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In Search of the Miraculous: The Definitive Exploration of G. I. Gurdjieff's Mystical Thought and Universal View (Harvest Book)

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Even groups that are not necessarily exploitative or fraudulent tend to attract people who especially like the idea of being "esoteric," to use a term Ouspensky used, but which was far more appropriate eighty years ago than it is today. In 1890, he studied at the Second Moscow Gymnasium, a government school attended by boys aged 10 to 18. Gurdjieff groups, but decades of hard-won experience allows me to say that the Gurdjieff tradition is peculiar in attracting power-hungry charlatans who exploit the "rascal sage" idea to gather suckers around themselves. although it was crammed with interesting facts, it was written more like a text book manual and did not contain enough personal aspects of his journey - it was like one barrage of facts after another.

The grouping of devotional rituals performed during the pilgrimage and at the destination place is presented. He transports readers from freezing Arctic wastes to twilit ocean depths to burning jungles, where the race is on to find new medicines for intractable diseases like AIDS, cancer, and diabetes. Man’s confusion, his lack of unity, his unnecessary suffering, his immorality—in fact everything that characterizes the sorrow of the human condition—come about because these centers of perception are wrongly related, wrongly functioning, and because man does not see or care to know this about himself.

New York: Knopf, 1931; London: Routledge, 1931; 2nd revised edition, London: Routledge, 1934; New York: Knopf, 1934. To those interested in esoteric traditions, this book should be considered an account of one man's crash course in the teachings that underlie the others.

Yet it is a miracle that I’m able to drive, to type, to enjoy my new intimate relationship with my heating pad.

It takes gratitude to see all the right that did happen instead of all of the “what-if’s” that could have happened. K. (aka Kailasa Candra dasa): Buddhi-yoga and System Ouspensky: A Commentary on His Essential Teachings. In short, the evolution of man is neither the mechanical, biological process of modern science, nor the social or planetary phenomenon of the contemporary “Aquarians. He immediately joins Gurdjieff's esoteric school, and begins learning a certain system of self-development which originated in the East, allegedly during the most remote antiquity, possibly millennia before recorded history.

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