmth, and he knows that this inner life, inner
    • warmth, inner light, has arisen in him during life on earth. He acquires a
    • and warmth our mere thinking that is otherwise dead and abstract.
    • higher things. The animals do not neglect their part in the cosmic harmony,
    • yet we as mankind turn the cosmic harmony into dissonance. And thus, I may
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • arms are continued inwardly. Thus we can now distinguish the nerve-sense
    • a harmony can always exist between the destruction of the one system and
    • chemical-pharmaceutical laboratories in Arlesheim, near Dornach, as
    • Attached to this Arlesheim Institute is the International Pharmaceutical
    • be used today in the entire world. The pharmacy produces the remedies
    • endeavor as the International Pharmaceutical Laboratory in Arlesheim
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • Saturn forces enter into human life through all that lives in Karma,
    • planets are there between than, waving the one into the other. Karma
    • it knows nothing at all about the destiny of Karma with which this
    • its cosmic happenings, pulsating through man's Karma upon Earth.
    • has its relation to man. Even as the Saturn-memory is related to human Karma,
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • of the karma of the Anthroposophical Society. We can however carry these
    • the life on Earth, he has elaborated his karma, he then turns back again to
    • this Michael garment, this garment of Light, shall become the Words of the
    • For Michael's garment of rays
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • of Ahriman, without allowing them to be of harm to man, but to be of
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • the physiognomy will be a direct expression for that which karma has
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • karmic connection on Earth, in the last or in an earlier incarnation.
    • within his ken with whom he has had karmic connection here on Earth;
    • host of karmic connections has been made and of these is spun the web
    • souls in the spiritual world. The links are made karmically on Earth
    • more links — all of which are the outcome of karmic connections
    • in the arm would have to be turned inside out like a glove, in order
    • sub-consciousness. Clairvoyant consciousness does not charm anything
    • abstractly, but with real warmth of heart. This can so take root in
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • Movements of arms and hands, then, have a strong bearing on the
    • reason for this? Well, gentlemen, when you look at the right arm and
    • not feel warm or cold. These sensations have to do with the nerves.
    • exercise or a eurythmic movement with my right hand or the right arm,
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • happens in this way: three life-processes, breathing, warming and
    • the ordinary development of warmth it is just warmth, and so on. Now
    • breathing, warming and nutrition; not coarse nutrition, but a process
    • observation through the senses, the senses of sight, warmth, taste
    • expression in nutrition, in the development of warmth and in
    • enjoyment of Art, would then be diverted into living out of harmony
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • human, harmonious instincts. Schiller was a man of reflection and
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • we call our destiny or Karma need not after all be so enigmatic for
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • Earth, and it is the Moon that charms down the human race to Earth
    • they become inwardly responsive to light and also to warmth. We say,
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • thus: First, the upper arm (only that in the arm the
    • anvil), and then the lower arm — the other ossicle which rests
    • song, in melody and harmony, and harmonies of spoken sound. Out of
    • music. And the harmonious and dissonant sounds become the Words,
    • Out of the harmony of the Spheres the ear is formed, so much so that
    • physical reflection of the heavenly harmony of the Spheres, and how
    • would have to move on the waves of cosmic Harmonies, even as the tiny
    • Divine Worlds as harmony or dissonance; that the Divine Words of
    • stunted and crippled. It is as though both his arms had been shot
    • away. If his arms are taken from him he is physically crippled; if the
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • on-streaming flow of human karma — this belongs to the First Degree.
    • Whatever individual karma the “ I ” incurs in the process, is
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • other man comes still nearer and the harmless instrument which
    • appears which can be called the harmony of the spheres, cosmic
    • and harmony but as the deeds and activities of those beings who
    • karma. We know then why certain capacities are ours in this
    • we learn to know our destiny, our karma. We can learn to know
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • inwardly still. Just as externally his arms and legs are still, in his
    • extraordinarily rich in melody and harmony, which also fills the whole
    • In the same way, etheric streams of warmth flow into the interior of
    • as warmth, light, and sound, and is thus difficult to describe —
    • stream of warmth. They stand out for inner reasons — which are
    • man's individual etheric body. And this flooding warmth, this
    • then it can be observed that in reality this flowing warmth, this
    • streaming warmth, which goes inward from the whole surface of the skin
    • something I will describe in a moment. The streaming warmth goes
    • living music, the glowing light, the streaming warmth, intermingled
    • its resounding and its manifold effects of warmth, its inner language.
    • formed and made individual, which shines and warms and sounds and
    • streams of warmth, have flowed away. When all this has flowed into the
    • like describing a swarm of gnats seen in the distance, so that the
    • gentle phosphorescence, and resound: how they spread streaming warmth,
    • a compensating cosmic Justice, a Karma, is at work. And here, too,
    • abstractions “Karma”, or “universal Justice”,
    • harmonized with the etheric and physical bodies. The physical body
    • brought into harmony with the faculty of speech — in all this we
    • limbs must be present in man, harmony is accomplished by the Thrones.
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  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • the genuine concepts of Natural Science and are in perfect harmony
    • the fact that it is one of the weightiest — is this disharmony
    • heights, not as yet incarnate in an outer garment of matter. We saw
    • ‘history,’ knowing it to be but the outer garment of
    • it had not first been charmed into being by the light. If on the one
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • revelation of an inner music, of spiritual sounds and harmonies which
    • entitled Der arme Heinrich, when miracles of healing follow the
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • The armed contest of the past four or five years is only the
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • forces ... well, also a farmer does not see the forces that are
    • Through your Karma
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • in line and harmony with the evolutionary forces operating in mankind
    • temple-buildings. When with insight and warmth of soul we study these
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • development was thoroughly in harmony with the aims of the spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • is determined once more through our karma. The fact that we are
    • connected with our karma in the widest sense.
    • the harmonies — would lead the crude materialists of our time
    • in wondrously harmonious numerical relation to the whole.
    • or some other relationship brought about by karma, to attach
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • furnished the garment — or let us say — the dwelling
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • garments.
    • his stand, stretches out his arms and then he is the cross. From
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • proverbs an original harmonizing of what is said with the direct
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • their emptiness or for their harmfulness. In fact one is fully
    • in the two hands and arms, this corresponds in the macrocosm to the
    • aspects of the harmfulness of Wilsonianism from some subjective urge.
    • must carefully dry all the machines with warmed cloths so that
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • warmth, and his great personal impulse was to serve his age, to
    • fruitful for him. There is a thoroughly warm tone in this letter, a
    • it is not perceived that an impulse in life can be harmful by itself,
    • force itself, then harm is again brought to mankind. This is
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • is transformed through what ascends from man as heart-warmth or love.
    • their heart grows cold; the heart warmth does not stream up to the
    • man can make heart-warm concepts of the fact that when one looks at
    • lovely and charming picture which developed in the course of the
    • charming poetic picture which has developed round the Infant-Jesus.
    • conditions. Hence it did no harm — there were similar
    • relationships in Europe in the last centuries — it did no harm
    • the soul and on the sincerity in the soul, and harmful above all is
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • divining-rod were posted to various army-groups in order to discover
    • really fruitful with feeling and warmth, instead of all the stupid
    • that a separate peace is harmful to the general peace of the world.
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • glows warmly through all that is presented in such an artful manner.
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • Karma. How does the shaping of destiny proceed? In order to answer
    • differentiation of the functions of legs and arms. As a rule —
    • of walking, man uses his legs, whereas his arms and hands are
    • differentiation between feet and hands, arms and legs, is one of the
    • uses his arms and hands. The astral body flows into every word,
    • accomplished by the arms. Not only is an aftermath of leg and arm
    • particular thing was done with the arms! Or again: Such and such an
    • sleeping state as an echo of what has been performed by arms and legs
    • karma or destiny is shaped. A verdict is passed: ‘I am
    • satisfied with what I have performed with my arms and legs.’
    • connection between the Ego and the karma, or destiny. Just as the
    • and work at the texture of destiny. Karma is elaborated in
    • hands, arms and legs.
    • great and far-reaching task lies before him in the karmic adjustment
    • will not do to generalise, saying merely that destiny and karma
    • human being works at the formation of his own karma. He weaves it
    • tear asunder and make bad karma for the next life, threads that are
    • these are creative forces in the forming and shaping of karma.
    • and easy-going conception of karma which prompts us to say: ‘I
    • am ill — it is my karma!’ ‘A misfortune has
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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • into a closer union with Nature, in whose arms he first of all seeks
    • most charming way of this poetic, artistic element of speech in
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • be lit by a picture-content, warmed through by glowing life, as real
    • thought is colourless, has little warmth. There is good reason for
    • By means of the exercises indicated in my books, we must be armed
    • warmth, achieves the moral strength that is necessary in order to
    • intensity. And this is the point at which the harmony, the union
    • warmed by the sun, the nature-necessity which inheres in electricity,
    • harmony, is the freedom inherent in a single earthly life, and what
    • enhanced, quickened, pervaded with warmth. [Compare:
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • states incisively, in a modern garment, to be sure. du Bois-Reymond
    • garment, among the modern natural scientists, and
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • gradually come about that the arms, feet and legs of the human being
    • you when you lift your arm through your will. The real inner forces
    • corrects particularly the harm done by the spiritual opponent who
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • instead that the boy's Karma had reached its end and that the van
    • its Karma. Trivially speaking, we might say: The child's Higher Self,
    • would lead us too far to speak of the peculiar Karma of a human soul
    • artificially; it must be connected with the whole Karma of the human
    • this Being lives with its wings in the harmony of the spheres; it
    • swings through the spaces, through the waves of the harmony of the
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • should really harmonize fully, with the modern, scientific mentality,
    • revealing the truths of Karma. I have often listened with great pain
    • socially and belongs to a lower class or caste, it is his Karma and
    • he has deserved it. This interpretation of the idea of Karma
    • experience. Freedom fully harmonizes with the idea of Karma ...
    • Everything that appears in the account-book of life is karmically
    • be connected with the idea of Karma. We should not adopt an easy
    • fatalistic idea when advancing the view of Karma as a fully justified
    • idea. Spiritual science should therefore be in full harmony also with
    • warmly wish that also the Groups in Holland might pursue an
    • obtained in our movement, from out the spiritual worlds. I warmly
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • harm, for a super-sensible experience is of use only when it is
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • evolution of humanity, science, art, and religion formed a harmonious
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    • spiritually, that it shines forth spiritually and gives warmth
    • this purifying, spiritual, warmth of our feelings.
    • spiritual warmth and nourishment for the dead, namely the image
    • midst of a materialistic world and is led through its Karma to the
    • our Karma.
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    • harmonious and consistent with them. But they are by no means an
    • phobia. Sometimes, of course, it can be comparatively harmless. Some
    • sometimes more harmless than one might suppose. But their effects are
    • not equally harmless.
    • light with all its heart, with its innermost heart's warmth.
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    • of an ethical-moral nature. A warm-hearted disposition that does not
    • to greet him warmly next time we meet him, just as though nothing had
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    • we shall see that human karma also plays in. That is a fifth category
    • karmic causes. The sphere of medicine will not improve until this
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    • became harmful. For this gradually reduced mans capacity to change.
    • independent human being, and it is no longer in full harmony with the
    • harmony of divine-spiritual health. In a certain respect he set
    • between the great divine-spiritual harmony with its health and the
    • of desires that have a harmful effect on the physical body, even
    • can withstand heart poisons and other harmful influences of the
    • being has so many phantoms in him that are not in harmony, that they
    • possible harmful effects of his astral or etheric body. Because
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    • rhythm of the two bodies harmonise, is the work of other spirits, the
    • evolution, all the rhythms in man were much more in harmony with the
    • rhythm. It is just because the rhythms do not harmonise that man has
    • because the rhythms are no longer in harmony that the condition of
    • definite relationships between the animals and the land. Farmers used
    • calendars. In the farmer's lore a consciousness of these rhythms lay
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    • is healthy and all his inner activities are working harmoniously,
    • the floating blob of farm the direction of the equator and a needle
    • yet is inwardly in harmony with them. Thus in the far distant past a
    • like an angel not to think in harmony with the great spiritual
    • in the universal harmony. They need no textbooks. Man needs textbooks
    • live in harmony with the four quarters of the moon. For it was
    • spiritual science, because it is in harmony with the great laws of
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    • ILLNESS AND KARMA
    • illnesses arising as the actual result of karma would not be
    • part of this karmic cause of illness.
    • karma, on that great law of causes which show the spiritual
    • connections between man's various incarnations. But the ways of karma
    • composition of karmic connections before we can understand anything
    • the law of karma works in human life. We shall be referring to some
    • have an exact picture of how the karmic causes of one life become the
    • concentrate solely on what concerns the question of the karmic cause
    • of doing harm, so that in repairing the harm and overcoming the evil
    • he can become stronger in the course of karmic development than he
    • a man encounters some harm he did to a fellow man in his twentieth
    • year, he experiences this harm just as much as the joy and good he
    • experiences the harm he did to someone else. Supposing he hit someone
    • let us take a closer look at the working of karma, by examining a
    • karmic connections although what we are about to say can also be
    • dormant. This also calls forth karmic causes in Kamaloca, and we
    • makes for disharmony in any life. Man is born on the one side into
    • external connection with the karma our soul has set itself. For as it
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    • possession of ego-hood, man feels a certain disharmony in his
    • relationship to the environment. And this feeling of disharmony is
    • say that the ego feels itself to be in a certain disharmony with the
    • something you previously had. There would be a harmonious
    • still there. Disharmony occurs when we have lost something and the
    • within it as a harmonious whole. But this harmonious human form, the
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • physical bodies that swarmed about on the earth below. From a
    • interlaced and warmed through by the rays of the sun. All the
    • that it could become the bearer of self-consciousness in a harmonious
    • nature of reincarnation and karma, the principles of man's being, and
    • development. That is why the great masters of wisdom and of harmony
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    • karmically connected. Our concern is the joy the man feels because he
    • karma, and those not determined by karma but appearing on our horizon
    • something karmic. But suppose you only know something about the theft
    • determined by karma. Only on Earth did man attain the possibility of
    • it. This laughter has nothing whatever to do with your karma. A
    • comes to a tragic end. What you witness was determined by karma, but
    • is not determined solely by karma, but by your relationship to the
    • karmically destined to pay off something together, but at the same
    • duty beyond the requirements of karma, the more nourishment there is
    • beyond the limits of karma — in such an age the spirits of
    • man being able to work beyond the dictates of karma, and live in duty
    • it beyond the extent of karma, the possibility of evil and of
    • unconnected with any previous karma. There was no preceding karma
    • in karmic connections, he had been born in Constantinople, might he
    • of wisdom and the masters of harmony and feeling. For thus do they
    • inner warmth of feeling. If man had to admit his incapacity to do
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    • attitudes of soul in earthly life. For karmic adjustments, return
    • world-karma. The man was chosen to perform a task of special
    • person's karma can be influenced in a certain way. We must, however,
    • This will help you to understand that for certain karmic
    • on our karma will confront us as a direct reality. We recognise the
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    • do harm to someone to whom we owe a debt of love, we shall actually
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    • in later karma. Those living on Earth are able to have a great
    • changed we acquire the power to change them in our later karma. The
    • technique of karma enables these conditions to be changed during
    • death than they were in life. During life a certain disharmony
    • that this invalidates karma. It does nothing of the kind. If such a
    • karma just presented holds good only for the world of realities
    • where the laws operating as karmic laws are quite different. If we
    • between birth and death karma holds sway, Anthroposophy makes it
    • possibilities is selected in accordance with the law of karma; the
    • The more deeply we believe in karma, the more firmly we shall also
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    • if all the impulses work together in harmony. The Christ descended
    • amid the harmonies and disharmonies of existence.
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    • of reincarnation and karma was left in the background not only in the
    • reincarnation and karma? Why had these teachings now to be added to
    • head in one way, the trunk to which the legs and arms are attached,
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    • were given an elastic garment
    • final outcome is harmony in the evolution of worlds. Man cannot
    • the maintenance and harmonising of opposites. Thus what develops on
    • manipulated by the wisdom of the Universe in such a way that harmony
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    • ancestors; but it is equally correct to attribute them to his karma
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    • realise from this how Karma works over from one life to the next. In
    • relating to a spiritual world. That is the karmic connection. Such
    • or other beings, either promoting or harming health and growth.
    • understood Karma must be studied in details, in details which reveal
    • Earth-evolution, creating harmony between spirit and matter. Life on
    • become more and more materialistic — that is the Earth's karma
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    • functions of the several planets. It is now a matter of harmonising
    • example of how the details of spiritual research harmonise with each
    • these two facts harmonise? The truth is that they harmonise
    • complete harmony.
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    • harmoniously during the second and third post-Atlantean epochs and
    • of men — then one can see how harmony and order had faded out
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    • certain order and harmony, imbued with wisdom, could now flow into
    • if this is harmonious, man is made fit for the harmonious cooperation
    • if thinking, feeling and willing were to be harmonised. And so there
    • Dragon was ennobled and brought out of chaos into a kind of harmony.
    • harmony. We have only to keep firmly in mind that in Apollo there was
    • thinking, feeling and willing into harmony. They did not say so
    • thereby brought harmony into thinking, feeling and willing. The art
    • the Greeks ascribed the musical effects which bring harmony into the
    • brought about in the human body a harmonious co-operation of brain,
    • expression of harmony in thinking, feeling and willing. The Healer,
    • We have now seen the four stages of harmonisation: the
    • harmonising of sense perception, of the life-organs, of thinking,
    • feeling and willing, and the harmonisation in the Ego, this last
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    • harmony which works through forces and is symbolised numerically by
    • instruments sound harmoniously together in these numerical
    • the ordering and harmonising principle in the cosmic order. I want to
    • space, men could now perceive how harmony and melody in cosmic
    • We can now say that it was part of the karma of world
    • had formerly been done for the harmonising of thinking, feeling and
    • in a wonderful harmony of words: “He sent his angel before him,
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    • and the wisdom of the stars worked into the souls of men, harmonising
    • with an army four times the size of Constantine's — not
    • karmic guidance, and on encountering something that seems to have to
    • garments and sent him forth. He met with many adventures, and later
    • John, who did not forsake his mother, he might discern the karmic
    • (this was another of the karmic readings). I have often spoken of it
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    • aura, the Sibylline forces were to be harmonised and rendered capable
    • armour. She says that the English have no right to France, and
    • hence the subterranean warmth and the fact that without warmth there
    • experiences all harmonious changes and objects outside itself. As it
    • the sun does not only radiate light and warmth throughout the cosmos;
    • universal harmony. And all the planets are ensouled.
    • wonderful harmony, in the realm of the senses as well as in the
    • nature and in the gifts of Grace. This harmony is found both in
    • harmony is God, and He has impressed on all souls an inner harmony as
    • harmonise with certain mysteries of the Christian religion. Thus for
    • souls there would not be harmony everywhere. In human souls we find
    • harmonious pre-dispositions of an endlessly varied kind. The whole
    • earth is ensouled, and thus the great harmony is brought about, not
    • external world, and through his karma stood at a point where his soul
    • other mysteries. Without spirits and souls there would not be harmony
    • everywhere. In human souls we find harmonious pre-dispositions of an
    • great harmony is brought about, not only on earth but between the
    • subterranean warmth and the fact that without warmth there is no
    • harmony of all religions. And he can decide also whether what should
    • of a spiritual nature. How a man was led by his karma to the
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    • karma. Please note, my dear friends, that our personal karma is
    • our personal karma. The laws prevailing there are withdrawn from
    • forces active in our karma. Thus the historian, the modern
    • laws dependent on man's personal karma.
    • which they do so flows out of their personal karma finds no place in
    • old Saturn we have to go to the law of our personal karma. Only when
    • personal karma into connection with the constellations which relate
    • perception. Whereas what we call karma, personal destiny, or, one
    • harmony with external world existence. Man feels isolated, abandoned
    • Lucifer are harmful spirits as long as one is not aware of them, as
    • men face them eye to eye spiritually Ahriman and Lucifer are harmful
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    • past of the planetary system with such inner warmth and zest that
    • Venus and Mercury bring into the human being the karmic element that
    • individualities stands the Sun, creating harmony between the
    • concentrates again in the solar warmth.
    • warmth the element of necessity in destiny, resolves destiny into
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    • another in our physical bodies, flow into the stream of karma, into
    • karma-foundation of their preceding lives could not have been
    • required by karma. He brings it about while the souls who are
    • deepening required by karma, which could not have been brought about
    • through the portal of death. A true fulfilment of karma is often
    • us differently and tie the karmic link in a corresponding way. Had
    • the circumstances been different, the karmic link would have been
    • as experiences which are based upon our karmic connection with them.
    • accident is driven to it by the necessity of his karma. Had this
    • ourselves are concerned, we always work upon our karma so that it
    • karma of mankind as a whole, and this karma consists of the
    • world-karma with the aid of forces which we develop between death and
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    • connected with warmth and cold, with all the things that become our
    • all the things that are contained in the progress of karma and in the
    • working is in harmony with the objective course of things. Hence it
    • karma. It ripens also for the world. So we continue to work for the
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    • deeds, of everything he causes to happen — in short, his karma.
    • warmth and light etheric beings stream down to earth; if man's
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    • warmth, separates and remains with the earth. But every other
    • forth spiritually and gives warmth spiritually.
    • spiritual science really lies in this purifying, spiritual warmth of
    • that can become spiritual warmth and nourishment for the dead,
    • materialistic world and is led through its karma to the possibility
    • led through our karma.
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    • earth, is warmth. Our whole physical organism finally
    • long time, into warmth.
    • spiritual science of warmth as a fourth physical state of
    • only as a kind of characteristic. But it is this warmth which is, in
    • from our physical body, we give to our earth — Warmth.
    • The warmth which is to be found in the earth, is, in
    • become air and water become at last warmth. Yes, even though it may
    • pass over into warmth only after hundreds of years, indeed, even
    • though what belongs to the bone-system may pass over into warmth only
    • after thousands of years, it is transformed finally into warmth.
    • exist only as warmth within the body of the earth.
    • with the earth, through warmth, is the materialistic way. The fact
    • And this is just what uplifts, gladdens and warms the
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    • ground, there arises that which we meet with as the peculiar charm
    • order to make this agreement more especially complete, a harmonious
    • most harmoniously together. The consequence of that is all that we
    • the abnormal one, but from their harmonizing so completely, because
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    • sounds, cold and warmth, but he also has the consciousness that
    • behind these perceptions of colors, sounds, warmth and cold, there is
    • human egos. just therefore as to us, colors and sounds, warmth and
    • color, sound, warmth, cold, hardness and softness; what is data for
    • takes hold of a thing with his hand, he feels it to be either warm or
    • are to him as the world impression of warmth and cold are to the
    • see the harmony which had prevailed till then replaced by something
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    • to lay on the opposite scale, viz., the teaching of Karma and
    • comprehensive, through these ideas of karma and reincarnation.
    • as this, will nevertheless produce discontent and disharmony in
    • Anthroposophist will learn, through the teaching of karma and
    • their significance in the great harmony of human evolution. That,
    • warmth coincide, — for the atmosphere is just as much part of
    • the earth period man was indeed in this respect an inharmonious
    • not yet complete but is still in a state of disharmony and disorder.
    • beings without the harmonizing through other spiritual beings.
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    • [Manifestations of Karma]
    • death is karmically connected with what we call the Luciferic
    • is connected with karma. Sickness and death would never have come to
    • man if the Lucifer influence had not come in. The karmic working out
    • eclipse. That is in perfect harmony with the facts. This terminology
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    • This continent was encircled by a sort of warm stream, a stream about
    • by Spitzbergen as a warm current, and gradually cooled and so on, —
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    • has heard something about Karma, of how everything in the world takes
    • little by little, that what he has seen is the karmic counterpart of
    • but to call upon them to work in harmonious co-operation. The better
    • ourselves together in harmony, even when we have to discuss the
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    • Today people may consider it comparatively harmless to elaborate only those automatic,
    • This swarm will seize upon the earth, will spread over the earth like a network
    • air and as it sometimes is with swarms of locusts — with a brood of terrible
    • lukewarm judgment, for it is part and parcel of the very texture of cosmic
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    • through the floor and committed ravages. So would harm result if an
    • profoundest peace, and in complete harmony within the circle of the
    • harmony with my reverence for the Bible, in spite of America's not
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    • warmth of the Sun that have streamed to it during the Summer. The
    • light and the warmth sink down, as it were, into the soil of the
    • the light and warmth of the present year's Sun. In the sprouting and
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    • with the arm; or they could feel the particular muscle extended by
    • Whose arms to clasp us on the cross were spread.
    • Spiritual Science is always closely in harmony with the highest striving
    • Whose arms to clasp us on the cross were spread.
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    • Art is one of the healthiest, most direct ways to arm and
    • strengthen ourselves against the harmful influences of modern
    • influences of unavoidable world-karma, emanates from weakness. But it
    • vigorous enough to develop the force which arms and strengthens us in
    • that it is armed against the influences of modern life, can hold its
    • be endured. World-karma demands a courageous attitude to modern life,
    • advance for what, in accordance with world-karma, modern humanity is
    • world-karma ordains for them. Those who do not want to know anything
    • against the old. If world-karma places us to-day in a strongly
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    • certain warmth of feeling which pours out in all his utterances and
    • deeds. This warmth of feeling is always there, but on the other hand
    • irresistible warmth of soul.
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    • AND KARMA
    • of Karma. And it should meet an objective and historical interest to
    • Today I must tell you a few things on morality and karma and tomorrow
    • of observing life in itself, is far easier. But if the laws of Karma
    • hold good, life itself must take on a form which shows us how Karma
    • universe; by envy and falsehood we harm the laws which govern the
    • was strongly addicted to telling lies. The law of Karma would in that
    • incarnation, are Karmic connections.
    • In reality, Karma works in such a way that a faint fulfillment of its
    • nuance of the influence of Karma; it remains after death, works
    • the laws of Karma hold good, it will soon appear whether our attitude
    • Karma led us together with him for a definite purpose: perhaps we
    • Karma is a fact which can be reasonably accepted, if it is a valid
    • is how we may live in accordance with the laws of Karma and the whole
    • that things should have taken this course, because his Karma demands
    • it. People who say this do not understand Karma, for to understand
    • Karma we must know that another person's Karma does not concern
    • us at all! The fulfillment of Karma will come of its own accord; our
    • might bring about a favourable change in his Karma. To know and to
    • feel this forms part of a deep understanding of Karma and its laws.
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    • multiplied form. What is so alarming is that the oneness, the
    • determining our Karma from one incarnation to the other. The
    • of our Karma. Even as during the Moon evolution man felt that his
    • do not think that it is we who shape our Karma; this is ruled by
    • be silenced, as it were, a gleam of the course of Karma, which
    • realm; this nucleus is the bearer of our Karma. What each one of
    • us will do tomorrow is determined by Karma and already lives in
    • might be able to see through our Karma. We could see through it
    • the stream of Karma darkens our outlook into the events which may
    • was greatly alarmed and said that quite recently a man had been
    • could not protect himself, yet something entered his Karma so
    • moulded his Karma had already had the rescuing idea. The dream
    • was foresight of the spirit controlling Karma, who saw what would
    • accordance with his will, and Karma is contained in his will.
    • his ordinary consciousness and which points to the future. Karma
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    • Such a lack of harmony in human experience would have been quite
    • experienced by those whose karma enables them to grow beyond the
    • cosmic being. With outstretched arms he will implore the solution of
    • This will be the solution of the most significant disharmony that has
    • ever arisen in earth existence, the disharmony between man's
    • will arise out of the harmony of men's souls, and out of their
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    • form, as it were, a garment for our souls, has in it no moral
    • a harmonious soul-and-spirit nature, to form the new body in perfect
    • knowledge with real warmth of soul, then it will afford them the same
    • who receive the truths with warmth of heart. And within the societies
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    • others depends upon the working out of individual karma. For we have
    • karmic developments to a culminating point. Think how much less
    • karma had been accumulated in the earlier periods of earth
    • evolution! With every incarnation fresh karma is made. At first,
    • already in this present time for people drawn together by karma to
    • understand each other, perhaps because owing to other karmic
    • to free what is karmically imprisoned within us, and to let it rise
    • limits, harmoniously together? For through their group soul, the soul
    • adjust ourselves in life that when confronted by karma with a
    • other is coloured by this dislike. As a consequence the karmic
    • as the gift of reason is no longer bestowed upon us like our two arms
    • see: that karmic connections having entered the period of crisis
    • only in vague talk, however warm the feelings which underlie it;
    • we say — to myself. Actually it came about through karma that
    • people who do not wish to go into spiritual science call it warmed-up
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    • they have later fallen into decadence and have mainly been used for harmful
    • hold the arms outstretched for a long time; or he took up a certain
    • them and by keeping his arms raised for a long time. Thus, he learned
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    • With these talks, Steiner created and launched 'biodynamic' farming -
    • accommodated better for this Lecture Course than here, in a farm so
    • Course on Farming this condition will most certainly be fulfilled at
    • his devoted work, in the farming activities we undertook at Stuttgart
    • farming job itself. That is to say, unless one really knows what it
    • farmers' rules; they quoted a certain verse or proverb and knew what
    • that it is sometimes warmer, sometimes cooler. At certain times it
    • shows a considerable accumulation of warmth, which, when the tension
    • is it then with the warmth? Spiritual observation shows that
    • whereas the water has no relation to silica, this warmth has
    • The warmth brings out
    • warmth-conditions of the air. When the air is cold, they cannot
    • approach; when the air is warm, they can.
    • warmth-forces of our Earth, whenever the perennial plants arise. The
    • warmth, are visible to us in the rind and bark of trees, and in all
    • planetary forces which work via the forces of warmth and cold and
    • rhythms. It will not provide the same health-giving warmth as
    • are eventually led to the most alarming results in practical life.
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    • With these talks, Steiner created and launched 'biodynamic' farming -
    • A farm is true to its
    • individuality. Every farm should approximate to this condition. This
    • should try to posses it within the farm itself (including in the
    • “farm,” needless to say, the due amount of cattle).
    • farm from outside should be regarded rather as a remedy for a sick
    • farm. That is the ideal. A thoroughly healthy farm should be able to
    • from our own farm? But it is not so. Although these things may not be
    • concept of the necessary self-containedness of any farm.
    • hand, from which our farm springs forth, and on the other hand, that
    • doubt, that the Sun's light and warmth, and all the meteorological
    • coin the phrase. We, in our farm, are going about in the belly of the
    • farm, and the plants themselves grow upward in the belly of the farm.
    • the Earth by way of air and water vapours and even warmth. Consider,
    • plants, along with us, receive their outer warmth and air, and even
    • upward from the earthly soil — beneficial or harmful for the
    • great difference between the warmth that is above the Earth's surface
    • that is to say, the warmth that is in the domain of Sun, Venus,
    • Mercury and Moon — and that warmth which makes itself felt
    • leaf-and-flower warmth, and the other as root warmth. These two
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    • cosmic forces, of which I have spoken, work in the farm through the
    • nitrogen — its influence in all farm-production. This is
    • so, it would be like a man who lived on a farm but wanted to remain
    • life bearing to have a certain bearing on our work as farmers.
    • has farming to do can meditate. He thereby makes himself receptive to
    • revelations, we shall presently conduct our farming in a very
    • in farm and farmyard — we suddenly begin to know them.
    • characterise it again. Think of a simple peasant-farmer, one whom
    • — in all those plants which are well known in farming as the
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    • but positively harmful, and a man will remain most healthy if he only
    • moment. A normal human life lasts longer than ten years, and the harmful
    • when we walk or when we work — nay, when we only move our arms
    • the different spheres of farming life we must gain insight into the
    • relationship to all things that concern our farming work, and above
    • value is attached; refuse of farm and garden, from grass that we have
    • is used as ordinary farm-yard-manure. What is farm-yard-manure?
    • only the water should perhaps be slightly warmed.
    • — the otherwise idle members of a farming household will take
    • for the farmer, and in the last resort it only amounts to this: they
    • It really amounts to little more than that. The farmer may not always
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    • discussion. I will only say this to begin with: The idea that in farming
    • our farms, we are taking forces away from the earth — nay, even
    • is happening to-day on many farms. Then we are ruthlessly exploiting
    • nuisance, though it is never actually harmful).
    • from the plant those harmful effects of fructification, thus keeping
    • Here again, it is a charming Operation. Instead of using these intestinal
    • do no harm. For in a certain sense the nettle plants would liberate
    • here or there in our farming work, with the occurrence of plant
    • prophylactically to combat or to arrest any harmful plant diseases.
    • This, too, is a plant which if it only grows among our farms, has a
    • use warm water in dilution). Add this diluted juice of the Valerian
    • from liquid manure, or ordinary farmyard-manure, or compost.
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    • ideas that relate to harmful plants and animals and to what are commonly
    • me deal with weeds and harmful plants in general. We are not so much
    • Do not be alarmed; say to yourself: Something must now be done. So now
    • upon a time by an instinctive farming wisdom. They could plant together,
    • confirmed. If I had a farm, however, I should not wait to see them
    • can speak, more in general terms, of the harmful plants or vegetable
    • is a very good friend of the farmer — the field-mouse. What do
    • to infect the field-mice with typhus. Certain bacilli, harmful only
    • no good unless the neighbouring farmer also does so, for they only come
    • may begin to find your farming very tasty — like certain dishes
    • knowledge. You cannot warm-up the old superstitions. You must make a
    • must take the entire insect. An insect like this, which settles harmfully
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    • time at our disposal, I wish to say something about farm animals,
    • these branches of farming, too, we can have no fruitful starting-point
    • were thoroughly familiar to the more instinctive insight of the farmer;
    • too—by warmth, by the chemical-ether principle that is for ever
    • no progress in certain domains of our farm-work. Notably we must observe
    • the life, together on the farm, of plant and animal. Here again, we
    • humanity has no idea how greatly farming and forestry
    • warmth than that which grows in air and warmth immediately on the soil,
    • Down here, the astrality in air and warmth is expelled, so
    • that the air and warmth may become mineral for the Bake of man and animal.
    • You see, the farmer can easily become clair-sentient. Only in recent
    • yesterday when speaking of human Karma). That which is poorer in ether,
    • without the other. Hence the farmer should also be careful to let the
    • insects and birds flutter around in the right way. The farmer himself
    • for the surrounding farmlands — for the herbaceous and graminaceous
    • Then we discover that the bird world becomes harmful if it
    • instance. To improve our stock of mammals in a farm or in a farming
    • essence of what is harmful. For just as the coniferous forests are intimately
    • and notably the harmful parasites. The harmful parasites go together
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    • feeding of farm animals. Such a state of affairs cannot be much improved
    • will do no harm, provided he still acts correctly, out of true instincts
    • It comes from that which is absorbed out of the air and warmth above
    • the farm is a living organism. Above, in the air, it evolves its astrality.
    • as these things are so, your farm is in truth a kind of individuality,
    • manure not from your own farm animals, but get rid of the animals and
    • for our farm. Or again, we must take care to plant what the animals
    • to make the farm, as far as possible, so self-contained that it is able
    • actually aware what a farm looks like, what it is like in practice,
    • on, simply because they always find them helpful. Likewise in farming,
    • farm. Then they look up their text-books, or they remember what they
    • what you give. Think how you will stand in your farming work if you
    • much harm. For as he eats the raw food he will summon the forces which
    • farmer friends here present, namely, that what has been given here to
    • the farmers' circle. They will enhance it and develop it by actual
    • experiments and tests. The farmers' society — the “Experimental
    • of interested persons, not actually farmers, to share in this Course.
    • straightway proclaim it all from the housetops. We have often been harmed
    • from mouth to mouth. It has done us much harm. It makes a great difference,
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    • symbolic garment), then the stole which is crossed over the
    • everything was conditioned by karma.
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    • Hunter, breeder of animals, farmer and trader. This
    • farmer, or trader. These are forms of human activities, of
    • Farmer.
    • He is able to live as a farmer, by — well, let us
    • first take the simplest farming existence — by
    • Farmer
    • in a human being armed with bow and arrow. The Zodiac sign
    • therefore a gardener, a farmer. Pisces, the fishes, is a
    • he must often bend his knees. If he is a farmer he must
    • hunter, breeder of animals, farmer, and trader. Everything
    • being. The arms are, as it were, the external
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    • prepared the ground for the karma of our own time.
    • organism. The physical organism — we see how it has head, arms, hands,
    • of the worlds that lives in the Harmony of the Spheres, can receive into it
    • the Harmony of the Spheres, would be misused by human beings in the most
    • Harmony of the Spheres — will have to remain a mystery for a long time
    • harm and loss — by modern materialistic physiology and biology. That is
    • much deeper determining influence on the karma of our age than is generally
    • in those whose karma has allowed them to come to Spiritual Science. And it
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    • harmony with scientific conscientiousness and scientific discipline.
    • the arms or legs and the bony system of the cranial bones, of the
    • all his forces harmoniously and intensively along the path leading to
    • only be reached through love, through religious devotion and warmth,
    • fight or rebel against the body, but should harmonise with it fully,
    • so the spiritual science of Anthroposophy should be in full harmony
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    • which make it so easy to skirt what is really there, are harmful for
  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • disharmonious to an ever greater degree — because the
    • will not be able to harm us. And I should like to describe in the
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    • the aims and objects of our spiritual knowledge and with such warmth
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    • heedlessness of thought which is infectious and very harmful, because
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • manifest the inner harmony of earthly man. The material elements and
    • imbued with harmonious roundness and inner wholeness. This was
    • summons discrimination, order and harmony and rises finally to the
    • more in order that their feelings may be warmed by the way in which
    • the expression of the truth, harmony and fullness of man's nature. In
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • world will appear!’ Vicva karman was the name
    • material were everywhere in harmony with the spiritual order
    • one of the temples at Paestum. The harmony of the lines
  • Title: Lecture: Some Characteristics of To-day
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • out of the harmony — or one could say the disharmony — of
    • working in the human being, in that we perceive the harmony of the slowing
    • dost embrace nothing charming or ingratiating, but requirest
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    • bring about on artificial harmony between morality and
    • intellectuality, whereas among the Greeks such harmony was more a
    • establish this harmony between intellectuality and morality. They
    • receptive to their influences, a certain harmony could be established
    • that a certain harmony between morality and intellectuality was
    • stands on the debit side of our Karma. For a soul of our epoch it is
    • doctrine of Karma can be comprehended, but that the reality of the
    • working of Karma after death is revealed to us by the Old Testament
    • of Christ Jesus. This means that our Karma is linked with Christ,
    • that Christ unites with our Karma.
    • that in the teachings of Buddha, Karma is an abstract matter, having
    • comes into ever closer connection with Karma, it will acquire the
    • death, instead of Moses we meet Christ with whom our Karma is then
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    • other things, it is extremely harmful for our time that many people
    • than this; it shows that it is also harmful to health. Many things
    • — provided, needless to say, that it will do no harm to leave
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • gains a correct idea of what lived later in Parmenides and Anaxagoras
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    • the dimensions; in the second is the plane of the extended arms and
    • sculptor, I form the arms, I do not think of the bones but of the forces
    • that are active when, for example, I bend my arm. I have then lines of
    • the thickness of the arm depends on what is present there as
    • arm, when I strive, as a sculptor, to form the human figure.
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    • certain people are, I might say, predisposed by Karma to be natural
    • initiates, thanks to the place given to them by the general Karma of
    • humanity, where their own Karma flows together with the Karma of
    • course, the Karma of the Maid of Orleans had to be suited to these
    • events. Because her Karma brought about the fact that she was born on
    • with our Karma that I am again able to speak of them to-day. What I
    • death we must therefore say: The boy's Karma had ordered the van to
    • be there; it was his Karma that had brought it to that spot. It is
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    • Reincarnation and Karma came amongst us and into our
    • Reincarnation and Karma were understood, even by those who
    • say that the ideas of reincarnation and karma of themselves
    • reincarnation and karma are unable to permeate our
    • introduce ideas such as those of reincarnation and karma
    • karma become unethical — anti-ethical — ideas.
    • reincarnation and karma. Our civilisation possesses so little
    • karma in the sense that would make them a stimulus to
    • there is any talk of Karma, one actually finds that the
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    • warmth.
    • in Proserpine — Persephone who weaves the garment for
    • over against the advancing army of Constantine. Moreover, he
    • Books, he, with an army many times stronger, went forth from
    • army, and he did so.
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    • When you move your arm or your leg the movement is not
    • interchange between the forces in arms and legs and the
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    • remains of the warmth and profound depth of feeling which in
    • warmth of feeling that pervaded the human soul at the times
    • revivified; in its symbols it radiated a warmth undreamed of
    • in Europe the warmest, most intimate feelings for the Christ
    • this ideal can be felt by warm human hearts: ‘Become
    • ourselves can realise what warmth swept through the European
    • He also admired the charming customs and the language of the
    • warm, magical breath of the Christmas mood presented in these
    • of what we have to say is expressed. The essential charm of
    • work swung back in harmony with the rhythmic movements made
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    • harmony and mutual resonance of breathing activity and nervous
    • when we perceive the human organism as the harmony of all consonants,
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  • Title: Lecture: On the Dimensions of Space
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    • by the arm and hand. The will goes with it everywhere, wherever the
    • formed, as a being of united and harmonious Feeling.
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  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • have everything that one sees, hears, perceives as warmth, as the
    • army of atoms, which are marshalled by the militaristic thought of
    • harmony with what exists outside us. But the way does not lie
    • susceptibility to warmth — holes everywhere — we insert
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    • extensive teaching of reincarnation and karma in Isis
    • necessary that there should be any disharmony in the theosophical
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    • sensation of passing through warmer and colder conditions; so
    • anything but inner warmth of bliss. If we feel ourselves glowing with
    • this inner warmth of bliss, it is an expression of what can be
    • sacrifice feels himself warmed through and through, glowing with
    • warmth through the special bliss. He who can feel all this about the
    • warmth will gradually arrive at the reality of what is concealed
    • behind the illusion of warmth, behind the phenomenon of
    • Suppose we were to see a rose and were charmed by it, experiencing
    • grey cloud, a swarm of midges. Thus in reality, what he took for a
    • Beings of Bestowing Virtue, the Beings of warmth-giving bliss, of the
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    • accepting everything just as Karma sends it to us, the more we are
    • able to accept Karma and its workings in this way, keeping quietly
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    • redemption — a singular Karmic link has caused us to speak
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    • such vehemence. It has burst forth as though it were a karmic
    • science. Such will be the karma of world history.
    • The point is, it may actually cause no harm at all to have
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    • does not harm anyone's esoteric development. Ways and means
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    • long distances and also used by farmers, have been
    • age it was possible for individuals who desired to harm their
    • harmful than belief in absolute ideals, for they are at odds
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    • complete harmony with physical development — I have
    • spoken of this before. That harmony was, of course, greatest
    • right, it was great and truly in harmony in ancient Greek
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    • without being harmed, they were considered to be innocent.
    • important. It will be important that the question of karma,
    • education and teaching methods. The people with whom my karma
    • karma; but we must have a real inner connection with this.
    • prophecies will be wearing the garment of dreams. The
    • in elements remembered from the past, as in a garment. In
    • must have understanding for the karmic connections, as I have
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    • comparison between a swarm of locusts and a double bass. You
    • on either side of the tracks, so that the farmers would not
    • harmony which exists in the world and the love of humanity
    • the room warm; so please make it warm.’ All the male
    • in general terms about world harmony, about the individual
    • soul being in harmony with the world, about harmony in the
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    • and we take the egg away and hatch it out in a warm place,
    • be nice and warm, yet failing to put in wood and light the
    • harmful ahrimanic element.
    • does no harm, however, for clear perception, even if painful,
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    • together on the basis of truly ancient human and world karma.
    • general human karma. If one turns one's attention to the
    • had certain impulses to follow the ancient human karma on
    • where it is less harmful. As I have mentioned,
    • harmful because it is especially senseless. The causes are
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  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • vertikal retning. Forat mennesket harmonisk kan utvikle seg til
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    • spreads warmth throughout his body.
    • force of thinking acquired on earth no longer works in the warmth and
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • time armed with the botanical concepts of the nineteenth century, can
    • this piece of tissue is a piece of bone from a human arm, the
    • the prior existence of a human arm.
    • are in harmony. There we feel ourselves as living and weaving within
    • organisms must take into themselves in order to develop warmth. The
    • higher organisms can only thrive through the warmth developed by
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    • it that which must compensate and balance the harmful forces
    • — not as concerns his own individual, personal Karma,
    • social life; not to our personal Karma. If I manufacture a
    • that rays back, so to speak, into my personal Karma. That is
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    • clothe himself with a sensely garment. This is the type of
    • human being which corresponds to the head, was in harmony
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • knowledge fills it, as it were, with light and with warmth
    • warmth, through the awakening of feeling and of a subjective
    • way connected through our destiny, through our Karma. The people
    • there is no time now to explain more fully its full harmony with
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • back to all sorts of old world conceptions. He warms them up,
    • those who — as already explained — warm up, in every
    • defamed when people accuse it of only intending to warm up the
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • the doctor to amputate his hand and his arm as quickly as
    • course, amputate his arm.
    • the same thing and also refused to amputate his arm. Schleich was
    • move an arm or a leg. Waking up really consists of these two
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    • place in the spiritual sphere and the harmonization of the Maya
    • harmonious agreement.
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • difference not evident? The older Theosophy warmed up the pagan
    • everywhere warmed-up pagan cosmologies, which are no longer
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    • intellectual thoughts they must lose their inner soul warmth.
