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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • her open secret feels an irresistible longing for her most worthy
    • feeling. We must try to question our feeling as to what colour is in
    • If we simply allow the colour to stimulate our feelings, we can
    • picture at rest. We must come into a very definite complex of feeling
    • the plant. We do not feel it as a necessity that certain animals which
    • the light, if we simply throw light upon it, we feel that it has a
    • certain relationship to light. At first this remains a feeling. It
    • will at once become more than a feeling if we turn to the sun, which
    • to develop this feeling, we need do no more than say to ourselves that
    • feeling, we shall find the inner connection between white and light.
    • when the light streams upon us and through us, feel ourselves in our
    • 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
    • which does not feel in its element. We know, too, that what we have
    • condition of illumination. If we consider this feeling — all that
    • lives in light and colour must first be grasped as feeling — if we
    • consider this feeling we shall say: There is a distinction between
    • must experience itself in the soul; this it does when it feels itself
    • pure feeling; but if you try to sink yourselves deeply into the matter
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • according to feeling, and then you will see that we come to a certain
    • you have a sense of colour, you can feel that. If, for instance, you
    • intolerable for someone with artistic feeling. The soul cannot bear a
    • want to feel it with your own being. Yellow must radiate, getting
    • We arrive therefore on all sides at what I might call the feeling or
    • inside these three colours with our feeling, to see how they interplay
    • shines? If you take the yellow (and you must take it with your feeling
    • in it; if we feel that our bodies are the dwelling-place of our souls
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
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    • have to be brought into the region of feeling and must be realized
    • Our feeling is well acquainted with this cosmic interchange of
    • relations in respect of vegetation, and if we question our feeling we
    • from this world of feeling by means of an artistic appreciation of the
    • of furniture painted blue — if you have any artistic feeling, you
    • develop this inner glow. Any one who has feeling for these things will
    • follows — it can be grasped only with your feeling. If you want to
    • It is true one must develop most particularly the feeling for what
    • colour. My soul must live with colour. I must rejoice with yellow, feel
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • world in feeling, and it was in this way that Goethe really pondered
    • on everything he wanted to see and feel in the world. For instance he
    • green, the plant-world (thus would Goethe feel, even if he has not
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
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    • can feel the message of the dawn's red, of the blue sky and of the
    • with this necessity for feeling gratitude towards our far distant
    • make up your minds to say: We must regulate our thoughts and feelings,
    • A complete philosophy leads, you see, to this world-feeling or this
    • not satisfy the complete man, for it leaves his feeling empty. The
    • morning with a certain feeling of slackness and indifferent, and leave
    • places of learning with feelings towards the world that reach out into
    • planted in their souls the feeling of gratitude towards the far-off
    • is; and a great feeling of responsibility towards the world to b e,
    • you will feel inwardly that his etheric plant-body draws you
    • imaginative picture. You simply have the feeling it is heavy. And from
    • What makes the will active? This: that the soul feels weight through
    • longing to feel weight around him, and he returns once more to
    • able to feel this sort of rising from weight into light, and the
    • feeling of being possessed again by weight on awaking, as a personal
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • subconsciously, feel themselves, with their whole inner being, like a
    • When an animal sees a plant, his first feeling is not: that is
    • sympathy or antipathy. It feels as it were, the plant's nature
    • of scales. But those things like colours, and sounds, the feeling even
    • optical illusion. Weight must come in. Therefore, unless we feel its
    • side by side indifferently, and we always have the feeling that I we
    • chaotic mingling of red and yellow and sounds, but you begin to feel
    • and antipathies so strong that we do not feel things as sympathetic or
    • in which we feel or create beauty is namely very similar to the
    • one has no longer the feeling that it is the same as dreaming, that it
    • In Greece one still had the feeling that one cannot really make the
    • feeling, when a physiologist or anatomist of today describes man, that
