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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

On transformation On transformation
Pain is the reaction to attachment Pain is the reaction to attachment
Ways of Learning - Reflections on the Oak Grove School - 1980 Ways of Learning - Reflections on the Oak Grove School - 1980
The Content Of One's Consciousness The Content Of One's Consciousness
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