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Psychological Commentaries on the
Teaching of Gurdjieff and Ouspensky

"Man is regarded as incomplete. We have the possibility of completing,
ourselves, perfecting ourselves, and all that is necessary for this lies in us."

"Esoteric teaching is not an imaginary thing. It is the most real thing in the world,
more real than a cheque, more real than a house, more real than another person."

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"Understanding is the most powerful force we can create in ourselves.
In the Work, a man is defined as his understanding; a man is his understanding."
 

Volume-1

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"In speaking of evolution, it is necessary to understand no mechanical
evolution is possible. The evolution of man is the evolution of his consciousness."


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"If a man reasons soundly, he inevitably arrives back at himself and begins
 to search for the answer to what he is, and what his place is in the world."


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"The level above man is called the Kingdom of Heaven and is already within
you. To reach it, a man must reach a higher level of consciousness in himself."


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"The Work is something living in our hearts and minds. Follow the path,
see what changes  take place within you, and what light begins to dawn 
in you."

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Volume-6

Psychological
Commentaries Index

Recommended Reading

The Work: Esotericism and Christian Psychology
by Rebecca Nottingham

The teaching is called "The Work" and it is about the inner psychological meaning of Christ's teaching. It is a system of ideas and psychological practices derived from the Fourth Way System that originated with George Ivanovich Gurdjieff, interpreted by Peter Ouspensky, and taught by Maurice Nicoll in "Psychological Commentaries on the Teaching of Gurdjieff and Ouspensky". Students at any stage can use this reference to find guidance into the intended aim of The Work in order to carry it forward as the sacred path it was meant to be and applies to anyone who is seeking meaning and an authentic path that leads to real personal development.

Read the Introduction to The Work