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  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • represent the subordination of the etheric to the physical body, and denote
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • possible imagination and calls forth thinking. It is this activity
    • of the people of those militant nations that have striven to
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • order that we may once more enter a new incarnation. Many things are
    • needed in order that we may enter a new incarnation! Many things,
    • of our time within the sphere of a nation inclined to offer (I have
    • From the nation's deeds of sacrifice,
  • Title: Lecture: Nervous Conditions in Our Time
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    • examination, he will set to work and ‘cram’ for it during
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • are apt to imagine after a superficial examination. For these
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • palaeontologists there is an inclination to restrict their
    • in physics and chemistry the utmost resignation prevails with
    • makes itself felt, a kind of resignation sets in. In
    • philosophy also we find the same resignation. You are
    • spiritual explanation. Were it possible for ordinary science
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • soul, feeling herself capable of letting Imaginations arise
    • these Imaginations merely as mirror-images, shadow-pictures
    • clear distinction to visions, hallucinations, and illusory
    • examination, and takes what is said on authority, until
    • awake, constantly exercising a self-examination, lest they
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • reached its culmination in Shakespeare, is a current of spiritual
    • speak, quite regardless of our own inclinations, regardless of what
    • necessities of existence. However great our personal inclination for
    • he himself felt to be the culmination of his art. When he wrote his
    • material impersonations; that some figures must stand out in the
    • illumination of the footlights, while others have rather to be
    • illumination with what is suggested in the intimacy of the spoken
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • must become ever higher, and that it would mean stagnation if in our
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • the explanations of the physicist, for the physics of the future will
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • the human physical body. Thus they could not descend into incarnation
    • that that incarnation took place once for all, that there had been no
    • previous incarnation, and that there will be no other like it. What
    • would attach itself. There would then have to be other incarnations
    • one is justified in associating any incarnation in a body of flesh
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • know of one nation which had developed to a very high degree a
    • I then said about the Elohim, about the culmination of the Elohim in
    • that every member of the Hebrew nation was under the divine guidance
    • the domination of a hierarchy which is seeking to lay hold of the
    • Heroes we have the later incarnations of backward Angels from the
    • gods we have beings who underwent their fleshly incarnation in
    • human incarnation in Atlantis. We must be clear about this if we wish
    • work in the analysis and combination of substances, and then think of
    • incarnation, he returns again to ordinary consciousness. In that
    • incarnation passes through his soul; it is not just drily recorded
    • that he had seen one of his earlier incarnations, but if you follow
    • incarnations. It would be a great mistake to overlook a single word
    • Moon evolution, for they had finished with what earthly incarnation
    • could give them in their Atlantean incarnations. Yet if we are
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 6
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • this saga. It was brought about through the machinations of Hera that
    • something coming about as the result of a combination of both. The
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • the case as regards the incarnation of human and other beings.
    • Sometimes a later incarnation, although more advanced, may from the
    • Rosicrucian Mystery Play, in the incarnation of the monk in the
    • contemplates two successive incarnations, or at any rate incarnations
    • incarnation was none other than Socrates. Socrates is the
    • reincarnation of old Silenus, he is the reincarnated teacher of
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • into his previous incarnation, how he has been allowed to know what
    • one. When we look back into our former incarnation, when we see how
    • to make good in your present incarnation the debt which you have
    • incarnation.’ But courage to admit freely and frankly,
    • have passed through a number of incarnations without knowing anything
    • could describe it as the culmination of a long process. The upper
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • In this way he shows that he is seeking for an explanation of the
    • explanation, an answer to the enigma, an answer to what is marvellous
    • world to perceive that each kind of explanation is justified in its
    • is fantasy and our own science a definitive explanation of the
    • explanation of the world, an explanation which is generally called
    • science, one has to say that it is just this explanation of the
    • incarnations what he has developed in this way has united with what
    • explanation of the facts always constitutes a stumbling-block. It is
  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • truth, and that explanations of them show a groping after
    • secret of all life that there is ceaseless extermination of
    • Imagination — but through Intuition. Through the vision
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • The Sources of Artistic Imagination andThe Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the
    • imagination, artistic creative power and appreciation, and
    • whence artistic imagination receives its impulses, such
    • imagination. Writers of fairy-tales or other artists who try
    • imagination and the conscious vision that can function in the
    • essentials of the connection between artistic imagination and
    • artistic imagination and seership it is necessary to realise
    • creating out of artistic imagination or phantasy will
    • will be of artistic imagination, based upon his personal
    • imagination. I do not mean by this that the seer, when in
    • of these few words into a self-contained imagination of a
    • poetry, although the imagination has no real link with the
    • it into an inner perception, into an imagination, filling it
    • shapes his phantasy and imagination by the application of
    • colour, he develops imaginations. It is important, however,
    • the opposite side and from there enters into the imaginations
    • imagination and super-sensible knowledge on the other. A
    • imagination; it is an inner experience, not abstract but so
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture II
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    • character of this inner animation. The combination of these sounds
    • chemical combinations, the organisation of substances such as we can
    • sound, of chemical combination. And from water we can descend lower
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture III
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    • incarnation. We know that during the Saturn period the first
    • his soul, because it is his own divine destination.
