2004. Paperback in new condition. Item #9334
Articles focus on observations on the relationship of pupil and teacher within the context of the Gurdjieff teaching and include The Key to a Teaching by D. M. Dooling; Guidance Under Lord Pentland's Direction by Don Hoyt; Record of a Search: Working with Michel Conge in France by Ricardo Guillon (excerpts from the recently published book); Inner Octaves and Eastern Music by Jeffrey Werbock, A long time student of the Gurdjieff teaching, Jeffrey Werbock is also a performer of the Azerbaijani art music known as mugham; The Death of Gurdjieff by William Welch; What Did Gurdjieff Give to Me? by Paul Beekman Taylor; Inventors of Gurdjieff by Paul Beekman Taylor, in this rigorous study of the Gurdjieff literature, Paul Taylor demonstrates how much of it is "false, misleading and speculative," and in so doing, presents us with an opportunity to reexamine our own knowledge and beliefs; Gurdjieff by Carl Zigrosser, in this 1929 article, "Zigrosser makes no attempt to explain the Gurdjieff philosophy, but gives a vivid picture of a visit to the Gurdjieff Institute and a personal sketch of its head;" Gurdjieff-Salzmann-Orage by Carl Zigrosser; Thomas de Hartmann: A Composer's Life by John Mangan; Gurdjeef at Taliesin by Frank Lloyd Wright; Monsieur X: The Fortune-Teller by Richard Heron Ward, Taken from the author's book, A Gallery of Mirrors: Memories of Childhood, Boyhood and Early Youth, this story describes a remarkable encounter between the author and a fortune teller in Paris in 1928. 74 pages.