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Looking at the whole content of consciousness   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

Second Public Talk at Brockwood Park

Sunday, August 30, 1981

  • There is nothing sacred about thought, yet what thought has invented, thought assumes is sacred and then begins to worship it as being sacred. So thought is worshipping itself.
  • Can we look at ourselves freely, actually what is going on, without any motive, distortion or direction?
  • Is relationship merely sensory, sexual? Is it merely a companionship, depending on each other, exploiting each other, trying to dominate each other, possess each other? Or is it much deeper?
  • The deep cause of division is thinking that each one is separate.
  • Can the brain function as a whole?
  • What is the root of fear?
  • Is pleasure a remembrance? Is pleasure a thought? Is pleasure time?
  • Is love the awakening of the whole of the brain?
Are you aware of the structure of yourself? Are you aware of the structure of yourself?
What Is Meditation? What Is Meditation?
The Nature, depth and beauty of death The Nature, depth and beauty of death
Self-concern Self-concern
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