In this set of lectures, which contains some of Steiner's most important teachings on the subject, Rudolf Steiner describes the development of "feeling memory" and gives many other exercises that lead to real knowledge of karma and reincarnation. Examples are also given of how karmic effects pass between incarnations and the impact of the idea of reincarnation on our moral lives is clearly shown.
These lectures are also published under the title: Reincarnation and Karma — Two Fundamental Truths of Human Existence. Translated from shorthand reports unrevised by the lecturer, by D. S. Osmond, C. Davy and S. and E. F. Derry.
The Original German Texts of these lectures are published under the title: Wiederverkörperung und Karma und ihre Bedeutung für die Kultur der Gegenwart..
|I.||How can a direct conception be gained of the inner kernel of man's being which passes through many lives on earth?||January 23, 1912|
|II.||Need for the development of a ‘feeling-memory’ before direct experience of reincarnation is possible||January 30, 1912|
|III.||Knowledge of reincarnation and karma through thought-exercises||February 20, 1912|
|IV.||Examples of the working of karma between two incarnations||February 21, 1912|
|V.||Reincarnation and karma: the fundamental ideas of the anthroposophical world conception. The strengthening of the moral life||March 05, 1912|