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A native of France, Henri Tracol met Gurdjieff in 1938. He worked as a journalist, photographer, sculptor, and was at one time employed by the Musée de l’Homme in Paris. He visited London and the US frequently and served as President of the Gurdjieff Institute in Paris.
Tracol characterizes what is essential in the Gurdjieff teaching as a call to place myself interiorly in relation to what presents itself from the outside. He emphasizes that this teaching guards against dependence on credulity, dogma and subjectivity.
It was Henri Tracol’s very great wish that the study of other traditions be kept alive in England and in other centers of Gurdjieff’s teaching. Thanks to his influence several study groups are still engaged in this work.
“Attention creates the power of relation. I relate myself to the world, to others, to the work, and to my manifestations, through attention. I relate myself to myself through my attention.”
Rich in content and elegantly presented, this French website describes the current and past work of the Study and Research Center that Henri Tracol created in Gordes in 1964.
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