    • the true sense of the word only if they could bring inner warmth
    • take into this sphere of ideas all the living warmth that may
    • whole warmth and light of his soul. Inwardly he should again be
    • the human soul with warmth, he passed over to the pale thought of
    • example Parmenides, speaks of the abstract idea of the
    • spiritual clairvoyance can bring soul warmth and soul light into
    • abandoning the earthly warmth of the life of the senses, we can
    • feel in the cold regions of intellectualism the warm sun forces
    • warmth. He cannot reach them, and this is the true cause of his
    • a goal where we do not lose earthly warmth, earthly light, where
    • anthroposophical way with soul warmth and soul light, then we
    • more harm than success in setting forth our truths in the form of
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    • the Christ Jesus who harmonizes human beings no matter what their
    • human strife, beyond all human disharmony.
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    • behind the encircling veil of colour, sound, warmth, cold and other
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    • warmth of the breath, the fluidity of the blood. And his knowledge of
    • enter this Sign and that its rays would charm forth all that the
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    • Reincarnation and Karma
    • them harmless by declaring them to be visionaries and
    • knowledge can only be satisfied when it realises that harmony
    • present and to await a more hopeful time to harmonise Spiritual
    • show how the laws of Reincarnation and Karma are a scientific
    • to look for scientific confirmation of the tenets of Karma and
    • purport of the law of Karma which says: my present capabilities
    • present-day thinkers, because they are not familiar with Karma,
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    • But now, try for a moment to think of heat, of warmth, quite
    • would meet with such warmth, or heat, streaming there and
    • warmth. But something else must also take place — for
    • him with their warmth-bodies — but other beings as well
    • warmth-body, it belongs to the third Elementary
    • Nevertheless, they must work together in harmony. The one
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    • until we fall exhausted from her arms. Not we, but she has
    • majestic and worthy whole; when that harmonious ease endows
    • abstract knowledge, but a warm perception of the heart, he
    • And weave the life-garment of deity.”
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    • Do cherish true and warm our Saviour great in praise:
    • Into his arms by means of magic craft.
    • of the Gods, to the throng of the Light-Bearer, the army of
    • ourselves in the realm of Anthroposophy, and that karma has
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    • swarm; the chief Monad is the human soul. When the human soul
    • master-minds form a wonderful, harmonious triad, which marks
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    • life. Those among us who love a harmonious life, who cannot
    • astrophysical theory, is but the garment. The case is
    • any harmony at all can be established between the soul and
    • spiritual regions without losing our warmth of heart; it
    • and of the Harmony of Feelings. And we have grasped the true
    • cold, it warms them, so that that warmth may communicate
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    • The Karma of Human Vocation as related to Goethe's Life.
    • Das Karma des Befurs des Menschen in Anknuepfung an Goethes Leben.
    • The Karma of Human Vocation.
    • ‘Karma of Vocations,’ see Anthroposophical Movement,
    • introduced into our life through the law of Destiny or Karma
    • point in human life, mingling other Karmic threads with that
    • one which we may call the ‘Karma of vocation.’ We are
    • outlining for the ‘Karma of vocation’ are by no means
    • position in life. As you are well aware, the Karma of vocation
    • is still cut across in many ways by the Karma of classes,
    • official post. All these things, entering into the Karma of
    • discover in human nature what it is that really works in Karmic
    • plays in the whole karmic connection) — things which are
    • up the real Karmic threads as I have tried to indicate them
    • reveals very little of the Karmic stream which works on and on
    • of our Karma they do not work in a simple and straightforward
    • the above-named ‘complex of Karmic forces’ plays. Physical
    • and Karma plays on them. According as the one or the other
    • Karma (if we may retain this analogy of the violin which also
    • fiddle-bow of Karma plays on the four strings of Man.
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  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • Das Karma des Befurs des Menschen in Anknuepfung an Goethes Leben.
    • The Karma of Human Vocation.
    • ‘Karma of Vocations,’ see Anthroposophical Movement,
    • son also to be a schoolmaster. Karma, however, had a different
    • the poet of the steam plough. The warm and loving heart with
    • killed. There we have a tremendous Karmic question — not
    • Karma, as it were, with the greatest acceleration — with
    • hypothesis, for when such a thing occurs, Karma works itself
    • which would have brought death into his Karma — death
    • into his Karma inevitably, whatever happens. The man who does
    • over there. In short, social Karma too is brought home to us if
    • concretely studying Karma, especially then is it necessary to
    • be able to see things symptomatically. In the study of Karma
    • threads of their Karmas in hand and guiding them —
    • that enters from the Karma of the age into the unconscious life
    • these things to do with the question of Karma which we are now
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    • The Karma of Human Vocation as related to Goethe's Life.
    • Das Karma des Befurs des Menschen in Anknuepfung an Goethes Leben.
    • The Karma of Human Vocation,
    • ‘Karma of Vocations,’ see Anthroposophical Movement,
    • the last three or four) ‘The Karma of Vocation.’ But it is
    • Karma impels him to some particular calling. While we are
    • unable to rise to an understanding of reincarnation and Karma.
    • Unable to take hold either of individual Karma or of
    • World-Karma, they cannot penetrate what they so well
    • to reckon with repeated earthly lives and Karma. Such a
    • unavoidable World-Karma. The point is not to criticize or to
    • harmless. University Professors go from country to country
    • occultism they considered harmless for the so-called Western
    • would speak in a fruitful way about the ‘Karma of
    • the Karma of Vocation.
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    • Das Karma des Befurs des Menschen in Anknuepfung an Goethes Leben.
    • The Karma of Human Vocation.
    • ‘Karma of Vocations,’ see Anthroposophical Movement,
    • harmony among men on Earth. Hence in a certain sense they
    • harm is done by talking round these matters in the most
    • Golgotha. And now that we are speaking about karma we shall
    • also show how He has His relation to karma. Where the
    • the warmth, man drives Jehovah away when he creates a space
    • more into the karma of their vocations, such as I
    • described it, and how from the other side this karma must
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    • or charming, as many express it — will not seem to
    • can be broken through when such a karmic situation exists as
    • souls to their very depths, warming, illuminating, permeating
    • with the harmonies of the universe, because they flow
    • from the harmonies of the universe.
    • them, by reason of their karma, but do not pay attention to
    • what is bestowed upon them by reason of their karma. But if, in
    • and to think in harmony with this time, then shall we
  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • understand Christianity as the religion of earthly harmony they
    • different limbs: the head, arms, hands, and so on. When he
    • peace. Thus was the religion of peace, of harmony, of universal
    • Until again by sunlight warm enveloped,
    • live here in peace and harmony together. For they are led by a
    • of the twelve religions is ripe to form a basis of harmony, the
    • Thirteenth, who has before brought about this harmony
    • developed to that height of religious harmony which brings the
    • peace and harmony of the soul. Profoundly symbolical in this
    • harmonising the religions scattered in the world. This is how
    • Had he been here, with hearty welcome's warmth
    • The clinging reptile round her arm was rolled.
    • And armed the soldiers ready for the fight.
    • For what in poetry and fiction charms,
    • An arm from which the blood it loses springs,
    • threefold harmony sounding thrice, and the whole as if
    • colour; he enters into a world of sound, into the harmony of
    • higher, approaches the world of the harmony of the spheres, the
    • by the triple harmony. And in reaching the higher world man's
    • music of the spheres he first senses the triple harmony of the
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  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • rediscover the quintessence of the folk and achieve a harmonious
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    • area, is born that charm or fascination which a people radiates,
    • agreement fully effective a harmonious relationship was established
    • harmonious relationship between these spiritual Beings is reflected
    • harmony. This is the source of the historical role of the Indian
    • harmonious relationship of Beings of which I have just spoken. It
    • Archangel, but from the harmonious interaction of these Beings,
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    • and warmth. At the same time he is aware that behind these colours,
    • sounds, warmth and cold there exists a fundamental reality, namely,
    • the individual human egos. Just as to us colours, sounds, warmth and
    • which we know through sensory apprehension as colour, sound, warmth,
    • feels an object to be warm or cold when he takes hold of it. The
    • and psychically empty. He feels them as warm or cold respectively,
    • just as the human soul responds to impressions of warmth and cold.
    • than they normally display. The harmony which had prevailed hitherto
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 5. Manifestation of the Hierarchies in the Elements of Nature.
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    • teaching of karma and reincarnation, when rightly understood. This
    • consciousness, our horizon, is enlarged through these ideas of karma
    • dissension and disharmony unless it is accepted in the spirit I have
    • through the teachings of karma and reincarnation how every nation,
    • larger national groups have their part to play in the great harmony
    • boundaries of air and heat or warmth — for the atmosphere is
    • perfect harmony between these three elements, each of which had been
    • restore a proper harmony between them. Man is involved in this
    • mission of the Earth in order that he may establish this harmony
    • achieved inner harmony; he is frequently a victim of conflict and
    • what this harmony signifies.
    • balance or harmony of these three activities as the equilateral
    • whereby this state of harmony can be prepared from within. Man
    • is that through this cooperation, through this balance or harmony of
    • work-a-day world when an absolute harmony exists between the three
    • balance or harmony which is reflected in the cooperation of the three
    • the mission of balance or harmony ordained for our Earth planet
    • is to harmonize the three former conditions) as the Spirits of Love.
    • implanting of Love which results from balance or harmony. This is the
    • the harmonizing influence of the other spiritual Beings.
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    • In creating the harmony or equilibrium of our Earth the whole
    • their task of establishing Harmony or Love as the ultimate mission of
    • harmony and to fulfil the mission of Earth-evolution. Lest the
    • disharmony amongst mankind, one of the Spirits had to detach Himself
    • are really Spirits of Movement should disturb the balance or harmony.
    • able to establish the balance or harmony necessary for further
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    • Manifestations of Karma.
    • are karmically connected with the Luciferic influence. To
    • Luciferic influence. But this too is connected with Karma. But for
    • death. The karmic effect of this influence is that man is more deeply
    • the arms of Ahriman. In so far as man submits to the blind Hodur, the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • the other. This continent was encircled by a warm stream which,
    • as a warm current and gradually cooled, etc. followed a strictly
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    • first he does not understand. But if he has heard of Karma, of how
    • that what he has seen is the karmic counterpart of his present deeds
    • personality of Sabbatai. In the seventeenth century no great harm was
    • out of Rosicrucian sources can be tested in every way. Armed with the
    • will have caused no great harm if all who are assembled here from the
    • them to work in harmonious cooperation. The better we understand
    • harmony, even when we discuss amongst ourselves the particular
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    • unification, a harmony, between art and science. For only thus can
    • for making armaments. But men no longer feel that this kind of mental
    • Iphigenia herself we meet gentleness and harmony, which do not hate
    • hidden guest, as a comrade in arms, has shown itself to be true by
    • spiritual warmth. This spiritual warmth is never without effect and
    • warmth, and, even when to begin with everything seems to go very
    • beautiful to see what spiritual warmth there is in that small group,
    • Spiritual Science, permeated with loving spiritual warmth, have felt
    • beautiful harmony between their spiritual thinking and their purely
    • spiritual warmth, and that such an atmosphere should breathe through
    • we should experience spiritual warmth as art and art as spiritual
    • warmth. For this reason every one who is present at these dramatic
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    • times Spirit and Nature were in full harmony with one another.
    • of the harmonising of two streams of culture which I may call the
    • the complete harmony which exists between the mysterious forces at
    • himself, feels a mixture, a harmonious or inharmonious working
    • strengths, then you have the measure of harmony which exists between
    • to perceive with his spiritual hearing the harmonies and the melodies
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    • much warmth for the spiritual world as a man feels in his lower
    • instincts. But those who are capable of developing so much warm
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    • would be shattered, so dreadful, so alarming, would seem the world
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    • Masters of Wisdom and of the Harmony of Feelings’ people would
    • ‘which charm I weave for thee in light
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    • to bring these two currents into harmony great strength of soul is
    • ourselves which is inharmonious? That is connected with the whole of
    • he finds so much that is inharmonious. Let us assume for a moment
    • physical brain-organ respond in harmony with these etheric currents
    • living in the complete harmony, the perfect unity, which existed
    • with warmth, then with light, chemical and life ether. We can also
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 9
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    • thereby bring about a higher harmony. A bull would not remain a bull
    • of the bird world, as harmonised in man with the lion forces and the
    • then this harmony results in the present-day human form. If you
    • into him by harmonising them — but precisely to make manifest
    • physical form because man has harmonised the eagle, bull and lion
    • elements — in the warmth, light, chemical and life elements
    • the warmth element to air (warmth being the essential feature of the
    • form, from the warmth ether upwards to the light ether, the chemical
    • ‘The warmth, light and chemical impulses in the sun are
    • ancient garments, priestly robes in particular, if we want to know
    • garments, and is still represented in the vestments connected with
    • and from which they have derived the shape of their garments. In
    • masters the colour of the garments still bears witness to a vestigial
    • undergarment and cloak of specific colours. The painter could not
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    • hidden from him, so that he may achieve true harmony with the world.
    • into a kind of harmony between his own soul and these
    • light and warmth, but it is not legitimate to attempt to explain
    • light and warmth themselves by means of atoms or atomic vibrations;
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    • study this soul for its own sake because its development is so harmonious.
    • of Raphael with an element of harmony with their nature. After that,
    • the world, forget above all that this Child in the arms of the Madonna
    • struggles and conflicts of humanity itself charmed onto the walls of
    • give any conception of what Raphael's magic once charmed on those walls.
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    • earth, we share in the effects of its warmth and light. But when a
    • raying into this bluish-yellow sulphur atmosphere come the meteor swarms
    • according to human ideas, but one paints, in harmony with divine
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    • forms. Hence we have before us this formation of warmth, water, air:
    • a tendency to contain warmth in some degree: the air is permeated with
    • warmth (violet). Thus we must add this fourth element, warmth, which
    • this warmth, which comes into the air
    • with the hydrosphere. Thus we have air-warmth — the
    • always, but especially in midwinter, that the Sun radiates warmth and
    • which can be expressed only through the garment which follows the
    • Earth-forces in its folds. So we should have the garment down
    • condensed into the Sun resting on Mary's arm: the Jesus-child. And
    • garment has to be inwardly rounded, taking on the quicksilver
    • Sun-activity resting on Mary's arm, with the radiance of the stars
    • Jesus-child in Mary's arm must appear as though emerging from the
    • then the garment, subject to earthly gravity, expressing what the
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    • up into the region of vapour, air and warmth. And all that goes on up
    • fold in the garment should be thought of as placing the Christ-figure
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture IV: The St. John Imagination
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    • warmly out of the pervading radiant Intelligence
    • the Earth, without also seeing there something like wing-like arms,
    • or arm-like wings, raised in earnest admonition, and this gesture by
    • so beautifully within itself the harmony of the earthly silver
    • Thus we should find, through these musical harmonies, our own inner
    • harmony with the cosmos, for in them the secret of man's living
    • Das warmende Leben
    • Das warmende Leben
    • our weaving, the kindling radiance, the warming life.
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    • Harmonisch all das All durchklingen
    • to fill the All with harmonies caressing.
    • the garment woven out of Sun-gold and shot through with the
    • loving look and his gesture of benediction, weaving his garment of
    • Harmonisch all das All durchlingen!
    • to fill the All with harmonies caressing.
    • form into musical sound, universally resounding harmony.
    • Archangels — permeate the universe in harmony, working and
    • works with the other in cosmic harmony.
    • Harmonisch all das All durchklingen!
    • to fill the All with harmonies caressing.
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    • the impression that enthusiasm and warmth of feeling for the
    • “Reincarnation and Karma,” a direct line leads from
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    • warming the Cosmos, as if this primal force of Love had come
    • so to speak, as my karma that the duty is imposed upon me to
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    • subject to no earthly karma. Please pay attention to this. For
    • earthly karma in His soul. Because of this, all the experiences
    • basis in karma. It was not so in the case of the Christ Spirit.
    • without becoming involved in karma. What, then, did this entail
    • for Him? Suffering without any karmic reason, utterly
    • concept of karma is not applicable.
    • karma, incurred no guilt. A life of three years which neither
    • engendered nor was conditioned by karma was spent on earth. If
    • were those of Christ Jesus. Oh, the karma that would have piled
    • without creating karma. This is the message of the Fifth
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    • the Essenes, wore garments of camel's hair. But he had never
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    • went back to the preceding years and to the infinite warmth of
    • pristine, spontaneous, welling up from a warm and loving heart
    • but she received it with a warm and tender heart. She had a
    • threw on his garments and came patiently out. The man said
    • harm will come to thee! Ahriman said: I will keep thee from
    • their own hearts and souls had warmed when He had lived under
    • publicans and sinners whose karma had brought them into an
    • the critics who at once rose up in arms when something of the
    • Being made use of the garments, so to speak, of the ancient
    • garment only, and that the spiritual reality present in these
    • kind of literature brings evidence concerning the garment
    • me. Your hearts may perhaps be warmed by the thought that even
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    • we are most remote from wisdom. Karma may have brought it about that
    • harmony with itself. Much else could be described, in order gradually
    • arms stretch out from the head, but the physical brain remains within
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    • epochs, and nowadays can even be harmful to man if, under
    • harmful state. What I shall be describing, the historian
    • as something actually harmful to mankind. But in successive
    • harmonization of the nerve and sense processes and of
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    • controlled by the will, the lifting of an arm or movement of a
    • concept of this arm-lifting or hand-movement. How this
    • however, find fantastic and harmful the exercises which follow
    • us light and warmth; noble and great is our experience when we
    • by which the sun sends us light and warmth and conjures forth
    • social life too. Armed with this new attitude, he can see how
    • harmony with what the souls in our serious age, if in
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    • experience. In forming the muscle, the bent arm, the hand, he
    • life could unfold in complete harmony.
    • described to you as a harmonious unity of religion, art
    • produce a harmony of religion, art and science. In the Orient,
    • between East and West, is the harmonization, the inner unity of
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    • nature are in complete harmony.
    • This harmony is possible; though no longer consonant with our
    • it provides an external garment for the revelation of
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    • throw themselves into the arms of mysticism, especially the
    • to perceive the harmony between the individual processes in
    • us, is warmed in some places and cooled in others.
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    • will agree how fortunate it was for his inner harmony of soul
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    • effect that tragedy should produce. Armed for the
    • healed through art. Armed with this knowledge, we can still
    • it often does more harm than good. And one ought to examine in
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    • element in human nature. But if you want to warm people, if you
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • in any warming-up of the results of an earlier clairvoyance. It is true
    • that many people aspire to such a warming-up of an earlier clairvoyance,
    • him, it was more something which came to him from outside like a warm
    • that although their duty is to develop love and esteem, harmony and
    • disharmony, quarrelsomeness, mutual calumniation, etc, growing more
    • harmony as is attempted in the forms of our building, where the separate
    • forms pass over into each other, and all are in harmony one with another;
    • is something harmonious and noble, might be a copy of that which finds
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    • knowledge cannot consist in any warming-up of the results of an
    • warming-up of an earlier clairvoyance, but the time for this
    • it was more something which came to him from outside like a warm
    • esteem, harmony and compassion, at the profoundest depths of their
    • souls one finds disharmony, quarrelsomeness, mutual calumniation,
    • harmony as is attempted in the forms of our building, where the
    • separate forms pass over into each other, and all are in harmony
    • building; so that this labor which is already something harmonious
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    • so Comte tried to present a like harmony in his great work on
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    • for example, the aspect of reincarnation and karma —
    • Linked with this is the law of karma. What I have experienced
    • that it will again find the harmony between itself and the
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    • himself placed harmoniously on the earth? If, creating the
    • harmony, suffuse and permeate the creations of the Greek tragic
    • filled with a warm sense of gratitude towards all those who
    • movement in the lap of Karma — what we have been able to
    • transformation of their plans destined by Karma. Whether the
    • suffer from the Karma of thoughtlessness, that
    • without the armour of scientific argument, and simply as the
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    • Here also we see a harmony between Hegel and Goethe, as
    • Giant holds his arm so that its shadow falls across the River,
    • in the Giant pointing to and harmonizing Time, and we see how
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    • lead only to an absolute disharmony in their knowledge. One man wants
    • soul-types, how it harms and benefits. In truth, if someone
    • one direction or another, it becomes harmful. This abstraction leads
    • that the soul-powers must be in harmony, since we are told: the
    • hours: when man has brought his life into harmony, then the
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    • more beautiful, harmonious way, or indeed to become fruitful in a
    • empty ideas, but ideas which enlighten the heart and warm the soul.
    • possibility of enlightening the soul or bringing warmth to the
    • was regarded as the outer garment of this Faust-figure in the
    •  Filling the All with harmony unceasing.’
    • All with harmony unceasing.
    •  The garment of Life that the Deity wears!’
    • choice, order, harmony, and meaning, and at last rises to the
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    • harmonizing. Unconsciously he who can follow the course of the
    • life, is able to experience harmony with what is ‘long ere
    • real forces for the spiritual spectator. Out of the old armouries
    • where the garments of human personal egoism fall away like
  • Title: World History: Lecture I: Evolution of the Soul and of Memory
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    • surrounding the Earth as air permeated by the Sun's warmth and
    • their legs and feet, or of their arms and hands. They
    • what I experience as the forces of my arms and hands, of my
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    • experiences having their karmic continuation in the next life
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    • harmony. This is what it really means when we say that our
    • human being did not vibrate in harmony in this way, man's
    • warmth, and accompanying the words that we impress upon the air
    • are upward-streaming waves of warmth, which permeate the head
    • warmth and water. This process, which alone presents a complete
    • into the warmth-element, so the albumen went upwards into a
    • air-element, the fire- or warmth-element, and then of the
    • away there beyond the realm of earthly warmth — the
    • Cold; in the direction of the South the Warm, the Fire element.
    • and Warm lies the element where the Air holds dominion.
    • the firm. In the intermediate zone between Warm and Dry, that
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    • arms, and this is not uninteresting. Hold your arms close to
    • Such indeed is the difference between arms and legs. The legs
    • while the arms are so only in a certain posture, that is to
    • being. Otherwise all pharmacology remains merely a matter of
    • will in consequence become diseased, for a certain harmony and
    • a pharmacology when we go beyond the physical body, for the
    • surrounded by a certain condition of warmth, but that external
    • condition of warmth must never be allowed to penetrate the
    • is all around you as external warmth. This warmth can but act
    • as a stimulus, you yourself must create and produce the warmth
    • an object and do not yourself create your own warmth or cold,
    • but let the warmth from outside extend its influence into you
    • moment you become ill. The external warmth, — not even a
    • substance, but the warmth itself makes you ill. Suppose you
    • warmth of the fire, which can spread out all around quite
    • sponge only carries a little further the radiating warmth of
    • the fire. When, however, the warmth of the fire reaches the
    • the reaction must come, the inner warmth must be created from
    • create his own inner warmth, but has let the external cold
    • gaseous mineral, and the mineral that is in the state of warmth
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    • Earth purely and solely on account of the element of warmth
    • came to the perception that the warmth, the physical warmth he
    • learned increasingly to feel how closely related warmth of soul
    • and warmth of spirit are to physical warmth.
    • the element of warmth.
    • this secret of the connection of the element of warmth with his
    • in warmth, you have opened to me the possibility to connect my
    • bring my soul nature, but only into the element of warmth.
    • that was itself built in harmony with the whole Goetheanum, it
    • shall shed new light and warmth on all that was purposed and
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    • Warm Thou
    • so, my dear friends, carry out into the world your warm hearts
    • Anthroposophical Society, carry out into the world these warm
    • Warm Thou
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    • greater harmony into our relation with the demands of the moral
    • The lines in which the human soul expresses itself harmonize in
    • sum up: The building was to be an outer garment for
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    • of phantastic, mystical dreamers, and considered it harmful
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    • himself, who, as he cannot bring his deeds into harmony with
    • compensation to be karmically made at a future time. What man
    • receive it into our selves. Just as it is true that warmth
    • Moon, and the meaning of Karma and so on. It really comes
    • in the world would, of necessity, do untold harm.
    • Immediately to throw oneself, as it were, into the arms of
    • Shakespeare shows how love, or warmth of heart, causes harm,
    • Plato calls “justice,” and that is the harmonious
    • this, which harmonises the others, did not exist at that
    • time. The harmony of the virtues stands before the mental
    • entered into concerning truth and its connections with karma,
    • for through Anthroposophy the idea of karma will have entered
    • virtues correspond with karma. Through the idea of karma man
    • idea of karma, is something which might also be a subject for
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    • cultural epoch, the karma of human vocation.
    • question of destiny, if we study the questions of karma, we
    • charming and stirring fairy tales and other narratives of his
    • stored up in human karma. His stern father guides the boy in a
    • all this results from a peculiarly favorable karma in which,
    • profound questions and problems regarding karma in general.
    • notable disharmony in the soul of this man who had to study legal
    • profound disharmony ensued between what they sensed within the
    • actual world and what a true and warm human soul could feel, to
    • spirits. To be able to weep over the disharmonies of the world
    • truth in this feeling of the disharmony between the frequently
    • disharmonies of the world. It is for this reason that he has
    • inner harmony of nature could not be confirmed because of such
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    • been said, is to lead the way to an understanding of the karma
    • of the individual and, in a broader sense, the collective karma
    • we see his foreordained karma clearly at work from his earliest
    • see that a clearly prescribed karma leads the boy of six or
    • observe a remarkable harmony between his nature and
    • their karma for whatever is demanded of them. With reference to
    • born, we note at once a certain harmony between the
    • of them. They truly harmonize with their age. In the case of
    • special complication of karmic impulses, of destiny, that
    • his karma. What really happened to Goethe when he became ill in
    • as soon as we obtain an insight into the harmony between the
    • effect of karma.
    • indirect contact with life, and thereby he prepares his karma
    • karma with Friederike of Sesenheim, and he met himself as a
    • Thus we see a decided continuation of the karmic impulses that
    • your attention is called directly to his karma, about which we
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    • Through the complications of his particular karma, Goethe was
    • Goethe had acquired because of his special karma, those with
    • had this special karma. He sensed and felt how the people with
    • personality only in a way that is the result of special karmic
    • protecting and warming feet. They go their own way in
    • karma with his vocation until we first know how his labor,
    • develop the real question of karma as it relates to vocation.
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    • concepts regarding the karma of vocation. Of even greater
    • warmth gained from the enthusiasm and joy derived from their
    • these matters for the individual, and for karma.
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    • is brought into a life through the laws of destiny, of karma,
    • karmic threads may, after a fashion, also weave into their
    • vocational karmas.
    • vocational karma are by no means the sole determinants in
    • today vocational karma is crossed in many ways by the karma of
    • them work into vocational karma from without and render it
    • course of karmic evolution. Indeed, we may say that in this
    • the entire karmic connection, much works upward that must
    • to follow the true karmic threads, as I have indicated at least
    • karmic stream through various incarnations. What we experience
    • stream of our karma in a linear fashion. In fact, they often
    • will work in a wholesome way in expelling the harmful
    • — on which this bow of karmic forces plays its tune. The
    • karma, if you allow this comparison with a violin. The tones of
    • when one is able to see how the bow of karma plays upon the
    • developing child is derived from karma and is the effect of the
    • also on the physical plane. In accordance with other karmic
    • transforms what had resulted from the purely vocational karma
    • the vocational karma of his previous incarnation. In other
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    • karma willed otherwise. Relatively early in his life he chose a
    • has sung with warm, loving heart of these amazing mechanical
    • is killed. This is an impressive karmic question — not
    • life. Now we have described a case that shows us how karma is
    • makes karma inevitable, but let us suppose hypothetically that
    • enter his karma either here in this life or in the life between
    • kinds of strange things there. In short, even social karma may
    • karma — with which so much is associated that is confusing
    • in hand the threads of their karma, guiding and directing them
    • and share in all that flows from the karma of the age into the
    • things to do with the question of karma we are now discussing?”
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    • Because of his karma he or she is impelled to a certain
    • karma, either of the individual or of the world; they cannot,
    • Herzen, however, had no opportunity to take karma and repeated
    • karma. What is needed is not merely to condemn these things,
    • practice of occultism was considered harmless to the so-called
    • world. If we wish to speak in a fruitful way about the karma of
    • life, the immediate karma of vocation.
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    • dealing with what we call karma, the passage of the human being
    • a little more clearly into the karma of this person let me
    • karmas take? One of them became a poet whose achievements were
    • need to constantly defend and arm themselves. The work of man
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    • establish harmony among men on earth; thus they are also, in a
    • He is a real power. Now, while we are speaking about karma, we
    • vocational karma on the one side, as I have explained, and from
    • the other this vocational karma must be counteracted by an
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    • how to do through its atavism. That is the destiny, the karma,
  • Title: Mysteries of the Sun: Lecture II
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    • arms and legs do in the course of your life — and this
    • revealed what is stored up in you karmically for your next
    • deal of the karma of your next incarnation. This is of
    • happened, so what one can jot down of the movements of arms,
    • These are the senses of warmth, life, balance, movement and
    • thinking, the ego-sense, and the senses of warmth, balance,
    • little warmth even in the treatment of anthroposophical
    • connection has been suppressed in real alarm. And only
    • because not everything can be suppressed, because Karma is
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    • say: that head you are carrying is the metamorphosis of arms,
    • now have as arms, hands, legs and feet will be changed into
    • feet behind, my arms and hands too; I do not take them into
    • that you actually leave behind your legs, feet, hands, arms.
    • with the ordinary consciousness you refer to as your arms,
    • hands, legs and feet, are not your arms, hands, legs and feet
    • arms, hands, feet and legs. This again is a difficult idea
    • but it is true. Suppose that here you have arms, hands, feet
    • forces. Now please to think that your arms, hands, legs and
    • Your arms and hands, legs and feet are not visible, they are
    • thoughts, and their thoughts are my arms and hands, my legs
    • the Kyriotetes. And where you see arms, hands, feet, legs,
    • the spirits of wisdom. That gives us arms and hands, legs and
    • my arms and hands, my feet and legs are given over to the
    • my arms and legs, hands and feet begins there and comes to
    • arms and legs, hands and feet become the head of my next
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    • thinks of the army of figures, of the infallible tables of
    • theories, — why, they are simply swarming with data!
    • cri-cris, but deliberately harmful — like
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • his arms and hands, his legs and feet, is not only different in
    • arms and hands, feet and legs, and see how these are continued
    • connected with the arms. Thus we have before us the physical
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    • theory. No harmonious, satisfactory conception of the
    • muscles of an arm can be strengthened by exercise, thinking as
    • for example, the movement of the arm or hand, which is carried
    • raise and move the arm or hand. How this thought then dives
    • which he can connect a thought, is he aware of the arm or
    • as well, then faith is not harmed, but strongly supported; and
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    • good Karma, of our Movement that we were able to make
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    • does the harmfulness of the present materialistic impulse
    • for they may do great harm to what actually has to come
    • which in any sense is warmed-up ancient knowledge. We can be
    • abroad in a way that is not true, which often does more harm
    • about harm by making truth prevail in a way that is untrue.
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    • what this means, to cause harm through the proclaiming and
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    • she has brought harmony to man in such a way that his various
    • single members are combined in a harmonious whole. By setting
    • the first place it has to kill. In the case of many charming
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    • architectural proportions and harmonies. It can be said that
    • harmonies of proportion and form, willing and feeling are
    • charms on to canvas is identical, but it is perceived from
    • mystery and charm, opening up vistas into great depths of
    • warmth. Those are the two boundary conditions between which
    • shine out in art, in order that the warmth and splendour of
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    • himself, who, as he cannot bring his deeds into harmony with
    • compensation to be karmically made at a future time. What man
    • receive it into our selves. Just as it is true that warmth
    • Moon, and the meaning of Karma and so on. It really comes
    • in the world would, of necessity, do untold harm.
    • Immediately to throw oneself, as it were, into the arms of
    • Shakespeare shows how love, or warmth of heart, causes harm,
    • Plato calls “justice,” and that is the harmonious
    • this, which harmonises the others, did not exist at that
    • time. The harmony of the virtues stands before the mental
    • entered into concerning truth and its connections with karma,
    • for through Anthroposophy the idea of karma will have entered
    • virtues correspond with karma. Through the idea of karma man
    • idea of karma, is something which might also be a subject for
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    • stroke, so that the arms and hands are involved as well as the
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    • sustenance could only do harm. At first sight, this statement
    • harmony and joy. Whenever people have felt inwardly happy and
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    • instinctively closing itself against what might harm it. It
    • correctly if the three soul forces are to act in harmony. If
    • his feelings into harmony with the thoughts behind them.
    • willing are in harmony. This is right at certain stages of
    • person is concerned, this harmony is established
    • them into harmony from a higher consciousness. Here too a
    • effect on a person. Through the great law of destiny, karma,
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    • external light to reach and harm the eyes of the unborn
    • harmful to exert any influence on the reasoning faculty
    • harmony and consonance; we often find words inserted purely
    • cared for. Impure thoughts and passions harm them just as
    • unsuitable substances harm the mother's body.
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    • to their harmful effects. The more of such substances we have
    • the harmless substances contained in the body have become so
    • continuously exposed to substances that could become harmful,
    • sufficient strength to withstand harmful influences depends
    • poison and is harmful. Well, anthroposophists and
    • harmful because, in order to make human beings strong, it
    • healing. Anthroposophical truths can be harmful only to
    • apparently harmful effects to make it a powerful force of
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    • it does great harm if the child doubts the teacher. The
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    • on inside. When the "above" is in harmony with the
    • the astral body. It may happen that the disharmony between
    • maintained the harmony. Once it is born the astral body is
    • find no harmony with the “below” it becomes
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    • discovered, and the doctors were greatly alarmed; she showed
    • harmony is brought about with universal spiritual currents.
    • compassionate and loving.) When wisdom warms the soul, love
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    • life does more to harm the organs than anything else. The
    • arbitrarily; I may do irrevocable harm unless I pay heed to
    • faculties. A person's karma is particularly auspicious when
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    • The garment of Life which the Deity wears!
    • harmony with the world”; “being one with the
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    • creating a harmonious whole to which each contributed with
    • people worked together as a harmonious whole.
    • pleasure in the harmony gives him pure delight, then, had it
    • had a dim feeling that such harmony had once existed. He
    • contribute all he could to bring forth harmony among the
    • of selflessness that brings about harmony among people.
    • of art, where dance, rhythm and harmony still collaborated,
    • for harmony, for tonality in music, but insisted that
    • Rhythm of dance was reflected in the harmony of the music.
    • was contributed by related arts. Harmonious collaboration
    • arose from the cooperation of harmony, rhythm and melody.
    • brotherly fashion, when melody, rhythm and harmony had not
    • at attempts made by Wagner to create something harmonious
    • reincarnation and karma in the Christian-Anthroposophical
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    • ancient Pythagorean schools was called “the harmony of
    • forces are revealed as harmony and rhythm, but must not be
    • Apocalypse was a prophetic revelation about Armageddon.
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    • organically moving forms, warmed and waved by the human hands
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    • the new forms. Disharmony arose between the conceptions of work and of
    • rights. The re-establishment of harmony between the two is the great social
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    • loved it, he is mistaken. The Greek saw the warm, reddish and
    • my arm, I will move my hand,” he does not really know
    • in harmony with the times, and this is not meant trivially.
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    • warm feelings which stream through our heart are a
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    • through by inner body warmth, what then meets with that which comes
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    • warmth from outside (see diagram 3, yellow, red). All tumors are in
    • such knowledge. You can follow that up in descriptions as that of “Armen
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    • a favorable karma this man must have had, being able to have a
    • karma. One might say that the making of that clock and placing
    • starting point for a favorable karma. One might indulge in such
    • series of good deeds must be put down in their karma. And one
    • karma.
    • effects on one's karma.”
    • on my karma?”
    • regarding all the karmic damage this person might have
    • charming!” while someone else says “That is the
    • of warmth. This state is similar to what goes on within the
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    • self-chosen karmic involvement in the events on the physical
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    • first find myself completely in harmony. There is absolutely nothing
    • from the spiritual world; this only does him harm. Then when he meets
    • honestly meant when it is said Rituals that are very old can do no harm
    • Jesuits in Medina del Campo, became Abbot of the Carmelite Monastay
    • Ban= in lam In 1581 the Order of the Carmelites hauled aver to his the
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    • like this Movement for Spiritual Science much can work harmfully that
    • cannot cause so much harm in old, dried up Movements, no longer of use
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    • harmful matter than their holding materialist theories. Crime, lack
    • may cause harm in the external world. In the common life of mankind
    • Chinese themselves, (cf. The Karma of Vocation) have got to
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    • fall from her arms . . . (see George Adams translation: A. Q.)
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    • we are wearied and fall from her arms” . . . “Even the unnatural
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    • physical awareness only sees the massive swarms. The
    • being mixed in their karma, while in the animal the moral
    • harmony and disharmony, a world of tone is begun. That is
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    • it is a healing remedy: when we try to develop a warm,
    • the self which we call karma, that which is particular to the
    • understand the working of karma. Take an example of how karma
    • three weeks later, ignoring karma because he knows nothing
    • about his karma. Planning for the three weeks ahead, he
    • karma. We see through this, how karma always attaches something
    • new. This way karma's aim is strengthened and interlinked. It
    • “I,” while taking into consideration the karmic
    • karma.
    • possible for us not to overlook what is karmically correct and
    • we are un-free due to karma. Karma does not make us un-free.
    • Exactly by dint of our freedom can we do what karma gives rise
    • to within us, at any given moment. Karma excludes nothing which
    • allows the karmic line to weave and form links this way and
    • towards our karma in such a way that our karma isn't
    • counter-acted and as a result create more karmic causes, thus
    • the direction of our karmic stream, and this is something we
    • It is that which we bring ever more into our karma. We must
    • thinking, a self-evident requirement: just like an oven warms a
    • is to warm the room” — the room won't become warm. Merely
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    • nem számítunk bele közvetlenül a karmába. Ha a lábunkat
    • beleütjük egy kőbe, ezt nem kell mindig a karmába
    • beleszámítani, legalábbis nem a karma morális részébe. Ugyanígy
    • nem mond ellent a karmának, hogy a halott megkönnyebbül, ha
    • szeretet árad feléje a Földről, és nem mond ellent a karmának
    • a lelkeknek, akik karmájuknak megfelelően előbb halnak meg,
    • diszharmóniából. Ez az eset azért figyelemre méltó, mert ez a
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    • raster Eckhardt or a John Tauler were in harmony with their particular
    • life, in its spheric harmony, so is this building intended. That is
    • marvellous thing about this is that through the harmony between nature
    • and creative Art other harmonies now manifest themselves that have not
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    • A blissful warmth in every limb comes o'er you;
    • harmful — and in all conscience there is sufficient of
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    • harmful and destructive. I will give you a little example of
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    • we shall strive to speak accurately. Much harm is done by the
    • water, air, fire or warmth are used. We know these things from
    • whereas what permeates these three substances we call warmth
    • polarically to the earth-fire as are fire or warmth to earth
    • how alarmed you would necessarily be at first by the
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    • with all the human beings with whom we have any karmic
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    • good as natural science is thoroughly sound and in harmony to
    • bespangled theatrical garments appears in man's
    • garments, aid these are beliefs in limits to knowledge, quite
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    • conscious of it while atavistic clairvoyance glowed warmly
    • plant. The warmth of the womb, the warmth of the pregnant
    • sends forth the little plant. The warmth of the womb, the
    • warmth of the pregnant mother, is exactly the same as is the
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    • — namely, warmth. Warmth flows out over the abyss. Now,
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    • gigantic pyramids were built. A great army of people was needed
    • remaining in harmony with the Divine.
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    • spiritual events to work through the soul, we become warm,
    • warmth. Only gradually solidity developed from the fluid and
    • sun surrounds our entire earthly mass with warmth and light.
    • beings these are, who live in the light and warmth of the sun
    • and warmth.
    • through spiritual science. Let's try to bring this into harmony
    • that besides individual karma there exists earth karma for the
    • through the ahrimanic influence the collective karma of the
    • person's karma, but mankind's karma. Everyone can thump his
    • heart and say his individual karma is included here, the single
    • spiritual cause. When we, as we said, stare karma in the face,
    • nature elements to come to peace and harmony.
    • Christ-Spirit would bring peace and harmony into the elements
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    • harmonising opposing views.
    • animals as their garment, now resolved itself, so far as the
    • Now, in place of this chaos, order and harmony will, in the
    • course of time, be brought about; an order and a harmony
    • he becomes aware of that harmony of the spheres, that truth to
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    • karma. To do this he gave over eighty lectures in 1924 in which he
    • from one life to the next in order to show how the general laws of karma
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • reincarnation and karma, and the tasks of the Anthroposophical Society
    • karma. To do this he gave over eighty lectures in 1924 in which he
    • from one life to the next in order to show how the general laws of karma
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • reincarnation and karma, and the tasks of the Anthroposophical Society
    • Karmic Relationships of the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • realised that this harmony has first to be achieved in the realm of
    • times about disarmament and other ‘luxuries’ of the kind — for
    • disarmament, about the desirability of ending wars... a great war
    • disarmament conferences, if the people of Asia cannot perceive
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    • the outside world, when we are conscious of the conditions of warmth
    • arm, when we do this or that, we can perceive what movements
    • the arm or hand is making, but we do not know how the power of
    • should receive them with warmth. For man should be received with
    • moment of time; he should be received with warmth. And then he will be
    • warmth, or being repelled, chilled by it. But when the Midnight Hour
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    • was altogether out of harmony with the system by which the older
    • what he had brought into harmony within himself. But then an unexpected
    • found himself altogether in harmony with the image reflected in his
    • arms. When he had done this and changed his clothes, he proceeded
    • however, does not mean that there was any lack of harmony between
    • “These ideas are indeed now in harmony with nature;
    • but men's minds must also come into harmony with them and I believe
    • kindling as it came fire and warmth and light. Fortitude vibrated in
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    • There is a lack of harmony in what our eyes perceive, when we wish to
    • could still be sensed quite distinctly in certain farming villages as
    • warmth of the sun, where we could work with our hands during the long
    • winter garment.”
    • wonderful soul moods which awoke in the simplest farm homes on Sunday
    • condensed on Christmas eve into very warm feelings, which glow like a
    • earth prose of life, to permeate it, to enkindle it, to warm it, to
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    • such harmony with the spirit of our age.
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    • processes in the higher region. Actually there is no more harmful way
    • still see the world of light-air, of sound, of cosmic harmony, and of
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    • our ear if we approach them intellectually. But they radiate warmth
    • Heaven. With many arms and with many bodies, with many mouths and
    • me in the Heaven’s expanse. Eternal Dharma’s changeless
    • splendor, warming all worlds. All that I can dream of between floor
    • stupendous with many mouths, arms, limbs, feet, many bodies, many
    • I with dread am filled. Radiant, Thou shakest Heaven. With many arms
    • fighteth with his arm. The Drona, the Jayandana, the Bhishma, the
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    • on in utmost harmony with it. If he begins to feel himself an
    • that he wears them like a garment, while in his real self he grows
    • degrees to find a harmony between the inner and the outer world
    • because in that harmony alone man's salvation is to be found.
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    • harm, and by this means he can go very far along the Way. The path to
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    • that this may do him no harm he must also apply these new feelings and
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    • towards you a force like unto spiritual cosmic Warmth, one that
    • a new birth, and when you feel how this Warmth and this Light stream
    • cosmic Warmth which brings the soul to a new birth, you are within the
    • before the silent Goddess from whom Warmth and Light come forth for
    • inward character of soul, is poured in from the Harmony of the Spheres
    • resounding through space. The Harmony of the Spheres gradually assumes
    • that are vitalised by the forces of Warmth and Light which pour into
    • Thus did the aspirant look into the world of the Harmony of the
    • the splendour of the Light and Warmth; that which deeply veils itself
    • in the physical world as the world of the Harmony of the Spheres and
    • mute, silent Isis, and could apprehend in her the Cosmic Warmth which
    • Cosmic Word and the Cosmic Harmony; longing lived in the soul when it
    • that later age no Osiris could be born, no Cosmic Harmony resounded,
    • Warmth and Cosmic Light. And the soul of the aspirant could not have
    • Cosmic Harmony. The aspirant saw in her that she had been deprived of
    • it? It was the time in which Moses lived. For the karma of Egypt was
    • Harmony of the Spheres and the Cosmic Word.
    • Harmony, and the Cosmic Word and the Cosmic Harmony cannot resound for
    • present in these higher worlds as Cosmic Word and Cosmic Harmony. Out
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    • have undergone a karmic fate such as has been indicated. Spiritual
    • this reason the soul must still be strongly armed even to-day when it
    • superficial view the two sides can hardly be brought into harmony. On
    • harmony between the outer and the inner, may enter fresh incarnations
    • in which a deep disharmony can show itself between the external and
    • incarnations will not feel confused in face of this disharmony. For in
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    • visionary, allegoric nature. Currents of warmth evoked in him the
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    • system. All development proceeds from chaos to harmony, from lack of
    • his progress is as harmonious and, rhythmic as that of the Sun.
    • issuing from all beings as a mighty harmony. This harmony is a
    • the harmony of the spheres. This is not a poetic metaphor but a
    • and Strasburg, knew of the harmony of the spheres. He expressed it at
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    • his karma — it is their personification in the astral
    • The garments of Life which the Divinity weaves.”
