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- Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
- figures walking over a green meadow; or blue beings generally, they
- the greenness is characteristic of the plant, and that of all beings
- the plant is the being of life. The animal possesses a soul;
- being of which life is the special characteristic. The animal has, in
- first place find a being to which blue is peculiar as green is to the
- say that white is peculiar to any being in the outer world. We might
- a bypath. To being with, if we venture to approach white, we must say
- true being; we feel an inner relationship between the light and our
- essential being. At night, if we awake in dense darkness, we feel we
- cannot reach our real being; we are then, indeed, in a sense withdrawn
- beings which see.
- darkness — in black darkness no physical being can do anything.
- however, if it appear as a living being, must appear green, it must
- Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
- want to feel it with your own being. Yellow must radiate, getting
- differentiated from yellow. Yellow insists on being strongest in the
- us gay; but being gay means, really, being filled with a greater
- Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
- what I might call certain properties of will, by reason of their being
- And if we go to a step up to human beings, we must aspire to paint the
- beings; we treat them as images. This means we paint the surface
- insists on being, as it were, washed out at the edge. In no other way
- edge. In a painting of human beings, one can remove its real
- paints a human being one need worry about nothing except the pure
- Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
- beings, experience thought in ourselves. When a man speaks of his
- beings with heads, we must look back to our past, for in this past we
- of a human being, but he sees objectively the thinking man which his
- seen as light, or better, experienced as light. Being thinking men, we
- light-being. You do not know it, because you live within the light.
- thought-being. You observe, light and thought go together; they are
- to believe that man is really a being of will. Had Schopenhauer been
- clairvoyant, this being of will would have confronted him as a
- one does bend it just because as human being one stands within the
- warmth-content, for example, of the light-spectrum, as being connected
- spectrum as being connected with the future, we pass over from the
- Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
- primeval mists into the marked distinctions of the various beings,
- untold past were thought-worlds of definite beings, thought-worlds
- from which world-beings in their time drew their world-secrets. We
- these other beings occupied the position within the universe which man
- humanity; they were not like the human beings of today, but they were
- went as thinking beings with human character through that world. That
- in external phenomena. There will then be beings who look out into the
- and its phenomena: we will then analyze them, being inwardly as cold
- with the outer world as complete human beings. We do that only when we
- world. We do not stand there as complete beings if our attitude is
- that of a dry physicist. We are complete beings only if we say to
- what in long ages past beings formulated in their souls: we have to
- gratitude to those beings who so many millions years ago, let us say
- during the old Saturn time, lived as human beings as we do today, and
- beings who come after us may look upon a world for which they can be
- past in which beings have worked to form our surrounding Nature as it
- cinders is real, and in between there are beings creating moral
- feeling of being possessed again by weight on awaking, as a personal
- Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
- man to live as earthly being in these three conditions of
- We must clearly realize that of earthly beings only man lives in these
- subconsciously, feel themselves, with their whole inner being, like a
- outwardly a plant, and I am inwardly a separate being — but the
- beings, who realize themselves in these free-floating
- life and doings of the spiritual beings. As here on earth we enter the
- colour, etc. — we come to the understanding of spiritual beings.
- Such spiritual beings also permeate all the realms of nature.
- in all these beings of nature's realms. And when on awakening he
- not designed for sleep.” The point is the being designed for
- inner being coincides with it. Then we live in it with our sympathies
- Good. The beings who are in these worlds are predestined with all
- beings when as earth-man it is a question of our meeting them. We can
- But that came to an end. And thus naturalism came into being, and in
- Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
- beings and objects will again be realized.
- man is not a physical being to the horse, but a spiritual being, and
- are very ghostly beings to the higher animals. If they could talk a
- to animals at all to regard man as a similar being to themselves, but
- as a higher, ghostly being. If they regard their own body as
- thrown back into his own colouring, it permeated his being and then
- superficial, abstract culture, which does not allow what is being done
- mind, one must say to oneself: what is really being described here?
- the possibility of being clear about a fact which is indeed
- will find the possibility of being clear about a fact which is indeed
- Title: Colour: Part Three: Artistic and Moral Experience
- We can then understand how we can experience a Being who radiates
- goodness, who is filled with divine goodness and mercy, a Being such
- of what those beings have felt who specially belong to our earth, and
- Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
- spoken otherwise of those beings whom one can describe as the beings
- called the Seraphim those beings who make no differentiation between
- But these are all beings: in the midst of the Thrones, round them the
- Cherubim, and in the periphery, the Seraphim. They are beings which
- mutually interplay and act and think and will and feel. And if a being
- being feels the warmth psychically, there really is present what you
- beings. The warmth is nothing in itself, it is only the evidence that
- these beings exist.
- this happened in such a way that the Beings produced by the Seraphim,
- Cherubim and Thrones, the Beings of the Second Hierarchy — the
- younger — Beings entered in; and theirs was the next influence.
- element of warmth, the Beings of the Second Hierarchy were seen in the
- But you must get this clear: Actually Beings press in. Light is
- present for a Being with the necessary powers of perception. Light is
- what distinguishes the paths of these Beings. Under certain
- Third Hierarchy, the Archai, Archangels and Angels. These Beings bring
- Hence it came about that, let us say, an Archai or Archangel-Being
- towards and desire for darkness. The Angel-Being carried the light
- into the darkness, or an Angel-Being carried the darkness into the
- light. These Beings became the intermediaries, the messengers between
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