The Gurdjieff Foundation

The Gurdjieff Foundation

Before his death in 1949, Gurdjieff entrusted the task of transmitting the teaching to his chief pupil, Jeanne de Salzmann, and a small circle of other pupils in France, England, and America who acknowledged her leadership. Under her guidance, the first centers of the Work were established in Paris, London, New York, and Caracas. Over the past half-century, other centers have radiated from them to major cities of the Western world. Most of the groups maintain close correspondence with the principal centers and most have developed under the personal guidance of one or two of the first-generation pupils of Gurdjieff. The Gurdjieff Foundation of Idaho is related to the Gurdjieff Foundations worldwide through its direct relationship with the Gurdjieff Foundation of San Francisco, as well as the Gurdjieff Foundation of New York. See: Gurdjieff-Foundation-of-California.org and Gurdjieff Foundation of New York.org.

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