• States that Man about which nothing can be done

    All of the methods that Gurdjieff leaves behind–the exercises and the movements and the study, all the different things–they are all kind of entry points into a vestibule. They are not the fullness of the cathedral, but they are part of the majesty of endlessness, you see, that is in each of us that he is really talking about. Through the physical body, you can enter into this space, and through your feeling world, the really open, real, relational world. You can also enter the same cathedral through your mind.