A lecture by Kevin Langdon, March 20, 1992. In the Fourth Way, one works on the mind, the body, and the feelings simultaneously.
Articles for George Gurdjieff
By James Westly (excerpt from The Work, Chapter One: The Terror of the Situation) George Gurdjieff and Peter Ouspensky left behind them a rich legacy of practical thought.
A conversation with George Gurdjieff about God. G: I have already answered this question when someone asked the same thing. I said:
Excerpt from Gurdjieff: Teacher of Radical Transformation.
The teachings of George Gurdjieff are at the core of all that is most profound in religions, philosophies, and esoteric knowledge.
A lecture by Kevin Langdon, October 15, 1986: The ideas I’ll be presenting tonight are intended for those who have understood that there is something fundamentally wrong with them as they find themselves to be and who feel an urgent need for change.
The Gurdjieff movement deserves renewed attention by sociologists, historians and philosophers of religion who might find
The ever-restless John Bennet scanned the horizon after Gurdjieff’s death in 1949 and independently arrived at certain conclusions while the Paris group settled in to establish its franchise.
by John Shirley: What is love? What is life? What is death? We’re in the midst of life; we’re all going to die; we all have had experience of love, or we think we have.
Constantinople 1920: Gurdjieff said, “Change depends on you, and it will not come about through study. You can know everything and yet remain where you are.”