HEARING THE INNER VOICE – J.G. Bennett
“I tentatively formulated the following criteria for accepting the promptings of the inner voice.” -by J.G. Bennett.
Mr. Bennett’s association with Subud and the practice of the latihan is chronicled in his Autobiography, Witness, and in the introduction to A Spiritual Psychology. The following passage from Witness concerns the point at which he decided to return to Gurdjieff’s teachings and methods of work. Pierre Elliot wrote about Pak Subuh in Impressions, Volume IV, No. 4.
“It also became evident to me that if one is to take the guidance of Conscience seriously, one must be prepared to follow it wherever it may lead. It is not an imperative command, but a ‘still, small voice’ that is easily silenced. It does not strive nor cry, but if we trust it, it begins to trust us and to come more and more into the open -that is into our mental awareness.”
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