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About Jiddu Krishnamurti
The Core of the Teachings
Truth is a pathless land
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Action without ideation
On Study Centres
Thought and time are always together
Breaking the Pattern of Ego-centred Activity.
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Can the brain ever be free from the known?
Sixth Public Talk in Madras
Sunday, January 11,
Is there a freedom that is independent, complete, total, not associated with any cause or motive?
Can right action take place when there is the operation of thought?
What is the difference between the computer and the brain?
Having time as a factor in the resolution of a problem is unintelligent.
Is fear a movement of time?
What is sorrow? Why do human beings go through tortures? Because we suffer, fear, are pursuing pleasure, we invent gods.
Meditation is unpremeditated art.
The mind is entirely different from the brain. The mind cannot be understood, known or perceived unless the brain with all its sensory responses is understood.
Fourth Public Talk in Santa Monica - 1972
The Energy in Emptiness
What is a religious mind?
Fourth Public Talk in New York City - 1971
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