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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Contents
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    • according to former lives on earth. The intricacy of the working of
    • effected through the power of the First Hierarchy. This lives in our
    • Karmic necessity and freedom. The limits of repeated earthly lives.
    • lives. Freedom in the fulfilment of cosmic tasks.
    • of contemporary existence for repeated earthly lives.
    • Faust. Schubert and Baron von Spaun. Previous lives of Eugen
    • Karmic relationships in the lives of individuals and in history. The
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture I
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    • for example, in England, by the physicist Oliver Lodge. Thus, even
    • endlessly on and on. Oliver Lodge, however, shows that this kind of
    • pure course of thought we came to the repeated lives of man on earth.
    • lives, even in logical consequence.
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture II
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    • that man, as he lives in the physical world, can receive practically
    • sense-impressions. The far and wide expanse of the plant-world lives
    • of the liver, of the spleen, or of the brain. “Liver” is
    • not simply “liver”; it differs — though in its
    • constitution of liver, lung or brain. Man sees, however, only the
    • that which we live through before we come down from the spiritual
    • you will certainly admit that man also lives in this atmosphere in
    • life, the human being also lives under the elephant-creating forces.
    • the earth, and as you have now learnt, man lives in the self-same
    • Nevertheless, he lives in this atmosphere.
    • atmosphere in which he lives. And as we said just now that his
    • the world in which Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai live. That is the
    • distances by his sympathies and antipathies. He lives in this or that
    • Kyriotetes. In the animal kingdom lives the earthly image of the
    • new birth, lives in the innate sympathies and antipathies which we
    • our former lives on earth into the next life, to be lived out
    • according to our former lives on earth. All this takes shape out of
    • through many lives on earth.
    • we rise into the human kingdom as such. For we live not only with the
    • plant-world; we live not only with the animal; we live, above all,
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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture III
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    • fact of reincarnation, successive earthly lives. Feeling ourselves
    • repetition of a number of former earthly lives. It was preceded by
    • repeated earthly lives as we do in the present epoch of the earth.
    • exists today between them is no longer there at all. Today we live in
    • earthly era, man between birth and death lives in his physical body,
    • birth he lives in another world, which we may call a spiritual world
    • such as could be made visible to human senses; he lives in a
    • new birth the world through which he lives between birth and death is
    • earthly existence man is afraid of death because he lives in
    • back are but ourselves, in former lives on earth.) In yonder time,
    • again, it was different in ancient times. What lives on earth as
    • as we go backward, we gradually get into the times when the two lives
    • lives.
    • our repeated lives on earth have their limit when we go backward,
    • lives through between death and a new birth, the earthly world will
    • where it is meaningless to speak of repeated earthly lives, because
    • recognise that in those earthly lives we had certain experiences —
    • coming lives on earth. So then we have to seek in former earthly
    • lives the causes of many things that enter into our life today.
    • is thus conditioned by our former lives. Yet, on the other
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  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture IV
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    • lives on earth, man enters into manifold relations with other human
    • that a man brings over from his former lives on earth —
    • during his former life, or lives on earth; and this good relationship
    • earthly lives (and notably your last life) before you as though in a
    • we can trace how an impulse from one life works on into other lives.
    • our own feelings of antipathy in former lives on earth.
    • are a succession of earthly lives:
    • from outside is a result of the hatred we conceived in former lives.
    • there are the coming earthly lives and what we develop as the content
    • passing through their former lives on earth. Men are becoming
    • lives on earth. A man of today, if it occurs to him that he is not
    • of their repeated earthly lives. Nevertheless, the beginnings that
    • is dull, It is somehow due to former lives in which he developed much
    • hatred in former lives on earth. You will soon see the beneficial
    • lives.
    • what of those who live fifty years later than you? They again were
    • with other human beings in their former lives on earth. As a general
    • never lived with him on earth. Goethe belongs to another shift.
    • the earth. In this epoch we can live. It is just as in our physical
    • Nor can a man who is destined for the 20th century live in the time
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture V
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    • of former lives on earth, takes his direction less from the model;
    • true after all, that every human being must undergo repeated lives on
    • living in their former lives on earth. Now, I can assure you, I have
    • two or in both of them — and passes through death and lives
    • youth — pre-determined between you by the life you lived
    • of the same friendships in other lives.
    • lives go apart.
