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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • with the nature of colour. In ordinary life colour is dealt with
    • regard to it which raises the whole consideration into our life of
    • burn. The red figures bring so much life into the greenness that we
    • the plant is the being of life. The animal possesses a soul;
    • man has both spirit and soul. The mineral has no life. The plant is a
    • being of which life is the special characteristic. The animal has, in
    • mineral, that its peculiar feature is life; it is something else. In
    • the case of the plant its characteristic is life. The green colour is
    • in saying that green represents the lifeless image of life.
    • In the same way we can say that green is the lifeless image of life.
    • realize that green is the lifeless image of life.
    • green. Life is there, but he becomes green. We speak of green men; we
    • select the lifeless peach-blossom colour for that which appears as
    • lifeless like the green of the plant, for if a man withdraws his soul
    • Green represents the lifeless image of Life.
    • Life is driven out of the plants when they become charcoal, carbon or
    • coal. Thus black shows itself to be foreign in life, hostile to life.
    • Life, then, can do nothing in blackness. Soul — the soul slips away
    • Black represents the spiritual image of the lifeless.
    • image. In one case we have the image of the lifeless, in
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  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • proceed from the lifeless, and that in the lifeless the image of the
    • When the lifeless appears in the Spirit you get black.
    • which will strike you if you observe life: green you have in nature;
    • white. The shadow of the lifeless on the spirit is black. The shadow
    • of the living on the lifeless is green. The shadow of the psychic on
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
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    • the rest of life, you see what interesting things result. He pursued
    • living forms its image or shadow in the lifeless and how thereby green
    • lifeless reflects its image or shadow in the spiritual and produces
    • other relationships of coloured plant-life to the stars?
    • one can establish the connection of the rest of plant-life, with the
    • external nature, in so far as it consists of plant-life. You can of
    • Now suppose you want to paint a landscape of plant-life, and it is to
    • give a real impression of life, you have to paint the plants
    • plant-life darker than reality. But then, after you have got your
    • impression of life. It does this only if you paint the trees, etc.
    • of life. It is a matter of sensibility, and this sensibility leads you
    • luster. In no other way can you get behind the secret of plant-life,
    • substances, the lifeless objects. In this case particularly it is
    • painting still-life, the character of the luster. That is the point.
    • which means that the painter, if he paints still-life, must really
    • lifeless mineral. And so we are brought — I am only mentioning it
    • This is the reason why, when we apply the lifeless paint to a surface
    • the image of the lifeless in the spiritual. We create the spiritual
    • according to the luster and paint in it the lifeless. And in so far as
    • plant-life, it must appear as luster-image. We first paint the image,
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  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • life, while the organization of the human limbs points to a future
    • life on earth. Roughly speaking, we have our head because our limbs
    • have been metamorphosed from the previous life into the head. The
    • metamorphosed into the head we shall carry in our next earth-life. At
    • present, in our life between birth and death, thoughts function in our
    • changed into thoughts in our next life on earth.
    • penetrate into such things. Your thought and whole soul-life will
    • lifeless mathematics. It is true Hegel used more pregnant concepts
    • lives in it, one can in ordinary life perceive it as little as one
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
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    • experience of man in sleep is the life in light. In sleep he is not
    • the body. This combined life with the soul produces in earthly man the
    • weight — he awakes. It is a continuous oscillation between life in
    • light and life in weight, between going to sleep and awakening. If a
    • has exhausted that which gave him weight in his lifetime; then begins
    • earth-life. Now while he is returning to earth he has to go through
    • the physical life. So you see the question is important: What
    • moves towards a new life, influence him with their weights. So that
    • the next life from birth to death. The soul has reached the stage of
    • mingled a loving understanding of life's tasks.
    • untruthfulness which obtain not only in outward life, but which can be
    • effect on the social life. We must summon up the courage to illumine
    • cultivate an enthusiasm for an outlook on life which really does
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • another one lies next to it. In human life it is of course different.
    • life and doings of the spiritual beings. As here on earth we enter the
    • life and doings of earthly things, ascertaining them with the scales
    • of course, with the memory, with the inner soul-life, with what
    • this dream-force in our inner life, we should have no beauty. That we
    • power of dreaming that we have a memory. For the art life of man we
    • free movement and life, whereas when one gives oneself up to freedom,
    • wisdom from the very beginning to run their life's course there. One
    • circumstances into such conditions in which the further life of
    • Spiritual Science. That contains the life-element which carries us
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • specialization of Science, and that is the specialization of our life!
    • pulling together of spiritual life will result in artistic form. We
    • his activity or give you his life-story, but I want you to note that
    • expression of the universal and unified spiritual life. This is what
    • with the colour, to share its inner power of life. We cannot do it if
    • it, my dear friends, if we are able so to instill life into the colour,
    • opposition to the blue, results in giving to a figure composition life
    • you enter into the life of colours, which makes the red appear to be
    • bottom of elemental life; it has studied Nature long enough, and tried
    • not as abstract thoughts, not as lifeless knowledge, nor as science,
    • form, and share the cosmic life. Colour is the soul of nature and of
    • the whole Cosmos, and by experiencing the life of colour, we
    • intellectual life of today. Spiritual science is well adapted to bring
    • as life itself, will increase in us. Etheric life will also permeate
    • strength which rises from the knowledge that the sources of human life
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Artistic and Moral Experience
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    • The understanding of the spiritual-scientific view of life not merely
    • experience this in intensive soul-life, unless the feeling is
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • If one regards the psychic in all movements and life, the varied and
    • Now, lifeless substances are incorporated in the plant, but these
    • lifeless substances are made to live. In the plant are iron, carbon
    • found also in the Mineral Kingdom: and in seeing how life penetrates
    • through the lifeless, and makes for itself an image by means of the
    • lifeless, i.e. the image of the plant, we get the feeling of green as
    • the lifeless image of life.
    • lifeless substances of the earth live plants. Life itself we do not
    • perceive. We perceive plants because they contain the lifeless
    • lifeless image of the life that exists on earth.
    • world-word which tells us how life in the plant weaves and flows.
    • 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
    • forms itself through the lifeless into the image of green. The psychic
    • of the lifeless, just as we feel ourselves killed, lamed, when our
    • can feel black as the spiritual image of the lifeless.
    • colour and light, when we experience green as the lifeless image of
    • life, peach and flesh-colour as the living image of the soul, white as
    • the lifeless.
    • to describe green as the lifeless image of life; I stopped at life.
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  • 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
    • created and warmed in this Saturnian life by the Seraphim, Cherubim
    • require — Life. And life came into the colourful world which
    • life, but they exist all the same. The spiritual, the soul, does not
    • require life. Life begins only with your etheric body; and this is
    • something in the nature of an outer wrapping. It is thus that life
    • permeated and shot with life, appeared with the coming of man, the
    • Life, which rounded off, smoothed and shaped the colours, called forth
    • these things entirely covered up. The philosophical attitude to life
    • water is the Third, behind life and the earth is the Fourth, or Man.



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