P.D. Ouspensky

When P.D. Ouspensky was asked if he intended to publish his lectures, he anwered: "What's the use? The most important is not the lectures but the questions and answers"... A RECORD OF MEETINGS is one of the three books, together with THE FOURTH WAY and A FURTHER RECORD, that are the records of those questions and answers from meetings that Ouspensky held in the 1930s and 1940s.

Ouspensky gave lectures and held meetings to discuss a vast range of subjects with his circle. These books contain transcripts of numerous meetings at which Ouspensky answered questions on a great many issues ranging from evolution, the will, the self and religion to culture, thought and intelligence.

From the precision of his responses and the acuity of his answers Ouspensky emerges as one of the most profound and influential masters of the spoken as well as the written word.