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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • fact that it has an etheric body in addition to its physical body. It
    • is this etheric body which really lives in the plant; but the etheric
    • body is not itself green. The element which gives the plant its
    • greenness is, indeed, in its physical body, making green peculiar to
    • plant, for that lies in the etheric body. If the plant had no etheric
    • body it would be a mineral. In its mineral nature the plant manifests
    • itself through green. The etheric body is quite a different colour, but
    • If we study the plant in relation to its etheric body, if we study its
    • separate human experience from flesh-colour. The experience in the body
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • body's surface; it is also that which raises man from the material and
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
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    • body, to matter? What makes matter as such appear to us coloured? Those
    • the question, Why is a body red? A body is red because it absorbs all
    • into relation with a heavenly body — as already said, in a
    • phenomenon is of the greatest effect on earth? What heavenly body is
    • We arrive at that particular heavenly body which represents the
    • really never absorbed by the material body, but lives in it, and must
    • body are not to be differentiated from colour, they live in it and are
    • outside the physical human body in proportion as they are bound up
    • and etheric body. That is the point. So that the whole question of the
    • the astral body, already exist in the colour, and they enter with it.
    • Colour is the conveyer of the Ego and the astral body into the physical
    • and into the etheric body. So that the whole method of study must come out.
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • plant-world; there you are, as human etheric body, and I have often
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
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    • in his ego and his astral body from the physical and etheric body.
    • diagram. Imagine physical and etheric body, astral body and ego bound
    • Now if we dip down into the body we become inwardly psychic — by
    • he learns to recognize weight by diving down into his body.
    • Imagination, you can observe the etheric body of a plant. In doing so
    • you will feel inwardly that his etheric plant-body draws you
    • look at the etheric body of a man, it has weight, even for the
    • this point you come to realize that the etheric body of man, for
    • body is heavy; this force transfers itself to the soul: the soul lives
    • is crippled because the will is not in your own body, and does not
    • the body. This combined life with the soul produces in earthly man the
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • every time he sleeps, his ego and his astral body are outside his
    • physical and etheric body: he abandons, so to speak, his physical and
    • body as physical unless we could somehow put it to the proof by means
    • up, his ego and his astral body are in a different condition. Then the
    • measured. As an ego and an astral body one could not use a measuring
    • He who now becomes conscious in the ego and the astral body, outside
    • astral body, you also get to the point of ascertaining something like
    • returns again to himself, his ego and his astral body keep as it were
    • sound-colour world, it means we are still half outside our body. If we
    • it — through the help of our physical body — as we behave
    • outside our physical body or half bound to it, when we dream. There is
    • body. This generation will long ponder what “chaos” meant in
    • of the world is seen with the physical body still, but already also
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • ideas and embody them in paint, only he is not in the position in
    • even if here and there somebody believes he understands it. For our
    • astral body (as we do with the ego) and there flows into this astral
    • body whatever forces there are in the group-souls of animals. It is
    • as a higher, ghostly being. If they regard their own body as
    • into animals because of their peculiar connection between astral body
    • expressed itself again outwardly in certain parts of his body. Man had
    • to lose this immersion of his body in this flowing colour-sea during
    • body were formed during the epochs of Saturn, Sun and Moon
    • to spiritualize the astral body again, to permeate it with what the
    • astral body and thus finding the way back again, man must once more
    • from his own body. By day the blue half flows stronger than the red,
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • cannot find the right way into the physical body. On the other hand if
    • the soul occupies the physical body too markedly in an egoistical way,
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
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    • explanation. Suppose you are fond of somebody, you find his presence
    • can learn from man himself. Your ego and your astral body have not
    • require life. Life begins only with your etheric body; and this is

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