Journey to Inaccesible Places An account of a pilgrimage on motorbike to
Fountaineblau, Avon and Paris, with high-res pictures of The Prieuré,
Gurdjieff′s appartment in Paris and Gurdjieff′s and Catherine Mansfield′s
Interview With Plavan N. Go Plavan N. Go, a Japanese linguist and sannyasin,
was initiated to the ideas of Gurdjieff in 1984 through a Japanese
translation project of the Beelzebub′s Tales to His Grandson. He has studied the
Movements since 1990, and involved in the work around the Movements at
Osho Commune International (India)
up to 2001.
His website (in Japanese), with lots of photos, notably of
places where Gurdjieff used to live and work.
G.I. Gurdjieff and his School
A survey by Jacob Needleman of those aspects of Gurdjieff′s life and teaching that are of
signal importance for anyone approaching this influential spiritual teacher for the first time.
Gurdjieff International Review
provides lots of information on Gurdjieff′s writings and his disciples. There are book reviews and a list of organisations.
Never forget that every stick has two ends.
The devil can lead you to paradise, and God, directly to Hell.
offering Telos, an international or domestic journal, devoted to Gurdjieff′s
Fourth Way. There′s a bookshop and Fourth Way documentary video′s about the origin of
Gurdjieff′s teaching in Egypt.
The aim of the association is to preserve the essence, the
specificity and the integrity of all aspects of Gurdjieff′s
teaching. The Association was formed soon after Gurdjieff′s death,
according to directions he had previously given to
Salzmann, by four founder-members: