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Paperback • 156 pages
“This book is about Transformation, that is, the process by
which a man can pass beyond the limitations of his own
nature and become a “New Man.” I shall assume, without
attempting to produce the evidence that justifies the
assumption, that we all have the urge to seek for this
transformation and that it is just this urge that distinguishes
man from the brutes. Many descriptions have been given
in religious and non-religious terms of the changes in a man
that transformation brings. I shall not start by discussing the
end — if indeed there is an end, because I believe that
transformation by its very nature once started is endless.” —J.G.
“JG Bennett met and obtained help from many remarkable
men: G.I. Gurdjieff, P.D. Ouspensky, the Shivapuri Baba, to
name but three. At the age of seventy, when he wrote this
book, Bennett had just succeeded in clarifying for himself
many subtle and difficult ideas about the nature of man and
the possible transformation of human nature. Having
worked with the teaching of Gurdjieff over a period of fifity
years, he could see just how far he himself had come along
the way of this transformation and, with the special freedom
and intellectual clarity that come from the completion of his
major creative work, The Dramatic Universe, he surely
saw more deeply than ever before. In Transformation
he sets himself to see what is really important in all that he
had learnt, and expresses it in a simple concrete way to
have an immediate impact on others.” —Ken Pledge
New Edition. Updated Foreword by Ken Pledge.