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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • to make the red figures like lightning, they must be moving.
    • meadow; it remains as it is, not the slightest tint is altered.
    • proceed first of all to the light colours; we shall, however, progress
    • the light, if we simply throw light upon it, we feel that it has a
    • certain relationship to light. At first this remains a feeling. It
    • light — has the peculiarity that of itself it does not appear to us
    • us represents light, does not appear to us directly on objects. Later
    • that we are led by white first of all to light as such. In order fully
    • with light as such. In short, if we raise the whole consideration into
    • feeling, we shall find the inner connection between white and light.
    • If we reflect upon light itself, and are not tempted to cling to the
    • Between white, which appears as colour, and light there must be a
    • We know of light as such, not in the same way as other colours. Do we
    • really perceive light? We should not perceive colours at all if we were
    • not in an illuminated space. Light makes colours perceptible to us, but
    • we cannot say we perceive light just as we do colours. Light is indeed,
    • light to make the colours perceptible. We do not see light as we see
    • red, yellow, blue, etc. Light is everywhere where it is bright, but we
    • do not see it. Light must be fixed to something if we are to perceive
    • objects; but we cannot say that light belongs to something, it is
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  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • flows together, to make a piled-up wave, as it were, round a lighter
    • the spiritual, to the light of the spirit in yellow; but they wanted
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
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    • sunlight. Just consider how plants, if they cannot hold up their
    • flowers to the sunlight, in fact hide themselves, curl up, etc. And we
    • produce that in plant-nature which sunlight as it were metamorphoses,
    • sun. This it does by pointing to the properties of moonlight as
    • opposed to sunlight, and above all, by pointing out how moon-light
    • Sunlight shines; moonlight is the pictorial image of sunlight. Thus
    • you find again the image (or shadow, Ed.) of light, colour as the image
    • of light, in the green of plants. And you have in the plant through
    • yellowish-white light, and only then you get in the right manner what
    • always bear in mind that a certain source of light, a dull source of
    • light lies in the things themselves. He must so to speak think of his
    • on his surface the glow of the light which he has to paint on it. If
    • lights from within.
    • colour the character of reflecting light; otherwise we are not
    • which is not covered with paint so as to have this inward light is, as
    • surface, for then we shall never be able to evoke the inner light in
    • light by using vegetable colours which can most easily be made to
    • inner light which we attempt to conjure up when we want to paint a
    • necessary, as in the act of giving light from inside. Now, how does a
    • mineral proceed to give light inwardly? If we have the coloured
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  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
    • Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
    • forth light.
    • experience is exactly the same as one has in regard to light in the
    • certain experience in connection with external light. He has the same
    • seen as light, or better, experienced as light. Being thinking men, we
    • live in light. We see the external light with physical senses; the
    • light which becomes thought we do not see, because we live in it,
    • see the thought-element as light. So that in speaking of the whole
    • world, we may say: We have the light in us; only it does not appear to
    • us as light because we live within it, and because while we use the
    • light, while we have it, it becomes thought within us. You control the
    • light, as it were, you take up the light in yourself which otherwise
    • This is precisely your thinking, it is a working in light. You are a
    • light-being. You do not know it, because you live within the light.
    • But your thinking which you unfold, is living in the light. And I you
    • look at thought from the outside, you see, altogether, light.
    • light — by day of course; but in reality you are looking at this
    • development. Seen from outside, it has light. In the Universe we have
    • light which is seen by the senses. If we come out of the Universe, and
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  • Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
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    • The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
    • light-phenomena, that we therefore see in the outer world everything
    • which is apparent to us through what we call light. I pointed out to
    • surrounds us in the form of light: world-thoughts which one in the
    • meet these thoughts as light today, they are, as it were, the corpses
    • of thought, world-though that is dying. This meets us as light. You
    • from outside as their light-aura, that appears in the realities of
    • light. So that in the realities of light we have to see dying
    • light-realities, and opposite to the light there lives in the darkness
    • therefore, we see on one side the light-world, if I may so call it;
    • but we should not see this light-world, which was after all always
    • a clash of darkness and light, so our own inner selves, in so far as
    • they expand in space, can be regarded as light and darkness. Except
    • that for our own consciousness light is thought, imagination; the
    • former moral events, where light is “the dying world of
    • barren, abstract creatures, as the physicists do, and analyze light
    • light” does not refer only to what is apparent to the eye,
    • ourselves: there the light and the sounds are the last presentation of
    • literally surround us as spirits of light.
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  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • really only a slight jump from dreaming to living in beauty. And only
    • product of gold, which lives everywhere in light, and which streams in
    • representation. Light quivers through the universe, and the light
    • carries gold. Everywhere in light there is gold. Gold lives and moves
    • in light. And when man lives on earth — you know already that it
    • eaten, but these old teachers knew that the heart is built of light's
    • gold weaving in the light to build up the heart out of the whole
    • Cimabue, can remain Art only so long as the light of beauty streams
    • still sensed something of the gold weaving in the light, and at least
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • slightly above or below it; one feels how living the colour itself
    • modern Art: air and water and light, as they are painted today are
    • by the spiritual light which can illuminate in the human heart. And if
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • be closely related to light. If we awake at night in darkness we feel
    • our ego. For this we need light between us and other objects. We need
    • light between ourselves and the wall so that the wall can have its
    • effect on us from the distance. Our ego-feeling lights up in us if we
    • wake up in light. In the darkness we feel ourselves strange in the
    • I say, light: but I could also take other sense-perceptions. And you
    • never sees light. But it is not a question of seeing light directly,
    • light. And the limitation of ego-energy which is present in the blind,
    • is there because of the absence of light.
    • Whiteness is related to light. If we feel whiteness in this way, as we
    • colour and light, when we experience green as the lifeless image of
    • present themselves also through light and colour, as I have just
    • presses on one as light and colour; one becomes a painter. The source
    • reproduce in colour and light, the reflections of life and death,
    • four colours always contain something of shadow. White is the lightest
    • shadow, for it is shadowed light. Black is the darkest. Green and
    • the middle and lighter towards the edge. The colour itself demands it,
    • in any other colour, but in a yellow, lighter at the edges. It will not
    • from reason and understanding, by the light of which one can in no
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
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    • completely purified element in the consciousness, full of light, so
    • that thought becomes directly light, and illumines everything; and the
    • element of light. The Saturnian element is dark, but warm, and within
    • the dark and gloomy world of the Saturnian existence arises light,
    • This is the case because the entry of the Second Hierarchy represents an inward illumination, which is connected with a densification of warmth. Air comes forth from the pure warmth-element, and in the revelation of the light we have the entry of the Second Hierarchy.
    • But you must get this clear: Actually Beings press in. Light is
    • present for a Being with the necessary powers of perception. Light is
    • circumstances when light appears somewhere, there also appears shadow,
    • Second Hierarchy in the form of light. What was this shadow? The air.
    • point of view air is the shadow of the light. So that with the entry
    • fact the entry of light, and its shadow, air. And where that happens
    • entered and found an element of light, or rather, a place of light. In
    • this place it felt, by reason of its sensitiveness to light, the urge
    • towards and desire for darkness. The Angel-Being carried the light
    • light. These Beings became the intermediaries, the messengers between
    • light and darkness.
    • The result was that what formerly shone only in light, an trailed
    • in all colours, that light appeared in darkness, and darkness in light.
    • light and darkness.
    • colour was a combined effect of Light and Darkness. But this spiritual
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