J. Krishnamurti, Eleventh Conversation with Dr Allan W. Anderson in San Diego California, 25 February 1974
Monday, February 25, 1974
- Eleventh conversation with Dr. Allan W. Anderson
- Q: What is a religious life?
- The word "religion" means gathering together all energy at all levels so that it will bring about great attention.
- Can the mind be so totally attentive that the unnameable comes into being?
- What is the quality, structure, nature of a mind and therefore of a heart and brain that can perceive something beyond the measurement of thought something that is not only sacred and holy in itself but that is capable of seeing something immense?
- In discussing religion we ought to enquire into the nature of hurt because a mind that is not hurt is an innocent mind.
- Can our hurts be healed so that not a mark is left and can future hurts be prevented, without any resistance?
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