From these talks an overriding impression remains of Bennett's certainty and authority in domains ordinarily supposed impenetrable. Some talks emphasize the converse: how little is really known. Some are experimental essays at communicating principles and methods of work involved in human transformation; others are near perfect five-finger exercises in creative thinking upon some well chosen theme. The arguments are clear, their reasoning cogent. Often it is obvious that Bennett is speaking directly from his own hard earned experience: he knows the pitfalls nearly everyone inevitably encounters and how to avoid or survive them and, eventually, transcend them.
Ken Pledge. Editor.
These talks were given at a particularly creative period of Bennett's life, when he returned to the practice of techniques he had derived from Gurdjieff and was still strongly influenced by his experience of Subud in the preceding half-dozen years.
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