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture IV
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    • substances as an organising principle, causing chemical combinations
    • [Wherever possible, the designations for the hierarchies
    • trinity, we usually make use of Christian designations, and speak of
    • examination of the words. For the time being I will make use of a
    • abstract designation of time, but conveys the quality of being.
    • activity was associated what can be described as an alternation of
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture V
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    • something like indignation over the backward Beings; or he can make
    • to consider the rhythmic alternation of sleeping and waking. What
    • nothing but destruction. There has to be an alternation, a
    • who in resignation had remained in darkness at the Saturn stage, in
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture VII
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    • Strader as he will be in his present incarnation when he is old. This
    • discrimination was possible. The ability to discriminate only began
    • “beautiful” or “good.” Wordy explanations
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture VIII
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    • were, by-products of human incarnation. So we ask ourselves where the
    • earth incarnation. But everything which comes finally to
    • imagines, could not even be accepted by superficial ratiocination if
    • beings which became animals descended too soon for human incarnation.
    • the creation the incarnation of man is represented as a descent from
    • egotism, the inclination to be self-absorbed and self-isolated, the
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture IX
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    • great variety in earthly incarnations. Those of you who are familiar
    • incarnation, a state in which human beings could once more live. From
    • earthly incarnation. If man had remained tied to an earth which had
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture X
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    • words! I have impressed upon you that the proper earthly incarnation
    • there for the time being; it came forth later in the incarnation of
    • learnt through a closer examination of the biblical story of creation
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture I
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    • through one incarnation after another, not in order to experience the
    • consciousness, hardly attempts any explanation. It accepts the
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    • inclination that is a matter of course in ordinary life, harbours a
    • their initiation, latent during one or more incarnations, may work in
    • any of his incarnations established a relation with the Christ Being.
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    • and all that we bring to its explanation, the other question of
    • To my explanation of how the concepts true, upright and beautiful, in
    • examination of oneself.
    • earthly incarnations from primeval times up to the present. I must lay
    • can be learned during incarnation has no further meaning.” It is
    • like a garment all that one has appropriated during incarnations in
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture IV
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    • such alternation; in it sleeping and waking are simultaneous. Thus, a
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    • Without wishing to give any kind of explanation about what has been
    • enthusiasm and the inclination carefully to preserve what we
    • be carried on with us into spiritual worlds. This inclination and
    • lifetime. Are there not some who deny the idea of reincarnation
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    • lively imagination, you may be able to form some sort of picture from
    • inclination among people nowadays) prepare the heart and soul to enter
    • value. There is not much will to develop discrimination so as to come
    • racial or national evolution? Consider whether it is easy for an
    • their national substance? Is it conceivable, for instance, that Hermes
    • worked. Did He belong to any particular nation? He was born in an
    • has lived on earth as Bodhisattva through many incarnations.”
    • time in a physical body. In this incarnation, however, he became
    • will see how, as a Bodhisattva, he passed through many incarnations.
    • that, whereas during his earthly incarnations his activity had indeed
    • this seems to be Buddha. He went through an incarnation in
  • Title: Lecture: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • appear. But those armed by the above explanations, with a true
  • Title: The Ego: Lecture 1
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    • faculties will exist in that incarnation which follows the present
    • of people today will clearly show already in their next incarnation
    • great number already in the next incarnation, with others, in the
    • incarnation following.
    • nations fall away more and more; but other groupings are still
    • as the gaps between single nations gradually disappear, as the single
    • parts of different nations understand each other better, so also will
    • to unite people out of all “races,” out of all nations, and
    • which is preparing. The question is often put: Well, if reincarnation
    • exists, why does a person not remember the former incarnations? That
    • remember their former incarnations, or at least the last one. A whole
    • life between birth and death, but the previous incarnations, or at
    • incarnation, a number of human beings are reborn, then they will
    • remember this present incarnation. It is merely a question of
    • that which goes from incarnation to incarnation. In what way, however,
    • from what race, nation, etc., he is born, because it applies itself
    • speak in the various national languages what has to be announced, the
    • soul. Thus the words then were absolutely designations for spirit and
    • carries it over also into his next incarnation. Then he is born with
    • incarnation a number of human beings with an ego in which they
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  • Title: The Ego: Lecture 2
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    • come to you in the explanations given in various lecture-cycles, that
    • ascended higher and higher through each incarnation, he appeared about
    • made it possible for Zarathustra in that incarnation at the beginning
    • having ascended so high from incarnation to incarnation. For we must
    • faculties which come over from an earlier incarnation. And so, in the
    • Those faculties which relate especially to a combination turned away
    • through combination. If then a member of other civilisations, which
    • through external combination to the Abrahamitic people, which now
    • it could see the right combinations there outside. That wonderful
    • combination.
