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Krishnamurti on Yoga

‘Yoga is not just having a beautiful body.’

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What Love Is Not

‘We don’t know how to love, we only know how to think about love.’

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What Do We Mean by Education?

‘A mind that is learning is a free mind.’

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What Is Our Relationship to Nature?

‘If you lose relationship with nature, you lose relationship with humanity.’

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Krishnamurti on Mental Health

‘How is mental health to be measured, and what does it mean to be truly healthy?’

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Krishnamurti on Meditation

‘Meditation must come naturally, like a flower that blooms. You cannot force it.’

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The Meaning of Death

‘Can you know death in the same way that you know living?’

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The Root of Fear

‘It is only with direct contact with fear that you are free.’

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The Art of Looking, Listening, Learning

‘There is no need for belief when you are only concerned with facts.’

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The Search for Meaning

‘Not knowing what it is all about, we look to somebody else to tell us the purpose of life.’

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On Loneliness

‘As long as there is self-centred activity, there must be loneliness.’

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What Will You Do With Your Life?

‘Don’t you want to find out if it is possible to live in this world richly, fully, happily?’

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Freedom From the Self

‘Beauty is the quiet of the self forgotten.’

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On Hurt

‘Who is hurt? Is it the image you have about yourself?’

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The Transformation of Consciousness

‘Any form of change based on tradition or authority is no change at all.’

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The Observer and the Observed

‘The observer is watching, judging, censoring, accepting, rejecting.’

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What Is Our Responsibility in the World?

‘If we change in our relationship, society changer.’

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What Is Compassion?

‘Compassion is not sentiment, it is not woolly sympathy or empathy.’

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Krishnamurti and David Bohm

Two of the greatest minds of our time come together in a mutual exploration to the edge of the known.

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Creativity

‘Creativity cannot be invited; it has to come to you.’

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Attachment and Freedom

‘One who is afraid of emptiness, of being nothing, is attached.’

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What Brings Disorder in Relationships?

‘Thought creates the image and our relationships are between images.’

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Can the Mind Be Free of Conditioning?

‘Freeing the mind from conditioning is the ending of sorrow.’

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The Ending of Conflict

‘Face the fact that you are in conflict, and live with it completely.’

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Time and the Timeless

‘If there is no tomorrow, there is a tremendous revolution inwardly.’

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Krishnamurti on War

‘War is the spectacular and bloody projection of our everyday life.’

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A Perception Free of Time

‘Perception is instantaneous, timeless; there is no gradual approach to it.’