Rodney Collin

Gurdjieff International Review

The Theory of Celestial Influence

by Rodney Collin


The Theory of Celestial Influence is Rodney Collin’s chief monument to his teacher, P. D. Ouspensky. Begun during Ouspensky’s last illness and completed shortly after his death, it is a book of staggering philosophical scope written with the electricity of an eyewitness reporter.

Collin saw his task as the reconstruction of the teaching received from Ouspensky. That teaching, originally derived from Gurdjieff, touches on everything. So does this book.…

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