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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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    • different lectures which in the course of time have been given, you
    • the certainty that, when the time comes, be it to-morrow, or the day
    • brings to us, make life more satisfactory, and at the same time raise
    • should need much more time than is at our disposal. So in this case,
    • which is to occupy us for some time. Definitions are for the purpose
    • accurate in our ideas instead of being casual as people sometimes are
    • often bent, becomes slack in time. So, from what the bow does and from
    • or four weeks and have often bent it so that after this time it
    • marked out for him, and who up to that time had pursued a course of
    • excellence in his work. But after some time one can also observe
    • time before the change of calling as the occurrence we have been
    • what had before occupied it; but though repressed for a certain time,
    • be driven into the background. But after a time a certain resistance
    • not have been thus bored if, for example, in the meantime he had
    • effect. It is true that if we start our investigations at the time of
    • life are at present observed for only short periods of time, hardly
    • happened after a long period of time, with what may have happened
    • child in its later life it will be a long time before the essential
    • whole life-time. If you call to mind the earliest parts of your life,
    • you will say: ‘There is indeed, a point of time when my
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  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma and the Animal Kingdom
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    • of the old conceptions of the world held by mankind in ancient times,
    • characteristic too that in the Middle Ages and on into our own times,
    • philosopher of modern times,
    • a materialistic western spirit. The materialism of modern times is
    • time, when one is inclined to consider all one finds in the world
    • and have to spend a certain time in order to learn them. Man has to
    • should bring such artistic powers into the world, were at one time at
    • common to both. What then has happened in the meantime that the animal
    • behaved in the meantime that he now no longer possesses all he once
    • outwardly. So if we, at the present time move among the animals with a
    • which may be described as animal-humanity. At that time this external
    • dissolved, so to speak, into chaos. Up to a certain time of cosmic
    • which at the present day belong to the Moon, at that time were still
    • that time they could exist under conditions quite different from those
    • a special arrangement. Some time after the exit of the Sun the present
    • the Sun had first to go out and then after a time the Moon?’
    • ancient times mingle and interpenetrate with those of modern times.
    • kingdoms. At one time we were bound up with these beings, with all
    • separate at a particular time. Now what took place up to the time of
    • The organisation at that time in spite of its grossness was still much
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  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma in Relation to Disease and Health
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    • sometimes marvellous. The light which proceeds from Spiritual Science
    • what can be done at the present time in the field of scientific
    • less the passions already so excited at the present time.
    • this field we find the grossest superstition in bygone times!’
    • that time. Thus some say: ‘There were times when every illness
    • flies in the room, and that the real cause was that for a long time a
    • events which came into human life in former times, and how they
    • course, impossible in the short space of time at our disposal to
    • made up of a physical and etheric body. At the same time it is a being
    • once renew it. But when it casts its shell the next time and arrives
    • time the stump grows larger, and if the animal were to cast its shell
    • present time is the subject of an important dispute in the field of
    • time. Hence the etheric body has to exercise greater powers if it has
    • remains. When a certain length of time has passed after death, a time
    • transformed during this time. They work, just as do the conscious
    • exactly in that critical time between birth and the time back to which
    • have forgotten. No idea of it has remained behind, but at the time we
    • way that from a certain point of time on, an inexplicable depression
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • We find a time at the turning point between the Middle Ages and modern
    • times, about the sixteenth to the seventeenth century, when the idea
    • lasted for a long time, even into the nineteenth century, and when we
    • beginning of the nineteenth centuries and for some time later, we are
    • time: teas, mixtures, more dangerous medicines, blood-letting, etc.
