On A Single Breath (cloth)
by Sir Paul Dukes


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A Lost Interpretation of the Lord’s Prayer; An account of some meetings with GI Gurdjieff.

Cloth bound • 67 pages • Publisher: Indications Press; 1st edition (January 1, 1996) • 7.6 x 4.9 inches

The spiritual teacher George Gurdjieff demonstrates how to chant the Lord’s prayer on a single breath to a young student in 1914 Moscow. This esoteric technique merges prayer, music, and breath to touch the inmost depths of the soul.

This book is excerpted from Sir Paul Dukes’s account of his spiritual search given in The Unending Quest. Dukes describes his dramatic meeting with Gurdjieff (‘Prince Ozay’) and his initiation into the mystical mysteries of the Prayer, the musical octave and Yoga. Dukes was probably the first western student of Gurdjieff and provides a rewarding account of this remarkable man.

Author=Paul Dukes, GI Gurdjieff