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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
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    • have confidence that karma itself will dictate to us what we shall
    • we, as Anthroposophists, have to perform. Karma will reveal itself to
    • himself an idea of what karma is. It is a very abstract idea of karma
    • itself externally, but also one which will react upon the bow itself.
    • itself. Something which happens through the bending of the bow reacts,
    • the object by which the effect itself was caused. This comes nearer to
    • that thing or being itself; nevertheless we must not call the
    • it was not actually designed by the person himself. If this connection
    • place, then that to which the youth had accustomed himself in his
    • thirteenth year would have shown itself in later life and would have
    • which had been repressed now begins to assert itself, appearing as
    • similar cases, that law can itself say to us: ‘an event is
    • Thus the law of karma itself may be a source of consolation if we
    • must first discover. What matter the rules by which I myself feel
    • bound? The child himself must feel the necessity to do this or that.
    • years does not manifest itself until the very evening of life. A man
    • himself be taught before, and looks back in, say, his fortieth year on
    • to him, or wrongs which he himself did in his twelfth year? He will do
    • consciousness, and he has himself, in a certain way brought about the
    • itself, and not the effect it produces; but the other consciousness
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  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma and the Animal Kingdom
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    • self-consciousness; nevertheless he does say that the animal is
    • man has transformed and incorporated within himself the same forces
    • builds his home, but man has turned the forces inwards upon himself,
    • could only do this in the same degree to which man refined himself.
    • refine himself, and rise a stage higher. At each step certain beings
    • freeing himself from the beings which live around him in the lower
    • Moon detached itself, no change took place in them. They simply
    • power to raise itself above pain, and to triumph by means of it. That
    • concerning itself only with outward physical space, man has paid in a
    • abyss so that he could rise higher himself. He could not give them an
    • he will give them when he has come to the freedom and selflessness of
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma in Relation to Disease and Health
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    • discover the karmic cause of health, it will have to occupy itself a
    • invalid himself. For it cannot be denied that the patients themselves
    • body itself is changed, but only that all kinds of disturbances and
    • remain; it is unable of itself to repair the injury. For this reason,
    • itself entirely different forms, and develops entirely different
    • etheric body of a plant replies to a similar injury to itself. But
    • body which adapts itself completely to the physical body; so that if
    • first to heal itself and then the corresponding member in the physical
    • makes the etheric body subservient to itself. A being such as a plant,
    • the more does a being open itself to the external world. Thus the
    • imprints itself on his physical body also. How does this come about?
    • within itself the power to bring forth what it formerly had, we shall
    • the pain which he gave to the other. A kind of self-reproach is
    • itself all the more surely and deeply into our inner being, and
    • arouse the most forcible feelings against himself in the life after
    • superficial life in one incarnation — expresses itself in the
    • incarnation this tendency to lying manifests itself in incorrectly
    • more does the astral body imprint itself into the etheric body and
    • find in the same life the causes of much that manifests itself as
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • self-healing powers and to draw them forth from his organism. The
    • help with human needs. For the rest, he confined himself to watching
    • the disease come, so to speak, and waiting to see how the self-healing
    • and self-healing came about.
    • itself; if we follow the process of healing impartially —
    • goes into existence again with these intentions. Further, he himself
    • from the physical life): ‘You must do something to yourself, so
    • of self which led him in one incarnation to perform certain actions.
    • then so work that in the next incarnation his feeling of self will be
    • feeling of self. He sees that he must be more temperate as regards
    • self-healing forces, he may gain strength and power which will lead
    • his body and has identified himself more with it, for if the influence
    • Now, if man had taken only this principle into himself he would have
    • again received the means by which to rid himself of the luciferic
    • insinuate himself and make the external world into illusion because we
    • once the luciferic forces were there, man enmeshed himself more in the
    • and imprints itself into the plastic forces, which then construct a
    • itself that forces are imprinted in him by means of which he will
    • disease, in the self-healing which is then striven for that the human
    • self-healing forces become active, and the injurious influences are
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  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Natural and Accidental Illness in Relationship to Karma
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    • to the treatment of illness and the illness itself, but would no
    • longer concern itself with any such connection. The idea of the
    • so-called ‘self-healing’ penetrated the minds of the young
    • doctors influenced by this school. Skoda himself made the following
    • treatment take such course as to develop self-healing forces at the
    • question: how is that which we may call ‘self-healing’
    • cases can there be no self-healing or cure of any kind?
    • introduction of the idea of self-healing, we must arrive at the
    • influencing our organism itself. As we see, a complex of conceptions,
    • produce a weak Ego-consciousness and weak self-reliance, and whose Ego
    • attached little value to itself, becoming absorbed only in
    • will by way of self-education lead him gradually to a stronger
    • ‘resistance’ which a weak self-reliance must experience, and
    • physical plane itself those qualities, on account of which the illness
    • could let it live by itself and withdraw from the healthy part the
    • may thus crudely express myself, we can never really completely forget
    • not yet healthy, so as to treat it by itself. On the contrary, through
    • himself. Because in such cases the barrier of consciousness is
    • satisfaction itself he could derive the necessary force to carry on
    • accomplish through our soul forces the self-education that would
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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
    • case man has drawn to himself something external. Before reincarnation
    • attempted to descend into the inner self found that the further they
    • descending into his own inner self. He speaks of ‘Ent
    • is this consciousness? A consciousness expresses itself in
    • of disease within us which in no way manifests itself through pain.
