Gurdjieff taught that in nature everything is alive and connected within the vast network of consciousness and lawful exchange. Since Gurdjieff’s death seventy years ago, earth’s ecosystems have been, and continue to be, increasingly disrupted and transformed through the actions of our species. How do we understand this, and what are our responsibilities at this time?
In the early 1930s, Paul Beidler met Gurdjieff at the Prieuré. Gurdjieff was very interested in what the young Paul Beidler had learned about the Yezidis. Later in 1949, he became an early member of the Gurdjieff Foundation of New York and also worked with Madame Ouspensky at Franklin Farms. In the 1973 he founded Northeon Forest in rural Pennsylvania
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