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해외주문 [Book] In Search of the Miraculous The Definitive Exploration of G. I. Gurdjieff's Mystical Thought and Universal View

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ISBN 9780156007467(0156007460)
쪽수 416쪽
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크기 132(W) X 201(H) X 28(T) (mm)
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A new edition of the groundbreaking spiritual treasure, with a foreword by bestselling author Marianne Williamson . Since its original publication in 1949, In Search of the Miraculous has been hailed as the most valuable and reliable documentation of G. I. Gurdjieff's thoughts and universal view. This historic and influential work is considered by many to be a primer of mystical thought as expressed through the Work, a combination of Eastern philosophies that had for centuries been passed on orally from teacher to student. Gurdjieff's goal, to introduce the Work to the West, attracted many students, among them Ouspensky, an established mathematician, journalist, and, with the publication of In Search of the Miraculous, an eloquent and persuasive proselyte. Ouspensky describes Gurdjieff's teachings in fascinating and accessible detail, providing what has proven to be a stellar introduction to the universal view of both student and teacher. It goes without saying that In Search of the Miraculous has inspired great thinkers and writers of ensuing spiritual movements, including Marianne Williamson, the highly acclaimed author of A Return to Love and Illuminata. In a new and never-before-published foreword, Williamson shares the influence of Ouspensky's book and Gurdjieff's teachings on the New Thought movement and her own life, providing a contemporary look at an already timeless classic.
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Chapter I 3 (26)
Return from India
The war and the ``search for the
Old thoughts
The question of schools
Plans for further travels
The East and Europe
A notice in a Moscow newspaper
Lectures on India
The meeting with G. A ``disguised man.''
The first talk. G.'s opinion on schools.
G.'s group
``Glimpses of Truth.'' Further meetings and
The organization of G.'s Moscow group
The question of payment and of means for
the work
The question of secrecy and of the
obligations accepted by the pupils
A talk about the East
``Philosophy,'' ``theory,'' and
How was the system found? G.'s ideas
``Man is a machine'' governed by external
Everything ``happens.''
Nobody ``does'' anything
In order ``to do'' it is necessary ``to
be.'' A man is responsible for his actions,
a machine is not responsible
Is psychology necessary for the study of
machines? The promise of ``facts'' Can wars
be stopped? A talk about the planets and
the moon as living beings
The ``intelligence'' of the sun and the
``Subjective'' and ``objective'' art
Chapter II 29 (24)
Petersburg in 1915. G. in Petersburg
A talk about groups
Reference to ``esoteric'' work
``Prison'' and ``Escape from prison.''
What is necessary for this escape? Who can
help and how? Beginning of meetings in
A question on reincarnation and future life
How can immortality be attained? Struggle
between ``yes'' and ``no.''
Crystallization on a right, and on a wrong,
Necessity of sacrifice
Talks with G. and observations
A sale of carpets and talks about carpets
What G. said about himself
Question about ancient knowledge and why it
is hidden. G's reply
Knowledge is not hidden
The materiality of knowledge and man's
refusal of the knowledge given to him
A question on immortality
The ``four bodies of man.''
Example of the retort fitted with metallic
The way of the fakir, the way of the monk,
and the way of the yogi
The ``fourth way.''
Do civilization and culture exist?
Chapter III 53 (11)
G.'s fundamental ideas concerning man
Absence of unity
Multiplicity of I's. Construction of the
human machine
Psychic centers. G.'s method of exposition
of the ideas of the system
Repetition unavoidable
What the evolution of man means
Mechanical progress impossible
European idea of man's evolution
Connectedness of everything in nature
Humanity and the moon
Advantage of individual man over the masses
Necessity of knowing the human machine
Absence of a permanent I in man
Role of small I's
Absence of individuality and will in man
Eastern allegory of the house and its
The ``deputy steward.''
