"For that is where the trouble lies: what we didn't have the courage enough to look for inside, we have thought we could find outside," states journalist, photographer, and sculptor Henri Tracol in this collection of essays, articles, lectures, and interviews. Asking the right questions is essential to all spiritual journeys. Tracol, an avowed enemy of small-mindedness, was a follower of G.I. Gurdjieff for ten years and is currently the head of an institute in his honor in France. In this paperback, he discusses his philosophy of awakening to oneself.
The Taste for Things That Are True Essays and Talks by a Pupil of G. I. Gurdjieff
States that asking the right questions is the right path to true self-knowledge.