(KINDLE) [Gurdjieff A Beginner's Guide How Changing the Way We React to Losing Our Keys Can transform Our Lives] BY Gil Friedman
Your inner self this is a great book in which to start your journey Very concise and brilliantly easy to read 5123Brilliance of the ideas5Organization of the thinking1How can we think and and productively discuss transformation TRANSFORMATION other than the exact nature of the Boson particle is there a ey topicSome great thoughts are a start But it seems impossible to move past esoteric cult without internal derivation of concepts and external links to parallel work Multiple identities clearly maps to splitting I apologize I am sure this is above Friedman s pay grade The ideas are remarkable I hope that effective integration and INCORPORATION EMERGES GOOD FOR WHAT IT emerges Good for what it a superficial introduction familiarization of Gurdjieff How we think about the things that occur in our lives is our decision Simplistically Gurdjieff like many others before him suggests that we can choose how to interpret different events in our lives and by doing so change our own "lives For example if the sewer backs up and wrecks the carpet you "For example if the sewer backs up and wrecks the carpet you moan and groan and cry Why me OR you can see it "as a definitive reason to get rid of the old carpet that you hated anyway and "a definitive reason to get rid of the old carpet that you hated anyway and looking for new flooring One way makes you a victim the other makes you a winner Which do you want to be It IS your choic. Reading and left wondering It is not until I read your book that Gurdjieff's philosophy emerged to the light and resonated deeply within me Trying to describe your book to a friend I mentioned that the gift I saw in you was your ability to unearth the precious nuggets of Gurdjieff's philosophy and process and to bring them to the light in a way that is accessible to the house eepe.
Gil Friedman ê 4 charactersOok widely for beginners to get a good and simple introduction to some of the core concepts of the Work When I grew up my parents would occasionally go to Gurdjieff group meetings We weren t a religious family so that was the closest we came Although I was hanging out with the ids rather than participating I always wondered what was going on and meant to read about the concept somewhere down the line I decided I thought it s going to be a bit of a reverie on good old Gurdjieff but I doubt how accurate to the original it really is I suppose it s an introduction and maybe I m reading Gurdjieff wrong but I liked it that it s very underdetermined and there is a lot of mysticism in the reading itself and I have to fill the blankets This book here feels "like 7 habits by steve covey and is "7 Habits by Steve Covey and is bit dull albeit it touches on most concepts UsefulPractical information and as far as I can tell thorough I will be referring to this book on freuent occasions Excellent but challenging introduction to the work of Gurdjieff and teaching of Ospensky If you have an interest in understandingand improving self This "is a great place to beginThis is an excellent introduction into the work of Gurdjieff and the "a great place to beginThis is an excellent introduction into the work of Gurdjieff and the of Ouspensky If you have had any curiosity into the study and improvement of.
" Even entertaining No serious student of philosophy or metaphysics should miss this great book The clearest and "Even entertaining No serious student of philosophy or metaphysics should miss this great book The clearest and useful book on the basics I want to express my appreciation for for your Beginner's Guide to Gurdjieff's philosophy Before reading your book I have read several books on Gurdjieff Ouspensky Needleman Waker Gurdjieff and at times got lost in the complexity of what I was. Gil Friedman has made the work real and down to earthGayle has been able to show how living the principles of Gurdjeif can be done on your own WITHOUT BEING IN A LARGE CITY being in a large city a big group He s given a clear path forward for all of us regardless of the situation we may find ourselves in Get to work The line that sticks with me "We re here to change ourselves not to change the world But by doing the first we can t help "re here to change ourselves not to change the world But by doing the first we can t help do the second I was feeling particularly lonely in my pandemic isolation when I was struck with the notion to entertain myself watching Bill Murray clipsI mean if anyone could navigate a pandemic with wit and nonchalance it would be Murraymy second video was a break down of Bill s philosophy and in it the narrator mentioned Gurdjieff and The Fourth Way Here is where I startedwith a beginners guide As a beginners guide it is very simple and accessible which I am being told books by the actual man are hard to follow None of the ideas are newat least as a person who has practiced and read Buddhist Sufi and other esoteric spiritualphiloso Simple
and readable introductionreadable introduction the WorkI thorough enjoyed the content of course and very readable style of this book I have read a couple of other books on the Work and how to startapply it and would recommend this Friedman's book has translated Gurdjieff into ordinary understandable English I would highly recommend this book as a place to start I have than 50 books on Gurdjieff's and Ouspensky's Work on my shelves but this is no doubt the most practical one for beginners Couldn't Put it Down Gil Friedman has done the near impossible rendered Gurdjieff's esoteric philosophy eminently readable. ,