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The Gurdjieff Journal™ - Issue #40

Gurdjieff & The New Age
Part II:
New 'Gods' in America

Ram Dass, Castaneda, Werner Erhard, ösel Tendzin and Richard Baker-roshi were the mega stars of the New Age movement in the 1970s. How each handled and was ultimately seduced by power is a cautionary tale for all seekers.

How Others Have Seen
Mr. Gurdjieff
Part I

Listed in chronological order from circa 1890 until 1924 are all the different ways that others saw and reacted to Gurdjieff.

Probe:

Judas' 'Betrayal'

Gurdjieff first spoke about the esoteric meaning of Judas' act in St. Petersburg in 1916 and later wrote about it in All & Everything. Now in 2006 comes the discovery of The Gospel of Judas. Said Gurdjieff, "I do not often pray to God. I do not wish to disturb His Endlessness. But when I am drunk I pray to Judas. And I am almost always drunk."

Book Review:

Reflections from the Shining Brow: My Years with Frank Lloyd Wright and Olgivanna Lazovich
by Kamal Amin

Arriving in 1951, Egyptian architect Kamal Amin spent 26 years at the Taliesin Fellowship. He gives a rare inside look at the relationship between Olgivanna and her famous husband and how she developed the Fellowship into a Fourth Way school.

Fourth Way Meetings

Negativity, Separation, Blame and Difficulty of Self-Remembering are some of the student queries explored.



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