Gurdjieff y Ouspensky Series by Maurice Nicoll
The Fourth Way an Introduction to the Teachings of Gurdjieff
ISBN 13: 9780877289104
Spiritual Pilgrimage: Mr. He grew up in the midst of the social, political and literary scene of his father's career, a minister of the Free Church of Scotland and later the founder-editor of the British Weekly. Bartholomew's Hospital. He was a pioneer in psychological medicine and became a Harley Street consultant in just before the war broke out. After Medical Service in the Army during the First World War in Gallipoli and Mesopotamia, he returned to England to continue his practice and wrote Dream Psychology , one of the first books on Jungian analysis of dreams. Also a painter, he illustrated his own book, In Mesopotamia , published in under his pen name. A year later Jung became godfather to Nicoll's daughter, Jane.
We have the possibility of completing, ourselves, perfecting ourselves, and all that is necessary for this lies in us.
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Psychological Commentaries on the Teaching of Gurdjieff and Ouspensky (6 Volumes)
Ouspensky , helps people to value the Work. Where Ouspensky presented truth precisely, Nicoll in a more relaxed manner showed how to see the good of it. On the contrary, he warned that anyone who affected a serious mien to appear to be a follower of the Fourth Way probably was far from it. This inner lightness ruled out any thought of compulsion in his teaching, as shown for instance by his care never to say that people have no right to indulge in negative emotions, pointing out instead that they have a right not to be negative. He constantly illustrated ways in which negative emotions close the door to higher centres, which in turn hold the key to self-development.
He is best known for his Psychological Commentaries on the Teaching of Gurdjieff and Ouspensky , a multi-volume collection of talks he gave to his study groups. He studied science at Cambridge University before going to St. Jung's psychological revelations and his own work with Jung during this period left a lasting influence on Nicoll as a young man. In he met Petr Demianovich Ouspensky , a student of G. Gurdjieff and he also became a student of Gurdjieff the following year. In , when Gurdjieff closed down his institute, Nicoll joined Ouspensky's group. In he followed Ouspensky's advice and started his own study groups in England.