Lachman on Ouspensky /2009/12/04/lachman-on-ouspensky/

Lachman on Ouspensky

The previous post cites Lachman’s In Search Of P. D. Ouspensky, a book worth reading, because of Ouspensky’s final break with Gurdjieff. This has been made into such a puzzle, and we cannot be sure what really happened, but in one way it is obvious: Ouspensky was the first of the type we now see on the net exposing gurus.
He simply realized that something was wrong with Gurdjieff’s teaching, and said so.
His honesty is to be commended, although he took his time on the question, and didn’t exactly advertise it.

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