P. D. Ouspensky

Gurdjieff International Review

NOT A CULT.

Dancing to Develop the Mind

by E. C. Bowyer


Ouspensky, a middle-aged, much-traveled and learned Russian who lives at West Kensington, is the chief missionary for Gurdjieff’s strange academy in the Forest of Fontainebleau which has been described in the Daily News. Among well-known people deeply interested in the school are Mr. Algernon Blackwood, Mr. J. D. Beresford, Mr. A. R. Orage, Mr. J. W. N. Sullivan, Mr. Middleton Murry, Dr. Maurice Nichol, and Lady Rothermere. By his lectures and books, Mr. Ouspensky hopes to attract a number of other distinguished students, but at present he is only attempting to appeal to a very limited circle.…

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