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  • Title: Colour: Part One: Colour-Experience (Erlebnis)
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    • her open secret feels an irresistible longing for her most worthy
    • subjective impressions. For a long time it has been the custom — we
    • meadow. That does not last long, for the blue figures deaden the green
    • the figures stay there long we can no longer picture them at all; we
    • our idea is that greenness belongs to them, that it is something
    • longer doubt; so we can very easily identify white with brightness,
    • objects; but we cannot say that light belongs to something, it is
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Luminous and Pictorial Nature of Colours
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    • longing o the soul in face of colours. And these are fulfilled; that
    • already have, and red, which belongs to those colours which we have not
    • interplay. Let us run along the scale. You will see that starting with
  • Title: Colour: Part One: The Phenomenon of Colour in Material Nature
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    • can no longer be exposed to the equivalent of lunar forces on the
    • which surround the earth and belong to its planetary system, were, as
    • all theoretic studies on colour and what belongs to it, with which one
    • pot. But if the physicist comes along then and draws his lines on the
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Thought and Will as Light and Darkness
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    • limbs we now have, with everything belonging to them, will be
    • longer merely in its abstractness, but as light, that we regard the
    • will no longer merely in its abstractness, but as darkness, in its
    • purely abstract to the concrete. We are no longer such dried-up,
    • are no longer such prejudiced people as to have only pleasure in
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: The Connection of the Natural with the Moral-Psychical. Living in Light and Weight.
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    • what in long ages past beings formulated in their souls: we have to
    • he has lived long enough without weight, he gets again a strong
    • longing to feel weight around him, and he returns once more to
    • of this — in which this hunger for weight no longer exists, man
    • a new longing for weight and he begins his path over again, back to a
    • hunger for weight. This is man's longing to return to a new
    • according to his passage through his stellar sphere, his longing for
    • were, a certain weight which is the object of man's longing, but also
    • one in saying this: Man while returning to earth longs once more to
    • joyful to the longing for the earth's weight. Thus the longing takes
    • joyfully longing for the earth's weight, so that he may use forcefully
    • possessing in its subconscious depths the impulse clearly to long for
    • the joyful longing is expressed with intensity. Man passes also
    • through the sphere of Venus. With this joy and strength and longing is
    • after a long time returns. In the case of many comets that is not
  • Title: Colour: Part Two: Dimension, Number and Weight
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    • our own astral bodies and our ego belong to the outer world. And here
    • recognizing such physical things as belonging certainly to the outer
    • And then, when sight and hearing out there are no longer a mere
    • living in dream become forces of memory. Then we no longer
    • one has no longer the feeling that it is the same as dreaming, that it
    • body. This generation will long ponder what “chaos” meant in
    • world-philosophy no longer existed among mankind. If one had wanted to
    • tradition was no longer alive inwardly in the soul. Now one must take
    • the physical man, now one has no longer the universe. One can paint no
    • longer out of the gold; one is compelled to paint from the flesh.
    • But Icons are no longer paintable at all, because man does not
    • Cimabue, can remain Art only so long as the light of beauty streams
    • blow it up into space, because we cannot endure any longer on it; and
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Creative World of Colour
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    • look into his soul, and at an artistic longing there, we can in a way
    • content of what he purposed to create. It was not long before the
    • perhaps even with a kind of longing.
    • belong only to the form, the colour which you apportion to the single
    • must flee from the red and follow the blue with longing. And when you
    • also the onslaughts and longings superimposed on each other as in a
    • belongs not merely to the form, but also to the forces and weaving
    • longing could be expressed in the blue colour. Man would have to
    • of his longing, which is ever permeated by that which rises upwards
    • bottom of elemental life; it has studied Nature long enough, and tried
    • long enough to solve all kinds of enigmas in Nature, and to reproduce
    • in colour as the living organ of the spiritual world. As long as we
    • allegories, as long as we represent myths and sagas allegorically and
    • it; as long as it was only spiritually there, the world could see
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Artistic and Moral Experience
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    • as we long to experience in space. Then we shall feel the need of
    • of what those beings have felt who specially belong to our earth, and
    • We feel then the longing to understand the inner side of things and to
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: Colours as Revelations of the Psychic in the World
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    • vibrations in the plant as the physicists do. After all, we no longer
    • point of feeling oneself driven no longer to speak in words, no longer
    • to think in ideas, and no longer even to create forms, but to
    • the natural element in painting. For the surface belongs also to the
  • Title: Colour: Part Three: The Hierarchies and the Nature of the Rainbow
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    • acquire something, our longing to have something.
    • existence, in that stage of evolution which belongs to our earth. The
    • with the elements of Nature. People are no longer interested that
    • atoms, we are doing it all the more. For it will be a long time before

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