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  • Are the teachings of K going to meet the same fate of Buddha's and Christ's?

    Are the teachings of K going to meet the same fate of Buddha's and Christ's?12 minutes

    Rajghat 1985 - Question from Public Discussion


  • What is guilt?

    What is guilt?35 minutes

    Saanen 1985 - Question #2 from Question and Answer Meeting #1


  • On gurus saying they give the same teaching as K

    On gurus saying they give the same teaching as K13 minutes

    Saanen 1985 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #1


  • Why do you come to these meetings?

    Why do you come to these meetings?21 minutes

    Saanen 1985 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #1


  • How shall I be rid of the fear of death?

    How shall I be rid of the fear of death?7 minutes

    Madras 1981-1982 - Question #5 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    "I am a 12 year old boy. I am constantly afraid of death. How shall I be rid of this fear?"


  • What do you mean by 'Give your life to understand life'?

    What do you mean by 'Give your life to understand life'?4 minutes

    Madras 1981-1982 - Question #4 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    "You once said, 'Give your life to understand life.' What does it mean?"


  • Can one remain unaffected by the disorder of the world?

    Can one remain unaffected by the disorder of the world?11 minutes

    Madras 1981-1982 - Question #3 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    "Even though I am able to bring about order within myself, the disorder and pressure of the world around me constantly affect my daily life. Is it possible to remain unaffected?"


  • On right action and self-knowledge

    On right action and self-knowledge21 minutes

    Madras 1981-1982 - Question #2 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    "What is the place of right action in one's quest for self-knowledge?"


  • Is there no place in your teachings to fight injustice?

    Is there no place in your teachings to fight injustice?20 minutes

    Madras 1981-1982 - Question #1 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    "We live in a corrupt and unjust society. Is there no place in your teaching to fight on behalf of the victims of injustice?"


  • What is the nature of freedom?

    What is the nature of freedom?4 minutes

    Madras 1981-1982 - Question #4 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    "What is the nature of freedom? Why does it happen?"


  • What is sorrow?

    What is sorrow?5 minutes

    Madras 1981-1982 - Question #3 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    "What is sorrow?"


  • What should be done to help India and its people?

    What should be done to help India and its people?12 minutes

    Madras 1981-1982 - Question #2 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    "Tell us, sir, what should be done seriously to help the country and the people of the country, for no philosophy, nor books, nor talks, can solve these problems."


  • Death - What happens if I don't end all the content of my consciousness?

    Death - What happens if I don't end all the content of my consciousness?30 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1981 - Extract #1 from Public Meeting #3

    "Death - What happens if I don't end all the content of my consciousness?"


  • How can liberation be a matter of the whole of humanity?

    How can liberation be a matter of the whole of humanity?13 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1981 - Question #5 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    "You say liberation is not an individual matter but concerns humanity as a whole. Yet liberating insight has been the unique achievement of individuals like the Buddha and the Christ, and perhaps yourself. How can it be a matter of the whole of humanity?"


  • What is the right relationship to money?

    What is the right relationship to money?17 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1981 - Question #4 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    "What is the right relationship to money?"


  • What is right action that will meet everything in our lives?

    What is right action that will meet everything in our lives?19 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1981 - Question #3 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    "What is right action that will meet everything in our lives?"


  • On man's search for something truly religious

    On man's search for something truly religious17 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1981 - Question #2 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    "Is man's search for something truly religious simply an extension of his eternal acquisitiveness, selfishness, or is it something entirely different, not a reaction but a deep fundamental movement towards an ultimate reality?"


  • How do we meet life as it is today?

    How do we meet life as it is today?16 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1981 - Question #1 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    "We find ourselves living in fear of war, of losing a job, if we have one, in fear of terrorism, of the violence of our children, of being at the mercy of inept politicians. How do we meet life as it is today?"


  • How can I penetrate the problem of pain without becoming theoretical?

    How can I penetrate the problem of pain without becoming theoretical?27 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1981 - Question #3 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    "I am in pain. However I try to meet it I do not come to the totality of the fact. It invariably remains partial and becomes an abstraction, and the pain continues. How can I penetrate the problem without it becoming theoretical?"


  • What is it in the human mind that wants to follow?

    What is it in the human mind that wants to follow?41 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1981 - Question #2 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    "What is it in the human mind that wants to follow a leader, a guru, a system, a belief, be obedient to something?"


  • Do your schools create an elite atmosphere?

    Do your schools create an elite atmosphere?9 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1981 - Question #1 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    "You have often said that no one can show the way to truth, yet your schools are said to help their members to understand themselves. Is this not a contradiction? Does it not create an elite atmosphere?"


  • How do I deal with my deep-rooted violence?

    How do I deal with my deep-rooted violence?10 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #7 from Question & Answer Meeting #4

    'There is a deep root of violence in me. I know it is there behind my other feelings. How do I deal with it?'


  • What is my relationship to society?

    What is my relationship to society?6 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #6 from Question & Answer Meeting #4

    'I am appalled at what is happening in society today. I do not want to be a part of it. Yet I realise I am not separate. What is my relationship to society?'


  • On revolution in consciousness

    On revolution in consciousness9 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #5 from Question & Answer Meeting #4

    'The essential response to the conflict in the world is a revolution in consciousness, in each individual, but does this mean that without that total action all lesser but perhaps helpful actions are useless?'