    • achieved an extraordinary and mighty work. But finer feelings of the
    • all today if one has an atom of feeling for beauty. Art is overlooked
    • became what one can now see. But because the feelings of the ancient
    • feel them. If men today think they can feel Icons, it is an
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • physic hotch-potch, interspersed with all sorts of dark feelings, and
    • not only difficult, but also few people feel the need to do it. And a
    • If a man in feeling the sensation of red or blue has no other reaction
    • to it than in feeling — here is red, and here is blue, he can never
    • the message of colour. Then, in approaching red, we shall feel
    • in red, anyone with a fine feeling for the colour might inwardly
    • does not feel this must be taken as a deep symbol of the whole modern
    • conceived it would mean the death of living feeling, which gives the
    • say that when one colours a form one must have the feeling: “Now
    • feel as if you are not approaching it directly, but are standing
    • slightly above or below it; one feels how living the colour itself
    • attacking and the blue retreating — which makes you feel that you
    • can feel all this, you would also actually feel yourself in harmony
    • with the living, moving flow of colour. You would feel in your soul
    • symbolically, instead of feeling the living breath of the spirit
    • anywhere. But we feel that a living spiritual science demands an
    • regret, then from this mood of melancholy must proceed the feeling of
    • concerning which, like disharmony, he can feel only regret. From this
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Artistic and Moral Experience
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    • the experiences and feelings to be derived from spiritual science,
    • experience this in intensive soul-life, unless the feeling is
    • identical with red, we shall not be able to help feeling that this red
    • all the possibilities of evil and sin in us. We shall be able to feel
    • and our moral feelings will be like what a moral experience of our
    • as we long to experience in space. Then we shall feel the need of
    • of the colour itself. We shall feel the need of allowing space to
    • the feeling: you must make that a red which is fleeing.
    • in a self-forming of colour, and with our whole soul shall feel an echo
    • accompanied by strong desire, a feeling can arise like that in Strader
    • to expand in the cosmic forces, when it feels one with the cosmic
    • become one with it, we shall not have the feeling of the divine wrath
    • bearing down upon us; we shall rather have the feeling that what meets
    • move in such a way that with every step we take we feel that this
    • We feel then the longing to understand the inner side of things and to
    • same thing, we feel ourselves transferred to the beginning of our
    • time-cycle. We feel: now you are living with the forces out of which
    • earth-incarnation. One feels an affinity between what one was during
    • feeling of inner health, but a the same time of inner
    • become macro-cosmic. One would feel the desire to develop
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  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • lifeless, i.e. the image of the plant, we get the feeling of green as
    • feel that the inner health of man is expressed also in this
    • health of man which is really endowed by the soul. And we feel that
    • suggestion of peach. And as we feel in the plant's green the lifeless
    • image of life, we feel in the characteristic flesh-colour of a sound
    • Let us look further. The sun appears to us whitish, which we feel to
    • be closely related to light. If we awake at night in darkness we feel
    • that it is not our real human environment in which we can fully feel
    • effect on us from the distance. Our ego-feeling lights up in us if we
    • wake up in light. In the darkness we feel ourselves strange in the
    • Whiteness is related to light. If we feel whiteness in this way, as we
    • feel the ego stimulated in a room by whiteness to its inner strength,
    • the psychic appearance of the spirit. For this reason we always feel,
    • of the lifeless, just as we feel ourselves killed, lamed, when our
    • can feel black as the spiritual image of the lifeless.
    • point of feeling oneself driven no longer to speak in words, no longer
    • abstract understanding, but to artistic feeling. What is artistic must
    • we want to feel them as such.
    • sensibility, to have them in a circumscribed contour, but we feel the
    • and our feeling if we realize everywhere how a world forms itself out
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  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
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    • 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
    • feel when you are in a heated room.
    • the psychic element feels in the colour-world the necessity for
    • look at the blue-violet you have the feeling that there is the seat of
    • inwardly, and make it inward; to feel weakness and lassitude when



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