Probably one of the most misunderstood and misinterpreted spiritual teachers of all time, George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff was one of those rare spirits who went searching for the Truth and actually found it. Born in Alexandropol, Russia in 1866, by the time he died in 1949, Gurdjieff had followers all over the world. His teachings are preserved in a series of three books, the first of which is titled, 'All and Everything — Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson'
Listed in Martin Seymour Smiths' 'The 100 Most Influential Books Ever Written'
, 'All and Everything'
is full of information that correlates directly with much of what Drunvalo has shared in his workshops and videotapes over the years. In 2038 pages Gurdjieff takes us through the history of mankind and shows us his vision of our purpose in the vast cosmological scheme. Written in a patterned language designed to break down automatic thinking this book is not
for the faint of heart — but anyone who wants to gain deeper insight into the laws that govern the complexities of the human experience will be moved and inspired by it.