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Far from a purely speculative endeavor it should be noted that the actual existence of a geometrical point in physical space has perceptual reality in that bit of matter of which no smaller can be observed. This is one of those books ouspnesky need more than one reading. This very exact, he tell what I say. S I had this book on my shelf for years, and had read about Gurdjieff from other authors, but never from one so close to G. He condemns your life, but he affirms the real life, the eternal life.
In Search of the Miraculous: Fragments of an Unknown Teaching
He soon meets a mysterious man, a certain “G. I read it over a period of 2 or 3 years. Fragments of an Unknown Teachingand this account suggests that Gurdjieff had authorized such an introduction in advance some 30 years earlier. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.
Fragments of an Unknown Teaching
There was a large crowd there: Ouspensky accepts Kant’s doctrine discussed within the first Critique and called Transcendental Aesthetic wherein the idealist philosopher argues that the intuition of both space and time are predicated upon forms particular to our sensibilities and not actual sensual objective existents. He never stopped playing with all the colors of life; that is why fools cry out against him. Different levels of mind are directly associated with different levels of Being and not related to our notions of either genius or idiocy which are but ranges on a continuum within the limits of normal everyday mind.
The only table decoration was a glass filled with tarragon, dill, and spring onions. The following extracts are from that material:. Retrieved from ” https: Like Hesse, Gurdjieff sees man as a plurality, and the singular ‘I’ as an illusion.
Ouspensky Books about spirituality George Gurdjieff. The herbs, along with all kinds of smoked fish, were eaten with the fingers when the Armagnac was poured.
Certainly no other aspect of fragmentw life is so shrouded with mystery and taboo. For Ouspensky, consciousness was an overriding principle of nature and represented a fundamental aspect of Being.
He establishes early on a complete dependence on the will of the teacher, the necessity of sacrifice, payment, obedience, etc.
The most important thing I got from Paris was the idea of sensing your body, and also sitting quietly and sensing your limbs and so on.
A most interestingly-writ biography of not just Gurdjieff and his teachings, but of Ouspensky himself and the unavoidable intertwining of a master and his pupil.
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For if the sexual life of man was limited to only the amount of sexual energy necessary fraggments procreation and sustenance of the species the procreative effect might, ironically, never occur. The man who will very soon be robbing and murdering on this very spot has not yet realized the fact that he can do it now without fear of punishment.
We may make the same experiment with regard to the intuition of objects. Our perception became expanded in an unprecedented manner and, teleologically speaking it is true, a manner unanticipated by our biology.
It’s the single best book on Gurdjieff’s work ever written.
In Search of the Miraculous – Wikipedia
He listened with evident relish, and when I finished he said: The initial fragmfnts from the past is still working, but it cannot be renewed! Jun 06, Tine!
In this book, Ouspensky meets up with Gurdjieff, a self-professed esoteric teacher. Louise March kept a journal during the visit and her recollections were later published by one of her students, from which the following is drawn:.
Throughout the book, Ouspensky never refers to Gurdjieff directly, only using the single initial “G. If alternate life circumstances are even possible it can only occur after the attainment of a level of consciousness which allows an individual to recognize the potential for change inherent within each moment of one’s life.
In Chapter 2 of the Bhaktivedanta translation of Text 12 of the sixth book of the Mahabharata, published as Bhagavad-Gita: