During the mid-thirties in Paris, Gurdjieff drew together four
women: Solita Solano, Kathryn Hulme, Alice Rohrer and Elizabeth
Gordon -- and formed a special, mutually supporting work group.
In allegory he explained: You are going on a journey under my
guidance, an "inner-world journey" like a high mountain climb where
you must be roped together for safety, where each must think of the
others on the rope, all for one and one for all. You must, in
short, help each other "as hand washes hand," each contributing to
the company according to her lights, according to her means. Only
faithful hard work on yourselves will get you where I want you to
go, not your wishing.
Among themselves they called their foursome "The Rope."
The company around Gurdjieff's table, his principal teaching
site, soon expanded to include Louise Davidson, Margaret Anderson,
Georgette Leblanc and Jane Heap.
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