A “second generation” of “grand-daughters” ranging in age from fifty-five to no-longer-alive.
The relatively-unknown and some of the coming-to-be-known women who have been and are presently part of the transmission of Gurdjieff’s Teachings from then to now.
“I saw ‘myself’ as the only thing I could work on, not the doing away with war over which we have no control in our present state.”– Marjorie Von Harten, in her book Walking in the World.
“The primary effort in work on the body is to anchor the attention… here in the flesh.”– Patty de Llosa, in her book The Practice of Presence.
“Dorothy Phillpotts’ book brings the objective and the subjective together.”– Peter Brook, from his Foreword to Phillpotts’ book Discovering Gurdjieff.
“Those who search and find an answer… have an obligation to share this experience with others.”– Melissa Marston Macleod, in her book My Life: a Spiritual Quest.