Published by Houghton Mifflin, Boston, 1987
370 pages. Paperback in near very good condition; Pages edges soiled.
Seller Inventory # 18352
Published by Harper Collins, San Francisco, 1995
410 pages. Paperback in near very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 19488
Published by Harper, San Francisco, 1993
298 pages. Paperback in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 483
Published by Molysdatur, 1990
78 pages. Paperback in near very good condition; Long former owner gift inscription on half-title page.
Seller Inventory # 16529
Published by Ave Maria Press, 1992
First printing. 172 pages. Very good condition in a very good dust jacket.
Seller Inventory # 28165
Published by Houghton Mifflin, New York, 1993
Second printing. 129 pages. Paperback in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 17058
Published by Diamond Books, Berkeley, 1990
First edition. 211 pages. Paperback in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 18627
Published by Metamorphous Press, Portland, 1996
Condition: Paperback in new condition. 133 pages.
Seller Inventory # 9237
Published by Credence Cassettes, 1993
Includes a review of Joel Friedlander's Body Types book. 16 pages. Paper booklet in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 27804
Published by Arete Communications, Fairfax, 1998
Condition: Paperback in new condition. 156 pages.
Seller Inventory # 11559
Published by Parabola, New York, 2017
Condition: Paperback in new condition. First edition. Contents include: Ohiyesa, The Great Mystery: A Native American prayer, David Ulrich: To Honor the Sacred: A photographer envisions the sacred and the profane on a Hawaiian island, Betsy Cornwell: The Fairies's Right of Way: It's not nice to mess with the Little People, Anonymous: Lord Jesus Christ Have Mercy on Me!: A pilgrim introduces the Way of the Heart, Phil Borges: The Wisdom of the Animals: A conversation with wildlife educator Steve Karlin, Joshua Boettiger: When We Can Let It Shimmer: Meditations of the Sacred, Tracy Cochran: Spinning Straw: Naming Rumpelstiltskin, and the path to self-knowledge, Ravi Ravindra: The Yoga of Sacred Knowledge and Discernment: Life lessons from the Bhagavad Gita, Plato, The Cave, translated with commentary by Eliot Fintushel: Leaving shadows for the light of the Real, Robert Atkinson: Rays of One Light: A Baha'i understanding of human evolution and destiny, Michel Conge: Presence and Prayer: To cherish the divine spark, Lex Hixon: Remembrance: A conversation with Sufi Sheikh Muzzafer Ozak Effendi, Lillian Firestone: To Repair the Past: Tending to the ancestors, Lee van Laer: A Universal Symbol: The miracle of the Enneagram, Shephali Patel: Sacred Soil: Embracing earth, born of the stars, Rodney Collin: On the Road to Emmaus: The Fourth Way path of self-remembering; 128 pages.
Seller Inventory # 20757
Published by Weiser, York Beach, 1984
First edition. 46 pages. Paperback in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 11181
Published by Geranium Press, 2009
230 pages. Paperback in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 28211
Publication Date: 2012
Condition: Paperback in new condition. First printing. 131 pages.
Seller Inventory # 16598
Published by Hohm Press, Prescott, 1994
Condition: Paperback in new condition. 150 pages.
Seller Inventory # 1176
Published by Codhill, 2007
Condition: Paperback in new condition. First printing. The poems in this volume are experimental in nature. They came out of a study of the enneagram?a symbol best described in P. D. Ouspensky's In Search of the Miraculous. While looking for a way to experience the laws expressed in the enneagram, Frederick Bauman devised a poetic form of nine verses of three lines each. The poems are presented in the order written and then the stanzas are rearranged in the order 9, 3, 6, 1, 4, 2, 8, 5, 7. Cover art by William Tapley; 88 pages.
Seller Inventory # 15159
Published by Gateways, Nevada City, 2004
Condition: Paperback in new condition. First edition. Forewords by Pedro Laín Entralgo and Arno Vogel; Translated from Spanish by Paul Barnes; 184 pages. Beginning with a talk Dr. Naranjo gave on "the ills of the world in the light of the ills of love," he added a presentation of characters in light of the enneagram. The result is a study of the ills of society in the light of the ills of the soul from the perspective of the enneagram of character types. Dr. Naranjo develops four general areas: sins, character neurosis, aberrations of love, and pathologies of society.
