Beelzebub's Tales to his Grandson
We generally include a study of Gurdjieff's extraordinary 'book', Beelzebub's Tales To His Grandson, as a central part of our work together. We've made a PDF copy of the 1950 edition of the Tales available through the link below. Use the comment section of this page to share your thoughts on BBT.
For those who have taken on the task of reading the whole of Beelzebub's Tales the menu on the left gives three different approaches: daily, weekly and over a period of two years. This breakdown comes from http://www.gurdjieff.org/syllabus.htm
The link above is for the 1950 Edition of the Tales. There have been several editions of the Tales with minor corrections and other editions with more substantial changes, along with the inevitable controversy arising from those changes. A history of BBT publications is available through this link.
Paul Beekman Taylor provided some interesting information and commentary on the controversy surrounding the 1992 Arkana edition in his article:
The Making of All and Everything: 1924 to 1950