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About Jiddu Krishnamurti
The Core of the Teachings
Truth is a pathless land
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Action without ideation
The Second Krishnamurti Reader
First Public Question and Answer at Brockwood Park - 1980
The Nature of a Religious Life
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Is thought the instrument of right action?
Second Public Talk at Brockwood Park
Sunday, August 26,
Can human consciousness be transformed?
Part of knowledge is part of ignorance. When we rely entirely on knowledge as a means of advance, as a means of ascent of man, we are also maintaining ignorance.
Is there an observation which is not the instrument of thought?
Effort implies the action of will. Will is desire, and there are multiple forms of desire. Desire in its activity must create effort.
What is the relationship between the senses and desire?
Is it possible to live a daily life without a single effort?
Our consciousness is the consciousness of mankind, and in freeing consciousness of its content we have responsibility to the whole. That is essentially the nature of love and compassion.
Six Public Meetings at Brockwood Park - 1979
Learning Wihout Accumulation
Is there an Action that is not Touched by Thought?
What is it in the human mind that wants to follow?
Can I completely change at the very root?
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