I read all the "Commentaries on Living' in the 60's and was deeply effected by their insight and distillation of seemingly unrelated facets of life into interconnected pieces of a puzzle. I have also studied the I Ching since that time and consider it and Krishnamurti to be the main influences on my continuing struggle to think for myself!
You are the World.View all answers to this question
If it were not accessible, I don't think he would have wasted his time talking about it.View all answers to this question
The truth he was speaking about will not die:
"If it's true, it doesn't matter who said it"
Probably not. What passes as practicable is often just a way to continue well worn paths.View all answers to this question
Krishnamurti would say we learn only in our relationships with one another.View all answers to this question
I have talked to others in the past about Krishnamurti, however I view it as mostly a personal experience. Others find him too abstract or whatever.View all answers to this question
Organization implies imposing a structure. Not a very free and open format.View all answers to this question
If I was conditioned to think for myself then thankfully, yes.View all answers to this question
'Commentaries on Living'View all answers to this question
Oh well, its all rather difficult but not implausible.View all answers to this question
Experiment, then move on. Try not to get grouchy when the experiment fails.View all answers to this question
Since I haven't lived without Krishnamurti it's hard to say. His thoughts are radical and encouraged me to take chances and follow my own instincts.View all answers to this question
Not really, seems a bit trite, as if one were trying to be something rather than being oneself.View all answers to this question
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