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Can We Live Without the Burden of a Thousand Yesterday?   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

Second Conversation with Pupul Jayakar at Brockwood Park

Tuesday, June 22, 1982

  • Second Conversation with Pupul Jayakar
  • Q: Is it possible to keep the mind very young, and yet ancient?
  • Can the brain, which has been conditioned for millions of years, wipe away its conditioning and have a quality of pristine freshness?
  • Can the brain end the built-in quality of its own deterioration?
  • Can the brain be young, fresh, alive, original?
  • What is consciousness?
  • Can the content, which makes up consciousness, end itself so that there is a totally different dimension?
  • Can I wipe away, end the thousand yesterdays, with all the superficialities, pettiness, narrowness, brutalities, cruelty, and ambition?
  • It is possible to see the whole complex of 'what is'?

Series: Five Dialogue with Pupul Jayakar

If you radically, psychologically change, you affect the consciousness of the world If you radically, psychologically change, you affect the consciousness of the world
Are you aware of the structure of yourself? Are you aware of the structure of yourself?
How do you observe violence How do you observe violence
Third Brain Seminar at Brockwood Park - 1984 Third Brain Seminar at Brockwood Park - 1984
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