New York: 2007. Particularly striking is this candid interview with Frank Sinclair, speaking about The Gurdjieff Foundation in the most recent issue of Parabola., winter 2007. He calls Gurdjieff a man of real being. A man of Presence. Moreover, that theGurdjieff work is a return to Tradition. Gurdjieff was entering to the source of perennial wisdom, "the powerful ancient stream of true knowledge of being." That through his teaching people can change, that they can grow in being, that there can be openings to "the Higher." He adds that "we are called to turn to the source. The the very silence at the core of our being....And the open the the unknown transforming force." Paperback in new condition. Item #12089
Contains NEW WORLD, OLD MEN by Patrick Laude, Can America harbor the City of God?; A RETURN TO TRADITION, An interview with Frank Sinclair, president of the Gurdjieff Foundation of New York; ON THE OLD AND THE NEW by Jiddu Krishnamurti, How to approach the world afresh; INTO THE WEST by Tracy Cochran, The strange transformation of Zen Buddhism in America; FOR A MAN THERE'S AN ORDER IN LIFE by James Opie, Homespun advice to a young man in need; THANKSGIVING: FROM A NATIVE POINT OF VIEW by Jacqueline Keeler, A passionate re-evaluation of the national holiday; THEY DREAM OF AWAKENING by John Shirley, Spiritual stirrings from a surprising source; A REALITY WITHOUT A NAME, An interview with Pir Zia Inayat Khan, head of the Sufi Order International; IS AMERICA NECESSARY? by Jacob Needleman, The sacred promise of the New World; THE EYE OF THE NEEDLE by Ross Fuller, Along the narrow passage to the new world within; INTERNET: A NEW FORUM FOR PROCLAIMING THE GOSPEL by Pope John Paul II, A pontiff considers the new world of cyberspace; MADE IN AMERICA by Mitch Horowitz, The fascinating rise of America's home-grown spirituality; TO THE FOURTH OF JULY by Swami Vivekananda, A paean to freedom from the man who brought Hinduism to America; 128 pages.