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Gurdjieff books

Jul 23, 2008 02:39 AM
by kpauljohnson

Note that All and Everything is a series title.  Beelzebub's Tales is 
the one even harder to read than the SD, but Meetings with Remarkable 
Men is very accessible even to the point of being adapted for a movie.  
Best of the lot for an intro to his thought is the posthumously 
published collection of disciples' notes called Views from the Real 
World.  But it is widely agreed that Ouspensky's In Search of the 
Miraculous is a better read than any of the G. books.

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