Henry David Thoreau, American Yogi

Because it’s summer and very hot here in the Northeast U.S.–and because we’ve been speaking about art as well as our aspirations for the highest–and finally, because it’s Henry David’s birthday on July 12–I thought I would be cool to offer everyone a little story about  Henry David Thoreau, early American Yogi.   According toContinue reading “Henry David Thoreau, American Yogi”

Finding Our True Home

“Man remains a mystery to himself,” writes Jeanne de  Salzmann in The Reality of Being: The Fourth Way of Gurdjieff.  “He has a nostalgia for Being, a longing for duration, for permanence, for absoluteness–a longing to be.  Yet everything that constitutes his life is temporary, ephemeral, limited.  He aspires to another order, another life, aContinue reading “Finding Our True Home”