Waking up: overcoming the obstacles to human potential

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New Science Library, 1986 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 323 pages
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Examines the teachings of Gurdjieff, Aikido, and Buddhism in regard to living a happy life, and discusses conditioning, consensus trance, defense mechanisms, false personalities, and higher levels of consciousness

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The author writes clearly, mainly from a psychological point of view, about enlightenment. He presents his own analysis, and methods he has taken from Gurdjieff's school. Read full review


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