Krishnamurti & the Art of Awakening

Featured Articles

Mind and Brain
Nick Short | A New Science

While there is much common ground between the two authors, they come from different perspectives on what constitutes the basis of human consciou...

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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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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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I, Thought
nick carter | A Dialogue With Oneself

I know nothing of "intelligence", though I assume it is not just a fanciful idea. I consider this a reasonable assumption because life, as f...

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Friedrich's Newsletter - September 2011
Friedrich Grohe | Reports
Dear Friends,

It’s been 21 years since my first annual newsletter to friends and family, and 15 years since that r...

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Featured Excerpts

Ommen Campfire Talks 2
Krishnamurti Early Writings | Ommen, Holland 1926
All wise people, all people who are searching after knowledge, must look about them and contemplate. All things, whether living or non-living, are ...
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The Central Core of Thinking
Beginnings of Learning | School Dialogue, Brockwood Park, England. June 1971
Krishnamurti: We are all terribly solemn this morning, aren't we? What do you think about all day long and why do you think about these things? Are...
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On Awareness
Talks and Dialogues, Saanen 1967 | 6th Public Dialogue, August 7th, 1967
Krishnamurti: This is the last discussion or dialogue. We have talked during these past five days about various forms of violence, self-knowing and...
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Featured Interview Answers

Do you ever feel that you have been conditioned by Krishnamurti's teachings?
answered by Kannan Es
Yes I did had the experience felt on few occassions more on a subtle level.
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Can dialogue - in the sense of sincere inquiry - be organized or can it only come about spontaneously, unprompted?
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Do you think it advisable to introduce Krishnamurti to people you know? Have you ever done it and if yes, what are your experiences?
answered by Eileen Wilkinson
I will only introduce Krishnamurti to people I think will be open to his teachings. This are people who are already searching for a spiritual under...
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Featured Member Statements

Paul Lanzon
My thinking is something like a cloudless sky - at least that is how it usually ends. Thoughts have always seemed unreal to me and so insubstantial...
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Ibsen Birgers
I'm aware of distance between "me" and whatever else. The sense of separation is my life. And were this not the case why would i sign o...
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Golad Le
sit to thinking sometime
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David Browne
I see the danger of nationalism and how being part of the group or nation we feel safe and secure. As soon as our group is threatened or criticised...
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