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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • meadow everywhere; they have no inner connection with the green
    • white — which at the same time shows an inner relationship to
    • feeling, we shall find the inner connection between white and light.
    • true being; we feel an inner relationship between the light and our
    • white — we have yet to learn the inner connection — we have in
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • we note that as a result of its own nature, colour has a inner
    • this point of view. Let us take yellow, the whole inner nature of
    • inner nature. It wants to radiate. Let us take blue on the
    • Blue by its inner nature demands the exact opposite of yellow. It
    • into my innermost self and build, as it were, a crust round me, and so
    • disintegrate, it wants to get ever thinner and thinner till it has
    • red, yellow and blue, in accordance with their inner activity, their
    • inner mobility, are distinguished from the inner mobility of lilac.
    • Lilac tends to dissolve — that is not an inner mobility — it
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
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    • And they paid no attention, as we had to do yesterday, to this inner
    • green and peach-colour, inner illumination, that is, luster-character.
    • surface, for then we shall never be able to evoke the inner light in
    • a failure to understand the inner nature of colour which, as such, is
    • develop this inner glow. Any one who has feeling for these things will
    • inner light which we attempt to conjure up when we want to paint a
    • effect her from out of the Cosmos, and thereby evoke the inner force
    • the terrestrial bodies have retained as inner forces since the other
    • spiritualize the surface and create a secret inner radiance. I mean,
    • colour, if I want to bring it to inner capabilities. I may not paint
    • there is nothing real, nothing with an inner impulse of life, which
    • to the inner causes of colouration, still produced the elements of
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • with reality. And it is precisely to such a view that the inner
    • but has an inner urge to wait till the seeds of the fruit bursts
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
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    • a clash of darkness and light, so our own inner selves, in so far as
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • surroundings so much as man. They have not got an outer and an inner
    • subconsciously, feel themselves, with their whole inner being, like a
    • animal gets a strong inner experience from the plant, a direct
    • Only man has the clear and sharp differentiation between his inner
    • does he come at all to speak of an inner and an outer world? Because
    • others, according to its kind. It has always an inner relationship to
    • of course, with the memory, with the inner soul-life, with what
    • inner being coincides with it. Then we live in it with our sympathies
    • this dream-force in our inner life, we should have no beauty. That we
    • to apparent inner compulsion, that is, if one experiences this jump
    • only speak of goodness when there is a distinction between inner and
    • paint the Icon with inner sympathy, not merely by tradition and
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • with the colour, to share its inner power of life. We cannot do it if
    • moment the form receives colour, the inner movement of the colour stands
    • You need only get a little closer to this inner weaving of colour to
    • without that living inner sympathy, a red ball can revolve round a
    • Therefore it is that an inner connection must be sought between all
    • seriousness, this inner psychic energy completely into ourselves. It
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Artistic and Moral Experience
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    • colour in this world, your innermost soul has become colour. Wherever
    • materialistic time had to come, and this old art, with its inner
    • of merely punishing us, is desirous of arming us with inner power. If
    • We feel then the longing to understand the inner side of things and to
    • inner nature of things. And if it is a yellow surface, and we do the
    • of a coloured sea — one experiences an inner increase of strength in
    • feeling of inner health, but a the same time of inner
    • selfishness — a stimulus of the inner egoistic forces.
    • So one learns to know the inner nature of colour, and as I said, we can
    • stimulated again by the inner forces of things.
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • feel that the inner health of man is expressed also in this
    • feel the ego stimulated in a room by whiteness to its inner strength,
    • of colour, one becomes a painter, who paints with his inner soul, for
    • echoed in the Renaissance painting, there was that inner perspective
    • colour-perspective as inner perspective. It is the perspective which
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
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    • element into the consciousness gives one an idea of the inner life of



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