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  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma in Relation to Disease and Health
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    • that time. Thus some say: ‘There were times when every illness
    • spiritual cause of illness while admitting all the rest is no more
    • the case of illness. When speaking of people who are ill, and also of
    • illness consider, on the one hand the share the physical body may have
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • of his illness, and which is fundamentally beyond the reach of any
    • certain illness, in order that by overcoming it and by developing the
    • Especially is this the case in the form of illness which in these
    • of various illnesses, but we must now go still more deeply if we wish
    • If a man can fall ill, and can through karma even seek illness
    • the part of a great teacher. If we study illnesses in this way we
    • shall see unmistakably that an illness is a manifestation of either
    • ahrimanic illness is being treated. For example, electro-therapeutics
    • ought not to be used in illnesses which originate from luciferic
    • causes, but only in ahrimanic forms of illness. For electricity, which
    • From this we see how karma works in illness and how it works to
    • overcome illness. It will now no longer seem incomprehensible that in
    • we clearly understand that the aim — the karmic aim of illness is
    • means of that which he has acquired through illness. Then the healing
    • has an object. The person comes forth healed from the illness, having
    • gained what he was to gain. Through the conquest of the illness he has
    • can freely work out what you have gained through the illness.’
    • disease. In this way through the presence of an illness, a payment on
    • seems to be founded on karma that one illness ends in being cured and
    • another terminates in death. If we see illnesses terminated in this
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  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Natural and Accidental Illness in Relationship to Karma
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    • NATURAL AND ACCIDENTAL ILLNESS IN RELATIONSHIP TO KARMA
    • based entirely upon the theory that for every illness which was given
    • use of the remedy in question the course of the illness must be
    • to the treatment of illness and the illness itself, but would no
    • an illness, to explain, and perhaps also to describe it, but remedy
    • conditions, an illness such as pneumonia will with temporising
    • conclusion that something is invoked in the course of an illness which
    • leads to the conquest of the illness. And this would have induced us
    • to pursue the more secret reasons for the course of the illness. We
    • course of an illness may be sought for in the development of humanity.
    • Ego-consciousness. We have further stated that an illness such as
    • its physical expression in its blood. Now both of these illnesses
    • impregnated with a predisposition to a certain illness, but, at the
    • same time he will have the capacity for fighting this illness which is
    • karma acquires through the conquest of the illness, such forces as
    • physical plane itself those qualities, on account of which the illness
    • organism so that through the conquest of the illness in question it
    • with those forms of illness leading neither to a real cure nor to
    • for most people. When one has recovered from an illness, the effect
    • sought for has been obtained and in a certain sense the illness has
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  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Relationships Between Karma and Accidents
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    • demonstrated, a cause of illness asserts itself from within man. But
    • illnesses as are the result of exterior causes — such illnesses
    • do with illness, we must not assume anything haphazard. In the case of
    • trying to awaken within us, we become ill. Illness is an abnormal
    • health and illness in the following way. Illness is an abnormal
    • And what is this consciousness of the astral body? If illness really
    • that pain and illness invariably go together. Without exception, every
    • constitutes illness, but the inverse does not hold. That illness may
    • illness is accompanied by pain. Most people take no notice of this
    • of pain goes always together with illness. Our liver may be damaged
    • This may be so in many instances. Objectively regarded these illnesses
    • illness? We need but remember that only little by little did we
    • process which we have described as the whole purpose of illness may
    • then seeks for the cause of the disease or of the illness. It is the
    • real being of man which goes in quest of the cause for illness in
    • order to bring about what we called yesterday the process of illness.
    • Thus from the deeper nature of disease and illness we shall understand
    • may call: the search for the external causes of illness through the
    • consciousness of which he is aware — to look for an illness, and
    • consciousness. We had to show that in an illness we are concerned with
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  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Forces of Nature, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and Epidemics in Relation to Karma
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    • nature of pain, which may be connected with an illness; we also
    • pointed out how in other cases an illness may run its course — at
    • side with illness. At our last discussion we already concluded that we
    • that if pain is connected with an illness, there must be something
    • more at stake than mere illness. We have pointed out that the process
    • illness, is influenced on the one side by the luciferic principle, and
    • How do we lay the foundation of illnesses? Why do we acquire a
    • predisposition for illness? What induces us between death and rebirth
    • to prepare forces which will manifest as illness in our next life? We
    • suffer an illness which, if it is overcome, will free us still further
    • This would bring about an illness, but if nothing else co-operated,
    • the illness would lead to no great improvement during the life in
    • illnesses which result from yielding to the luciferic powers, we
    • deeds, inclinations, and greeds that brought about the illness.
    • powers, how these powers effect an illness in the following
    • dealing with an illness provoked by the luciferic forces. Pain is a
    • classification will now be longing to distinguish these illnesses that
    • understand that during the course of an illness there are phenomena
    • part of our illness is traceable to luciferic influence. But this will
    • illness, and then equalised through the pain, why should it not call
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  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Free Will and Karma in the Future of Human Evolution
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    • previous acts or experiences there has arisen a necessity for illness
    • certain illnesses in one incarnation appear as the karmic consequences
    • damaged. Here is to be found the cause of illness, and we may
    • element, which impregnates matter and is the cause of illness working
    • being a necessary consequence of an illness proceeding from a
    • him which caused his illness, to expel that luciferic element in the
    • influenced by Lucifer resulting in illness, a force which must be
    • kingdom You will always find in those forms of illness closer
    • For such illnesses whose causes lie in the etheric body, science seeks
    • illnesses of the heart. These are things which, inasmuch as they are
    • came these real valuable remedies. Causes of illness, which are



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