Karmic Relationships: Esoteric Studies, Volume 1
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 energies to it, all serious anthroposophists should study and carefully contemplate the truths he has presented here and in the following volumes.
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