I feel that life is both joyful when free and miserable when burdened. Self is the factor. The burden of self, with all the thoughts and obsessions, blocks the beauty ever present when the self is not. I think there is good and bad intention, but any intention is of the self. The consequences of the intention may be difficult to bear. The world is as it is because of self. Capitalism, consumerism promote exploitation of resources and others. There seems to be a desparate climb to the top of the heap and then there is no love. Exploitation, competition are ever present and in that presence are the lies and the deceit of self-image.
Group dialogue opens many perspectives. It's very important in promoting thought.View all answers to this question
Sometimes, I would say yes, when I am calm. I can be very calm when reading and discussing the teachings. But, when I panic, I wonder what good have the teachings been.View all answers to this question
Perception of the moment may be the transformation. That may be accessible to all. Krishnamurti had an exceptional life, with extraordinary training in his early years. The intensity of that training may have fast-tracked him to the present moment without self, just pure observation.View all answers to this question
No, but maybe life would be easier if I had. I am very much my self with all the blockages one can imagine.View all answers to this question
Krishnamurti is the Open Door.View all answers to this question
Many other teachers are coming along with the same message and are much more concise and articulate. The message will continue perennially delivered through countless vehicles. Fewer and fewer people will be able to make a living of K's teachings.View all answers to this question
None of the teachings is implausible as long as they are perceptible.View all answers to this question
I prefer reading books as my personal study and then taking long walks through the mountains. Dialogues are also very important. to me.View all answers to this question
I have introduced Krishnamurti to some friends. Some have been quite taken with what he has to say. Others have has strong revulsion because of their religion.View all answers to this question
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