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Pleasure is a factor of conditioning   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

Second Public Talk at Brockwood Park

December, 1976

  • Sorrow implies grief, travail and neurotic behaviour. All that is in our consciousness. Can one bring about a profound revolution in it?
  • Consciousness is conditioned by three factors: fear, pleasure and sorrow.
  • To deeply understand pleasure we must closely examine what thinking is. Is there thinking without the word and symbol?
  • Can the movement of thought come to an end?
  • What is the difference between pleasure, joy and ecstasy?
  • Is there pleasure in the moment or only afterwards?
  • Can you see something beautiful and end it there, not let thought pursue it through image and desire?
  • Can the brain not register psychologically and so not give momentum to thought?
  • Note: a total of 5 minutes and 46 seconds of missing video is replaced by audio only.
  • © 1976 Krishnamurti Foundation Trust
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