    • one incarnation you live through the beginning and ending of life
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture VI
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    • being as he lives on earth. During these lectures we have been
    • senses. The second member is all that lives and finds expression in
    • former lives on earth.
    • There we encounter the souls of the departed, who lived with us on
    • life, as above described, live, after our death, on the same level
    • see, my dear friends, we live together. Whether the things we do with
    • our own, and the deeds through which we lived with other men. The
    • consequence of our earthly lives comes to us in our next life on
    • was lived in advance by the Gods as a result of what he and I had in
    • who thinks abstractly will think: “There are the former lives
    • on earth; the deeds of the former lives work across into the present.
    • us as our destiny in a subsequent life, they have lived it before us.
    • I know that without me God can no moment live;
    • I know that without me God can no moment live;
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture VII
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    • human beings, think, when we live in thoughts, we are living in the
    • get so late that Schubert, who lived some distance away, could not be
    • a certain life a man does not, so to say, live out his pugnacity but
    • been quite obvious while the man was still alive and that there was
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture VIII
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    • lives. Investigation leads back, first of all, of course, to the
    • earthly lives of the three personalities in question, their previous
    • earlier earthly lives of the personalities in question.
    • individuality, who afterwards lived in the 19th century as Friedrich
    • what takes place on earth is lived through in advance by the Beings
    • spirit, the Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones live through what
    • full of deep significance, to see how a large community lived on in
    • be adjusted in later earthly lives — Friedrich Theodor Vischer
    • lives.
    • connecting links between different earthly lives unless one has an
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture IX
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    • of successive earthly lives. I have decided — although needless
    • Christian centuries knew what it was to live in union with the
    • who lived in their very limbs and in their whole bearing and action.
    • today, but they have become phlegmatic! Many a man alive today
    • live is the worst world imaginable. He carried his pessimism even
    • some idea of his earlier earthly lives, but all such attempts will be
    • this connection of lives is perceived, things that were previously
    • the matter of successive earthly lives, speculation is impermissible
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture X
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    • back to their previous lives on earth. Today, in order to amplify the
    • earlier lives; but for all that, what they carry over from one epoch
    • who were firmly rooted in Arabism lived in European civilisation and
    • abstract form — for he lived in the age of abstraction —
    • seems to have disappeared; but it lives on, lives on in its
    • established in Spain. Many remains of Arabism lived on in the
    • astronomer Laplace. Thus one of the personalities who lived at
    • show us how Arabism lived on spiritually, how this two-pronged fork
    • Spain to the West lives on and develops in the tranquil flow, so to
    • such a spirit later passes through the gate of death and lives on,
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture XI
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    • lively interest in all sorts and varieties of human affairs. What he
    • consideration of what is really important and essential. He lived in
    • voyages he had met many people who were, in general, quite alive and
    • search, she found him still alive. It is most affecting to read how
    • as it were, the idea of repeated earth-lives appears. The book shows
    • a brief presentation of the idea that man lives through repeated
    • earth-lives. And there Lessing says, again in a way that is
    • earth-lives to seem so absurd, considering that it was present in
    • earth-lives, finishing with these beautiful words: “Is not all
    • utters a profound aphorism such as this on repeated earth-lives,
    • own passage through different earth-lives. In the second half of the
    • 18th century the idea of repeated earth-lives was by no means a
    • age the idea of repeated earth-lives suddenly emerges — an idea
    • but they carried on a most lively and animated debate. All we others
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume I: Lecture XII
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    • repeated earth-lives, where are these highly-initiated personalities?
    • number of earlier lives. And in Garibaldi's life there is still
    • lives out his Garibaldi-life in a quite different way, because he is
    • in which he is able to live out his life depends upon what is
    • bound to help on his pupils in all future earth-lives; he must not
    • principles are actual human lives passing from one earth-existence to
    • fraction of what he really is, in terms of his former earth-lives.
    • came forward with his pronouncement on repeated earth-lives. In his
    • idea of repeated earth-lives. What is the explanation?
    • repeated earth-lives. But he was not Valentin Andreae; he was
    • are the links that unite successive earth-lives. And the day must
    • be sought on the basis of repeated earth-lives.
    • lives of these two men, it appears to us as though the lives they led
    • when their lives ran together. I would never have found Byron in this
    • a strong capacity to be alive to the geometrical constitution of his
    • earlier and later earth-lives can play into human existence.



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