Jan Cox, 20th Century American mystic, philosopher of the supramechanical and humorist of the ontological, is the subject of this blog written by an acquaintance of his as a means of publicizing the thoughts of this extraordinary presence.
It suddenly occurs to me that my blog title could be confusing. As if I thought there were distinctions to note and classify within "the experience." My intent was to reference Gurdjieff, (quoted by Ouspensky) when he spoke about the future of the Work, and a movement he saw from Russia through Europe and on.
There is something to which the Work, (as the 20th century called it), points. Something that is rarely directly discussed, and now I wonder if I should elaborate. I refer to the "how", the how of self-observation. And I wonder why, this, the most important thing, is superficially neglected. I say most important thing, even though some could argue the results were the most important. The "how" makes it possible. I do not know the answer.