THE EXPERIENCE OF LAWS IN AN EVENT
1974-11-17 ~ Lecture
J.G. Bennett Appendix 1 (At the international Academy for Continuous Education at Sherborne House in England, men and women came for ten months to learn how to work on themselves. From time to time everyone taking part in one of these courses would work together at a practical task. These events were called ”special exercises”, not because the tasks were in any way unusual, but because the aim was to organize them not from outside through instructions and leaders, but from inside through a sharing of a common vision. They provide much material for understanding. In this example, the task was in the garden and what was drawn out of it was how the workings of the law of three could be seen in such an event. In what follows, the “we” are those who participated in the event and the reader must suppose himself or herself to be within the group).