  • Is there love between people only when physically present?

    Is there love between people only when physically present?18 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #4 from Question & Answer Meeting #4

    'Is there love between people only when they are physically present?'


  • What is the role of questions in life?

    What is the role of questions in life?9 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #3 from Question & Answer Meeting #4

    'What is the role of questions in life?'


  • What is right action when understanding isn’t total?

    What is right action when understanding isn’t total?6 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #2 from Question & Answer Meeting #4

    'What is right action for one who sees or understands something but whose understanding isn’t total?'


  • Is it possible to achieve a constant attention?

    Is it possible to achieve a constant attention?29 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #1 from Question & Answer Meeting #4

    'Is it possible to achieve a constant attention so that one can always see the fine line between the necessary use of thought and where images lead to illusion and conflict?'


  • What is the difference between insight and enlightenment?

    What is the difference between insight and enlightenment?5 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #5 from Question & Answer Meeting #3

    'What is the difference between insight and enlightenment?'


  • Show me how to dissolve the ‘I’

    Show me how to dissolve the ‘I’17 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #4 from Question & Answer Meeting #3

    'Show me how to dissolve the ‘I’, the ‘me’. Without that, everything else is futile.'


  • How would you define and value the quality of modesty?

    How would you define and value the quality of modesty?7 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #3 from Question & Answer Meeting #3

    'How would you define and value the quality of modesty?'


  • How does one tackle the dormant seed of fear?

    How does one tackle the dormant seed of fear?30 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #2 from Question & Answer Meeting #3

    'How does one tackle the dormant seed of fear?'


  • What is the relationship between intelligence and responsibility?

    What is the relationship between intelligence and responsibility?9 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #1 from Question & Answer Meeting #3

    'What is the relationship between intelligence and responsibility?'


  • On giving complete attention to a problem

    On giving complete attention to a problem6 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #5 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    'You have said that when one gives complete attention to a problem then the problem flowers and withers away. Can you explain this further?'


  • On relationships and conflict

    On relationships and conflict29 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #4 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    'One cannot live outside of relationship, and yet in all forms of it there is conflict. Why is this so?'


  • On attachment and love

    On attachment and love20 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #3 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    'Though attachment is not love, in some mysterious way the two are linked. They seem self-contradictory. Please go into this apparent paradox'


  • What can this country give to the rest of the world?

    What can this country give to the rest of the world?8 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #2 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    'Why is human behaviour in this country degenerating so rapidly, and what can one do to change it? What can this country give to the rest of the world?'


  • I realise I act neurotically but the neurosis remains. What can I do?

    I realise I act neurotically but the neurosis remains. What can I do?16 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #1 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    'I realise I act neurotically and I have had psychotherapy, but the neurosis is still basically there. What can I do?'


  • I have been deeply hurt in childhood. What am I to do?

    I have been deeply hurt in childhood. What am I to do?15 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #3 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    'I have been deeply hurt in childhood. In spite of trying to understand what happened that hurt remains. What am I to do?'


  • Is there a difference between the brain and the mind

    Is there a difference between the brain and the mind15 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #2 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    'Is there a difference between the brain and the mind, and if so, what is that relationship?'


  • On conditioning

    On conditioning33 minutes

    Ojai 1981 - Question #1 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    'You talk about the ill-effects of conditioning. Yet many psychologists and philosophers say that only through proper conditioning can man think and act clearly. What’s your answer?'


  • Are there different paths to truth?

    Are there different paths to truth?7 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #7 from Question & Answer Meeting #5

    'Are there different paths to truth?'


  • Is there an absolute certainty?

    Is there an absolute certainty?12 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #6 from Question & Answer Meeting #5

    'Being uncertain we seek certainty through different channels, trusting them. Is there an absolute, irrevocable certainty?'


  • On attachment and detachment

    On attachment and detachment13 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #5 from Question & Answer Meeting #5

    'Attachment brings a human warmth; detachment a coldness. Something seems wrong in this approach. What do you say?'


  • Why is it that almost all human beings are mediocre?

    Why is it that almost all human beings are mediocre?10 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #4 from Question & Answer Meeting #5

    'Why is it that almost all human beings, apart from their talents and capacities, are mediocre?'


  • Are there different levels of consciousness?

    Are there different levels of consciousness?17 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #3 from Question & Answer Meeting #5

    'What is our consciousness? Are there different levels of consciousness?'


  • Can you share something measureless to man?

    Can you share something measureless to man?26 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #2 from Question & Answer Meeting #5

    'Can you share something measureless to man, something that has great depth and beauty?'


  • How do I educate my young child?

    How do I educate my young child?6 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #1 from Question & Answer Meeting #5

    'I have a young child. How do I educate him so that he will live a different sort of life without being so different from society which will destroy him?'


  • What is the nature of the insight you speak about?

    What is the nature of the insight you speak about?20 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #5 from Question & Answer Meeting #4

    'What is the nature of the insight you speak about?'


  • What are experiences beyond the senses?

    What are experiences beyond the senses?14 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #4 from Question & Answer Meeting #4

    'People talk of experiences beyond the senses. What are these experiences and are they part of enlightenment?'