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    • word, an illusion. It may do untold harm, but nothing is actually
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    • harmony in the life of soul. When these virtues have been acquired,
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    • them and brings order and harmony into what the waking life, with its
    • restoration of harmony it is no longer necessary for the astral body
    • etheric body by means of fasting. Harmony is brought into life
    • (etheric body) and form (physical body). In other words, harmony
    • of the individual but upon his karma, his desires, passions and his
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    • of light. They are not, as yet, the garment of living beings, but they
    • The fifth realm of Devachan is the sphere of heavenly harmony. The
    • harmony we hear the voice of all beings. This harmony was called by
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    • into ears and the frontal parts of his structure into arms and
    • with a kind of warm, almost voluptuous pleasure in which there arises
    • and warmth pours from it. In the sphere of Cosmic Intelligence — which
    • Self (Manas) — this warmth seems to pervade the whole universe,
    • suffused through the whole universe as a life-begetting warmth and
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    • still, the air was pure warmth; before that again, fire. Fire was
    • On the Old Moon, living beings had no warm blood. What was it that
    • gave rise to the warmth of the blood and, as a consequence, to the
    • the Old Moon evolution, namely, the warmth of the blood, the brain,
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    • garment.” These Fire-Spirits of the ancient Moon descended to the
    • Karma is the law of cause and effect in the spiritual world; it
    • intervenes in this karmic process and becomes its central pivot. Since
    • When karma is conceived as a necessity imposed on man in order that
    • objection is sometimes raised that karma must do away with the rôle of
    • Christ as the Redeemer. In reality, karma is a redemption of man by
    • freedom through the series of incarnations. It is through karma that
    • Karma is not to be conceived as fatalism but as an instrument
    • does away with the logical concatenations of karma and substitutes for
    • thought. Karma is the law of cause and effect in the spiritual
    • material world. At every moment of life karma represents something
    • A purely logical conception of karma would prohibit one from helping a
    • was made man, not in order to defy the laws of karma but to fulfil
    • them. Karma and Christ — the means of salvation and the Saviour.
    • Through karma, the Act of Christ becomes cosmic law, and through the
    • Christ-Principle karma achieves its aim — the liberation of
    • conscious souls and their identification with God. Karma is gradual
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    • sensed the deep harmony of the heavens as that of a living and divine
    • the priest in the Mysteries before Christ, there was harmony between
    • when man's very features express his karma, human beings will divide
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    • “Reincarnation and Karma”] I already pointed out
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    • fourth grade was achieved when complete inner harmony and
    • of reincarnation and karma as a generally accepted idea was
    • know nothing of reincarnation and karma, so that they were
    • which he knew nothing of reincarnation and karma and in which
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    • to provide warmth and heat, while not giving it any coal. If we want a
    • does no harm.” No proverb is more untrue than the one which says:
    • bad thoughts about another than to see him inflicting physical harm.
    • can be heard resounding. Here we recognise the harmony of the Cosmos
    • in the battle, but the passions of the opposing armies, and these appear
    • that happened around entered into his thoughts; every movement of an army
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    • of colours — but he lacks eyes; or to listen to some harmonious
    • of karma, but from earthly things. A vivisectionist has a particularly
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    • harmony to the weary and worked out physical body. When a man has died,
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture V: Human Tasks in the Higher Worlds
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    • body. There can never be complete harmony. This is the reason for the
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    • being of man, the three worlds, life after death, karma, the evolutionary
    • UPBRINGING OF CHILDREN.KARMA.
    • Theosophy can be drawn from a study of the great law of karma: a law
    • karma is not mere theory, or something that merely satisfies our curiosity.
    • of karma answers the great human question: why are children born into
    • find an answer. How then does the law of karma answer these riddles?
    • karma.
    • in fact the law of karma is the most consoling law there is. Just as
    • that is my karma.” Or perhaps someone will say: “The law
    • of karma says we can bring about favourable consequences in our next
    • him I shall be interfering with his karma. He has earned his suffering;
    • he must look after changing his karma by his own efforts.”
    • a gross misunderstanding. The law of karma says that all the good I
    • the law of karma. However firmly I believe in the law of karma, there
    • a good effect. It is this aspect of karma which can console us and give
    • us energy for action. We ought to think of the law of karma not so much
    • indeed look back on the past and resolve to bear its karma, but above all
    • his own karma quite alone. If he can do this, what place is there for
    • is not restricted by the law of karma. The Theosophist, on his side,
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    • being of man, the three worlds, life after death, karma, the evolutionary
    • OF THE LAW OF KARMA INHUMAN LIFE
    • about the workings of the law of karma through individual human lives.
    • of a karmic influence of one kind or another only when I have observed
    • a person in that particular situation. In speaking of karmic relationships
    • that vary so widely? In order to understand these karmic relationships,
    • In considering karmic relationships we shall be concerned chiefly with
    • the physical body, in so far as it bears on the law of karma. All our
    • and vice versa. That is the first important karmic law: what we did in a
    • is karmically determined if a man in his previous life was compelled
    • this will work karmically into the etheric body of his next life: he
    • harmoniously in their next lives. But human beings are becoming more
    • circumstances are. Illness need not be a matter of individual karma only;
    • the karma of a whole people has to be taken into account.
    • refer to the successive incarnations of individuals, but to a karma
    • their collective karma.
    • How is the law of karma
    • well with the law of karma.
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    • being of man, the three worlds, life after death, karma, the evolutionary
    • AND EVIL.INDIVIDUAL KARMIC QUESTIONS.
    • study of particular karmic questions in relation to human life. What
    • illustrates the importance of the law of karma; here we have another
    • Another interesting karmic
    • Beauty thus develops, karmically, out of pain, suffering, privation
    • this how wonderful karmic relationships really are, and how questions
    • has within him something that later on will be outside — his karma,
    • to become outward, and man will rise still higher when his karma has
    • Order knew that some day there will be men in whose karma there is no
    • studying the law of karma.
    • several particular questions about karma which are often asked. What is
    • the karmic reason that causes many people to die young, even in childhood?
    • course, be compensated for karmically, but in this instance they had
    • What is the karmic
    • gradually to find a place for itself, there must be warm blood in the
    • the body, and this, too, will have a karmic connection. The physical
    • How are karmic compensations
    • will have to be a karmic adjustment between them, which means that the
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    • craves for things harmful to the heart. Coffee, tea, alcohol, are poisons
    • this breathing in of fire the warmth permeated their whole being; then
    • has nowadays as the heat of his blood, Moon-men had in the warmth of
    • warmth, but he would never have acquired warm blood, for there is iron
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    • its arms to create the forms out of chaos. This first epoch of our Earth
    • provided was turned to good account; human blood became warm. The moment
    • now had warm blood also, and was thus able to retain warmth permanently
    • fire which had become permanent in man, in the warm human blood —
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    • him; it was as if he were touching the garment of the Divine. Just as
    • charming of spirit into matter, was the task reserved for the Graeco-
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    • priest utter lofty sayings, with his arms moving; suddenly his arms
    • course in harmony with the laws of the world. Everything in the system
    • has available certain means through which he can bring this harmony
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    • will burden your karma. You can see that this precept requires deep
    • fact that he knew nothing about it makes no difference to his karma.
    • his body into this harmony, he would risk losing all the benefits of
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    • harmonise the two extremes. For example, make haste slowly; be quick
    • small details that this harmony can be achieved. If your tendency is
    • He must learn to think in harmony with the world-order. He must say
    • created by the astral body. Similarly, no being can have warm blood
    • of preparation. True, the higher animals are warm-blooded, but they
    • body, and warm blood to the Ego. In fact every one of man's organs,
    • for the fact that strife and disharmony exist there. In order to overcome
    • this disruptive force, men must work together in harmony.
    • enabled to develop harmony for themselves. The substance of everything
    • Movement. Its purpose is to develop harmony and balance in the very
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    • with the karma that works over from earlier incarnations.
    • the shoulder blade and proceeds along the bones of the arm. This bone
    • formation of the arm cannot be understood from a mechanical view of
    • prime extending from the shoulder blade to the bone of the upper arm,
    • through these stages — it is connected with their karma, their
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    • in their karma. For instance, think of St. Teresa. She had an earlier
    • described, given to individuals simply through their karma, will in
    • differently. They weave an illness into the fabric of karma. That is
    • with the way karma is formed, an illness in some incarnation, whether
    • it is cured or not, may be woven into the human being's karma three
    • such a form of karma as I have been describing. Perhaps it is
    • mystery — that things that in someone's karma would seem to be
    • example how a study of the inner spiritual, karmic development must
    • basing their view of the person on the karmic connections, the
    • karmic views that open up for them. And the harmony will come from
    • strong a color in one or another direction is neutralized, harmonized
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    • warmth, all cold. The child is fully aware when entering this
    • colors, forms, warmth, cold, roughness, smoothness work upon the
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    • karmic density, both ego and astral body are strong, and they bring
    • in a farmer's house and the wife gave me some coffee. The cup had red
    • And I said, ‘Yes, I think so too, farmer lady.’”
    • instance: “The farmer lady went to get the milk and while she
    • — because their karma has given them a weak personality —
    • still a third stage. This is the stage at which for karmic reasons
    • members, so that earlier karmic forces no longer operate sufficiently
    • karmic causes. Such people are not hypersensitive from within
    • heaviness, warmth, cold. All of this affects them not as it normally
    • his or her karma — as you have seen from my descriptions.
    • but there is no such thing! There is only karmic mental retardation,
    • place in a human being's karma, although it may mean misery in that
    • of the person's life. In this case it is not brought on by karma but
    • karmically in later lives. If we observe life intelligently and have
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    • obvious example — how the karma that a human being carries through
    • one earth-life and evoke consequences in a later one. Therefore karma
    • healing activity to karma. For this, we must first be fully aware of
    • how karma works in relation to pathological conditions and also to
    • became a kind of farmhand. Orientals lavish particularly good care on
    • karmic compulsion from an earlier life.
    • anxiety demons causes karma to develop in a very definite direction.
    • karmic effects. They stream into fanciful imaginations that even
    • way a karmic stream pushes through his life, a tremendous gift of
    • the fulfillment of his karma.
    • karma quite clearly. He has to keep a dog. He is a fantastic person.
    • dog out of the dog's bowl. You see how karma plays in from the animal
    • the playing-out of his karma. Raimund becomes obsessed by the
    • had freed himself from the first obsession, but karma continued to
    • work. This is an example of karma working itself out completely, in a
    • consequences in the karma because of suicide. The karma does not
    • carried out. One sees clearly how karma from his earlier incarnation
    • awareness. They have been given some karmic gift — which we are
    • these individuals we do not need to enter into karmic details.
    • Naturally it is a fulfillment of karma. But one can understand the
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    • concerned, is definitely subject to conditions of warmth. According
    • back, or further forward — to bring that into harmony with what
    • bring what we have seen spiritually into harmony with what science is
    • thermodynamics. We also have living in us our karma from earlier
    • with the fluctuation of heat, with the element of warmth inside and
    • outside the human being. There are differentiations of warmth inside
    • differences in warmth. To physicists this makes no sense, because
    • they regard warmth only as a condition of a material substance. But
    • spiritual science knows that in warmth one has to do with a separate
    • element. We can speak of warmth as an independent active element. Now
    • that is finer than the breathing process. It is the warmth process.
    • occurs not in the element of air but in the element of warmth.
    • consisting of an extraordinarily fine reception of warmth from the
    • macrocosm, breathing-in of warmth and breathing-out of warmth. But
    • this warmth-breathing the exhalation actually takes place within the
    • following process: The cosmic warmth enters the human organism by way
    • of breathing. But not only warmth. The warmth carries with it light,
    • inhalation of warmth into the human organism. The element of warmth
    • senses — seeing, hearing, sensation of warmth — totally
    • of this other process that, to begin with, is the taking-in of warmth
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    • And we discovered that this finer inhalation carries karmic streams
    • consciously in an etheric body are at first devoid of warmth or cold,
    • tinted with tone; through the organ of warmth, thought is tinted with
    • warmth or cold. There you have the cosmic relation of thought to
    • perception. And on the path of the sun, past karma streams in too. It
    • of past karma. If we understand the human head properly, we must say
    • a physical attribute in the world of color, tone, warmth. And at the
    • senses into the nerves, karma enters into us. That is one side of the
    • other side. Karma goes out at that place in the organism where the
    • yet been drawn into the blood. There we find outgoing karma. What are
    • the paths of outgoing karma? To know that, we must acquaint ourselves
    • bringing our past karma with it appears to be bringing reproach, and
    • disturbing elements in our karma is this knowledge, this insight that
    • separate ourselves from our karma and concentrate on the instreaming
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    • is falling asleep, and this is creating harmful soul substances in
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    • we perceive; we perceive it most easily in temperatures: warmth and
    • cold. We need only to think of cold winter and warm summer —
    • aspect of warmth and cold. Human beings live life within this
    • alternation between warmth and cold. In the outer world the
    • maintain a normal warmth — or a normal coldness, if you will
    • save some summer warmth for winter and some winter cold for summer.
    • between warmth and cold no matter what is happening outside.
    • we carry in us this continual alternation of warmth and cold. But
    • that contains warmth, is given over to our metabolic-limb system. If
    • maintains the balance between the one and the other. Warmth-cold,
    • warmth-cold, metabolic system-head system, with a third system
    • keeping them in balance. Material warmth is only a result of warmth
    • merely from caprice or cosmic emotion, but from the Lady's warm
    • astrology for the harmony of the spheres, one goes on from the
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    • seemed to show a lack of harmony. It was said: If there were complete
    • harmony between soul-and-spirit and physical body in earthly humans,
    • “air”; and everything to do with “warmth,”
    • which was ascribed to the warmth ether and which was called an
    • fluid, another solid or gaseous. The condition of warmth belongs to
    • permeates normal human existence. He has always to create harmony
    • Who sends illness to work out karma,
    • In harmonious union.
    • Der die Krankheit schickt zum Ausgleich des Karma
    • Harmonisch Geistesmensch in Erdenmenschen zeugend.
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    • with the karma that works over from earlier incarnations.
    • the shoulder blade and proceeds along the bones of the arm. This bone
    • formation of the arm cannot be understood from a mechanical view of
    • prime extending from the shoulder blade to the bone of the upper arm,
    • through these stages — it is connected with their karma, their
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    • in their karma. For instance, think of St. Teresa. She had an earlier
    • described, given to individuals simply through their karma, will in
    • differently. They weave an illness into the fabric of karma. That is
    • with the way karma is formed, an illness in some incarnation, whether
    • it is cured or not, may be woven into the human being's karma three
    • such a form of karma as I have been describing. Perhaps it is
    • mystery — that things that in someone's karma would seem to be
    • example how a study of the inner spiritual, karmic development must
    • basing their view of the person on the karmic connections, the
    • karmic views that open up for them. And the harmony will come from
    • strong a color in one or another direction is neutralized, harmonized
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    • warmth, all cold. The child is fully aware when entering this
    • colors, forms, warmth, cold, roughness, smoothness work upon the
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    • karmic density, both ego and astral body are strong, and they bring
    • in a farmer's house and the wife gave me some coffee. The cup had red
    • And I said, ‘Yes, I think so too, farmer lady.’”
    • instance: “The farmer lady went to get the milk and while she
    • — because their karma has given them a weak personality —
    • still a third stage. This is the stage at which for karmic reasons
    • members, so that earlier karmic forces no longer operate sufficiently
    • karmic causes. Such people are not hypersensitive from within
    • heaviness, warmth, cold. All of this affects them not as it normally
    • his or her karma — as you have seen from my descriptions.
    • but there is no such thing! There is only karmic mental retardation,
    • place in a human being's karma, although it may mean misery in that
    • of the person's life. In this case it is not brought on by karma but
    • karmically in later lives. If we observe life intelligently and have
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    • earth-life to show how the karma that a human being carries through
    • one earth-life and evoke consequences in a later one. Therefore karma
    • healing activity to karma. For this, we must first be fully aware of
    • how karma works in relation to pathological conditions and also to
    • became a kind of farmhand. Orientals lavish particularly good care on
    • karmic compulsion from an earlier life.
    • anxiety demons causes karma to develop in a very definite direction.
    • karmic effects. They stream into fanciful imaginations that even
    • way a karmic stream pushes through his life, a tremendous gift of
    • the fulfillment of his karma.
    • karma quite clearly. He has to keep a dog. He is a fantastic person.
    • dog out of the dog's bowl. You see how karma plays in from the animal
    • the playing-out of his karma. Raimund becomes obsessed by the
    • had freed himself from the first obsession, but karma continued to
    • work. This is an example of karma working itself out completely, in a
    • consequences in the karma because of suicide. The karma does not
    • carried out. One sees clearly how karma from his earlier incarnation
    • awareness. They have been given some karmic gift — which we are
    • these individuals we do not need to enter into karmic details.
    • Naturally it is a fulfillment of karma. But one can understand the
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    • concerned, is definitely subject to conditions of warmth. According
    • back, or further forward — to bring that into harmony with what
    • bring what we have seen spiritually into harmony with what science is
    • thermodynamics. We also have living in us our karma from earlier
    • with the fluctuation of heat, with the element of warmth inside and
    • outside the human being. There are differentiations of warmth inside
    • differences in warmth. To physicists this makes no sense, because
    • they regard warmth only as a condition of a material substance. But
    • spiritual science knows that in warmth one has to do with a separate
    • element. We can speak of warmth as an independent active element. Now
    • that is finer than the breathing process. It is the warmth process.
    • occurs not in the element of air but in the element of warmth.
    • consisting of an extraordinarily fine reception of warmth from the
    • macrocosm, breathing-in of warmth and breathing-out of warmth. But
    • this warmth-breathing the exhalation actually takes place within the
    • following process: The cosmic warmth enters the human organism by way
    • of breathing. But not only warmth. The warmth carries with it light,
    • inhalation of warmth into the human organism. The element of warmth
    • senses — seeing, hearing, sensation of warmth — totally
    • of this other process that, to begin with, is the taking-in of warmth
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    • And we discovered that this finer inhalation carries karmic streams
    • consciously in an etheric body are at first devoid of warmth or cold,
    • tinted with tone; through the organ of warmth, thought is tinted with
    • warmth or cold. There you have the cosmic relation of thought to
    • perception. And on the path of the sun, past karma streams in too. It
    • of past karma. If we understand the human head properly, we must say
    • a physical attribute in the world of color, tone, warmth. And at the
    • senses into the nerves, karma enters into us. That is one side of the
    • other side. Karma goes out at that place in the organism where the
    • yet been drawn into the blood. There we find outgoing karma. What are
    • the paths of outgoing karma? To know that, we must acquaint ourselves
    • bringing our past karma with it appears to be bringing reproach, and
    • disturbing elements in our karma is this knowledge, this insight that
    • separate ourselves from our karma and concentrate on the instreaming
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    • is falling asleep, and this is creating harmful soul substances in
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    • we perceive; we perceive it most easily in temperatures: warmth and
    • cold. We need only to think of cold winter and warm summer —
    • aspect of warmth and cold. Human beings live life within this
    • alternation between warmth and cold. In the outer world the
    • maintain a normal warmth — or a normal coldness, if you will
    • save some summer warmth for winter and some winter cold for summer.
    • between warmth and cold no matter what is happening outside.
    • we carry in us this continual alternation of warmth and cold. But
    • that contains warmth, is given over to our metabolic-limb system. If
    • maintains the balance between the one and the other. Warmth-cold,
    • warmth-cold, metabolic system-head system, with a third system
    • keeping them in balance. Material warmth is only a result of warmth
    • merely from caprice or cosmic emotion, but from the Lady's warm
    • astrology for the harmony of the spheres, one goes on from the
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    • seemed to show a lack of harmony. It was said: If there were complete
    • harmony between soul-and-spirit and physical body in earthly humans,
    • “air”; and everything to do with “warmth,”
    • which was ascribed to the warmth ether and which was called an
    • fluid, another solid or gaseous. The condition of warmth belongs to
    • permeates normal human existence. He has always to create harmony
    • Who sends illness to work out karma,
    • In harmonious union.
    • Der die Krankheit schickt zum Ausgleich des Karma
    • Harmonisch Geistesmensch in Erdenmenschen zeugend.
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    • — pictures harmoniously arranged, organic pictures, pictures
    • weaving warmth. Then, to this living, weaving warmth, a kind of air
    • of a gaseous, airy element and a warmth element. Then comes the third
    • is added to the warmth and the air. There is as yet nothing of what
    • upon old Saturn, we see it as a single whole of weaving warmth; and
    • the old Sun we still see as a mingling of gaseous and warmth
    • that the earth element is added to the earlier warmth, gaseous and
    • bearers; and that warmth, air, water are only the outer expressions,
    • the outer garments of spiritual Beings who are the reality. Thus when
    • with the help of warmth, air and water. Let us try to imagine this!
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    • Sun and Moon evolutions; only the elements of fire or warmth, gas or
    • mutual interpenetration of the elements warmth, air and water —
    • So that we have to imagine the elements warmth, air and water
    • elementary substances of warmth, air and water, then you know the
    • something else is associated. The fine warmth element of Saturn
    • the element of warmth, whereas during the Sun evolution something
    • light element makes it possible for the warmth and the air to
    • warmth elements. True, there was no lack of light in what is
    • of the complexes warmth, air and water surged through one another in
    • woven of the elements of warmth, air and water was left.
    • unless we are conscious all the time that air, water and even warmth
    • correct to call this elemental existence their “garment”;
    • externally. Thus what we call air, water, warmth, are maya,
    • psycho-spiritual. These elements of air, warmth and water are the
    • what permeates this tohu wabohu as warmth as being the
    • water, and their spiritual part moved in the warmth
    • sitting upon her eggs, and of her brooding warmth radiating out over
    • this brooding warmth which streams from the hen into the eggs in
    • the element of warmth. It would of course be quite inaccurate to say
    • meant to be conveyed is the activity of the outraying warmth. As
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    • Saturn was nothing but interweaving warmth. But the laws which
    • prevailed in this planet of warmth, and which brought about and
    • mineral of today, but a state of inweaving warmth governed by mineral
    • the interweaving warmth we have a transfluent gaseous or airy
    • kind of rarefaction of warmth towards the luminous, a radiation of
    • elements of warmth and air as rule in the plant kingdom today, those
    • light, warmth and air in the ancient Sun evoluticn. The laws of the
    • the air-warmth-light sphere of the Sun? With the senses of today we
    • the time when the air, warmth and light sphere of the Sun was in its
    • which the elementary conditions of only water, air and warmth were to
    • interactivity of all three elementary conditions — air, warmth
    • previously the gaseous and the warmth elements on the Sun, and the
    • three forms, warmth, gas and water, on the Moon, had been distinct
    • warmth. They were all mixed up.
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    • ancient Saturn consisted solely of interrelationships of warmth. If
    • my speaking ofa cosmic body consisting only of warmth, I must refer
    • show in the long run that this is so. As to Saturn's state of warmth,
    • warmth. Let us get hold of that quite clearly. The Genesis account
    • Saturn state, these relationships of warmth or fire. That is the
    • to. But mark, please, in what sense we speak of warmth or fire in the
    • candle and examining the warmth of physical existence. We have to
    • psychic. Feel your way into yourself as a warmth-bearing being
    • — and this feeling of your own warmth, experience of your own
    • soul-warmth, will give you a proximate idea of that interweaving
    • warmth in Saturn.
    • of how in elementary existence warmth condensed to the gaseous or
    • distinguish between warmth and the gaseous or aery. We have already
    • pointed out that together with the condensation of warmth into air
    • “air” the elementary condition next below warmth, we must
    • call the condition next above warmth, light, or light-ether. Thus, if
    • we shall say that in the Sun there is an interpenetration of warmth,
    • this condition of warmth, light and air. Now we must once more make
    • manifestations of warmth, light and air, we are only considering the
    • externally by means of warmth, light and air. It is somewhat as if we
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    • direction, such as light, air, water, earth, warmth, so we shall
    • of the ancient Saturn existence as a condition of pure warmth, and
    • of light, warmth and air, had darkness as well as light in it. And
    • brooded over the waters the warmth state was recapitulated; how in
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    • earth, water, air and fire or warmth, light, sound-ether and
    • element could be added to the warmth of Saturn, to the aeriform
    • warmth, an existence as a body of air, an existence as a body of
    • which worked in Saturn as the warmth element, and it was in this that
    • self-sacrifice. We saw that during the Sun evolution the warmth
    • as the densification of warmth into air, which we can follow in its
    • rarefied warmth-substance, the denser air comes into being. It is
    • those very Spirits of Will who sacrificed the warmth-substance out of
    • warmth, so advanced as to be able to offer their own substance as a
    • possible, forces whose very being flowed out from Saturn as warmth
    • at work in the aeriform. And when we come to the warmth nature, to
    • brooded in the warmth element. When we trace the order of the
    • truth live the Spirits of Movement; and a warmth element, wherein in
    • within another, and that warmth permeates everything. We find warmth
    • real force behind warmth; it has poured itself out into everything.
    • of warmth, which is the manifestation of the Spirits of Form,
    • forging in their warmth element the crystalline forms of the
    • Spirits of Will. They are the Spirits who in their activity of warmth
    • aeriform element, the Elohim in the warmth, gradually attains to the
    • fashioning man, it sufficed for them to work in harmony with the
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    • earth has to take place in harmony with the whole cosmos. A
    • takes place from warmth to solid, to earth, and that what is above as
    • then warmth-ether; then we have air, or the gaseous element, the
    • that we have to look mainly for the elements up as far as warmth.
    • Warmth permeates the earth, whereas the earth only shares in light in
    • and gaseous elements; warmth is shared by both earth and sun.
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    • weaving warmth we can speak only of the first rudiments of physical
    • provided with an outer garment. Within this soul-spiritual, man has
    • next to acquire the garment of the astral body.
    • meaning in complete harmony with what clairvoyant investigation has
    • warmth. Warmth was their element; it was, as it were, the body
    • evolution their body was sacrificed to the warmth-element of Saturn.
    • nature further and further from the state of warmth to that of earth
    • of warmth to that of air, so we should expect the Elohim too, in
    • attaining their unified consciousness, to progress from warmth to
    • and find there differentiated currents of warmth not so dense as gas,
    • physical existence on Saturn, even though only in the form of warmth.
    • the first manifestation of the physical, as a man of warmth. When
    • God said, Let us make man, anyone sensitive to warmth would have
    • perceived certain differentiations in the substance of warmth. If he
    • certain places I get impressions of warmth — not of anything
    • warmth-impressions.” There are differentiations of warmth in
    • the periphery of the earth, beings of warmth flit hither and thither.
    • Man was as yet not a gaseous being; he consisted only of warmth. Try
    • today which pulsates in the warmth of your blood. Imagine your
    • warmth and then air. Even as regards the point of time when, after
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    • consisted solely of warmth, was now endowed with something expressed
    • running through the whole of evolution. We saw how warmth condensed
    • may be engaged, this strength can warm and ripen our creative
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    • place of what led in past times to bitterest conflict and disharmony
    • harmonisation of all passions and desires, of all human, personal
    • attributes. Is such complete harmonisation manifest in Jesus of
    • never makes for discord and sectarianism, but for harmony and peace.
    • the ploughshare. Then a farmer digging in the earth finds an object
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    • warming, kindling, strengthening it for deeds demanded of us for the
    • bringing warmth and illumination — will kindle within us the
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    • During the Thirty Years' War, through strange workings of karma, this
    • and that through One yet to come it will be covered by the arms of the
    • But these colours and tones, these impressions of warmth and cold of
    • which he was conscious, were the garments, the sheaths, of spiritual
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    • ultimately, to grasp them with inner fire and warmth.
    • kindled in the external world by the elements of nature and the warmth
    • corresponds, within us, to the warmth of our blood, and the air in the
    • warmth pulsating in our blood and the life pervading our nervous
    • through the universe, Whose warmth is in the lightning, Whose nerves
    • will dawn that no material death can harm us at all. For we are caught
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    • special occurrence takes place in men whose karma permits it. After
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, when the karma of a particular individuality
    • human beings when their karma so permitted and they were sufficiently
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    • kind of settlement of the man's karmic account by these two figures
    • which can be described in this way. Christ is becoming Lord of Karma
    • we all know that a karmic account is kept of our life; that there is a
    • man's earthly life he should himself adjust the balance of this karmic
    • way to Christ, our karmic account will be balanced — inserted in
    • Him who in our time is becoming Lord of Karma — it will be the
    • appearing to their soul is a forewarning of the karmic deed that must
    • the faculty for perceiving in a vision the karmic adjustment, the
    • But this form of karmic perception will arise in such a way that here
    • judge of a man's karma; knowledge, that is, of Christ in His new form.
    • without any obvious harm, it might very well be — and is actually
    • pass through an incarnation without the living warmth that love alone
    • all-embracing laws of karma and reincarnation, it gives us something
    • will eventually grow into plants. It shows, if we understand karma,
    • from the laws of karma and reincarnation. Already there is a tendency
    • permeated, warmed through, and strengthened by faith, love, and hope.
    • triumphant, Christ the Lord of Karma. This has been fore-shadowed by
    • ordering of Karma, begins, and we have seen how infinitely important
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    • should not pay attention to the harmful consequences of disregarding
    • a kind of dream picture, his future karmic compensation for some deed,
    • means is to harmonise what has been said in successive epochs, just as
    • point essentially to forces having to do with harmonising those of
    • The other side is this — that it is solely through harmony of
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    • you all were merely born of your parents. Let us leave Karma out of
    • things harmonise. The details always fit in. That is the wonderful
    • own Karma, and we should not on this account wish to die at this or
    • that age, for we all die at the age permitted by our Karma. Thus the
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    • centuries are karmically connected with their causes, the battles of
    • also renew our warm feelings and sensations for the actual things and
    • that man himself makes his own Karma, that is, that he has in himself
    • Thus is Karma prepared, during this particular time. We incorporate
    • one. This is how Karma is created. In order to understand these things
    • Karma for the life we are to enter.
    • own individuality. First we have the plan of our Karma. Then we must
    • would then occur that in his next life his Karma would appoint him to
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    • but they exist nevertheless. When he bent his arm the Greek felt the
    • feeling of the form of the arm, of the physiognomy, etc., and this to
    • karmic). Well, he would then have gradually used up that force in his
    • down for man through Karma. If one lives to be old, that is Karma. If
    • one dies young, that is Karma. But just as on earth a man cannot make
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    • say: ‘The heart must often direct our Karma.’ And if one
    • transcends that which the heart indicates as Karma, and lets reason
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    • different sides which harmonise, a certain wisdom is created, and this
    • which they were poured forth, would hardly harmonise with the respect
    • holding one of his waving arms, led the accused away, his fury broke
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    • the lamps must be lit earlier, and that it is cold in winter and warm
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    • feeling-content. Moses also was forearmed by such an experience when
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    • ceaseless activity. In reality this activity is Karma.
    • When speaking about man, we speak of his astral body as being Karma,
    • effect. If we rub our hand on a tabletop it becomes hot. The warmth is
    • this. In a narrower sense this activity is called human karma. What I
    • restoring justice — karma. Every action calls forth its counter
    • In karma there is always something needing to be brought into balance;
    • wisdom. Just as karma has something needing to be balanced, wisdom has
    • That has been changed into green through activity, karma. In wisdom,
    • we have the following ascent: firstly karma, activity, what needs to
    • becomes his karma. What he himself has worked into it must have a
    • karmic effect. This is the undying, the non-transient in him. The
    • physical body has come about through the karma of other beings; but
    • Lemurian Age, that is his karma. Only when man through his work has
    • He is then entirely the result of his own activity, of his karma.
    • Desire underlies all those things involving human activity or karma.
    • Karma, man's activity through the astral body, is something which has
    • evil into the rest of the world; otherwise he would work his harmful
    • hypnotised works into the world the harmful instincts of the
    • and works harmful instincts into him, these also remain with him after
    • certain extent be able to evaluate karma in order to achieve
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    • ether: warmth, light, chemical and life ether and their life on the
    • an active warmth-organ, the epiphysis to an active organ of vision.
    • the air in this way is warmth; it is really a fine etheric substance,
    • the first grade of ether, the Warmth Ether. Now follows the second
    • There warmth has its life. When Buddhi is developed in man, all Kama
    • develop no warmth are also without passion. At higher levels man must
    • We have now heard that warmth has its own life on the Buddhi or the
    • The next step is connected with warmth. Man's activity is to be sought
    • in what streams out from him as inner warmth. Out of what proceeds
    • from warmth: passions, impulses, instincts, desires, wishes and so on,
    • Karma arises. Just as the parallel organ to the ear is the organ of
    • speech, so the parallel organ to the warmth of the heart is the
    • pituitary gland, the Hypophysis. The heart takes up the warmth from
    • outside, as the ear does sound. Thereby it perceives world warmth. The
    • warmth consciously, is the pituitary gland in the head, which at the
    • the warmth of the world in the heart and lets it stream forth again
    • future, warmth of soul will flood over mankind.
    • Somewhat deeper in evolution than the warmth organ stands the organ of
    • sight. In the course of evolution the organs of hearing, warmth and
    • a bell, its innermost being. Warmth must flow from the being itself.
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    • pre-Lemurian Age: Adam Cadmon and the development of the warm and
    • be seen as at a lower stage of this development. Without warm blood no
    • warm-blooded animals are derived from man.
    • different way from the warm-blooded animals. Those which exist today
    • warm blood and in the circulation of the blood. Attempts were made
    • remained behind on the way. The warm-blooded animals are unsuccessful
    • complement one another, so we have warmth and cold, day and night,
    • the kingdom of the warm-blooded animals is a comprehensive picture of
    • thou. We have therefore in the kingdom of the warm-blooded animals
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    • The Old Moon was surrounded by Warmth Ether and other forms of
    • become completely adapted to the other. And Karma is nothing else than
    • achieved is Karma overcome and the human being can take up something
    • that feeling, warmth, passes outwards. Then the word will be the
    • expression of the inner warmth of the body. This can happen when
    • Then not only the warmth-imbued word will go forth, but the word will
    • warmth-permeated word), and lastly ‘form’, the word shaped through the
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    • that he had to pay his karmic debts. The single life was therefore not
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    • a karmic result of earlier idealistic periods. The founding of towns
    • warmth ether, light ether, chemical ether and the life ether. These
    • plane, the gaseous on the Nirvana plane, the Warmth Ether on the
    • Warmth ether
    • The fourth is the Warmth Ether. In this, the sense of touch is
    • developed. Here one no longer perceives a picture. Warmth is a passing
    • are speaking here of the sense of touch as the perception of warmth
    • and cold; it is in fact a ‘Warmth sense’.
    • with thinking. Development will work backwards. The warmth of the
    • inner warmth; what he wills determines the separate beings inhabiting
    • be the result of our words. The ocean of Jupiter, the warmth of
    • astral, to Karma. The external form, the physiognomy and so on, are
    • dependent on Karma. Modifications of the physical body are therefore
    • depends on Karma we find that the physical body is in fact wisely
    • Here we can consider an important karmic connection. We live in a
    • about by hygienic means. Such external progress is always a karmic
    • Now too we must work in preparation for the future. Just as the karmic
    • karmic result of earlier wrongdoing, for instance, lying. When
    • sixth sense is the Kundalini light radiating warmth;
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    • dark clouds, indicating lower impulses. This is the inherited Karma
    • there. The karmic (astral) correlations with what takes place on the
    • to look away from all physical perceptions and only to see the karmic
    • spheres in order to understand the real mechanism of Karma.
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    • technique of karma.
    • Today we are going to explain how Karma works and make clear to
    • physical existence. Avidja is the first of the forces of karma.
    • According to Buddhistic teaching there are twelve Karmic forces which
    • descends, the way in which Karma takes hold becomes apparent. Avidja
    • also produces a reaction and works back as Karma. Action and reaction
    • is the technique, the mechanism of Karma.
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    • degree in which there is an increase in the inner warmth of the body;
    • The warm blood and the heart are the organ of Kama (astral body).
    • died. This seeking can bring about harmful reactions. In such a case
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    • he pleases. People however do not work harmoniously together, and
    • brought into harmony. What people do must have a general effect, and
    • karma. As soon as people unite in a common purpose they have a
    • collective karma which binds them together and leads them on their
    • way, weaving a common karmic thread.
    • Karma.
    • Karma is the law. The Deva is the one who brings the law into
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    • eighth sphere. The twelve Nidanas or forces of Karma.
    • and intellectual factors are continually playing in. Through his Karma
    • conditioned by Karma. The natural relationship, into which nothing
    • human beings there is always a moral relationship also, through Karma.
    • common Karma, so that, as it were, incisions are made in it. But the
    • the Earth he takes into himself as light and warmth and all physical
    • have, experiences which will later radiate outwards. The warmth of the
    • wisdom. Warmth and light will then have become wisdom. Between the
    • karma which in Indian esotericism are called Nidanas:
    • In the next lecture we shall study these important aspects of karma in
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    • of the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms. The twelve forces of Karma
    • possible to speak openly about reincarnation and karma. These truths
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    • How Karma works in relation to deeds, words and thoughts. The opposite
    • of Karma: creation out of nothing. The experience of Nirvana.
    • If we wish to understand the whole way in which Karma works, a subject
    • feelings, belong also to his past, become his Karma. We look into a
    • are produced out of Karma. Here we have two opposites: Karma and its
    • opposite, Nothingness, an activity that is not rooted in Karma.
    • are conditioned by Karma; through deeds, thoughts ... feelings rising
    • all Karma is eliminated and he is therefore faced with Nothingness.
    • would attain to this must become completely free from Karma. He can
    • Karma begins. Karma, as human Karma, first became possible when human
    • individual Karma. It was a very important stage of human development
    • human Karma. What however he produced in the way of words not only
    • remains as his individual Karma, but as something else essentially
    • development. The moment when the first sound was pronounced, the Karma
    • Then the purely personal, individual Karma passes over into the
    • general Karma of humanity. With the words which emanate from us we
    • the Lemurian Age and for the first time created his own Karma, before
    • this he had created no individual Karma; we must ask ourselves: Where
    • then can this Karma come from, since its action played in as something
    • Karma.
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    • Logos - Karma and the five Skandhas.
    • his hands brings about its karmic results in his next earthly
    • affects the karma of the group or race. In words lies a greater
    • Geist) receives the power of healing (heilen). This must be in harmony
    • hold of us again as Karma. That which draws man into the physical
    • world once more, if looked at from the point of view of Karma is
    • collective Karma of the whole race, for the word is not created
    • foundation for this form of Karma? Where is the Spirit of the Race
    • What works in a much wider sense on Karma is feeling (Vedana). Thus
    • element which has an effect on Karma.
    • Through all actions we call forth counter-actions as Karma, because we
    • incarnation; only in this incarnation will it have a Karma-building
    • source in Karma. Thoughts form the character: the tendencies or
    • disposition lead karmically to the opportunities. Actions bring about
    • actual destiny, that comes back to us karmically.
    • the highest initiates, these actually overcome the Karma of Deeds. He
    • knowledge can affect the Karma arising out of deeds. He begins to
    • limit his Karma consciously.
    • A person can affect his Karma to the degree in which he himself
    • consciousness necessary for the overcoming of Karma. And now let us
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    • If we wish to obtain a more exact knowledge of how Karma comes about,
    • is karmically connected with it, this human bell must immediately be
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    • opposites. For instance if feelings of soul-warmth press in from the
    • harm. They have no liking for this substance.
    • is thus formed can however not work so harmfully as what the human
    • rendered harmless because it is annulled by the Group Souls of the
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    • tread. Within us is nothing except our karma, what we have already
    • developing further. But with the dissolving of the shades, karma is
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    • if one wishes to understand reincarnation and karma. Action finds its
    • warm feeling. An educator of children can observe this. If during a
    • lesson we approach the child with warm interest, we know what a
    • who fits harmoniously into his three bodies.
    • karmically the most intimate. They are creative through their own
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    • beginning of Karma. Wisdom, Beauty, Strength as reflection of Manas,
    • As a continuation of the lecture on Karma and Reincarnation, let us
    • however, is always clad in a different garment. In the physical,
    • astral and devachanic worlds the garment of our kernel-of-being is
    • garment. Let us now assume that the human being were conscious in all
    • enthusiasm in the place of desires, he creates harmony between the
    • relationship. Harmony comes about in the former chaos and an astral
    • body also survives. The important thing is to bring into harmony the
    • Karma. Thereby we can give permanence to everything in the Monad.
    • reflection of Karma. As the work of the Monad progresses, the kernel
    • harmony out of the warring forces, and on the other hand out of the
    • Let us suppose that someone's earthly garment has been laid aside and
    • about is again taken up by man as his Karma. Man will always be the
    • result of his Karma. The Vedanta teaches that the different parts of
    • remains of him, that is his Karma. This is the eternal which man has
    • now become karma. This is a new life which springs up from within. The
    • order selflessly to bring about harmonious relationships in our
    • surroundings. This necessitates a harmonising of the reflected images
    • in ourselves. It is our task to make the world around us a harmonious
    • into us is devastation: if we bring about harmony in the world,
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    • axis. Arising of original (Ur) Karma. Conflict between Jehovah and
    • Lucifer. Christianity and the teaching of Reincarnation and Karma.
    • much warmer. The human beings with the best forms, consisting of the
    • as Moon and Earth. All life and all warmth streamed up from the centre
    • possibility of emitting light and warmth. The Old Moon retained the
    • and warmth. Because the Old Moon itself possessed no light, the beings
    • and thereby, developed warmth from within outwards.
    • The Kama was at that time still an essentially warming force. This is
    • brought this about. It was then that the seed of Karma was planted.
    • Everything that came later is the result of this original Karma; for
    • attempt to find his way in the world. Because he had original Karma,
    • his own further Karma came about. Now he could fall into error.
    • brought about through the original Karma. The Luciferic Principle, the
    • succumb to the Earth. If the teaching of reincarnation and karma were
    • karma, man is led upwards to spiritualisation. Christianity therefore
    • teach reincarnation and karma, but the importance of the single human
    • reincarnation and karma, which is the saving of the Earth and brings
    • one without reincarnation and karma, the other with this teaching. In
    • without reincarnation and karma to prevail. Then the Earth would be
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    • graded in accordance with the stages of Karma, seven degrees of
    • of this later moral gradation. Categories of Karma will be indicated
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    • upon another in such a way that it did no harm, or so that it was
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    • Earth to that period of time we find ever fewer warm-blooded animals.
    • It was only in the middle of the Lemurian Age that warm blood made its
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    • fourthly ether (warmth ether, light ether, chemical ether, life
    • in working harmoniously upwards from the physical to higher planes. In
    • contradictory but harmonious beings. At present man is not in a
    • position to bring these things into harmony. But for everything man
    • our Skandas which bring about our Karma. But also all physical deeds
    • must continually work with Karma. In his next life he must put right
    • would produce meaningless creatures for the next Globe. This is Karma
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    • surroundings in connection with objects, such as warmth and cold; this
    • sight, then touch and hearing. We can now ask: What is warmth and
    • cold? It is what is contained in the warmth ether. So the sense of
    • touch perceives the warmth ether, sight perceives the light ether,
    • Now the following is easy to understand. The human being receives warm
    • same temperature as what surrounds it. With the warm red blood it
    • became possible for man to develop warmth within himself. Then he was
    • The state of warmth within man was the same as the state of warmth
    • Then the inner warmth condition was heightened. This warmth condition
    • signified individual warmth, warmth which was made use of in
    • warmth, fire was distributed. Previously there was as yet no outer
    • warmth from a particular kind of spiritual being — the Agni.
    • Salvation Army, the Theosophical Society and so on, come into
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    • Karmic connections in the relationships of peoples. Illnesses
    • We will now throw yet more light on the hidden working of Karma and
    • consider the Karmic relationships between peoples and individuals.
    • the fear and alarm of the other people. This is something lasting.
    • spreading among them fear and alarm. Such fear and such alarm are then
    • the last branches of the Fourth Root-Race and the fear and alarm
    • substance would be dissolved. But fear, hate and alarm conserve such
    • themselves in the fear and alarm of the European peoples as seeds of
    • Karma as it manifests in national communities. From this you can
    • warmth of animals which develop the same temperature as their
    • surroundings. On the Moon there was warmth or fire breathing. The
    • inhaling and exhaling of fire or warmth corresponded at that time to
    • exhaled warmth, transforming this into the circulation of the warm
    • warmth-principle what today takes place in the air. We differentiate
    • Secondly Chemical-ether, Thirdly Light-ether, Fourthly Warmth-ether,
    • had to carry out in warmth what man today carries out in air. Now you
    • individual warmth. So the donors of knowledge and freedom are bound up
    • with something which seeks to incarnate in the element of warmth in
    • he still has the evil in his Karma within him. This he is now working
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    • already had warm blood, but was not yet divided into two sexes. It was
    • is not shone upon and warmed through by the life principle of the Sun.
    • hunting peoples, then the farming peoples and thirdly the development
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    • man and the outer world — into harmony with each other. Whether
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    • constantly fluctuate. Any harmony or order results solely from the
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    • is harmful and which is good for it. The animal injures itself very
    • the physical body. An etheric body that is in harmony with its
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    • original warmth necessary for hatching a hen's egg may be
    • as warmth is taken up by the hen's egg that is being hatched;
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    • himself, but can do no universal harm. When, however, there is an
    • fountain of knowledge, can never be made to harmonise with all that
    • it again) — then science becomes permeated with religion; harmony
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    • dissolving away in the element of warmth.
    • in the element of Warmth. If the Mars-forces were not present and
    • dissolve in the Warmth. The Mars-forces hold him together, guard him
    • warmth in man's organism is greater than the warmth of his
    • of Warmth. To prevent this is of the very greatest importance.
    • dissolve away into the warmth.
    • Warmth, Light and Chemical Ethers. As you see, the effects are
    • being together as an independent entity in the Warmth-element —
    • Warmth; but this independent entity would then at once be obliged to
    • independent being in the Warmth-element, the two sets of forces, those
    • the organism again into harmonious balance, so that what ought not to
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    • will realise that this is connected with the forming of karma, that
    • forming of karma. Between death and a new birth man acquires the
    • experiences that are necessary to enable him to implant his karma into
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    • the emanations of warmth and light radiating from the etheric-physical
    • rays of the sun, for the warmth and light are permeated through and
    • than another is connected with his karma. So it is that in both past
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    • during the course of European evolution and has tried to find harmony
    • scene, we see man's soul striving toward harmony of soul and spirit.
