The Gurdjieff Journal

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The Gurdjieff Journal™ - Issue #26

Jane Heap in London

During the German bombing and V-2 rocket attacks on Britain, Jane Heap continued to hold meetings and even Work weekends. Annie Lou Staveley, one of her earliest students, describes a Work weekend held at Mrs. Staveley's home.


Voices in the Dark

William Patrick Patterson speaks about how the book came to be written, the transcripts of the Gurdjieff wartime meetings, and the influence of the pseudo-occult on the war.

Book Review:

P.D. Ouspensky:
Pioneer of the Fourth Way

by Bob Hunter

Author Bob Hunter's biography, P.D. Ouspensky: Pioneer of the Fourth Way, shows Ouspensky's largely unknown emotional side, yet leaves some relevant aspects of Ouspensky's life uninvestigated.

Film Review:

"Knowledge, Not Faith!"

Directed by Liv Ullmann, Ingmar Bergman's script for Faithless demonstrates what Gurdjieff means when he says we all live under the general law of sex.

First Person:

Telltale Posture
& Moment of Choice

Caught between a "yes" and a "no," readers detail how they apply the teaching to familiar life situations.


Hidden Aspects of Kundabuffer

An impromptu talk at a Day of Exploration probes the differences between worry and concern, like and dislike, and the use and misuse of imagination.

Tom Forman:
The Man Who
Saved the Music

A remembrance by one of his students.

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