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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • thus presented to our soul.
    • before the soul in order to bring a complex of sensation into
    • 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
    • addition, a soul. The mineral has as yet no soul. Man has, in addition
    • to the soul, a spirit. We cannot say of man, of the animal or of the
    • If a man really tries to imagine himself inwardly ensouled, and thinks
    • of this ensouling as passing into his physical bodily form, he can
    • imagine that in some way that which ensouls him flows into this form.
    • He expresses himself by pouring his soul-nature into his form in the
    • in whom the psychic nature is withdrawn somewhat and does not ensoul
    • know the peculiar green of the complexion when the soul is withdrawn;
    • fresh flesh-colour, you will see that the soul experiences itself in
    • flesh-colour we have before us the image of the soul, really the image
    • of the soul. If, however, we go far into the world around, we must
    • painting. It is the image of the soul-nature, but it is not the soul
    • the soul. The soul experiences itself in flesh-colour. It is not
    • lifeless like the green of the plant, for if a man withdraws his soul
    • image of the soul.
    • must experience itself in the soul; this it does when it feels itself
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  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • intolerable for someone with artistic feeling. The soul cannot bear a
    • longing o the soul in face of colours. And these are fulfilled; that
    • his colour and paints in his picture what the soul really must want if
    • What happens when you let the red really influence your soul? You say,
    • brought before the soul. We cannot make such a distinction in the
    • vitality of soul. We are therefore more attuned to the ego through
    • 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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    • three or four centuries has man reached a state of soul which enables
    • If we paint creatures with souls and even animals, we must paint the
    • Soul-animal:
    • colour. My soul must live with colour. I must rejoice with yellow, feel
    • at all without first lifting it into the region of the soul. For it is
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • penetrate into such things. Your thought and whole soul-life will
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
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    • the moral or the soul, and on the other hand, to see, in the soul,
    • the thought: Surely everything moral that arises in the human soul
    • many people whose souls are influenced by both the one and the other
    • soul, for, if there were, the same soul could not simply assume on the
    • You see, we get here a philosophy of the world in which the soul
    • our soul, and in a sense is revealed to our soul as the world that we
    • what in long ages past beings formulated in their souls: we have to
    • planted in their souls the feeling of gratitude towards the far-off
    • which I mean that we are souls and not scales — we become
    • instance, is something which transfers the weight to the soul within.
    • But it is a super-sensible primeval phenomenon. Asleep, the soul lives
    • body is heavy; this force transfers itself to the soul: the soul lives
    • What makes the will active? This: that the soul feels weight through
    • the body. This combined life with the soul produces in earthly man the
    • man is bound to the earth, because his soul, having lived a time in
    • influences him also, and implants activity in his soul, which is
    • the next life from birth to death. The soul has reached the stage of
    • of the soul. We are seeking, again, in looking out into universal
    • seeds of will. All this streams through the souls moving in space. We
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • through our soul's presence with them.
    • of course, with the memory, with the inner soul-life, with what
    • with the soul-constitution of dreaming, then you see chaos. And the
    • tradition was no longer alive inwardly in the soul. Now one must take
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • For it leads to the situation that the soul which is confined to this
    • and less the other soul which is specialized in another direction. And
    • specialist and soul particularly strikes us when we consider the
    • which revels in the fact that the soul can unfold in itself a higher
    • at least in our own souls rightly.
    • look into his soul, and at an artistic longing there, we can in a way
    • men's souls, and surrounded them. When Raphael painted Madonnas, there
    • lived in human hearts and souls the understanding for a Madonna,
    • and — be it said in the noblest sense — out of the people's soul
    • Dante led the human soul into spiritual realms, he needed only to take
    • human soul. One might say these artists had some substance in their
    • own souls which was present in the general culture. If one picks up
    • all souls, even in the lowest circles. The educated people of those
    • that moves his soul, something that echoes inwardly, but he is faced
    • lost that living element in the soul which finds that substantiality
    • of this or that colour, is connected with the animal's soul-relation
    • body whatever forces there are in the group-souls of animals. It is
    • and group-soul. And just as we look at an object which rouses our
    • our souls the manner in which red, for example, or blue flows; if
    • colour. The point is we must know how to surrender our whole soul to
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  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Artistic and Moral Experience
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    • experienced in the human soul much more intensively than before, when
    • colours and sounds will be much more intimately felt in the soul, when,
    • the soul, and when in the creations of the artists we shall meet the
    • traces of their souls' experiences in the Cosmos.
    • sense-perception. An endless deepening of the human soul can be
    • colour in this world, your innermost soul has become colour. Wherever
    • you go in the world, your soul will be filled with red, everywhere you
    • experience this in intensive soul-life, unless the feeling is
    • soul would become in all-embracing “illimitable” space. Then
    • when the reaction comes, when something rises in our soul one can only
    • divine wrath with all that can lie in the soul as the possibility of
    • into the fleeing red. We shall then be taking part with our whole soul
    • in a self-forming of colour, and with our whole soul shall feel an echo
    • artistically, how something appears before our soul when it attempts
    • the souls of men and instigate them to artistic production. The
    • the soul and made it passive. Souls must be taken hold of and
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • health of man which is really endowed by the soul. And we feel that
    • when the colour of the skin becomes green, the man is ill and soul
    • the soul occupies the physical body too markedly in an egoistical way,
    • person the living image of the soul.
    • 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
    • soul. White = the psychic image of the spirit. I stopped at the soul
    • And if one has this artistic experience, death, life, soul and spirit
    • spirit and soul as they appear in the world.
    • intensively — that is to our soul — it will shine yellow. Yellow
    • If the soul desires to remain truly inward and this state is to be
    • expressed artistically in colour, then the soul will withdraw itself
    • soft luminosity of blue, which is thus the luster of the soul.
    • of colour, one becomes a painter, who paints with his inner soul, for
    • occur to use to paint the soul element in a picture otherwise than by
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
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    • enraptured. And this rapture of the soul — which was experienced
    • put before your souls. In the time of Aristotle one still
    • life, but they exist all the same. The spiritual, the soul, does not
    • soul, the effect of colour iridescence. The iridescence of colour,

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