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Freedom from the self   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

Third Public Talk at Brockwood Park

Saturday, September 3, 1983

  • Is the movement from "what is" to "what should be", the psychological process of time, one of the causes of fear? Realizing that possibility, even intellectually, is it possible to end fear?
  • Sorrow is part of the continuity of memory. Can that memory, not only of my sorrow but of mankind's sorrow, memory which is sorrow, come to an end?
  • Can we, while living, without any cause or future, end something? If you go beyond time, is there anything to experience?

Series: The World of Peace

First Public Talk in New York City - 1971 First Public Talk in New York City - 1971
Desire, time and thought are the basic elements of fear Desire, time and thought are the basic elements of fear
In observation without the observer is there a transformation? In observation without the observer is there a transformation?
Second Public Question and Answer in Ojai - 1982 Second Public Question and Answer in Ojai - 1982
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