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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • itself; there can be no doubt about that. It is the living image of
    • we have the living. Thus peach-blossom colour represents the living
    • Peach-blossom colour represents the living image of the Soul.
    • the lifeless image of life; Peach-blossom colour is the living image of
    • of the Lifeless; Green is the lifeless image of the Living;
    • Peach-blossom colour is the living image of the Soul; White is the
    • kingdom, the living kingdom, the ensouled kingdom, the spiritual
    • the living, to the ensouled, to that possessing spirit — from black
    • the lifeless, through the living, to the psychic, to the spiritual as
    • the lifeless is black; that of the living is green; that of the
    • it; but it is not a matter of indifference that, if the living gives
    • coloured in the flower, etc., if the living appear in its own colour, it
    • Whether or not we gaze at it, it is entirely subjective. The living,
    • however, if it appear as a living being, must appear green, it must
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • character of the colour. We saw, for example, that the living must
    • living, the green arises. I shall continue today from our yesterday's
    • If the shadow-thrower is the dead, and the illuminant the living, as
    • shadow-thrower is the living and the illuminant the psychic, then, as
    • The living
    • The living
    • green, if we confine ourselves to the living production of colour. We
    • of the living on the lifeless is green. The shadow of the psychic on
    • the living is peach-colour. “Shadow” and “picture or
    • evenly, is the luster of the living. Green is the picture of the
    • living; red, the luster.
    • the living is the green. No wonder that red luster produces the green
    • inherently so completely living that it can be transferred directly
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
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    • living forms its image or shadow in the lifeless and how thereby green
    • results. We saw then how the psychic forms its image in the living and
    • nature and therefore includes not only living vegetation but also the
    • If we turn to living things, we must turn to sun and moonlight, and
    • luster, it must gleam from inside. When we paint the living
    • thereby the possibility of ourselves living in the colour. It is living
    • fixed and firm; whereas it is not living in the colour if I stand there
    • That is not living in the colour, but outside it. I live in the colour
    • Living with the colour ceased when one left the pot colour for the
    • can be painted only if one understands what living with the colour is.
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • But your thinking which you unfold, is living in the light. And I you
    • blossom, you are really living on the past. You look at nature in
    • living thought, the decaying past, in light, and the growing will, the
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
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    • Living in Light and Weight.
    • The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
    • weight, into the field of light. By living in the field of light, when
    • the heavenly bodies, and are connecting them with the living contents
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • living in dream become forces of memory. Then we no longer
    • really only a slight jump from dreaming to living in beauty. And only
    • idea of a living man.
    • But what was the possibility that came from living in this — I
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • lost that living element in the soul which finds that substantiality
    • today, are from the direct and living colour. How is it possible to do
    • anything but forget completely to pay any attention to this living
    • colour is fundamentally a flowing, living one, in which we with our
    • sols are also living. And a time will come (I have pointed this out)_
    • in which the living connection of the flowing colour-world with coloured
    • The susceptibility for the living, creative element of colour flows
    • to pick a rose. The living productive element in his environment works
    • Now this living weaving and existence in colour is suppressed in man,
    • beginning must be made — unless man's living in accordance with the
    • proceed onwards to a living experience of the real nature of colour.
    • How far the present day is from such a living understanding of colour
    • manner. It is impossible to steep oneself in the living nature of
    • directions. In steeping oneself in this living element of colour, one
    • conceived it would mean the death of living feeling, which gives the
    • made part of the living world, because it shines in colour. If you have
    • slightly above or below it; one feels how living the colour itself
    • without that living inner sympathy, a red ball can revolve round a
    • with the living, moving flow of colour. You would feel in your soul
    • figure in repose, you would have a living weaving movement, which
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  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Artistic and Moral Experience
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    • experience, this living in the orange forces, gives us the impression
    • unite it with ourselves. By living the red we learn to pray, and by
    • living in the orange we experience the desire for knowledge of the
    • time-cycle. We feel: now you are living with the forces out of which
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • living imagination. The plant creates its green out of itself. But
    • peach-coloured time. We learn from the flesh-colour to know the living
    • person the living image of the soul.
    • You see the world is beginning now to come alive in colours. The living
    • we can say, making the thought living and not abstract: Whiteness is
    • life, peach and flesh-colour as the living image of the soul, white as
    • Peach and flesh-colour = living image of the soul. I stopped at the
    • completed the circle. Thereby this living participation in colour
    • living revelation of the living, of the lifeless, of the spiritual and
    • the living; the living wants to reveal itself to us in active red; so
    • that we may call red the luster of the living.
    • perspective is a side-product of the materialistic age which, living

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