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A transformation which implies freedom   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

First Public Talk at Brockwood Park

December, 1976

  • Can there be a radical transformation in the content of our consciousness?
  • Am I separate from the content of my consciousness? If the observer is the observed, what occurs?
  • Can I be totally free of psychological fears?
  • Does fear exist apart from the word and idea, or is it a structure of words, ideas and time?
  • What is the nature of thinking?
  • Can the mind be free of time, idea and the word?
  • What takes place when you observe that fear is you?
  • When there is complete attention which is total energy then is there fear?
  • All this is meditation.
  • © 1976 Krishnamurti Foundation Trust
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