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All and Everything

Gurdjieff Group of Salt Lake City, Utah

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Three books by Gurdjieff were published after his death: Beelzebub’s Tales to His
, Meetings with Remarkable Men, and Life is Real Only Then, When ‘I Am’.
This trilogy is Gurdjieff’s legominism known collectively as All and Everything.
A legominism is, according to Gurdjieff, “one of the means of transmitting
information about certain events of long-past ages through initiates.”



The All and Everything Gurdjieff Group of Salt Lake City, Utah

Salt Lake City’s All and Everything Gurdjieff group endeavors to study the teaching of
G.I. Gurdjieff with weekly group meetings, reading Beelzebub’s Tales and other related literature, and monthly Movements weekends. Our group has associations with Annie
Lou Staveley’s Two Rivers Farm in Oregon, and the annual
All and Everything International Humanities Conference Associated efforts include Fifth Press’s publication of Keith A. Buzzell’s essays, based
on his lifetime’s study of Beelzebub’s Tales to His Grandson. Keith’s three books have been cited as “a major illustrated attempt to bring out the meaning and significance of Gurdjieff’s philosophical ideas.” More detail is available at Also associated, the Golden Rule Project has placed illustrated golden rule broadsides in educational settings throughout Utah. The All and Everything Gurdjieff group extends an open invitation to anyone interested. Please contact Bonnie Phillips by telephone (801) 433-6274 or email: and on Facebook.


G.I. Gurdjieff, All and Everything, and Views from the Real World: Early Talks of Gurdjieff


P.D. Ouspensky, In Search of the Miraculous, The Fourth Way


C.S. Nott; Teachings of Gurdjieff: A Pupil’s Journal


Kathryn Hulme; The Undiscovered Country: A Spiritual Adventure


A.L. Staveley; Themes


Kathleen Riordan Speeth; The Gurdjieff Work


Cecil Lewis; A Wish to Be


Jacob Needleman: Why Can’t We Be Good?


Maurice Nicoll; Psychological Commentaries on the Teaching of Gurdjieff and Ouspensky