  • What is enlightenment?

    What is enlightenment?14 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #3 from Question & Answer Meeting #4

    'What is enlightenment?'


  • I have cancer, what should I do?

    I have cancer, what should I do?15 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #2 from Question & Answer Meeting #4

    'I have a cancer. Should I try to let medicine save my life, or live with this illness and pain and accept the consequences?'


  • Has sitting quietly to observe thought any value?

    Has sitting quietly to observe thought any value?19 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #1 from Question & Answer Meeting #4

    'Is our sitting quietly every day to observe the movement of thought by your definition a practice, a method and therefore without value?'


  • Why does sex play such an important part in life?

    Why does sex play such an important part in life?15 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #5 from Question & Answer Meeting #3

    'Why does sex play such an important part in each one's life and in the world?'


  • What do you mean by 'thinking together'?

    What do you mean by 'thinking together'?11 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #4 from Question & Answer Meeting #3

    'What do you mean when you ask us to think together? Do you intend that everybody who listens to you should think with you at the same time? Don’t you think this is acting as a guru, leading people to follow your ideas, thoughts and conclusions?'


  • Should we talk about your teachings?

    Should we talk about your teachings?9 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #3 from Question & Answer Meeting #3

    'When I go back shall I talk about your teachings, or since I am still a fragmented human being will I not produce more confusion and mischief?'


  • On inattention, and the gap between understanding and action

    On inattention, and the gap between understanding and action30 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #2 from Question & Answer Meeting #3

    'Must there be a Krishnamurti, the books and recordings to keep us alert? Why this gap between understanding and immediate action?'


  • I am discontented with everything. What is wrong with me?

    I am discontented with everything. What is wrong with me?25 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #1 from Question & Answer Meeting #3

    'I am dissatisfied with everything. What you talk about makes me more discontented. What is wrong with what you are saying, or is something wrong with me?'


  • Can one live in a timeless state?

    Can one live in a timeless state?18 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #3 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    'You have said that death is total annihilation and you have also said that there is immortality, a state of timeless existence. Can one live in that state?'


  • Is it possible to be completely awake?

    Is it possible to be completely awake?14 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #2 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    'Is it possible to be so completely awake at the moment of perception that the mind does not record the event?'


  • What is the right way to earn a living?

    What is the right way to earn a living?44 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #1 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    'I work as a teacher and I am in constant conflict with the system of the school and the pattern of society. Must I give up all work? What is the right way to earn a living? Is there a way of living that does not perpetuate conflict?'


  • How is one to know if the gurus are speaking the truth?

    How is one to know if the gurus are speaking the truth?17 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #3 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    'There are so many gurus today, both in the East and in the West, each one pointing his own way to enlightenment. How is one to know if they are speaking the truth?'


  • On austerity, integrity and total transformation

    On austerity, integrity and total transformation24 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #2 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    'Is not a ground of austerity, sensitivity, integrity, necessary before a total transformation can take place?'


  • On self-knowledge without desire and will

    On self-knowledge without desire and will30 minutes

    Saanen 1980 - Question #1 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    'Without the operation of desire and will, how does one move in the direction of self-knowledge?'


  • Is there any survival after death?

    Is there any survival after death?16 minutes

    Madras 1980/1981 - Question #6 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    'Is there any survival after death? When man dies full of attachments and regrets, what happens to this residue?'


  • What should I do to make my mind behave rightly?

    What should I do to make my mind behave rightly?11 minutes

    Madras 1980/1981 - Question #5 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    'You say that one should look at things totally and it is only possible when the brain is completely attentive. What should I do to make my mind behave rightly?'


  • What is your stand with regard to miracles?

    What is your stand with regard to miracles?5 minutes

    Madras 1980/1981 - Question #4 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    'What is your stand with regard to miracles? We are told even you performed what would normally be called miracles. Do you deny this fact?'


  • On love and attachment

    On love and attachment8 minutes

    Madras 1980/1981 - Question #3 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    'When I love someone I find myself deeply attached and concerned. How can we be so intensely concerned and not be attached?'


  • Having been recently hurt, can I get rid of the image?

    Having been recently hurt, can I get rid of the image?20 minutes

    Madras 1980/1981 - Question #2 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    'Having been recently hurt, and having heard you ask if we can not-record hurt, can we get rid of the image?'


  • We don't notice things as you do and we are not serious enough

    We don't notice things as you do and we are not serious enough16 minutes

    Madras 1980/1981 - Question #1 from Question & Answer Meeting #2

    'Why is it, as medical students, we never notice things in the way you do? We are not serious enough to change ourselves'


  • How does one go to the very source of thought?

    How does one go to the very source of thought?12 minutes

    Madras 1980/1981 - Question #8 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    'How does one go to the very source of thought so that there is a possibility of silencing the thinking process itself?'


  • Can a teacher inculcate decent behaviour in children?

    Can a teacher inculcate decent behaviour in children?15 minutes

    Madras 1980/1981 - Question #7 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    'Can a teacher inculcate decent behaviour in poverty-stricken children?'


  • On change and destiny

    On change and destiny8 minutes

    Madras 1980/1981 - Question #6 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    'You say that if one individual changes he can transform the world. In spite of your sincerity the world has gone from bad to worse. Is there such a thing as destiny?'