Seller Inventory # 9128
Published by Codhill, 2010
Condition: Paperback in new condition. First printing. With each poem in this series, Bauman explores the life of an animal native to the Catskill region, delving into their secret suffering, fear, and determination. Through their daily struggles, he reveals the interconnected nature of our world and our shared fears. In his final poem, he extends these same fears and struggles to man through the mythic figure of Gilgamesh. Richly detailed and poignant, Feral Idylls asks us to consider existence and our place in the world. 56 pages.
Seller Inventory # 15162
Published by Codhill, 2010
Condition: Paperback in new condition. First printing. I know of no contemporary poet who is more grounded in a poetics of the metaphysical than Frederick Bauman. He is obviously a poet of great erudition with a deep sense of the traditions of poetry, ranging from the archaic and classical poetries to such "modern" poets as Walt Whitman or Basil Bunting. His sense and awareness of nature in all its grand sweep from the micro cosmos to the macro cosmos inform his poetics, which might also be a poetics of the body both corporal and spiritual. ?From the Preface by Ivan Arguelles. Preface by Ivan Arguelles; Illustration by Genie Wright; 55 pages.
Seller Inventory # 17853
Published by Diamond Books, Berkeley, 1986
First edition. 165 pages. Paperback in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 11165
Published by Harmony, New York, 1998
First edition. 282 pages. Hardbound in fine condition in very good dust jacket.
Seller Inventory # 28209
Published by Weiser, York Beach, 1997
Condition: Paperback in new condition. First printing. 322 pages.
Seller Inventory # 15051
Published by Sterling, 1998
First printing. 226 pages. Paper booklet in new condition.
Seller Inventory # 15786
Published by Codhill, 2017
Condition: Paperback in new condition. 128 pages. this book explores various aspects of the enneagram, the symbol that G.I. Gurdjieff introduced to the modern world, and which he stated represented a complete description of the laws governing the universe. Because of the importance he attached to it, it has long intrigued followers of his teaching, and others, yet the understanding of its meanings remains very incomplete. In particular, how it relates to modern mathematical and scientific descriptions of the laws governing the universe has largely been unexplored. This book explores connections between these two approaches to the truth, while also recognizing and exploring the differences between knowledge based on symbols and that based on scientific theories and mathematical formulae.
Seller Inventory # 21415
Published by Shambhala, Boston, 1996
At last, an enneagram book that explains the full potential of this mysterious nine-pointed symbol, with applications reaching far beyond personality typology. The enneagram, an ancient diagram first popularized by G. I. Gurdjieff, represents the evolution of any process and is thus a remarkable tool for analyzing and understanding many different areas of endeavor. Like the I Ching hexagrams or the kabbalistic Tree of Life, the enneagram is an ingenious device providing access to a higher order of information and can lead us to new and creative ways of thinking and problem-solving. Drawing on the teachings of John Bennett, a major interpreter of the Gurdjieff Work, the author shows how using the enneagram can enhance our powers of intuition, our capacity to see situations holistically, and our ability to find connections between different regions of knowledge and experience. After discussing in detail the fundamental ideas woven into the symbol, the author applies the insights in the enneagram to a series of topics ranging from the solar system to sex, from science fiction movies to the Lord's Prayer. 391 pages. Paperback in very good condition; Spine creased.
Seller Inventory # 20770
Publication Date: 2010
180 pages. Paperback in near very good condition; Rippling to rear lower page edges.
Seller Inventory # 28461
Published by Weiser, New York, 1978
Second edition. Two color fold-our charts; 317 pages. Paperback in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 15154
Publication Date: 2009
177 pages. Paperback in very good condition.
Seller Inventory # 28102
Published by Salt lake City, 2012
Condition: Paperback in new condition. First printing. 265 pages with 60 illustrations, a full-color frontispiece, and a foldout Guide and Keyâ ""Utilization of Okidanokh," which is useful in understanding the principles explored in this and all Keith Buzzell's works. Reflections on Gurdjieff's Whim is dynamic synthesis of indications in Beelzebub's Tales and In Search of the Miraculous with recent discoveries in quantum and cosmological science, Buzzell explores the biological sources of egoism in the three centers (moving, feeling and thinking) and in particular the concept of "Okidanokh," how its utilization allows the possibility to "become such individuals as have their own sacred law of Triamazikamno.".
Seller Inventory # 15819