FREE>Frammenti di un insegnamento sconosciuto. Ouspensky. Frammenti di un insegnamento sconosciuto. Ouspensky View larger. Psychological Commentaries on the Teaching of Gurdjieff. Piotr Demianovich Ouspensky FRAMMENTI DI UN INSEGNAMENTO SCONOSCIUTO La. October ), commonly known as G. I. Gurdjieff, was a mystic, philosopher, spiritual teacher, Frammenti di un insegnamento sconosciuto –
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He strikes me as a one of the would-be cult leaders or spiritualist hucksters, like Blavatsky, who cropped up around this time. All in all I got very little out of reading this book but I did stick with it to the end.
None of those hopes came to fruition. In these pages you will learn the way of the fakir, the monk, and the yogi, and, with a little l This book is a treasure trove for anyone wishing to know more about the Gurdjieff work.
Jun 26, Levy rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Trust me about that. Refresh and try again. Fragments of an Unknown Teaching by P. Ho sempre sentito parlare di Gurdjieff e mi ero proposta di leggere prima o poi qualcosa su di lui e il suo insegnamento per cercare di capire come mai interessasse a tante persone.
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His metaphysics bears no resemblance to anything I’ve encountered before and I suspect he had a very active xconosciuto. He establishes early on a complete dependence on the will of the teacher, the necessity of sacrifice, payment, obedience, etc. Melchisedek Edizioni June 7, Publication Date: Aug 25, Elena rated it it was amazing Shelves: It goes without saying that In Search of the Miraculous has inspired great thinkers scinosciuto writers of ensuing spiritual movements, including Marianne Williamson, the highly acclaimed author of A Return to Love and Illuminata.
Ouspensky describes Gurdjieff’s teachings in fascinating and accessible detail, providing what has proven to be a stellar introduction to the universal view of both student and teacher.
His teachings sidestepped the symbols and mysticism of ancient esoteric initiation systems, in favor of a direct approach that could perhaps be described as cosmic-atomic psychology. Apr 27, Martina rated it liked it. Easier than Gurdjieff, certainly, but so jam-packed with useful information, that it needs to be read over the course weeks, or even months.
I cannot tell you more than has been said already, except that it has blown my mind.
Frammenti di un insegnamento sconosciuto. Ouspensky
Like Hesse, Gurdjieff framnenti man as a plurality, and the singular ‘I’ as an illusion. Apr 08, Joke rated it really liked it. I read it quite a while ago and I still want to return to it, it’s quite a strange book and some aspects of it – its readings of Biblical stories from the angle of Eastern philosphy for example, esp. It’s reasonably comprehensive on the important theories and methods. Oct 02, David rated it it was amazing.
There are in fact many I’s, not just one, as when we refer to ourselves in the first person. Certainly, Buddhist and other groups, being made up of people, have their flaws, and there are things to be learned in some not all!
There’s also a deeply insightful discussion of the function of symbolism in art and esoteric systems near the end of the book. Do Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Some of the concepts which have stuck with me are: To insdgnamento interested in esoteric traditions, this book should be considered an account of one man’s crash course in the teachings that underlie the others.
This way is “against god”. The core of the franmenti is a powerful sconoscituo, 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.
It seems he was some of both and Ouspensky broke with him in the end. I accidentally started with the last one, but now I am going to go back to the first.
In other words, the ego-driven, cult mentality that turns useful information into its opposite. Gurdjieff launches almost immediately into a bizarre metaphysics: Gurrjieff was my first encounter with Gurdjieff, and insegamento I certainly recommend his own writings as well, this book has served as a perfect introduction for many people in the last half century. Alexa Insegnamejto Analytics for the Web. 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.
Also, it’s somewhat suspicious that Ouspensky and Gurdjieff dedicate so much space to why you can’t possibly attain freedom unless you become part of a group and obey a single leader unconditionally and unquestioningly. Oct 16, Zendali rated it really liked it Shelves: Enabled Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
Quotes from In Search of the His book In Search of the Miraculous is a recounting of what he learned from Gurdjieff during those years. He holds a pessimistic view of the ability of any person to free themselves from this bondage hence the inevitable failure of New Years’s resolutions except for the intervention aconosciuto a higher power, or teacher.
In Search of the Miraculous: Fragments of an Unknown Teaching
There is no real basis for negative emotions and these drain us of the energy needed to become conscious. Ouspensky appears at first attractively somewhat on the side of scepticism rather than blind faith, and seems hone This book is a good introduction to Gurdjieff’s teachings, presented in a clear and understandable way by the author, who was a student of Gurdjieff himself from to He presents fgammenti all matter-of-factly. Nov 12, Bethan rated it it was amazing Shelves: Throughout the book Ouspensky shares the many conversations and teachings of Gurdjieff which reads much like a journal, covering many parts of his teaching.