Entretiens 1958, Vol. 43 – 5.11.1958

Entretiens 1958, Vol. 43 - 5.11.1958


From the point of view of individual development and for those who are still at the beginning of the road, to know how to remain silent before what one does not understand is one of the things which would help most in the progress • To learn to be quiet and silent … When you have a problem to solve, instead of turning over in your head all the possibilities, all the consequences, all the possible things one must do or not do, if you remain quiet with an aspiration for good will, if possible, a need for good will, very quickly the solution comes • And as you are silent you are able to hear it • When you are caught in a difficulty, try this method: instead of becoming agitated, turning over all the ideas, actively seeking solutions, worrying, fretting, running hither and thither within your head – remain quiet • And according to your nature, ardently or peacefully, with intensity or a widening or all these together, implore the Light and await its coming • The road will thus be considerably shortened

Original recording in French language.
Music by Michel Montecrossa: ‘Manifestation’


  1. 5.11.1958
  2. Manifestation
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