THE MOVEMENT OF TRANSMISSION: GIR VOL VII, NO. 1, FALL 2003.; Gurdjieff International Review

THE MOVEMENT OF TRANSMISSION: GIR VOL VII, NO. 1, FALL 2003.; Gurdjieff International Review

2003. A central premise of an authentic teaching is to understand the essential vitality of the teaching through the emergence and re-emergence of its living vibration, leaving room for its intrinsic message to freely continue its passage, its movement of transmission, at the individual and communal level, in both seen and unseen dimensions.

This issue contains an editorial by Don Hoyt; Reprint of "The Look from Above" by Jeanne de Salzmann; Exchanges Within, from group meetings with John Pentland; an essay by Kathryn Hulme on being led on an inner-world journey by Mr. Gurdjieff; "Facing Mr. Gurdjieff", by Michel Conge; "As Above So Below" by G.I. Gurdjieff; The Emerald Tablet of Hermes Trismegistus; Excerpts from the book, "A Voice at the Border's of Silence: The Autobiography of William Segal"; Excerpts from "It's Up to Ourselves" by Jessmin & Dushka Howarth; "Some Aspects of the Movements, by Joanna Haggarty; and "First Initiation" by Jeanne de Salzmann. Perfect bound 8 1/2 X 11 Journal in new condition. Item #8837

80 pages.

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