Steiner talked about rhythm of our days and weeks as being important for growth and developement. He also beilieved that color corresponds with our "feeling" life.
A lovely way to have rhythm in our lives is to observe and perhaps implement a "color of the day" as is done in Waldorf early childhood settings.
The days go like this:
Monday is purple.
Tuesday is red.
Wednesday is yellow.
Thursday is orange.
Friday is green.
Saturday is blue.
Sunday is white.
Here are some of our summer fun with colors photos.
Ideas to do at your home:
What ideas do you have for incorporating color into your days and weeks?
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