  • On saints' idols and stories

    On saints' idols and stories5 minutes

    Madras 1980/1981 - Question #5 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    'I think that the saints created idols and stories to teach man how to lead a good and correct life. How can you call it nonsense?'


  • On transformation

    On transformation4 minutes

    Madras 1980/1981 - Question #4 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    'Is there really such a thing as transformation? What is it to be transformed?'


  • What should I do to understand K's message fully?

    What should I do to understand K's message fully?12 minutes

    Madras 1980/1981 - Question #3 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    'Even though I understand each and every word of K, the message remains vague. What should I do to understand his message fully?'


  • Is there any difference between the brain and mind?

    Is there any difference between the brain and mind?14 minutes

    Madras 1980/1981 - Question #2 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    'You often switch over from mind to brain. Is there any difference between them?'


  • On the corrupt and immoral society

    On the corrupt and immoral society12 minutes

    Madras 1980/1981 - Question #1 from Question & Answer Meeting #1

    'Your appeal to stand up against the corrupt and immoral society like a rock protruding from the mid-stream of a river confuses me deeply.'


  • What is freedom?

    What is freedom?9 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1980 - Question #9 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'What is freedom?'


  • Does being a member of a Gurdjieff group create fragmentation?

    Does being a member of a Gurdjieff group create fragmentation?8 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1980 - Question #8 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'I have been a member of a Gurdjieff group. I find it has given me a background to better understand what you are saying. Should I continue with such a group to possibly help others, as I was helped? Or does such a group make for fragmentation?'


  • On supreme truth and mankind's behaviour

    On supreme truth and mankind's behaviour6 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1980 - Question #7 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'If there is a supreme truth and order why does it allow mankind to behave on earth in such a shocking way?'


  • On prayers and faith

    On prayers and faith9 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1980 - Question #6 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Christian mystics describe certain forms of mental prayer in which they speak to God, or what they call God. They say that in such prayer something tremendous happens which they call union with God. They are convinced this is not an illusion. Are they deceiving themselves? And what is faith? It appears to give people the power to do extraordinary things.'


  • Can a minority of integrated people outweigh the majority?

    Can a minority of integrated people outweigh the majority?3 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1980 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'You say we are the world but the majority of the world seems to be heading for mass destruction. Can a minority of integrated people outweigh the majority?'


  • Why do you say attachment is corruption?

    Why do you say attachment is corruption?6 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1980 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Why do you say attachment is corruption? Are we not attached to those we love?'


  • On the balance of nature and death and suffering

    On the balance of nature and death and suffering4 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1980 - Question #3 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Why is it that in the balance of nature there is always death and suffering?'


  • Does compassion spring from observation or thought?

    Does compassion spring from observation or thought?10 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1980 - Question #2 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Does compassion spring from observation, or thought? Is not compassion an emotional feeling?'


  • I derive strength from concentrating on a symbol. Is this an illusion?

    I derive strength from concentrating on a symbol. Is this an illusion?8 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1980 - Question #7 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'I derive strength from concentrating on a symbol. I belong to a group that encourages this. Is this an illusion?'


  • I have a ten foot wall around me. What do I do?

    I have a ten foot wall around me. What do I do?14 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1980 - Question #6 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'My problem is I have a ten foot wall around me. It is no use trying to overcome it, so I ignore it. It is still there. What do I do?'


  • Is suffering needed to face the necessity to change?

    Is suffering needed to face the necessity to change?20 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1980 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'Is suffering necessary to make us face the necessity to change?'


  • On the urgency to change fading

    On the urgency to change fading14 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1980 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'When I listen to you there is an urgency to change. When I return home it fades. What am I to do?'


  • On my mind being the same as others', and responsibility

    On my mind being the same as others', and responsibility8 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1980 - Question #3 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'You say that fundamentally my mind works in exactly the same way as everyone else. Why does this make me responsible for the whole world?'


  • Is it wrong to work with an enlightened man and be a sannyasi?

    Is it wrong to work with an enlightened man and be a sannyasi?8 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1980 - Question #2 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'Is it always wrong or misguided to work with an enlightened man and be a sannyasi?'


  • Why do you have schools and foundations? And why do you speak?

    Why do you have schools and foundations? And why do you speak?6 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1980 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'You have spoken so much against organisations, so why do you have schools and foundations? And why do you speak?'


  • What to do when there's a military draft?

    What to do when there's a military draft?7 minutes

    San Diego, California 1971 - Question #2 from Discussion with Students #1

    'What to do when there's a military draft?'


  • When I am in confusion, how is it possible to see clearly?

    When I am in confusion, how is it possible to see clearly?5 minutes

    San Diego, California 1971 - Question #1 from Discussion with Students #1

    'When I am in confusion, how is it possible to see clearly?'


  • Why is your mind chattering?

    Why is your mind chattering?7 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #6 from Question and Answer Meeting #4

    'Why is your mind chattering?'


  • What is the relationship of attention to thought? Is there a gap between attention and thought?

    What is the relationship of attention to thought? Is there a gap between attention and thought?12 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #4

    'What is the relationship of attention to thought? Is there a gap between attention and thought?'


  • In observation without the observer is there a transformation?

