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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

On supreme truth and mankind's behaviour On supreme truth and mankind's behaviour
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Why do you have schools and foundations? And why do you speak? Why do you have schools and foundations? And why do you speak?
Can thought give human beings security? Can thought give human beings security?
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