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Journey Through This World: Meeting With Gurdjieff Orage And Ouspensky

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  • Title: Journey Through This World: Meeting With Gurdjieff Orage And Ouspensky
  • Author: C.S. Nott
  • ISBN: 9780877281054
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. A continuation of his earlier book, The Teachings of Gurdjieff, this is an intimate look into the life of a follower of the ideas of G.I. Gurdjieff, from 1927 to 1949. It includes time spent at the Prieure, as well as in various spots in England and France, as well as at Taliesin and the Putney School in Vermont. What sets Nott apart from other chroniclers is his ability to remember verbal exchanges with a great many people, including Gurdjieff, Jane Heap, Ouspensky, Orage, and Oligivana and Fra [...]

    2. I am really enjoying this book,,,it is a rebirth of sorts,,,I just remembered I have read i t b e f o r e. Life is amazing still worth the re read tho. Enjoy the sunshine regards gAlmost done with the re read about at 200 pagesllllJourney Through This World: Meeting With Gurdjieff Orage And Ouspensky by C.S. NottMy rating: 5 of 5 starsI am really enjoying this book,,,it is a rebirth of sorts,,,I just remembered I have read i t b e f o r e. Life is amazing still worth the re read tho. Enjoy the s [...]

    3. This is less a book about Gurdjieff than an account of the authors travels, and how he utilizes what he learned at the Prieure. It is a fine meditation on landscapes, nations and the people he meets. A great compassion for his subjects, especially AR Orage and Ouspensky emerges. More than anything, this is an invaluable glimpse into the ideological currents bubbling beneath the surface of American and British culture during the pre-war years (utopian communal projects like Taliesin, The Putney [...]

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