    • alone in these feelings. All of us sitting here may feel the warmest
    • this particular task. We may regard it as a kind of inner karma of our
    • true spirituality. We may take it as a favourable karma of our
    • That this karma has a yet deeper foundation, we can see from the fact
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    • like a garment all that one has appropriated during incarnations in
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    • fundamentally on the karma of the individual human being and on the
    • thing you feel. You find whatever harm you have done and whatever good
    • harm. Why is this so? Why do we repeatedly find, when we speak to the
    • striven after. There is no harm in reading the lives of the saints,
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    • soul is involved in a definite karma and starts from a definite point.
    • you must admit that it is the outcome of individual karma. It can only
    • by working in the opposite direction I may balance and harmonise the
    • shall acquire other forces that will be helpful in harmonising and
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    • judgement about world phenomena. Why is it that so much harm is done
    • karma of Western culture. In a certain sense these make it not too
    • Harmony of Feeling, contains basically what we may say has been
    • the connection of personal karma with the karma of this spiritual
    • be the sole truth. Perhaps by a little harmless persecution, some of
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    • of our own being - 'personified karma.' The next
    • stage of consciousness is one where one sees this personified karma
    • perceptions of warmth and other sensations to rush past our
    • otherwise — it appears as our ‘personified karma.’
    • Before us stands our karma personified. When we see this we know:
    • system is the creation of this thy fate, thy karma. Now comes the
    • muscles are crystallised karma. And they are so formed in man, so
    • his crystallised karma in his muscular system. So strongly is this
    • coming and our going in accordance with our karma.
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    • then send a glowing warmth through the inner powers of our soul. It
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    • swarming through us. Shadow pictures appear as thinking. In this case
    • which lives in Feeling and Will, but remains unborn is Karma in
    • moment we perceive all that lives in light, in sound or in warmth, we
    • swarming through us, but only an extract, something like a shadow of
    • in will, and remains unborn, is karma in process of development,
    • evolving karma. Let us suppose, to choose a concrete example, that we
    • what karmically must balance this hostile feeling. In order to avoid
    • harmony with life, it is because a certain pressure is exercised upon
    • brings us into inner disharmony. If there were true unison between
    • right harmony existed, we should live in this sense-world as happy
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    • the right thing. Karma and the cure of illness. As nature surrounds
    • science; for if we do acquire them they lead us onward harmoniously
    • existence and are connected with the course of our karma; let us take
    • Spiritual Science according to the necessities of karma. A person may
    • must always be thought of in conjunction with human karma. It must
    • always be kept in mind that man is subject to the law of karma under
    • all circumstances. But taking into consideration the law of karma,
    • way described and it is in his karma that he may be cured. Naturally,
    • it may be in his karma that the disease cannot be cured; but, when
    • considering an illness, karma never under any circumstance says that
    • religious philosophy something that was in harmony with the rest of
    • First Cause which pervades all and brings all into a certain harmony.
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    • intimate karma, but so as not to become one-sided the tendencies of
    • forces, that we cannot well arrive at the harmonious upbuilding of
    • impulse karmically to make compensation for various things. These
    • karma. For example, let us take the following case: Let us suppose we
    • wonder at this. I might give you other examples of the karmic
    • had not died so early. It is, however, previous karma that determines
    • of a deeper investigation it is not so. Souls who through their karma
    • for the fulfilment of his karma in respect of his more intimate
    • in harmony.
    • existence inharmonious. Long before the Midnight Hour we should have
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    • a strong warmth of impulse, towards the needs of the time.
    • the connections we form through our individual destiny and karma, and
    • those which in this narrow sense are not dependent on our karma. Some
    • karmic fruit in future lives. Human beings form connections with one
    • karma must be distinguished from the wider connections that arise
    • related to us karmically from an earlier life. Certainly, there are
    • you will kindle a warmth of soul in the love of man for man. For as
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    • made gentler towards each other. Harmonies and disharmonies arise
    • essential aim: true spiritual harmony, true spiritual collaboration.
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    • these lectures to establish a certain harmony between what we may
    • many single wolves, single hyenas, single phenomena of warmth, single
    • force of heat or warmth, and so on. They speak of an unknown
    • We take hold of a warm
    • the heat or warmth is the effect on your own nerves. Objectively,
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    • become united with the warmth-conditions of our environment, —
    • very much in the condition of our environment as regards warmth; and
    • namely the polarity of warm and cold. Yet we must needs perceive an
    • warmth-condition of our environment and the way we feel ourselves
    • the experience of light upon the one hand and warmth upon the other
    • our environment as regards warmth and light respectively. Then in the
    • we share in the warmth-conditions of our environment with our
    • there are two arms and hands, there is a trunk, there are two legs.
    • warmth, and of electro-magnetics; also whatever explanations may
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    • descend from Light to Warmth. Warmth too we perceive as a condition
    • perception of light and the perception of warmth there is a very
    • warmth?”, you will have to answer, “While my relation
    • particular place in my body, — this is not so for warmth. For
    • warmth the whole of me is, so to speak, the sense-organ. For
    • warmth, the whole of me is what my eye is for the light”. We
    • cannot therefore speak of the perception of warmth in the same
    • warmth-condition of our surroundings? We must admit, we have a very
    • warmth-element of our environment. And yet, what is it of us that
    • that is swimming when you are swimming in the warmth of your
    • water just warm enough for you to feel it lukewarm. Put both your
    • into the lukewarm water. You will find the lukewarm water seeming
    • very warm to your right hand and very cold to your left. Your left
    • having become cold, perceives as warmth. Before, you felt the same
    • lukewarmness on either side. What is it then? It is your own warmth
    • that is swimming there. Your own warmth makes you feel the
    • in the warmth-element of your environment? It is your own
    • state-of-warmth, brought about by your own organic process. Far
    • it. Inside your skin you are living in this warmth, and according to
    • the state of this your own warmth you converse — communicate
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    • activity. The water thereby became warmer, as we were able to shew.
    • The effect produced — the development of warmth — may
    • chemical forces and see how warmth arose in the process. Again,
    • reversing the experiment which we have just described, warmth could
    • figures, how much warmth is needed to produce a given, measurable
    • to produce a given, measurable amount of warmth or heat. So doing,
    • has actually been transformed into the warmth. Again, they
    • assumed that when warmth is applied in the steam-engine, this
    • warmth is actually transformed into the mechanical work that
    • sequences of waves. Also for warmth as it spreads outward into space,
    • warmth are in fact similar in some respects. Now they could think the
    • light for example, or even the phenomena of warmth. In light and
    • sound and warmth we ourselves are swimming, so to speak, as was
    • it. So has the sound, the ear. For warmth too, a kind of
    • warmth-organ is built into man. For electricity, they say, there is
    • the case of warmth and in that of sound or tone. The same cannot be
    • warmth belongs — to a high degree at least, if not entirely
    • realm of light and sound and warmth into the realm of the
    • speak, into the realms of light and sound and warmth etc. For we
    • light, and sound, and warmth, is then akin to our conscious life,
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    • phenomena of warmth) — by means of geometrical, arithmetical
    • via the phenomena of warmth, into the realm we are coming into with
    • gas or air under the influence of warmth and in relation to its
    • of Will. Warmth is between the two. Even as Feeling is intermediate
    • between Thought and Will, so is the outer warmth in Nature
    • in the phenomena of Warmth.
    • research into the General Staffs of our armies.
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    • aware of warmth and cold, smells, tastes, and so on. This is the world
    • and at most we can feel that colour and light, warmth, cold, and so
    • harm to his own development.
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    • should; if we now try to take a hand, we may do harm, so we had
    • Will, light derived from Cosmic Feeling, order and harmony from Cosmic
    • will have no possibility of establishing harmony between your will and
    • otherwise produce harmony, reveal in the image of a distorted
    • lion the disharmony consequent upon our sins of omission in
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    • physical world: solid, liquid or fluid, airy or aeriform, or warmth;
    • current of air which we call warmth.
    • conditions: solid, liquid, aecriform or gaseous, or as warmth. These,
    • the ice melts. Warmth permeates all three states. So it is in the case
    • Then, further, there is ‘fire’ or ‘warmth’, but it
    • easier to describe because everyone has a conception of warmth of
    • soul as it is called, of the warmth that is felt, for example,
    • and is called warmth, or fire of excitement, must naturally be
    • flowing towards him that pervades him inwardly with warmth, while at
    • feels as if he were within the being who is transmitting the warmth to
    • harmony into the astral body. When he loses the Ego, disorder prevails
    • Once again let it be said at this point that no one need feel alarmed
    • to each other in such a way that order and harmony prevail. It is now
    • revealed to him that he can understand the order and harmony he
    • was fire or warmth; during the Old Sun evolution, air was added;
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    • not physical fire but something that can be compared with inner warmth
    • have been different if karma had assigned me to some other situation
    • able to be in harmony even with people who hold the most contrary
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    • organs hold back part of the fire or warmth; what is not held back,
    • actual development. The soul can glow with warmth at the picture of
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 9: Organs of Spiritual Perception. Contemplation of the Ego from Twelve Vantage-points. The Thinking of the Heart.
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    • aspect of harmony, one is bound to arrive at unity, but it is abstract
    • warmth or cold. He knows through the thinking of the heart that the
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    • We can recognise from this example how wonderfully things harmonise
    • everyday life if he were unable to harmonise his thinking with his
    • trouble. Harmony must prevail between the logic of the heart and the
    • Spiritual Science itself guarantees this harmony. And here we come to
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    • their warmth-giving power, plant-life awakens; when in autumn the Sun
    • soul suffers harm from the loss of the spontaneous joy and delight
    • withdraws its direct, warmth-bestowing force from the Earth it does
    • not fail to leave behind in the Earth its warmth and health-giving
    • alive because the warming power of the Sun that was outpoured during
    • under the influence of the Sun's warmth and light; with the plants the
    • Sun's light and warmth from long past ages are drawn forth from the
    • warmed directly, the preserved solar warmth is nevertheless present.
    • radiant, warmth-giving body; at that time no plants as we know them
    • ‘warmth ether’. We are thus led back to an earlier planetary
    • air and warmth. We come here to a state in our solar system so
    • connection between fire (or warmth) and air, and between physical body
    • aeriform condition and earlier still he consisted only of warmth. A
    • further rarefication of the physical was the warmth (on Old Saturn).
    • We must regard this warmth as the first ‘physical’ state.
    • time to this first planetary condition, the fire- or warmth-state of
    • clairvoyance to look back to a primordial state of pure warmth. We
    • warmth must be acquired. We cannot even imagine our present fire or
    • warmth without the existence of the other three states, the gaseous,
    • warmth of Old Saturn was essentially different from our present warmth
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  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture II: The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
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    • warmed up once again.
    • content is a garment which clothes the experience. But when one
    • nature, can feel in harmony with the spirit of
    • and valuable whole, if this feeling of harmony gives him a pure
    • I believe that in expressing the harmonious
    • nature of the outer world, and that the great harmony between
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    • even able to feel the warmth of our surroundings. On the
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    • in accordance with the karma it has built up for itself.
    • well as this evolution of individual souls which depends upon their karma,
    • of the karma of individual souls but of human evolution as a whole on the
    • irrespective of the karma connected with these souls.
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    • lectures, and in those of others, will, we hope, result in a harmony
    • warmly welcome those who have come from elsewhere. Through our
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    • example, I do something with my right arm and make a corresponding
    • move with my left arm. Here, the processes are oriented left and
    • right-left, he relates his right arm and hand to the left arm and
    • arms, we bring ourselves into the orientation of right-and-left. To
    • swim and use my arms, I orient myself in right and left. I do not
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    • are color, sound, and warmth. Locke stated it thus: “When I
    • experience of warmth or cold.
    • experience was then connected with whatever is warmth, color, sound,
    • from color, sound, and warmth, but these were distinguished as being
    • sound, color, and warmth experience, had become, as it were, fair
    • or warmth experience in them. Therefore, they must not be in the
    • are beheld as objective. Sound, warmth, experience and color vanish;
    • which no longer finds self-experience in harmony with what goes on in
    • to this day realized that it should admit it since atomism harmonizes
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    • secondary qualities, such as color, sound, and warmth. He assigned
    • warmth.
    • qualitatively (as color, tone, warmth, smell or taste,) now were
    • his sense of warmth to it, the world was silent. It had primary
    • weight) — but it had no quality of warmth. As to these
    • In the case of the secondary qualities such as sound, color, warmth,
    • warmth in the external world outside his own body. When, during the
    • warmth, smell and taste. But these images correspond to soul-spirit
    • color, a degree of warmth, we experience an image of them. But we
    • about the reality of green and yellow, G and C-sharp, warm and cold,
    • symmetrical movements of his arms and hands and other symmetrical
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    • position of, let us say, an arm when you are painting a picture of a
    • elements — earth, water, air and fire (we would say warmth.) We
    • (what is taken in through the breathing process,) and warmth as
    • Warmth
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    • experienced of the external world, such as tone, color, and warmth,
    • (air) out of the psychological. Likewise, he squeezed the warmth
    • inner breathing process. Finally, warmth, or fire as it was then
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    • has to do with warmth.
    • of warmth, he will say that they are subjective sensations. That is
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    • Rudolf Steiner discusses the nature of warmth, its relationship
    • Heat is first known through sensations of cold, warmth, lukewarm, etc.
    • water the water in the central vessel will feel warm, while to the
    • finger which has been in the warm water, the water in the central
    • that the cellar feels warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
    • harm done by modern physical research, so-called, in dealing with what
    • science,” nothing has done more harm than the introduction of
    • opening. We will now warm the ball slightly. Now you see it does not
    • result that would be humorous were they not so harmful to our whole
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    • as we call them, expand when acted upon by the being of warmth. In
    • noting the movements of this lever-arm over a scale. When I press here
    • directions, and after warming both will have increased in extent. We
    • that you can see it. We will warm this colored fluid
    • the colored fluid rises, therefore fluids expand when warmed.
    • We shut off the air in the vessel and warm it. Notice
    • liquid whose level is the same in both arms of the tube. When we
    • simply warm the air in the vessel, which air constitutes a gaseous
    • body, you will see what happens. We will warm it by immersing the
    • cylinder, when the mercury filling the tube is warmed. Here, in the
    • it, namely if bodies are warmed they expand. If they are cooled again
    • sun warmed the air, etc. He does not, indeed do this, but since he
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    • we select any solid body and heat it, it will become warmer and warmer
    • we warm a rod, as we did yesterday, we can observe the expansion of
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    • Rudolf Steiner discusses the nature of warmth, its relationship
    • manner that the real nature of warmth may be obvious to us from these
    • You may say to yourselves when you contact a warm object and perceive
    • your arm and actually grasp the glass with your hand and raise it.
    • in your arm. Our unconsciousness of it is as complete as our
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    • Rudolf Steiner discusses the nature of warmth, its relationship
    • under the influence of warmth and also under the influence of other
    • room that is comfortably warmed, I sit down and write.” I cannot
    • feel when I go into the warm room. What goes on within me parallels
    • the outer warmth, when I write my thoughts down. But I cannot
    • something within that corresponds to the outer sensation of warmth. It
    • of temperature as we warmed a solid body to melting point. We showed
    • is absurd, just as much so as to consider a cut-off garment of my
    • warmed up. This range of four degrees, where water expands as the
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    • definite temperature. We can demonstrate this by warming the upper
    • increased temperature, shown by lowering of the column (tube warmed
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    • Rudolf Steiner discusses the nature of warmth, its relationship
    • mechanical energy into warmth or thermal energy. We have now a
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    • Rudolf Steiner discusses the nature of warmth, its relationship
    • water in which the paddle turned became warmer.
    • “warmth-death.” We will speak in coming lectures of the
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    • Rudolf Steiner discusses the nature of warmth, its relationship
    • blood varies, depending on whether man lives in a warmer or cooler
    • environment than in the warmer zones where he labors more intensely in
    • human organization. You see that it has only to become warmer and the
    • conditions. When we pass through the warmth realm into X realm, we see
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    • Rudolf Steiner discusses the nature of warmth, its relationship
    • by warming a body at one particular spot. We then notice that the body
    • gets warm not only at the spot where we are applying the heat, but
    • If we simply bring another body in contact with the warm body, the
    • second body will become warmer than it formerly was. In modern physics
    • then we apply heat and see a body getting warmer gradually piece by
    • here, and placed on it a row of urchins. As it became warm the urchins
    • warmth, just as the urchins give a yell when they experience the heat.
    • of the rods in the water, they are warmed. Now we will see how this
    • experiment comes out. One rod after another will get warm, and we will
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    • (Ernst Mach, Die Prinzipien der Warme Lehre, p. 345):
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    • Rudolf Steiner discusses the nature of warmth, its relationship
    • Note now, the warmth phenomena naturally are considered as belonging
    • a straight line. We go toward the left to approach the warm end of the
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    • the whole room becoming warm. But my light experiments have an
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    • warmth, or even in gas or in water. But especially when we perceive
    • We thus have in heat, in phenomena of warmth, insofar as these
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    • the warmth of the soul, has become dry, cold knowledge: and we no
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    • philosophers have termed ‘Karma’ is now presented to the
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    • Suppose we have salt here and a glass filled with warm water. What happens
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    • harmed; knowledge of what is suitable for the constitution of a modern
    • is an ego, that has warm blood. The higher animals must be regarded
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    • experience shall not be alarmed. Spiritual science is there in order to
    • fluidity, a sphere of air and the whole permeated by warmth. You can form
    • Just as warmth pervades
    • states of warmth. It is into this world that a man passes. During this
    • and promotes harmony among them; what divides us, what is alien to us here,
    • harmonize; in cases where there is a shock they do not. The etheric
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    • itself experiences the pain and harm it has caused to others. In thus
    • in Devachan is that it is permeated with what we call karma, and this
    • compensation for as much as possible of the harm previously caused.
    • earth the product of earlier existence. That there is harmony between what
    • the conception of the archetype as the result of its own karma. We said
    • determine the karma of the human being. This can be expressed by saying
    • that the web woven out of karma there takes hold; gradually these forces
    • white beads on the abacus. This method is decidedly harmful. The same
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    • four elements of earth, water, air, fire or warmth. For a modern physicist
    • Old Saturn you would have found no earth, water or air; warmth or fire
    • through the sense of warmth; at first, this was purely warmth of soul,
    • inner warmth. With the exception of man, no single one of the beings
    • of warmth. Otherwise, nothing whatever of man was in existence. Try
    • of the warmth of the blood circulating in him, thus forming a picture
    • must picture to yourselves that as yet no physical warmth was present
    • of the nature of soul; soul warmth was present, and not until the midpoint
    • of physical warmth substance. At the end of the Saturn evolution this
    • human body of warmth dissolves. There are seven stages: three preliminary
    • stages, a stage of physical warmth and three descending stages; each
    • the warmth substance of Saturn had densified to a gaseous state. Old
    • Sun retained the warmth but evolved something as well, namely, air,
    • so that on the Old Sun there was now warmth and air, and moreover light.
    • Saturn consisted of dark warmth; the second planet, Old Sun, consisted
    • of light — burning gas — warmth ether and air. Through Saturn
    • in itself. It is now a vibrant warmth egg in which forms of light gleam
    • When the separation of the Sun takes place, warmth and light go with
    • Moon, therefore, there were warmth, light and water. Man has his etheric
    • numerical rhythms. Earlier, on Saturn, it had been warmth formations that
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    • gland at that time was a kind of warmth organ, emitting powerful, luminous
    • rays of warmth. When on Old Moon man was moving about, the function
    • warmth was not yet constant. Today, on the earth, this has been achieved.
    • On Old Moon man absorbed warmth from the warmth around him and emitted
    • visible in his organ of warmth. It gleamed and was luminous when he
    • was absorbing warmth and darkened when he was exhaling it. If you could
    • been falsely assumed, but a globe of warmth. For it (the earth) was
    • of warmth. Then this gigantic globe of warmth condensed to the gaseous
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    • descend into these forms that harmonize so perfectly with his nature
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    • On Karma, Reincarnation and
    • of Western spiritual science. It must establish harmony between faith
    • about the the great cosmic laws of karma and reincarnation. On Old Moon
    • Reincarnation and karma
    • on the earth, races will be superseded. Karma will also then be
    • What is the law of karma?
    • karma that takes effect inwardly and one that has more external results.
    • Karma taking effect inwardly is connected with the forming of character,
    • talents and habits. Karma that manifests in more external ways takes the
    • nationality and so forth. We will now consider more closely how karma
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    • He, who made this saying his own, was really in complete harmony with
    • work together as disorderly and inharmonious chaos. These three
    • lower natures, though there they are chaotic and inharmonious. This
    • harmoniously, — affect one another in a chaotic way in the
    • attack but for defence. Harmony was to be brought about, not
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    • Goethe speaks of the law which we call Karma, and also speaks of
    • drawn into the spheres of Phenomena, but in a state of disharmony.
    • where there was a lack of harmony.
    • upwards, must become harmonious, must strive after the higher
    • versa. All mankind shall be united in harmony. The Old Man with the
    • be made to the river. That is the whole course of Karma. As the
    • becomes invisible if it is not purified by his Karma.
    • principles work together harmoniously in Man. He then becomes strong
    • harmony. The Old Woman grows young, and the Old Man with the Lamp is
    • then works inharmoniously. Now, through these ideal conditions, time
    • is in harmony. Thought permanently strengthens that which was
    • How could we be charmed by the Divine?
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    • clarity and harmony. He it is who speaks in the Vedas that poured from
    • in the world that leads from disharmony to harmony, so duality is
    • developed, and out of duality, a chaos from which harmony is to be
    • Mediator. This harmony can only find its expression in an eternal law
    • cosmic law that creates the everlasting harmonies of the world.
    • from out a battle of chaotic heat; you would find that harmony in our
    • world emerged out of disharmony, and that peace and law developed from
    • non-peace and disharmony. The course of the sun is so regular that we
    • momentarily. Our universe is so firmly and harmoniously grounded that
    • Men who knew something about the Mysteries saw a deep harmony between
    • post-Atlantean epoch saw in the light the garment of the wise world
    • and harmoniously from the stars. In reality, however, the Spirits of
    • was conceived of as the garment of cosmic wisdom. It was at first
    • by this cosmic harmony only when a consciousness of it arose from the
    • He must attain to that inner harmony and rhythm that is exemplified in
    • streaming forth a mood of peace and harmony. When this is brought
    • the harmonies of the heavens speak to us. Every festival of the year
    • forth by the Masters of Harmony, we will gradually approach the great
    • soul that is immersed in peace and harmony, which, as the birth of
    • the cosmic harmony in which human souls will live with the unerring
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    • onward, until exhausted from her arms we fall.
    • and harmony existing there as contrasted with the chaos and disharmony
    • tremendous harmony of the sun's orbit. With this harmony are connected
    • rhythmical, regular and harmonious insofar as it is not subject to
    • how miraculous it is that the heart still continues its harmoniously
    • world harmony was presented as the great ideal for those who, in
    • no longer contained anything chaotic, unrhythmical or disharmonious,
    • and his inner soul harmony was in accord with the external harmony of
    • path of high morality, soul rhythm and spirit harmony. He who had
    • The soul of such a Sun Hero who had attained this inner harmony was no
    • have become so purified that they sound harmoniously together with
    • where their living utterances resound harmoniously through the All.
    • What appears to us in the harmonious annual orbit of the sun, in the
    • struggle had to be made to arrive at its present sublime harmony. Man
    • stood. But he will develop out of chaos into a future harmony
    • patterned after the present sun and the presiding universal harmony.
    • harmony appears in the heights of heaven. Let us realize that the
    • revelation of this harmony will resound from our own souls in the
    • will come about in mankind through this harmony. When from this great
    • mankind, we may have now, today, a presentiment of the harmony that
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    • bringing about an increase and decrease in light, and its warmth
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    • WHEN our friends here gave me a warm invitation to come to them, they
    • permeate us through colors, sounds, warmth, and cold and through all
    • warmth, cold, all that is embodied in the laws of nature —
    • another way attune ourselves in moral harmony with external nature.
    • warmth, differentiated degrees of warmth. We must first feel this
    • of warmth, these alternations of temperature, and all that otherwise
    • down there to feel nothing, not even the differences of warmth which
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    • and warmth of the sun, must work upon the soul, if we are to visualize
    • beings are brought into contact with the warmth of our planet —
    • transmutation of the warmth of the environment into such heat as is
    • warmth into a living heat, is provided for by these beings. Hence they
    • is that which Karma has, so far, made out of us. What Karma is still
    • forces of nature, light, warmth, magnetism, electricity, and so on; of
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    • harmony of movement between one planet and another corresponds to the
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    • in harmony with the whole planetary system to which it belongs, the
    • regulating of the individual movements of the planet in harmony with
    • harmonize with the external world; they cannot have an idea within
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    • which are actually harmful, hindering to life. From man himself stream
    • harmful forces brought forth by the various Luciferic Spirits, we
    • should find an enormous mass of harmful, astral substances in a
    • collect round itself all the harmful astral products, and to remove
    • of these Lectures how this affects in particular the harmful astral
    • of spiritual force center; this center attracts all the harmful astral
    • influence of this drawing-up of harmful astral matter. It attracts
    • more takes up the harmful matter and throws it out on the other side.
    • in the system by the harmful astral radiations of the beings. Thus we
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    • physical harm, in gaining a good occult impression of it. Hence in the
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    • sphere, the Holy Rishis called Vishvakarma. Thus they alluded
    • again to the same being whom the Holy Rishis had called Vishvakarma,
    • Vishvakarma represents the Spirit of Wisdom who streams down upon the
    • to which the Holy Rishis pointed in their Vishvakarma. Then came the
    • the Holy Rishis as Vishvakarma, in that of Zarathustra as Ahura
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    • you may designate by whatever name you will — Vishvakarma, as the
    • which formerly brought divisions and disharmonies upon earth, peace
    • and harmony are established. Only we must learn to read the mighty
    • peace and harmony, if we direct our vision away from the concerns of
    • the highest sense, we can designate as harmony, as peace. Then will
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    • down to earth as the power of love and harmony. Therefore, Christ
    • appear. But those armed by the above explanations, with a true
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    • greeting, as warmly felt as the kind words of the General Secretary.
    • occurred to them. How their hearts warmed, how their feelings swelled
    • things are impossible for him, of disharmony between what he wishes
    • something in me which is not in harmony with myself” — then
    • emancipated Ego, come into full harmony with his nature. Were there
    • does not feel anything that can call forth a full harmony between the
    • something which lies above our sphere.” Vishvakarman, this was
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    • Vishvakarman, the seven holy Rishis also pointed; to which, in his
    • are connected with the lack of harmony between our Ego, permeated by
    • learns to know the Karma of human life often finds it highly unjust
    • through death with a certain consciousness. Should no Karmic
    • Karmic compensation in Kamaloka for the pain which he inflicts on
    • post-Atlantean period men will add the great teachings of Karma
    • karma. In our fifth post-Atlantean period, human beings are
    • my Karma, and that it comes to me because it is my Karma, my great
    • on this earth, into my destiny, until I have discharged my Karma? I
    • suffer their destinies, until they have discharged their Karma on
    • discharged your Karma. You must discharge your Karma.” Men will
    • discharging their old Karma in the incarnations.
    • will govern more and more the threads of Karma in the affairs of the
    • point of discharging their Karma in the most fitting way in the
    • successive incarnations. As to a judge, as to a lord of Karma, men
    • inmost being. In Karma itself I perceive what is related to my being.
    • My Karma is dear to me because it makes me better and better.”
    • Thus one learns to love Karma, and then this is the impulse to know
    • the Christ. Men first learned to love their Karma through the Mystery
    • which now grows man's love for his destiny, for his Karma, has
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    • the arms and the right placing of the human organism in a posture
    • learning balance, learning to use the arms and hands and fingers
    • arms; one observes whether it steps on the ball of the foot or on the
    • karma, that which places him in his next life within a specific
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • antisocial conventionality, with mere routine instead of warm
    • the young with their warm hearts not articulate yet, but warm. This
    • warmth broke through the ice-crust. The younger man did not feel:
    • the ground from under my feet. The warmth of my heart is breaking
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    • greatest warmth of youth, broke out into the vaguest expressions
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • harmful. From this there arises the judgment: What proceeds from the
    • seen to be “Good;” what proves harmful to others is
    • what was beneficial and the evil what was felt to be harmful. So
    • instinct. It is just as if someone struck out blindly with his arm
    • instinctive judgments about the beneficial and the harmful. It has
    • warm-hearted relation between man and man; beyond routine to the
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    • ants were swarming in their brain. They do not like it when something
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    • you embrace nothing that charms and require only submission” —
    • as love will fire the human hand, the human arm, so that from within
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • which encircles us with warmth or cold but something that gradually
    • to be in harmony, that does not come only out of himself like the
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • something warmer, more saturated with substance should be found. This
    • or Burdach. One feels as if charged with a certain amount of warmth
    • felt those who still had a living warmth within them, who had not
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • that is, as a permeation of the whole world-order by harmony and
    • good, the whole teaching must be warmed through and fired by the
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • Hence the charm of his brief, unfinished essay on Philosophy in the
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    • intellectual concepts, in abstractions. Today even the farmer loves
    • so that even the size of his arm would not change and the young human
    • what he is given grows with him just as his arms grow with his body.
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • one foot into a different degree of warmth from that in which the
    • a head, two arms and a body, and that was spirit. There was nothing
    • on two legs, with arms and a head, as spirit. In the next epoch men
    • ego-being without sheaths. This alarms people because they are no
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • into universal death by warmth, but that will also be the death of
    • universal death through warmth brings about complete annihilation.
    • moral law melts away in the universal death through warmth —
    • the universal death through warmth, but will at some time actually
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    • For, if our organism is completely healthy, the harmonious functioning
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    • that moved his hand, that moved his arm. When a tree was shaken by the
    • the perception of the moving arm. He saw the same divine power,
    • move my arm, it is the God inside; if I inhale the air, work it over
    • Mass, the meaning of every single piece of his priestly garments, if
  • Title: Lecture: Signs of the Times: Michaels Battle and Its Reflection On Earth -- I
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    • with the inner karma of Europe and the early role of Ireland, Rome
    • ancient times, and from what took place then we can expect disharmony
    • have the longing not to interrupt the relation which karma has brought
    • and cold concepts, but recall a moment when we grew warm at his side,
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    • (certainly, there are karmic connections, but what I am going to say
    • this) when he suffers an external injury, let us say, to his arm and
    • Now you will grasp the karmic connection between the two events.
    • in another form. What is karmically necessary happens; but it may
    • circumstances, according to one's karma, to do the right thing; but
  • Title: Psychoanalysis: Lecture I: Anthroposophy and Psychoanalysis I
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    • circumstances, more harmful than complete errors. And what the
    • occasional paralysis of one arm, dreamy conditions of various
    • the sickbed, her right arm across the back of the chair. She
    • paralyzed; the right arm hanging over the back of the chair had
    • example, such as changes in the nerves leading from the arm to
    • men of reason, the feelings remain down below, swarm in the
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    • regardless of whether they would or would not harmonize with
    • Reincarnation and Karma,
    • whole Karma (in which I include his relations with the
    • Nietzsche was to protect him, so far as his Karma permitted,
    • pupil, but real karmic connections would have to be established
    • tearing the individual in question out of his karma,
    • changing the course of his karma. It will not do to handle that
    • It can lead only to the forming of confused karmic connections
    • subconscious soul content, but simply forms a karmic tie
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    • to karmic connections.
    • no harm if the method does seem foolish to the prosaic outer
    • taken something out of our environment which does not harmonize
    • his destiny, with what is called Karma. Through this
    • himself, in a certain manner, his own Karma.
    • something lives within him which is connected with his Karma.
    • falls upon us from without as our Karma.
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    • nothing happens to harm our eyes they remain unchanged by the
    • which, pulsing in his blood, can be called the blood warming
    • nevertheless. They would influence the warmth of his
    • constant connection with the warmth of the blood and the
    • and which through our future karma we must regain. If we send
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    • heart are the karmic propensities, the tendencies of our
    • karma. It is revoltingly foolish to speak of the heart as a
    • what we understand as karma into the next
    • is in fact stored up in the heart and carried over as karmic
    • live out one's karma. If we observe how karma works, it may be
    • hunger. The pressing forward to a karmic event is the result of
    • hunger, leading to karmic satisfaction, are concentrated in the
    • karmic force intended for the subsequent incarnation.
    • Luciferic forces — this precipitate appearance of karmic
    • effect karmically in the next life is prepared in this one, but
    • we can point directly to the receptacle in which the karma of
    • system to that of warmth, being entirely formed out of that
    • the one which takes up the predisposition of our karma into the
    • delicate warmth structures of the warmth organism.
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    • You are not shown what Buddhism is today by one who warms up again the
    • harmonious relationships of number, so should the generations also be
    • arranged in harmonious relationships of number. That means these
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    • something which formed a warm, hut-like enclosure. The letter
    • things. As the king appeared to stab the child, his arm was paralysed.
    • wild animals, among which Zarathustra remains unharmed. That is the
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    • so Comte tried to present a like harmony in his great work on
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    • connected with warmth. Fire was also understood to be the cause of
    • phenomena of warmth.
    • telephone. It is really human karma that begins with these inventions
    • in matter that his karma will reach its fulfilment.
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    • a dragon's teeth. From the dragon's teeth grew armed men, who began to
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    • gives us the fulfilment of the Nibelungs' karma.
    • harm.
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    • currents. When you stand with feet apart and arms outstretched, you
    • meditation, the light will truly become for him garments of spiritual
    • philosophy, as you know, there is mention of the harmony of the
    • musical harmony arises, it rests on the fact that different strings
    • of these different tones produces the harmony. Just as you, here in
    • fundamental tones of the harmony of the spheres arise that sound
    • speaking of a celestial harmony. With spiritual ears one can hear it.
    • tone of the celestial harmony sounded forth into the universe, it
    • You can see that the expression, “celestial harmony”, is
    • measurements for the harmony of the human body. When we came to
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    • Where you find Fire or Warmth, something is present that is still
    • finer than Air. Were we to picture a substance finer than Warmth, we
    • Warmth or Fire. Man lived within it, his body actually a kind of
    • Saturn a Warmth being, an Air being on the Sun, a Water being on the
    • to say. What does the man of today have in him of Saturn's warmth?
    • Saturn has in a measure freed itself and today forms the warm blood
    • designates the bee as born out of warmth. He designates the butterfly
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    • harmony of the spheres that comes about through these different
    • is in numbers, we might say, that the harmony that wells through
    • inner warmth poured itself out over great numbers of people. Not only
    • its course, but then he can intervene, helping or harming, because
    • young people out into life early is harmful; the fifth period should
    • truth-feeling is satisfied: it was very alarmed with the
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    • determined by the harmonious relation with other organs. Just this
    • flood through space in this world, the harmony of the spheres, called
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    • certain condition of movement. Spiritual science sees in warmth or
    • makes it warm, the same with water and earth. The other three
    • what we call Earth, Water, Air, and what we call Fire or Warmth. How
    • recognise it also as something external. With warmth it is different.
    • We can realise warmth without coming in contact with it externally.
    • What is essential is that we can realise warmth by touching a body
    • which has a certain degree of warmth: we can perceive it externally
    • air, can be realised only in the outer world, but warmth is the first
    • element which can also be felt within oneself. Thus, fire or warmth
    • that we ourselves are in a certain state of warmth. Man feels his own
    • condition of warmth; he is hot, or he freezes; but consciously he is
    • ‘feel’ himself in the element of warmth. The element of
    • warmth has an inner and an outward side. Therefore both ancient and
    • modern spiritual science agree that warmth or fire is that wherein
    • within his inner being. Fire or warmth was placed in the centre of
    • warmth and feels it as something belonging to oneself; one stands
    • solid, liquid, or gaseous, finally one can perceive warmth or fire
    • material gives forth the warmth and when it is strong enough to
    • something of the nature of smoke. Thus you see how warmth or fire
    • sides to it. When light is produced through warmth, then turbid, dark
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    • warmth, on Saturn. The materialistic philosopher of to-day will say:
    • ‘But warmth can only come about, only be perceived by means of
    • external objects; there are warm bodies, warm water etc., but warmth
    • that was warmth.
    • mere ball of warmth. The whole of ancient Saturn consisted only of
    • warmth. In its first metamorphosis our earth's existence began
    • as a planet of warmth, and thus you can see how right ancient
    • Personality, had to build his body out of warmth. I told you
    • yesterday that warmth has, so to speak, two sides to it. One side is
    • what we can feel inwardly, as inner warmth; we feel that we are
    • either cold or warm without having to touch our surroundings, as in
    • warmth outwardly, when we grasp a warm object. The peculiarity of the
    • Saturn evolution is that it gradually passed from this inner warmth,
    • which could be felt only inwardly, to the external warmth, to a
    • warmth which, towards the end of its evolution, became more and more
    • you would not have felt any warmth on your skin, but you would have
    • felt yourself warm inside; you would have said, ‘I feel
    • comfortably warm.’ Something resembling what you would call
    • soul's warmth to-day, could have been felt by you if you had
    • at something red or at something blue. Red gives a warm feeling; and
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    • warmth without leaving anything behind, then at the end of its
    • bodies of warmth behind them.
    • thoughts. They brought about the formation of these eggs of warmth,
    • magicians. They formed those eggs of warmth on Saturn by the force of
    • withdrawn again as inner soul's fire, as comfortable warmth
    • is perceptible as outer warmth, which has condensed into external
    • warmth must be born again, must appear again, and does appear next on
    • element of warmth condensed on the one side to smoke, or to gas, so
    • undifferentiated warmth, the fire itself. The spirits of Personality
    • are only those who mould that substance. But the warmth — they
    • warmth substance, that warmth or fire element?
    • necessary to the out-giving of the fiery warmth of ancient Saturn, we
    • need of on ancient Saturn: the substance of the warmth-fire.
    • they could then let that warmth of ancient Saturn stream out
    • bodies. The Thrones spun the substance of warmth out of themselves,
    • imparted personality, Ego-consciousness to the warmth. The substance
    • of the fire-warmth streamed together from out [of] the universe, —
    • We now know of what those eggs of warmth, that arose on Saturn,
    • Personality had the power to give form to the substance of warmth,
    • physically — the warmth condenses into gas. The Sun is a
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    • system, whereas we have seen that it was a body of warmth, not of
    • gas. Ancient Saturn was a giant body of warmth.
    • warmth-substance of Saturn, as we have already shown. Thus we can
    • imagine Saturn as a giant globe of warmth, surrounded by circles of
    • minds when we spoke of the shapes of warmth formed inside Saturn.
    • space, and regulate it so that a harmonious co-relation can come
    • that they may transform it and make it harmonise with what is in the
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    • incarnation to the other. These are not the beings who rule Karma
    • bring single lives into harmonious order with the life of larger
    • certain harmonious relationship each single soul with the national or
    • has to appear in harmony with the meaning of the whole earth's
    • Now you will very easily bring into harmony what
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    • garment, the etheric bodies of the great Atlantean Leaders, who had
    • past, the present, and the future acted in harmony. Those seven men
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    • contradicts the facts of modern science, but naturally the harmony is
    • form one stupendous and harmonious whole.
    • warmth or fire. And now let us imagine that this primeval globe of
    • warmth is the circle a, b, c, d.
    • out. They let their warmth substance percolate, as it were, into that
    • You may now ask: How is it really with that substance? Did warm
    • the warmth substance of ancient Saturn. In the moment when this
    • warmth substance was infused into Saturn, the Beings with which we
    • fire, which is felt as an inner comfortable warmth, from the
    • outwardly perceptible fire. This neutral warmth is really within the
    • Egg forms. Opposed to it we find the soul warmth, spread around it,
    • as if the soul's warmth radiated from outside, but held itself
    • back from the neutral fire within. The really perceptible warmth is
    • pushed back from within. So that the egg of warmth which is drawn in
    • stream of soul-warmth, and a stream of inner (y) warmth, which could
    • is warmth, physically perceptible. And now through the action of the
    • inner and outer warmth, each of these Saturn eggs begins to rotate.
    • The production of those eggs of warmth lasts, however, only up to a
    • really formed of warmth, but in that body of warmth were already
    • own physical substance stream from them, their warmth substance. They
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    • of the earth first began in the form of a huge warmth or fire-body,
    • of all expresses symmetry — the arms, for Gemini; the thoracic
    • will also understand what must be called the Karma of each of these
    • advancing process up to the fusion of the whole globe of warmth; or
    • formation, and that is Karma. This cannot be escaped; things have to
    • The Karma of the first half of evolution, fulfills itself in the
    • second half. The formation of worlds is the preparation of Karma; the
    • else than pain under the action of Karma, and again the wiping out of
    • that same Karma. As in big things, so it is also in small things,
    • its highest point; but whilst all this is accumulating, the Karma of
    • the nation is also accumulating. Just as Karma accrued during the
    • been brought about, so Karma accrues to a nation during the time its
    • civilisation is being built up. This Karma is at its highest point,
    • civilisation, must take upon themselves all the Karma which the
    • taking upon oneself the Karma of nations and of races. From a
    • bear all the Karma of those nations and races. That was the essential
    • upon them — their nations Karma, which had accumulated up to
    • Law for the future is called Dharma. Such a body is called
    • Dharmakaya. These are names, expressions which one often meets with
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    • had had to do with a trial. To make him strong, to arm him against
    • so the warmth or fire of the blood, which is the remnant of the
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    • universe, which do not harmonise with it. It would correspond in this
    • beneficial to man in the highest degree, as well as harmful in the
    • to practice this as long and as much as our Karma demands, this
    • but a being laden with all the imperfections heaped up in his Karma
    • the Guardian of the Threshold without harm.
    • spiritual and divine, whose outer garments only we behold in fire, in
    • illusion, a mere garment, and that we now move among the fire-gods
    • that what we breathe as outer air becomes to us only the garment of
    • outer garment, the outer expression of divine spiritual beings behind
    • matter or air, and as warm fiery matter or fire.
    • warming, illuminating beneficent sun as compared to the budding and
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    • stage of evolution, the external phenomena of warmth, air, water, etc.,
    • one of the gods demands that he shall do so; his act is in harmony
    • upon the Earth. In the physical sunbeams as they lighten and warm the
    • deliberately) changed into the form of man with arms outstretched in
    • is a harmonious unity if considered in its fundamentals. Starting
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    • being essentially one of warmth, or of fire; on Old Sun this warmth
    • application of our concept of fire or warmth directly to the
    • warmth. This vital warmth, or life principle, is more or less
    • space, it has appeared for the first time on the Earth. The warmth of
    • worked upon the Earth from the Sun and the Moon charmed from it, as
    • garment.’ This is a wonderful description of that evolution
    • warmth and light of the sun. This was the gift made by Zeus to the
    • earth. The earth covered herself with the garment of plant and animal
    • a garment.
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    • garment of the Christ, resembling in its form the being within it.
    • spoke of Vishvakarman, who was the same cosmic being to whom
    • be warmed by their message, to be permeated by the fire and
    • who decline to accept this new teaching will have to bear the Karma
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    • but it had to be poured in again as a ferment. That which was harmful
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    • In order to establish harmony between various statements already
    • able to establish harmony between things already familiar to us and
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    • way in the study of the Karma of an individual by trying to look at
    • perceive the Christ as anything other than Vishvakarman — a
    • and of Karma, but in the older religion they are to be found in an
    • reincarnation and of Karma flowing into Christianity today? Because
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    • harmony, the heart is healthy; if any one element preponderates, it
    • is sick. All human sickness derives from disharmony among the
    • are in harmony. All healing depends upon strengthening the element
    • may be, thereby bringing the elements into harmony again. But talking
    • about this harmony is not enough. In order to effect it one must
    • say, raise an arm. We would not be human beings if we could not
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    • an arm, for example, destroying the balance through this change of
    • is in a state of equilibrium. In proportion as we stretch out an arm
    • with a pouring, a streaming, of warmth into space, and this expands
    • the elastic etheric body. We have something like streaming warmth
    • warmth or cold occurs only when the human being is really able to ray
    • Such an experience of warmth does not occur when, for example, we sit
    • temperature only when warmth or cold can flow out of or into us. When
    • our surroundings are at a low temperature we let warmth flow into
    • them; when our own temperature is low we let warmth flow into us.
    • substance to equalize the outstreaming warmth ether, when we can send
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    • melody, and the harmony. Harmony implies perception of tones
    • consciously converted the melody into a harmony. We are not able to
    • momentarily transforms a melody into a harmony. That is the secret of
    • sound; it is melody transformed into harmony. This marvelous
    • melody into a harmony is not enough; something more is needed if the
    • is a musical tone only by virtue of its harmonics
    • significance. The harmonic series as it is known in the field of
    • these harmonics can be detected by a keen ear. They come out most
    • have no harmonics. In a harmony, therefore, we hear not only the
    • separate tones but the harmonics of each tone as well. Accordingly,
    • if we crowd a melody into a harmony, we have not only the separate
    • notes of the melody crowded into simultaneity, but the harmonics of
    • aurally disregarded, and only the harmony created by the harmonics be
    • transformed into harmony and then the fundamentals disregarded,
    • attention being directed exclusively to that harmony of the
    • harmonics. What these harmonics then yield is the sound “a,”
    • harmonic series must be ignored. At the moment when the soul as well
    • is unconsciously distracted from the harmonics, we perceive what has
    • Incorporated in this harmonic series, which creates the
    • through the harmonics. But what underlies the harmonic series is the
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    • subconsciously convert a melody into a harmony, ignore the
    • fundamentals themselves, and mentally hear only the harmony produced
    • by the harmonics (overtones); visualization arises when we push back
    • and disregard this harmony of the harmonics as well. So, if we are to
    • the harmonics must be pushed back, if we are to develop
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    • of the two armies of conceptions.
