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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture I: The Goetheanum
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    • it will itself possess the inner force with which to create its own
    • and the building itself, which might be either of the Renaissance period,
    • had to proceed from the impulses of this world-conception itself. If
    • to thyself any graven image of the Lord, thy God”. The pictorial
    • of artistic representation, but never identifies itself with them. Indeed,
    • humanity. This disadvantage itself is the sign of decadence of recent
    • possess the means of giving man an explanation as to himself. People
    • from itself thoughts, but of creating forms and permeating the whole
    • feeling that something will reveal itself here, something new in the
    • enclosed but which intends to make itself known.
    • especially when he finds himself opposite the main door, that an attempt
    • he himself really makes the endeavour — which very few people will
    • and allows himself to be carried into a really organic-artistic, a feeling
    • been made, just as it is in nature itself, to cause one motive to proceed
    • and from cosmic activity itself.
    • I said to myself: anyone going up these stairs must have some sort of
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • in itself which has to be introduced into the present evolution of humanity;
    • included in the Building itself is in organic union with its spiritual
    • pillar develops itself out of the first — that is to say when
    • from above, and when you picture to yourself how
    • by itself. In the next picture (5) we show the second and third pillars
    • how the architrave motif progresses, each form building itself up out,
    • a capital nor an architrave motif can be understood by itself. They
    • element. Now we shall see the third pillar by itself. (5A)
    • pillar by itself. As I have said before this pillar and this motif must
    • 5th capital by itself. Perhaps the form of this capital suggests to
    • it as though it stood by itself - you roust look at it as though it
    • you will feel yourself forced from a certain point onward. Through this
    • of evolution you feel yourself forced onward to mould not something
    • the simplicity of the first form you will say to yourself “here
    • comes the simple, in so far as this simple form builds itself up on
    • of forms demands, we grow into the creative principle of nature herself.
    • really the satisfaction of a selfish desire for sleep. Well, here the
    • people a certain mystical fog has spread itself around this Building
    • is something which wants to reveal itself to the world,” in the
    • out of the universe. Just as the world itself in its living interweaving
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  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • thinking, especially in the art of painting must make itself felt. This
    • in colour. Anyone able to sink himself into the world of colour is able
    • a world of beings spring up, that the colour itself through its own
    • one had to defend oneself against something, and so on with the other
    • the spirit, out of itself creating form. The psychic finds its manifestation,
    • itself in its own configuration if one has the right-vision for what
    • itself in the original conception of it. And out of the contemplation
    • detached itself from Reality. That which lay at the bottom of the real
    • freedom. self-consciousness. Humanity can only do this by breaking adrift
    • from nature. But to break adrift from nature means to identify oneself
    • he who to-day is not himself dead, as most learned men are in soul,
    • he who to-day is not himself dead as regards his seeking, finds in the
    • the feeling: Thou makest thyself indeed free, but in so doing thou comest
    • itself, appears from below and approaching man above is the real Being
    • with a blue border, to see a head in profile. This follows of itself
    • and from the colour itself that will be drawn out which already lies
    • with the life of colour itself.
    • itself, by that which you see here on the right as Luciferic, and here
    • accompanying him. Ahriman himself would be a much too freezing, too
    • It is the need,of inner stability, and at the same time self-possession
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