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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • Let us now take peach-blossom colour. More exactly, let us call it the
    • on we shall consider the kind of colour which we may call the white of
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • Now, as you know, there are other so-called colours, and we have to
    • paler all the time. That is what I might call the secret of yellow.
    • We arrive therefore on all sides at what I might call the feeling or
    • The red I might call the balance between them. We can accept the red
    • character justified. I have called the colours black, white, green and
    • call the colours yellow, red and blue “lusters” — luster
    • always projected pictures, always something shadowy. We can call them
    • have what are modifications of illuminants. Therefore I call them
    • matter — alone call colour. For they know only the colours which are
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
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    • called the luminous nature of colours which we meet in blue, yellow and
    • what I might call certain properties of will, by reason of their being
    • luminous. As you know, one perceives a colour as a so-called colour of
    • apply colour and through its application we try to call forth the
    • Now let us recall how we first got the pictorial character of the
    • fluid. So that what we call plants first appeared during the formation
    • with spiritual sensibility. Then you automatically get what we have
    • luster which works on it cosmically, but already the image as such. In
    • learn to look at it not as a model, naturalistically, but, as is
    • painting gives us organically the impression of the essential, not
    • Recall the scheme which I have given you, in which I said: black is
    • symbolically, that one must unfold the quite inartistic; this colour
    • cannot reproach them, for till now the so-called theories were
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • permeated by what one might call cosmic thought. It is equally
    • metaphorically. How does it become visible? In such a way, dear
    • addresses: If man dives down mystically into his will-nature, then
    • atoms. You find the true nature of matter by diving down mystically
    • I mention this last only to call your attention to the fact that a
    • clairvoyance, they called it Ahura Mazdao, and when they felt the
    • future in the darkening will, they called it Ahriman.
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
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    • reality then would be that which has developed physically out of the
    • rewards good and punishes evil, and so on. However philosophically you
    • which is apparent to us through what we call light. I pointed out to
    • holds today. We know that those spirits which we call the Archai or
    • what psychically and spiritually can be called the will, or
    • therefore, we see on one side the light-world, if I may so call it;
    • will, out of the rest of our organism. For precisely what we call
    • is — I might call it — the cosmic difference between the two?
    • psychically sensitive to darkness in contradistinction to light. This
    • by diving down into our bodies we become inwardly and psychically
    • psychically sensible of weight, of the fact of weight; weight is, as
    • Newton, really things very materialistically; or he imagines some sort
    • are looking at the world physically, and, at the same time, morally.
    • particularly in the so-called exact sciences. Unfortunately this
    • therefore Spiritual Science is called upon to make itself known to
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • If we wish to draw the thing diagrammatically, we could do it like
    • there in space. They are then called rays. But the rays are not there
    • he calls, when awake, the outer world.
    • concept of truth. How? Well, we call it truth when we can correctly
    • want to set him in motion, it would have to be done mechanically;
    • really — so ends this materialistic description pathetically — a
    • This has gone so far that painting has practically reverted to what it
    • and the Madonna and is called upon to discover what pure vibrating
    • ever onwards wherever the summons calls.
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • pronounced what one might call a profound utterance about Goethe. He
    • coloured walls and are ridiculed for what is called the freakishness of
    • represent this plastically in his head, and everything that is
    • An accurate reproduction of this is what we usually call the
    • succeed in bringing into form livingly, artistically, without
    • allegories, as long as we represent myths and sagas allegorically and
    • symbolically, instead of feeling the living breath of the spirit
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Artistic and Moral Experience
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    • also experience how red can express itself plastically in space.
    • artistically, how something appears before our soul when it attempts
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • one's place in what I should like to call an astral apprehension of
    • be understood artistically. Therefore I cannot here point out to you
    • And so one can call the four colours, flesh-colour, and green, black and
    • that we may call red the luster of the living.
    • expressed artistically in colour, then the soul will withdraw itself
    • which has practically died out in our time, but was still to be found
    • artistically for a time, as expressed in space-perspective, we can
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
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    • called the Seraphim those beings who make no differentiation between
    • being feels the warmth psychically, there really is present what you
    • and Thrones. Thus the younger — of course, the cosmically
    • Observe, you have here something as it were historically documented to
    • darkness into light and so called forth the play of colours in the
    • Life, which rounded off, smoothed and shaped the colours, called forth
    • the Second, behind the so-called chemical ether, colour-ether, etc. and

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