June 30th, 2009

What is the Relationship Between Spirituality and Science?

The idea that consciousness is an integral part of energy, and that the level of consciousness is inextricably linked to the frequency of vibration is nowhere to be found in contemporary science. The profound pertinence of Gurdjieff’s work is that it reveals fundamental laws which encompass the “complete field” that both scientists and artists have pursued through the ages.
— Peter Brooks, Gurdjieff: Essays and Reflections on the Man and His Teaching

I just received notice that author Keith Buzzell will be holding a seminar in Salt Lake City, Utah, in November or December 2009 to explore the question: What is the relationship between spirituality and science. Buzzell explains the seminar as such:

“The Gurdjieff teaching heralds a new approach to the potential blending of these impulses. We propose to host a seminar, Science, Gurdjieff and Man’s Conception of God to further our understanding.”

Keith has been a student of the Gurdjieff teaching for over fifty years, and is a physician by profession. He has authored three books, Perspectives on Beelzebub’s Tales, Explorations in Active Mentation and Man–A Three-brained Being with his insights to date.

For those interested in attending the seminar, familiarity with one or more of Keith’s books is recommended, to facilitate a lively exchange. For specific information, please visit Fifth Press’ contact page and send a query email to Dr. Buzzell.

Opening photograph: NGC 2207 and IC 2163, spiral galaxies.

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