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Why Ouspensky Left Gurdjieff
Part III

Ouspensky leaves Constantinople for London and Gurdjieff's attempts to open his Institute in Germany and London fail. He finally establishes his Institute in France.

Interview with
Joyce Collin-Smith
Part I

Author, journalist and astrologer, Joyce Collin-Smith recounts her experiences with her first mentor, Rodney Collin-Smith, the Gurdjieff Work and the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.

Working in the World:

Vibrations: Human & Canine

Self-remembering feeds our chief human function and, in time, raises our vibration.

Kundabuffer and the Personal Self
by Don Hoyt

Exploring the unspoken assumptions of the Personal Self.

Book Reviews:

Luba Gurdjieff: A Memoir with Recipes &
Diary of Madame Egout Pour Sweet by Rina Hands

Having grown up in the Work, Luba Gurdjieff recounts her memories of Uncle George, life at the Prieuré and what it taught her. In Diary of Madame Egout Pour Sweet, Rina Hands writes of her experiences at Gurdjieff's dinners in the last year of his life where she was initiated into "The Science of Idiots."



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