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About Jiddu Krishnamurti
The Core of the Teachings
Truth is a pathless land
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Love without incentive
On inattention, and the gap between understanding and action
What Will Make a Human Being Change Very Deeply?
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First Public Question and Answer at Brockwood Park - 1982
First Public Question and Answer Meeting at Brockwood Park
Tuesday, August 31,
Q1: What is the relationship between the group consciousness and the individual consciousness?
Q2: How can human beings undergo a total psychological change while the group consciousness has not changed totally?
Q3: Can right action ever encompass violence?
Q4: You speak of compassion but say that action should have no cause. In what way, does compassion act without being a cause of action?
Q5: Lack of meaning in my daily life leads to a feeling of destructiveness and an inner rage. I see this clearly in myself. How does one approach this tremendous chaos without and within oneself?
A Different Kind of Intelligence
Need for Security
On giving complete attention to a problem
Anatomy of Insight
The nature of the brain that lives religiously
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