    • Nazarathos was then in his incarnation, at that time the teacher in
    • incarnation, his spirit was united with Chaldea. What path does the
    • one picture, and through the combination of mutually
  • Title: The Ego: Lecture 3
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    • different sides, so through a combination of what results, through
    • has no real inclination. If one is to understand the Mark Gospel and
    • being, however, when he sought illumination about the world, employed
    • yet forceful enough to get, from its side, any illumination from the
    • incarnation, and employed the corporality, and also the soul-nature of
    • meant by such designations. One did not give names as one does today,
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture II
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    • from ‘preparation’ to ‘illumination’ —
    • revealing itself and that ‘illumination’ is setting in.
    • incarnation to incarnation. As long as from morning to night we are
    • the course of our incarnations on earth; but the moment we step out
    • from incarnation to incarnation and appear as they are according to
    • during his incarnations. All this remains invisible so long as the
    • if at the same moment we become clairvoyant, all the inclinations and
    • incarnations. In the course of the future evolution of our earth we
    • have still to go through many incarnations, full of activities and
    • accomplishment. The inclinations, instinct and passions for much that
    • incarnations in former times. Everything that man is capable of
    • is the experience which is connected with ‘illumination’;
    • clairvoyance, to ‘illumination,’ he realises the
    • midnight hour, darkness may still set in and ‘illumination
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    • the astral world after he has reached the stage of illumination meet
    • break from one incarnation to another, must pass through the
    • incarnation, every feeling experienced between birth and death, every
    • with the national feeling of those times that declares that his act
    • Earth itself has passed through other incarnations, that of Saturn,
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    • to the Earth from the Sun. Chthon is a designation of the somewhat
    • would, however, be false to accept the simple explanation that this
    • those who have passed through previous incarnations, and what they
    • no serious appreciation and feeling for reincarnation in his soul;
    • for to believe in reincarnation seriously means to realise its goal
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    • immortal, permanent human principle which passes from incarnation to
    • incarnation. This was why Osiris was felt to be most intimately bound
    • incarnation to another were generally able to find better vehicles in
    • their essence flows into him and he experiences inner illumination
    • every succeeding incarnation in bodies of higher moral, aesthetic and
    • spiritual perfection. And so in one of his incarnations, Zarathustra
    • the incarnation of Christ had been made in a very definite way by
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    • incarnations of a certain individuality, had been so purified that
    • actually to incarnate within it. The incarnation of the Christ, the
    • descend to this earth and for a number of incarnations to be embodied
    • most advanced group of the northern stream of nations, namely the
    • himself the task of passing through his incarnations in such a way as
    • having made himself ripe through his various incarnations to be the
    • permanent physical incarnation of these spiritual beings behind the
    • descending into physical incarnation. For this descent requires a
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    • historical descent into incarnation of the Christ was a necessary in
    • humanity the important thing is that man, on incarnation depends for
    • descended into incarnation in a human body and has now become an
    • future incarnations lives in organisms wherein the etheric body is to
    • light of his assertions. If what I have said about the re-incarnation
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    • old Persian nation made use of his astral body, his sentient soul
    • to the south. This is an epoch wherein two streams of nations
    • and of that which was connected with him they sought for illumination
    • the universe was also the national god must be thought of as a
    • of other nations down to the seven wise men of Greece. But the
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    • We look back at earlier incarnations of man, of races and
    • for its seven incarnations; Saturn, Sun, Moon, Earth, Jupiter, Venus
    • incarnations we must seek their connections by once more using the
    • his three former incarnations. By starting with the incarnation of a
    • incarnations it is possible to draw certain conclusions concerning
    • his next three incarnations. The three former and the present
    • incarnations, plus the three following make seven again. Seven is a
    • descend into physical incarnation — are the messengers, we may
    • of the human incarnations of the all-embracing Wisdom figures
    • incarnation of that great Teacher who may be called the essence of
    • wholly or in part in other human personalities. Such incarnations are
    • teachers an incarnation of a Bodhisattva. It is permissible to speak
    • of ever-recurring incarnations of the Bodhisattva, but we must
    • understand that behind all the men in whom the incarnation took place
    • essential thing in this incarnation to be the embodiment of the
    • Great Teacher, the incarnation of wisdom, which pervades all the
    • course of the evolution of our earth we find incarnations of the
    • look at the incarnation in which was embodied not a Bodhisattva (in
    • which this fact was the most important feature of the incarnation)
    • incarnations. This was due to the condition of human understanding.
