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The Psychology of Man's Possible Evolution : Revised 2nd. ed., with Notes on Decision to Work, Notes on Work On Oneself, and What is School? (Azi
by Peter D. Ouspensky




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Ouspensky's unique series of five 'psychological lectures' describe not what Humanity is now, but what it may become.

Most people are 'asleep' - they act mechanically, are not totally conscious of their own existence, and are filled with a multitude of ephemeral and competing 'I's. To awaken - to find inner unity - one must first become continually self-aware, a difficult task that requires special techniques, sustained effort over many years, and the help of a bona fide 'school' of wisdom.

In these lectures, originally meant only for a select few, Ouspensky gives invaluable guidance for those starting out on this most important of all quests. Included in this edition are the 'Notes on Decision to Work', a vital adjunct to understanding his philosophy and method. A book that will repay careful study over many years.

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Overview

Ouspensky's unique series of five 'psychological lectures' describe not what Humanity is now, but what it may become.

Most people are 'asleep' - they act mechanically, are not totally conscious of their own existence, and are filled with a multitude of ephemeral and competing 'I's. To awaken - to find inner unity - one must first become continually self-aware, a difficult task that requires special techniques, sustained effort over many years, and the help of a bona fide 'school' of wisdom.

In these lectures, originally meant only for a select few, Ouspensky gives invaluable guidance for those starting out on this most important of all quests. Included in this edition are the 'Notes on Decision to Work', a vital adjunct to understanding his philosophy and method. A book that will repay careful study over many years.



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  • ISBN-13: 9781911405627
  • ISBN-10: 1911405624
  • Publisher: Aziloth Books
  • Publish Date: April 2018
  • Page Count: 132
  • Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.08 x 0.28 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.3 pounds


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