Self Observation: The Awakening of Conscience : An Owner's Manual

Self Observation: The Awakening of Conscience : An Owner's Manual

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Self Observation The Awakening of Conscience An Owner s Manual

  • Title: Self Observation: The Awakening of Conscience : An Owner's Manual
  • Author: Red Hawk
  • ISBN: 1890772925
  • Page: 482
  • Format: broch
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    135 Comments

    1. Un fil qui se déroule et qui ramène toujours au centre, à la Source. La lecture en anglais m'a permis une certaine lenteur bienvenue!


    2. Si vous n'espérer plus que la vie sera comme vous le voulez, et que vous constatez que vous continuez quand même à résister à ce qui vous dérange, vos états intérieures, à ce que la vie vous emmène avec le résultat que vous "tournez en rond", comme une machine à répétition, et qu'acceptation ne rime pas nécessairement avec résignation, alors ce livre pourra vous être très utile! Quint Denijs


    3. These over the top glowing reviews set an expectation that the book does not live up to. It is not "a brilliant, ultimate, methodical, step by step guide to the Work with no spiritual goblygok" Hardly. Authors on this subject seem to have a hard time presenting this material clearly. It's not really that complicated but someone interested is forced to plow through a ton of reading and digest it for themselves. Each author has a different way of explaining the concepts. Each uses their own term [...]


    4. Outstanding Workbook! Highly recommended for those students of the 4th Way or for that matter, any discipline where one wants to know oneself objectively. True to objectivity, non-judgementality, consciousness, attention, aim, conscience, impartiality, and will. Identification is profoundly understood with its mechanism of capturing attention and consuming it with judgement. Explores blind spots and buffers in an amazing manner. Red Hawk discusses his candid discoveries thru years of practice [...]


    5. It's an interesting book (has plenty of good advice, including anchoring attention into bodily sensation, which, I believe, through practice, to be very good). But I believe the book gets into too much "robotic prescription" type stuff as it states commands like "only use the brain to tackle technical problems and engage in communication." So this means that stuff like thoughtfully thinking through things or thoughtfully reflecting and working through things is inherently bad? Even if Red Hawk d [...]


    6. I read this after the Self Remembering book. is another awesome book. Very useful. Helped clarify & deepen my understanding of several of the 4th Way/Work ideas. Am grateful for Red Hawk's books, especially since they are from his own perspective & experience while working with 4th Way ideas/exercises. Excellent simple writing which anybody could read & understand easily.


    7. A great read in dealing with how we need to stop and look at ourselves and try not be mechanical in the way we talk to people. Red Hawk does a great job in explaining what he has learn from Gurdjieff of the fourth way and others who have reading about this in the past. He has a good list of reference that he has read including E.I Gold, Tsu Lao, Lee Lozowick, Osho, and P.D. Ouspensky.


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