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    • period lasts until the soul descends into a new incarnation and
    • the form of Imaginations. If we take the words “Visions”
    • or “Imaginations” in the sense in which I explained them
    • by its Imaginations. At first the cloud is dark. When some time has
    • cognition as the illumination of the cloud of our visions from one
    • positions of the planets. An explanation of what does not apparently
    • the prison of his cloud of Imaginations and approach him. Morality
    • to swear allegiance to the ancient god, Wotan. Wotan was a national
    • fact happened in the West? It is not a national god that has been
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    • forces he needs for his next incarnation.
    • together with the other person in a next incarnation in such a way
    • through intellectual combination, but in most cases he does not
    • from the higher worlds that we need for the following incarnation.
    • into our next incarnation. As a result, we do not only make ourselves
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    • retrospect in a sense on his last incarnation. He is still involved
    • incarnation in the manner indicated then in a new life he will be
    • of forces from earlier incarnations, a further opportunity is given
    • incarnation, because of insufficient development, manifested a dull
    • interest in their surroundings. Then we find a third incarnation that
    • and in the next incarnation without his intervention he is so
    • we find two incarnations as described earlier. This can also shed
    • behind, in a sense, and will be handicapped in a future incarnation
    • also the next incarnation, depend on what has happened previously. By
    • accomplished certain specific deeds during his physical incarnation.
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    • incarnation man is conscious of these feelings only when he is
    • in physical incarnation but there were also those who work from
    • incarnation as Francis of Assisi. Many of the qualities so
    • sphere, and so on. When we are returning to an incarnation in a
    • natural inclination towards the spiritual. A human being may grow up
    • even as a child an inclination to the spiritual.
    • an incarnation into forces that can then become bodily forces and
    • What has been taken into the conceptual life in one incarnation is
    • from his earlier incarnations. We are justified in speaking of him as
    • lead far off the mark when speaking about successive incarnations. To
    • incarnation may be able to unfold forces in the next incarnation that
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    • between death at the end of a medieval incarnation and birth into our
    • their incarnation in the Middle Ages (this being the content of the
    • experiences of the previous incarnation as occultly true. When it is
    • description in advance both as theories and explanations has
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    • through his imagination and his soul life of feeling, no longer
    • reality, are only illusions, hallucinations, dream pictures.
    • truths. He may tell people about all sorts of incarnations of this
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    • living in imagination, in mental images, the ability to make his
    • the faculty of transformation: thinking or imagination; for the
    • this self-willing is necessary; like the alternation of sleeping and
    • We would be mistaken if we imagined that the alternation
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    • about reincarnation, that is, the truly genuine remembrances of
    • experience and at once relate it to this or that former incarnation.
    • spiritual science. This happens chiefly in the case of reincarnation,
    • himself, “Look at that: in your previous incarnation you had
    • yourself with quite different qualities in a former incarnation. What
    • incorrect clairvoyance many previous incarnations are described,
    • acquired in the present earth life to create in the imagination what
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    • Egyptian incarnation forms the foundation for his later destiny and
    • properly unless our explanations involve atoms by way of a
    • however, found it necessary to provide some explanation for the
    • ahrimanic beings....” and so on; Felix's explanations became
    • explanations that he no longer could listen properly and though he
    • explanations that Benedictus had given him of the luciferic and
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    • spiritual initiatives and aims together. Nations writing a different
    • nations that write with Roman letters, it will be necessary —
    • this in regard to the relationships in European national life. It is
    • dance, we could say, is a combination of several arts. When one
    • what lives from one life on earth to another, from incarnation to
    • incarnation. In moving from one life on earth to the next one,
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    • incarnation to incarnation, in such a way that we feel almost as
    • imaginations of Johannes Thomasius.
    • not remain in the realm of imagination but extends into the objective
    • be resolved in this incarnation. Much of this karma lies buried and
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    • who don't practice discrimination can very easily be carried away,
    • the power of clear, objective discrimination. Then we would have a
    • age. This points up a lack of discrimination between what has inner
    • short, he will be the victim of hallucinations and illusions; he will
    • incarnation. It would indeed be wrong to say to oneself, “I
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    • Christs will appear. Those armed by the above explanations, however,
    • denomination but simply through the power of good will.
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    • Thus one can see what power fantasy and perverted imagination
    • century. Here you have a picture, an imagination that is set
    • but in a picture, in an imagination.
    • imagination of the Holy Grail, then one has food and
    • world in truth, and receive it in such imaginations. Then these
    • imaginations work lawfully upon the organism, harmonizing it.
