The Rochester Gurdjieff Center has written and published a number of books. These publications include those listed below.
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A collection of observations and impressions from the members of the Rochester Gurdjieff Center, taken from their work to transform an old barn into a Movements Hall.
Written by Annabeth McCorkle
Illustrations by Alan Stewart
A timeless tale of struggle, selflessness, and transformation. The kramurg, an ugly, disagreeable beast, is happy with his plundering, self-centered lie. Then, unexpectedly confronted with the knowledge of his own inevitable death, he undertakes a quest to become a man. Step by step, the kramurg’s metamorphosis invites the reader to experience a sense of our shared plight and our common possibitly.
An autobiography of Louise March, G.I. Gurdjieff’s secretary and translator of Beelzebub’s Tales To His Grandson into German. Mrs. March worked with Mr. Gurdjieff from 1929 until his death in 1949.