Tag: Self-Knowledge

George Gurdjieff & The Fourth Way

Early in the twentieth century, the Greek-Armenian, George Gurdjieff (1872-1949) reputedly journeyed through Central Asia, in pursuit of esoteric knowledge of the full potential of man. In this twenty-first century, the psychological teachings of George Gurdjieff, and his chief pupils J. G. Bennett and Peter Ouspensky continue to have a global influence. G. I. Gurdjieff […]

Do We Really Have Only Five Senses?

It’s customary to speak of five senses, smell, taste, touch, sight, and hearing, and to hint at a sixth. But what about our sense of how much, how far, and how fast i.e. the senses of timing, speed, distance, space, height, and depth? And there’s more … what about a sense of danger, fear, anticipation, […]

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