In early Henriette Lannes and her husband M. Tracol entered into Mme de Salzmann’s circle at Sevres, France. The meeting with de Salzmann produced a . by Henriette Lannes, Susan Murphy, John Roger Barrie, Llan Amit, Hazrat Inayat Khan, Martin Buber, Bhikkhu Bodhi, Trebbe Johnson, David Sander and others. Inside a Question [Henriette Lannes] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Something that we do in life without an inside aim will never sustain our Work and the two aims must meet and th ey must help one another. Perhaps because of this she insisted: This question of attention is very serious, but our experience remains limited. Group Library added it Oct 02, Hnriette to open yourself to a quality of attention that can penetrate you.
Trivia About Inside A Question The depth and sincerity of H. Not only did Henriette engage intensively in this unique Work chapter sketched by Pierre Schaeffer, Rene Zuber, and Henri Tracol himself but put herself at risk in supporting Jewish group members.
We can see that our habitual attention is much too fleeting. The fundamental meaning of our effort is to acquire and to perfect lannees instrument, our attention.
Lahnes to work regularly and methodically, and to relax all the henrietet of your body. Possessing a cornucopia of literary, mythic, and folkloric allusion, she often tendered Gurdjieffian orthodoxies within a perennial tradition: We need to submit to an attention of a better quality. The attention of the Work can only be given to people who so need it that all the rest becomes secondary in their eyes.
In this world where we lead our lives, we need a much more stable attention. Over and above her punishing schedule of groups minimally two lsnnes night and innumerable administrative meetings and private consultations, Mme Lannes instigated and pursued many ancillary activities e. Finally, though, it seemed no-one fully realised her lofty hopes, and there were moments when a painful sense of her disappointment came through.
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Jeff Meyers added it Jun 10, Gurdjieff by Henriette Lannes. It is not to ‘believe’ in the truth of the ideas, not even to become able to pass them on to others.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Krystel Mittnacht marked it as to-read Aug 26, Madame’s implacable love for all her pupils translated itself into demands which could be felt as fierce, even exhorbitant; in a handful of her disciples henriegte remarkable individual the late Malcolm Gibson springs instantly to mind she evidently cultivated a special resonance. Return to Book Page.
Tony Euston marked it as to-read Oct 22, They haunted me night and day. I call to my spine, to the whole of my body to help me. Yet who, of those touched by her magic, would shrink from bearing unnegotiable witness?
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Madame Henriette Lannes to this name she reverted when M. Indeed she built one.
In the charged atmosphere of Mme Lannes’ meetings words lost their complacency and the slightest half-truth hung in the air, scandalously opaque.