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Facsímil de la edición de México, La exposición más completa sobre el sistema de Gurdjieff, realizada por Ouspensky, el más importante. Of An Unknown Teaching: En Busca De Lo Milagroso/in Search Of que cuenta los años que Ouspensky pasó trabajando con Gurdjieff. Of An Unknown Teaching: En Busca De Lo Milagroso/in Search Of The Miracle (A lo largo de todo el texto de esta obra se hace referencia a Gurdjieff con la.

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This in many ways a milayroso book. How does he know this stuff? Ecco, cose del genere proprio non le capisco. Accordingly, if you are not sure whether material infringes your copyright, we suggest that you first contact an attorney. Return to Book Page. Is this an easy read? A must for anyone even remotely interested in the Fourth Way.

This book is a good introduction to Gurdjieff’s teachings, presented in a clear buusca understandable way by the author, who was a student of Gurdjieff himself from to It stands in great contrast to Gurdjieff’s own Beelzebub’s Tales.

The core of the “work” is a powerful methodology, but no more so than, say, vipassana, zen, dzogchen or other solid, me Having read just about everything written by or about Gurdjieff, Ouspensky, Collin, Orage, Nicoll, and countless disciples, spin-offs, Sufis, etc. Credit offered by NewDay Ltd, over 18s only, subject to status. Gurdjieff was a practical man, likely a Sufi master. Want to Read saving….


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If you use a digital signature, your signature must exactly match the First and Last names that you specified earlier in this form. Interspersed with this are some interesting personal observations of how Gurdjieff conducted his practice and any special effects of the teachings that the student Ouspensky experienced which is very little.

Thank you for your interest in helping us moderate questionable content on Lulu. Set against World War I and the coming of the bolsheviks this book reads as a wonderful tale of history in turmoil and intense personal discovery.

Your notification has been sent Lulu Staff has been notified of a possible violation of the terms of our Membership Agreement. As for Gurdjieff’s Fourth Way, while I have sympathy for the spiritual seeking of something further, not too unlike religion, the teachings are vague, fantastic, contradictory, beguiling, and unlikely to be any more positive than many ‘unbelievers’ or non-practitioners in practice.

At every turn it was disappointing.

In Search of the Miraculous: Fragments of an Unknown Teaching

The first half of this book is very readable, straightforward, engaging and practical. While lecturing in London inhe announced that he would continue independently the way he had begun in To ask other readers questions about In Search of the Miraculousplease sign up. It’s extremely complex, involves some degree of calculation, and is apparently very well thought-out with some underlying order in mind. I cannot tell you more than has been said already, except that it has blown my mind.


Some paragraphs were interesting, but the rest became a diagonal read. This latter property is not what most people mean when they use this word.

Own a copy – begs multiple reads. Jun 06, Tine!

In Search of the Miraculous: Fragments of an Unknown Teaching by P.D. Ouspensky

An excellent introduction to the teachings of G. It seems he was some of both and Ouspensky broke with him in the end.

There is also a book by the same name which is quite dense and dry, though also interesting. All required fields must sn filled out for us to be able to process your form. This book is a treasure trove for anyone wishing to know more about the Gurdjieff work.

Alcune parti sono scorrevoli e ho letto volentieri dell’incontro tra Gurdjieff e Ouspensky e di alcune parti dell’insegnamento. But the book becomes more and more obtuse and really goes downhill after Ouspensky introduces this strange pretend chemistry that’s way too precise and detailed to not be taken literally. It talks about ‘hydrogens’ and has the airs of an actual science, but is totally void of empirical justification. And it is exactly as it should be for the earth’s requirements at the present time.