Gurdjieff's Movements: The Pattern of All and Everything
G.I. Gurdjieff (1866?-1949) dedicated his life to the pursuit and teaching of an ancient knowledge about Man and the Universe.
Gurdjieff's Movements is the name given to the collective body of dances ...
Sufism and the Way of Blame: Hidden Sources of a Sacred Psychology
This is a definitive book on the Sufi “way of blame” that addresses the cultural life of Sufism in its entirety. Originating in ninth-century Persia, the “way of blame” (Arab. malamatiyya) is a little-known ...
BEYOND SUFISM - TRAVELS & ESSAYS
A series of travels and essays in modern Sufism and beyond. These essays cover many subjects; modern sufi spirituality, experiences in painting and colour, a history of ...
The Globalization of Hesychasm and the Jesus Prayer:
The meditative prayer practices known as Hesychasm and the Jesus Prayer have played an important role in the history of Eastern Orthodox Christianity. This book explores how these prayer practices have ...
This book holds a treasure of deep insights into the great mystery of breathfrom a spiritual perspective. Inspiring discourses, effective and safe practices and beautiful poetry from various traditions ...
The Holy Trinity and the Law of Three: Discovering the Radical Truth at the Heart of Christianity
Just as she's done in her previous books, Cynthia Bourgeault asks us to take a look at an idea from traditional Christianity—this time the formula of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—as though we're looking ...
The Tantric Path of Indestructible Wakefulness: The Profound Treasury of the Ocean of Dharma, Volume Three
The third volume of this landmark series presents the vajrayana teachings of the tantric path (edited by Judith Lief). The vajrayana, or “diamond vehicle,” also referred to as tantra, draws upon and extends ...
Gurdjieff Internet Guide was started on the 7th of August in 2002 ( which was my 60th birthday), and retired after ten years on the 7th of August 2012, when I became 70 years old. What you experiences on the site is "life after death" of the site, as the number of visitors is not going down, but keeping steadily at the reasonable level of just under 10 000 visits a month. In fact, it is not I, but the visitors, who keep the site going!
Against all odds, it was meant to give an idea of the Gurdjieff Work on the internet focusing on what is happening in it, particularly in our time, and without the hush of a "secret teaching". This has been achieved with interviews, articles, videos, book reviews, event listings, forums and other material related to the teachings of G.I. Gurdjieff.
Amden, Switzerland, 12 January 2015 Reijo Oksanen
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Ten Latest Articles
Azize, Joseph Being Pregnant Mr Adie is speaking: “Not everybody has to wait to become a parent, because we’ve all got this infant inside. If only we, even our tough guys, realised that we have a baby inside us which needs attention: an infant of essence.” Added 12 Jan 2015
Gurdjieff on “Pleasure” Patrick: “Mr Adie, you asked me to report back after what I’d brought last week. I was able to make a slight change in the way I saw this particular man. I made only a small change, but that particular day, for some reason, he gave me a lot to do, mo Added 22 Dec 2014
Jarvis, Jan What We Are Obliged To Do: Thoughts on the Strivings Man has broken the cycle. Although he partakes of the abundance provided by the cyclic transformation and in some instances, enhances it, through good husbandry, more often, he is a drag on the earth, taking more than he provides. Added 4 Feb 2014
Developing Genuine Conscience The aim of our practicum is to explore how we can work practically with the strivings to obtain genuine conscience. Even as we contemplate the intention and meaning of these strivings, we must learn how to practice them in our daily lives. Added 4 Feb 2014
Looker, Azim Gurdjieff, Feeling, Work, Livingness... The Real Gurdjieff Work
G. I Gurdjieff himself is the centre of any consideration of the nature and intent of the "Work" he brought. What is often called “The Work” is frequently an Ouspensky-based rather intellectual pursuit, decorated with diag Added 3 Feb 2014
Turner, Kristina All and Everything Conference 2013 Although our life circumstances may be quite different, in widely diverse parts of the globe, our essential, inner, experience is shared. It is profoundly affirming to be together, even for a few days. Added 18 May 2013
Oksanen, Reijo Ouspensky, Palmer and Father Nikon ..Palmer and further on to Father Nikon of Karoulia. Gerald Palmer was born in 1904 and died in 1984. Apart from having been an MP (Member of the Parliament) and a cricket player, Palmer was one of those who were following the teachings of Ouspensky, Added 9 Apr 2013
The Importance of the Other - Attention is the third force between “me and my donkey”, between the active and the passive; the invisible human element in “us”. It can act as a bridge where these two, the donkey in my possession and me, can meet. This is necessary in order to beco Added 27 Nov 2012
Needleman, Jacob Interview with Jacob Needleman by Kristina Turner April 2012 I feel that aim rising in myself when I see a student actually being touched by; say the vision of a Plato, or the arguments of a Spinoza, or Immanuel Kant, or the Eastern philosophies, or the mystics, like Meister Eckhart. A certain unmistakable lo Added 13 Jun 2012