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The art of questioning   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

First Seminar Meeting at Brockwood Park

Tuesday, September 12, 1978

  • Q: How can one be a light to oneself?
  • Most of us are slaves, either to religious concepts, beliefs and symbols, or to some kind of experience, to institutions and images. One is caught in a routine, which prevents freedom.
  • How can I understand the depth of myself without understanding how the mind has become dependent? Do you question the way you live your life - why you think this, why you do that, why you have certain reactions? Do you question the whole thing?
  • Can I differentiate the word from the fact? How can one approach something without any knowledge? How do I actually approach a problem? Can we find out the right way of questioning so that intelligence can arise?

Series: How can one be a light to oneself if there is any kind of dependence?

Second Public Question and Answer at Brockwood Park - 1982 Second Public Question and Answer at Brockwood Park - 1982
Fifth Question and Answer in Saanen - 1980 Fifth Question and Answer in Saanen - 1980
Is there any difference between the brain and mind? Is there any difference between the brain and mind?
Show me how to dissolve the ‘I’ Show me how to dissolve the ‘I’
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