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Call No Man Master by Joyce Collin-Smith
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Call No Man Master

by Joyce Collin-Smith

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This is the fascinating story of a woman's life and spiritual search that touches on all the great esoteric moments of the last century. Gurdjieff, Ouspensky, her brother-in-law Rodney Collin, and other spiritual supermen fired Joyce Collin-Smith's imagination from a young age and she literally 'sat at the feet' of many such masters and esoteric teachers.

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