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“Krishnamurti would tell you to investigate the workings of your own mind, in the same way that the Buddha taught us to investigate how suffering arises and by discovering the roots of suffering in our own minds arrive at a state of consciousness...

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“Krishnamurti would tell you to investigate the workings of your own mind, in the same way that the Buddha taught us to investigate how suffering arises and by discovering the roots of suffering in our own minds arrive at a state of consciousness that he described as "the end of suffering." ~Eckhart Tolle

“J. Krishnamurti was a spiritual genius who was at least a hundred years ahead of his time. J. Krishnamurti freely and spontaneously expressed Truth beyond Mind and Time. Humanity will be indebted for posterity." ~Deepak Chopra, MD

 “Hearing Krishnamurti speak was like listening to a discourse of the Buddha… such power, such intrinsic authority.” ~Aldous Huxle

Violence is 'like a stone' dropped in a lake: the waves spread and spread; at the centre is the "me." As long as the "me" survives in any form, very subtly or grossly, there must be violence,' says Krishnamurti in these talks and discussions which, apart from dealing with the problem of individual and collective violence, also contain frequent references to what is and what is not the religious mind.

This book contains authentic reports of public talks and discussions held in 1970 in Santa Monica, San Diego, London, Brockwood Park (England), and Rome.

 

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“Krishnamurti would tell you to investigate the workings of your own mind, in the same way that the Buddha taught us to investigate how suffering arises and by discovering the roots of suffering in our own minds arrive at a state of consciousness that he described as "the end of suffering." ~Eckhart Tolle

“J. Krishnamurti was a spiritual genius who was at least a hundred years ahead of his time. J. Krishnamurti freely and spontaneously expressed Truth beyond Mind and Time. Humanity will be indebted for posterity." ~Deepak Chopra, MD

 “Hearing Krishnamurti speak was like listening to a discourse of the Buddha… such power, such intrinsic authority.” ~Aldous Huxle

Violence is 'like a stone' dropped in a lake: the waves spread and spread; at the centre is the "me." As long as the "me" survives in any form, very subtly or grossly, there must be violence,' says Krishnamurti in these talks and discussions which, apart from dealing with the problem of individual and collective violence, also contain frequent references to what is and what is not the religious mind.

This book contains authentic reports of public talks and discussions held in 1970 in Santa Monica, San Diego, London, Brockwood Park (England), and Rome.

 

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