8 days residential seminar to take a deep dive into the Gurdjieff´s teachings and the practice of the Movements, with Bhati Díaz and Anthony Blake who spent 14 years with J.G.Bennett and more than fifty years at the work.
Gurdjieff said we are like three people, not one. One of them thinks, one of them feels, and one of them moves. A lot of the time, they squabble about who should be in charge, and compete for resources and satisfactions. People imagine they are one being, but initiative is seized by just one-third of us at a time.
Once there is consciousness of this situation , things can change. Just as between members of a family, conflict can give way to dialogue. The centres can cooperate. It is then possible that a new creation can come, something Gurdjieff called Real ‘I’.
Each of the centres needs to be appreciated and developed according to its nature; they have, in Gurdjieff’s words, to be spiritualised.
The fourth way proposed by Gurdjieff requires the harmonious development of all three centres together.