Talks about a fakir on nails and Buddhist
Chapter IV 64 (18)
General impressions of G.'s system
Looking backwards
One of the fundamental propositions
The line of knowledge and the line of being
Being on different levels
Divergence of the line of knowledge from
the line of being
What a development of knowledge gives
without a corresponding change of being-and
a change of being without an increase in
What ``understanding'' means
Understanding as the resultant of knowledge
and being
The difference between understanding and
Understanding as a function of three centers
Why people try to find names for things
they do not understand
Our language
Why people do not understand one another
The word ``man'' and its different meanings
The language accepted in the system
Seven gradations of the concept ``man.''
The principle of relativity in the system
Gradations parallel to the gradations of man
The word ``world'' Variety of its meanings
Examination of the word ``world'' from the
point of view of the principle of relativity
The fundamental law of the universe
The law of three principles or three forces
Necessity of three forces for the
appearance of a phenomenon
The third force
Why we do not see the third force
Three forces in ancient teachings
The creation of worlds by the will of the
A chain of worlds or the ``ray of
The number of laws in each world
Chapter V 82 (17)
A lecture on the ``mechanics of the
The ray of creation and its growth from the
A contradiction of scientific views
The moon as the end of the ray of creation
The will of the Absolute
The idea of miracle
Our place in the world
The moon feeds on organic life
The influence of the moon and liberation
from the moon
Different ``materiality'' of different
The world as a world of ``vibrations.''
Vibrations slow down proportionately to the
distance from the Absolute
Seven kinds of matter
The four bodies of man and their relation
to different worlds
Where the earth is
The three forces and the cosmic properties
of matter
Atoms of complex substances
Definition of matter according to the
forces manifested through it
``Carbon,'' ``oxygen,'' ``nitrogen,'' and
The three forces and the four matters
Is man immortal or not? What does
immortality mean? A man having the fourth
The story of the seminarist and the
omnipotence of God
Talks about the moon
The moon as the weight of a clock
Talk about a universal language
Explanation of the Lost Supper
Chapter VI 99 (17)
Talk about aims
Can the teaching pursue a definite aim? The
aim of existence
Personal aims
To know the future
To exist after death
To be master of oneself
To be a Christian
To help humanity
To stop wars. G.'s explanations
Fate, accident, and will
``Mad machines.''
Esoteric Christianity
What ought man's aim to be? The causes of
inner slavery With what the way to
liberation begins
``Know thyself.''
Different understandings of this idea
How to study? Self observation
Recording and analysis
A fundamental principle of the working of
the human machine: The four centers:
Thinking, emotional, moving, instinctive
Distinguishing between the work of the
Making changes in the working of the machine
Upsetting the balance
How does the machine restore its balance?
Incidental changes
Wrong work of centers
Opposing habits for purposes of self
The struggle against expressing negative
Registering mechanicalness
Changes resulting from right
The idea of the moving center
The usual classification of man's actions
Classification based upon the division of
Instinctive actions
The difference between the instinctive and
the moving functions
Division of the emotions
Different levels of the centers
Chapter VII 116(25)
Is ``cosmic consciousness'' attainable?
What is consciousness? G.'s question about
what we notice during self-observation
Our replies. G.'s remark that we had missed
the most important thing
Why do we not notice that we do not
remember ourselves? ``It observes,'' ``it
thinks,'' ``it speaks.''
Attempts to remember oneself. G.'s
The significance of the new problem
Science and philosophy
Our experiences
Attempts to divide attention
First sensation of voluntary
What we recollect of the past
Further experiences
Sleep in a waking state and awakening
What European psychology has overlooked
Differences in the understanding of the
idea of consciousness
The study of man is parallel to the study
of the world
Following upon the law of three comes the
fundamental law of the universe: The law of
seven or the law of octaves
The absence of continuity in vibrations
The seven-tone scale
The law of ``intervals.''
