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Gurdjieff & The New Age
Part IV:
Maharishi's Heaven on Earth

In 1959 a Hindu monk came to America on his world tour to spiritually regenerate the world and create a "Heaven on Earth" through householders' repeating of a single-syllable mantra. He was considered a harmless oddity until he met Dr. Francis Roles, leader of Ouspensky's English line, and later, John Lennon and Mia Farrow.

In Search of the Soul
Part I

Mr. Gurdjieff says man is not born with a soul but must make one. But virtually everyone, save atheists, believes they have one. What do people, ancient and modern, mean when they use the word "soul"?

The Question of Truth

Is it really a question? And don't people mistake their subjective 'truth' for the objective? Can the revealed truth of religion and the rational truth of science ever be united?

How Others Have Seen
Mr. Gurdjieff
Part III

Presented in chronological order from circa 1929 through 1935 are the different ways others saw Gurdjieff. The crucial period in Orage's relationship with Gurdjieff and how his wife, Jessie, viewed the man she called "Allah."

The Redeemed Beelzebub: Pondering Chapter XLVII

The last chapter of Gurdjieff's legominism reveals many insights, such as "differently natured three brained beings."

Film Reviews:

Movies of The New Age

The Peaceful Warrior is not the New Age turkey like the Celestine Prophecy, Da Vinci Code and the remake of The Razor's Edge, but it's still a far cry from Groundhog Day.



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