There is today a strange and deep discontent among the young people. Responding to this malaise, the words of J. Krishnamurti direct each person to become his own teacher as well as his own disciple. He asks us to use his words as mirror to look at ourselves as we actually are and to see the totality of existence. To look in such a manner, the mind must be completely free – not bound by authority of any kind.
But this freedom should not be misunderstood to mean freedom to lead an undisciplined, self-indulgent life. The freedom of which Krishnamurti speaks requires a total revolution in the psyche itself. When the mind empties itself of the known, then the human being can undergo complete transformation.
Publisher: Krishnamurti Foundation India
Current publication: 2014
Pages count: 164
First published: 1972