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Meditation and the Sacred Mind   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

Eighteenth Dialogue with Dr Allan W. Anderson in San Diego, California

Wednesday, February 27, 1974

  • Eighteenth conversation with Dr. Allan W. Anderson
  • Q: What place has will in meditation?
  • Can you be choicelessly aware of this movement of desire, control, will, action?
  • Can you watch it? What is space?
  • Do we have space? Can the mind have space?
  • When the mind is occupied with family, with business, God, drink, or sex is there space?
  • When knowledge occupies the whole field of the mind there is no space. And outward space is not going to give inner space.
  • There is no silence when there is direction. Can the mind empty itself of its content?
  • Can the mind, the brain, the body be really silent?
  • When the mind is utterly silent what is the immeasurable?
  • In silence, time stops.

Series: A Wholly Different Way of Living

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