It’s Up to Ourselves: A Mother, A Daughter, and Gurdjieff

With innocence, discipline, intelligence, and understanding, Gurdjieff’s daughter, Dushka “Sophie” Howarth fills in a major backstory in the history of Gurdjieff’s early (1920s-1930s) and later (1948-1949) transmission of his dance work through his personal encounters with those able and willing to transmit and teach his dances. Join Dushka and her mother Jessmin — two major […]

The Realized Idiot: The artful psychology of G.I. Gurdjieff

This little book dares-to-share a handful of understanding that has resulted from it’s author being “active in front of a mystery” — that mystery is Gurdjieff’s legacy of work with the science of idiotism. Written by second-generation impudent-upstart Bruno Martin, The Realized Idiot will no doubt be criticized by a few whose conditioned-timidity has overpowered […]

Women On Work

A “second generation” of “grand-daughters” ranging in age from fifty-five to no-longer-alive. The relatively-unknown and some of the coming-to-be-known women who have been and are presently part of the transmission of Gurdjieff’s Teachings from then to now. “I saw ‘myself’ as the only thing I could work on, not the doing away with war over […]

The Terror-of-the-Situation

The Terror-of-the-Situation

In his epic historical novel All and Everything, Gurdjieff as Beelzebub laments to his grandson Hussein of a newly-formed-abnormal “hope in something” which paralyzes human possibility and results in the disease “tomorrow,” the “putting off until later everything that needs to be done at the moment.” — cf. Beelzebub’s Tales to His Grandson, Chapter XXVI: […]