Gurdjieff International Review / Vol. XI, No. 1: The Oral Tradition

Gurdjieff International Review / Vol. XI, No. 1: The Oral Tradition

Gregory M. Loy, Publisher

This issue is guest-edited by Mary Stein. It is extraordinary because many of the writings are by people participating in work conditions today. "That a teaching is communicated in many ways -- through person-to-person exchange, through music and sacred dance, song and story -- has become more and more clear. Above all, we have come to see that the oral tradition means that the teaching lives and continues through those who seek to embody it; it comes to life only within a community of seekers working together in special conditions."

Gurdjieff International Review / Vol. XI, No. 1: The Oral Tradition

SKU: GIR XI-1
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  • PUBLISHER INFORMATION

    Los Altos, CA: Gurdjieff Electronic Publishing, 2012

     Perfect bound periodical, 84 pages