When you realise that you are the world, and it is really an extraordinary thing to realise that, not verbally, not as ideation, an idea or mental concept, but as an actuality, it is a tremendous thing. It breaks all limits of thought. It breaks down all barriers. It breaks down the very centre of your being, which is the ‘me’. When you say, ‘I am the world and the world is me,’ there is no ‘me’. So it is a tremendous thing to realise. Then you will know what compassion is.


Extraordinary times demand extraordinary action. What could be more extraordinary than to ‘break all limits of thought’ and to have insight inform our actions? Krishnamurti was determined to break these limits in each of us and was certain that the resulting insight would lead to ‘marvellous human beings’ and ‘change the world tomorrow’. There has been a surge of interest in his message during the last six months and it is clear the world urgently needs the change he speaks of. Brockwood Park exists to explore, nurture and share this change. 

Everywhere the impact of recent events has been felt in some form, and Brockwood is no exception. Our main sources of income at Brockwood, including donations, have been affected by the pandemic and may continue to be so. We are confident that we can weather the storm, but if you are in a position to assist at this time, no matter how small the donation, we would greatly appreciate it.

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Krishnamurti Foundation Trust is not a religious organisation but an educational charitable trust that exists to preserve and make available Krishnamurti’s teachings. The Foundation maintains an extensive archive of Krishnamurti’s original works and is actively engaged in publishing his teachings in various forms, including creating a free online collection of all Krishnamurti’s video recordings and most of his audio recordings.

The Krishnamurti Centre expects to re-open in the Autumn. Situated in the peaceful countryside of Hampshire, it offers a quiet retreat for those wishing to study the teachings. Guests come from around the world to make use of the Centre’s extensive collection of Krishnamurti books, audio and video recordings, to participate in dialogues, to enjoy the special atmosphere of the Centre, and to walk in the surrounding countryside.

Brockwood Park School was founded in 1969 and is an international, co-educational boarding school offering a personalised holistic education, with exam and non-exam options, for around 70 students. It is deeply inspired by Krishnamurti’s teaching, which encourages academic excellence, self-understanding, creativity and integrity, in a safe, non-competitive environment.

Inwoods Small School is situated on a charming property surrounded by trees, close to Brockwood Park. It operates as a local day school, currently for children aged five to seven, offering an educational approach inspired by Krishnamurti’s teachings. Inwoods provides an environment that nurtures sensitivity and encourages inquiring and attentive minds.

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The Krishnamurti Foundation Trust Ltd. is an educational charitable trust located in Brockwood Park, Hampshire, UK. It consists of the Krishnamurti Centre, the Krishnamurti Foundation Trust, Brockwood Park School and Inwoods Small School.

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Krishnamurti Foundation Trust Limited
Brockwood Park
Bramdean, Alresford
Hampshire SO24 0LQ
United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 1962 771525

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Registered Charity No. 312865

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