    In observation without the observer is there a transformation?18 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #4

    'In observation without the observer is there a transformation, from staying with the fact that leads to an increase of attention?'


  • Can we die psychologically to the self?

    Can we die psychologically to the self?14 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #3 from Question and Answer Meeting #4

    'Can we die psychologically to the self? How can I observe in my current state of fragmentation? Is it like the 'I' trying to see the 'I'?'


  • On justice and changing oneself

    On justice and changing oneself7 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #2 from Question and Answer Meeting #4

    'When one sees in the world about us no demonstrable universal principle of justice, I feel no compelling reason to change myself or the chaotic society outside. Can you share your perception on this matter with us?'


  • What is the actual substance of fear? What am I to look at when I look at fear itself?

    What is the actual substance of fear? What am I to look at when I look at fear itself?18 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #4

    'What is the actual substance of fear? What am I to look at when I look at fear itself?'


  • What does it mean to step out of the stream?

    What does it mean to step out of the stream?8 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'If 'you are the world' - in quotes - and one feels it, sees it, what does it mean to step out of the stream? Who steps out of it?'


  • On reincarnation

    On reincarnation16 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'Would you please make a definitive statement about the non-existence of reincarnations, since increasing 'scientific evidence' is now being accumulated to prove reincarnation as a fact.'


  • For the making of images to end, must thought also end?

    For the making of images to end, must thought also end?21 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #3 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'For the making of images to end, must thought also end? Is the end of image-making merely a foundation upon which one can begin to discover what love and truth are?'


  • On seeing and action

    On seeing and action13 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #2 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'You have said that in the very seeing there is action. Is this action the same as the expression of action?'


  • What is true creativity? How is it different from that which is celebrated in popular culture?

    What is true creativity? How is it different from that which is celebrated in popular culture?17 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'What is true creativity? How is it different from that which is celebrated in popular culture?'


  • Is there a state that has no opposite, and may we know how to commune, and communicate with it?

    Is there a state that has no opposite, and may we know how to commune, and communicate with it?6 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #6 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Is there a state that has no opposite, and may we know how to commune, and communicate with it?'


  • What does it mean to see the totality of something?

    What does it mean to see the totality of something?8 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'What does it mean to see the totality of something? Is it ever possible to perceive the totality of something which is moving?'


  • Is there such a thing as true psychological need?

    Is there such a thing as true psychological need?1 minute

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Are there any psychological needs which we human beings are responsible for meeting in our daily relationship with others? Is there such a thing as true psychological need?'


  • On the urgency of change

    On the urgency of change10 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #3 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'The hope that tomorrow will solve our problems prevents our seeing the absolute urgency of change. How does one deal with this?'


  • What is right action with regard to violence?

    What is right action with regard to violence?18 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #2 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'What is right action with regard to violence?'


  • What is an intelligent response to the belief that everything is relative?

    What is an intelligent response to the belief that everything is relative?29 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'There is a prevalent assumption that everything is relative and a matter of personal opinion. What is an intelligent response to this belief?'


  • Doesn't thought originate as a defence against pain?

    Doesn't thought originate as a defence against pain?21 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #3 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'Doesn't thought originate as a defence against pain? How does one go beyond the defences developed in childhood?'


  • What is the significance of history in the education of the young?

    What is the significance of history in the education of the young?16 minutes

    Ojai, California 1980 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'What is the significance of history in the education of the young?'


  • J. Krishnamurti - Who are you?

    J. Krishnamurti - Who are you?7 minutes

    Saanen 1981 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'Who are you?'

    Transcript:

    5th Question: Number 5 question is: Who are you?

    Is that an important question? Or would you say, ‘Who am I’ – not who you are, who am I? And if I tell you who I am, what does it matter. It would be out of curiosity, wouldn’t it? It is like reading a menu at the window, you have to go into the restaurant and eat food. But merely standing outside and reading the menu won’t satisfy your hunger. So, to tell you who I am is really quite meaningless. First of all, I am nobody. Right? That’s all. It is as simple as that. I am nobody. But what is important is: who you are, what are you? When they ask who you are, in that question is implied you are somebody very great therefore I am going to imitate you: the way you walk, the way you talk, the way you brush your teeth, or whatever it is. (Laughter) I am going to imitate you, which is part of our pattern, you understand? There is the hero, or the man who is enlightened, or the guru, and you say, ‘I am going to copy everything you do’ – which becomes so absurdly silly – you understand? – childish to imitate somebody. And are we not the result of a lot of imitations? The religions have said – they don’t use the word ‘imitate’ – but give yourself over, surrender yourself, follow me, I am this, I am that, worship. Right? All this is what you are. In school you imitate. Please. Acquiring knowledge is a form of imitation and of course there is the fashion – short dress, long dress, long hair, short hair, beard, no beard – imitate, imitate, imitate. And also we imitate inwardly, so we all know that.

