The Master & The Carriage

In this allegory the carriage represents the body, the horse one’s feelings and desires, the driver the mind, while the master (the passenger) represents I, consciousness and will. Work on oneself must begin with the driver. In order to be able to hear the master’s voice, the driver, first of all, must not be asleep, that is he must wake up and learn the language that enables communication and connection with each part.

Not great quality video, but an insightful watch. See below for more material on this allegory.

This is a more in-depth look at the allegory of the carriage and the master used by Gurdjieff to teach about our different “I’s.”

Ever wondered how to become master of your Self and develop true Free Will? Open your mind and listen to this gospel 🙂

Part I and II.

This is a more in-depth look at the allegory of the carriage and the master used by Gurdjieff to teach about our different “I’s.”

Ever wondered how to become master of your Self and develop true Free Will and immortality?

Then open your mind and listen to the gospel 🙂

Part I and II.