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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Contents
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    • day-consciousness we are incorporated as man; in unconsciousness we
    • the activity manifested in memory, lead us through the unconscious
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Introduction
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    • however, friends are fully conscious that such difficulties
    • Provided this consciousness is present, then all will be well. But it
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture II
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    • look out over the plant-bedecked earth, we should be conscious: That
    • consciousness. To find it we must penetrate into the universe more
    • constitution of our body — is brought about by our conscious
    • part remains in our unconscious — or sub-consciousness.
    • signifies for fully conscious human reflection. Think what it means
    • impulse that led up to it, when we reflect on this quite consciously.
    • to solve the riddle consciously: to bring about in our fiftieth year
    • had to solve it consciously, like a mathematical problem —
    • Consciously,
    • human kingdom. All that thus happens to us is deep in the unconscious
    • in the unconscious. All this takes place as though it were subject to
    • new birth you have a strong consciousness of the fact: I have done
    • unconscious, and it is nonsense to ask about the freedom of the Will.
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture III
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    • everyday consciousness we feel ourselves quite cut off from the
    • spiritual world. Out of this everyday consciousness men speak of the
    • consciousness through which he is cut off from a certain world of
    • for everyday consciousness on earth.
    • prevails for the ordinary consciousness about the after-death. In the
    • the consciousness of man during his earthly life was quite different
    • say so. Truly, the consciousness of the men of today is brutally
    • them. Compared to this terribly clear-cut consciousness, the
    • consciousness of the men of the ancient Egyptian time was far more
    • the clear-cut consciousness of today, have achieved the tremendous
    • could never lift when in their full, clear consciousness. Indeed, the
    • experiences in consciousness into which the spiritual world still
    • are beginning quite consciously with Anthroposophy today — the
    • penetration of the spiritual world into the normal consciousness of
    • also penetrate increasingly; and yet man's consciousness will not
    • hand, the consciousness of freedom is absolutely there. Read my
    • consciousness of the fact that he is a free being in his thought. You
    • him a consciousness of freedom. Freedom is simply a fact which we
    • absolute fact of our consciousness, a simple outcome of
    • what we call the ordinary consciousness. With this consciousness he
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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture IV
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    • respects unconscious of it, or only subconsciously aware of it,
    • from your conscious mind the antipathies you are feeling against
    • rule, it is not at first experienced in consciousness. It is eclipsed
    • must also conceive it as an impulse in life. We must be conscious
    • unconscious cannot go on working as it did when our souls were
    • increasingly free and conscious. Since the first third of the 15th
    • conscious. And so for those men who are men of the present time, a
    • civilisation. We cannot yet educate frankly towards a consciousness
    • centuries, in this direction. This principle will be consciously
    • they will bring consciously into the children's development that
    • unconscious; but you can well imagine a man who has an intimate
    • remains in the sub-conscious, in the astral or in the ether-body; it
    • affects the physical body must also become conscious.
    • experience many surprising things. When the everyday consciousness
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture V
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    • into the parental consciousness — I mean of course, the belief
    • nowadays, namely that in the hidden sub-conscious mind every son is
    • this, in the sub-conscious regions of the soul. All these are of
    • his sub-consciousness. As earthly man, he is far wiser in the
    • sub-conscious than in the surface-consciousness. It is indeed out of
    • longs for this cure, for he is then filled with the consciousness
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture VI
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    • when we consciously observe our feelings — such as they arise
    • consciousness than dreams. They only have a different form; they only
    • pictures, your consciousness is living in the pictures of the dream.
    • We have the clearest and most light-filled consciousness in our ideas
    • and thoughts. We have a kind of dream-consciousness in our feelings.
    • We only imagine that we have a clear consciousness of our feelings;
    • in reality we have no clearer consciousness of our feelings than of
    • make present to our conscious mind.
    • picture of its realisation, remains utterly unconscious. So much so
    • that you can only compare it with the unconsciousness of deep,
    • Ego-consciousness.
    • the line, you must always interpose the periods of unconsciousness.
    • For a whole third of our life, we must insert unconsciousness. We do
    • consciousness impinges on them every time, and that is what really
    • nowhere impinged on anything, you would never rise to a consciousness
    • in us in every act of will. And just as we get our Ego-consciousness
    • consciousness is the condition in which our ideas, our mental
    • of consciousness, to be fished out again in the act of recollection.
    • perception. In effect, our day-waking consciousness consists in
    • our consciousness by an act of ideation, namely by our forming of
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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture VIII
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    • must remember how strongly the unconscious works in karma. At a
    • higher stage, of course, it becomes conscious. We must also remember
    • pulling him back, and unconsciously, although he was a really free
    • order! Something is at work in the subconscious, because a karmic
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture IX
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    • Hartmann, the philosopher of the Unconscious, was really an explosive
    • Unconscious. He spoke, to begin with, of how all that is
    • conscious in man, all his conscious thinking is of less significance
    • than that which works and weaves unconsciously in him, as it does in
    • nature, and can never be raised into consciousness. Of clairvoyant
    • not know that the unconscious can penetrate into the sphere of human
    • world and in life remains in the unconscious. This very reasoning,
    • you will find it in his Philosophy of the Unconscious
    • of the Unconscious. But when they come to talk about it, one does
    • Bewusstseins (Phenomenology of the Moral Consciousness) that
    • Consciousness of Mankind), and another on Aesthetics — in fact
    • of the Unconscious the works of Eduard von Hartmann mentioned in
    • realm of the unconscious, belongs to the lower part of the human
    • half of the 19th century: The Philosophy of the Unconscious.
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture XI
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    • surface-consciousness he has no notion of such connections. The
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture XII
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    • had no dreams. He banished the inspirer — unconsciously of
    • of Christian Rosenkreutz consciously.

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