    • These imaginations, however, work as health-bringing, inner
    • impulses. Imaginations bring about effects, and if these be
    • true world-pictures, imaginations, they work in a
    • of forming these inner imaginations, then all his forces stream
    • imaginations to let himself be deceived by false images. He
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    • international culture, was reflected at the turn of the eighteenth
    • standing before us. Man is a combination of physical body, etheric
    • is a combination of oxygen and hydrogen. The being who stands before
    • which passes through the successive incarnations. Individual talents
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    • to speak of reincarnation and karma, of destiny in the evolution of
    • particular combination of sunlight and rain clouds. The rainbow cannot
    • be absent if this combination between sunlight and rain clouds
    • these four members in his very first incarnation on the earth and as
    • he passes through successive incarnations, higher development takes
    • remote past, during his first incarnation on the earth, man was
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    • whole of the incarnation that is just over comes before the soul of
    • with him into all his future incarnations as a kind of extract from
    • “Causal Body.” After every incarnation a new page is added
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    • of the physical body in a new incarnation. What was within the human
    • conditions. Thus does evolution proceed from incarnation to
    • incarnation. While the human being sojourns in the spiritual regions
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    • This ego has developed through many incarnations; the ego, the
    • the new incarnation is guided in accordance with these principles.
    • the qualities of phantasy or imagination, of thinking. The latter
    • father. The individuality who is approaching incarnation, seeks out
    • incarnation. The higher the stage to which he attained, the earlier
    • form in such Individualities from one incarnation to another, whereas
    • whatever in their successive incarnations. The higher the development
    • incarnations; this is clearly perceptible to clairvoyant sight. There
    • consecutive incarnations.
    • incarnation within an average period of from 1,000 to 1,300 years. The
    • new life. For this reason the time of reincarnation depends upon the
    • two incarnations.
    • consecutive incarnations in the same sex. To say that seven
    • consecutive incarnations in the same sex are the rule, contradicts all
    • adjusted in the course of his incarnations. Here is a concrete
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    • as these experiences are determined by an earlier incarnation. At the
    • incarnations alone but also, though in a small degree, by the present
    • is not confined to one incarnation but passes through many, the causes
    • a new incarnation the human being reconstitutes his astral body and
    • strongly work upon our astral body in the next incarnation, drawing
    • incarnation will be born with special gifts in these directions.
    • incarnation, in the astral body. Inner experience, all that a man
    • to the etheric body in the next incarnation and imbues it with lasting
    • bad inclinations and passions in one life will be born in the next
    • required is the elimination of bad tendencies for we then prepare a
    • all creatures, who pours out love, will have in the next incarnation a
    • over to the physical, bodily life of subsequent incarnations.
    • new incarnation, suffering and pain are the sources of wisdom,
    • wisdom in the next incarnation.
    • of a house, comes to the human being in a later incarnation from
    • incarnation. What the astral body does becomes the destiny of the
    • in the next incarnation as a physical reality.
    • man's life is followed through the different incarnations it can
    • always be seen that his life in a subsequent incarnation is prepared
    • the sentence themselves. Earlier incarnations of the judges and of the
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    • lecture, offers a clear explanation here. Five Vehmic judges in the
    • ready for reincarnation and is seeking a physical body. If he cannot
    • also during the other planetary incarnations of the Earth. We shall
    • development. Just as the human being has repeated incarnations, so,
    • too, the Earth, has passed through incarnations and will pass through
    • still others in the future. Reincarnation is enacted throughout the
    • Cosmos. Our Earth in its present form is the reincarnation of earlier
    • incarnation of the Earth, so is the Sun in the heavens a body that
    • our consecutive incarnations of the Earth: Saturn, Sun, Moon, Earth.
    • evolution. The final planetary incarnation will be that of Vulcan,
    • stage of its development. The future incarnations of the Earth will
    • thus be: Jupiter, Venus and Vulcan. These designations are also found
    • incarnations.
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    • WE will now consider the series of incarnations passed through by our
    • fully aware that these incarnations were necessary for the development
    • first incarnation of our Earth, and is called “deep trance
    • When the Moon passed over into the Earth incarnation this
    • Steiner Imagination.] a consciousness in which one has both
    • through in his journey through the cosmos. And each incarnation of the
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    • three incarnations, Saturn, Sun, and Moon, preceding the Earth, if we
    • with Saturn. Its next incarnation is the Sun, a Sun which you would
    • yet a third incarnation of the Earth, which will again introduce to us
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    • WE spoke yesterday about the various incarnations of our Planet, about
    • the Saturn and Sun incarnations, and we will only briefly bring to
    • the truth. Only through pictures, through imagination do we find the
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    • speaks of German, French, Russian National-souls, people look on that
    • the characteristics which the individual members of these nations
    • Christian designation is Angel, and which are called in Theosophy
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    • reincarnation. Earlier, the son was but a direct continuation of the
    • Only then appeared what today we call incarnation, and at the same
    • nation of law-givers because there men created justice,
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    • combination. Whether you do it, however, depends on your will;
    • the soul has itself worked in the body during all its incarnations.
    • much for the next incarnation.
    • science can give you no explanation.
