By Gurdjieff, Georges Ivanovitch; Gurdžiev, Georgij Ivanovič; Hartmann, Thomas; Hartmann, Thomas de; Petsche, Johanna J. M
In Gurdjieff and Music Johanna Petsche examines the massive and various physique of piano track produced through Armenian-Greek non secular instructor G. I. Gurdjieff (c.1866-1949) in collaboration along with his committed scholar Thomas de Hartmann (1885-1956). Petsche attracts on a number of unpublished fabrics and information from unique box learn to severely situate and check this track inside its socio-cultural and specific religio-spiritual. Read more...
summary: In Gurdjieff and Music Johanna Petsche examines the massive and numerous physique of piano track produced by way of Armenian-Greek non secular instructor G. I. Gurdjieff (c.1866-1949) in collaboration along with his committed student Thomas de Hartmann (1885-1956). Petsche attracts on a number unpublished fabrics and knowledge from unique box study to severely situate and investigate this song inside of its socio-cultural and special religio-spiritual
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Lewis and Henrik Bogdan (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014). 26 Moore, Gurdjieff The Anatomy of a Myth, 3. 27 Sophia Wellbeloved, Gurdjieff: The Key Concepts (London: Routledge, 2003), 223. 28 Moore, Gurdjieff The Anatomy of a Myth, 3. 29 Ouspensky, Search, 48–50. M. Petsche, “A Gurdjieff Genealogy: Tracing the Manifold Ways the Gurdjieff Teaching has Travelled,” in International Journal for the Study of New Religions, Vol. 4, No. 1, 2013, 72–75. 31 Jacob Needleman and George Baker, “Gurdjieff Tradition,” in Dictionary of Gnosis and Western Esotericism, Vol.
Is utilised here. 70 A revised translation of the text that was directed by de Salzmann is worth noting here. This was first published by Arkana two years after de Salzmann’s death in 1992 under the instruction of the Gurdjieff Foundation of New York. A second edition of the revised translation was published in 2006. 71 One should be aware that this revised translation differs significantly from Gurdjieff’s own words. 67 68 69 70 71 For example: Wellbeloved, Key Concepts; Michel Waldberg, Gurdjieff: An Approach to His Ideas (London: Arkana, 1989); Kathleen R.
1964 ), 439–441, 777–780. See also Gurdjieff, Herald, 28–31. Although in Tales he defined humans as ‘three-brained beings’, his focus on three centres sometimes extended to seven; the moving, instinctive, sex, intellectual, emotional, higher Gurdjieff, His Music And Teaching 17 argued that the centres are usually in constant disarray, with each struggling to dominate the others. In this condition people react totally mechanically and unoriginally in the world, particularly as each of their centres maintains a small repertoire of habits that repeat endlessly.