Facilitators: Ocke de Boer, Marcel Pardo, Gwynne Mayer, and Sy Ginsburg
Every Friday, 10:00 - 11:15 a.m. CDT [UTC-05]
The practical teaching of G.I. Gurdjieff (1866-1949) requires ongoing self-observation over many years. The purpose of such self-observation while making the effort to self-remember is to gradually free us from our identifications with fears and desires in their many forms. This helps us to realize that we are not the body-brain-ego organism that we have been mistakenly taught to believe is our true identity. For this purpose pupils typically organize themselves into ongoing groups that meet regularly in order to share their self-observations, and in support of their ongoing efforts to remember themselves. Participants bring their self-observations to share at the beginning of each meeting.
The Theosophical Society is an open organization. Anyone can join the Friday Gurdjieff Study Group without joining the Theosophical Society. For full information and personal application, please email Gwynne.Mayer@gmail.com or SyGinsburg@aol.com.
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