Krishnamurti & the Art of Awakening

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Bringing Confusion into the Laboratory
Rasmus Tinning | A Dialogue With Oneself

Theory can be useful, but is ultimately barren. In spite of that, we would rather cling to it forever, than have anything to do with confusion. ...

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From Light To Darkness
Kinfonet Editorial Board | Editorials

In March of 1927, the young German physicist Werner Heisenberg discovered what was to become known as ?The Uncertainty Principle?- a theory tha...

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The Secret Life of Trees
Kinfonet Editorial Board | Editorials

Is beauty, as the saying goes, in the eye of the beholder? Consider what transpires when we stand awe-struck before a piece of exquisite art, or...

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Of Time and Timelessness
Kinfonet Editorial Board | Editorials
"People like us, who believe in physics, know that the distinction between past, present, and future is only a stu...
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An Interview With Friedrich Grohe
Tess Larosse | K in the Media

Krishnamurti – Local personality remembered 25 years after his death

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Featured Excerpts

On Loneliness
London, England | 5th Public Talk 25th June 1955
One of our problems, it seems to me, amongst so many others, is this dependence, dependence on people for our happiness, dependence on capacity, th...
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On Happiness and Religion
This Matter of Culture | Chapter 4
Why are you here listening to me? Have you ever considered why you listen to people at all? And what does listening to somebody mean? All of you he...
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The Urgency of Change | Awareness
Questioner: I should like to know what you mean by awareness because you have often said that awareness is really what your teaching is about. I've...
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Featured Interview Answers

Do you think it is possible to make Krishnamurti more "practicable" than what he himself seems to have allowed for?
answered by John Raica
I think it will be more productive to view this as a "Living Spirituality" on the Indian model, you have "Great Speakers" and" less-than great-cont...
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Are there any aspects of Krishnamurti's teaching that you find implausible or difficult to accept?
answered by Krishnan Srinivasan
There is nothing yet I have come across but there remains only fascination and exploration into my own centre/"I"
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How important do you consider group dialogue to be in understanding the more subtle points of Krishnamurti's message?
answered by Prasad Mulupuri
The best way to understand krishnaji is to allow his voice and figure and words to seep through you.Group dialogues can be as helpfu as unhelpful.
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Featured Member Statements

Derick J.
I first read JK as a young man of maybe twenty. I liked what he said but passed them by because of preocupations like the party life, drugs, but mo...
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Rob F
What we 'experience' is all in the mind and not 'outside' the mind.
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Kamarajugadda Mallik Arjuna Rao
I normlly do not hold on to any belief,atleast at consciouss level.Quite possible that I may hold on to some thing traditionally,which when it come...
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Vipul Singh
Life is about making a contribution to the world in whatever way one can......And about feeling the oneness which is the base on which everything r...
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