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Sometimes you even doubt that one person could experience as much in one life. He also employees a dry sense of humor And there is some evidence that he also employed his emotional mind as well, although this occurs without his attention I feel Gurdjieff said a lot in this book but left even more unsaid: On the first part the book does well where one gets to know him as an individual and his journey although all characters mentioned are not as impactfull. The second series of Gurdjieff's writings, Meetings with Remarkable Men was written, in Gurdjieff's words, "to acquaint the reader with the material required for a new creation and to prove the soundness and good quality of it. He had no compunctions about shaving a fool. They were Kurd sheep-dogs, very vicious, and in another moment they would have torn us to pieces if I had not instinctively pulled Pogossian down and made him sit beside me on the road. The best part of this book unlike rest of his books is that Gurdjieff is not cryptic in telling tales. Particularly, I didn't know that there was a mystic club or that he bought some Edison phonograph in Baku, where it was not that precious thing, but which brought him a fortune in another city. We were greatly excited.
Con Incontri con uomini straordinari, pubblicato postumo nel , Gurdjieff non ci introduce soltanto al suo insegnamento, ma solleva il velo sulla sua vita precedente all'arrivo in Francia. Con Incontri con uomini straordinari, pubblicato postumo nel , Gurdjieff non ci introduce soltanto al suo insegnamento, ma solleva il velo sulla sua vita precedente all’arrivo in Francia. Incontro con uomini straordinari è così il racconto tanto di un viaggio esteriore, tra vari paesi e città, quanto di un viaggio interiore, alla ricerca di se stesso e della verità della vita. Dopo un inizio un po’ in sordina, il film prende, tanto da risultare coinvolgente e a tratti emozionante, con anche sprazzi di . Incontri con uomini straordinari (Meetings with Remarkable Men) è un film del , ideato e diretto da Peter Brook, tratto dall'omonimo romanzo di Georges Ivanovič Gurdjieff.