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  • Title: Foundations of Esotericism: Contents
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    • technique of karma.
    • eighth sphere. The twelve Nidanas or forces of Karma.
    • of the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms. The twelve forces of Karma
    • How Karma works in relation to deeds, words and thoughts. The opposite
    • of Karma: creation out of nothing. The experience of Nirvana.
    • Logos — Karma and the five Skandhas.
    • beginning of Karma. Wisdom, Beauty, Strength as reflection of Manas,
    • axis. Arising of original (Ur) Karma. Conflict between Jehovah and
    • Lucifer. Christianity and the teaching of Reincarnation and Karma.
  • Title: Foundations of Esotericism: Glossary of Indian-Theosophical Terms
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    • Also called Maharajas: Exalted spiritual beings connected with human destiny (Karma): Lords of Karma, who guide incarnation.
    • The twelve Nidanas are the twelve Karma-forces which bring about incarnation. See Lecture 15.
    • According to Buddhistic reaching the five fundamental principles in every human being: body, sensation, thinking, will, consciousness. According to Rudolf Steiner virtually identical with Karma. See Lecture 17 of the Course.
  • Title: Foundations of Esotericism: Notes
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    • Three Essays on Haeckel and Karma.
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture II
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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,
    • 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
    • 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
    • certain extent be able to evaluate karma in order to achieve
    • the karma which he has still to pay back. When one reaches this stage
    • still existing karma. If I begin to work into my etheric body, I must
    • make it my aim to balance my still remaining karma. It can happen that
    • with his new astral body. This is his previous karma, the Guardian of
    • the Threshold. He then has his earlier karma continually before him.
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  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture V
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    • Karma arises. Just as the parallel organ to the ear is the organ of
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture VII
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    • become completely adapted to the other. And Karma is nothing else than
    • achieved is Karma overcome and the human being can take up something
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture IX
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    • 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
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture X
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    • dark clouds, indicating lower impulses. This is the inherited Karma
    • spheres in order to understand the real mechanism of Karma.
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XI
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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.
    • 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.
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XIII
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    • karma. As soon as people unite in a common purpose they have a
    • collective karma which binds them together and leads them on their
    • Karma.
    • Karma is the law. The Deva is the one who brings the law into
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XIV
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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
    • karma which in Indian esotericism are called Nidanas:
    • In the next lecture we shall study these important aspects of karma in
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XV
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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
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XVI
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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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  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XVII
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    • Logos - Karma and the five Skandhas.
    • affects the karma of the group or race. In words lies a greater
    • 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
    • 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
    • with Karma.
    • Vijnana: Consciousness necessary to the overcoming of Karma.
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XVIII
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    • If we wish to obtain a more exact knowledge of how Karma comes about,
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XX
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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
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XXI
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    • if one wishes to understand reincarnation and karma. Action finds its
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XXII
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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
    • Karma. Thereby we can give permanence to everything in the Monad.
    • reflection of Karma. As the work of the Monad progresses, the kernel
    • 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
    • in existence, can renounce the Lipikas. He stands above Karma. This we
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XXIII
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    • axis. Arising of original (Ur) Karma. Conflict between Jehovah and
    • Lucifer. Christianity and the teaching of Reincarnation and Karma.
    • 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
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XXIV
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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
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XXVII
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    • 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
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XXIX
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    • We will now throw yet more light on the hidden working of Karma and
    • Karma as it manifests in national communities. From this you can
    • he still has the evil in his Karma within him. This he is now working



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