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Louis Pauwels, among others, criticizes Gurdjieff for . Others refer to Gurdjieff's own books (detailed below) as the primary texts.

Louis Pauwels, among others, criticizes Gurdjieff for his insistence on considering people as "asleep" in a state closely resembling "hypnotic sleep"  .

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And if you have read the book, Gurdjieff, I must say to you that, from. my personal experience with Mr. G. for many years, I hope you do not.

Dear Miss West, Thank you. And if you have read the book, Gurdjieff, I must say to you that, from. wholly believe what the author has written about that curious, excentric. but deeply religious teacher of Ouspensky, Orage & many. another honorable pupil & follower. All are still very readable. Book covers may have sales stickers from previous booksellers, or may have remainder marks. Hardcovers may be missing the dust jacket. We accept returns quickly and without hassle if your book arrives differently than described.

His controversial book Monsieur Gurdjieff (1954) influenced public attitudes towards Gurdjieff for a number of years. Louis Pauwels is a French journalist and writer, born in Belgium 2 August 1920 and died January 28, 1997

His controversial book Monsieur Gurdjieff (1954) influenced public attitudes towards Gurdjieff for a number of years. Louis Pauwels is a French journalist and writer, born in Belgium 2 August 1920 and died January 28, 1997. Born in Ghent, Belgium but raised in France by Gustave Bouju, his father-legged because of the remarriage of his mother French, Louis Pauwels pronounced his own name, Povel, and pointed to Jacques Chancel in one of his X-ray that was how he had to decide, even if the exact pronunciation in Flanders had been ‘Pols’.

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Gurdjieff download epub
Author: Louis Pauwels
ISBN: 0877281785
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: S. Weiser (1972)
Pages: 456 pages