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In this first volume (an essential foundation for understanding the following seven volumes), Steiner presents an overview of the laws and conditions of karma, and to illustrate those principles, he considers the incarnations of Nietzsche, Bacon, Byron, and many others. Given the fact that Rudolf Steiner considered this subject so important that he devoted his last earthly ...more
Published January 1st 2000 by Rudolf Steiner Press (first published June 1st 1981)
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As per Anthroposophy, the will projects itself forward and thought looks backward. That is, the will incarnates in the future; thought grasps what embodies itself now from the past. That makes a lot of sense to me: it implies that my body and my physical life is the embodiment of something spiritual from the past; to quote the Book of Mormon, it is as if my body was "a treasure laid up from the foundation of the world." And as for the will aspect, to quote
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