Psychological Commentaries on the Teaching of Gurdjieff and Ouspensky
Weiser Books, 1996. aug. 1. - 264 oldal
When Maurice Nicholl was studying in Zurich, he met Jung, and Ouspensky. He went on to study with Gurdjieff, and from 1931 to his death in 1953, he began at Ouspensky's request, a programme of work devoted to passing on the ideas he had received. Reissued in hard cover, these five unedited commentaries are taken from the weekly lectures and talks Nicoll gave to his students in England and which were recorded verbatim; the sixth volume is an index produced by the Gurdjieff society Washington DC. These differ from Nicholl's more polished works - they are more concerned with directly applying certain deep ideas to daily life.
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Great Amwell House 1952
Great Amwell House 1953
Birdlip March 1944 Unknowing
Birdlip April 1945 The Work and External Circumstances
active affection Amwell appear asleep attitude awaken become begin believe body called Centre Christ comes connected consciousness consider continue course difficult direction divisions earth energy esoteric Essence eventually everything example exist experience external False feeling follows force give given gradually grow happen hear higher Higher Centres ideas identified imagine increase influences inner internal keep kind knowledge lead lies light living look lower matter meaning mechanical memory mind necessary negative emotions Neutralizing never notice object observe once one's oneself opposite ourselves outer passive person possible prevent psychological reach realize reason receive regard relation remain remember result seek seen self-love self-observation senses sensual side speak taken teaching things thought told transformation truth turned understand unless whole woman wrong