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J. Krishnamurti



J. Krishnamurti (1895–1986) was an Indian spiritual and philosophical teacher, speaker, and author. He followed no particular religion, philosophy, ideology, or spiritual tradition, but explored human consciousness, thought processes, belief systems, and quest for individual and collective freedom. His statement “truth is a pathless land” summarizes the heart of his teachings.

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On the Difference Between Observing and Thinking About Oneself | J. Krishnamurti

How do we tell the difference between observing ourselves in the sense you mean, and merely thinking about ourselves?' The role of the foundations was described by Krishnamurti when he said,​ ​'The foundations will see to it that these teachings are kept whole, are not distorted, are not made...

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Can the Mind Be Quiet?: Living, Learning and Meditation

One of the greatest thinkers of the 20th century describes a series of his encounters around the world with a wide variety of spiritual seekers. Their questions and his answers explore the nature of the lived experience, the details of profound self-inquiry and how to live a fulfilled life.

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Does God Exist? | J. Krishnamurti

"Kindly give a straight reply.

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FindCenter Quotes ImageIf you begin to understand what you are without trying to change it, then what you are undergoes a transformation.

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The Ending of Time: Where Philosophy and Physics Meet

The provocative and penetrating philosophical classic of science and spirituality—a discourse between the revered spiritual leader Krishnamurti and renowned physicist Dr.

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J. Krishnamurti in Conversation with David Bohm: Is There an Action Not Touched by Thought?

Q: What is the future of man? All the problems that humanity has now, psychologically and in other ways, are the result of thought. We are pursuing the same pattern of thought, and thought will never solve any of these problems. The whole structure of the me is put together by thought.

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All the Marvelous Earth

All the Marvelous Earth is an anthology of Krishnamurtis writings on our relationship with each other and with the environment. In this wonderful book he points to a different way of living that is seldom, if ever, explored in traditional approaches to environmental issues.

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FindCenter Quotes ImageSelf-knowledge has no end—you don’t come to an achievement, you don’t come to a conclusion. It is an endless river.

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The Meaning of Death

To find out what is death there must be no distance between death and you who are living with your troubles and all the rest of it; you must understand the significance of death and live with it while you are fairly alert, not completely dead, not quite dead yet.

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Has Sitting Quietly to Observe Thought Any Value? | J. Krishnamurti

Is our sitting quietly every day to observe the movement of thought by your definition a practice, a method and therefore without value?' The role of the foundations was described by Krishnamurti when he said,​ ​'The foundations will see to it that these teachings are kept whole, are not...

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