    • the human race in future planetary incarnations of our earth. Humanity
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    • of his inclination to them in gratitude is powerfully portrayed in
    • through the imagination. One learns to discover an inner connection
    • incarnation will mould for himself in later incarnations the outer
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    • experience both male and female incarnations. What arises in this way
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    • happens to one or another of them in the course of his incarnations.
    • incarnations acquires its significance from the fact that while he is
    • passing through his individual evolution from one incarnation to
    • these members, so that at each new incarnation the human being finds
    • an entirely new combination of them. New experiences come to him ever
    • a kind of natural inspiration and imagination, an ancient
    • human being brings with him from his former incarnations are most
    • organisation in such a way that it is suitable for the incarnation.
    • found in connection with reincarnation and karma. Only it will be
    • base upon reincarnation and karma) “derives from the infinities
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    • has been that in each successive incarnation he sank more deeply into the
    • the incarnations. The farther we go back towards the Atlantean epoch,
    • the idea of karma we are speaking of the reincarnation of the ego in
    • Original Sin. Karma flows through the incarnations and before and
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • have gone through various incarnations in these successive cultural epochs
    • it with them from the earlier into the later incarnations, and then
    • cultural epochs, in one or, in most cases, in several incarnations.
    • explanation of these words of Christ, and that we shall only gradually
    • reincarnations of the Christ on our earth, one can bring forward this
    • one basic impulse. And anyone who admits several incarnations of the
    • several incarnations, would no longer be Christ. That is a fact which
  • Title: Lecture: Reflections of Consciousness, Super-consciousness and Sub-consciousness
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    • to connect the essential points with the explanations given
    • or that inclination, why he feels so deeply the cause of his
    • occurs through imagination, through what we call imaginative
    • incarnation, but strives to be true and upright in this life,
  • Title: Lecture: Hidden Forces of Soul-Life
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    • spiritual training, imagination, inspiration, and intuition. Thus we
    • have to include imagination, inspiration, and intuition, in the
    • consciousness, to the Imaginations acquired by means of the right
    • imagination, or that we have a vision. And let us now suppose that
    • this Imagination, or this vision, corresponds to some good Being.
    • imagination or vision, lies enclosed, here, between these two
    • If, during the imagination or vision of an evil Being, we call
    • imagination, or vision, of a good Being. In this case, also, if we
    • clearness visions, imaginations, or other sorts of perceptions
    • exactly what imaginations correspond to this or that sympathy within
    • have the kind of vision, or imagination, described day before
    • belong only to his own world; these visions and imaginations would
    • how we may distinguish between a true vision or imagination which
    • an imagination and say to ourselves: “If we can see into the
    • being transformed into visions or Imaginations now disappears.
    • his sub-consciousness, does not always become vision or Imagination.
    • It becomes an Imagination if he undergoes the regular and necessary
    • Imaginations, Inspirations, and also premonitions, etc. — that
    • body, only that which he brings as far as vision or Imagination can
    • clairvoyant, he will now perceive just how his Imagination of the
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    • being capable of transformation? It is his living in imagination, in
    • thinking or imagination; for the opposite condition, the will.
    • is necessary; like the alternation of sleeping and waking In the
    • We would be mistaken if we imagined that the alternation of
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture III: More Intimate Aspects of Reincarnation
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    • More Intimate Aspects of Reincarnation
    • More Intimate Aspects of Reincarnation
    • aspects of reincarnation and various matters related to it
    • from one life to another in successive incarnations. In the
    • question of reincarnation only in a very elementary way, and
    • the ego of a human being hurries from one incarnation to
    • connected with the subject of reincarnation, and only a
    • reincarnation from this point of view by looking back into
    • being is descending to a new incarnation, he must envelop
    • — the etheric body — is capable of reincarnation.
    • about these examples of the reincarnation of etheric bodies
    • only of the reincarnation of the ego. Rather, the other
    • founding a nation, as characterized above. If clairvoyant
    • undergo various incarnations, but descended only once into a
    • intimate reincarnations where a member of the super-sensible
    • centuries the dissemination of the idea of Christianity
    • imaginations that were closely related to the events in
    • later incarnation a copy of the Christ Jesus individuality
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    • beautiful explanation of a father's ordeal, but if — just because we
    • impressed on the physical body. Then we have to practise resignation; the
    • earthly life. Here we touch on what is called reincarnation, for in the
    • previous lives. Here reincarnation becomes a palpable fact. We need only know
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 2: The Mission of Anger
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    • outside. Indeed, with this designation ‘I’, we stand before that
    • reincarnation, so often ridiculed today as the outcome of crazy fantasy, is
    • popular imagination arrives at a truth which may often elude the
    • Heraclitus not with resignation but with confidence: The boundaries of the
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    • superficial modern thought has no inclination to concern
    • in that incarnation, using his bodily nature and also his
    • under their domination and he obeyed them, but as his
    • particular combination of rain and sun produces a rainbow, so
    • Beings, he sees the emanations of his untamed fantasies. This
  • Title: Mission/Rosenkreutz: Lecture V. The Christ Impulse as Living Reality
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    • incarnation of this new Bodhisattva. Jesus of Nazareth is an
    • the incarnations of the Bodhisattva is that in his youth he cannot be
    • Impulse was made manifest in the incarnation of Christ in a human,
    • as a child. Meanwhile, through a number of incarnations, this
    • within him as the fruit of many incarnations came to expression, too,
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    • arising from these facts. On closer examination we find incomplete
    • inclination of the scientists themselves, only they are not conscious
    • human incarnations during the various cultural epochs.
