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Overall, this book is fascinating reading for anyone.
This is one of the books that truly touched me deeply, and the first i read from Gurdjieff, other than In Search of the Miraculous.
Predictably there are those who find one objection or another to this book, and have come to conclusions without much basis.
Although you may have to be interested in Gurdjieff to enjoy this book, I found his story to be very interesting. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeffri D Smith
I have in my library about 30 books on or about Gurdjieff. I found great difficulty getting through Tales to His Grandson, and have never completed reading this trilogy. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Marc Seifer
It is a good thing to see and remember remarkable men, some may be just average in appearance but within is more than appears. Read morePublished 3 months ago by A. GIFT For You
On the surface it seems much more accessible than the First Series, but Meetings With Remarkable Men too is filled to the brim with layers and layers of deeper meaning. Read morePublished 3 months ago by James Guilford
I loved this book. It has a lot of the sound of Gerdgieff himself in it, and gives us a picture of the real man. It also helped me to understand more about his principals. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Byron Lacy
Gurdjieff's "meetings" shaped his life and his "Work". He gives us a fascinating insight into those people who were responsible for his development and approach to... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mark Rojek
It is not the stories or the particular people involved are the gold in this book. It is the intention of the stories which elevate the meaning for which it is valuable.Published 8 months ago by Tibor
I read this book many years ago, and was absolutely captivated by the book. I read it again after I bought it on the Kindle, and was a bit less captivated by the book. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Rajiv Chopra