Posts Categorized: Gurdjieff

“I ask you to believe nothing you cannot verify for yourself” – G. I. Gurdjieff

Posted by & filed under Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson, enneagram, faith hope love, Gurdjieff, In Search of the Miraculous, Jacob Needleman, Meetings With Remarkable Men, Views from the Real World.

G.I. Gurdjieff was born in Alexandropol, close to the frontiers of Russia and Turkey, circa 1866. Finding that neither science nor religion answered his questions about the meaning of man’s life, he became convinced that an ancient knowledge must exist and could still be found on Earth. After twenty years of search in remote parts…
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Tomorrow Begins a Series of Guest Blogs: A Dedication

Posted by & filed under Guest Blogs, Gurdjieff, interfaith, Jala ad-Din Rumi, Jung, Richard Trapnell, Shamanism, Surobindo, Unity, World Religions, World traditions.

Tomorrow, August 8th, we begin a series of Guest Blogs on Religious and Spiritual Traditions from around the world, with an emphasis on Unity and Friendship amongst different peoples and different faiths. The first post discusses the mystical Sufi poet Rumi. Subsequent posts cover such topics as Buddhism, Islam, the Kabbalah, Jung, Sri Aurobindo, Esoteric Christianity,…
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