Learning to Be Human:

INNER WORK IN THE FOURTH WAY TRADITION OF GI GURDJIEFF

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Master Class Series facilitated by Jason Stern

 

 

Sundays 1-3 pm

March 5th, march 19th. april 2nd

 

 

 

Series Tuition: $75

Financial (aid) questions? Email: wellnessembodiedcenter@gmail.com

 

 The series will introduce practical teachings, methods, and inner exercises for work on the meditation cushion and in life.  The series will be followed by a weekly study/practice group beginning weekly on Sundays from 5 to 6:30 pm.

 

 

 

march 5th  - FOURTH WAY MINDFULNESS

An introduction to the Fourth Way of GI Gurdjieff, its history and place in the spectrum of inner work traditions. This is a work of bringing presence, self-study, and inner work to our relationships, roles, and endeavors where life is a reflection of our being. We will study basic techniques and practice Fourth Way Mindfulness Meditation together.

 

 

march 19th  -  DEEPENING OUR PRACTICE

To arrive in our native state of balanced relatedness requires a continuous effort — not to change, but to align our instrument to more truly be what we are. This is the work on oneself, as taught by many inner-work traditions, including GI Gurdjieff. This class will continue our introduction to Fourth Way Mindfulness practice together with the group.

 

 

APRIL 2ND -  NAVIGATING WITH PRESENCE

We take a deeper look at our human design to understand how to bring presence into all the parts of ourselves. With this presence comes a center of gravity that is less vulnerable to the many pulls of life. Our task is to be “in the world, but not of the world”, put our inner work first, and allow presence to be the guide.

 

 

 

Jason Stern is founder of Chronogram magazine, and author of Learning to Be Human (Codhill Press, 2010). He has studied and taught meditation and inner work, primarily Fourth Way, for 25 years.  Jason leads an ongoing Fourth Way group in Woodstock, NY.

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