Entretiens 1958, Vol. 9 – 26.2.1958

Entretiens 1958, Vol. 9 - 26.2.1958


If one goes sufficiently deep into mental human knowledge, one realizes that all this knowledge as we have it externally in the mental consciousness is scarcely anything more than a fairly complicated language making it possible for us to understand each other but corresponding only quite remotely to the truth of things • There is a direct approach through identity which is much more effective and so to say puts your finger on the key of the whole machinery of things, a direct key that needs no complicated knowledge for expression – something that corresponds to the movements of consciousness and will which do not need all the mental complications to express themselves. Then, the universal reality in all its completeness becomes a symbol and can be directly perceived in its essence.

Original recording in French language.
Music by Michel Montecrossa: ‘The Inner World’


  1. 26.2.1958
  2. The Inner World
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