Man — A Three-brained Being
The exactitude of the call to “Take the understanding of the East and the knowledge of the West—and then seek” is deeply influencing many of the contemporary generation of students of the Gurdjieff teaching. Dr. Keith Buzzell is one of the pioneers, discovering and sharing the relationship between these two seemingly disparate views of human potential.
Reflections on Gurdjieff’s Whim
$40 • 2012 • Click here to purchase
Gurdjieff presents images of a new creation (an evolutional motion) while he simultaneously destroys the “beliefs and views, by centuries rooted in him, about everything …" (an involutional motion).
Perspectives on Beelzebub's Tales
$35 • 2014 • Click here to purchase
Second edition featuring a new full color cover and enhanced illustrations, as well as a new addition to the appendix and errata corrections.
A New Conception of God
$40 • 2013 • Click here to purchase
I think Gurdjieff clearly understood if we are going to have a new concept of God that that new concept had to include the questions like – How do things happen? How does the world govern itself? How do all of these things carry on? . . .
Explorations in Active Mentation
$35 • 2006 • Click here to purchase
Gurdjieff’s expression “active mentation” is one of the many expressions in Beelzebub’s Tales that serve as a shock to our usual way of thinking and feeling. In this expression is an indication of an action involving the whole of our being: equal-degree functioning of our thinking, feeling and moving parts.
The Third Striving
$25 • 2014 • Click here to purchase
The Third Striving seeks to offer discoveries and further inquiry into "striving," employing the most recent discoveries in modern physics, cosmology, biology and chemistry along with experiential data.