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Topic: How will you decide that something is 'bad'? Tue, 09 Oct 2012

dhirendra singh wrote: Is there anything which can show what is right or wrong? Or there is none.

Can you know what is right?

yes, but not all the time.But don't know how to express it. gb

Topic: Identity Tue, 09 Oct 2012

Inglish Man wrote: all the time praising itself to hide its failures,

then they should make K as guru. gb

Topic: Identity Tue, 09 Oct 2012

kamarajugadda Mallik ArjunaRao wrote: Wah!Ravi Seth sab ispe kuch bolen?

I miss hindi as well as Sanskrit. telugu too when it comes to thyagaraja kirtanas.

gb

Topic: How will you decide that something is 'bad'? Tue, 09 Oct 2012

naughty:) gb

Topic: Science and Religion Tue, 09 Oct 2012

Julian S wrote: scientists may regard the physical world as made of information, with energy and matter as incidentals."

collective conditioning? gb

Topic: How will you decide that something is 'bad'? Tue, 09 Oct 2012

randal patrick wrote: No, you start first.

is is none of us have started. gb

Topic: How will you decide that something is 'bad'? Mon, 08 Oct 2012

I don't know, but i feel something going bad in kinfonet nowadays. gb

Topic: Sorrow Mon, 08 Oct 2012

Paul Davidson wrote: Of course, the physical organism is the basis of perception and memory. The digestive system is the basis for digestion.

what is memory, it is to be purged then. gb

Topic: Sorrow Mon, 08 Oct 2012

lidlo lady wrote: An Indian without a guru is unthinkable.

Well LL who is K's guru.

perhaps gurus deliberately adopt a guru since they don't want to be gurus. gb

Topic: The Essential Krishnamurti Mon, 08 Oct 2012

Dean R. Smith wrote: Same as the mind: its own movement.

There was neither death nor immortality the. There was no distinguishing sign of night nor of day. That one breathed, windless, by its own impulse. Other than that there was nothing beyond. gb

Topic: Science and Religion Mon, 08 Oct 2012

lidlo lady wrote: observation reveals only ambiguity and mystery.

there observation without the observer is necessary. gb

Topic: Science and Religion Mon, 08 Oct 2012

lidlo lady wrote:

Science, having made the discovery that the act of observation affects the behavior of the observed,

if that is the case, how can you expect proof for perception taking place without memory. gb

Topic: Krazy K Kwotes Mon, 08 Oct 2012

lidlo lady wrote:

Never, in the history of guruism, has anyone corrected the guru. How dare you!

When we two, board the boat and sail forth to the middle of the ocean, we skim along the waters, we will swing in the swing and glitter. gb

Topic: Racism Mon, 08 Oct 2012

Paul Davidson wrote: Then thought.

Desire came upon that one in the beginning; that was the first seed of mind.Poets seeking in their heart with wisdom found the bond of existence in non existence.

Paul Davidson wrote: The bible says that in the beginning there was the word.

Brahaspati! When they set in motion the first beginning of speech, giving names, their most pure and perfectly guarded secret was revealed through love. gb

Topic: The Pitfalls of Having an Open Mind. Mon, 08 Oct 2012

Paul Davidson wrote: George Lanroh wrote: Point being if these structures are transcended through understanding it seems that what has been called surrender has taken place not by any form of becoming but through intelligence its self.

Mine Field answered: The field of intelligence/love has two gates...through one creation enters from source and through another it returns back to source...the total activity of entry and exit takes place simultaneously and in the same moment...the understanding that is referred to above by you must have a relation with the paradox mentioned above.

The dark day and the bright day, the two realm of space, turn by their own wisdom. As Agni Of all men was born, like a king he drove back the darkness with light.

He who understands this is the guardian of immortality, though he moves below another , he sees above him. gb

Topic: Truth and Fact Mon, 08 Oct 2012

Peter Kesting wrote: What is intelligence?

This is the first priest of oblation; look at him. This is the immortal light among mortals. this is the one who was born and firmly fixed, the immortal growing great in his body. gb

Topic: How will you decide that something is 'bad'? Mon, 08 Oct 2012

Paul Davidson wrote: The problem was that he tried to answer them.

please, please if you can show me what he tried to answer i ll be highly thankful to you. gb

Topic: Krazy K Kwotes Fri, 05 Oct 2012

Katy Ji wrote: It is difficult to do anything without 'will'...

But this will is of different kind which comes by itself with observation. gb

Topic: Truth and Fact Fri, 05 Oct 2012

Dean R. Smith wrote: The seer can be aware of its activities, the projections, etc., but the seer cannot see itself.

Is it not then clarity is its own proof. gb

Topic: The Pitfalls of Having an Open Mind. Fri, 05 Oct 2012

Jack Pine wrote: Katy Ji wrote:

WARNING: KRISHNAMURTI AND/OR KINFONET COULD BE BAD FOR YOUR MENTAL HEALTH!

The ecstasy of it, very few minds can take it up.It is like Vishwaroopa Darshana, a holistic perception. Once the phase is over they are free. gb

Topic: The Pitfalls of Having an Open Mind. Thu, 04 Oct 2012

Katy Ji wrote: With you, Katy :)

again yes now.but feeling sleepy. gb

Topic: The Pitfalls of Having an Open Mind. Thu, 04 Oct 2012

Katy Ji wrote: .. is...

yes. gb

Topic: Sorrow Thu, 04 Oct 2012

Katy Ji wrote: Something to be learned/practiced?

something not to be learned/practiced:) gb

Topic: The Pitfalls of Having an Open Mind. Thu, 04 Oct 2012

Katy Ji wrote: Just put thought in its place?

It is in its place. gb

Topic: Sorrow Thu, 04 Oct 2012

Katy Ji wrote: Very difficult to have 'no reaction' for a person like me...

That is action:) gb

Topic: The Pitfalls of Having an Open Mind. Thu, 04 Oct 2012

mind is one thing which is not necessary, at least operating it. gb

Topic: Sorrow Thu, 04 Oct 2012

Katy Ji wrote: I am just reacting to Kinfonet?

place for no reaction. gb

Topic: The Pitfalls of Having an Open Mind. Thu, 04 Oct 2012

Paul Davidson wrote: Never have your mind so open that your brains fall out.

why so careful about it gb

Topic: Sorrow Thu, 04 Oct 2012

Katy Ji wrote: !:) I wonder whether I rejected K or if K has rejected me?

neither. gb

Topic: Sorrow Thu, 04 Oct 2012

Katy Ji wrote: :) I hope that you are having a good day. Katy

as usual, thanks to K! gb

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