REFLECTIONS ON GURDJIEFF'S WHIM.
Salt lake City: 2012. First printing. 265 pages with 60 illustrations, a full-color frontispiece, and a foldout Guide and Key—“Utilization of Okidanokh,” which is useful in understanding the principles explored in this and all Keith Buzzell’s works. Item #15819
Paperback in new condition.
Reflections on Gurdjieff’s Whim is dynamic synthesis of indications in Beelzebub’s Tales and In Search of the Miraculous with recent discoveries in quantum and cosmological science, Buzzell explores the biological sources of egoism in the three centers (moving, feeling and thinking) and in particular the concept of “Okidanokh,” how its utilization allows the possibility to “become such individuals as have their own sacred law of Triamazikamno.”