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Public Events

Movements:

An Investigation

May 18, 10:30 - 12

Classes open to all.

No previous movements or dance experience necessary. 

A donation of $5 is suggested. 

I wish to have a better quality of attention to my habits and my attitudes. The distractions of daily life make this difficult. Gurdjieff's movements and exercises offer a path towards a deeper understanding of "how" I am, toward a deeper study of myself. 

G. I. Gurdjieff's use of movement to develop self knowledge offers a unique opportunity for self-study that is not found in other disciplines. He often said that the movements were for the mind - to develop attention and intelligence. This  experiential workshop includes movements, exercises and discussion. Space is limited, reservations required. Please email to register; Info@gurdjieffasheville.org

 

 

 

Past  Event

Sunday, Dec. 5, 2021

4:00-5:00

Conditions of Life: Some Perspectives on the Pandemic from the Gurdjieff Teaching 

 

G.I. Gurdjieff left a body of teachings that emphasizes the individual’s understanding of oneself and the cosmos.  Three members of the Gurdjieff Foundation of WNC will share how the Gurdjieff teaching has shaped their understanding of the pandemic, and how COVID-19 pandemic has

impacted their practice. Questions and discussion will be encouraged. 

 

Reservations are recommended as seating is limited. Masks and Vaccinations required.

 

To RSVP or for questions please email info@gurdjieffasheville.org. 

 

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