The Teachers of Gurdjieff
The Teachers of Gurdjieff is a book by Rafael Lefort that describes a journey to the middle east and central Asia in search of the sources of G. I. Gurdjieff's teaching, and culminates in the author's own spiritual awakening, by meeting and "opening" to the teachings of the Naqshbandi Sufis.
|Publisher||Victor Gollancz, Malor Books|
|Media type||Print (Hardback & Paperback)|
|ISBN||1-883536-16-2 (2nd ed. paperback)|
|LC Class||BP605.G94 G87 1998|
The book is considered by many to be a product of the Sufi school associated with Idries Shah and his brother Omar Ali-Shah. The Gurdjieff biographer James Moore described the book as a "distasteful fabrication" 
The book first appeared in 1966 from the British publishing house Victor Gollancz. A second edition was published in 1998 by Malor Books under the editorial directorship of Robert Ornstein, a prominent American associate of Idries Shah. A Spanish version has been published by Alif Publishing Corp., which publishes many of Omar Ali-Shah's works, and a Portuguese one by Edições Dervish. A French version ("Les maîtres de Gurdjieff") has been published by Le Courrier du Livre in 1977.
- Neo-Sufism: The Case of Idries Shah, first published in Religion Today magazine
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