By Kathleen Riordan Speeth
It is now clear that George Ivanovith Gurdjieff ushered in a controversial "New Age" in the contemporary human growth movement, that tens of thousands worldwide have become his disciples over the past half-century, and that his personal magnetism was extraordinary. It is also true that his teachings, intentionally complex to assure careful readings, have never been easily mastered.
In The Gurdjieff Work, a note psychologist and Gurdjieff disciple combines her won personal and professional experience with the views of Orage, Oscar Ichazo, Claudio Naranjo, and others, to illuminate the most obscure facets of this enigmatic man and his writings. It is a lucid, revealing introduction to the man, his life and his works.
Fine condition. Scuffing and bending on outside cover. "Greene & Greene Library" stamp on title page.