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- Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Nature and Significance of Karma in the Personal and Individual, and in Humanity, the Earth and the Universe
- our confidence in karma will be more fully awakened, and we shall have
- Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Relationships Between Karma and Accidents
- are abandoned by the astral body and the Ego, and that the awakening
- which a human being has when going to sleep and when awakening?
- development between going to sleep and awakening, would prove
- and awakening, his astral body which gained its full development in
- awakening. If we were to fall asleep consciously, the condition of our
- The very reverse takes place when we awaken. When we awaken and sink
- We can describe the processes of awakening and falling asleep as inner
- experiences of the human being: awakening as a sinking down of the
- being awake. For we could not be awake were we not so to
- external world. Whether we are awake or not depends upon a certain
- us set out from the standpoint that the condition of man when awake is
- takes place when we awaken, when our Ego sinks down into the two lower
- principles. Awakening consists in the sinking down of the Ego-man into
- shows the very fact of our awakening. Just as the state of waking is
- the Ego upon awakening. What is this excessive penetration of the
- astral body does what we otherwise do upon awakening, namely pushes
- trying to awaken within us, we become ill. Illness is an abnormal
- health we live in an ordinary waking condition? We are awake in
- awakening within man of the astral body, and health is the normal
- is the awakening of the astral body, something like a consciousness
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