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McCorkle, Annabeth W. 2012 The Gurdjieff Years, 1929–1949: Recollections of Louise Goepfert March. Moore, James 1991 Gurdjieff: The Anatomy of a Myth. Element Books, Dorset. 2005 Gurdjieffian Confessions. Gurdjieff Studies, Hove. Harcourt Brace, New York. 1986 A Further Record: Extracts from Meetings 1928–1945.

Ouspensky documented Gurdjieff as saying that "two or three thousand years ago there were yet other ways which no longer exist . The Gurdjieff Years 1929–1949: Recollections of Louise March by Annabeth McCorkle (2012)

Ouspensky documented Gurdjieff as saying that "two or three thousand years ago there were yet other ways which no longer exist and the ways now in existence were not so divided, they stood much closer to one another. The Gurdjieff Years 1929–1949: Recollections of Louise March by Annabeth McCorkle (2012). Georgi Ivanovitch Gurdjieff - The Man, The Teaching, His Mission by William Patrick Patterson (2014). Some moments with Mr. Gurdjieff and others, France 1949.

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3 The Gurdjieff Years 1929–1949: Recollections of Louise March, by Beth McCorkle, Walworth, New York: The Work Study Association, 1990, p. 33. 4 Ibid. p. 46. 7 Gurdjieff’s nickname for Dushka was Sophie.

Louise Goepfert March recalled the work on Beelzebub’s Tales throughout the summer of 1929, when the first chapter was rewritten into over a dozen . The Gurdjieff Years 1929–1949: Recollections of Louise March.

Louise Goepfert March recalled the work on Beelzebub’s Tales throughout the summer of 1929, when the first chapter was rewritten into over a dozen versions from twenty to forty pages; and still some stories were left out. If the first chapter she refers to is The Arousing of Thought, its content must have changed considerably since it was first dictated in Russian to Olga de Hartmann three and one half years earlier.

The Gurdjieff Years: 1929-1949 Recollections of Louise Goepfert March By Annabeth McCorkle Louise Goepfert March was G. I. Gurdjieff's student, secretary, and the translator of the German edition of his magnus opus, Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson. Her association with him lasted from 1929 until his death in 1949. She devoted the rest of her life to the transmission of his teaching. In the months preceding her death in 1987, Louise March worked with Annabeth McCorkle to produce this first-hand account of her years with George Ivanovich Gurdjieff. Here in stunning glimpses, Gurdjieff's ideas are discovered at work in the formation of a life dedicated to the search for Truth. The narrative renders boldly and in rich detail Louise Goepfert's first meeting with Gurdjieff in New York City. The account of her subsequent years at the Prieuré in France--during which she received Gurdjieff's "all-embracing education"-- is liberally salted with anecdotes describing this great teacher's unorthodox methods. Unique in the Gurdjieff literature is a chapter devoted to the translation of Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson. This expanded edition includes new material reflective of her life and work. Of note are the inclusion of excerpts of her letters to Alfons Paquet written between 1929 and 1931 and her essay, "An Introduction to The Tibetan Book of the Dead, containing some suggestions as to the right method of reading Gurdjieff's Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson."

The Gurdjieff Years 1929-1949 Recollections of Louise Goepfert March epub download

ISBN13: 978-9072395788

ISBN: 9072395786

Author: Annabeth McCorkle

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Language: English

Publisher: Eureka Editions; New Expanded Edition edition (2012)

