The Fourth Way

THE GURDJIEFF JOURNAL #77

The Gurdjieff Journal Issue – #77 Volume 20 Issue 1   The new issue of The Gurdjieff Journal, #77 is just out! Established in 1992, the Journal is the first and only publication devoted to Mr. Gurdjieff’s teaching of The Fourth Way. Its editor and founder is William Patrick Patterson, a leading international exponent and teacher of The Fourth Way. Timely, …

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THE GURDJIEFF JOURNAL

The Gurdjieff Journal™ Current Issue #76 Vol 19 Issue 4 Discovering Man’s Hidden Consciousness Part I The Ideally-Unique-Subjective-Phenomenon: TIME II Coming Home to My Body Asaf on the Run Atis, the Bloodless Sacrifice Part I, Chapter IX cont. Letters Sayings Kultur For more information or to subscribe visit: GurdjieffLegacy.org.

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Fourth Way Seminar

Labor Day Weekend Seminar with William Patrick Patterson Exploring The Energy Body Friday 4 p.m., August 31st through Monday noon, September 3rd, 2018 St. Francis Retreat Center San Juan Bautista, California Through guided active-being meditation, Haida yoga, dialogue and private interviews, William Patrick Patterson explores the theme. Open to all levels of simplicity. No previous …

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Fourth Way Seminar

Seminar with William Patrick Patterson Being in the Kali-Yuga Friday, May 25 – Monday, May 28, 2018 Santa Sabina Retreat Center San Rafael, California Through guided meditation, Haida yoga, dialogue and private interviews, William Patrick Patterson explores the theme. Open to all levels of simplicity. No previous experience necessary. Because space is limited and past …

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The Gurdjieff Journal

The Gurdjieff Journal™ Current Issue #75 Vol 19 Issue 3 Contents of the current issue: Repairing the Past: Psychological Approaches & the Gurdjieff Work The Ideally–Unique–Subjective–Phenomenon: TIME The Fourth Way Is The First Way The Stranger by Don Hoyt Film Review: Bursting Bubbles: Phantom Thread by Paul Thomas Anderson Atis, the Bloodless Sacrifice Part I, …

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MesoAmericas

Mayan Civilization ‘Grossly Underestimated’

Repost from https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/02/maya-laser-lidar-guatemala-pacunam/ In what’s being hailed as a “major breakthrough” in Maya archaeology, researchers have identified the ruins of more than 60,000 houses, palaces, elevated highways, and other human-made features that have been hidden for centuries under the jungles of northern Guatemala. Using a revolutionary technology known as LiDAR (short for “Light Detection And Ranging”), …

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Mesoamerican Ballgame

1,300-year-old Belizean Stone Panels Depicting Mayan Ballplayers Two 1,300-year-old stone panels show Mayans playing with nine-handspan balls while carrying fancy fans. The panels were discovered at the archaeological site of Tipan Chen Uitz in Belize in 2015, dating from about 700 AD. They are the first panels relating to ballplayers found in Belize. The images …

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