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Can the constant movement of thought come to an end?   

December, 1976

  • School Discussion 6
  • If I want to listen to you I must pay attention to what you are saying. There must be no chattering in my mind.
  • You say you must control thought but who is the controller? Is the controller different from other thoughts?
  • When you say, ‘I must control thought,’ who is it that says this? Who is that ‘I’?
  • Have you watched anything with all your senses?
  • When you pay complete attention then there is not only the awakening of the senses but there is no centre from which you are attending. There is no ‘me’ at that moment.
  • To negate all thought, that is, to have no thought at all, is meditation.
  • Can you live a life without conflict between two contradictory thoughts, desires or directions?
  • Note: a total of 4 minutes and 10 seconds of missing video is replaced by audio only.
  • © 1976 Krishnamurti Foundation Trust
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