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Book 1 Full audio. by: G I Gurdjieff 5 Favorites. DOWNLOAD OPTIONS. download 1 file Audio Books & Poetry. Uploaded by Gurdjieff on November 26, Guide and Index to G.I, GURDJIEFF'SAll and Everything Beelzebub's Tales to his GrandsonTRADITIONAL STUDIES PRESS To. These were always preceded by readings from Beelzebub's Tales to his Downloading for posting on the internet of all or any part for redistribution by an.
Fearlessness towards devils, snakes and mice.
Joy in being content merely with what one has. Sorrow at the loss of the goodwill of others. Patient endurance of pain and hunger.
The striving early to earn one's bread. It is very difficult to explain what takes place in me when I see or hear anything majestic which allows no doubt that it proceeds from the actualization of Our Maker Creator.
Each time, my tears flow of themselves. I weep, that is to say, it weeps in me, not from grief, no, but as if from tenderness. Formerly, it may be said, my whole being was possessed by egoism. All my manifestations and experiencings flowed from my vanity. The meeting with Father Giovanni killed all this, and from then on there gradually arose in me that "something" which has brought the whole of me to the unshakable conviction that, apart from the vanities of life, there exists a "something else" which must be the aim and ideal of every more or less thinking man, and that it is only this something else which may make a man really happy and give him real values, instead of the illusory "goods" with which in ordinary life he is always and in everything full.
Only understanding can lead to being, whereas knowledge is but a passing presence in it.
New knowledge displaces the old and the result is, as it were, a pouring from the empty into the void. All and Everything: Views from the Real World [ edit ] Knowledge can be acquired by a suitable and complete study , no matter what the starting point is. Only one must know how to " learn. Sincerity is the key which will open the door through which you will see your separate parts, and you will see something quite new. You must go on trying to be sincere.
Begin with the study of yourself; remember the saying " Know thyself. If a man reasons and thinks soundly, no matter which path he follows in solving these problems, he must inevitably arrive back at himself, and begin with the solution of the problem of what he is himself and what his place is in the world around him.
For without this knowledge, he will have no focal point in his search. I ask you to believe nothing that you cannot verify for yourself. All religions speak about death during this life on earth. Death must come before rebirth. But what must die? Our egoism must be broken.
We must realize that we are very complicated machines, and so this process of breaking is bound to be a long and difficult task.
Before real growth becomes possible, our personality must die. The power of changing oneself lies not in the mind , but in the body and the feelings. They live for the moment and their memory is short. The mind alone lives for tomorrow. Each has its own merits.
The merit of the mind is that it looks ahead. But it is only the other two that can "do. Each day you put on a mask , and you must take it off little by little. These are the first words of truth — not truth in quotation marks but truth in the real meaning of the word; truth which is not merely theoretical, not simply a word, but truth that can be realized in practice.
The meaning behind these words may be explained as follows: By liberation is meant the liberation which is the aim of all schools , all religions, at all times. This liberation can indeed be very great. All men desire it and strive after it. But it cannot be attained without the first liberation, a lesser liberation. The great liberation is liberation from influences outside us. The lesser liberation is liberation from influences within us. At first, for beginners, this lesser liberation appears to be very great, for a beginner depends very little on external influences.
Only a man who has already become free of inner influences falls under external influences. Inner influences prevent a man from falling under external influences. Maybe it is for the best. Inner influences and inner slavery come from many varied sources and many independent factors — independent in that sometimes it is one thing and sometimes another, for we have many enemies. There are so many of these enemies that life would not be long enough to struggle with each of them and free ourselves from each one separately.
So we must find a method, a line of work, which will enable us simultaneously to destroy the greatest possible number of enemies within us from which these influences come. I said that we have many independent enemies, but the chief and most active are vanity and self-love.
One teaching even calls them representatives and messengers of the devil himself.
For some reason they are also called Mrs. Vanity and Mr. As I have said, there are many enemies. I have mentioned only these two as the most fundamental. At the moment it is hard to enumerate them all. It would be difficult to work on each of them directly and specifically, and it would take too much time since there are so many.
So we have to deal with them indirectly in order to free ourselves from several at once. These representatives of the devil stand unceasingly at the threshold which separates us from the outside, and prevent not only good but also bad external influences from entering. Thus they have a good side as well as a bad side.
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Ouspensky - Notes on the Gospel of St. John P. Ouspensky - A Further Record. Extracts from Meetings P.
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