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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • first we will introduce red; into the second, peach-blossom colour;
    • peach-blossom colour, or blue forms are pictured in the green. It is
    • peach-blossom colour — which would approximate human
    • peach-blossom colour or blue figures are passing; in each of the three
    • The second example is harmonious. The peach-blossom coloured figures
    • not trouble us. Our sensation tells us that these peach-blossom
    • Let us now take peach-blossom colour. More exactly, let us call it the
    • select the lifeless peach-blossom colour for that which appears as
    • we have the living. Thus peach-blossom colour represents the living
    • peach-blossom-like flesh-colour of man. In the case of animals we do
    • Peach-blossom colour represents the living image of the Soul.
    • peach-blossom colour, the image of the soul; white, the image of the
    • the lifeless image of life; Peach-blossom colour is the living image of
    • White, Green and Peach-blossom colour, while always the previous word
    • Peach-blossom colour is the living image of the Soul; White is the
    • to green, to peach-blossom colour, white. As truly as I can ascend from
    • peach-blossom colour, white. As truly as Constantine, Ferdinand, Felix,
    • psychic, peach-blossom colour; and the image of the spirit is white.
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • peach-blossom colour; and in such a manner that we were able to say:
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • like that of a man in front of a tree laden with blossom. At the
    • the blossom is at its fullest, there works in the tree that power of
    • looked at the blossom at its maximum, at that which becomes most
    • grow out of the peach-blossom. He turns from light-nature to light.
    • blossom, you are really living on the past. You look at nature in
    • ages is revealed in the beauty of spring blossom. You look at the
    • whole man. One can in actual fact comprehend the past in plum blossom,
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • peach-blossom in spring. No other colour in nature is like it. But we

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