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    • The warm embrace: and that, more intimate,
    • is a satisfaction that diffuses so much warmth. The closest balance
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    • knowledge as a karmic fact. In that way you will have arrived at a
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • adequately armed. True, the former could answer this objection by
    • harmonize the cognition of the external physical human being on the
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    • pastor spoke there with special warmth, and with the concluding words
    • he spread out his arms. Suddenly his voice was transformed. It began
    • like a cock crowing, and the outspread arms seemed to her like wings.
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    • karma knows, naturally, that he brought all that on himself; karma
    • seems like an instrument badly out of tune in the harmony of the
    • harmony. Those who boggle at the idea of reincarnation only show how
    • are able to arrive at the peace and inner harmony for which we yearn.
    • inner peace and harmony of nature's laws are always held up as the
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival: A Token of the Victory of the Sun
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    • away until we fall exhausted from her arms ... All men are within
    • the harmony of the universe. Man seems to become more and more akin to
    • us, namely, the rhythm and the marvellous harmony in contrast to the
    • chaos and lack of harmony in the human soul. We all know how
    • harmony in the course of the Sun that our universe can exist at all,
    • and it is upon this harmony that the rhythmic life-process of all
    • yourselves that it is the Sun which charms forth the plants in spring
    • or with his ordinary thinking, is rhythmic and harmonious. Think of
    • In earlier times this cosmic harmony was placed as a great Ideal
    • developed an inner life in harmony with the divine rhythms pulsating
    • itself of chaos, of all disharmony, and his inner life of soul must
    • Hero were to deviate from the divine path of this spiritual harmony,
    • Hero who had reached this inner harmony? They pictured to themselves
    • which their forces stream through the harmonies of the universe. The
    • animals — this regularity was once chaos. Harmony has been attained at
    • of chaos but out of the chaos there will arise a harmony modelled in
    • the likeness of the harmony in the universe.
    • glory, the revelation of the divine harmony in the heavenly heights is
    • a real experience within us, and if we know that this harmony will one
    • brought about in humanity itself by this harmony: peace among men of
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    • bestows least warmth. But it was also celebrated by those who might
    • external sun gives out least light and warmth — at Christmas time —
    • the course of the year, as its warmth seems to withdraw from the earth
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • is faintest and its warmth feeblest, now is the time when the soul
    • take the upper hand, there are two unfailing sources of peace, harmony
    • and warmth of the Divine Spirit. And if we hold fast to the conviction
    • rays of the sun charm forth from the depths of the earth, unfolding
    • under the warmth and light of the sun in spring. But to begin with,
  • Title: Lecture: Christmas at a Time of Grievous Destiny
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    • warm countries spread abroad. And what comes from the warm countries
    • own inner experiences. From the warm countries came the impulse which
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • arms of the boy Ruprecht on the 6th of December, when we follow its
  • Title: Lecture: On The Three Magi
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    • also celebrated among the Assyrians, the Armenians and the
    • epochs were cold-blooded; even man himself at that time, had no warm
    • warmth and the warmth of their environment were equal in degree. Of
  • Title: Lecture: The Revelation of the Cosmic Christ
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    • The peoples from the North were swarming down towards the South of
    • days of summer when the earth receives the strongest forces of warmth
    • warmth-giving rays of the sun shine down upon the earth. During the
    • preserved in the earth from the warmth and radiance of the summer.
    • habit. The warm feelings which for centuries inspired Christian men at
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • of ordinary persons harmonises with their inner being, in the case of
    • midst is the Sun, illuminating, warming them; from this Sun they draw
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    • THE LAW OF KARMA WITH RESPECT TO THE DETAILS OF LIFE
    • nature of man, reincarnation and karma, and the evolution of humanity
    • such a thing as reincarnation, as karma. The beneficial effects of
    • there is such a law as that of reincarnation, karma, and so on. The
    • knows of reincarnation and karma and one who knows nothing of it. In
    • time to studying the law of karma, the great law of destiny, with
    • standpoint of karma.
    • Karma says in a general sense that there is a connection in the
    • place in the past. It is not really a good thing to call karma the law
    • warm. — Why has the water in the second vessel grown warm and not
    • about the warming of the water. An event occurred which was the result
    • the law of karma. As a rule they do not see, figuratively speaking,
    • law of karma. We will keep as far as possible to the concrete, and
    • one an insight into karma. Such knowledge is a help in life, and we
    • education in hand to look out for the result. In this way karma
    • regard the law of karma as a law of life it may become an influence in
    • of karma is experienced between birth and death. There is a remarkable
    • confirmation of the law of karma even in the life between birth and
    • things of life. In ordinary life we find a karmic connection which we
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  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • distinguish between good and evil, but also to feel a warm glow for
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    • divine spiritual worlds. Whereas in former times strife and disharmony
    • — or harmony into the world; for they shall thereby be the sons
    • with a spirit self which is to bring peace and harmony on the earth.
    • In bygone centuries it was, comparatively speaking, not harmful for
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    • the harmony of the lectures to be given later. To-day, as also in our
    • very lack, the Sentient-Soul, which had never experienced the warm
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    • such and such a day does not harmonise with our ideas! Can we,
    • all the harmful influences which, as time went by, have already come
    • showing the karmic fulfilment of the act I have just committed. Some
    • day this will take place as the fulfilment, the karmic balancing of
    • inner counterpart of his action, its karmic fulfilment, which will
    • compensation.’ Karma will then cease to be mere theory, for this
    • possible for men to be shown the karmic pictures? It will come as a
    • could not alarm as Kant does: ‘The thing-in-itself is
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    • to us from outside. This may lead to alarming experiences for the
    • shades. On earth man could create beauty, art, harmonious social
    • that we bear in our soul as a result of our karma. If, however, we
    • improving our karma. Other powers must undertake the correction of
    • karma.
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    • Lucifer's influence is harmful to us only when we are entangled
    • that has always been known, but little understood, as the harmony of
    • the spheres. We perceive everything as harmonies rather than the
    • harmony of the spheres. We now leave the realm of Mars, and the
    • harmony of the spheres increases in volume. Finally it is so powerful
    • that we are numbed by it. Stupefied, we lift into the harmony of the
    • formed itself karmically during that life, appears before the soul.
    • karma. In addition to our cosmic impressions we retain best what we
    • have to correct karmically, and we help to shape a next life that
    • will help to compensate for the karmic debts incurred.
    • karma. We forget all too easily after the cosmic sleep described,
    • an early death has been prepared as a result of previous karmic
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    • restore worth to our ego and compensate for the harm done. In the
    • memory and thus compensate for the harm done. To sum up, we can
    • it. Man has the power to repair the harm done to the ego, to adjust a
    • Here you see how karma takes shape, the technique of forming karma.
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    • progress. His harmful influence does not extend beyond the Sun
    • unfold anything harmful there, and if we have united ourselves
    • understood as the harmony of the spheres, a kind of spiritual music.
    • influences. The entire Cosmos works through the harmony of the
    • change that occurs in the harmony of the spheres. As it cannot be
    • expressed in words, we may use an analogy. The harmony of the spheres
    • with meaning, expressive of its actual being. The harmony of the
    • contract, quickly or slowly according to our karma, and during this
    • by the cosmos, and we receive them in accordance with our karma. The
    • as karma will allow.
    • the head supported by the hand, the arm placed on the leg — in
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    • feeling of powerlessness towards the necessity of karma that can be
    • karma is formed according to the way we have lived together with the
    • karma imbued with cosmic forces, depends on the fact that we received
    • and to our former karma. The fact that there is also an adaptation to
    • former karma that must be harmonized in the cosmos came to me in an
    • stultified. Here we see the karmic connection that exists between
    • find excellence everywhere, but no harm is done for actually one can
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    • in their spiritual prototypes. These are needed so that our karma
    • that the karmic adjustment may come about. The forces necessary for
    • this karmic adjustment are welded together technically, as it were.
    • is now alive. His karma saved him from death because he started three
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    • The Working of Karma in Life After Death
    • everywhere today. But a real warmth of soul can only come about in
    • may be looked upon as the good karma that blesses and accompanies our
    • order is brought into karma. If we have loved a person insufficiently
    • thereby create the impulse and the will for karmic compensation. That
    • is the technique of karma.
    • this was karmically planned is another matter. But do think, when you
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    • to a garment. One naturally cannot convey the language of the dead by
    • A person who is not prepared to admit the reality of karma, or
    • To know about karma in life between death and rebirth alleviates the
    • lived in a special manner in the realm of the harmony of the spheres.
    • warmth.
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    • create the same karma, but the compensation can only occur in a
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    • strife and disharmony may in a sense be regarded as a crucifixion.
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    • him to bring about precisely what lies in his karma. This indicates
    • the necessities of our karma, the gifts are illuminated so that we
    • so that he [can] be adequately equipped according to his karma. If a person
    • constitution and partly participate in the formation of his karma,
    • owe their karma to the conditions described above.
    • Moslems had their karma arranged for them to be born in Islam! We have
    • Karmic connections are indeed complex but light is thrown on them by
    • and love for the task at hand. Others, on the contrary, bring warmth
    • will, if his karma has placed him in a certain situation. Yet every
    • real devotion providing his karma does not entirely preclude it.
    • by karma by means of external events. That we suffer such a fate
    • depends on our karma. That the external circumstances, however, are
    • world that bring about premature deaths, disease and karmic
    • beings who bring about illness and death and an evil karma in human
    • We must, of course, live out our karma. Attention must be drawn to
    • direction. If, however, his karma fulfills itself so that he dies
    • This offers the opportunity for the karma of a lack of conscience to
    • karmic connections of human beings reveal themselves to his
    • unless the karma of certain souls lacking in conscience were to take
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    • inculcate peace and harmony into the aggressive nature of Mars. Since
    • karma is prepared. On the path of return we can inscribe into our own
    • everything, because of this our karma unfolds. Up above, however,
    • earth. He lives on the earth and has received into his karma what he
    • constellation in our karma. That is the deeper basis of the
    • connection between the stellar constellation and man's karma.
    • from within. But at this point disharmony beset Leonardo's
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    • moral human being lies for the whole of humanity, and on the harm
    • where his karma can best be worked out and for this, Lucifer's
    • in order to work out his karma may be the child of parents with
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    • to karma. But if we examine the outlooks that exist in the world
    • of Haeckel, or of this or that (karma, as I have already said, does
    • two hundred; I see only a single swarm.” Exactly so would an
    • Hierarchies; the Pneumatist sees only the one “swarm” —
    • here a bell, there would be many monads in it — as in a swarm
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    • Naturalism, while this harmony again is closest to the conjoined
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    • was so prepared in his karma that at a certain point of time, by
    • accomplish. Only, because in consequence of our karma it cannot
    • consists in the choice of a human being whose karma is such that he
    • constellations. These persons do great harm by hypnotizing the world
    • harmfully, and Spiritual Science has the task of rejecting the
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    • of Haeckel, or of this or that (karma, as I have already said, does
    • two hundred; I see only a single swarm.” Exactly so would an
    • Hierarchies; the Pneumatist sees only the one “swarm” —
    • here a bell, there would be many monads in it — as in a swarm
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    • Naturalism, while this harmony again is closest to the conjoined
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    • was so prepared in his karma that at a certain point of time, by
    • accomplish. Only, because in consequence of our karma it cannot
    • consists in the choice of a human being whose karma is such that he
    • constellations. These persons do great harm by hypnotizing the world
    • harmfully, and Spiritual Science has the task of rejecting the
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    • when life, air, warmth, cold encounter a living being then these
    • were foreign to them. They remained in harmony with them only for a
    • harmonise. If certain transmissions are interrupted, certain parts
    • diseased, then no proper harmony exists between thinking, feeling and
    • feelings into harmony with the thoughts behind them. Insanity is
    • A harmony between
    • harmony exists in present-day man unconsciously. If he is to be
    • karma, points from a man's present suffering to what he did wrongly
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    • change conflict into harmony.
    • and the selflessness was good. Man would never have obtained a warm
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    • in harmony with the inner architect — the whole man is built.
    • harmful effects being overcome through a recurrent similar process.
    • harmless in the organism has arisen in this way and the organism has
    • illness into the bargain. If we want to be strong we must arm
    • harmonious mood of soul which will then become the wisdom of life.
    • therefore she has had to make of wisdom an apparently harmful remedy,
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    • wonderful experience of harmony within the artworks, into the
    • long for the pure harmonious expressions and constructions of
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Nature and Significance of Karma in the Personal and Individual, and in Humanity, the Earth and the Universe
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    • human karma and karma in general. For every hour that we spend here we
    • if we ourselves earnestly and steadfastly believe in karma, we must
    • have confidence that karma itself will dictate to us what we shall
    • strengthened those powers for karma to make it possible for us to
    • will not only be a number of facts about karma, but with every hour
    • our confidence in karma will be more fully awakened, and we shall have
    • after, or many years hence, our karma will bring us the tasks which
    • we, as Anthroposophists, have to perform. Karma will reveal itself to
    • But if karma is really to do this we must go more deeply into the law
    • this way, a description of the idea of ‘karma’ will be
    • ‘karma’ is used.
    • himself an idea of what karma is. It is a very abstract idea of karma
    • idea of karma is too abstract, because it is on the one hand too
    • of karma as a ‘Law of Causes,’ we must connect it with what
    • a warm sunbeam falling on a metal plate and making it warmer than
    • ordinary way. But can we claim that the effect — the warming of
    • the metal plate — follows from the cause of the warm sunbeam? If
    • the warm sunbeam had this effect already within it why is it
    • that it warms the metal plate only when it comes into contact with it?
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    • BEFORE we come to the question of human karma, a number of preliminary
    • of the conception of karma, and to-day we shall have to say something
    • about karma and the animal kingdom.
    • What might be called external evidence of the reality of karmic law
    • foundations of the idea of karma to those outside who may raise
    • idea of karma. But for all this a few preliminary observations are
    • related to what we call the course of human karma? In this we shall
    • destiny, this karma, that the peoples of the West have a tendency to
    • idea of karma which helps to understand human fate and human karma;
    • of karma with exactitude, and we should go astray if we sought in the
    • vast ramifications of karmic law if we go beyond a single human life
    • one. The regular law of karma stretches from life to life, and the
    • karma on the whole, quite certainly do not operate — in the same
    • possible for them to place themselves entirely in harmony with the
    • Spiritual Science, and when they again see how the karma of humanity
    • is bound up with the world karma. In the so-called dark ages when
    • individuality which compensates karmically for what the animals have
    • them the karmic compensation. But what he could not give them before,
    • his individuality. Then he will consciously apprehend the karmic law
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  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma in Relation to Disease and Health
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    • karma, but owing to the contrary nature of present currents of thought
    • discover the karmic cause of health, it will have to occupy itself a
    • Now when we are considering karma we must speak of connections of
    • being. If we speak of health and disease from the standpoint of karma
    • wide-spreading effects of karma will always extend his gaze more and
    • harmful influences from outside have penetrated into the physical body
    • we have often to seek a karmic effect of deeds of a previous life.
    • organisation can be traced back karmically to egotism in a previous
    • formed organs. Thus we can karmically trace the effects in three
    • Thus we see how karma is connected with health and disease. That which
    • power, again adds something new to man, namely the karmic influences
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • the ideas of karma and karmic connections in life have gained ground
    • relate to anything other than the law of karma and its activity in
    • this karma, coming into existence by birth in the way we have
    • karma brings him malaria.
    • Here you have a case of disease brought about by karma which explains
    • the course of his karma are favourable to his development. If we bear
    • is a karmic complication due to previous acts which were dominated by
    • such a way that, through his karma, he brings with him the tendency
    • If a man can fall ill, and can through karma even seek illness —
    • principle, became an integral part of his karma.
    • take pneumonia for example; it is a karmic effect which follows when
    • warmth and cold belong to the sphere of Lucifer. Everything which has
    • to do with making the human body warmer or colder, or that which makes
    • it warmer or colder through external influences, belongs to the sphere
    • of Lucifer; and in all the cases in which we have to deal with warmth
    • From this we see how karma works in illness and how it works to
    • karma there also lies the curability or incurability of a disease. If
    • we clearly understand that the aim — the karmic aim of illness is
    • karma were, to have the force of progressing during this life itself by
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  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Natural and Accidental Illness in Relationship to Karma
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    • consideration as well as for a comprehension of karmic connection in
    • world is moving in the direction of what we may call the karmic
    • have attempted to point out how such a karmic connection with the
    • karma acquires through the conquest of the illness, such forces as
    • But if it is in our karma that we have the desire to mould our
    • the physical body has disappeared, but the disharmony between the
    • of the karmic effects of those transgressions of our earlier lives
    • The question might be put thus: If illnesses are the karmic results of
    • measles in later life, and we seek for the karmic connection in this
    • case. We find that this case of measles appeared as the karmic effect
    • which is the physical karmic effect of an earlier life, how is it then
    • with the soul? For the earlier life will also result through karmic
    • self-deception we must see the psychic karmic result of this earlier
    • life, and in the attack of measles the physical karmic result.
    • If we now see the karmic thread passing from one incarnation to
    • to show that karmic events, the results of earlier lives, are active
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Relationships Between Karma and Accidents
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    • IT is easily understood that karmic law can operate when, in the sense
    • true nature of karma, we shall learn not merely to understand how
    • account of his general karma, because he has not received the suitable
    • We have understood that it is possible to attribute karmic influences
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Forces of Nature, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and Epidemics in Relation to Karma
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    • as karmic fulfilment — as an impulse to fall no more into those
    • Thus we see how karma acts, how we fall a prey to the luciferic
    • incarnation in which man is not through his general karma predisposed
    • In fact, the best remedy against the particularly harmful diseases
    • Here we have again drawn from out of the depths of karma something
    • must study karma, for only when the time comes shall we be able to
    • karma, but only indirectly, through the fact that this battle is
    • try to rectify the harmful influences of the ancient Moon forces. We
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    • our karma.
    • We have seen that our karma is brought into action only through the
    • of karma has arrived at a condition in which he develops symptoms of
    • deal with a karmic cause in previous incarnations. The errors which
    • Thus we can carry within our deep organism the karmic effects of an
    • take place in the karmic activity between death and re-birth. If, for
    • similar, for this would be taking a very narrow view of karma. There
    • view of karma. Were karma really as they conceive it, the whole world
    • single human being, so that each life should run harmoniously and be
    • accident: ‘This is your karma; this is the karmic result of your
    • will be karmically balanced in the next life. When examining the next
    • later life. Karma is not fate. From every life something is carried
    • experienced and endured to his karma; we must be clear that those
    • purposes of human evolution, and a karmic path has to be interrupted
    • have no relation to their past karma. But to have achieved something
    • between birth and death sets up on earth later karmic causes, so that
    • a fate which had no vital association with his former karma, yet what
    • he accomplished on earth will be connected with his later karma. Karma
    • of this life do not lie in the karmic path.
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    • KARMIC EFFECTS OF OUR EXPERIENCES AS MEN AND WOMEN.DEATH AND BIRTH IN RELATIONSHIP TO KARMA
    • AS I have several times pointed out, the great karmic laws can be here
    • compensating effects of karmic causes which he himself has
    • How does it affect the karmic course, if through some kind of measures
    • certain causes, certain maladies towards which the karma of a person
    • with the great laws of human karma that we at definite periods adopt
    • intervene in the realm of karma — these things are not dependent
    • due to arrive. But notwithstanding, we can influence a person's karma
    • which would have come to him as a karmic fulfilment. This
    • certain number of people are impelled by karma to seek for certain
    • conditions which would represent to them a karmic compensation.
    • the karmic effect evoked by their inner being, but rather are they
    • urged to seek other effects. Man cannot escape his karma. Through such
    • From this we may conclude that if the karmic reparation is escaped in
    • what they have karmically fostered within themselves. This is the
    • way for karmic compensation either in this or in another incarnation.
    • certain karmic matters with which mankind had burdened itself in
    • otherwise have sought as a karmic adjustment in the corresponding
    • to seek a karmic adjustment in another way. If life to-day is
    • through their general karma are so prepared that they become united to
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    • FREE WILL AND KARMA IN THE FUTURE OF HUMAN EVOLUTION
    • THERE are certain deeper questions of karmic connection concerning
    • more especially our human influence upon karma, particularly upon that
    • karma, be it to a greater or less extent. Such questions as these one
    • We may ask what happens in a person's karma when by reason of his
    • related to a deeper conception of karmic law?
    • matter. We saw that much of karmic experience depends upon how the
    • certain illnesses in one incarnation appear as the karmic consequences
    • the working of the karmic law. So the consequences of an act or a
    • temptation coming from Lucifer are experienced karmically and the pain
    • of love can we give real help for karma to work out in the right way.
    • soul, we may, indeed, influence the direction of karma.
    • karmic process there had not been imprinted from out of the soul into
    • influences which, in the course of human karma have acted on the
    • that the karmic causes have in this case particularly affected the
    • case no help can properly be given, where, on account of karmic
    • less than that we, if in any way we alter the direction of karma,
    • karma, from incarnation to incarnation, both work to restore the
    • disturbed condition. Karma, working its serpentine way through
    • establishment of karmic connections and laws would be impossible. I
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    • karma; but as this is our last lecture, and time is necessarily short
    • karma, man experiences something which is so organised that at every
    • with what we call ‘Individual karma?’ We have already
    • separate person did at that time solely to the karmic account of that
    • each separate human individual simply lives out his own karma? This is
    • found, but that such events cannot be identical with the particular karma
    • Miltiades or Leonidas had this or that individual karma?’ We must
    • consider this individual karma as something which must be determined
    • that in which karmic events in individual human lives are connected
    • karma of man?’ Let us first of all consider what one might call
    • has been human individual karma, two powers or beings are at work whom
    • own karma upon himself. This is a necessary consequence of his
    • always chain Ahriman to his heels: Ahriman is the karmic fulfilment of
    • insight into the karma of the higher beings. There also karma reigns.
    • Karma is everywhere where there are egos. Lucifer and Ahriman
    • karma into himself, because only thus could he attain to real freedom
    • intention thus charged with our own karma. Therefore we cannot speak
    • themselves by retarded development. These beings live out their karma
    • must take place, in order that the karmic compensation of the previous
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    • say that they are bad and harmful. Although these powers rebel in a
    • harmful activity, but rather that — like the others whom we
    • shadows and phantoms out into the world which swarm then through the
    • certain qualities that feel satisfied, or charmed, or delighted, when
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    • little cottage. Talking over things with those warmhearted people had
    • warmth with it as it came down and sank into the hearts and souls of
    • activities, such as farming, cattle raising and the like.
    • They became capable, hard working people, good farmers,
    • must be brought into an harmonious balance with each other. In this,
    • the triad, of polarity or opposition in the triad, of harmonious
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    • relationships, images of the harmonious working together of opposites
    • up by both peoples, and through this, harmony can be sought. For
    • sense of the word, the harmonious balance of polarities by means of
    • Our karma, our destiny. Here we discover a mysterious process:
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    • intrigant and thereby have done harm to other people. He may
    • reality. If we consider human karma, the lawful order of human
    • destiny, we must say that there is a great deal of fulfilled karma in
    • harmonizing; for the moment it may be lying unresolved in the depths
    • of the soul. Every soul has unresolved karma of this kind.
    • especially large amount of unresolved karma, when his inner being
    • much of his unresolved karma is separated from him. Those elements
    • a karmically determined moment — when the spiritual world
    • say of a great deal of the karma of our youthful years that it cannot
    • be resolved in this incarnation. Much of this karma lies buried and
    • unresolved karma.
    • Unresolved karma of this kind and the
    • it with the unresolved karma. It becomes a shadow-being under
    • experience gathers from it the insight that his unresolved karma has
    • for karma belongs to the essential nature of a human being —
    • Lucifer from parts of unresolved Karma. We can find many such
    • in the spiritual world through our unresolved karma. These
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    • spiritual knowledge, he who is trying to arm his soul with
    • craving for spiritual experiences, nothing particularly harmful will
    • spiritual worlds, should karma make it possible in this present
    • imagine a great swarm of gnats. From a distance it looks like a
    • karma on the foundation of the old earth life. Thus there thrusts in
    • become carpenters of a new life shaped by karma. In this sense an
    • in each soul something that could awaken it and radiate as warm
    • in a true spirit community of souls having a similar warm enthusiasm
    • the warm enthusiasm alive in us, radiating from an open-hearted,
    • gentle sounding from the spiritual world that brings warmth to our
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    • circumstance that Karma obliges us to restrict such an important
    • “Music of the Spheres.” When we work thus in harmony with
    • Karma again unites us on the physical plane. So we remain united and
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    • Heraclitus, Parmenides, Anaximander, Anaxagoras, — to Socrates,
    • karma of that failing.
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    • Parmenides, Socrates, Plato and Aristotle — saved Greek
    • that he feels harmony and rest in his soul, and he describes how men's
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    • purpose of evolution to see things so peaceful and harmless. That is
    • good because beneath this peacefulness and harmlessness the very
    • without having the warmest interest in other men. All inner life that
    • necessary. With the same warmth with which I spoke here about eight
    • emotions! We must accept it as our Karma that enmity has lifted up its
    • this is our karma. Then, from the very recognition of it the
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    • the simplest farmer today is, in his whole configuration of soul, an
    • harmony with the materialistic feeling of the age. Man wanted to learn
    • mathematical knowledge, with which one can do but little harm, or
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    • quite remarkable way this devilish instinct of Philip's harmonized
    • gradually enter the spiritual world. The movement of his right arm
    • The farmer struck what seemed a piece of stone.
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    • will not think about the super-sensible is like a farmer who says to
    • certain part of the grain for seed. I only became a farmer this year,
    • a farmer resembles a person who is not willing to hear that, as well
    • karma mankind is heavily burdened in our present grievous and painful
    • times. Today mankind is burdened with the karma of the dream life of
    • understand how humanity must gradually prepare a different karma for
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • were spread over the regions now called India, Persia, Armenia, North
    • the Roman Catholic side, but in harmony with the Protestant,
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    • strictly discriminate between those persons who do harm to the
    • tell how such harm is brought about. The attempt to come to an
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    • as a result we wish, let us say, to raise our arm; a conception and
    • raise our arm; that will-process by means of which we pass from
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    • stream into my Gemüt, and thus my illumined and warmed
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    • the warmth and enthusiasm of feeling. We can call a man
    • warmth of his Gemüt streams forth to us when
    • a warm heart, a love of nature, love for every being. This human
    • remote it is from the warm heartbeat of life. And in correct actions,
    • though the factors that should warm and elevate the
    • warmth into this human Gemüt. Recent centuries have heaped
    • centuries; but what we need today is warmth of Gemüt, and
    • the stove and then complains that the room doesn't get warm. Yet all
    • he needs to do is to kindle the wood, then it will get warm.
    • anthroposophy. Anthroposophy is in truth warm and ardent: it is the
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    • be speaking. But now the case becomes still more alarming: the
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    • physiognomy and the gestures of his hands and arms; but all this
    • harmony with the universe. But herein the cycle of the seasons must
    • attitude of his soul we can perceive the warm heartbeat of a
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    • a garment, or something she wore twenty years ago; she puts this on
    • by means of an old garment perhaps can have the powerful effect I
    • experience the warmth of the dawn as something of a prophetic nature,
    • enables us to feel inwardly, to experience inwardly all the warmth of
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    • given him as a covering, as a garment, as an instrument, namely the
    • has melody because in their development of inner warmth they are
    • connected with the external warmth. Men of northern regions, on the
    • because they have to retain in themselves their bodily warmth as
    • warmth, because warmth does not penetrate into them from outside.
    • bring this ego into confusion as regards Karma.
    • Karma; for that which comes from the outer world by no means always
    • lies in Karma, but has first to be woven into a man's Karma by means
    • his Karma.
    • man which would not only balance itself karmically, but which would
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    • so full of charm just for that reason.
    • warm, whereas it is difficult to let the will stream through the body
    • relation between the will and the fact of being warm or cold will
    • tree may give us particular pleasure; and if the will becomes warm in
    • warm will.
    • could not penetrate into the arms or legs; everything goes into the
    • becomes warm through its own inner reaction and then develops
    • expanses of the universe. Summer-will, warm will carries our thoughts
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    • the simple remarks of a farmer may be, a man who has to do sowing and
    • excessive harm, in this fine super-homeopathic dilution it is
    • the world is harmful and brings about disease, on another niveau is
    • cosmos as it does to perceive the karmic connection of successive
    • in all this anyone who has an eye for these things can see a karmic
    • see the realization of his karma as the result of his former earth
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    • light. And finally the whole was warmed through by the cosmic ether.
    • lantern on their heads which shines and also gives warmth. Down below
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    • of the arm and the bones of the leg. Confronted with this mystery of
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    • covering the sun. Then came forth as if out of a musical-harmonic
    • (the ceremony began with a musical-harmonic) the speech of the
    • musical-harmonic resounded the voice of this priest-initiator. And
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    • determined by the Karma of the pupil — sometimes longer, in
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    • one could draw this finger until it disappeared, or an arm till it
    • day, you come into a warm room; you feel the heat; you come out, and
    • unite it with your soul. And as earth-man, when you come into a warm
    • As earth-man you can warm yourself in the friendship, in the love of
    • ancient Rome fell, and when devastating swarms of migratory peoples
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    • planetary life-force, through his own planetary warmth in such a
    • work in man; but Saturn with its very different condition of warmth,
    • part the Father carries round his head and in his arms before thee.
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    • which in summer is warm and in winter is cold. Thou breathest the air
    • warm air, it is invisible.”
    • realize and feel the warm air. He was told: “Picture to thyself
    • what warm air is. Warm air seeks to rise, to ascend, and thou must
    • feel, when this warm air approaches thee, that something really wants
    • thou dost not feel at home in this. In the warm air thou canst feel
    • at home in such a way, that this warm air seeks to bear thee up into
    • them from without. Thou canst really only feel the warm air within
    • thee and wouldst like to be carried upwards by this warm air into the
    • have no meaning; but such phrases as “warm airiness,”
    • which is of the nature of warm air. Man felt this contrast
    • the warm air leads one to the Gods, to the Divine Beings in the
    • discovered and experienced through the warm air in the heights, so
    • the warm air and the damp cold, when, armed with this feeling he
    • appropriate season in one direction or another, brings also warm air
    • karma carries in his liver certain characteristics. Such a
    • They are beings born of the warmth.
    • beings are born of the warmth ether under the influence of the signs
    • of the Zodiac. They are warmth-born.)
    • warmth, only transformed during the Moon-existence, and again
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    • earthly substances into harmony with the entire heavens. In these
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    • acid there. This army of insects, often so tiresome to man,
    • sounds, which then pass over into harmonies and melodies, and in
    • humming melody, and into harmonies which then drew back again into
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    • accustom ourselves to deal with complexities. Unspeakable harm
    • When I want to raise my arm — that is to say, to enact an
    • something in my arm before being able to use this limb for the
    • airy, gaseous being, and a being of warmth as well.
    • pass to the warmth realm in the human being. Try to realize
    • fact that he is a structure of warmth, that in the most varied
    • parts of his structure warmth and cold are found present in the
    • lives with his ego in his own warmth, we must ourselves live
    • gaseous, and above all in the case of the warmth. This will
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    • be brought into harmony with the data of modern sense-oriented
    • the differentiations of warmth in the human organism. We can
    • therefore speak of a warmth organism, a warmth man. The ego
    • organization penetrates directly into this warmth man. The ego
    • about the various differentiations of the warmth. In these
    • differentiations of warmth the ego organization has its
    • organism through the warmth working upon the airy, fluid, and
    • ego-warmth organization — works down indirectly upon the
    • element of warmth most distantly of all, although even here
    • a cold or a warm room. You can also do the experiment by asking
    • someone to think objectively and putting a warm cloth around
    • result of the working of the liver-gall system. The warmth
    • structure and the warmth structure in the system of liver and
    • the differentiation of warmth in the organism as a whole.
    • of warmth — I can only hint at this — to the
    • within the earth during the subsequent winter months. Warmth
    • we do not confine ourselves to the dynamic forces of warmth and
    • from the dynamic forces of light and warmth of at least the
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    • harmonize properly with the radiations from the liver-gall
    • into harmony not only with outer conditions but also with the
    • organization instead of duly harmonizing with its activities.
    • lives in the inner warmth-man, as I said this morning, and that
    • this warmth-man then permeates the airy, the gaseous man. In
    • from the warmth organization and the airy, gaseous
    • diseases by studying the warmth and airy organizations in the
    • human being. The effects that appear if we approach the warmth
    • from the warmth organization and the airy organization of the
    • being, from the very outset, a warmth-air vibration that is
    • element of warmth.
    • organization — by the organisms of warmth and air in
    • organisms of warmth and air encountering the solid and fluid
    • themselves in the warmth and airy organisms respectively.
    • relationship of the metabolism to the warmth organization in
    • warmth.(I shall speak of these things tomorrow when we come to
    • a mantle of warmth. This brings about a radical change in the
    • a mantle of warmth, then — speaking primitively —
    • the carcinomatous growth) will generate a mantle of warmth, but
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    • warmth and light from the previous year. We find the strongest
    • warmth and of touch — and try to see how the whole form
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    • unwarranted hypothesis if by some process I make warmth perceptible
    • see this warmth disappear and then speak of the warmth that has
    • disappeared as latent warmth.
    • example, functioning like an object in which there is latent warmth and
    • from which we free this latent warmth, releasing far too much of this
    • warmth into the environment. So much latent warmth is freed that we no
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    • are continuously brought into harmony and exchange with the upbuilding
    • known, for example, that what pulses in the arms and hands, what
    • known what it means to bring about a partial consciousness in the arms
    • arm and hand massage (of course detailed knowledge is necessary to
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    • deal with their complexities. Unspeakable harm has been done in the
    • they say nothing. Now when I want to raise my arm — that is to
    • I had to burn up something in my arm before being able to use this
    • airy, gaseous being, and a being of warmth as well. The solid part of
    • now let us pass to the warmth in the human being. Try to realise that
    • being of warmth; that in the most various parts of his structure
    • warmth and cold are found present in the most manifold ways. Before
    • we can realise how the Ego lives in the warmth in man, we must
    • case of the warmth. This will have to be considered in the next
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    • brought into harmony with the data of modern empirical knowledge —
    • only into the differentiations of warmth in the human organism.
    • We can therefore speak of a warmth organism, a warmth ‘being.’
    • The Ego-organisation penetrates directly into this warmth being.
    • the various differentiations of the warmth. In these differentiations
    • of warmth the Ego-organisation has its immediate life. It also has an
    • indirect life in so far as the warmth works upon the airy fluid and
    • the Ego-warmth-organisation — works down indirectly upon the
    • related, the gaseous still less directly, and the element of warmth
    • warm room. You can also make the experiment by asking someone to
    • think concentratedly and putting a warm cloth round his head. (The
    • liver and gall. The warmth and the warmth-organisation
    • differentiations of warmth in the organism as a whole.
    • the differentiations of warmth — I can only hint at this —
    • dynamic forces of warmth and the forces of the light are at work
    • dynamic forces of warmth and light during the year when the plant
    • forces of light and warmth of at least the year before. These forces
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    • from above downwards does not rightly harmonise with the radiations
    • only be brought into harmony with outer conditions but also with the
    • of nerves and senses instead of duly harmonising with its activities.
    • in the inner warmth of man, and that this warmth permeates the airy,
    • working primarily from the warmth organisation and the airy, gaseous
    • by studying the warmth and airy organisations in the human being. The
    • effects that appear when we work upon the warmth and airy
    • warmth organisation and the airy organisation of the human being.
    • discern in the human being, from the very outset, a warmth and air
    • phase between the gaseous and the element of warmth.
    • embryonic existence — by the organisms of warmth and air in
    • indeed be brought into being only through the organisms of warmth and
    • Ego and astral organisations express themselves in the warmth and
    • warmth organisation in man, and in the case of an internal tumour —
    • treatment is to envelop it in warmth. (I shall speak of these things
    • in enveloping the tumour with warmth. This brings about a radical
    • tumour with warmth, then — speaking crudely — we shall
    • warmth, only we must first have ascertained its specific effect upon
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    • stored up by the earth out of the warmth and sunlight of the previous
    • senses of warmth and of touch — and try to envisage how the
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    • the whole armor of scientific thought has been brought to bear on the
    • fellow-men and to work harmoniously with them. Thirdly, he must be
    • he can live in peace and harmony with his fellow-men. The first has
    • protrude on all sides. These outgrown garments represent to Woodrow
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    • it is not the quicksilver that has made the room warmer, but that the
    • increased warmth is caused by other factors. The market profit
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    • of justice and the warmth infused into it by human morals are torn
    • pearls by a lady. Many people would regard this as a very harmless
    • from a warm heart and enthusiastic for social things. Secondly, he
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    • others, disharmony must of necessity again make its appearance. How,
    • in, causes just as much harm as a lie, consciously repeated. For it
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    • picture: As in the spectrum the warm colours appear on the one side,
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    • For instance, we estimate 20° of warmth in relation to 5° and so on.
    • and thermometer to ascertain the state of air and warmth. So far,
    • Egoism does no harm. This is a most important point, notably for an
    • social whole, it will do no harm. But Egoism begins to play a part in
    • the farmers would have very different prices, and vice versa;
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    • value-creating movement, which is harmful to the economic process.
    • redistribution which may do immense harm to individuals. In like
    • manner the above-described capitalising of land does harm to those who
    • This again I can make clear to you by a picture. Consider a farmer
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    • price which farm-products really ought to have in terms of other
    • living with farmers, the foresters and huntsmen will come off better
    • than the farmers. Farmers, among forest people, have to pay higher
    • thing at his disposal and determines prices. Farming requires some
    • handicraftsmen are living among farmers, the prices once again will
    • tend to rise above their true level on the farmer's side; while on the
    • handicraft. Life is dearer for handicraftsmen among farmers; life is
    • comparatively cheaper for farmers among handicraftsmen (assuming there
    • among farmers will find life comparatively dearer. Thus, the sequence
    • their true level is as follows: First, forestry, then farming, then
    • farm products than for other things. This tendency obtains where there
    • the case of farming.
    • were at all possible for the farmer not to provide for himself,
    • the farmer must in every case keep back, from the totality of
    • from another farmer, in reality he is still keeping it back. The
    • farmer is essentially a man who provides for himself. Hence he is
    • rents harmless in the economic life? But in the first, place we must
    • Capital must inevitably go down. We said just now that in farming one
    • that the rise in the value of farm-products is brought about. At the
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    • farmers or estate owners speaking of their work, one often hears them
    • in balancing his accounts, a farmer were merely to include the actual
    • Rye yields not only grain but also straw; and farmers who sell the
    • it on their own farms; they use it for their cattle and strike a
    • manure a farmer can have. Thus from the standpoint of his accounts he
    • process, which would only do harm if they were left to congest upon
    • illustrating the harmful effects of the coupling together of the
    • judgment to the effect that opium is no more harmful than tobacco or
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    • certainly no State. It was in fact no more that an immense farming
    • eaters. This number A will include all the farm-workers, all the
    • them. Thus the increased yield of farm-Labour is in a certain sense
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    • appalling harm just because there are so few men with an earnest will
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    • also of the chemical, the warmth of fire, and the life forces; and
    • was a wonderful warmth and glow about the whole way in which this
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    • sparkling, the other glimmering in its own warmth, more fiery-warm,
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    • essential part of the dream; they are like a garment that weaves
    • arms and legs is now the organ of perception, and with the aid of
    • into a kind of harmony that we hear and understand. That this should
    • of the planets — at this moment we encounter also our Karma.
    • With our Sun-eye we behold our Karma. Yes, it is indeed so, every
    • human being has sight of his Karma — in sleep. All that is left
    • harmony the forces he needs for waking life.
    • clothed in the garment of myth and was brought into connection with
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    • derived. One part is warmth, light, chemical ether, life ether. But
    • behind all this, behind the warmth and light and chemical processes
    • in evolution. It behoves men to arm themselves against the
    • body. Instead of feeling his body merely as a garment for his
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    • weather have a body that consists of air and warmth, a body that has
    • no solid earth; it consists of nothing but air and warmth. And this
    • composed merely of air and warmth. They are of the same kind as the
    • a karma that their instincts and passions have prepared for them,
    • drinking, and bring these into harmony with the instincts of
    • he cannot nourish himself on air, nor live on warmth alone!
    • and warmth. These also, like the enemies of Jahve, are immature. And
    • ameliorated in the further course of karma; whereas if Lucifer were
    • Like two armed encampments they stand facing one another; on one
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    • warm it and it evaporates and expands in all directions; then it is
    • birth to during earthly life — the bearer of our Karma.
    • Lunar forces and with our own Karma, so much so that we live again
    • again in backward order, our Karma is ever more convincingly brought
    • person's Karma not to be able to come near to Anthroposophy owing to
    • with you the memory of the Karmic entity you had to lay aside with
    • belongs to mankind as a whole. Associated as you are by Karma with
    • the measure of our Karma. For we can only build the physical body for
    • “memory” of our own Karmic entity, we now take in as real
    • unfoldment of our destiny, our Karma. It is while passing through the
    • Karma upon Earth.
    • pictures only, and he receives into himself the will to Karma. He
    • taken on his Karma — taken it into his new ether-body —
    • received my Karma into the ether-body which I have drawn together
    • from the Cosmos, I see how it is with this Karma. Through something
    • soul to whom we once did grievous harm; he on the other hand will be
    • achieve on Earth will thus bring about Karmic compensation in quite
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    • was a wonderful warmth and glow about the whole way in which this
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    • sparkling, the other glimmering in its own warmth, more fiery-warm,
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    • essential part of the dream; they are like a garment that weaves
    • arms and legs is now the organ of perception, and with the aid of
    • into a kind of harmony that we hear and understand. That this should
    • of the planets — at this moment we encounter also our Karma.
    • With our Sun-eye we behold our Karma. Yes, it is indeed so, every
    • human being has sight of his Karma — in sleep. All that is left
    • harmony the forces he needs for waking life.
    • clothed in the garment of myth and was brought into connection with
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    • derived. One part is warmth, light, chemical ether, life ether. But
    • behind all this, behind the warmth and light and chemical processes
    • in evolution. It behoves men to arm themselves against the
    • body. Instead of feeling his body merely as a garment for his
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    • weather have a body that consists of air and warmth, a body that has
    • no solid earth; it consists of nothing but air and warmth. And this
    • composed merely of air and warmth. They are of the same kind as the
    • a karma that their instincts and passions have prepared for them,
    • drinking, and bring these into harmony with the instincts of
    • he cannot nourish himself on air, nor live on warmth alone!
    • and warmth. These also, like the enemies of Jahve, are immature. And
    • ameliorated in the further course of karma; whereas if Lucifer were
    • Like two armed encampments they stand facing one another; on one
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    • warm it and it evaporates and expands in all directions; then it is
    • birth to during earthly life — the bearer of our Karma.
    • Lunar forces and with our own Karma, so much so that we live again
    • again in backward order, our Karma is ever more convincingly brought
    • person's Karma not to be able to come near to Anthroposophy owing to
    • with you the memory of the Karmic entity you had to lay aside with
    • belongs to mankind as a whole. Associated as you are by Karma with
    • the measure of our Karma. For we can only build the physical body for
    • “memory” of our own Karmic entity, we now take in as real
    • unfoldment of our destiny, our Karma. It is while passing through the
    • Karma upon Earth.
    • pictures only, and he receives into himself the will to Karma. He
    • taken on his Karma — taken it into his new ether-body —
    • received my Karma into the ether-body which I have drawn together
    • from the Cosmos, I see how it is with this Karma. Through something
    • soul to whom we once did grievous harm; he on the other hand will be
    • achieve on Earth will thus bring about Karmic compensation in quite
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    • These ideas should permeate us with warmth; they should become
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    • in our souls into warmth of feeling, into the light that shines forth
    • today these two things will unite harmoniously.
    • is capable of being kindled into warmth within itself, within the I,
    • and thus to be well armed against the dangers.
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    • evil; this urge was originally good but became harmful through the
    • not always harmful, but it has become so and has brought sickness,
    • the time has come again to teach reincarnation and karma. We must
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    • A few individuals will come to have such karmic
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    • harmonized everything, in relation to the single members of human
    • warmth. Only through the deed of Christ is it brought down to earth
    • as the power of love and harmony. Therefore, Christ says, “Blessed
    • Christs will appear. Those armed by the above explanations, however,
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    • be a test to arm himself against such attempts and, instead of
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    • they call ‘karma.’”
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    • their sin, that is to say, the karma of their previous lives, karma,
    • moral impulse would come to the earth from Vishva-Karman or, as
    • of Devachan — the realm of the harmony of the spheres. In the
    • shadowing of two tones of the harmony of the spheres. The chemical
    • shadowing from the world of the harmony of the spheres. The numerical
    • of the harmony of the spheres, which has become dumb and silent owing
    • numbers as the inner formative principle, one would hear the harmony
    • harmony of the spheres is thrust down farther still, into the
    • Warmth can extend itself in the three dimensions of space. In light
    • with, as pure warmth, then it will become light, and then it will
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    • exist or that their activities are harmless. They are by no means
    • harmless; they are, in fact, extremely harmful. They say that human
    • situation. Picture for yourself, therefore, a harmless world of
    • established religious ideas. Picture for yourself such a harmless
    • We imagine here the realm of such a harmless humanity
    • however, these others, these harmless souls, gradually become
    • certain harmful influences from entering? What was done?
