Are we coming, meeting together? Or are you sitting separate over there and the speaker over here? We are physically, but is there any kind of communication between us? Is there any kind of observation of the common factor together? Do we both see, not only intellectually, verbally but actually as a fact â€“ the fact. This microphone is a fact. Can we see the fact in ourselves that as long as you...
Category - Krishnamurti
Krishnamurti belonged to no religious organization, sect or country, nor did he subscribe to any school of political or ideological thought. Krishnamurti spoke not as a guru but as a friend, and his talks and discussions are based not on tradition-based knowledge but on his own insights into the human mind and his vision of the sacred
In this Intense conversation between Jiddu Krishnamurti and Dr. Allan W. Anderson, Krishnamurti dig into Psychology of pleasure and Fear in Pleasure, as J Krishnamurti puts it, " Pleasure and fear seem to be deeply rooted in us - these two principles of pleasure and fear. I don't think we can understand pleasure without understanding fear. Like punishment and reward. If there was no punishment at...
A brain must have space. So what is space? Not only the space between here and there - space indicates 'without a centre'. If you have a centre, and you move away from the centre to the periphery, however long, wide the periphery is, it is still limited. This is Sixth Public Talk of J Krishnamurti in Madras, Talks from the series This Light in Oneself.
In This talks J. Krishnamurti discusses, is it possible to bring about a mutation in the very brain cells themselves conditioned for thousands of years? Either one says that it is not possible and closes the door or one says I really don't know. Addressing to large audiences at Brockwood Park on 27 August 1983, this was Krishnamurti's first talk in series The World of Peace.
This Talk is from the Series, The Transformation of the man, Here Jiddu Krishnamurti, touch upon the subject Can one be aware, conscious, know, the various fragments, examining one by one by one by one, and who is the examiner, is he not also a fragment who has assumed an authority? So when we talk about being aware of fragments - socially, morally, ethically, religiously, business, art, you...
Talks from the series "Can the mind observe without comparison?". This Talks goes deeper on how does it happen that deep layers hidden in consciouness can be exposed?, Comparison between 'what is' with 'what has been' and 'what will be', is the process of fear and Can the mind observe without comparison?. This is J Krishnamurti's Sixth small group discussion in Malibu, 1970.
In This Talks, Krishnamurti discusses the human condition and the structure of fear. He asks us to see, How does one deal with the hidden as well as the conscious fears. Also In This talks J. Krishnamurti discusses : Is fear a moving away from "what is"? Can a fearful, dependent mind know the joy of love? Will analysis free the mind from fear? Doesn't it imply time and an analyzer? Is the...
These are rare and intense dialogues of J krishnamurti recently published online, Discussion in this talks: Inattention and attention, Observing without the word, What is the function of sleep?, Is love a matter of culture, a thing of pleasure and therefore dependency?
Here J Krishnamurti discusses the human condition and the structure of fear. He asks us to see if, while living in this world with so much chaos and division, we can find out what the source of the violence is and what we can do about it. This Talk is J Krishnamurti first one of a series of 4 talks given in San Diego State College,5th April, 1970.
Jiddu Krishnamurti throws light on meditation, In this Talk, he discusses, what is the place of search, in meditation? Can one bring about order without understanding disorder? Is control necessary for order? Why do we need control when there is understanding of "what is"? Can a petty mind experience anything other than its own projections and activities? To see clearly, musn't the mind be quiet...
This was the Fourth Public Talk at Brockwood Park in September 1982. J Krishnamurti is regarded globally as one of the greatest thinkers and religious teachers of all time. He did not expound any philosophy or religion, but rather talked of the things that concern all of us in our everyday lives.
Jiddu Krishnamurti talks on meditation from the series This Light in Oneself given spontaneously by beloved Jiddu Krishnamurti .
Dialogues between J Krishnamurti, David Bohm, Rupert Sheldrake and John Hidley. These discussions goes deeper into essential questions about the mind: what is psychological disorder and what is required for fundamental psychological change.
Jiddu Krishnamurti 7th Public Talk at Saanen, 1979 From the Series Meeting Life
Is it Possible to Live with Total Lucidity? J. Krishnamurti & Dr. Huston Smith Claremont College, California (1968) Conversation between Krishnamurti and Prof. Huston Smith, at the time, a professor of religion at MIT Prof. Smith begins the conversation with the question 'Is it Possible to Live with Total Lucidity?