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How Does One Enquire Into the Source of All Life?   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

First Conversation with Pupul Jayakar at Brockwood Park

Monday, June 21, 1982

  • First Conversation with Pupul Jayakar
  • Q: What is the source of all existence, all life, all action?
  • How does a mind enquire into something extraordinary that has a quality of the universal, cosmic, of supreme order?
  • The world outside is the world inside.
  • How do I enquire into myself except through my reactions, the way I think, the way I act, the way I respond to the environment, my relationship to another?
  • Man has done this a great deal, this process of introspective observation.
  • Must I go through all this?
  • The mind is caught in this diligent enquiry.
  • You have done all that is possible - start with the impossible.
  • What is the state of mind that has put away something man has carried for a million years?
  • Such a mind is necessary to uncover the origin.

Series: Five Dialogue with Pupul Jayakar

First Question and Answer Meeting in Saanen - 1983 First Question and Answer Meeting in Saanen - 1983
The movement of thought and becoming The movement of thought and becoming
On change and destiny On change and destiny
What makes our lives so fragmented? What makes our lives so fragmented?
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