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All and Everything: "An Objectively Impartial Criticism of the Life of Man," or "Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson" by G. I. Gurdjieff - Product Image

All and Everything: "An Objectively Impartial Criticism of the Life of Man," or "Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson" by G. I. Gurdjieff

Gurdjieff says that the purpose of this first series of his writings is “to destroy, mercilessly, without any compromises whatsoever, in the mentation and feelings of the reader, the beliefs and views, by centuries rooted in him, about everything existing in the world.” All and Everything contains the essence of Gurdjieff’s wisdom and understanding. This Two Rivers Press edition, first published in 1993, is an exact facsimile re-publication of the work as it was originally prepared for publication by Gurdjieff and published by Harcourt, Brace and Company in 1950. Hardbound Price: $50.00
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A. R. Orage's Commentaries on All and Everything: Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson edited by C. S. Nott - Product Image

A. R. Orage's Commentaries on All and Everything: Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson edited by C. S. Nott

Very few have the temerity to attempt making a commentary on All and Everything: Beelzebub’s Tales to the Grandson. Of the handful who have done so, Orage was surely the best qualified. This commentary was first printed in C.S. Knott’s Teachings of Gurdjieff, published in 1961. Orage’s skill as an editor and his deep respect for the content of Gurdjieff’s writings help bring out its unique quality as a scripture. This commentary helps to clarify the content of All and Everything. Hardbound and Hand bound Price: $20.00
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The Diary of Madame Egout Pour Sweet: With Mr. Gurdjieff in Paris 1948-1949 by Rina Hands  - Product Image

The Diary of Madame Egout Pour Sweet: With Mr. Gurdjieff in Paris 1948-1949 by Rina Hands

The word “egout,” the French word for sewer or drain, refers to the honorary title conferred on Rina Hands by Gurdjieff during her stay with him in Paris during the last months of his life from August 1948 to October 1949. It was one of the titles Gurdjieff used during his extraordinary meals with his pupils. Rina Hands typed Beelzebub’s Tales, took part in daily activities at Gurdjieff’s flat, and wrote this diary primarily for herself. Hardbound and Hand bound Price: $20.00
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Memories of Gurdjieff by A. L. Staveley - Product Image

Memories of Gurdjieff by A. L. Staveley

In Memories of Gurdjieff , A. L. Staveley gives a vivid portrait of Gurdjieff and conveys a poignant sense of the way he taught. In these vignettes his voice is heard and his teaching transmitted. A. L. Staveley was a pupil of Jane Heap in London from 1939 to1959. Her meetings with Gurdjieff took place between the end of World War II and Gurdjieff’s death in 1949. Hardbound and Hand bound Price: $20.00
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The Notes of Jane Heap by Jane Heap - Product Image

The Notes of Jane Heap by Jane Heap

Jane Heap studied with Gurdjieff and led groups in Paris and London. This book is a selection of notes for talks to her groups on the practice of Gurdjieff’s teaching. She challenges habits of thinking, provokes questions, and gives advice on inner work and tasks that lead to a deeper attention and seeing oneself as one is. Hardbound and Hand bound Price: $30.00
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Seven Aspects of Self-Observation by Irv Givot  - Product Image

Seven Aspects of Self-Observation by Irv Givot

Irv Givot, a student of A. L. Staveley, writes about his experiences in working with G. I. Gurdjieff’s method of self-observation. He illustrates with the enneagram the process of self-observation and shares experiences which have led to greater understandings. Hardbound and Hand bound Price: $18.00
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Themes I, II, and III by A. L. Staveley and others - Product Image

Themes I, II, and III by A. L. Staveley and others

These themes, presented on work days at Two Rivers Farm, are meant to be read, worked on, and discussed. Designed for those who are interested in learning how to practice the Gurdjieff work, they are not meant to answer questions but to bring into question some of the material in us which we take for granted. They are elementary exercises in self-study, a springboard for a practical approach to the Gurdjieff ideas. Mrs. Staveley, the founder and leader of Two Rivers Farm, presented the themes in Themes I. Hardbound and Hand bound Price: $22.00 each
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Themes II - Product Image

Themes II

Themes II contains more practical exercises in self-study based on Gurdjieff’s ideas. They were formulated by Mrs. Staveley and senior group members at Two Rivers Farm.
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Themes III

Themes III contains additional practical exercises in self-study based on Gurdjieff’s ideas as formulated by Mrs. Staveley and senior group members at Two Rivers Farm.
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Aim and Wish by A. L. Staveley and others - Product Image

Aim and Wish by A. L. Staveley and others

How to formulate an aim is an essential part of the Gurdjieff work. This booklet addresses that question. It was originally published for Two Rivers Farm group members, but so many have found it to be helpful that it is being made available to the larger work community. Hand bound Price: $5.00.
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Where Is Bernardino? by A. L. Staveley  - Product Image

Where Is Bernardino? by A. L. Staveley

Where is Bernardino? is the story of children in a pre-school. This book highlights the drama of the total engagement in the here and now that characterizes the life of a child. It is written by a teacher who guides without interfering, observes without intruding, and values with clarity the ingredients that go into the making of a child’s life. Hardbound and Hand bound. Price: $10.00
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The Pearl: Hymn of the Robe of Glory illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian - Product Image

The Pearl: Hymn of the Robe of Glory illustrated by Nonny Hogrogian

This beautiful little book brings to life a hymn that tells the age-old story of the Prodigal Son, the story of a boy’s discovery of his real purpose in life. This is a book for all ages. Hardbound. Price: $10.00
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