    • treatment with time-honoured remedies. The waiting treatment founded
    • forces came out of the organism, until after a time the fever subsided
    • forms intentions and tendencies during the time up to a new birth, and
    • earthly lives, and from the time between death and re-birth. He is
    • modern times we call diptheric, which in many cases appears when there
    • same time. The fact that this influence had penetrated into his astral
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Natural and Accidental Illness in Relationship to Karma
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    • the course of a relatively short time, during the last century,
    • deaths than the remedies ordinarily in use. At that time the term
    • significance of the period which lies between birth and the time when
    • in his previous life had at all times acted in such a way as to
    • same time he will have the capacity for fighting this illness which is
    • living all the time under the influence of that condition, and, if I
    • of the soul could forget his condition for some time at least, he
    • the soul. We need not be surprised that in our time we are able to
    • views that in the course of time give place to one another.
    • before the time of Galileo was seen by thousands and thousands,
    • sentiment and thought and also the development of what we call the
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Relationships Between Karma and Accidents
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    • inner being. If, however, we extend our investigation to the time
    • because we do not take into account the time when the inner quality
    • spiritual world which is its true home, until there comes a time when
    • today, we should find that we could not at that time see external
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Forces of Nature, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and Epidemics in Relation to Karma
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    • that such people who incline towards sentimental fanaticism —
    • physical illusory world, and at the same time the liver is the organ
    • must study karma, for only when the time comes shall we be able to
    • We know that upon the ancient Moon dwelt beings who passed that time
    • the effect of the ahrimanic battle of that time.
    • influence upon us. At no time is the danger of illusion greater than
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma of the Higher Beings
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    • upon the two forces, the two principles, which in the course of time
    • have appeared to us to stimulate and also at the same time to regulate
    • has succumbed to errors and delusions. Last time we spoke of those
    • taken literally. If a little while ago, and also the last time, we
    • body. In the course of time, into these sheaths we have built by means
    • waking condition in the daytime, but we cannot descend to it. That
    • But because in the daytime we are living in our Ego-consciousness and
    • earlier life, and you at that time brought it on yourself.’ Were
    • times have developed if Aristotle had not at a certain time done his
    • certain time. In such cases a destiny is thrust upon men which need
    • begin to understand that the matters that we summarised last time in a
    • against epidemics, these were times at which men could not do so
    • karma is accomplished, and we must at the same time understand that we
    • become uncharitable. It may well happen that we, following for a time
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • AS I have several times pointed out, the great karmic laws can be here
    • is a fact that, at the present time, many influences and causes are
    • to-day are saved in regard to health, are at the same time condemned
    • repeated, and at most it can be repeated seven times. The rule is,
    • the stage in those ancient times in which he could absorb this
    • experiences and for this reason, we are forced during our lifetime to
    • bear results for time without end. We should know that although there
    • all the time while the other has walked a long distance, and has
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Free Will and Karma in the Future of Human Evolution
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    • books those expositions which could be given here if we had time
    • being, manifests at one time as gold, at another time as potash, lime,
    • question of the methods of healing and of how much is taken at a time.
    • Water is a strong poison, if one takes ten bucketfuls at one time. The
    • time the mighty healer for all the damage man can cause himself.
    • Here is the transition from the Middle Ages to modern times and many
    • In this connection I should like to note that just in such times as
    • our modern science will not for a long time be ripe: Matter is in
    • sayings which will for all time remain true and will prove fruitful
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Individual and Human Karma. Karma of the Higher Beings.
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    • karma; but as this is our last lecture, and time is necessarily short
    • questions, cannot be dealt with this time. But our anthroposophical
    • men who sacrificed themselves at that time, of all that was done by
    • — in the Greek legions at that time. If we really consider such
    • separate person did at that time solely to the karmic account of that
    • lectures extending over three or four years and during that time gave
    • when it arose, and how low had it fallen in a comparatively short time
    • are compelled on account of the conditions of our time to impress
    • progressing enrichment of human evolution. From time to time there would
    • luciferic spirits have brought freedom to mankind at the same time as
    • time an enthusiasm in the soul of the people. This is precisely
    • the ascending time of purification — perhaps during several
    • spiritual possessions. At that time men were only able to send up the

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