Gurdjieff International Review
Martin Benson met Gurdjieff in France in the early 1930s. He experimented with farming methods in Europe, and his original and inventive ideas were behind studies at Mendham and Armonk including glass-blowing, iron work, and the creation of an Aeolian wind harp.
A poem about Martin Benson which evokes the presence of this one-of-a kind man of the earth and teacher. “You caught what you could and put it in your bag, knowing that it didnít add up to a whole, but represented the whole directly.”
This webpage © 2020 Gurdjieff Electronic Publishing|
Revision: March 1, 2020