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To watch without any movement of thought   J. Krishnamurti Online Transcript 

Fourth Public Talk in Ojai

Sunday, May 22, 1983

  • Where does one find justice, equality?
  • Can the brain cells themselves transform?
  • It is possible if you are aware without direction, control or motive, just to watch thought and anxiety.
  • There is constant comparison in us between the ideal and the fact; the fact of violence and the ideal of non-violence. In meditation, comparison must totally end.
  • Meditation is not controlling thought or practising a system, but freeing the brain from its own conditioning.
  • Silence is something extraordinary; it is not the silence between two noises. Peace is not between two wars.
  • Silence comes naturally when you are watching without motive. In that watching there is something which is beyond words, beyond all measure.
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