    But to find out who you are, who you are, not who the speaker is, is far more important, and to find out who you are you have to enquire. You are the story of mankind. If you really see that it gives you tremendous vitality, energy, beauty, love because it is no longer a small entity struggling in the corner of the earth. You are part of this whole humanity. It has a tremendous responsibility, vitality, beauty, love. But most of us won’t see this, as most of us are concerned with ourselves, with our particular little problem, particular little sorrow and so on. And to step out of that narrow circle seems almost impossible because we are so conditioned, so programmed, like the computers, that we cannot learn something new. The computer can but we can’t. See the tragedy of it. The machine that we have created, the computer, can learn much faster, infinitely more than I can, than the brain can, and the brain which has invented that, that has become ultra intelligent machine. Right? Whereas our brain is sluggish, slow, dull because we have conformed, we have obeyed, we have followed, there is the guru, there is the priest, there is the ritual – you follow? And when you do revolt, as the revolutionaries and the terrorists do, it is still very superficial – changing the pattern of politics, of so-called society, society is merely the relationship between people, and we are talking of a revolution, not physical but the psychological revolution in which there is no, at the depth, conformity. You may put on trousers because you are in this country and in India it is different clothes, that is not conformity, that is nothing, childish. But inwardly, not a feeling of conformity. Conformity exists when there is comparison. For a mind to be totally free from comparison, that is to observe the whole history which is embedded in you.

    --


  • If the great religions of the world are not religions, what is then religion?

    If the great religions of the world are not religions, what is then religion?5 minutes

    Bombay (Mumbai) 1984 - Question #8 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'If the great religions of the world are not religions, what is then religion?'


  • What is faith?

    What is faith?5 minutes

    Bombay (Mumbai) 1984 - Question #6 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'What is faith?'


  • What is the difference between the brain and the mind?

    What is the difference between the brain and the mind?11 minutes

    Bombay (Mumbai) 1984 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'What is the difference between the brain and the mind?'


  • Is it necessary to marry in life? What is the physical relationship between man and woman?

    Is it necessary to marry in life? What is the physical relationship between man and woman?6 minutes

    Bombay (Mumbai) 1984 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'Is it necessary to marry in life? What is the physical relationship between man and woman?'


  • How can one live with a husband who does not care?

    How can one live with a husband who does not care?9 minutes

    Bombay (Mumbai) 1984 - Question #3 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'How can one live with a husband who does not care?'


  • What is beauty? Why do we like things that are beautiful?

    What is beauty? Why do we like things that are beautiful?9 minutes

    Bombay (Mumbai) 1984 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'What is beauty? Why do we like things that are beautiful?'


  • Are people who follow a discipline and come upon the immeasurable self-deluded?

    Are people who follow a discipline and come upon the immeasurable self-deluded?9 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'There are many accounts of people following a particular discipline who come upon the immeasurable. Are they self-deluded, or have they come to this somehow despite their efforts?'


  • How does one meet aggression and psychological attack from a relative from whom one cannot escape?

    How does one meet aggression and psychological attack from a relative from whom one cannot escape?10 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Question #3 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'How does one meet aggression and psychological attack from a close relative from whom one cannot escape?'


  • Is there a faculty to see that there is no path to truth outside myself?

    Is there a faculty to see that there is no path to truth outside myself?20 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Is there a faculty to see that there is no path to truth outside myself? What will give me the need, the energy to move in this direction? '


  • Is it possible to be totally free of influence, to find the origin, the beginning of all things?

    Is it possible to be totally free of influence, to find the origin, the beginning of all things?24 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Introductory Question from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Is it possible to be totally free of influence, to find the origin, the beginning of all things?'


  • What is total vision?

    What is total vision?7 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'What is total vision? Is it an extension of our normal brain function or something totally different?'


  • What is my responsibility toward the present world crisis?

    What is my responsibility toward the present world crisis?8 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Question #3 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'What is my responsibility toward the present world crisis?'


  • How am I to not just solve my problems but radically bring about a change in my life?

    How am I to not just solve my problems but radically bring about a change in my life?10 minutes

    Saanen, Switzerland 1983 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'After listening to you and thinking about these matters on my own, how am I to not just solve my problems but radically bring about a change in my life?'


  • What does death mean to you?

    What does death mean to you?17 minutes

    Saanen, Switzerland 1983 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'What does death mean to you?'


  • I feel it is necessary to have opinions about serious things. Mustn't one say or do something?

    I feel it is necessary to have opinions about serious things. Mustn't one say or do something?13 minutes

    Saanen, Switzerland 1983 - Question #2 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'I feel it is necessary to have opinions about such serious things as Nazism, Communism, the spread of armaments, the use of torture. Mustn't one say something or do something?'


  • What is desire? Is desire awakened by external objects?

    What is desire? Is desire awakened by external objects?23 minutes

    Saanen, Switzerland 1983 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'What is desire? Is desire awakened by external objects?'


  • I long to be loved, and it is a constant anguish. What am I to do?

    I long to be loved, and it is a constant anguish. What am I to do?14 minutes

    Saanen, Switzerland 1983 - Question #2 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'I long to be loved, and it is a constant anguish. What am I to do?'


  • Can consciousness be aware of its whole content?

    Can consciousness be aware of its whole content?15 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Can thought be aware of itself? Can consciousness be aware of its whole content?'


  • Is sex incompatible with a religious life? What place has human relationship in spiritual endeavour?

    Is sex incompatible with a religious life? What place has human relationship in spiritual endeavour?16 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Is sex incompatible with a religious life? What place has human relationship in spiritual endeavour?


