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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture I
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    • behold the corpse of man, bereft of soul and spirit. And it is only
    • moment this human form has become a corpse however, the moment the
    • to witness in the corpse. Where shall we seek the cause? Within the
    • corpse itself — in the chemical and physical, lifeless laws of
    • the corpse.
    • corpse, man, when his soul has passed through the gate of death, has
    • of the human corpse, we find another very significant fact. At death,
    • soul and spirit — has now become, and you will say: The corpse
    • arrived beyond the gate of death, this corpse has no longer
    • corpse. You can observe it best where it is buried — so to
    • caverns as burial-places, and we there find human corpses simply
    • it already becomes clearer. When we observe only the physical corpse,
    • the corpse. The corpse has become lifeless. External lifeless Nature
    • corpse of Man?
    • myself, I leave behind as the physical corpse? Perhaps here too,
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture II
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    • lifeless kingdom — the physical corpse. And on the other hand,
    • relinquished as corpse to the mineral world. In the mineral world we
    • proved by the very fact that, as the corpse, it falls to pieces in
    • which man only becomes similar as to his corpse, when he has laid the
    • corpse aside and passed through the gate of death. Man in his earthly
    • — as a corpse — can he be, even in outer phenomenal
    • man, eventually as a corpse he becomes like the mineral kingdom. As
    • lifeless. At length he gives up his corpse — it is separated
    • off from him. It is no longer man — needless to say, the corpse
    • God. Just as the corpse is no longer man, so is the mineral kingdom
    • than the human corpse is man. The mineral kingdom is the corpse of
    • grows older to become a corpse, the Gods grow younger ... For they
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture IX
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    • been a corpse, and was only not a corpse because it still held on



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