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It does not matter on age I start to read This book absolutely changed my erspective although I am I will get out of it every time I read it I appreciated how logical his message is and how he urged the uestioners to challenge it with their own experiences and their own truth It roves true but not easy although one may agree with what he is saying to live at such a height of awareness and consciousness is a constant and life long challenge I look forward to reading it again and get even deeper into myself Also a lot of what he is saying can be found repackaged in many of the new age books opping up here in the west Its been a few years since I have read this book but it made a great impact on me Krishnamurti has such a way with words that he is capable of discussing the human spirit with such great intellect and articulation that makes it very tangible and easy great intellect and articulation that makes it very tangible and easy relate with Thoreau remarked in Walden rather than love than money than fame give me truth and this book definitely aves The Way For The Truth way for the truth than depending on some external teachers for the truth this book asks you to seek the truth inside yourself It exposes the illusions of fears and security created in your mind through different forms of conditioningDefinitely helps to lead a fearless life a life full of love and compassion and a life devoid of attachmentsOne of the most radical and enlightening books I have come across I think it is always important to ask fundamental uestions but when we do ask a fundamental uestion most of us are seeking an answer and then the answer is invariably superficial because there is no yes or no answer to life Life is a movement an endless movement and Counted among his admirers are Jonas Salk Aldous Huxley David Hockney and Van Morrison along with countless other Caravansary philosophers artist writers and students of the spiritualath Now the trustees of Krishnamurti’s work have gathered his very best and most illuminating writings and talks to resent in one volume the truly essential ideas.
Read & Download Total FreedomO inuire into this extraordinary thing called life with all its innumerable aspects one must ask fundamental uestions and never be satisfied with answers however satisfactory they may be because the moment you have an answer the mind has concluded and conclusion is not life it is merely a static state So what is important is to ask the right uestion and never be satisfied with the answer however clever however logical because the truth of the uestion lies beyond the conclusion beyond the answer beyond the verbal expression The mind that asks a uestion and is merely satisfied with an explanation a verbal statement remains superficial It is only the mind that asks a fundamental uestion and is capable of ursuing that uestion to the end it is only such a mind that can find out what is truth Very few of us listen directly to what is being said we always translate or interpret it according to a The Watchtower Amp The Masons particularoint of view whether Hindu Muslim or communist We have formulations opinions judgments beliefs through which we listen so we are actually never listening at all we are only listening in terms of our own The Oathbreakers Shadow particularrejudices conclusions or experiences We are always interpreting what we hear and obviously that does not bring about understanding What brings about understanding surely is to listen without any anchorage without any definite What brings about understanding surely is to listen without any anchorage without any definite so that you and I can think out the The Island Of Hope problem together whatever theroblem may be If you know the art of listening you will not only find out what is true in what is being said but you will also see the false as false and the truth in the false but if you listen argumentatively then it is fairly clear that there can be no understanding Of this great spiritual thinkerTotal Freedom includes selections from Krishnamurti’s early works his ‘Commentaries on Living’ and his discourses on life the self meditation sex and love These writings reveal Krishnamuri’s core teachings in their full elouence and Illusions And Lies W I T C H 6 power the nature ofersonal freedom; the mysteries of life and Ecause argument is merely your opinion against another opinion or your judgment against Another And That Actually and that actually the understanding or discovery of the truth in what is being saidSo is it ossible to listen without any prejudice without any conclusion without interpretation Because it is fairly obvious that our thinking is conditioned is it not We are conditioned as Hindus or communists or Christians and whatever we listen to whether it is new or old is always apprehended through the screen of this conditioning therefore we can never approach anyroblem with a fresh mindSo the mind is conditioned by modern education by society by religion and by the knowledge and the innumerable experiences which we have gathered it is shaped How To Be A Finance Rock Star put into a mold not only by our environment but also by our own reactions to that environment and to various forms of relationshipPlease bear in mind that you are not merely listening to me but are actually observing therocess of your own thinking What I am saying is only a description of what is taking lace in your own mind If one is at all aware of one s own thinking one will see
That A Mind Thata mind that conditioned however much it may try to change can only change within the rison of its own conditioning and such a change is obviously not revolution I think that is the first thing to understand that as long as our minds are conditioned as Hindus Muslims or whatnot any revolution is within the attern of that conditioning and is therefore not a fundamental revolution at all Every challenge must always be new and as long as the mind is conditioned it responds to challenge according to its conditioning therefore there is never an adeuate response. Eath; and the ‘pathless land’ the ersonal search for truth and The Foreign Language Teachers Suggestopedic Manual peace Warning readers away from blind obedience to creeds or teachers – including himself – Krishnamurti celebrated the individual uest for truth and thus became on of the most influential guides for independent minded seekers of the twentieth century – and beyond.