Necessity for additional shocks
What occurs in the absence of additional
In order to do it is necessary to be able
to control ``additional shocks,''
Subordinate octaves
Inner octaves
Organic life in the place of an
Planetary influences
The lateral octave sot-do
The meaning of the notes la, sol, fa
The meaning of the notes do, si
The meaning of the notes mi, re
The role of organic life in changing the
earth's surface
Chapter VIII 141(26)
Different states of consciousness
Waking state
Objective consciousness
Absence of self-consciousness
What is the first condition for acquiring
self consciousness? Higher states of
consciousness and the higher centers
The ``waking state'' of ordinary man as
The life of men asleep
How can one awaken? What man is when he is
What ``education'' and the example of those
around him do
Man's possibilities
``Mental photographs.''
Different men in one man
``I'' and ``Ouspensky.'' Who is active and
who is passive? Man and his mask
Division of oneself as the first stage of
work on oneself
A fundamental quality of man's being
Why man does not remember himself
``Considering.'' ``Internal considering''
and ``external considering.''
What ``external'' considering a machine
``Injustice.'' Sincerity and weakness
``Buffers.'' Conscience
Does an idea of morality common to all
exist? Does Christian morality exist? Do
conceptions of good and evil common to all
exist? Nobody does anything for the sake of
Different conceptions of good and the
results of these different conceptions
On what can a permanent idea of good and
evil be based? The idea of truth and
The struggle against ``buffers'' and
against lying
Methods of school work
Realization of one's nothingness
Personality and essence
Dead people
General laws
The question of money
Chapter IX 167(32)
The ``ray of creation'' in the form of the
three octaves of radiations
Relation of matters and forces on different
planes of the world to our life
Intervals in the cosmic octaves and the
shocks which felt them
``Point of the universe.''
Density of vibrations
Three forces and four matters
``Carbon,'' ``Oxygen,'' ``Nitrogen,''
``Hydrogen.'' Twelve triads
``Table of Hydrogens.''
Matter in the Tight of its chemical,
physical, psychic and cosmic properties
Intelligence of matter
``Atom.'' Every human function and state
depends on energy
Substances in man
Man has sufficient energy to begin work on
himself, if he saves his energy
Wastage of energy
``Learn to separate the fine from the
coarse.'' Production of fine hydrogens
Change of being
Growth of inner bodies
The human organism as a three-storied
Three kinds of food
Entrance of food, air and impressions into
the organism
Transformation of substances is governed by
the law of octaves, Food octave and air
Extracting ``higher hydrogens.'' The octave
of impressions does not develop
Possibility of creating an artificial shock
at the moment of receiving an impression
Conscious effort
``Self-remembering.'' Resulting development
of impressions and air octaves
A second conscious shock
Effort connected with emotions
Preparation for this effort
Analogy between the human organism and the
Three stages in the evolution of the human
Transmutation of the emotions
The centers work with different hydrogens
Two higher centers
Wrong work of lower centers
Materiality of all inner processes
Chapter X 199(18)
From what does the way start? The law of
Kinds of influences
Influences created in life
Influences created outside life, conscious
in their origin only
The magnetic center
Looking for the way
Finding a man who knows
Third kind of influence: conscious and
Liberation from the law of accident
``Step,'' ``stairway,'' and ``way.''
Special conditions of the fourth way
Wrong magnetic center is possible
How can one recognize wrong ways? Teacher
and pupil
Knowledge begins with the teaching of
The usual concept of two cosmoses: the
``Macrocosmos'' and ``Microcosmos.'' The
full teaching of seven cosmoses
Relation between cosmoses: as zero to
Principle of relativity
``The way up is at the same time the way
down.'' What a miracle is
``Period of dimensions.''
Survey of the system of cosmoses from the
point of view of the theory of many
dimensions. G.'s comment, that ``Time is
Is the ``Microcosmos'' man or the ``atom''?
Chapter XI 217(21)
``Except a corn of wheat die, it bringeth
forth no fruit.''
A book of aphorisms
To awake, to die, to be born
What prevents a man from being born again?
What prevents a man from ``dying''? What
prevents a man from awakening? Absence of
the realization of one's own nothingness
What does the realization of one's own
nothingness mean? What prevents this
realization? Hypnotic influence of life
The sleep in which men live is hypnotic
The magician and the sheep
``Kundalini.'' Imagination
Alarm clocks
Organized work

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