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The Gurdjieff Journal - Issue #48

Gurdjieff & The New Age
Part IX:
Franklin Jones & Rudi
Part I

The self-exiled teacher and self-described Avatar of our Age lived among his devotees for some 23 years on his own island in Fiji. His first teacher was Albert Rudolph, aka Rudi, a former Fourth Way student who had "the Force."

In Search of the Soul
Part VII

What is the Hindu view of self and soul?

Politics at the Prieuré
Part I

The story behind why Gurdjieff asked Ouspensky to stop teaching. The part played by Orage and Mrs. Page has been known but not that of Orage's mistress, Mrs. Clifford Sharp, aka Rosamund Bland.

Working in the World:

Machines or Son of God?

Gurdjieff says we are both. How to reconcile the two.


Probe:

Learners of Truth

What can be learned from the passing of a seeker of truth.


Creationism & Gurdjieff
Part II

Comparing the teaching of the Stoics with that of Gurdjieff's.

Experiencing the Labyrinth

An account of walking the labyrinth for the first time.


Book Review:

The Hidden Meanings and Picture-form Language in the Writings of G. I. Gurdjieff
by John Henderson

Self-published author John Henderson thinks he has broken the code to Gurdjieff's writings and anoints as "Patriarchs of the Work" C. S. Nott, A. R. Orage and Frank Pinder.


Film Review:

Revolutionary Road and The Visitor

"Everyone comes to the emptiness of life. It takes real guts to see its hopelessness."


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