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Meditation is the ending of all the content of one’s consciousness   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

Sixth Public Talk in Ojai

Sunday, April 22, 1979

  • Is there psychological time at all?
  • If you observe closely, without any movement away, the very observation of ‘what is’ undergoes a radical change, which denies time altogether.
  • As long as the brain is registering, that implies time.
  • One needs to register - how to drive a car, to learn a language - but why should there be registration of your hurt?
  • Is it possible not to dream at all?
  • Lack of space brings about various forms of inhibitions and anxieties. It is important to find out if you can have space without the centre.
  • Can the mind not be occupied? That is only possible when you end problems.
  • Can thought come to an end or must it keep everlastingly moving?
  • Note: a total of 23 seconds of missing video is replaced by audio only.
  • © 1979 Krishnamurti Foundation of America

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