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… with the struggle and striving towards Kesdjan, toward Higher Being-bodies, we must come to a simultaneity of observation and remembering, to coalesce a presence in the world that is both oneself and other…
I am not just me – I am simultaneously and always, in every moment of the day, I am other – as we move back into our daily lives how can we continue to take responsibility for our neighbor, our planet.
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by John Dale Dr. Buzzell’s works center, in a very focused way, on Gurdjieff’s Law of Three and Law of Seven. Using the enneagram and his own Cosmic Unfolding symbol as models of these laws, he produces really remarkable, detailed elucidations of the concepts and deeply buried “dogs” in Beelzebub’s Tales. Also very much on […]
by David Whitfield Rather than waiting until I can write a more complete opinion re: the five Keith Buzzell books — I’ve decided to just write a note for now—and the send you a more complete commentary later when I’m better prepared to do so. Just let me say—a mere peek into the books—with those […]