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    • he rightly strives toward harmonizing the individual parts. This he
    • selected people who, through their particular karmic predisposition,
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    • harmful, because those who make these remarks are often the same ones
    • harmful. Through this one will achieve what in a certain sense
    • exert a harmful influence upon the human being.
    • earth into an army for these principles.
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    • cultivates as a gardener or farmer. In these two realms he can at
    • one is to some degree karmically related. Someone living here who is
    • karmically a total stranger is not even perceptible to a dead person;
    • has boundaries that were made by his own karma that had harnessed him
    • person has made karmically with those who are still on earth and
    • from what is the case in our earthly realm, an individual karmic
    • one. Only that by which karmic relationships are balanced is there
    • whom he had had only distant karmic relationships.
    • assessment. There is a fundamental law, however, that the karmic
    • for one it happens sooner, for another later) more distant karmic
    • over yonder — with whom he had had particularly close karmic
    • relationships. These souls now have karmic relationships apart from
    • karmic relationship to C. Through this, the second realm slowly,
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    • generations. In the formation of arms and hands, for instance, and in
    • His own warmth is conditioned by the warmth he receives and by the
    • visible at all; the harmony of the spheres, which vibrates through
    • nation-spirit works directly through the harmony of the spheres,
    • disharmonies, for example, in the accord between the effect of the
    • warmth. The nation-spirit chooses in Middle Europe the path
    • through warmth. Now this is not entirely fixed, but can have
    • according to whether the warmth comes directly from the air outside,
    • the nation-spirit. What comes to meet this influence is again warmth.
    • Thus in Middle Europe warmth as an external influence is a medium for
    • warmth, coming from within. What works in the organism as warmth,
    • warmth. If the nation-spirit’s warmth works through the head,
    • the warmth of the rest of the organism streams to meet it. Warmth
    • works towards warmth — and works especially in such a way that
    • looks at the things around him lovingly, develops more warmth of his
    • he perceives, but passes everything by, develops less warmth of his
    • meet the warmth which works through the nation-spirit, so that warmth
    • encounters warmth. That is the peculiarity of the way in which the
    • its people depends on this. For warmth is so intimately related to
    • warmth. The other ways of working are not so closely related. Will is
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    • karmic connections, as I have often described — looks down at
    • develop out of his karma, this determines for him where he will next
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    • well-defined conditions — conditions of warmth, e.g., and other
    • airy, the warm or fiery. And so it came about that just as hitherto
    • scholars of the eighteenth century — had ideas of warmth, air,
    • water, earth, that resembled the ideas men have today. Warmth is
    • speaks any longer of actual warmth-ether. Air, water — these
    • gone out of their minds. They were so moved, so warmed! Today people
    • warmth and enthusiasm that rays far out into cosmic space.
    • warmth in varying differentiations — here greater warmth, there
    • being felt itself warm in soul, the feeling would be actually the
    • feeling you have when you are in a well-warmed room.
    • Universe; it formed what we call the Saturn existence. The warmth is
    • The warmth is nothing more than the expression of the fact that the
    • a certain human being. You feel his presence gives you warmth. But
    • the warmth he sheds around him, that alone is what interests me.”
    • Or suppose he doesn't even say “The warmth he sheds
    • warmth is all that interests me.” He talks nonsense, of
    • sheds the warmth, then the warmth is not there either. The warmth is
    • nothing. The man must be there, if the warmth is to be there. Even so
    • there, neither is the warmth. The warmth is merely the revelation of
    • Elements. They spoke of the Element of Warmth, and by the Element of
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    • directions in accordance with the karma of mankind or the karma of
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    • together in an atmosphere warmed through and through with the glow of
    • not merely as harmful but as sinful — and for the following
    • was written in those days possesses a certain charm which we only
    • all discouragement. And if out of some karmic connection he receives
    • spiritual science. But they are warm words of the heart, far-reaching
    • was of immense significance. One left these men, not only with warmth
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    • their legs far apart, and their arms stretched out above. Then by
    • lengthening the lines of the arms downwards, and the lines of the
    • special differentiation of warmth-currents, in union with all manner
    • the scent of the dog was connected with these currents of warmth and
    • The animal develops this faculty downwards, to the fluid of warmth
    • bones of the lower arm, and again he feels its Substance through the
    • of Man through the inside of the upper arm that is connected with the
    • lotus-flower unites with what goes from the inside of the upper arm
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    • warmth-ether. It is unknown, of course, to those who are completely
    • warmth-ether is the sole resistance.
    • modern time arrived, only the element of the warmth-ether was left to
    • offer resistance. And the element of the warmth-ether carries all
    • warmth-ether in the astral light. Now the warmth-ether is transient
    • were scattered in the warmth-ether, out into cosmic vast.
    • fact that it was only a reflection by the warmth-ether. It was
    • warmth-like — were an unwritten slate.
    • write in the warmth-ether; that, however, scatters and dissolves away
    • — men wrote in the warmth-ether; they had no inkling that these
    • warmth-ether will work as an inspiration. The Gods come to meet us,
    • efforts here on Earth. And what we thus receive from the warmth-ether
    • thought righteously conceived in harmony with cosmic guidance. For
    • approving look which tells us: That is right, in harmony with the
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    • light-radiant, sun-warmed air; within this they aspire upwards. And as
    • the Sun's warmth and light, is akin to the process that goes on in the
    • and the arm of Michael appears to us in the midst of a sparkling
    • We picture Michael rightly when his outstretched arm is flaming with
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    • the astral light, but only the element of the warmth-ether. It is
    • the element of the warmth-ether is the sole resistance.
    • the most modern time arrived, only the element of the warmth-ether
    • was left to offer resistance. And the element of the warmth-ether
    • ideas, then they are entered through the warmth-ether in the astral
    • light. Now the warmth-ether is transient and fleeting; all things
    • formed, but they were scattered in the warmth-ether, out into cosmic
    • fact that it was only a reflection by the warmth-ether. It was
    • all the elements — solid, liquid, airy and warmth-like —
    • warmth-ether; that, however, scatters and dissolves away in the vast
    • in the warmth-ether; they had no inkling that their experiences also
    • so, precisely what we gain from the warmth-ether will work as an
    • thus receive from the warmth-ether reacts in turn on all that stands
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    • gently that they are not harmed. Just the opposite: the wonder of
    • the light and warmth of the sun. They are rooted in the earth and
    • the charming and often playful fairy tale pictures.
    • the fairy tale, we can take the poetic and charming tribute that a
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    • placed before him, a swarm of flies flew into it and when he had
    • charming waiting-maid, the queen was freed from the cobweb, and the
    • behind it in the spiritual world. The harmful powers of soul embodied
    • be. We often have things like wrong-doing in our karma that are like
    • backwards and forwards, armed with his sword, he saw something eating
    • up his garments and tied the sun and the dawn together, so that the
    • alarmed, for the giants wanted to kill him; however, they struck a
    • The fox went to the farmyard and made a disturbance, and as the old
    • decipher the different features that are here harmonized so
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    • that they make him warm. He knows, maybe, one or two other things. We
    • ears, feel outward with his skin, perceiving warmth and cold,
    • the eyes, the ears, the whole skin as an organ of touch, of warmth,
    • as a chemist or pharmacologist that he would first feel himself in
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    • Saturday: Inner warmth of soul
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    • with inner light and intimate joy how the harmony of the spheres had
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    • had a charming young sister and who had reached a certain degree
    • with his daughter whose particular charm consists in the fact that
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    • example, concepts of Roman law no longer in harmony with our society.
    • garment the earth dons in order to shut itself off from the cosmos and
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    • before my descent into the physical world. But color, tone harmonies,
    • something to bring about a harmonization with his new home.
    • garments. Just as, in ancient times, architecture pointed to the end of
    • (I repeat) ancient garments reflected something brought down from
    • for harmony; and we need not be astonished that at a time when
    • garments of flourishing primitive cultures you will see that clothing
    • Their garments remember, as it were, their appearance in heaven.
    • garment, and the Virgin Mary hers. He did this because he still experienced
    • from heaven, expresses himself through his garments.
    • derive significance through the fact that they provide warmth. Well,
    • on to him karmically from his previous earth-life. In the formation
    • so difficult to come into harmony with the whole of this teaching. Though,
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    • the joy of primitive people in their garments, and their sense —
    • which did not harmonize with what they had experienced during their
    • and, because I carry out the same motions, see the same color harmonies
    • inner harmonic-melodic relationships of cosmic existence out of which
    • to the degree that he feels its harmonization with the mystery of his
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    • deeply perceived, taught him the harmonization he lacked when he left
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    • harmony, melody, imagination, this fact, even today, makes poetry poetry.
    • head position changes, the child in the mother's arms moves. What we
    • What he invokes through the depths of his colors, through color harmony,
    • man felt the harmony between science, religion and art. This perception
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    • otherwise than in a red garment and blue cloak, because only so is the
    • Mother of God placed rightly into earthly life; the red garment depicting
    • out. Now take the details, the individual colors and their harmonious
    • lies that part of human nature which is connected with karma. And just
    • of karma can lead to inmost tragedy. Tragedy will flourish when man
    • experiences karma. As long as we live in our thoughts we are free. But
    • it becomes a power proceeding from man himself. This is his karma. Because
    • upon the earth. This is the tragedy of karma. If past tragedy is that
    • of daimonology, future tragedy will be that of karma.
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    • in a way that harmonizes with what they feel themselves as souls. Whoever
    • Now the rest of man becomes active. Arms and fingers begin to act as
    • impossible. The head must be able to rest, to remain empty; arms and
    • world-configuration: a marvelous harmony between the breath rhythm and
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    • a blue garment — a blue which becomes gradually lighter toward
    • we relate the individual tone to harmony or melody in order that, together
    • the single tone expands into a melody and harmony leading straight into
    • fashion. To repeat: power of phantasy is power to grow and harmonize
    • of an arm in childhood is the same force which works in us later, in
    • desires and passion are crossed by paths of destiny, of karma, active
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    • themselves to it, and no one notices the harm that is really
    • substance. He had prepared himself according to his Karma, according
    • own spiritual garment, as it were. Now he has to descend to earth. I
    • centred on his inner spiritual life. He builds up his Karma in
    • make the same impression on the child as his own arm makes on
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    • spots for eyes, a dab of ink for a mouth, and some sort of arms, then
    • This is only said because it is not known today how harmful it is
    • only do harm. The important thing is to find a loving word, a word
    • filled with warmth of heart — or rather many words, for these
    • authority by the warmth of feeling with which you deal with these
    • particular difficulties, and by meeting the child with inner warmth,
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    • within him, but harmonised. All the qualities tone each other down,
    • as it were, and man is the harmonious flowing together, or, to put it
    • then, it is a question of a synthesis, a harmonising of everything
    • part forwards here, so that this latter part is not harmonised with
    • harmonised form.
    • agriculture. He will know that the farmer manures the ground because
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    • yourself: Something is leading me karmically to the children so that
    • through the workings of Karma. [Dr. Steiner retained
    • the ancient oriental word “Karma” in speaking of the
    • it is presented with a certain grace and charm. Suppose I were to
    • harmony.
    • the way to inculcate in the child a real feeling for form, harmony,
    • to perceive other examples of harmony to be found in the world.
    • one can achieve certain harmonies in colour. Suppose we do an
    • be very harmonious. This of course must be carried out with paints,
    • will gradually lead to a feeling for the harmony of colours. The
    • thereby save the children from what can work such harm in their soul
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    • this gymnastic movement (arms outstretched), you have the feeling
    • that you are bringing your two arms into a horizontal direction. If
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    • alternation in the shape and position of the muscles of the arms is
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    • fundamental error, and is still harmful as a hindrance to an
    • meaning what we describe simply as warmth. They held that these four
    • the forearms and hands and fingers. They are heavy and clumsy in the
    • forearms with the fingers, the mass recedes in man, whereas it is very
    • systems of underjaw, arm, leg, foot — by means of this
    • beings, where the weight of the jaws recede and the arms and finger
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    • and proceed in harmony with it. This will provide us later on with the
    • master one another, proceed harmoniously as they are mutually
    • harmoniously with the lower) to the diseased organism. In describing a
    • (harmoniously mediated by the damming up in the heart). You will
    • the lower organic sphere is alarmingly prevalent in present-day
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    • harmonised with the assumption that there are two kinds of nerves:
    • night, for blood poisoning would develop, unless the arm was
    • precautions, suction of the wound, etc., but not remove an arm on the
    • man is prevented for one reason or another, from using one of his arms
    • or hands for any purpose, the other arm or hand grows more powerful,
    • be able to cut off a finger or an arm, in the certainty that it would
    • have first armed ourselves with the preliminary knowledge outlined
    • that the nerve centres are enclosed in a firm armour of bone. The
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    • and the warmth inseparable from light, is linked up with the internal
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    • principally light, but also others, for instance, warmth — and
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    • harmoniously together, the astral body often has to intensify its
    • harmony of elasticity in physical and etheric bodies is of course
    • results illustrate the harm of too short a view of the whole course of
    • the case and avert possible harmful by-effects, but allow the process
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    • dependent on the manner in which he develops warmth. Here you see the
    • relationship of the heart's activity with the impulse of warmth in the
    • world belong to man; and you conclude that if enough warmth is
    • warmth developed in the process of life, is itself the measure of the
    • “physical” methods. [e.Ed: i.e., open air, light, warmth, etc.] For the
    • the solid earth and the realms of air, water and warmth. Behind and
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    • tendency to harmonise deformations. Of course I do not allude to gross
    • constitution. Here it is advisable — there again it would do harm.
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    • warmth mantle round the earth. If we could ascend straight from the
    • warmth conditions, surprisingly different from what we know on the
    • contents of this warmth sphere perform much the same office as the
    • we represent the extra-telluric warmth
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    • comes as clearly as the normal awareness of our legs and arms, or our
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    • line with a further pharmaceutical effect of mistletoe, i.e., its
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    • would have only stumps in the place of arms and legs. Thus we might
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    • this region begins to develop independent processes, out of harmony
    • disharmony.
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    • moment of the immense difference between arms and legs in the human
    • frame, as distinct from the animal. The arms of man, which are
    • fact we may say that in the case of the arms, the astral body acts
    • from and inwards through the skin, enveloping arms and hands and
    • that of massage applied to the hands and arms. If the arms are treated
    • arms become very much more instruments of the will than they would
    • secondary effects of massage whether starting from the arms and mainly
    • the arms is much helped by massage of the upmost region of the trunk.
    • which one is sometimes obliged to apply, are actually harmful. Let us
    • is sometimes compelled to accept a harm, simply arising through the
    • sensations of warmth or cold. If anything, whether compress or bath,
    • sensation of warmth, e.g., a warm compress, its effects are not due to
    • to the action of warmth itself; and the action of warmth is identical
    • soluble when in solid form. They do not easily operate even in warm
    • sulphuric, as, e.g., sulphur itself, used as accessories to warm
    • weaken thereby the harmful action of the forces of earth”: that is to
    • your organism the harmful influence of earth; and if you are able to
    • vigorous, or harm may ensue. Here is the domain in which owing to
    • the most harm in life is not done by the greatest mistakes, for such
    • to man on the one hand, and what tends to cause harm on the other.
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    • his arms and legs and especially of his hands and feet, we shall find
    • Moreover smaller dosages of substances used pharmaceutically have the
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    • harmony between the general type of action of a given individual and
    • later stage, by the working of warmth. One might say that during the
    • those which act through light, and those acting through warmth. The
    • of warmth. Here we have a most significant indication and gauge for
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    • to regulate. Just as the horizontal position of the arms of a balance
    • alone, but in the female the arm of the scale rises towards the
    • harmful influences of heredity through the germ, can be combatted
    • and care to the health of their women, wages war against the harmful
    • processes are made even and harmonious. Please note that I am stating
    • a fact; I make no recommendation here, for it may be very harmful in
    • certain harmony. And so in cases of antimonial poisoning coffee acts
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    • looks at the effect produced by throwing a handful of salt into warm
    • These exercises follow regular rules and apply to arms, hands, legs and
    • harmfully on dental formation, and why one need not ask why girls who
    • sleep, so that man is always in danger of harmful effects on the blood
    • sphere, and of course not in doses large enough to cause harm.
    • of view. In this way harm is done which it would be superfluous to
    • co-operation and support in fighting the very harmful prejudice
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    • defects are often a karmic necessity. Man has exact knowledge of
    • harmoniously synthesized hereditary substance can become a mirror.
    • even of the air — through that organ. The warmth permeating the
    • it does not fall to our lot by chance, but as a karmic necessity. Out
    • karma, if we want to understand the child.
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    • true rhythm. To educate backward children is to intervene in karma.
    • line of direction in accordance with karma. What works in the
    • individuality as the real impulse of karma shows itself overpowered
    • bringing with him his karma — is able to receive into himself
    • can actually happen that a human being, owing to his karma, arrives
    • this very inadequate milk jug. For his karma may not enable him, for
    • furnish a psychography of the case, and look rather at the karmic
    • making, that is to say, a deep intervention in karma. Whenever we
    • give treatment to a backward child, we are intervening in karma.
    • And it goes without saying, we must intervene in karma in this
    • elderly farmer attended the course, who is also an old member of the
    • backward children it is a matter of deep intervention in karmic
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    • Air, and partially with Warmth. Astral body especially connected with
    • disturbances in circulatory system element of warmth to be stressed.
    • also its physical expression in the warmth organism — gravity
    • part of the all-pervading “warmth” through which we are
    • WARMTH
    • draw a line through the word “warmth”, because it is with
    • the force of “warmth”. (You must remember, throughout,
    • that the warmth element works in two directions; part of it reacts on
    • WARMTH
    • or spiritual, let him feel movements that he makes with his arms; let
    • left arm, and then again into a stretching movement with the right
    • arm; finally, with both arms at once. Another way of helping him to
    • connection with warmth, we should accustom epileptic children
    • feel the warmth. It is, as a matter of fact, quite wrong to
    • They should, in fact, be a little too warmly clad. This is
    • arise? Everything is conditioned, of course, by karma. We have
    • karma.
    • see how moral defects which are connected with karma are forces of
    • child this evidence of what may be described as karmically
    • harmless manner. You may notice a child beginning to take whatever he
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    • soul we have to do with karmic connections which come to
    • patient's karma, things are bound to take their course in such and
    • and deeds. For here karma can take different roads; karma can even be
    • Not that it ever fails to come, but karma can be fulfilled in many
    • associated with air, of the differentiations in warmth, in light, in
    • into his whole environment — into weight, into warmth; he
    • connected more with the higher elements, with a part of the warmth,
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    • impulse of karma) and the gradual development of the child through
    • outside, vibrating all over the organism in its sensibility to warmth
    • harmonize. The physical organisation, let us say for example, is too
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    • harmony with the rest of the head. You will be quite right in
    • clear evidence of this in the fact that the arms, and also the legs,
    • arms and legs; the brain enlarges and spreads out at the back of the
    • nothing else than a working of karma, for it can have no connection
    • makes a movement with his arm as if to take hold of something; the
    • If he had, he would have lifted his arm in the way I showed him. With
    • not harmoniously developed. Karmic complications lie behind this.
    • with his karmic antecedents, he could have been a genius. In the
    • child in whom you want to produce a right harmony between astral and
    • head a harmonising influence upon the metabolic system. We shall
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    • establish in him the right and proper harmony between the astral and
    • adjust the latter and bring it also into good harmony, you will have
    • to induce a harmonious co-operation of astral and ether bodies.
    • after the child was better again, paralysis of the left arm and leg
    • he is clumsy with the left arm.
    • the charm of the thing is a little spoiled. Let us say, you begin to
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    • formation. A charming little girl with blue eyes is a sulphurous
    • shall be able definitely to bring the head more nearly into harmony
    • his arms and got blue in the face. Blueness is always a sign of
    • strong karmic connection between her and the child; on the other hand
    • naturally expect with such a deep karmic connection, transfers itself
    • brought in.) Look at her! A dear little girl! Charming, is she not?
    • and full of vigour. (The girl bites at Dr. Steiner's arm.) She is
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    • baths to help astral harmonise with physical and etheric. Mustard and
    • of cramp in the left leg, while the left arm grew tense and rigid;
    • account to allow yourself to be alarmed or thrown off your guard.
    • itself into the ether and physical bodies in a harmonious manner. To
    • internally as well. The treatment has the effect of harmonising the
    • we shall harm the child rather than heal.
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    • organism of man, they are peculiarly adapted to restore harmony
    • between astral body and ether body. And harmony between astral body
    • disharmony is due not to an excessive attraction exerted by the ego
    • meditation; it will be like sinking into a snug, warm nest! No, the
    • can see evidence of a remarkable karma. The astral body is
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    • this. First, put the child into a bath of moderately warm water, and
    • Anthroposophical Movement, and it would surely be good if the karmic
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    • only the physical and etheric organisation. Hence the harmful effect
    • filled with rapturous devotion to the baby in her arms. In her
    • case the rapture is justified, for the child in her arms is other
    • each his child on his arm. The Egyptians, when they moulded the
    • arms, fondling it and caressing it tenderly. And now, if the teacher
    • hope and promise — is carried on in entire harmony with the
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    • warmth in man. Nothing of the outer conditions of warmth
    • organism. When we investigate the manifestations of warmth
    • outside in Nature, we know that warmth raises the temperature
    • of things in the outer world. We say that warmth penetrates
    • in the same way by warmth we should be made ill by it. It is
    • we are able to receive this warmth-process which is being
    • of health. We are harmed by either heat or cold directly we are
    • In respect of warmth or cold everyone can
    • with regard to melody and harmony, we say to ourselves at first
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    • forces of the plants — which we eat without harm
    • cannot eat because they are harmful but which, because they
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    • simplest example: — the condition of warmth in man.
    • Nothing of the outer conditions of warmth must be carried on
    • investigate the manifestations of warmth outside in Nature, we
    • know that warmth raises the temperature of things in the outer
    • world. We say that warmth penetrates into things. If we, in our
    • organisation, were to be penetrated in the same way by warmth
    • this warmth-process which is being exercised upon us, into our
    • that our organisation is in a state of health. We are harmed by
    • warmth or cold, everyone can see this quite easily for himself.
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    • without harm — and the physical and etheric forces in the
    • those plants which we cannot eat because they are harmful but
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    • karma of a person demands it or because an individual is
    • warmth and were deeply devoted to their leader. He took this
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    • world sounded like a wonderful harmonious choir, and after
    • they spoke of Vishva-Karman as a Being beyond the range of
    • their knowledge. Vishva-Karman is none other than the Christ
    • Zarathustra's astral body as if it were a garment.
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    • wisdom, the Masters of Wisdom and of the Harmony of
    • call of the Masters of Wisdom and of the Harmony of Feelings.
    • these Masters of Wisdom and of the Harmony of Feelings are at
    • times, today the Masters of Wisdom and of the Harmony of
    • harmonizing light of Francis of Assisi, which he received as
    • force of the Masters of Truth and of the Harmony of Feelings
    • with the great harmony of anthroposophical life. Thoughts
    • harmony is something like an external garment of
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    • existence, it warmed the hearts of humanity and filled them
    • warmth of our sensibilities.
    • warmth in our blood, whereas the air outside, including all
    • inner warmth pulsating in our blood and felt the life that
    • His warmth is in the lightning, His nerves in the air, His
    • cannot harm us. When we understand these spiritual Easter
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    • human beings whose karma provides for this. After the Mystery
    • of Golgotha had been accomplished, an individual whose karma
    • they were mature enough and when their karma called for this.
    • kindle souls so that they warm up to an engaged and lively
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    • doctrines of reincarnation and of karma, Spiritual Science is
    • materialistic-scientific facts, reincarnation and karma would
    • can make our hearts happy and warm our capacity to love. Yet
    • about reincarnation and karma, or about the members of the
    • grows for us out of karma — this plan of destiny
    • warm and transillumined; our whole existence will be
    • endeavors can lead. All discord, all disharmonies of life
    • will disappear opposite the harmonious thoughts and feelings
    • normal human beings, the Masters of Wisdom and of the Harmony
    • exist today, the Masters of Wisdom and of the Harmony of
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    • warmth into our house. Similarly, by getting used to
    • garment — of the spiritual life of the exalted
    • charming. The seer may, for example, observe the ruins of the
    • intriguing charm of its lines. However, when he takes his
    • represented Christ was called Vishva Karman. Zarathustra
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    • will seen in the action of our arms and hands, legs and feet; in the
    • physical warmth, the movement of the blood and muscles which then
    • associated with warmth or warmth with light. Present-day consciousness
    • summer and winter sun, since we are warm in summer and cold in winter;
    • we are either warm or freezing, can be perceived in the shadow as
    • we have farmers' calendars which tell the farmer that on such and such
    • farmers must undertake this or that work, or the bulls be introduced
    • growing into powers of opposition, create the harmful, devastating
    • things which are the expression of forces that have grown to harmful
    • to take whatever was harmful from the opposing giant powers and
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    • disharmony within themselves: “I come as spirit from a world of
    • after-effects of sleep in their limbs, the arms, right down into the
    • reflected from flowers and stars. Farmers know this better than the
    • city dweller does, for during the winter they use the Sun's warmth
    • the Sun's warmth but other forces stream into the Earth. Yet from the
    • such thing; if you move your arm, it is a mechanical process like that
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    • through man's limbs, his arms, legs, hands and feet, is continually
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    • permeated with the warm breath of the love of those who thought of
    • not imply any interference with Karma, any more than do many things
    • to Karma. For instance, if we knock our foot against a stone we must
    • not always put that down to Karma — at any rate, not to moral
    • Karma. In the same way, it is not in contradiction to Karma that the
    • for those whose Karma has led them to die before ourselves. That is
    • disharmonies which he had been feeling after his death.
    • if we are inattentive and do not notice the peculiar feeling of warmth
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    • were he to look back karmically at his former lives by developing the
    • harmony of our soul-life disappear under the influence of this
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    • in the air and warmth around the Earth, just about the time of the St.
    • warmth become around St. John's time, at the height of summer, how
    • air and warmth themselves streamed down from above like something akin
    • to plant nature (shaded in drawing). And when air and warmth
    • time, at the height of summer he learned to know how the harmonies of
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    • when light and warmth reach their highest point.
    • of Zeus as the god of thunder, armed with a thunderbolt. Something
    • warm, luminous, satisfied in itself. And he felt that this warming,
    • “During the day the air is filled with the warmth-element, with
    • the light-element. In these elements of warmth and light there weave
    • put on warm boots, for example, in order not to get chilled. Rather, a
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    • which must be harmonized, toned down and modified if human nature is
    • because he cannot come near the warmth of the blood. If he wants to
    • scornful because he is bloodless, because he lacks the warmth that
    • inner, vital warmth. The countless questions which confront us when we
    • The harmony between ether-body and physical body so wonderfully
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    • to speak. We are taught to speak through the fact that our Karma
    • Luciferic warmth of love, then the result is that, through the state
    • we set free the Lucifer forces which are held in us as by a charm, and
    • existence, we summon him into ourselves and warm him with the love
    • world, we unite our warmth and our understanding love with the
    • understand how they have come about from cosmic, karmic necessity.
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    • and the natural-ethical harmonizes with the human personality,
    • borne by love, illuminated by wisdom and warmed by steadfast
    • Er soll harmonisch klingen
    • Die Welt erwarmenden,
    • harmoniously resounding,
    • I will warm the stuff of souls,
    • wash the world in warmth
    • until we tire and fall from her arm ...” etc. This mighty
    • deinen heiligen, sanften Arm genommen! Ja, Tochter Jovis, hast du
    • heil’gen, sanften Arm genommen.
    • gentle, holy arms! O, daughter of Jove, hast thou led home the man
    • Within the holy shelter of thine arm
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    • can ail thee, knight-at-arms,
    • O, what can ail thee, knight-at-arms,
    • warme the world, that's done in warming us.
    • Und flog, erwacht, in ihrem Arm dahin.
    • Cricket's song, in warmth increasing ever,
    • Loose to the wind their airy garments flew,
    • And guard with Arms divine the British Throne.
    • harmony between blood-circulation and breathing. The Greek wished
    • to expression in his speech: it was the harmony between
    • harmony between the pulse, which is connected with the heart, and
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    • harmony and so on, take on a kind of independent, external
    • harmony, etc., is laid aside, yet the element of differentiation
    • always overcome a world of harmony, a world of inner consonances
    • and dissonances. It is from harmony, from
    • that lives in man in the way of vanquished or allayed harmonies,
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    • Armes Herz!
    • tumult of thy mighty harmonies
    • still und harmlos – Das Geschoss
    • Die armen
    • Mit furchtbarm Eidschwur, den nur Gott
    • ein armselig Grattier zu erjagen. Hier
    • charmes
    • essuyé mes larmes.
    • veil! and Rosepetal falls into his arms.
    • das Eidechschen geschlüpft kam, sich auf einen warmen Stein
    • Lebenswandel begonnen. Rosenblütchen hat recht zum Erbarmen um
    • Arme. Eine ferne Musik umgab die Geheimnisse des liebenden
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    • ring out in harmony
    • harmony to tonal being
    • will enwarm soul-substance
    • charm
    • fill the world with warmth,
    • harmonious association, so that they may resolve in harmony what
    • through the spirituality of harmony. This is manifested even in the
    • harmony lies in the sounds, in the very word-formation, so that
    • Her garments rejoice in the vocal wind & her
    • harmony!
    • Bearing within their arms to the
    • deep dark water the garments
    • the garments to dry on the beach in the glare of the
    • White-armed Nausicaa with the
    • folded the beautiful garments,
    • which strives inwardly toward a certain rhythm or harmony of
    • inner harmonising of rhythms in human nature. Let us picture the
    • ratio, their harmony with the breath. Let us bring the first two
    • ourselves by examining the harmony of the four and the one: the
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    • an apprehension of such an harmonious interchange between
    • with seasonal warmth is stirred:
    • sounded, and the faithful Armies rung
    • never, Arms on Armour clashing bray’d
    • und ihrem Arm entfallen.
    • it were the hem of their garments
    • Arm in Arm einst West und Ost;
    • the warm Sun pitty it’s Pain,
    • ‘Erbarmung!’
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    • scheint’s) aus Erz und Marmor, doch am Saum
    • Grows warm in the motionless motion of his
    • eavesdrop on their harmonies;
    • warmth
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    • two is generated that inner harmony
    • Harmonien des Weltalls?
    • charming Lire
    • arms,
    • his right hand, and his holy arme hath gotten
    • hand, his holy arme alone hath brought
    • rhythmical, harmonious and plastic that which is spiritual in the
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    • Could work no harm to the hideous
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    • revelation breaking through in our time: Christ as the Lord of Karma.
    • on the path of knowledge of the Spirit, light and warmth are radiated
    • earth, and we who belong to His army have to employ every means to
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    • revelation breaking through in our time: Christ as the Lord of Karma.
    • the teaching of reincarnation and karma, of repeated earth-lives, was
    • and karma had not yet entered, in the highest sense, into the first
    • concerning the illuminating teachings of reincarnation and karma.
    • the idea of karma. The words spoken through the lips of Strader in my
    • brought in, must come finally to a recognition of karma and
    • Reincarnation and Karma,
    • and of karma could be worked out in relation to the thought-forms of
    • reincarnation and karma. Between the thirteenth and eighteenth
    • tentatively, with the idea of karma. And we do this when we establish
    • with regard to karma, even if only a purely hypothetical
    • but through universal feeling. Or again, to perceive the warmth of
    • nature, to feel how through the universe, along with the warmth,
    • concentrate on the thought of how warmth can exist spiritually, how
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    • revelation breaking through in our time: Christ as the Lord of Karma.
    • research tells us that in our epoch Christ becomes the Lord of Karma
    • Lord of Karma, so that in the future it will rest with Him to decide
    • what our karmic account is, how our credit and debit in life are
    • Being who presents him with his karmic account. And this Being, who
    • stood there as a kind of bookkeeper for the karmic Powers, had for
    • Christ Jesus as his Judge, his karmic Judge. That is the
    • office of Karmic Judge passes over to Christ Jesus in the higher
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    • revelation breaking through in our time: Christ as the Lord of Karma.
    • Gospels can be spoken of today without fear that harm may result.
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    • revelation breaking through in our time: Christ as the Lord of Karma.
    • seems in this case to harmonise with Maya. When we study the
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    • civilisation. The outcome of our own occult investigation harmonises
    • etheric and an astral body which are interrelated in the harmonious
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    • revelation breaking through in our time: Christ as the Lord of Karma.
    • karma, bound up with the whole teaching of repeated earth lives and
    • the consequence of karma.
    • in the course of incarnations is a matter of karma. But all that has
    • on the foundation of karma; of course that is quite right as regards
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    • revelation breaking through in our time: Christ as the Lord of Karma.
    • stages, and then, when his karma is favourable, the others also,
    • each according to his karma — will have seen how he could
    • Karma.’ This means that in future the ordering of karmic
    • with my karmic account. On one side stand my good, clever, and
    • in order to bring order into this karmic account of men, is the
    • karma can be balanced, for every man must reap what he has sown.
    • Karma is a just law. But what the karmic law has to fulfill is not
    • there only for individual men. Karma does not only balance the
    • merely the knowledge that the karmic fulfillment of our deed must
    • karma and at the same time serve the collective progress of mankind.
    • karma into line with the general Earth-karma and the general progress
    • this deed will be karmically balanced.
    • Christ is acting as Karmic Judge will become apparent to a
    • the Lord of Karma. Some of you may say that when the Christ-Event of
    • awakened, will not be able to understand it. The Lord of Karma will
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    • karma. Whereas, therefore, the Beings upon whom it fell to rectify the
    • sense-world, made it possible for man, through his karma, eventually
    • counter-forces, the forces of karma, were not in operation.
    • ultimately have been submerged by it. But the blessing of karma was
    • bestowed. What does this blessing mean for man? Is karma something at
    • which to shudder, something to dread? No, indeed! Karma is a power for
    • which man should be thankful. For karma says to us: If you have
    • it; then, having expunged it from your karma you can again take a step
    • Without karma, no progress would be possible. Karma is a blessing that
    • Karma was thus the indirect consequence of the deeds of Ahriman. And
    • course of karma. But the evil brought by the Asuric powers cannot be
    • possible the working of karma to the end that the Ahrimanic powers
    • whom came the gift of karma itself, who made karma possible for man?
    • blessing of karma? Whence has there arisen in our earth-evolution this
    • blessing of karma? From a Power none other than Christ.
    • Rishis spoke of “Vishva Karman”; Zarathustra in ancient Persia spoke
    • the Power which, being eternal, brings about the harmonization of the temporal
    • possibility of karma. Then He came Himself to the earth, and we know
    • inner harmony among souls; for with every journey through the
    • ultimately to good account, in other words to give karma its true
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    • garment of powers which drag man down to a level below that of true
    • the whole karma of humanity in perpetual connection with the karma of
    • over and above the karma which belongs to every individual human
    • being, there is at every stage of existence a universal karmic law.
    • All the categories of beings have their karma — the karma of the one
    • differing from that of the other. But karma operates through every
    • realm of existence and there are things in the karma of mankind, in
    • the karma of a people, of a community or other group of human beings,
    • which must be regarded as collective karma, so that in certain
    • collective karma. It will not always be easy for one who cannot
    • well be entirely guiltless as far as his own karma is concerned; but
    • because he stands within a field of collective karma, calamity may
    • In the wider connection we must look not only at the karma of the past
    • but also think of the karma of the future. A terrible fate may befall
    • capable of investigating the karma of an individual will in certain
    • this tragic fate, for the threads of karma are extremely complicated.
    • The cause of such karmic happenings may lie far, far away — but it is
    • group, while guiltless, has been overtaken by some collective karma
    • that can be said is this: In the total karma of an individual,
    • without guilt on his part; it is all inscribed in his karma and
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    • to unity and inner harmony — it is for this above all that
    • have spoken of the harmony between science and art. I will now develop
    • religion in full harmony with knowledge and with art. Albeit
    • finally end through a so-called extinction of warmth. All ideas
    • when religion and morality still lived in harmony with knowledge and
    • religion — these three will be in harmony.
    • the world. We need a harmony between knowledge, art, religion, and
    • harmony between science, art, religion, and morality.
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    • that is to say, one who had completely Harmonized his bodily nature
    • the harmony of its parts and its modes of activity the body itself
    • warmth if the root has received the proper kind of treatment. And in
    • harmonization of the bodily nature of man. All the beauty, all the
    • beautiful, harmonious, powerful body, a result of the inner nature
    • conditioned by the body. The legs and arms must be held in
    • and warmth of the sun. In the same way, the soul and sprit live in
    • plant that pour out of the root and unfold under the light and warmth
    • choral dance, felt a kind of inner soul-warmth pouring through all
    • harmonized in such a way that the separate parts should work together
    • from within. The moulding and rounding of the movements into harmony
    • Skill, proficiency, and harmonization of the different parts of the
    • held that when the human being thus harmonized his system of movement
    • Cosmos. The arms, legs and the breathing as developed by
    • being in the world, for it was known that when the arm is rightly
    • arms.
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    • they must move his arms and hands and guide him when he passes out
    • the lips. And it is the labial sounds which impart warmth and loving
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    • fire or warmth thus engendered in the organism, takes hold of the
    • feet, arms and hands when man moves and transforms it into a
    • movement of arms into dexterity of the fingers, all this is still an
    • proceeds from the inner being, depends upon the true harmony being
    • Greeks brought about this harmonization of thinking and willing by
    • earliest years of life and allowing the arms and legs so to move in
    • distinctive movement of fingers and arms, in the individuality of the
    • one harmonize thinking and willing in the human being? At most they
    • man: How can we set up a true harmony between the thinking that is
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    • arms and hands. The whole organism finds its orientation. Learning to
    • remain in the horizontal position. The arms must also find their
    • lasts till death and is especially harmful in advanced age. In true
    • first erratic and uncontrolled movements of the arms into gestures
    • movements of the arms and hands correspond to the inflection and
    • No greater harm
    • lacerate the soul of the child, but also harm his bodily
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    • processes of combustion are harmonized. Bodily and mental training
    • the bones become burdensome instead of moving with resilience in harmony
    • warm-hearted words how much he loves a good deed and hates a bad one.
    • His words can make us so warmly responsive to the good and so coldly
    • we should arm ourselves with a true knowledge of man, with the
    • matter as harmonious and never as in opposition. Modern civilization
    • body and spirit, and true education must bring about a harmony between
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    • a system of education is to harmonize with the natural development of
    • earth and unfolds into leaf and flower by the light and warmth of the
    • incapable of growth. We shall foster a living growing soul in harmony
    • harmonious whole. This one-sided specialized development is
    • life in a harmonious unity. The human head and chest organizations
    • manifested in the higher animals but harmonized into a limb. The
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    • draw something of this kind, where the figures together form a harmonious
    • 1850. Now imagine that you are standing here and stretching your arm
    • back to someone who represents your father; he stretches his arm back
    • stretching an arm backwards to each other. Space is, as it were,
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    • for infinite harm is wrought if ideas and conceptions are conveyed
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    • with the bodily health of the children can proceed in fullest harmony
    • and spirit in intimate harmony with his physical body. In the Waldorf
    • modified and a harmonised temperament take their place.
    • greatest harmony between the members of the teaching staff at the
    • details of life the harmony between the child's spirit, soul and
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture I
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    • the fact that the Greeks were still able to feel the harmony
    • still felt this harmony until the 30th or 40th year. He still
    • permeating the arm or the leg, giving them their form. This was
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    • outward sign that such a person is able to bring to harmonious
    • extraordinarily harmonious, for right into extreme old
    • age he was able to develop everything that lay in his karma.
    • fruition the potential gifts with which karma had endowed him.
    • the full his karmic potentialities; now nothing more is left,
    • wonderfully beautiful Apollo head, from which only harmonious
    • harmonious expression of karmic predisposition and karmic
    • Such a personality, standing so harmoniously in life and
    • have to do with an exceptionally harmonious life; with a life
    • continual disharmony between his life of soul and spirit and
    • his physical body. His head completely lacks the harmonious
    • question therefore arises: What lies karmically, coming
    • karma. If, with a sense of earnest scientific
    • finds a definite karmic cause underlying them, the results of
    • happen. Either everything goes as harmoniously as with Goethe,
    • so that one says to oneself: Here we have to do with Karma;
    • here everything appears as the result of Karma. Or the opposite
    • through the burden of his karma.
    • comes down from the spiritual world with definite karmic
    • realise, to fulfil his karma, but for some reason this does not
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    • stretch out their hand and arm, while keeping the upper part of
    • upper part of the body follow the movement of arm and hand. I
    • stress the consonants will bring his whole arm to his aid when
    • details into a harmonious whole. This is why, for instance,
    • figure with arms and legs; then make eyes with blobs of ink and
    • a model — he knew the difference between an arm when it
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    • freely in space without need of support, so that the arms and
    • definite degree of warmth, can be brought into a condition in
    • which that warmth, hitherto bound up with substance, becomes
    • warmth. In the case of mineral substances we have the courage
    • “bound” warmth and “free” warmth. We
    • are freed to some extent, just as warmth becomes free from the
    • certain farmers, I gave an agricultural course, at the end of
    • which a farmer said: Today everybody knows that our vegetables
    • are dying out, are becoming decadent and this with alarming
    • up of all the animal forms moulded into one harmonious
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    • is remarkable how Karma works, for the Waldorf School, which is
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    • and in order to ensure complete harmony and agreement we
    • if the aim is to achieve an individual and harmonious
    • such warmth that the child perceives that we love the sun and
    • everything in life is to form a harmonious whole,
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    • not only wasted effort, but is actually harmful, for the child
    • temperaments in harmonious, balanced activity. And this
    • harmonious condition. So I can treat the child in this
    • together of religion, art and science, for it is in harmony
    • these things, the harmonious coming together of religion, art
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    • the form of the upper arm with the second, and in the lower arm
    • bone in the upper arm, but two in the lower arm, the
    • along, letting their arms loose; call up feelings for these
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    • before leaving Holland, I should express my very warmest thanks
    • with karma. For the anthroposophical movement as such is,
    • people say that anthroposophy is a warmed-up Gnosis. They do
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    • are concerned with a certain harmonizing of the spirit and soul
    • combination will bring about the harmonizing of the
    • harmony, because the child has then not only an external
    • of course, dangerous. If it happens through Karma it must be
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    • fear, the feeling-shade of alarm. It is expressed by u,
    • astonishment, u with fear and alarm, a with
    • represent, certainly points to the Karmic kinship of this group
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    • therefore, be remembered that the whole harmonious nature
    • human evolution; they say these things harm human nature,
    • arms are formed on the chair, etc. — should be expressed
    • inter-harmonizing of the Dionysian element springing up in the
    • this is the position: Karma develops human nature with a bias
    • elements of music, of harmonies and melodies, etc., from the
    • of melodies and harmonies, so that in music we proceed to build
    • streams, to harmonize human nature through and through, we
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    • harmony of colours, repetition, in fact all spontaneous
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    • to this, by the arms and hands, with which the human being does
    • feet, and human arms and hands. The difference between the
    • body, and that performed by the hands and arms in
    • into legs and arms, occurs for the first time in man, and is
    • Then introduce a quite graphic description of the human arms
    • animal cannot be lazy with its arms because it cannot really be
    • actually has four legs and feet shaped like arms, and not four
    • body in climbing. For the human body, hands and arms are freed
    • arms. Man can both work with his hands and arms for others
    • if it is unsteadily, when he begins to move his arms and hands
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    • kingdoms. A tremendous amount of harm is done to the growing
    • twelfth year. That is why you will do harm unless you
    • again does the child a great deal of harm. We should concern
    • while it is already warm near the ceiling. In pointing this out
    • round the stove, is warmed first. The top of the room obviously
    • does not get warm first of all. But the warm air has the
    • “The air down below, around the stove, gets warm first;
    • this warm air rises, so that the cold air has to fall, and so
    • has been warm for some time.” In this way you have set
    • transition to pointing out that the warm air expands and the
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    • does no harm. But first go through it with the children.
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    • tributaries. Then you can draw in the separate arms of the
    • fascinated by the sight of the different arms, for
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    • the words. In this way, without doing the child too much harm,
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    • through the feelings, this very object teaching does him harm.
