Entretiens 1958, Vol. 16 – 9.4.1958

Entretiens 1958, Vol. 15 - 9.4.1958


To perceive the soul in a person, generally the mind must be very quiet— very quiet, for when it is active it is its vibrations which are seen, not the vibration of the soul • And then, when you look at someone who is conscious of his soul, and lives in his soul, if you look the impression you have is of descending, entering deep, deep, deep into the person, far, far, far, far within • In order to find the soul one must go in this way (gesture of plunging deep), like this, draw back from the surface, withdraw deep within and enter, enter, enter, go down, down, down into a very deep hole, silent, immobile, and then there, there’s a kind of… Something warm, quiet, rich in substance and very still, and very full, like a sweetness —that is the soul • And if one is insistent and is oneself conscious, then there is created a kind of plenitude which gives the feeling of something complete that holds unfathomable depths in which should one enter one feels that many secrets would be revealed… Like the reflection in very peaceful waters of something that is eternal. And one no longer feels limited by time • One has the feeling of having always been and of being for eternity • That is when one has touched the core of the soul

Original recording in French language.
Music by Michel Montecrossa: ‘Soulworld Overture #2′


  1. 9.4.1958
  2. Soulworld Overture #2
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