Articles & Translations
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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.
Review of "From Mesmer to Freud - Magnetic Sleep and the Roots of Psychological Healing" by Adam Crabtree
We know that Gurdjieff gave up hypnotism before starting to teach in Russia and that he practiced a form of healing to prolong the life of his dying wife. There is also a whole chapter in Beelzebub's Tales with the title "Hypnotism".
Review of Harmonic Chant retreat with David Hykes
I begin to learn to listen. I start to distinguish more, to hear not from my habits of unconsciously sorting audible impressions into categories, but to hear with more of me. I listen with all of my body. I hear the hum of the note with my trunk, wit
It's Up to Ourselves by Jessmin and Dushka Howarth--A Review
Dushka Howarth was the daughter of G.I. Gurdjieff and Jessmin Howarth and her book 'It's up to Ourselves' was published in summer 2009. Dushka died on March 28 2010.
Peter Brook's 11 and 12
Peter Brook's new play 11 and 12 is about the Sufi Tierno Bokar and Cherif Hammalah and a dispute that arose in Mali about whether to recite a particular prayer 11 or 12 times.