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    • into harmony with the Life-Body. They must come into harmony with
    • man has not yet achieved the right harmony, the right connection
    • spirit. By harmonising the breathing with the nerve-sense process we
    • this must be taken in hand, in order that a harmony may thereby be
    • give the breathing its right harmony in relation to the spiritual
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    • warmth over the whole body. Thus in that we feel warmth we are head
    • point the child back to his pre-natal existence, and you will harm him
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    • conservation of energy; a law which, in a sense, does no harm when
    • kind of prehensile pair of arms from the eyes to the objects. These
    • prehensile arms cannot of course be perceived by means of the senses;
    • most clearly by the following hypothesis: imagine that your two arms
    • resisting force, it were impossible for you by stretching your arms
    • situation with respect to the super-sensible arms of his eyes: the arm
    • of his right eye can never touch the arm of his left eye. But the
    • super-sensible arms of his eyes touch one another. This is the basis of
    • physical world he receives his physical body as a garment. But
    • other geometrical solids lies a remarkable harmony with the
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    • inwoven all that warmth and fire produces. Just think what an
    • because when you light the ball of paper and thus produce warmth you
    • Now there are also higher forces than warmth. They too are round about
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    • ring true; they are filled with warmth, and permeated with reality;
    • sensations of colour, tones, warmth and cold. Thus sensation enters
    • can receive warmth and so on: similar processes also take place in the
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    • related to Will: Smell, Taste, Sight, Warmth to feeling: Ego-sense,
    • warmth, sight, taste, smell, touch — and it even happens that the
    • senses of warmth and touch are considered as one, which, in the realm
    • the senses of warmth and touch are two completely different ways in
    • Then come the sense of hearing, the sense of warmth, the
    • sense of warmth — are chiefly feeling senses. It seems quite
    • warmth, and for a special reason. People do not perceive that the
    • sense of warmth is very closely related to feeling rather they confuse
    • realm of will, whereas the sense of warmth is in the realm of feeling
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    • from the world of soul and spirit and receives the garment of his
    • up to seven or beyond; thereby working in harmony with this assumption
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    • muscles and blood vessels. In a certain way the bones of our arms and
    • have already heard. Hence it is arms and legs, hands and feet that are
    • world, you must study the arms and legs, hands and feet. If you want
    • understanding the connection between the tubular bones of the arms and
    • bones of the arms and legs. To do this you have to adopt a certain
    • procedure. You have to deal with the tubular bone of the arm or the
    • harmonious and perfect conception of this, hence they were good
    • out the harmonious cosmic movements of the universe, it even begins to
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    • this into harmony with the whole development of man. The
    • have reached ourselves. And just as a man servant (or even an alarm
    • milk is connected with the upper limbs, with the arms. The milk
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    • the different degrees of warmth interrelated in the world outside? How
    • does warmth act when passing from a cooler place to a warmer, and vice
    • versa? There are warmth processes at work in the external world; how
    • does such a warmth process act in the human organism when this
    • happens when you bend your arm. Through the contraction of the muscle
    • which bends your forearm you are bringing into play a machine-like
    • First of all, you have a position where upper and lower arm (or two
    • Then this position (drawing b) represents the bent arm.
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    • and he flourishes his arms about, too, in some fashion or other. Even
    • Eurythmy the more we shall bring harmony into the need for sleeping
    • what you read with interest and warmth of feeling the more you will be
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    • warmth necessary as correspondence, i.e. Imagination. Examples in
    • legs and feet, and your arms and hands. Only you must think of the
    • thing in its right position. Now you can say: If I think of my arms
    • answer this question as follows: It is where your upper arm is
    • hands and feet, arms and legs is present in man — more of the
    • permeated with inner warmth is an expression of what the soul develops
    • intercourse, the complete harmony of life, between teacher and
    • they would be falling into the arms of falsehood. They had not the
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    • we may formulate such beliefs into a cult. This can warm our hearts
    • gestures of the right arm, and the right hand (which preponderate in
    • with every single gesture of the right arm and hand, even down to
    • from his head continuously into his arms. So that a man can do deeds
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    • go into philosophic dissertations, however charming, the child at his
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    • harmonies and colour melodies also are reproduced and revived as inner
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    • harm his development, for he cannot as yet have a corresponding
    • arm is quite a different matter than for another child. There are
    • hindrances, impediments to this raising of the leg or arm. A feeling
    • things which are in harmony with the tone of his own weighted
    • such colour as this (orange), for we have to keep in mind the harmony
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    • would very soon be apparent that one can make charming programs, but
    • with things as they are, to make a certain harmony. For there is
    • Kaffee Warmer.) This is the work of a boy not a girl. And in the
    • colour goes with another, he will feel the inner harmony of colours,
    • When the children have acquired a feeling for colour harmony in this
    • would like to draw your attention to the many charming objects we have
    • as is shown here. You see the children have charming ideas: (apes);
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    • bring it into harmony with the soul can say to himself: with this
    • much more harmful than that the teacher should at some time have extra
    • eyes and beautiful mouths, they might be charming paintings; but for
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    • of the larynx, and to make it visible, so that our arms bring to expression
    • arm and the left hand forwards, thereafter the right arm, so that this
    • so that the leg and foot exercise is added to the hand and arm exercise,
    • but only as a reinforcement, however. The arm exercise is really the
    • You have the child make half an “A” with the left arm and
    • the right arm, and so on, so that the child remains in motion and the
    • the right arm, then the left arm, right arm, left arm and then further
    • up to it; thus one has the arm movements forming the “A”
    • aware: on one occasion the left arm was the first, on the other the
    • right arm was the first.
    • between the manner in which a person controls the mechanics of the arm
    • Assume that you make an “I” with both arms; this
    • not that he does this (crosses the arms), but that he feels: here one
    • with his legs and the “O” by moving his arms so. have the
    • movement with the arms; release and repeat, release and repeat and so
    • — the disharmony of
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    • both arms. This stretching should be carried out in such a way that
    • movement somewhat lower, returns again, and does it with both (arms)
    • try to do the whole exercise without bringing the arms back (to the rest
    • The arms quite high up, and back to the starting position, now a bit
    • above; feel distinctly the rounding of the arms within the movement
    • and becoming too warm. If one wishes to attain the desired effect, one
    • then somewhat lower, the right hand over the left arm, and then, so
    • arm covers the other. In the case of “O” however, something
    • won't be particularly happy about it, but that is of no especial harm in
    • it is somewhat harmful when the child doesn't enjoy it. One must try
    • which are carried out with the arms only in artistic eurythmy —
    • Arm Foot Arm
    • the whole charm of the diminished Luciferic directly within it.
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    • right arm upon the left, just as when you feel an object outside yourself,
    • even more clearly expressed if you simply grasped the right arm with
    • can be given — when you grasp the right arm with the left hand
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    • nature and which has the effect of warming the circulation. It is something
    • it in a beneficially warming manner.
    • warming effect on the breathing system will result. Naturally one must
    • by an E movement with the arms. It is a very beautiful movement. It
    • of E movement which can be carried out with the arms now projected onto
    • whole thing with an E movement with the arms. Run so that you pass by
    • you make an E on the floor and an E with the arms and you pay attention
    • person omit the E-movement with the arms. This movement is especially
    • of the arms. Now one must see that the people who do this begin at a
    • out the O movement with the arms one can have a healthy person participate,
    • you hold the arms still and imitate the movement with the shoulders
    • the arms at the same time, an A of any sort with the arms. That should
    • movement of the arms one makes the shoulder movement of the 11. One
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    • rhythmically regular, harmonising activity present in the circulatory
    • skin brings itself into harmony with the outer being of man. Through the
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    • eurythmy calls forth in an energetic manner an inner harmony in the
    • ways: all healing is based upon bringing into harmony what is inharmonious
    • manifold variations: one should harmonize the disharmonious. There is
    • behind and restrict oneself to harmonizing the disharmonious. That would
    • harmonising of the breathing activity, in its refinement within the brain,
    • of the relative warmth and the organization of the air-conditions play
    • tend to harmonize the association of the right and the left sides of the
    • who can use the right and left arms too asymmetrically. For squinting
    • as when sighting. Provided, of course, it does him no harm. In fact,
    • the arm. The slack swinging form has no effect; the sensation of the
    • with the arms while sitting, or while lying down, with the head; and
    • to evoke the most harmonic activity of the abdomen possible, since they
    • simply replace, with a lighter eurythmy of the arms, the fingers, or
    • no more heal a broken leg or broken arm through curative exercises alone,
    • harmonizing the disharmonious. One must be entirely clear that it is
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    • bringing an arm or hand, for instance, into a certain attitude, and
    • in the arm and hand, of the possibilities of muscular expansion and
    • movements of the legs and arms, so that a kind of dancing was added.
    • movements which are carried out by the arms and hands, from the
    • most wonderfully through movements of the arms and hands. My fingers
    • the way in which he moved his arms and hands while speaking, through
    • his hands and arms, all trace of will disappeared from his whole
    • air, can be carried into movements of the arms and hands, into
    • muscles, in the arm for example. Should anyone be able to use his nose
    • the arms and hands are the most expressive part of the human body, it
    • is more natural to make an E with the arms and it has a more beautiful
    • instrument the arms and hands, which are undeniably the most
    • acquires for himself by means of movement of the right arm. In the
    • the life-processes in one or other arm and the origin of speech.
    • child has inherent within him the instinct to move his arms and hands.
    • which seeks outlet in movements of the arms and hands, and in the
    • Although the movements of the arms and hands may be accompanied and
    • movement of the hands and arms in much the same way that we find means
    • the model as a whole, the movement as such, that is to say, the arm
    • muscles in a state of tension; whether the arm is stretched out more
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    • are who live on farms, simply through the fact that they eat large
    • warm. And it's a fact, that to digest our food we need inner warmth.
    • Unless there is warmth we can't transform our carbohydrates into
    • body: it does not have to provide all the warmth itself. By being
    • warmth process. That's the first result. The second is, that they have
    • raw, his stomach would have to provide a tremendous amount of warmth
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    • cow-barn and so on; the right manure is what comes off the farm itself.
    • There have already been agricultural conferences in which the farmers
    • naturally the farmers haven't known the reason. Every older person
    • the farmlands are properly manured.
    • leap over into another. So anyone who is obliged to be a charming
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    • harmony he re-enters the physical world. If it is true that man's
    • creative musician transposes the rhythm, the harmonies, and the
    • well-being, because these tones harmonize with what he has
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    • the melodies and harmonies of tones, is nature's direct
    • comprehensible why harmonies and melodies affect him. Again, we
    • physical world in his choice of the tones and color harmonies that he
    • world into the physical world. The melodies and harmonies that speak
    • in the melodies and harmonies of music and the effects it has on the
    • other than the right accord between the harmonies brought from beyond
    • resound in him in the harmonies and melodies of the physical world.
    • onward in the surge and swell of their harmonies and melodies, a
    • flows back to it again, so do its shadows, the tones, the harmonies.
    • and harmonies.
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    • receive various answers to important questions about karma. Something
    • physical heredity is to what we call an ongoing karma.
    • were as yet incapable of developing warm blood. Only a physical body
    • capable of developing warm blood links a soul to itself. As soon as
    • warm blood, be fructified with a human soul.
    • element of warmth. At the beginning of the Atlantean age, something
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    • reminiscent of musical instruments, and the totality and harmony of
    • we see the human organism as the harmony of the consonants,
    • its earthly garment, the earthly consonants. The vowel element, the
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    • That is completely wrong ” a tone, a melody, or a harmony actually is
    • harmonizes with the sound, of course. Then, the actual musical
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    • today is harmony. I am referring to the sum total of music, not song
    • or instrumental music. The element of harmony takes hold directly of
    • human feeling. What is expressed in harmonies is experienced by human
    • willing. Harmony directly addresses itself to feeling and is
    • harmony has a tendency to stream, as it were, toward thinking. It
    • is brought about by the harmony out of the melody.
    • as harmony can tend upward toward thinking, so it can tend downward
    • the rhythm. Melody thus carries harmony upward; rhythm carries
    • harmony in the direction of willing. This is restricted willing, a
    • comprehends melodies more readily than harmonies. Of course, one must
    • element of melody, but it begins to understand the element of harmony
    • already understands the tone, but the actual element of harmony can
    • head of this spirit. The ability to experience the element of harmony
    • upward — we say, “harmony”; and instead of “limb
    • of harmony, a touch of rhythm, but all interwoven in such a way that
    • harmony through rhythm into willing — finds emphatic expression
    • of the human organization. The element of harmony contains the center
    • expressed in the arms. All percussion instruments — or those in
    • the element of harmony. That which is connected with percussion
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    • were unable to find the path that could lead him to an inner harmony
    • if, with a shaken, but intensely and warmly striving soul, we are
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    • be called chance but may also possibly have been a matter of karma in
    • without harm be kept unconscious must, however, enter more and more
    • either be conveyed to men in a form which does harm, or it may be
    • Beings, the harm that might have resulted was prevented. And so there
    • intent upon doing harm with the down-flowing knowledge; they want to
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    • earlier times men did not speak vaguely of swarms of human beings on
    • themselves the shortcomings of their conception of man. Harmony with
    • future. Our time is suffering great harm, in that the forces that were
    • in Zurich have taken up the struggle so warmly and so effectively
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    • warmth streaming from it. From the earliest times this Gospel was an
    • in harmony with what you have previously heard from me about Christ
    • and then the mutual agreement and harmony that finally become
    • the harmony between the single truths.
    • 2:28 Then took he him up in his arms, and blessed God, and said, \
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    • as with his vision of the astral world he perceived the harmful
    • the way of human Karma and for which he has to make compensation. All
    • ‘Dharmakaya’;
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    • He, ‘Vishva Karman’, dwelt beyond their sphere. This was the
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    • physical sun sends down its beneficient light and warmth!’
    • effects of Karma. In course of time Buddha's teaching must be
    • ‘law-abidingness’ — ‘Dharma’ — which
    • Karma. The Buddhist legend indicates this in a wonderful way by saying that
    • of which men could now evolve ‘Dharma’ from their own souls and
    • understood, has such a warming, deepening effect upon the soul; for
    • warmth when it appears again, rejuvenated, in the Gospel of St.
    • harmony in the outer world. His mission also included the art of
    • Every detail in the scriptures harmonizes with the facts that can be
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    • — Dharma — was proclaimed through Buddha in such a way
    • capable of developing Dharma out of their own moral nature, that is
    • evolve Dharma, the Law of the Soul, from their inmost being; the
    • be called the element of moral fervour, moral warmth, would not have
    • meant the beneficial or harmful workings which run counter to each
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    • Vishva Karman, Ahura Mazdao, Jahve. The Lodge of the Twelve Bodhisattvas
    • Zarathustra taught, namely that the light and warmth streaming from
    • ‘Vishva Karman’ was the name given to Him. The Rishis taught
    • of the Being whom they called ‘Vishva Karman’ and Zarathustra
    • called ‘Ahura Mazdao’. Vishva Karman and Ahura Mazdao were two
    • Karman — the Being who was later called Christ. The legend
    • heights with the power which the Divine Artificer, Vishva Karman, who
    • with the power of Vishva Karman, of Christ. Thus for the Bodhisattva,
    • embodied — fit to receive Vishva Karman, the Christ.
    • the relationship of Christ, of Vishva Karman, to Beings such as the
    • Rishis called Vishva Karman, whom Zarathustra called Ahura Mazdao,
    • concerning Christ, once called Vishva Karman. The Bodhisattva who
    • the powers of Vishva Karman. The Nathan Jesus who received the Christ into
    • — that is to say, permeated through and through by Vishva Karman,
    • Vishva Karman, Ahura Mazdao, or the Christ as He was called later on
    • lectures. The Being formerly hidden in the light- and warmth-giving
    • ‘fire’. Fire or warmth, regarded by modern physics merely
    • spirit, he could say: ‘Out of heaven there streams down warmth, or
    • words of men.’ Behind the warmth and light of the Sun is hidden that
    • the physical raiment of light and warmth. But behind all that is the
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    • loving words produced in the other man a sense of release, of warmth,
    • the warmth of love may be spoken to-day, but when they come up
    • and greater warmth, then the soul will become strong enough to
    • deterioration or even harm. But these states are only transitional
    • will warm our very souls and we shall say that there is supreme beauty
    • years, encounters elements that cannot possibly harmonize with
    • possible harm shall be avoided just as slum children are not sent
    • into high mountain air that would be harmful for them. Hence it is
    • have absorbed the disharmonies reigning in the outer world to-day,
    • garment: and immediately her issue of blood stanched.“
    • 8:44 Came behind him, and touched the border of his garment: and immediately her issue of blood stanched. \
    • connection deeply grounded in Karma. Hence we are told that a woman
    • behind Christ and touched the border of His garment. Why is this
    • woman mentioned here? It is because she was connected karmically with
    • these must be explored in order to understand the Karma that weaves
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    • warmth in the Gospel of St. Luke are those which tell of this
    • ‘The abundance of the stove makes the room warm’ —
    • heated only to the extent that the warmth just reaches its sides,
    • superabundance of warmth comes out of the stove. Here we light upon a
    • can be redeemed only when the warm power of love — not wisdom
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    • and the Teaching of Reincarnation and Karma. Jonah and Solomon: Examples
    • no indication of the great Law of Karma, of the adjustment effected
    • of Karma enables us to understand is not also implicit in the words
    • Path, can enable the doctrine of Karma to be understood. Failure to
    • Karma and Reincarnation.
    • — we may now add — that of Karma and Reincarnation. But
    • the voice of his own soul that the teaching of Karma and
    • been a good thing to give out the teaching of Karma and
    • assimilating the teaching of Karma and Reincarnation. Had this
    • teaching of Karma and Reincarnation. It is therefore not surprising
    • those days. Therefore Karma and Reincarnation were not taught as
    • to an understanding of Karma and Reincarnation rather than any
    • If we do so we shall realize in what form the Law of Karma could be
    • subject of Karma and Reincarnation in an abstract way, the aim is to
    • to receive, as wisdom, the teaching of Karma and Reincarnation.
    • ever-increasing extent, with the teachings of Karma and
    • be suffused by the warmth issuing from the Christ-principle and he
    • in man, for it is by way of this childlike nature that warmth can be
    • garment or pour new wine into old wine-skins. What is now to be given
    • (See No man putteth a piece of a new garment upon an old; if otherwise, then both the new maketh a rent, and the piece that was taken out of the new agreeth not with the old. \
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  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture One: The Homeless Souls
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    • karma, to leave the ordinary highway of civilization on which the
    • comfortable in their warm nest, which so fascinated them long before
    • warmth of the nest much more than they grow into it. This latter
    • really much more difficult than today. Even if it was less harmful,
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    • extraordinary amount adhered to the outer garment of their souls.
    • again, including perfection, consonance and harmony, conflict and
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    • imagination, in the audible harmonies of music, or in the words of
    • Mysteries, and were in harmony with the content of their spiritual
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    • individual mystery centres were harmonized and unified. Thus what was
    • desire for harmony to exist between cognition and the religious life.
    • disharmony between anthroposophy and the old Theosophical
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    • initiates. Franz Harmann recounted how he had offered to write some
    • not wearing the garments, but that is what he was!
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    • appears to be to undermine the discipline of the armies in the Allied
    • charm to listen to me a second time. That is something which has to
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    • sailed into a warmer, tropical climate, the body needed to burn less
    • concerned, nothing can do more profound harm to the Anthroposophical
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    • mountain ranges. And armed with his scientific knowledge, he realizes
    • human head, of the characteristic movements of man's arms and
    • portray an arm in movement, he was aware that the external
    • activated hand or arm and expressed this information in his rendering
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    • consciousness is filled with the colours, sounds and warmth of the
    • brilliant, multi-coloured garment of flowers and
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    • harmonizing influence, it resolves tension and conflict and man is
    • spiritual exercises adequately, no harm can result; otherwise a
    • karma.
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    • took on added warmth, because he himself had generated warmth in his
    • cry of alarm and clamoured for more corpses. Anatomists found there
    • around, in the manifestations of warmth, light, colour and life. They
    • During his travels, through some strange karmic incident, he suffered
    • rising and setting of the Sun, in the transmission of warmth to the
    • stones and plants, a warmth that is actively operating within all
    • who owed his Initiation to a karmic incident. And the School of
    • who had warmed to the discussion would have said: If we still shared
    • has woven the garment of the universe. And behind it all is Demeter,
    • her mother, for whom Persephone has woven this garment which
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    • karma, the arbiter of destiny, plays its part in this.
    • for the circulation of warmth in the bloodstream. He then realizes
    • that he owes his human status to the warmth circulating in his blood,
    • in that he feels a certain inner warmth, a material, yet at the same
    • time a spiritual element within his blood; and that in this warmth
    • warmth-activity of the blood and also that which provides a spiritual
    • circulation of the blood with its remarkable warmth-differentiations
    • blood circulation. But in the warmth of the blood that
    • blood, of the warmth of the blood, is the mystery of
    • of his pathological states. Now the blood should not take its warmth
    • warmth of his blood is affected by his present environment and is not
    • all that is connected with the warmth of the blood is severed from
    • ordinary life, and are still involved in their karma, we cannot look
    • present life. We fulfil our karma under their influence and our life
    • is determined by karma. We cannot look back without ordinary
    • for all diseases associated with karma, leads on from the mystery of
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    • in harmony with the physical and etheric bodies. The astral body has
    • pour into him, if he is karmically predisposed to receive them
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    • with sublime harmonies unknown to Homer and the ancient Indian epics.
    • these beings are receptive to warmth emanations. All these
    • Warmth emanation.
    • easy to produce warmth and light emanations from the human being so
    • warmth emanations. In this respect the experiments of Moriz Benedikt
    • is still true today, that only those can utilize effectively warmth
    • light and warmth emanations of man. In the writings of Eliphas Levi
    • Warmth emanation
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    • spectator rôle is not in itself harmful, for the essence of the
    • beings we are able to carry over our karma from one life to the next
    • and also the effects of external culture upon our karma. We can carry
    • register sensation of warmth reduce everything lying at the periphery
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    • relation to their karma. These are the Beings with whom we are
    • Earth and with whom we either had, or had not, karmic connections. In
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    • an earlier stage the Moon sphere was charmed into the ordinary waking
    • consciousness, the Saturn sphere is now charmed into the scientific
    • support in the karmic development of the forces of human
    • beings, not so much for the sake of awakening karmic memories, but in
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    • will which is subject to the influence of warmth, but it remains
    • lighting of a candle or even the kindling of a warmth-giving light.
    • — proceeds a sensation of warmth, a flame in man. And this
    • with our karmic development. In this respect we must give serious
    • thought to the idea of karma. Today man is not concerned with karma;
    • sulphur has no karma. Only the sulphur associated with the human body
    • has karma, for only human beings are subject to karma. We cannot
    • assume that it is part of man's karma to be experimented upon in a
    • necessary to enquire into the karmic conditions which enable us to
    • do not adopt undesirable practices, such as experimenting with karma
    • when there is no karmic necessity, or with mediums whose
    • water, air or warmth, as the case may be. In reality they are
    • clearly and distinctly, the karmic return of former Earth lives
    • do so by their karma, who clothed the spiritual in material
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    • mountain ranges. And armed with his scientific knowledge, he realizes
    • human head, of the characteristic movements of man's arms and
    • portray an arm in movement, he was aware that the external
    • activated hand or arm and expressed this information in his rendering
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    • consciousness is filled with the colours, sounds and warmth of the
    • brilliant, multi-coloured garment of flowers and
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    • harmonizing influence, it resolves tension and conflict and man is
    • spiritual exercises adequately, no harm can result; otherwise a
    • karma.
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    • took on added warmth, because he himself had generated warmth in his
    • cry of alarm and clamoured for more corpses. Anatomists found there
    • around, in the manifestations of warmth, light, colour and life. They
    • During his travels, through some strange karmic incident, he suffered
    • rising and setting of the Sun, in the transmission of warmth to the
    • stones and plants, a warmth that is actively operating within all
    • who owed his Initiation to a karmic incident. And the School of
    • who had warmed to the discussion would have said: If we still shared
    • has woven the garment of the universe. And behind it all is Demeter,
    • her mother, for whom Persephone has woven this garment which
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    • karma, the arbiter of destiny, plays its part in this.
    • for the circulation of warmth in the bloodstream. He then realizes
    • that he owes his human status to the warmth circulating in his blood,
    • in that he feels a certain inner warmth, a material, yet at the same
    • time a spiritual element within his blood; and that in this warmth
    • warmth-activity of the blood and also that which provides a spiritual
    • circulation of the blood with its remarkable warmth-differentiations
    • blood circulation. But in the warmth of the blood that
    • blood, of the warmth of the blood, is the mystery of
    • of his pathological states. Now the blood should not take its warmth
    • warmth of his blood is affected by his present environment and is not
    • all that is connected with the warmth of the blood is severed from
    • ordinary life, and are still involved in their karma, we cannot look
    • present life. We fulfil our karma under their influence and our life
    • is determined by karma. We cannot look back without ordinary
    • for all diseases associated with karma, leads on from the mystery of
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    • in harmony with the physical and etheric bodies. The astral body has
    • pour into him, if he is karmically predisposed to receive them
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    • with sublime harmonies unknown to Homer and the ancient Indian epics.
    • these beings are receptive to warmth emanations. All these
    • Warmth emanation.
    • easy to produce warmth and light emanations from the human being so
    • warmth emanations. In this respect the experiments of Moriz Benedikt
    • is still true today, that only those can utilize effectively warmth
    • light and warmth emanations of man. In the writings of Eliphas Levi
    • Warmth emanation
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    • spectator rôle is not in itself harmful, for the essence of the
    • beings we are able to carry over our karma from one life to the next
    • and also the effects of external culture upon our karma. We can carry
    • register sensation of warmth reduce everything lying at the periphery
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    • relation to their karma. These are the Beings with whom we are
    • Earth and with whom we either had, or had not, karmic connections. In
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    • an earlier stage the Moon sphere was charmed into the ordinary waking
    • consciousness, the Saturn sphere is now charmed into the scientific
    • support in the karmic development of the forces of human
    • beings, not so much for the sake of awakening karmic memories, but in
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    • will which is subject to the influence of warmth, but it remains
    • lighting of a candle or even the kindling of a warmth-giving light.
    • — proceeds a sensation of warmth, a flame in man. And this
    • with our karmic development. In this respect we must give serious
    • thought to the idea of karma. Today man is not concerned with karma;
    • sulphur has no karma. Only the sulphur associated with the human body
    • has karma, for only human beings are subject to karma. We cannot
    • assume that it is part of man's karma to be experimented upon in a
    • necessary to enquire into the karmic conditions which enable us to
    • do not adopt undesirable practices, such as experimenting with karma
    • when there is no karmic necessity, or with mediums whose
    • water, air or warmth, as the case may be. In reality they are
    • clearly and distinctly, the karmic return of former Earth lives
    • do so by their karma, who clothed the spiritual in material
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    • Art is one of the healthiest, most direct ways to arm and strengthen
    • ourselves against the harmful influences of modern life. Steiner depicts
    • this disharmonious squeezing and tearing back into our
    • inner harmony of the physical and etheric body. You do in
    • any way that would be harmful to their bodily
    • world karma arises out of weakness. But anthroposophy can
    • develop those forces that inwardly strengthen and arm us
    • spiritual science and spiritual research so that we are armed
    • life is necessitated by world karma, and that is why true
    • experiences of ahrimanic spirituality that world karma is
    • through what world karma is imposing on them. Yet people who
    • by world karma in a setting that functions in an especially
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    • Art is one of the healthiest, most direct ways to arm and strengthen
    • ourselves against the harmful influences of modern life. Steiner depicts
    • rhythmic and harmonious, not spatial. Therefore what arises
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    • Art is one of the healthiest, most direct ways to arm and strengthen
    • ourselves against the harmful influences of modern life. Steiner depicts
    • harmonious cycles. Then we become able to follow with the
    • from the building as something rendered harmless. It really
    • fact that Lucifer and Ahriman are at their most harmful when
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    • ourselves against the harmful influences of modern life. Steiner depicts
    • least light and warmth to the earth, he learns the most holy
    • For nothing of harm can come to him
    • and empty way we approach the Bible today armed, as it were,
    • inborn, and just think how it warms the heart to see real
    • that will increase in power to give warmth and to radiate
    • light: a sun that must bring light-filled warmth to many a
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    • for harmony between the macrocosm and the microcosm. The
    • harmony with the macrocosm, if we conduct ourselves in line
    • arm us with inner strength.
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    • ourselves against the harmful influences of modern life. Steiner depicts
    • stops us having a warm contact with life and its happenings;
    • the natural world around us that its effect on us is to warm
    • nearer to the living abundance and warmth of the outside
    • only with its light but also with its warmth. Then it will
    • same effect on them as, for instance, the warm words of a
    • things are concerned karma has brought various things about
    • Goetheanum building, karma has indeed helped us in several
    • and it really was what one might call a karmic happening, for
    • be warmed and fructified. For it is not only artistic and
    • The result will be a wonderful karmic adjustment between the
    • teacher and his pupils. A wonderful karmic balancing.
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    • ourselves against the harmful influences of modern life. Steiner depicts
    • or harmful he will usually start off by asking, ‘Is
    • of karma. What do I mean?
    • not at all inclined, to start with, to take the idea of karma
    • the idea of karma seriously, we must really recognise our ego
    • karma, in the true sense. We thus awaken ourselves again. The
    • nor that people are trying to harm them in all kinds of ways,
    • science. Yet our karma has allowed us to come so far as to
    • our karma has brought it to us, is an important step forward.
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    • ourselves against the harmful influences of modern life. Steiner depicts
    • you think of a bone of the upper arm — you know of
    • how you must imagine a tubular upper arm bone being turned
    • yet taken form inside him. It was more like a warm breath
    • harmony out of the depths of their hearts from one member to
    • another, you find disharmony, quarrelsomeness, people telling
    • harmonious as we have tried to make the forms of our
    • and each is in harmony with the other. If it could be the
    • this very building activity is a harmonious and noble image
    • inner significance of the harmony of the forms of our
    • what I want to recommend to you most warmly is not only to
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    • it depend then that a substance is solid? It depends upon what warmth
    • warmth is in it.
    • gaseous, as long as it contains a definite amount of warmth. And
    • not a primeval mist, a lifeless mist, but that living warmth was
    • there at the beginning, simple living warmth. Thus I will
    • assume an original cosmic body that was living warmth. [See
    • warmth condition the “Saturn condition”; it has been
    • were as yet no solid bodies and no air, only warmth; but the warmth
    • hot. You are always in warmth, sometimes heat, sometimes cold, but
    • always in some kind of warmth. In fact, we can still see today that
    • man lives in warmth. The human being lives absolutely in warmth.
    • this warmth-being was a cooling down. Things cool down continually.
    • And what happens when what has been nothing but warmth now cools
    • solid object, gas is formed in the warmth; but when something not yet
    • was not the present sun, but a kind of Sun condition, a warm
    • cosmic body formed out of the first; the first was pure warmth, the
    • Now man can live in warmth as soul. Warmth gives the
    • when there was only warmth — obviously not. He lived in the
    • warmth and was a floating being; he had only a condition of warmth.
    • Then as that was metamorphosed into an air-warmth-body, the animals
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    • Earth condition by saying that warmth, air, and water were there but
    • last time that man was there first. But he lived in the warmth purely
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    • farmers, shepherds did human beings develop history. That is where we
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    • north and in the south; it goes on its way and moves from warm
    • numbers of heads, numbers of arms, or in such a way that the animal
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    • a moment how strong people are who live on farms, simply through the
    • the grain, we don't eat it cold, we eat it warm. And it's a fact,
    • that to digest our food we need inner warmth. Unless there is warmth
    • help the body: it does not have to provide all the warmth itself. By
    • the warmth process. That's the first result. The second is, that they
    • amount of warmth to transform those raw potatoes — which are
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    • the cow barn and so on; the right manure is what comes off the farm
    • which the farmers have said: Yes, the fruit gets worse and worse! And
    • it is true. But naturally the farmers haven't known the reason. Every
    • lively, healthy color when the farmlands are properly manured.
    • leap over into another. So anyone who is obliged to be a charming
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    • armature. When the circuit is closed, this is pulled close; when the
    • circuit is open, the armature is released, and thus it oscillates
    • vibrates with it and transmits what is generated by the armature —
    • to tell; they were in harmony with nature and would speak not in an
    • because their rhythm is then in harmony with the rhythm of their
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    • the warm air from the Torrid Zone of the earth, from Africa, streams
    • creatures are particularly harmful when they eat up our potatoes.
    • There are years when the potatoes are unharmed by these troublesome
    • Knowledge of the soil is of enormous importance to the farmer. These
    • things have been more or less forgotten. Simple country farmers used
    • conference at which farmers expressed their deep concern for what
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    • extremely pleasant, much warmer than it is today. The earth's surface
    • the earth's surface a certain warm temperature prevails over regions
    • the Poles it is cold. In the middle zone, the earth is warm. When
    • begin to heat a room. It doesn't get warm all over right away. If you
    • ceiling it is already warm. Why is that? It is because warm air, and
    • every gaseous substance when it is warmed, becomes lighter and rises;
    • cold air stays down below because it is heavier. Warmth always
    • ascends. So in the middle zone of the earth the warm air is always
    • are warm winds, warm air. But the cold air at the North Pole tries to
    • warm itself and streams downward toward the empty spaces left in the
    • the equator, and warm air in the opposite direction, from the equator
    • current of this kind comes in such a way that it brings warmth with
    • it, the temperature here rises a little. Thus the warmth on earth is
    • alone wet; they must be absolutely dry, even warm and dry, for
    • suppose you have a layer of warm air, and there is a current of wind
    • All this shows you that warmth is differently
    • brains have become much stiffer, alarmingly stiffer, than they were
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    • warmth living in the cosmic gas comes out in the way I have
    • sun, then the sun's forces of warmth shine down upon some special
    • together. It is exposed therefore to the cosmic warmth of sun and
    • it becomes warmer and warmer the deeper one sinks a shaft into the
    • warmth as one descends into the earth there is likewise an increase
    • warmth comes from: that it comes from outside, that at this moment
    • You see, what I drew first, the powerful warmth going
    • The earth smokes — why? Because the air becomes warm from the
    • burning paper and so becomes lighter and expands. The warmth caused
    • become as cold as it ought to become after always giving out warmth.
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    • demolished. But even so, the people were very alarmed at the time,
    • no harm was done to the earth at that time.
    • that the Day of judgment had come. Again there was great alarm.
    • heavy for it, in the form of meteor stones that are not harmful.
    • then actually the comet had dissolved to such an extent that no harm
    • from one armchair to another — and from morning till night he's
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    • I told you that at a recent Farmers' Conference it was
    • way to take care of a farm. But how is such knowledge acquired?
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    • beautiful, noble and worthy whole, if harmonious ease offers him a pure and
    • selection, harmony and meaning, and attains in the end to the creation of a
    • so charming and tempting, conscience can tell him not to be lured away by it,
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    • into harmony with the outer world. To the same degree that it develops its
    • inner wealth into harmony with the world around it, if it is not to be
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    • His sole concern was with symmetry and anti-symmetry, harmony and discord. He
    • conditions required. Peace, concord and harmony will prevail among men to the
    • that it nourishes and warms his soul and gives it new strength for every
    • elegant and harmonious products of Nature, culminating in a view of a
    • With sense bemused my charming bride I welcomed.
    • Swarm with swift abounding life!
    • wisdom which flows into the world must work in harmony with all that we are
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    • a devotional feeling is warmed through by the Ego, so that man can immerse
    • (Schwarmerei).
    • mystical union will harm the soul if the Ego is lost while seeking to unite
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    • make up in some way a harmonious unity. We speak of a split in a man's
    • harmony or disharmony which the Ego calls forth by playing on the three
    • influence, resounding from within a human being as harmony or disharmony,
    • the being of man. We must show how the harmonious or disharmonious play of
    • the harmony or disharmony that a human being has wrought in his soul-members
    • course, not brought into natural harmony with the figure as a whole because
    • unifying element which naturally expresses itself in the harmonising of the
    • to harmonise and strengthen the Sentient Soul, Intellectual Soul and
    • work of the Ego in harmonising the soul-members, and its necessary endeavour
    • Soul, a harmony between inner and outer, so that he neither secludes himself
    • Greeks, among whom we can discern the beautiful harmony between inner and
    • we may call the inner warmth of the Sentient Soul, This comes about when a
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    • misuse of the word — influences human life, and either helps or harms
    • harmful results. The term can be rightly applied to military manoeuvres; this
    • may do him great harm. A person can develop all sorts of faculties and powers
    • different aim: they may be more comfortable but they can easily cause harm.
    • action for harmful influences from the outer world. For these people, far
    • may in some circumstances be much more harmful than a materialistic outlook;
    • atmosphere, with people in harmony, and someone remarks on it in those terms,
    • sorts of harmful influences and the asceticism is actually the source of all
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    • whole, when this harmony brings him a pure, free joy, then the universe, if
    • perfections and virtues, invoking choice, order, harmony and meaning, and
    • are in harmony with the faculties and characteristics of the sentient body.
    • body to acquire the soul-qualities that are in harmony with its
    • him happiness, if he can gradually bring about harmony between the
    • picture of existence; then the inner life of his soul will harmonise with
    • whatever his sentient body transmits to him. Then we have not only harmony
    • between sentient body and Sentient-Soul; we have harmony also between the
    • creates harmony between himself and the world around him. Or he can let his
    • within himself, a disharmony arises between him and his environment. A cleft
    • become hardened, but will enter into a harmonious relationship with the
    • fruitful? It will be truly fruitful only if it brings a man into harmony with
    • world, and then only if we are in harmony with the outer world. That is why
    • harm is therefore done when in certain theosophical circles today it is said:
    • appeal to truth when we show that to be in harmony with the great world can
    • which gains in strength when a man knows how to achieve harmony between
    • everything that warms the hearts of others, as well as for their wants and
    • by bringing the true form of egoism into harmony with our
    • only then can he say that he has brought his willing into harmony with outer
    • “I”, his Ego, to arrive at harmony between himself and the world
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    • deprived of an inwardly harmonious existence, this is not because earthly
    • harm is blessed. And so on.
    • whole armoury of weapons from Christianity itself. There could have been no
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    • and a warmth of feeling are necessary, alternate in a remarkable way with
    • them. Today the moon forces were once in harmony with man and prepared him to
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    • the special influence of the inner life warmth. All the work which the ego
    • warmth.
    • In the same way that we use the inner warmth to make our blood pulse
    • warmth which streams forth from our ego — that is the essential element
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    • how it tries to bring itself into harmony with the external world. If some
    • entity pleases us and makes us feel that here we have something that warms
    • are concerned, as regards our inner soul-processes, with creating harmony
    • ego for harmony, or for a definite relationship between itself and its
    • still feel that it has been in harmony with its environment, including fear
    • and satisfied and in harmony with its surroundings. These feelings of
    • however, that the ego fails to establish this harmony and so falls short of
    • the ego, the individuality, which tries to place itself in harmony with the
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    • world-order but to give heart-warmingly beautiful expression in his writings
    • implanted in our souls a source of light and warmth: of light, because we set
    • may emerge from that dark womb; of warmth, because prayer helps us to
    • back over the past gives rise to that inner warmth which is spoken of by all
    • shall feel that wonderful inner warmth which fills us with inner blessedness
    • are warmed in the feeling of God; we not only feel the warmth, but we live
    • world, which estranges us from ourselves, is overcome by the warmth of
    • prayer, which unites us with ourselves. And when we carry this warmth of
    • night-long struggle is resolved and is harmonised when the rising sun shines
    • there are two modes of prayer. One leads to inner warmth; the other, imbued
    • the prayer can pour its warmth and light into the soul without its secrets
    • by saints and mystics who have known only the prayer that gives inner warmth
    • of devotion that leads to inner warmth, and not the other kind that leads to
    • recollected itself in inner warmth and intimate devotion, looks for God in
    • not untruths that do most harm, for the soul will soon detect them. Much
    • it is all the more harmful if it is not kept within its bounds. A mediaeval
    • truth and glorious beauty, the warm intimacy and shining clearness of his
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    • and phantastical. This can harm neither the ancient poets nor the truth, but
    • harmony between the outer and the inner human being. In order for the human
    • in harmony. That is why all the opportunities which a person with an
    • which cannot abstractly be made to harmonize. If someone tried to unite these
    • which said: “Well, the human being has to be in harmony, therefore the
    • two streams have to be harmonious in man!” he would be making an
    • equilibrium and harmony only by passing through stages of disharmony. This is
    • made harmonious by reflection. It is always an indication of abstract, dry
    • thinking if a harmony is imagined into a situation where life has to develop
    • towards a stage of balance through disharmony. It is the fate of human
    • development that we must have harmony as an aim which cannot, however, be
    • body and ego, need not in a given period of life be in complete harmony. If
    • there were complete harmony then the case would be that when the human being
    • disharmony of the human being with the physical world quite clearly. There
    • plausible to its narrow limited experience it can come into disharmony with
    • harmony which will have developed as a result of this experience will have
    • disharmonious with the outside world and can be broken on events in the outer
    • extreme example how disharmony between the physical bodies of the scholars
    • soul came about. Such disharmony occurs not only when momentous events happen
    • to us; such disharmony is given in principle and in essence always when any
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    • from negative feelings into the harmonious contentment bestowed on us by a
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    • how spiritual science is in harmony with true and genuine science, with
    • unhealthy, harmful aspect of illusion only comes about when it is considered
    • which can occur in the soul. Disorder only occurs when there is disharmony
    • immediate perception which can become disharmonious only with the sentient
    • disharmony can arise between our consciousness soul, which forms the basis of
    • man as a complex being, disharmony and harmony in life can be understood. It
    • disharmony between the inner and outer human being, a symptom of belated
    • imitation. It is often the case that the disharmony of those things which are
    • dementia towards the end of life the disharmony between inner and outer human
    • that harmony could exist between inner and outer man in the period between
    • development of a strong logic, a regulated soul-life harmonious in feeling
    • harmony, is itself a medicine against the predominance of the pathological
    • belief in disciplined thinking, in harmonious feeling and willing will
    • harmonious feeling which can be developed, harmonious willing which can be
    • in reason a harmonious feeling, willing and disciplined thinking, a reasoned
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    • harmful, satisfying and so on for himself. The sum of these experiences gives
    • harmonious human feelings and generous breadth of mind must rank with the
    • but a feeling became ingrained in the human soul that a harmful action must
    • sound together in the most varied ways, harmonious or dissonant. This
    • in our environment which we normally ignored, although they are swarming
    • it, with all its harmfulness and shamefulness, as a ghostly vision
    • eliminate its harmful consequences. This was indeed a terrifying experience
    • Spirit that had brought the harmful effects of a man's deed before his
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    • primal act of creation, when chaos was ordered and harmonised, long before
    • Homer describes a great armed struggle between the Greeks and the Trojans, but
    • outrage, the Greeks armed themselves for war against the Trojans, whose
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    • pagan areas, working at his trade. He was led by his karma. As
    • Palestine, his karma also led him to pagan places. (It would
    • take too long to describe here the reasons for his karma doing
    • Lucifer and Ahriman worked. He was to see how they did harm to
    • twenty-fourth year, approximately. Then his karma led him back
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    • they have been represented with numbers of heads, numbers of arms, or in
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    • have something called an armature. When the current is off, this
    • were willing to tell; they were in harmony with nature and would
    • avoided, because this rhythm will be in harmony with the rhythm of
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    • activity that everything is in harmony.
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    • The whole host of them prepares to swarm. It is like fear of the new
    • bees swarm. And now one has once more to re-establish the colony on the
    • circumstances. The reason why the bees swarm lies in the fact that
    • appears with her new Sun-influence, this poison is harmfully
    • shining.” Even so does the new Queen shine for the swarm,
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    • so they can also be perceived in relation to their warmth or
    • warmth. How should the bee not know that this is different from
    • the bee senses coldness. The bee senses the warmth of red and the
    • like to add something about swarming. At the time of the first swarm
    • the Queen. I can take her out and put the whole swarm back in the hive.
    • when the bees are swarming, it is well known with us that the first swarm
    • that the swarm goes out and the Queen settles somewhere, and it seems
    • glow-worm. When the swarm goes out and the old Queen has been
    • Let us suppose you all decide to go on strike. So you swarm out,
    • swarm and bring it back into the hive, then naturally, the
    • about the first swarm, when the new Queen is not yet there, when you cannot
    • yet speak of her. Well, have you ever seen a first swarm when even the
    • comprehensible that you may have several swarms made up of the most
    • warm. The cat likes to sit on the warm stove; it curls itself up and falls
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    • honey and stir it well into moderately warmed milk, not brought
    • development of the theory of vitamins the pharmacologists and
    • peaceful and harmonious one. Is there any objective reality at the
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    • neighbourhood of my parents' home were mostly farmers, and honey was
    • just a part of the general farm produce. This is quite a different
    • living on the wages you earn. On a farm, bee-keeping goes on without
    • considered, is not taken into account. On the farm this was always
    • problems are placed in an unhealthy position. When you visit big farms today
    • and hear what the farm-bailiff has to say (as a rule it is not a
    • really give. In this way the farm can obviously become exceedingly
    • conditions; one cannot immediately prove the great harm that is being
    • during the last few years. They were carried out on large farms as
    • far as on the big farms. Much could be learnt in this way because one
    • farms this is no longer done. These farms have nothing but
    • totality the harm does not appear all in a moment.
    • to me on a farm, that all in good nature, I was nearly killed when I began
    • farmer did not do much reckoning up as to profit; this is not
    • generally the case today, but 50 or 60 years ago the farmer did not
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    • climatic conditions of light and warmth, etc., are present.
    • conditions of warmth, etc., for these are no longer able to work so
    • study this matter, as I had a very good friend who was a farmer, and
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    • cases, one has to take the man's arms, cross them over on his breast,
    • harmful) but if you have a patient with a serious heart disease, when
    • thing or another, they are usually more or less harmless, and may be
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    • them there is a regular little farm, 'and the ants are engaged in
    • throw out. After all, we men do very much the same. These farming
    • after a time. You will probably say no great harm would be done if
    • more at those farming ants which cultivate their little field, and change
    • hardness. So these farming ants do this that they may get the
    • harmful. Those who are still wiser, will say something quite
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    • told you about the farming ants which establish their own farm, and
    • bee of the power of the bee poison. The whole departing swarm feels
    • if one watches the swarm, still indeed visible to us, yet it is like
    • this departing swarm. Just as the human soul takes leave of the body,
    • the hive; one can truly see in the flying swarm an image of the departing
    • men. The swarm of bees is not a whole man. The bees cannot find their
    • to observe this, has an immense respect for these swarming bees with
    • their Queen, for this swarm which behaves as it does because it
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    • someone cannot get on well in an unsuitable garment, that is
    • garment. I am speaking now of the stage of language in which
    • and will end according to the mechanical warmth theory, from
    • life, harmony comes about through and through, because the
    • crowing. In reality, in free spiritual life, harmony comes about
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    • ladies' working against a certain relatively harmless attitude
    • harmoniously after all. One has to present a speech with a certain
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    • be quite harmless in the realm of lyrical thought, but when it becomes
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    • ghostly and magical character of the stories men recount gets charmingly
    • In this grammatical-rhetorical atmosphere not thought, but the garment
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    • organism. Take the sense of warmth as an example, which
    • of warmth.
