Continuing Events to Introduce the Gurdjieff Teaching

NOTE: Due to the Covid-19 situation, we are, of course, going to reschedule the event listed below. At this point, we hope to reschedule in September, but we won't be able to list a specific date until the situation is more clear.

However, we would be very happy to continue to take your RSVP and be in touch with anyone who is interested via email and/or possibly a video meeting. We appreciate your interest and hope that everyone stays healthy during this challenging time.

To RSVP for the rescheduled event:

Next Introductory Event from the NY Gurdjieff Foundation:

A Way In Life:

An introduction to the teaching of G.I. Gurdjieff and how to have a practical search for meaning in the midst of the modern world.

This event will feature opening remarks from two of the senior members of the Gurdjieff Foundation along with time for an exchange.

There will also be a showing of a remarkable and rarely shown documentary film by the award-winning director Ken Burns. The film, “In the Marketplace” addresses the idea of search in life with its subject William Segal.

Sunday, April 5
6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Location: The Sheen Center for Thought & Culture
Studio A, 18 Bleecker St., New York (enter via Elizabeth Street)
Admission is Free

For more information or to RSVP:
phone: 917-268 5811

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Ongoing Readings:

Due to the uncertainty of the spread of the coronavirus, we are postponing the reading and exchange sessions until further notice. If you are interested in these sessions, please keep checking this website or email

These sessions, including readings and conversation, will explore various aspects of this theme:

The Question of Attention in an Age of Distraction

Note that the sessions are open by invitation only to those who have attended our introductory events or previous reading sessions. Registration is required.

There will be three Friday sessions this winter and spring: March 13, March 27, and April 17, each starting at 7:30 pm and lasting about an hour.

If you are interested in attending, please email for more information.

Previous Introductory Events