Brands : Krishnamurti Bookstore

$ 15.00 USD

SKU: 978-81-87326-82-3

Availability: 26 In Stock

Compiled for university students and teachers of philosophy by Raymond Martin, then Professor of Philosophy at the University of Maryland, Reflections on the Self is composed of excerpts from Krishnamurti’s writings and talks which are concerned with the nature of the emotions, the self and self-identification, inquiry and...

Read more

Compiled for university students and teachers of philosophy by Raymond Martin, then Professor of Philosophy at the University of Maryland, Reflections on the Self is composed of excerpts from Krishnamurti’s writings and talks which are concerned with the nature of the emotions, the self and self-identification, inquiry and the pure observation which frees man psychologically.

Publisher: Krishnamurti Foundation India

Current publication: 2014

ISBN: 978-81-87326-82-3

Pages count: 211

Format: paperback

First published: 1997

Read less

Tags: BOOKS, Krishnamurti Books

Compiled for university students and teachers of philosophy by Raymond Martin, then Professor of Philosophy at the University of Maryland, Reflections on the Self is composed of excerpts from Krishnamurti’s writings and talks which are concerned with the nature of the emotions, the self and self-identification, inquiry and the pure observation which frees man psychologically.

Publisher: Krishnamurti Foundation India

Current publication: 2014

ISBN: 978-81-87326-82-3

Pages count: 211

Format: paperback

First published: 1997

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
100%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
A
Ali Refaei
Cultivate awareness

After I red “freedom from the known”, I realized that it is significant for one to observe the self. That can be done through relationships with everything and everyone. This book provides significant questions, ask these questions to yourself to cultivate awareness about the self, without judgment, comments, explanation, justification, naming, definition, recognition, trying to change and without a goal to achieve anything.

translation missing: en.general.search.loading