    • would mention man's arms and hands. Even though they are
    • listen carefully; I repeat: The arms and hands, because of
    • to serve the body, but in human beings the arms are freed for
    • system. Let us consider the activities of seeing, arm
    • may be seen externally through the movement of the arms and
    • arms and hands, which are free for this kind of activity, and
    • to the activity of our arms and hands, we find we are able to
    • arms in the horizontal plane, in the dimension of right-left,
    • we have when we consciously move our arms in a horizontal
    • feeling that is mediated to us through our left and right arm
    • and right arms we can actually feel our own symmetry. Our
    • and right arms belong together, and in the same way the
    • in the activity of our arms. The way the axes of our vision
    • intersect is similar to the way our arms can intersect. When
    • our arms intersect, we have a certain equivalent to the act
    • of seeing. When we cross our arms, first close to us and then
    • is going on in our arms. In these moments we don't experience
    • dimensions by the arms and hands, I would have to sketch the
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    • hidden from view except for a single arm and hand. We know
    • development of the muscles of the arm through exertion to the
    • causing actual harm to the soul. However, just to point out
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    • of the nineteenth century an alarming factor in the evolution of human
    • of tone, color, warmth, etc. as only subjective, whereas it characterizes
    • qualities of tone, color, warmth, as well as the different qualities
    • them. As human beings we stand outside tone, color, warmth, etc. This
    • is not entirely the case as regards warmth — I shall discuss that
    • tomorrow — but to a certain extent this is true even of warmth.
    • stand within color, tone, warmth, etc. is powerless against that objectivity.
    • of sensation, tone, color, warmth, etc.?
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    • the simple phenomenon of warmth that appears when we rub two bodies
    • phenomenon, that the warmth had been created ex nihilo or simply
    • existed. Rather, we seek the conditions under which this warmth was
    • not yet fully present. Now we say that the warmth that manifests itself
    • in a certain way how we can bring ourselves into harmony with the forces
    • harmony with our environment inwardly. We thus can truly say that we
    • the geometrical forms to a sense of wonder at the harmony that underlies
    • had in order to stand in awe of the inner harmony and — if I may
    • feeling: that which you behold as mathematical harmony, that which you
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    • with one's arm, one has made oneself sufficiently mature to grasp what
    • in such cases there arise the harmful afflictions I described this morning
    • with warmth, while he regards blue and violet as colors that draw one
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    • eye, heard by the ear, and rendered by the senses of warmth, touch,
    • is not so. We are surrounded by a world of color, sound, and warmth
    • sounds, and streaming warmth that reach us. Warmth is something other
    • than warmth; light something other than light in the physical sense;
    • harmonized, one consciously experiences the eternal. In everyday life
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    • it organizes itself primarily by differentiating the warmth
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    • the ego imprints itself in the warmth conditions of the head.
    • differentiated and permeated by warmth in its various organs.
    • forces, only, in this case, in a system of warmth forces.
    • of four kinds of ether: warmth ether, light ether, chemical
    • Warmth ether
    • just as much a water-, air- and warmth-organization, if we
    • the human head is permeable only to warmth and light ether.
    • Thus only the warmth ether and the light ether can work on
    • the human head from outside. The warmth ether acts on the
    • determine the effect of the warmth ether on the human head by
    • the warmth ether and the human head thus goes much deeper
    • warmth radiations.
    • only to warmth and light ether. This is only approximately
    • the warmth and light ethers radiates in from all sides (see
    • toward the instreaming warmth and light ethers (upward
    • warmth ether and light ether, streaming from above
    • aspect of the human organism that light and warmth ether may
    • may stream in only from below. Thus light and warmth ether
    • Hence the light and warmth ethers press down from above, and,
    • that previously produced by the light and warmth ether in the
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    • extra-terrestrial warmth — and what is within the earth
    • course, in other cases it may be harmful. Everything that is
    • potentially helpful can also prove harmful, as we saw
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    • fruits rather than raw roots, you do much less harm. It is
    • means, and in fact I may only do harm. In this case I must
    • human organism for a harmony, a harmony that must be
    • able to harmonize every aspect of what I am now saying with
    • organized air, organized warmth, and the ego has to intervene
    • intervention in the warmth conditions of the body is
    • with warmth during childhood. It has something to do with the
    • human organism being suffused with warmth. But this warming
    • warmth curve. We have to maintain its proper level from below
    • through the ego's intervention in these warmth conditions. We
    • warmth is introduced into the organism by way of the ego. The
    • carries warmth right into the outermost periphery of the
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    • expression in a kind of warming in the region of the stomach,
    • aeriform man, and the warmth man. Picture to yourselves the
    • including, for example, the mobility of warmth. These blood
    • analysis can be carried without harm. This process of
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    • the actual spiritual activity, unfolds in the warmth
    • warmth conditions, i.e., with all those organizations where
    • warmth can work into the physical. The ego must always go
    • hand in hand with warmth, must always operate through warmth.
    • appeal to the ego to make use of the warmth generated in an
    • ought to be consistent and believe that it is warmer in his
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    • might be called the “warming” flavor. At the same
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    • And you see, you answered me warmly, just like that. And then I said
    • very glad. My warmest Christmas wish for you today is that this love
    • managed to warm and enlighten everything that was being presented to
    • meant to love each other warmly, to love each and every other one. If
    • human beings do out of self-understanding, weave like a warming
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    • light and warmth of the sun!
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    • answered me as warmly as you just did today.
    • why I want to shake your hands so warmly. If many people would wake
    • required of them. And it was always a warm moment for me when I asked
    • teachers, let me warmly shake your hands. I thank you in the name of
    • schoolmates with a warmhearted “Until we meet again!
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    • turn it as it is in the next higher world, if I were to bend the warm
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    • course, sound and warmth.
    • flower, there is warmth (red,) where light not only shines forth, but
    • inwardly fills itself with force, where it becomes warmth. Now one
    • that increases its light and becomes filled with warmth, would close
    • warmth-content, for example, of the light-spectrum, as being connected
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    • of warmth and cold, the real objects of sense-perceptions, these weave
    • or tail of all these things — sound, colour, warmth and cold. He
    • it were, to the physical; sound is wrung from the physical; warmth and
    • the product of the cold or warm temperature in which he is. He is
    • gave man colours. There was world-harmony, and man in tune with it,
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    • can feel all this, you would also actually feel yourself in harmony
    • Goethe through a special Karma, between outward creation and what
    • concerning which, like disharmony, he can feel only regret. From this
    • arouse in the world. The disharmony in the world would disappear in
    • and brighter — a sun of peace, a sun of love and harmony over all
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    • with warmth.
    • he would have felt warmth in different degrees and in different
    • places; now higher, now lower warmth, but yet in a spiritual and
    • being feels the warmth psychically, there really is present what you
    • the “Saturnian Age.” Warmth is just the expression of these
    • beings. The warmth is nothing in itself, it is only the evidence that
    • warms you. Suppose further there comes another man who has no heart at
    • interested only in the warmth which he spreads around. He does not say
    • he is interested in the warmth the other sheds, but that nothing but
    • the warmth interests him. He is talking nonsense, of course, for when
    • the person who radiates warmth has gone, the warmth has gone also. It
    • person must be there for the warmth to be there.
    • Thus Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones must be there; otherwise warmth is
    • did in actual fact exist. When one spoke of the element of warmth one
    • created and warmed in this Saturnian life by the Seraphim, Cherubim
    • element of warmth, the Beings of the Second Hierarchy were seen in the
    • element of light. The Saturnian element is dark, but warm, and within
    • This is the case because the entry of the Second Hierarchy represents an inward illumination, which is connected with a densification of warmth. Air comes forth from the pure warmth-element, and in the revelation of the light we have the entry of the Second Hierarchy.
    • of the Second Hierarchy into the Saturnian warmth, one actually has in
    • with this. Wherefore Aristotle expressed in his Colour-Harmony that
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    • of the matter? The truth was that an eloquent karma in the
    • promise was in that moment karmically rounded off, having
    • that this karma might be worked out, and overturned in order
    • to consummate the karma of this human life. The way in which
    • arms the flowing-haired Achaians with al' speed, for that
    • to arms the flowing-haired Achaians with all speed, for
    • greatest. So come, let us call to arms as we may the sons
    • remarkable Karma for all of us, gathered here for the purpose
    • relationship between Karma and apparently external accident?
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    • bringing it about that in place of the present chaos, harmony
    • in an age when perception of what constitutes the harmony
    • sound together in harmony in the second, smaller part of the
    • our materialistic age, the karma of which we are
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    • harmony formed by all such communities together when we know
    • within the harmony of the whole Cosmos. From now onwards into
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    • harmony with primordial Will and in accordance with the
    • which our aims are in harmony with the artistic endeavours of
    • into a whole, but a harmonious, ordered joining together.
    • strange piece of karma that during the time when I was deeply
    • that harmonises with its own nature. The whole building is
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    • stability, peace and harmony by means of external laws,
    • how to love; they will learn to live in harmony and peace
    • with their fellow beings. Peace and harmony will pour into
    • harmony. But peace and harmony, and man's rightful position
    • spiritual, musical harmony of the outer with the inner world.
    • And the single coloured window will only express this harmony
    • harmony can flow among men on the earth. If all our labours
    • Peace, of Harmony, of Love. The possibility will be created
    • centres of earthly and spiritual peace, harmony and love may
    • of our work in this mood of peace and loving harmony, knowing
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    • a swarm of spiritual beings passing from one heavenly body to
    • is.’ The reason why he feels this as warmth pouring
    • outcome of colour and light, but of the conditions of warmth
    • colour conditions, and man by the warmth condition, because,
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    • special karma. Bridges must be built between what is still to
    • out beyond all the disharmony that can only cause him pain.
    • world's disharmonies will take a different course when men
    • is a sun of peace, of love and of harmony among men.
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    • man from reality, and he must restore the harmony formerly
    • Plato declared the plastic and dramatic arts to be harmful. He
    • us away, until we are exhausted and fall from her arms.’ (Cp.
    • nature works as a whole, when the harmonious pleasure affords
    • choice, order, harmony, and meaning, and finally rising to the
    • cannot make it harmonise with the idea, the conception we
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    • and we, the army of slaves, poisoned by longing,
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    • someone cannot get on well in an unsuitable garment, that is
    • garment. I am speaking now of the stage of language in which
    • and will end according to the mechanical warmth theory, from
    • life, harmony comes about through and through, because the
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    • to move our legs as well as our arms and hands and fingers is
    • soul is what we have in the physical movement of arms, hands
    • arms to grasp something, or our fingers to feel something,
    • harmonies, in the rhythm, in the movement of the consonants,
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    • words that are so warm and so filled with beautiful love you
    • such warmth. I am quite sure that your kind words will shine
    • this first morning. We may be certain of ever feeling warmly
    • place over the next few days. To you come the warmest thanks
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    • Anthroposophical Movement warmth comes to give us courage,
    • warmth which can be capable of bringing to life countless
    • ripeness through this warmth which can surround us here, so
    • here: to call forth a harmony of hearts in a truly
    • to germinate through being warmed by your mood and your
    • there is no harm in the judgment of someone who understands
    • not be alarmed by these three classes, my dear friends.
    • others in a most harmonious manner. As time goes on we shall
    • hearts can fill with glowing warmth and enthusiasm. May we
    • sustain this glowing warmth and this enthusiasm throughout
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    • system of his head and pouring warmth of heart into this
    • warm light, with light that spurs on our deeds, our thinking,
    • the proper soil consists of our hearts in their harmonious
    • let us take this deeply into our souls. With it let us warm
    • cherish this warmth of soul and this light of soul which out
    • bring strength to that warmth of soul and that light of soul
    • which we need, if we enliven them with the warmth and the
    • Light that gives warmth
    • Warm thou our hearts,
    • Christmas can give us the strength for the warming of our
    • to harmony in unity.
    • its light and of its warmth for the progress of human souls,
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    • hunger and thirst, it will be possible to keep as warm as may
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    • The final harmony of the third verse is:
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    • custom, which there is indeed no harm in changing from time
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    • quite harmful. What we need are sensitive fingertips. The
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    • Light that gives warmth
    • Warm thou our hearts,
    • after all I shall have to ask Mrs Merry most warmly to take
    • which can arise out of the warmth of love for our fellows
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    • Light that gives warmth
    • Warm thou our hearts,
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    • Aeppli most warmly for his kind words. Now let us begin the
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    • expression of the envy of the gods. Wondrously warming,
    • the element of warmth which he bears within him. Thus the
    • Rosicrucian pupil felt the warmth he bears within him, the
    • physical warmth, to be what is actually the earthly, human
    • physical warmth is related to warmth of soul and warmth of
    • knew that the warmth element is that which is truly earthly
    • element of warmth and the human, earthly element, he knew how
    • possible on earth; by showing me that warmth is truly the
    • warmth.
    • in harmony with the whole of the building, the intention had
    • hearts, the flame which is to enlighten and warm that which
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    • harm.
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    • Light that gives warmth
    • Warm thou our hearts,
    • bear out with you into the world your warm
    • the Anthroposophical Society, bear out with you your warm
    • Warm thou
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    • fellow-feeling in the matter of our catastrophic loss. Much warmth
    • along lines entirely in harmony with the Anthroposophical Movement.
    • everything heart-warming that our members far and near have lately
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    • warmth one has spent on it. In any case, it will incorporate itself
    • But when harmful things happen I must be allowed to exercise my own
    • makes us intensely warm, for it represents the very peak of human
    • in mighty pictures, in an undetailed, comprehensive and harmonious
    • warmly aware not only of the fact that we are bearers of a spiritual
    • color of which words are capable, and ends in warmth that suffuses
    • ourselves to the level of artistry, and to end in the warmth of
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    • We had to show how anthroposophy can be related to and harmonized
    • treated there; it was harmful to both. Anthroposophy is put in an
    • only do anthroposophy more and more harm in the world's regard. How
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    • harmonious and consistent with them. But they are by no means an
    • phobia. Sometimes, of course, it can be comparatively harmless. Some
    • sometimes more harmless than one might suppose. But their effects are
    • not equally harmless.
    • light with all its heart, with its innermost heart's warmth.
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    • who mean well by the Society should be cherishing the warmest hopes
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    • had to be carried out in artistic harmony with that outlook. For
    • auditorium harmonized with and responded to eurythmic movement. It
    • living, spiritual anthroposophy came to no harm in the fire, a great
    • and this in an often harmful way. But there is a lesson of sorts to
    • to the tremendous aspects of destiny and karma attached to a language
    • common with others whom some karma or other has brought together with
    • him? For karma is so intricately woven that we may ascribe all
    • in fullest harmony provided the relationship between them is rightly
    • the outer world, through its light and tones and warmth. We awaken in
    • spiritual world is itself a community building force. Karmically
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    • singly or in groups, according to their karma, but one would not have
    • harmonized with what the speakers were saying from the podium. I
    • origin in pure anthroposophy, harmonized marvellously with the
    • that its style would harmonize with the special studies and
    • feeling out the way the architectural style harmonized or failed to
    • harmonize with what went on in the building, that an inorganic
    • Anthroposophical Movement cannot be harmed; the worst that could
    • remains an abnormal and harmful phenomenon. It is similarly harmful
    • fellowmen and of everything else that leads to social harmony and a
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    • as by inner, karmic ties.
    • see whether this effort to make a new, more fitting garment rather
    • new garments for the anthroposophical organism. But every human being
    • An organization is actually never anything more than a garment for
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    • proclamations. One no longer finds the same inner warmth of soul
    • church. But the positive warmth that used to live in human souls and
    • karma not to feel a destined connection with every individual they
    • many karmic ties. Now it has become necessary to be awakened not just
    • by nature but by the human beings with whom we are karmically
    • repeated earth lives and has a karma, etc.” A reader of this
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    • greatest disharmony and the worst offenses against brotherliness
    • repeated earth lives, has a karma, etc. They inform themselves about
    • karma there. No matter what scene a dream may be picturing, one's
    • soul, one's ego are working behind it on one's karma.
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    • traces of the warmth of will are found to some extent in his
    • Schiller and Goethe which was harmonious, as opposed to Hegel
    • and Schopenhauer in their disharmonious relationship.
    • to a harmonious closure. Both however, Schopenhauer as much as
    • Harman, where Schopenhauer was considered and discussed because
    • article of Eduard von Harman, indicate, that for him the
    • not like with Schiller and Goethe which came to a harmonious
    • equilibrium. We could find some solution to this disharmony if
    • the light, what we hear in sound, what warms us and everything
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    • most is not what one or another desires to know, but the warmth of
    • world, than those have whose karma in this incarnation makes it
    • Individuals gain no advantage through their Karma having made it
    • deal of harm. But the forces active on our physical and etheric
    • waken; and because it lives there unconsciously, can cause no harm.
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    • your own spiritual experiences,” these do little harm. But the
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    • the spiritual Hierarchies, whose deeds are expressed in warmth and
    • light, and who approach us in the warmth and light of the sun. The
    • warmth and light we perceive is illusion. All appearance is
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    • nation. This individuality is not always in entire harmony with its
    • occurs weeks later. We are told he looked on the harmony of the world
    • wild beast had harmed him, the child was found sleeping peacefully.
    • that none of these animals had harmed him, but as the legend relates
    • it into disharmony with its surroundings, and that this was necessary
    • For disharmonies are always necessary if true progress towards
    • synthesis in the Gospels. Here we see them united and harmonised.
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    • annoyed. But if we believed in Karma we would feel that we belonged
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    • these higher members of my Being before my Karma makes it possible
    • ideas is not necessarily very harmful. But when it is fortified by
    • other things it can be very harmful for a man's whole life,
    • prove harmful where the body stands in a different relationship to
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    • harmful when people do not allow the idea at this stage to rest
    • the first time that he is in harmony with the whole spiritual world,
    • coldness leaves it and it is filled again with the warmth of the
    • trivial way. If the biceps or the muscles of the forearm are tightly
    • harmony of the spheres — even to his muscles. And spiritual
    • it is in cosmic relationships. The sphere harmonies become something
    • when all that is active as sphere harmonies becomes Logos.
    • harmonies, the blood is attuned to the Logos, and can become ever
    • but will know that they are moved by sphere harmonies which have
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    • reincarnation and Karma. These must be accepted. But one fact must be
    • understanding of reincarnation and karma, but being incapable of
    • of thought, such as those of reincarnation and karma, and all that
    • immediate forefathers. The idea of rein-carnation and karma will
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    • they found pleasure and joy in them, they felt warm life flow through
    • himself, what lives scattered in them is united harmoniously in him.
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    • and karma, the law of destiny, of the intermediate beings, of the primary
    • in a great, nice, worthy and valued whole if the harmonious pleasure
    • existence! If we learn to develop devotion again, our soul is warmed
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    • being learnt above all to train the senses to arm them with instruments, he
    • life. What we call karma is suggested here, not expressed. We hear immediately
    • the theosophical teaching of karma that everything that the human being has
    • that karma has nothing to do with physical heredity. An external symbol of that
    • in the Christian confession that the Communion is the symbol of karma. Christianity
    • just had another task. I have already indicated it. Karma and reincarnation,
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    • heat which warms up the stone. What do we see? We perceive solar heat
    • first and then the warmed up stone. What do we perceive there? Only
    • warm up the stone, then we have already formed the judgment that the
    • solar heat is the cause that the stone becomes warm. That is why Hume
    • the sun warms up the stone. However, I am not allowed to state that
    • it has to warm up it. If all our knowledge comes from experience, it
    • The sun warms up the stone. Every effect has a cause. This is a law
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    • harmony with them. A saying of Hamerling applies to everybody who denies the
    • Charming lover;
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    • because they are lifted over desire and harm by the power of Socrates’
    • desire and harm coming from the impressions of the everyday life, if he can
    • the events which cause harm or joy otherwise do no longer cause harm or joy.
    • to conceive a truth without desire and harm, without immediate, everyday interest,
    • questions at first also uninterested, without desire and harm, as the mathematical
    • in this state beyond desire and harm, beyond fear and hope which tie the human
    • to him. The purification of passions, of desire and harm, of fear and hope was
    • that desire and harm are the expressions of the human soul above all. The inner
    • experience, the very own experience of the person is desire and harm. Desire
    • and harm must go through purification first, before the soul can get to the
    • spirit. Desire and harm are bound to the everyday impressions of the senses,
    • person. What does desire normally do to us, what does harm do to us? That which
    • interests us as a personality. That causes desire and harm which disappears
    • causes desire and harm in order to get higher knowledge. Our desire and harm
    • up to quite different worlds. The human being has to lift desire and harm, the
    • to their personalities with desire and harm already flee from the simplest,
    • it is not accompanied by any interest, desire, and harm in the everyday sense
    • desire and harm.
    • sober and cold is the world of ideas. It is this to which his desire and harm
    • and harm.
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    • times between both sides of knowledge got lost. Today the harmony between the
    • only in full unity, in harmonious striving. Not only the common goal but also
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    • — This is a real dream which has happened. The farmer's wife who dreamt
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    • that with it encompassing cosmic forces have no harmful effects, then you have
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    • the soul which develops its relationship to and harmony with the spirit is that
    • increasing activity, and we have called this activity karma.
    • before yourselves and you throw a warm metal ball into this vessel. This ball
    • it. If you throw the ball into a second vessel, it will not be able to warm
    • a new one. This is the karma which the individual human being experiences. While
    • only results from old experiences. This is the strict teaching of karma developing
    • in future experiences. With it you have the law of karma. Somebody who wants
    • forms, reincarnation holds sway in the world of life, and karma, or the perpetually
    • view has got to harmony with the eternal laws of the spirit that way. Nothing
    • soul. If we look, however, at the law of karma, we know that any bitterness,
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    • which the armed senses can perceive.
    • renounce to believe that a kind of harmony is possible between the modern scholarship
    • and theosophy. It is not possible. — This harmony only comes if scholarship
    • brotherliness, harmony, unity, then I always think of the oven and the first
    • oven, heat the room and make it warm. — If one wants that the oven gives
    • the physical and spiritual senses must be developed, because by the harmony
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    • human mental activities like in a germ, lying side by side today, harmoniously
    • we know that dualism and monism find a unity in an even higher harmony if anybody
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    • depend on speaking about karma and about reincarnation, but on that: to make
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse in Historical Development - Lecture 1
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    • karmic result of what I have done. A few people who are ahead of the
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    • charm of the mountains. And if we then ask ourselves what our hearts
    • nature and can fill us with warmth.
    • All those people who have not yet been able to approach the warmth and
    • Science they will then realise that they are seeing the karmic
    • be put into our souls like a karma, in the course of time, if we
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    • earlier initiations. And the karma of mankind brought it about that in
    • garment of the macrocosm. They saw it arising in man when there is a
    • harmonious interplay between thinking and willing. They saw the will
    • achieve such harmony of willing and thinking in their own soul in the
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    • someone comes to a decisive turning-point, a karmic crisis in his
    • the thought: you were actually facing a crisis then, a karmic crisis;
    • karma. That is the way in which Christian Rosenkreutz makes his choice
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    • the next incarnation, so that it comes to expression in our karma.
    • we injure it, and have to compensate for this in our karma. If a
    • harm. Instead of this power, the soul will then possess in ever
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    • of St. Matthew, the coming of Maitreya Buddha, the workings of karma,
    • directed in its entire character towards a comprehension of karma. We
    • of soul in the presence of one's destiny, than by making karma an
    • investigate karma by occult means, we always discover that in most
    • this karmic mood. We are not able to conduct ourselves always in
    • this karmic mood, yet we should say to ourselves in the depths of our
    • this is karma. It is karma when others hold something against us. It
    • acceptance of our karma in all occurrences, strengthens our will. We
    • person's karma. And mistakes are often made just here in the education
    • of children. Here karma comes into contact with the problem of
    • education, for education is destiny, the karma of the human being in
    • each stage of life in accordance with the universal karma of humanity,
    • to destiny. All that is directly against the karma of humanity,
    • of karma in connection with our anger and our passions, when we hold
    • fast to karma. And this we find in what occurs in our environment. We
    • many, many weeks about karma.
    • so that this will may be said to develop a pleasant warmth, a feeling
    • our karma so that they work beneficially even upon our bodily
    • harmonised by spiritual knowledge. But apathy deadens the emotions and
    • fantasy brings serenity of soul, inner harmony, and contentment,
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    • and so that occult research can help us direct our lives in harmony
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    • our karma we have been born into Western culture. Our task is not as
    • by the dispensation of the karma of mankind, the heritage left by the
    • accord that the soul of the child was brought into harmony. And so the
    • for the ideas of karma, reincarnation and the like — this impulse
    • The thread of belief in reincarnation and karma was never entirely
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    • child catches hold of a tree and also stops, so that no harm befalls.
    • in your life you were facing a crisis, a karmic crisis; your life
    • karma. This is the way in which Christian Rosenkreutz chooses his
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    • THE TRUE ATTITUDE TO KARMA
    • Facing Karma
    • The True Attitude to Karma, lecture III in The Mission of Christian Rosenkreutz
    • with the more intimate, intangible laws of reincarnation, karma and so
    • only find an answer when he understands the nature of human karma, of
    • Study of the laws of karma will make it clear to us that something
    • facing our karma in the way indicated in the lecture yesterday, we
    • more harmonious souls and become stronger individuals.
    • earned my joy and happiness through my own karma!’ This alone will put
    • arms of the divine powers of the world, and the only worthy attitude
    • self-contemplation ascribes happiness and joy to his own karma, will
    • happiness to his karma he is succumbing to a fallacy whereby the
    • regard suffering as something brought by our karma, and to feel
    • the true attitude to karma, and without it we shall make no real
    • What has been described are two ways of accepting our karma. In a
    • certain respect our karma consists of suffering and joys; and we
    • relate ourselves to our karma with the right attitude when we can
    • karma can be extended further, which we shall do today and tomorrow.
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    • INTIMATE WORKINGS OF KARMA
    • Intimate Workings of Karma, lecture IV in The Mission of Christian Rosenkreutz
    • workings of karma, and one point or another may well not be quite
    • individual karma, but deemed a kind of grace whereby we are interwoven
    • must be if we are to reach a true understanding of karma. Happiness
    • joy in his karma indicate a desire on the part of the gods to single
    • ever believe that joy comes to him because of special karmic
    • Today we will extend and widen the scope of our studies of karma, and
    • talk about karma and our experiences in the world, so that Spiritual
    • are also of importance in a man's karma. We have a life between death
    • men who through the operations of world karma had gathered at a
    • them into him and were resolved in his soul into one great harmony. It
    • whole soul reflected the harmony of the twelve different forms of
    • time. Strange to say, as the harmony within the boy's soul increased,
    • however, something not quite harmonious about these influences. Anyone
    • harmonious. When the new century dawned, however, these influences
    • became harmonious. What had happened? I will tell you the reason for
    • factor and so, as an occult influence, he had an inharmonious effect.
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    • from the earthly activities demanded of him by his karma. Rosicrucian
    • everything that comes later harmonises with what went before. Inner
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    • harmony with this. One such extraordinary personality lived in
    • mindset the warmest way to the spiritual life, while for many
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    • wisdom of Solomon. And she was certainly impressed and charmed by the
    • karma. That is the new occult teaching which will be united again
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    • the harmonisation of life with form.
    • harmonisation of form and life that other problem is expressed too:
    • fundamentally nothing but a harmonisation of progress with the things
    • mirror what Karma has made out of him — that will express itself
    • Among those on whom Karma has bestowed an excess of evil, it will
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    • harmony of the spheres, which is the source of all acoustics in the
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    • lets the pieces play, and how he, so to speak, controls the Karma of
    • world harmony in their truth and reality, the ten basic ... [Gap]
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    • the interests of the ego from the onstreaming flow of karma — this
    • belongs to the first degree. Whatever karma the ego incurs is thereby
    • wiped out from karma. Nation, race, sex, position, religion — all
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    • harmony with the great life of God. And the life of just such a
    • to have hidden this order and harmony in many branches of life — yes,
    • one, of the order and harmony which I have described. When you sit
    • creates by charming life out of what is lifeless. To which of these
    • So to change the outer world, that it becomes a garment for the
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    • warmth; secondly, light ether; thirdly, chemical ether, in which
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    • who harmonise perceptions will be ready with the plan that they have
    • in harmony with the whole earth evolution, since you carry in you an
    • Moon; the guiding beings worked it out in harmony with the whole
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    • world into harmony with the all-embracing occult knowledge of the
    • the ability to develop his inner bodily warmth, which prepared him
    • for warm blood. That, again, is a later structure from the etheric
    • the inner warm blood. That happened in the past. It was not only
    • whereas the other's speech is vibrant with the warm light that will
    • Egoism, the Spirits of Warmth or Fire, the Spirits of Dusk or
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    • harmoniser.
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    • have to come into existence, which will work out the Karma of
    • achieve a harmonious balance it may be necessary to pour into
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    • himself has a harmonious soul, who views the world with devotion and
    • who is so harmoniously formed within himself continually directs
    • harmonious currents towards the child. The characteristics of the
    • all that world harmony which the teacher has gleaned from his
    • observer has received, thereby bringing about harmonious development
    • radiating warmth. This radiating warmth of yours has its reflection
    • reverence and devotion with a bluish colour. The warm reverent
    • blueish shade as well; because it is now lit by the bright warm
    • permeated by warmth. If one transmits a reverential thought to
    • in warmth, we ourselves grow thereby, through the greatness of that
    • throwing the thought of hate at astral man is just as harmful for
    • disharmony can develop between the individual person and the task of
    • earlier times, the idea of reincarnation and karma was universally
    • guide us to investigation, to satisfaction and to a harmonious life
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    • harmonious colour. And what the pupil would perceive as wisdom was
    • which sounded harmless. Among other names they called each other
    • harmless sounding words, as a cover. And that is also where the
    • has converted to harmony and order out of the inanimate world is the
    • I have often said, harmony in human relationships is not brought
    • and are in harmony in their inmost souls, so far that they find
    • harmony. This harmony has evolved, it was not always there. When we
    • harmony is always the outcome of the disharmony of an earlier time.
    • It is basically nothing else than a Cross from which the upper arm
    • and brought into harmony with them.
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    • eyes. She stretched out her arms towards mine and pointed
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    • his karma had allowed him to remain on the earth, have been
    • lost; the surface gets warm; the force of the pressure and
    • of the rubbing is changed into warmth. No force is lost;
    • end has come in the course of natural karma and never from
    • karmic tie which was, of course, the outcome of previous
    • earthly lives spent together. Karmic connections of this
    • — take their start from the fact that these karmic
    • living-out of karma. Hence there arises that conflict which
    • karmically predestined.
    • course, do away with it. I am not saying that karma can be
    • escape from karma, or at least only in the very rarest
    • cases, and in such cases the karma has to be transformed.
    • living-out of karma. Consequences then arise such as those
    • leaves the physical plane, and karma has not taken the
    • of karma is inscribed in the nature of the man. Karma
    • may resist karma in one incarnation because we do not
    • actually within us. We wipe karma away, as it were, from
    • they had fully lived out their karma, is wiped away from
    • will of the karma that has not been lived out. So that when
    • the karma that has not been lived out, and after the death
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    • been allowed by karma to live themselves out in the
    • observation of the life in the body harmonised with the
    • better said, for their karma to bring them into these
    • the flow of karma. Here again you have those truly
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    • how social science should be understood in harmony with people,
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    • karmic elements also in these specific soul states, for you come to
    • is karmic. It shows us what it means to have strengthened the ego by
    • ego. This is an experience that points to a karmic element in the process
    • Three Essays on Haeckel and Karma.
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    • researches in the different worlds into harmony with the element which
    • away from the religions when we try to establish harmony, justifiable
    • harmony, a harmony based on insight, between their truths and what has
    • this fruit ripens, it will be from this direction that the warmth and
    • all this can only further the evolution of man if there is the warmth
    • ability to act in genuine freedom, act in a way that may establish harmony,
    • social harmony among men. Certain things will have to happen in the
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    • may use the expression — which imprinted a charming and
    • and personal tenderness must have been extraordinarily charming
    • “But this picture of a world forlorn alarms and estranges
    • thoughts in harmony with the Mystery of Golgotha, the period
    • of the next thirty-three years. Personal karma rules in our
    • himself; here he must endure whatever lies in his karma and
    • must expect a direct karmic connection between past events and
    • be filled with inner warmth of tone, fortified by which we
    • filled with cosmic warmth, and quite distinct from that
    • is lost, that love that rules and lives warmingly in all beings
    • one's heart with egotistical warmth that overflows in
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    • a force that is able to harmonise the contrasts, the struggle
    • giant lays his arm just in such a way that the shadow falls
    • time registering and harmonising giant, we see the bridge
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    • there that the soul forces have to be in harmony, while to us
    • the human being has harmonised his life, the subordinated bears
    • harmony up to his latest age with that which he had created
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VI: Superstition from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • university, one swarmed against bloodletting. In this region
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    • to search the good in the one-sidedness and to harmonise the
    • Among those who prefer the pharmacological point of view are
    • eat the hemlock without harm, while Socrates died of it? In
    • addition, goats and horses can eat the hemlock without harm,
    • With the person, who had migraine, one simply repaired the harm
    • and that he is concerned above all to compensate for the harm
    • commensurate with it. They harmonise it again with the physical
    • that also his feelings and sensations proceed harmoniously
    • worldview, a healthy harmony of thoughts fulfils our soul. Our
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    • could treat his farmers in such a way, as it was necessary in
    • human being can fly if he presses the arms against the knees
    • in which he is thrown just with the Danube army from one
    • the principle of reincarnation and of spiritual causing, karma,
    • karma. Just as little, he gets to the inner impulse of the soul
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    • environment, in harmony with reality to a practical, healthy
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    • The human being, who is not able to let harmonising experiences
    • remain dry ideas and abstractions. They emit warmth and bliss;
    • warmth and bliss irradiate and penetrate the astral body of the
    • warmth, as fire keeps moving to his life body. The forces of
    • sort of gymnastics is imaginable that works so harmoniously on
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    • restrains these, harmony and order come into being. If he did
    • love for personality is the charm for the sanguine child,
    • charm again. As with the sanguine child love for a personality,
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • unsubstantial garment, clothed in all kinds of physical and
    • and sober concepts, but concepts which make the soul warm and
    • to make the soul clear and the heart warm. Then it had happened
    • charlatanism alarmingly.
    • and fill the universe with harmony!
    • harmoniously sound through the universe.
    • and fashion the living garment of God.
    • perfection and virtues, invokes choice, order, harmony and
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIV: Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Esoteric
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    • hear again how the sounds of millennia harmonise. At the
    • spiritual worlds. Thus, Faust is able to experience the harmony
    • seer are involved. From the old armouries and junk rooms where
    • them, Want, Debt and Distress are not able to harm him. Now
    • Goethe also remains here again in harmony with his knowledge.
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    • music the Greek expressed this harmony and created it in his
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVIII: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • or warm, that he transforms his etheric body or life body. This
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 1: The Experience of Major and Minor
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    • of movement, you get the arms. And then, if you consider it, you arrive
    • so, instead of stretching out your arms you might just as well open
    • arms. But this gesture will not ring true if you have never tried to
    • experience the feeling of this fork-like movement of the arms, as has
    • something with rounded arms, we encircle it with love. When we open
    • experience) than that the arms assume a forked angle as you stand confronting
    • can mean ‘arm’. Translator's note.]). We touch ourselves.
    • In making the gesture for o, you form a circle with both arms.
    • a tree; I embrace this tree with my arms, but I myself am the tree;
    • That which is important for me is enclosed in my arms. This is the feeling
    • preparing your way. I run along my arms when I make the movement for
    • by means of a protecting garment. You increase the intensity of your
    • gesture by making a light movement of the left arm, touching the right
    • arm as if you wanted to push it away (left arm slightly pushing the
    • the right arm, and finally pushing the right arm with the left. Here
    • and the movement, with what you add with the left arm bringing about
    • a forming gesture — for when you follow on with the left arm,
    • you arrest what you have poured into the movement in the right arm and
    • you make with the right arm, this outgoing feeling is intensified. And
    • and must be in harmony with the foundation. And the formation establishes
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  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 2: Experience and Gesture; the Intervals
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    • warmth. Let us suppose that someone is singing or speaking. Imagine
    • any body, [like] a volume of air, is compressed, it becomes warmer.
    • It becomes inwardly warmer. Compression causes an increase of inner
    • warmth. When such a body expands, it uses this warmth again in the process
    • of temperature: warm, cold; warm, cold; warm, cold.
    • the stream of singing or speaking the element of warmth. The ego lives
    • in this element of warmth, and singing and speech gain their inwardness
    • their inner quality of soul from the warmth that, as it were, is carried
    • on the waves of this air (which form the sound purely outwardly); warmth
    • active in the flowing air itself, and the ego lives in the warmth which
    • present in the air and warmth, they are also present in the fluid and
    • themselves to the air and warmth. Singing and speaking do in fact entail
    • ourselves. Harmonious feeling is brought about by the balance between
    • experience of the seventh (sounding either harmonically or melodically)
    • by an accompanying or a following gesture of one arm, indicating an
    • the major third, you still remain within your arm. You remain within
    • some variety, you might, for instance, stretch out your arm and, while
    • (right arm stretched out, the hand moving up and down). Now you are
    • with a major third. Then you will show inwardness by making the arm
    • you remain more within yourself, which you indicate with your arm back
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  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 3: Melodic Movement; the Ensouling of the Three Dimensions through Pitch, Rhythm and Beat
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    • With the right arm, try to make a movement similar to the one I gave
    • for the forming of the seventh; now try to hold the arm still whilst
    • stepping forwards, so that the arm remains stationary, the body following
    • the direction of the arm. To do this you must bend your arm as you step.
    • The arm, the hand that is, must remain in the same place while you step
    • forwards. This exercise must be carried out in such a way that the arm,
    • try to reproduce in eurythmy the harmony of the notes. You will now
    • out the step and movements of both arms simultaneously, as I indicated,
    • chordal, harmonic element into the melodic element, to transform the
    • harmonic element into Melos. This is the corrective element about which
    • today have an innate tendency to find the harmonic element even in a
    • In the chord it would be quite senseless. In harmony, such a lying in-
    • to the harmonic element is really a stepwise transition from the musical
    • in practice), you may never say: This is an ee (stretched arm). For
    • as long as the arm is in movement; so long is it ee. Nothing in eurythmy
    • of the arms, of the hands, and indeed, if you like, the upwards and
    • as we otherwise do, but do the movement for the third with both arms,
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 4: The Progression of Musical Phrases; Swinging Over; the Bar Line
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    • wherever possible indicating through the position of the arms and hands
    • speech (to declamation and recitation), we find marked disharmony between
    • seventh harmony, in which the human being is given back to himself.
    • details of curved or stretched arm movements, feeling through the finger
  • Title: Eurthmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 5: Choral Eurythmy
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    • warm towards anyone who, with a certain instinctive flair, realizes
    • of people. In this way, one group expresses the harmonic element, and
    • the harmonic development is then expressed by letting the harmony flow
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 6: The Sustained Note; the Rest; Discords
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    • for instance with: Gab man Manna or Ob Olaf warm war.
    • Gab man Manna ... Ob Olaf warm war ... : musical
    • warm war. You will easily recognize that the vowels ah[1]
    • out some of it, leave out the colour element, as I described, the warmth
    • phenomena, even the smells on Saturn (for apart from the ‘smelling-harmonium’
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 7: Musical Physiology; the Point of Departure; Intervals; Cadences
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    • human organization, the hands and arms are the most wonderful human
    • is like arms and hands which have become solidified and brought to rest.
    • Try the following: Bring your arms and hands into movement before you
    • surrounded by the muscles and bones which end in the arms and hands.
    • most expressive ‘organs’, the arms and hands?
    • starting point between the chest and the arms. This is the collar-bone.
    • of the arms and hands. Now I must ask you to consider the following.
    • arms and hands, then vitality will be brought into your tone eurythmy.
    • of movement which you pour into your arms and hands really proceed from
    • into the socket of the upper arm. And feel too when you express the
    • Already while unfolding the arm, the force which causes the arm to be
    • of departure of the arm. Feel as if the whole forearm (and indeed the
    • upper arm too) together with the hand and fingers were quite light,
    • in the arm.
    • or turning of the upper arm, in connection with the movement I have
    • position of the hand starts in the upper arm. Then you have the right
    • from the collar-bone passes by way of the upper arm and on into the
    • forearm; and only then does the flowing into the forearm become the
    • in the first lecture. For this, you need the forearm, both hands [probably
    • Austrian dialect for ‘arms’. Translator's note], and the right or left
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  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 8: Pitch (ethos and pathos), Note Values, Dynamics, Changes of Tempo
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    • arm, fingers or hand, looking at your own eurythmy, carefully following
    • which is manifested in the arms as movement is brought to rest. The
    • to the arms and hands, so the movements of the arms and hands might
    • the movements of hand and arm can be reinforced by corresponding leg
    • in style to what the arms and hands do. You will feel then what the
    • warmth or inner cold. This is what the inner life is. A eurythmist may
  • Title: Preparing for a New Birth
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    • harmonious relationship to the whole of life — that is,
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 1: Probability and Chance
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    • statement that divine providence, the cosmic order, cosmic harmony,
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 2: Consciousness in Sleeping and Waking States
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    • That is the origin of clothing; garments replaced auras.
    • Joseph and Mary Magdalene wear quite different garments. One wears a
    • red mantle. Mary Magdalene is often portrayed in a yellow garment by
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 3: Necessity and Chance in Historical Events
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    • risen up in arms against this, and Hegel had to make the following comment:
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 5: Necessity and Past, Chance and Present
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    • little bit about karma is to say that everything is caused by karmic
    • be expecting to happen in the karma of the present incarnation. But
    • of a karmic sequence, a reality generated by something presently living
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 7: The Physical Body Binds Us to the Physical World
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    • It is true that karma is the cause of our individual predispositions,
    • out love, warm love, a warm etheric love-element, while that of an older
    • encountered. Special individual needs would be taken care of by karma
    • achieve greater harmony in our lives than we could achieve if we didn't
    • for us a seeking out of impulses that flow into us as soul-warmth,
    • suffer them for the sake of harmony in the entire universe.
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 8: Death, Physical Body and Etheric Body
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    • suffusing us with living warmth.
    • strong impression of the inner harmony of the marvelous structure that
    • (soul) of the planets, and in his Harmonices mundi he describes
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
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    • harmony between the legitimate living together of modern human
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture II: Theosophy and Antisophy
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    • theosophical mood. Therefore, I feel always in harmony with
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and Denomination
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    • all perfection and virtues, invoking choice, order, harmony and
    • absurd that he feels warmth putting out his hand and does not
    • in the religious confession that warms up and fulfils the human
    • harmony with all those who have expressed their conviction in
    • science feels in harmony with Goethe. To sum up, we can also
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IV: On Death
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    • we know that karma is an active force continuing to have an
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture V: The Meaning of Immortality of the Human Soul
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    • want to compensate everything wrong karmically. You look at
    • fact that we can feel spiritual science in harmony with the
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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    • emotions in the human soul, should strive for rest and harmony.
    • One has to say that order and harmony become manifest
    • beings? What can one think of a world where order and harmony
    • remain connected with the sensory world as our karma must bind
    • of the evil. I have often said that one feels in harmony with
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VII: The Moral Basis of Human Life
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    • of the karma in the next life on earth. Someone who ascends to
    • they appear in the further karma. I do not really want to say
    • to the universe where security, order and harmony prevail and
    • feels in harmony with that what the most significant spirits of
    • the truth. Thus, one feels in harmony with many spirits, while
    • divine-spiritual worlds. One feels also in harmony with a
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VIII: Voltaire
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    • in such a way, as if we look at a swarm of mosquitoes which
    • disintegrates in the single mosquitoes, and the swarm of
    • to us only in such a way as a swarm of mosquitoes appears to us
    • Raise thy dread arm, o God! Thy people
    • Sav'd by thy arm, thy League its voice
    • Nurs'd in her bosom, arm'd for her
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IX: Between Death and Rebirth of the Human Being
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    • in harmony with spiritual science because it creates an
    • the next birth. That is why we feel in harmony with the most
    • hope for another. Spiritual science feels in harmony with these
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture X: Homunculus
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    • also emphasised here repeatedly that it feels in harmony with
    • How wonderfully is that in harmony with the
    • harmless that it has something in its whole attitude that
    • to show it, and spiritual science completely feels in harmony
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture XI: Spiritual Science as a Treasure for Life
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    • oven that one has not to persuade to make the room warm,
    • the wood does not look at all that it delivers warmth.
    • Nevertheless, there is warmth! While we put the quite different
    • looking wood into the oven and kindle it, we bring warmth in
    • our souls and we get used to them. As certain it is that warmth
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • warmest greetings to you all. Had you come some four or five
    • bad, and if as a child one was exposed to its many harmful
    • — that his poor education did not seem to harm his
    • harm? For did Tagore not demonstrate that despite this, he was
    • famous person, then a bad education cannot do permanent harm.
    • unconsciously every time we stretch our arms sideways. The
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • between the activities of arms and hands and those of the lower
    • limbs. The movements of arms and hands have a special affinity
    • activities of legs and feet and those of arms and hands
    • seeking physical balance. B