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The Core of the Teachings
Truth is a pathless land
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Krishnamurti in India, 1974-1975
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Does Thought Seek Permanence in Identification?
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Tenth Conversation with David Bohm at Brockwood Park
Saturday, June 7,
Conversation with D. Bohm 10
Is there an order which is not man-made?
Can the brain ever be free from the impositions, pressures, wounds, bruises, all the trivialities of existence?
Time is my whole existence. I take refuge in the past, which cannot be changed. Why does the brain accept this way of living, and why doesn't it break it down?
As long as I have my roots in the past there cannot be order.
If the universe is not of time, can the mind which has been entangled in time, unravel itself and so be the universe?
The Ending of Time
Religion, Authority and Education - Part 1
Ways of Learning - Reflections on the Oak Grove School - 1980
Can You Live That Way?
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