    • physical incarnation. In the present age of the intellect He can
    • was an incarnation of this new Bodhisattva. Jesus of Nazareth is an
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    • impulse was manifested in the incarnation of Christ in a human,
    • a child. Meanwhile, through a number of incarnations, this
    • within him as the fruit of many incarnations came to expression, too,
    • the incarnations of the Bodhisattva is that in his youth he cannot be
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    • first two lectures constitute a critical examination of the principles
    • their effects in the way usual to that emanation of human
    • someone has a longing to be the reincarnation of Mary
    • further and further we acquire real discrimination. This means
    • discrimination is something different from mere sight, mere
    • Devachan is an extraordinarily evil-smelling emanation, and
    • preceding incarnation, is obliged in this one to wear an ugly
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    • first two lectures constitute a critical examination of the principles
    • being, through spiritual training, attains to imagination,
    • imagination, inspiration, and intuition of the
    • consciousness would correspond to imaginations gained
    • imagination, or that we have a vision which may be the response
    • imagination or a vision, to be between these lines (b–c). In
    • super-sensible imagination or vision of an evil being we develop
    • an imagination or vision of a good being. If in this case we
    • imaginations, or some other sort of subconscious perception of
    • question knows or does not know which imaginations correspond
    • visions and imaginations as perceptions of his own being; they
    • send down this or that emanation from your conduct into your
    • distinguish a genuine vision or imagination
    • human being, confronting a vision or imagination may ask
    • does not always become vision and imagination. It becomes
    • imagination through correct training, and vision in the case of
    • imaginations, inspirations and premonitions: that these
    • imagination acts upon this elemental world. In the case
    • say, he would have a visionary picture, an imagination of
  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture IV: Truths of Spiritual Research
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    • and destination of the human being, of the soul experiences
    • regards as visions, as hallucinations and other phenomena of
    • soul attains if it has visions, hallucinations, delusions et
    • hostile to all delusions, hallucinations and the like. It
    • one wants to compare an Imagination to a vision, a
    • hallucination on the way to spiritual research, one has to say,
    • a vision, a hallucination overpowers the human being, it
    • fact that he himself creates the Imagination.
    • on. Then gradually the Imaginations that he has sent down to
    • to distinguish imagination, mental picture, and reality in
    • the human being has repeatedly sent his Imaginations into the
    • the spiritual researcher has attained Imagination, then he gets
    • Imagination. On the way of Inspiration, everything must be
    • Instead of Imagination, you can take, indeed, another way of
    • Then he may get to a kind of Imagination, but to a subjective,
    • about the spiritual world is nothing but hallucinations. One
    • hallucinations.
    • already very long. If the pictures [of Imagination] return
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    • strong imagination of the medium is also not appropriate
    • every strong imagination works substantially on the
    • that people with strong imagination are just bad media. If a
    • fantastic world of hallucinations, visions, and delusions and
    • because all interests, all inclinations, all sympathies that
    • the sources of error by the dissemination of spiritual science.
    • In a way, the dissemination of spiritual research resembles the
    • dissemination of any other research. As for example not
    • damage is a source of error just with the dissemination of
    • of error with the dissemination of spiritual truths that
    • error can prevail with the dissemination of spiritual research,
    • error with the dissemination of spiritual truths. I tried to
    • belletristic portrayal of such things always only imagination
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    • he is inclined to ascribe it to his own imagination, to his own
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    • during our incarnation, it is possible to observe with great vividness
    • incarnation from the spiritual world after the year 1841 and who have
    • imagination, inspiration and intuition with the spiritual world which
    • materialistic inclination was too strong. Thus the worse measures
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    • feelings and emotions play into all descriptions and explanations.
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    • rest on a mountain top. But one who takes in esoteric explanations
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    • advance. We'll go through many more incarnations and have a
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    • character of this inner animation. The combination of these sounds
    • chemical combinations, the organisation of substances such as we can
    • sound, of chemical combination. And from water we can descend lower
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    • his soul, because it is his own divine destination.
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    • substances as an organising principle, causing chemical combinations
    • trinity, we usually make use of Christian designations, and speak of
    • examination of the words. For the time being I will make use of a
    • abstract designation of time, but conveys the quality of being.