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Anarius
Alot of information from someone who was close to Gurdjieff, and a key partner in writing. Glimpses of the work at work.
Anarius
Alot of information from someone who was close to Gurdjieff, and a key partner in writing. Glimpses of the work at work.
Nikojas
Vivid description!
Nikojas
Vivid description!
Grosho
This revised version of an earlier edition, fills out many details that were not included the first time around. Added translated letters to friends, and other new material makes it a clearer picture of how this remarkable man came to teach so many people and affect their lives so deeply. Not only do we get a sense of the man and how he worked with people, helping them develop as a human being, but we see the direct affect he had on one of his closest students. Had he not given so much, and demanded so much, Louise March might not have grown to become the powerhouse of a teacher she was in her own right. In her, we see the qualities of patience, perseverance, and a life of questioning and search, that many could strive to emulate. Thank you for taking the time to update the original version.
Grosho
This revised version of an earlier edition, fills out many details that were not included the first time around. Added translated letters to friends, and other new material makes it a clearer picture of how this remarkable man came to teach so many people and affect their lives so deeply. Not only do we get a sense of the man and how he worked with people, helping them develop as a human being, but we see the direct affect he had on one of his closest students. Had he not given so much, and demanded so much, Louise March might not have grown to become the powerhouse of a teacher she was in her own right. In her, we see the qualities of patience, perseverance, and a life of questioning and search, that many could strive to emulate. Thank you for taking the time to update the original version.
Oveley
In a world sorely lacking support and stamina for a real exploration of our humanity and it's possibilities, comes a brave and lucid account of an unusual and rich relationship, which does just that.
This is a book to come back to again and again, not so much as entertainment, but to follow the rich spectrum of thought and feeling recounted with the recollections. One can't help but see ones own reaction to the exchanges between Mr. Gurdjieff and Mrs. March.
The telling of the story as told from Louise March to Annabeth McCorkle, then to us, offers to the careful reader, a new avenue of exploration.
Oveley
In a world sorely lacking support and stamina for a real exploration of our humanity and it's possibilities, comes a brave and lucid account of an unusual and rich relationship, which does just that.
This is a book to come back to again and again, not so much as entertainment, but to follow the rich spectrum of thought and feeling recounted with the recollections. One can't help but see ones own reaction to the exchanges between Mr. Gurdjieff and Mrs. March.
The telling of the story as told from Louise March to Annabeth McCorkle, then to us, offers to the careful reader, a new avenue of exploration.
Fordg
This book gave me a new appreciation of the life of Mrs March and her work with Mr. Gurdjieff. The stories of their time together were both very informative and useful in understanding this Way of inner-development.
Fordg
This book gave me a new appreciation of the life of Mrs March and her work with Mr. Gurdjieff. The stories of their time together were both very informative and useful in understanding this Way of inner-development.
Pipet
I enjoyed this tremendously - simple as that. Reading about the day-to-day details of Gurdjieff's life during the 30s and 40s was most captivating. And interesting - especially because it's a perspective I hadn't gotten in any other books on him (except in the first edition of this book). It provides a nice view on all else that was going on with Gurdjieff, his secretary Louise March and other pupils and friends while he was writing, teaching and traveling.
Pipet
I enjoyed this tremendously - simple as that. Reading about the day-to-day details of Gurdjieff's life during the 30s and 40s was most captivating. And interesting - especially because it's a perspective I hadn't gotten in any other books on him (except in the first edition of this book). It provides a nice view on all else that was going on with Gurdjieff, his secretary Louise March and other pupils and friends while he was writing, teaching and traveling.
Xirmiu
I enthusiastically concur with Birdlover's review. This is a clear, well written and organized account of the recollections of Louise March during the time she studied with G.I. Gurdjieff. My thanks to the author for documenting this rich and inspiring story.
Xirmiu
I enthusiastically concur with Birdlover's review. This is a clear, well written and organized account of the recollections of Louise March during the time she studied with G.I. Gurdjieff. My thanks to the author for documenting this rich and inspiring story.
If you want to read a boring account of Gurdjieff's relocations from Paris to New York and back again and how he went to the cafe every morning and how he asks Louise to hit up people for money to keep paying the bills, this is for you! I half expected to read about Gurdjieff's morning bowel movements... The only interesting bit is on pages 104 to 112 where he talks to Louise's children and tells them mysterious things about their future. She was apparently his secretary and it reads like a secretary's account, even further expanded upon by the secretary's secretary-Ann McCorkle's-account, who maybe thought she was tapping into some Pulitzer material as she sat recording the elderly secretary's memories in the backyard gazebo! Invoices for steamship staterooms from 1932 are hardly instructive in the pursuit of enlightenment. About as exciting as a typing class!
If you want to read a boring account of Gurdjieff's relocations from Paris to New York and back again and how he went to the cafe every morning and how he asks Louise to hit up people for money to keep paying the bills, this is for you! I half expected to read about Gurdjieff's morning bowel movements... The only interesting bit is on pages 104 to 112 where he talks to Louise's children and tells them mysterious things about their future. She was apparently his secretary and it reads like a secretary's account, even further expanded upon by the secretary's secretary-Ann McCorkle's-account, who maybe thought she was tapping into some Pulitzer material as she sat recording the elderly secretary's memories in the backyard gazebo! Invoices for steamship staterooms from 1932 are hardly instructive in the pursuit of enlightenment. About as exciting as a typing class!