  • Is K's teaching only for the few?

    Is K's teaching only for the few?14 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'The speaker has said that going to an office every day from nine to five is an intolerable imprisonment. But in any society all kinds of jobs have to be done. Is K's teaching therefore only for the few?'


  • How does looking and seeing reduce the strength and power of emotions and attachments?

    How does looking and seeing reduce the strength and power of emotions and attachments?16 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'Emotions are strong. Attachments are strong. How does looking and seeing reduce the strength and power of these emotions?'


  • Is it true that yoga will awaken deeper energy, which is called kundalini?

    Is it true that yoga will awaken deeper energy, which is called kundalini?11 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #2 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'Is it true that yoga will awaken deeper energy, which is called kundalini?'


  • Is it possible ever to be free of self-centred activity? Is there a real self apart from the self-created image

    Is it possible ever to be free of self-centred activity? Is there a real self apart from the self-created image21 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'Is it possible ever to be free of self-centred activity? Is there a real self apart from the self-created image?'


  • Is it necessary to marry in life? What is the physical relationship between man and woman?

    Is it necessary to marry in life? What is the physical relationship between man and woman?6 minutes

    Bombay (Mumbai) 1984 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'Is it necessary to marry in life? What is the physical relationship between man and woman?'


  • How can one live with a husband who does not care?

    How can one live with a husband who does not care?9 minutes

    Bombay (Mumbai) 1984 - Question #3 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'How can one live with a husband who does not care?'


  • What is beauty? Why do we like things that are beautiful?

    What is beauty? Why do we like things that are beautiful?9 minutes

    Bombay (Mumbai) 1984 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'What is beauty? Why do we like things that are beautiful?'


  • Are people who follow a discipline and come upon the immeasurable self-deluded?

    Are people who follow a discipline and come upon the immeasurable self-deluded?9 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'There are many accounts of people following a particular discipline who come upon the immeasurable. Are they self-deluded, or have they come to this somehow despite their efforts?'


  • How does one meet aggression and psychological attack from a relative from whom one cannot escape?

    How does one meet aggression and psychological attack from a relative from whom one cannot escape?10 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Question #3 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'How does one meet aggression and psychological attack from a close relative from whom one cannot escape?'


  • Is there a faculty to see that there is no path to truth outside myself?

    Is there a faculty to see that there is no path to truth outside myself?20 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Is there a faculty to see that there is no path to truth outside myself? What will give me the need, the energy to move in this direction? '


  • Is it possible to be totally free of influence, to find the origin, the beginning of all things?

    Is it possible to be totally free of influence, to find the origin, the beginning of all things?24 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Introductory Question from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Is it possible to be totally free of influence, to find the origin, the beginning of all things?'


  • What is total vision?

    What is total vision?7 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'What is total vision? Is it an extension of our normal brain function or something totally different?'


  • What is my responsibility toward the present world crisis?

    What is my responsibility toward the present world crisis?8 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Question #3 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'What is my responsibility toward the present world crisis?'


  • How am I to not just solve my problems but radically bring about a change in my life?

    How am I to not just solve my problems but radically bring about a change in my life?10 minutes

    Saanen, Switzerland 1983 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'After listening to you and thinking about these matters on my own, how am I to not just solve my problems but radically bring about a change in my life?'


  • What does death mean to you?

    What does death mean to you?17 minutes

    Saanen, Switzerland 1983 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'What does death mean to you?'


  • I feel it is necessary to have opinions about serious things. Mustn't one say or do something?

    I feel it is necessary to have opinions about serious things. Mustn't one say or do something?13 minutes

    Saanen, Switzerland 1983 - Question #2 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'I feel it is necessary to have opinions about such serious things as Nazism, Communism, the spread of armaments, the use of torture. Mustn't one say something or do something?'


  • What is desire? Is desire awakened by external objects?

    What is desire? Is desire awakened by external objects?23 minutes

    Saanen, Switzerland 1983 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'What is desire? Is desire awakened by external objects?'


  • I long to be loved, and it is a constant anguish. What am I to do?

    I long to be loved, and it is a constant anguish. What am I to do?14 minutes

    Saanen, Switzerland 1983 - Question #2 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'I long to be loved, and it is a constant anguish. What am I to do?'


  • Can consciousness be aware of its whole content?

    Can consciousness be aware of its whole content?15 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Can thought be aware of itself? Can consciousness be aware of its whole content?'


  • Is sex incompatible with a religious life? What place has human relationship in spiritual endeavour?

    Is sex incompatible with a religious life? What place has human relationship in spiritual endeavour?16 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Is sex incompatible with a religious life? What place has human relationship in spiritual endeavour?


  • Is K's teaching only for the few?

    Is K's teaching only for the few?14 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'The speaker has said that going to an office every day from nine to five is an intolerable imprisonment. But in any society all kinds of jobs have to be done. Is K's teaching therefore only for the few?'


  • How does looking and seeing reduce the strength and power of emotions and attachments?

    How does looking and seeing reduce the strength and power of emotions and attachments?16 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'Emotions are strong. Attachments are strong. How does looking and seeing reduce the strength and power of these emotions?'


  • Is it true that yoga will awaken deeper energy, which is called kundalini?