    • activity was associated what can be described as an alternation of
    • Wherever possible, the designations for the hierarchies used in
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    • something like indignation over the backward Beings; or he can make
    • to consider the rhythmic alternation of sleeping and waking. What
    • nothing but destruction. There has to be an alternation, a
    • who in resignation had remained in darkness at the Saturn stage, in
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    • discrimination was possible. The ability to discriminate only began
    • “beautiful” or “good.” Wordy explanations
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    • were, by-products of human incarnation. So we ask ourselves where the
    • earth incarnation. But everything which comes finally to
    • imagines, could not even be accepted by superficial ratiocination if
    • beings which became animals descended too soon for human incarnation.
    • the creation the incarnation of man is represented as a descent from
    • egotism, the inclination to be self-absorbed and self-isolated, the
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    • great variety in earthly incarnations. Those of you who are familiar
    • incarnation, a state in which human beings could once more live. From
    • earthly incarnation. If man had remained tied to an earth which had
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    • words! I have impressed upon you that the proper earthly incarnation
    • there for the time being; it came forth later in the incarnation of
    • learnt through a closer examination of the biblical story of creation
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • reached its culmination in Shakespeare, is a current of spiritual
    • speak, quite regardless of our own inclinations, regardless of what
    • necessities of existence. However great our personal inclination for
    • he himself felt to be the culmination of his art. When he wrote his
    • material impersonations; that some figures must stand out in the
    • illumination of the footlights, while others have rather to be
    • illumination with what is suggested in the intimacy of the spoken
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    • must become ever higher, and that it would mean stagnation if in our
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    • the explanations of the physicist, for the physics of the future will
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    • the human physical body. Thus they could not descend into incarnation
    • that that incarnation took place once for all, that there had been no
    • previous incarnation, and that there will be no other like it. What
    • would attach itself. There would then have to be other incarnations
    • one is justified in associating any incarnation in a body of flesh
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • know of one nation which had developed to a very high degree a
    • I then said about the Elohim, about the culmination of the Elohim in
    • that every member of the Hebrew nation was under the divine guidance
    • the domination of a hierarchy which is seeking to lay hold of the
    • Heroes we have the later incarnations of backward Angels from the
    • gods we have beings who underwent their fleshly incarnation in
    • human incarnation in Atlantis. We must be clear about this if we wish
    • work in the analysis and combination of substances, and then think of
    • incarnation, he returns again to ordinary consciousness. In that
    • incarnation passes through his soul; it is not just drily recorded
    • that he had seen one of his earlier incarnations, but if you follow
    • incarnations. It would be a great mistake to overlook a single word
    • Moon evolution, for they had finished with what earthly incarnation
    • could give them in their Atlantean incarnations. Yet if we are
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • this saga. It was brought about through the machinations of Hera that
    • something coming about as the result of a combination of both. The
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    • the case as regards the incarnation of human and other beings.
    • Sometimes a later incarnation, although more advanced, may from the
    • Rosicrucian Mystery Play, in the incarnation of the monk in the
    • contemplates two successive incarnations, or at any rate incarnations
    • incarnation was none other than Socrates. Socrates is the
    • reincarnation of old Silenus, he is the reincarnated teacher of
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • into his previous incarnation, how he has been allowed to know what
    • one. When we look back into our former incarnation, when we see how
    • to make good in your present incarnation the debt which you have
    • incarnation.’ But courage to admit freely and frankly,
    • have passed through a number of incarnations without knowing anything
    • could describe it as the culmination of a long process. The upper
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • In this way he shows that he is seeking for an explanation of the
    • explanation, an answer to the enigma, an answer to what is marvellous
    • world to perceive that each kind of explanation is justified in its
    • is fantasy and our own science a definitive explanation of the
    • explanation of the world, an explanation which is generally called
    • science, one has to say that it is just this explanation of the
    • incarnations what he has developed in this way has united with what
    • explanation of the facts always constitutes a stumbling-block. It is
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    • is harmoniously organized when it comes to a new incarnation and is
    • then made disharmonious. That's the occult explanation for the fact
    • when he presses towards a new incarnation. Each man gets something
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    • take in the Christ light in the course of incarnations and
    • about this incarnation of the high initiate in the legend of the Holy
    • reincarnation of the high initiate who was supposed to prepare things
    • reincarnation of a high, East Indian adept and an instrument of the
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    • incarnation. He should not investigate and search or interpret these
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    • The Apocalypse is a cosmic explanation of the world. The author was
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    • has been preserved in the various myths and legends of the German nation
    • the sealed book, the astral imaginations. They approach us in pictures.
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    • We would not believe in reincarnation in the proper sense unless we
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    • that has lived for a long time and found various explanations. However,
    • another only the physical body, is cultivated. In our various incarnations
    • explanations that are given.



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