GURDJIEFF’S EARLY TALKS 1914-1931

GURDJIEFF'S EARLY TALKS 1914-1931GURDJIEFF’S EARLY TALKS 1914–1931
In Moscow, St. Petersburg, Essentuki, Tiflis, Constantinople, Berlin, Paris, London, Fontainebleau, New York, and Chicago

With a foreword by Joseph Azize

Author: Gurdjieff, G. I.
ISBN: 978-0-9572481-1-3
Binding: Hardback
Publisher: Book Studio
Publish Date: 2014
Pages: 464
Size: 5.5″ x 8.5″

The talks in this volume are not verbatim transcriptions. In the early years of Gurdjieff’s exposition of the fourth way teaching, he rarely allowed notes to be taken during his talks. The majority of his early talks were written down after the fact by pupils who were present, either individually or collectively, and should be taken as recollections of what people believed Gurdjieff to have said.

The provenance of the talks are library archives, private collections, and individuals from all around the world. They have been arranged chronologically and are presented in this edition for the first time in their entirety.

Over one hundred authentic talks, unaltered and unexpurgated.
Illustrated and fully indexed with exercises, sayings and aphorisms.

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Joseph Azize Reviews: Gurdjieff’s Early Talks

John Robert Colombo reviews Gurdjieff’s Early Talks

See also Anthony Blake’s page ‘The Gurdjieff Readings’ for selected recordings of the talks

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