    • and re-birth is so transformed that the etheric body itself awakens,
    • If you burn yourself — which is an external experience —
    • Something in him, namely, the thing itself, will do this without his
    • himself, which in the period between death and re-birth work down to
    • himself to a host of bacilli. But let us suppose that this dim
    • deeper-lying strata of human consciousness itself. Grotesque as it may
    • place himself where he may be struck by lightning; with his ordinary
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Forces of Nature, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and Epidemics in Relation to Karma
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    • therefore say that in every case where pain makes itself felt, we are
    • external world depends upon what he is himself. Just as we cannot see
    • the ahrimanic influence has been able to insinuate itself into this
    • insinuated himself into this inaccurate picture, and under his
    • himself against such delusions. The means which external science
    • then this influence is the more malicious. It anchors itself not only
    • body. It manifests itself in a consciousness lying deeper than our
    • Testament. After Lucifer's influence had made itself felt, as is
    • describe as the normal? When our present solar system organised itself
    • which shaped itself for the present existence after the Moon existence
    • in the domain into which we are able to follow him in man himself,
    • himself.
    • forces of the earth itself. When the volcano throws out its lava,
    • imperfection within himself, and we may surmise that man is driven
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma of the Higher Beings
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    • showing itself through old inherited characteristics, in images, or
    • depend upon the man himself if he morbidly misunderstands a thing, for
    • his logic may be sound in itself but is reflected in a deformed manner
    • himself, and which react upon him in a crassly absurd manner, we can
    • itself; with these revelations of the super-sensible world we can
    • also notice in his gestures if, for instance, with self-restraint he
    • itself with our innermost being is able to have a transforming effect
    • presents itself when things are even more distant, when, for instance,
    • challenges and attracts to itself the ahrimanic influence in the next
    • earlier life, and you at that time brought it on yourself.’ Were
    • is a universal law, and each experiences it for himself; but we must
    • materialism presented itself to their souls, and so a mind directed
    • individual again sees himself caught up into the general karma of
    • Graeco-Latin culture stands by itself, but that the Egyptian-Chaldean
    • himself. It is nevertheless a reappearance of what went before.
    • to which the person in question will himself have to produce a
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • compensating effects of karmic causes which he himself has
    • certain karmic matters with which mankind had burdened itself in
    • presented by Spiritual Science, thus addresses itself to those souls
    • itself with the moral impulses emanating from the soul of man and
    • she will find herself simply because she is a woman, and which will
    • the organism itself in the next incarnation. A deep working into and
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Free Will and Karma in the Future of Human Evolution
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    • substance itself as to what form it takes in the external world, but
    • light by methods which themselves are coarser than the light itself.
    • incarnations, entered the luciferic element. Lucifer has woven himself
    • not merely a self-abandonment, but permeates it in its innermost being
    • itself indicates what should lead to the overcoming of the
    • from sacrifice. One evokes in oneself a process which is not intended
    • to be significant to oneself only, for then one would call forth one
    • free himself again. Because love is the fundamental essence of the
    • darkness or obscurity. Everything really presenting itself
    • that the organism has within it the forces with which to help itself.
    • what is in man himself, good or bad. We can rejoice in nature, not
    • time the mighty healer for all the damage man can cause himself.
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Individual and Human Karma. Karma of the Higher Beings.
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    • evolution of mankind itself both meaning and significance are to be
    • could not of itself make a direct beginning. It had to obtain certain
    • a thing by itself, which is continuous in itself, in a similar way to
    • the ‘destiny’ of human evolution itself.
    • For let no man deceive himself. To think of such a goal in the right
    • himself more and more with the gifts of the spiritual world, and at
    • would have possessed within himself everything which was given from
    • own karma upon himself. This is a necessary consequence of his
    • sentence itself shows that it refers to a characteristic of the Elohim
    • karma into himself, because only thus could he attain to real freedom
    • which can develop only when man himself gives the highest purpose to
    • only by means of knowledge. Firstly, through self-knowledge, we make
    • supplemented by self-knowledge — both must work together. We must
    • unite self-knowledge and the knowledge of the external world with our
    • himself to the heels of Lucifer. That which came about in the course
    • not have perceived it with a self-conscious freedom.
    • clairvoyance who have striven after knowledge and self-knowledge. But
    • ‘free will’ itself is incorrect, for man only becomes free
    • fills himself with the contents of the spiritual world, and becomes in
    • becomes free, but man who permeates himself with what he can know and
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