If you wish to escape, the first thing you must realise is that
If you think you are free, you can’t escape!

     — Georges Ivanovich Gurdjieff

For absolute control of your life and for destroying prenatal and postnatal root-causes of failure, you must excercise your will in every undertaking, until it shakes off its mortal delusion of being human will and becomes All-Powerful Divine Will. You do not need to acquire this Divine Will, you already posess it in the Image of God within you.

     — Paramhansa Yogananda

2 thoughts on “784”

  1. gurdjieff cannot be held responsible for how people interpret, or misinterpret, the information that he made available. aleister crowley was given a pretty nasty reputation as well, which i, personally, don’t entirely agree was justified.

    anyway, even if it were justified, i am being like the rajahamsa, the royal swan, who has the capability of taking a mixture of water and milk in it’s beak, spitting out the water and only drinking the milk.

  2. Stalin was Gurdjiev’s student. Some people say Hitler was as well…

    But anyway – “You don’t realise that free you are, and you don’t realise that free you are not”. I like this idea of being unaware of all our human bounds as well as of our divine freedom…

Comments are closed.