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The Gurdjieff Society of Massachusetts

The Gurdjieff Society of Massachusetts is an affiliate of the Gurdjieff Foundation of New York and meets in the Boston/Cambridge area. The Society is nonsectarian and nondenominational, and its membership is composed of individuals from a wide variety of personal, ethnic, and professional backgrounds.  The aims of the Society are

 

Spring 2017 Series of Talks

 

Introduction to the Ideas and Practice of the Gurdjieff Teaching
Presented by experienced members of the Society,
followed by questions and discussion


Next talk: Wednesday, June 7, 7:30pm

Exchange as a Practice of the Gurdjieff Teaching


​T​h​e Gurdjieff teaching is a way of awakening and nurturing a lifetime of inquiry. An essential part of the Gurdjieff practice is the effort to express our questions about the undiscovered potentiality in each of us.

Our effort to articulate these questions regarding the nature of who "I am," the world around us, and a possible spiritual development are fundamental to this teaching.

Each of us is called in a unique way. The way in which we respond to the call to being is the basis for an essential and helpful exchange.

We invite you to this evening's gathering with several of our members to engage around your questions about inner work and the Gurdjieff tradition.

All are welcomed.
 

Our talks are held at
First Parish Church of Cambridge
3 Church Street, Cambridge, MA
Harvard Square T-stop



























































 

Have questions?  Want to receive updates on future events?  Are you are interested in joining the Society?  Please contact us at info@gurdjieffsocietymass.org, or click here to fill out our contact form.

 

 

The evolution of man is the evolution of his consciousness. And 'consciousness' cannot evolve unconsciously.  The evolution of man is the evolution of his will, and 'will' cannot evolve involuntarily.  The evolution of man is the evolution of his power of doing, and 'doing' cannot be the result of things which 'happen'.

G. I. Gurdjieff