The Gurdjieff Journal

Back Issue - #26 Volume 7 Issue 2

The Gurdjieff Journal™ - Issue #26

Jane Heap in London
1940–1945

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.

Interview:

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.

Probe:

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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