    Is it true that yoga will awaken deeper energy, which is called kundalini?11 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #2 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'Is it true that yoga will awaken deeper energy, which is called kundalini?'


  • Is it possible ever to be free of self-centred activity? Is there a real self apart from the self-created image

    Is it possible ever to be free of self-centred activity? Is there a real self apart from the self-created image21 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'Is it possible ever to be free of self-centred activity? Is there a real self apart from the self-created image?'


  • Is it necessary to marry in life? What is the physical relationship between man and woman?

    Is it necessary to marry in life? What is the physical relationship between man and woman?6 minutes

    Bombay (Mumbai) 1984 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'Is it necessary to marry in life? What is the physical relationship between man and woman?'


  • How can one live with a husband who does not care?

    How can one live with a husband who does not care?9 minutes

    Bombay (Mumbai) 1984 - Question #3 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'How can one live with a husband who does not care?'


  • What is beauty? Why do we like things that are beautiful?

    What is beauty? Why do we like things that are beautiful?9 minutes

    Bombay (Mumbai) 1984 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'What is beauty? Why do we like things that are beautiful?'


  • Are people who follow a discipline and come upon the immeasurable self-deluded?

    Are people who follow a discipline and come upon the immeasurable self-deluded?9 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'There are many accounts of people following a particular discipline who come upon the immeasurable. Are they self-deluded, or have they come to this somehow despite their efforts?'


  • How does one meet aggression and psychological attack from a relative from whom one cannot escape?

    How does one meet aggression and psychological attack from a relative from whom one cannot escape?10 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Question #3 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'How does one meet aggression and psychological attack from a close relative from whom one cannot escape?'


  • Is there a faculty to see that there is no path to truth outside myself?

    Is there a faculty to see that there is no path to truth outside myself?20 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Is there a faculty to see that there is no path to truth outside myself? What will give me the need, the energy to move in this direction? '


  • Is it possible to be totally free of influence, to find the origin, the beginning of all things?

    Is it possible to be totally free of influence, to find the origin, the beginning of all things?24 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Introductory Question from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Is it possible to be totally free of influence, to find the origin, the beginning of all things?'


  • What is total vision?

    What is total vision?7 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'What is total vision? Is it an extension of our normal brain function or something totally different?'


  • What is my responsibility toward the present world crisis?

    What is my responsibility toward the present world crisis?8 minutes

    Brockwood Park, UK 1985 - Question #3 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'What is my responsibility toward the present world crisis?'


  • How am I to not just solve my problems but radically bring about a change in my life?

    How am I to not just solve my problems but radically bring about a change in my life?10 minutes

    Saanen, Switzerland 1983 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'After listening to you and thinking about these matters on my own, how am I to not just solve my problems but radically bring about a change in my life?'


  • What does death mean to you?

    What does death mean to you?17 minutes

    Saanen, Switzerland 1983 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'What does death mean to you?'


  • I feel it is necessary to have opinions about serious things. Mustn't one say or do something?

    I feel it is necessary to have opinions about serious things. Mustn't one say or do something?13 minutes

    Saanen, Switzerland 1983 - Question #2 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'I feel it is necessary to have opinions about such serious things as Nazism, Communism, the spread of armaments, the use of torture. Mustn't one say something or do something?'


  • What is desire? Is desire awakened by external objects?

    What is desire? Is desire awakened by external objects?23 minutes

    Saanen, Switzerland 1983 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #3

    'What is desire? Is desire awakened by external objects?'


  • I long to be loved, and it is a constant anguish. What am I to do?

    I long to be loved, and it is a constant anguish. What am I to do?14 minutes

    Saanen, Switzerland 1983 - Question #2 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'I long to be loved, and it is a constant anguish. What am I to do?'


  • Can consciousness be aware of its whole content?

    Can consciousness be aware of its whole content?15 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #5 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Can thought be aware of itself? Can consciousness be aware of its whole content?'


  • Is sex incompatible with a religious life? What place has human relationship in spiritual endeavour?

    Is sex incompatible with a religious life? What place has human relationship in spiritual endeavour?16 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'Is sex incompatible with a religious life? What place has human relationship in spiritual endeavour?


  • Is K's teaching only for the few?

    Is K's teaching only for the few?14 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #2

    'The speaker has said that going to an office every day from nine to five is an intolerable imprisonment. But in any society all kinds of jobs have to be done. Is K's teaching therefore only for the few?'


  • How does looking and seeing reduce the strength and power of emotions and attachments?

    How does looking and seeing reduce the strength and power of emotions and attachments?16 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #4 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'Emotions are strong. Attachments are strong. How does looking and seeing reduce the strength and power of these emotions?'


  • Is it true that yoga will awaken deeper energy, which is called kundalini?

    Is it true that yoga will awaken deeper energy, which is called kundalini?11 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #2 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'Is it true that yoga will awaken deeper energy, which is called kundalini?'


  • Is it possible ever to be free of self-centred activity? Is there a real self apart from the self-created image

    Is it possible ever to be free of self-centred activity? Is there a real self apart from the self-created image21 minutes

    Brockwood Park 1979 - Question #1 from Question and Answer Meeting #1

    'Is it possible ever to be free of self-centred activity? Is there a real self apart from the self-created image?'



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