In the twentieth century G.I. Gurdjieff introduced to the world
a spiritual teaching of vast magnitude, at one and the same
time profoundly original and yet deeply faithful to the Ancient
Tradition. He was "a human megalith, towering above his
contemporaries, in a place by himself, ancient, anonymous, indecipherable."
The Gurdjieff Work seeks to reflect his vision, offering a
path of conscious awakening leading to the personal rediscovery
of man's sacred inner possibilities.
Throughout his life Gurdjieff worked intensely with pupils
who would be responsible for the transmission of the teaching.
After his death these pupils came together under the name of
the Gurdjieff Foundation.
The original Gurdjieff Foundation groups were established in
Paris, London, New York and Caracas. The teaching radiated from
those centers and can now be found in metropolitan areas around
The Gurdjieff Foundation and affiliated groups welcome inquiries
from all who want to learn more about the work in all its various