Videos by Year
Videos by Place
Question and Answer Extracts
Series by Year
Series by Place
588 days ago
The Official Repository
Online CD/DVD Store
North American Bookstore
About Jiddu Krishnamurti
The Core of the Teachings
Truth is a pathless land
Today meditation :
A mind without anchorage or haven
Relationships: to oneself, to others, to the world
Why is your mind chattering?
Knowledge and Conflict in Human Relationships
Subscribe to the
And/or subscribe to the Daily Meditation Newsletter
Pleasure is a factor of conditioning
Second Public Talk at Brockwood Park
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
Meditation is not different from daily life
Fear and the network of escapes
I have been deeply hurt in childhood. What am I to do?
First Public Talk in New York City - 1971
Except where otherwise
, content on
is licensed under a
Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license