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“The moment you start self-observation something in you starts imagination,” said Peter Ouspensky, “and self-observation, if you really try it, is a constant struggle with imagination.” In this free introductory workshop, we will study the anatomy of daydreaming as presented in a 16th century Dutch miniature painting. We will follow the workshop with two days of group work, aiming to observe ourselves daydreaming and understand why it is so difficult to stop this habit.
“In no system of ordinary psychology are the moving and instinctive functions described and divided in the right way,” said Peter Ouspensky. In this free introductory workshop, we will present the moving center and describe its functioning. Our aim will be to gain sufficient understanding for basic self-observation. At the conclusion of the workshop, we will form a WhatsApp group and set daily tasks that help use the moving center as a trigger for consciousness.
How can I observe myself? “To learn the methods of self-observation and of right self-study,” said George Gurdjieff, “requires a certain understanding of the functions and the characteristics of the human machine.” In this free introductory workshop we will share a few methods of self-observation and experiment with observing our three basic functions: intellectual, moving, and emotional. We will form a WhatsApp group after the workshop and continue daily observations on these three centers.