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How can a human being bring about a radical change, not only in himself but outside?   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

First Semianr in Madras

Tuesday, January 2, 1979

  • Seminar
  • Summary:
  • What is the source of this general human disintegration?
  • Is the cultural crisis economic, political, religious, social, or is it at much greater depth, in the very consciousness of man himself?
  • Who created this society in which we all live – deplorable, ugly, cruel, brutal, aggressive and competitive?
  • Are we the result of million years of human experience, which we have translated as the individual?
  • Is it possible for human beings to bring about a mutation in their very consciousness?
  • Every human being suffers.
  • What am I to do to change myself?
  • In relation to the society and culture in which I have been brought up, what am I, as a human being to do?
  • What is action?
  • Note: a total of 1 minute and 27 seconds of missing video is replaced by audio only.
  • Poor picture and audio quality from original recording
  • © 1979 Krishnamurti Foundation Trust
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