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Krishnamurti
on Meditation

Krishnamurti and David Bohm in conversation

Krishnamurti’s approach to meditation is perhaps unique. It is certainly radical. It has been described as ‘techniqueless meditation’, eschewing the practices, goals and controls advocated by most teachers and traditions. Meditation, he says, is not something you do or experience, nor can it be learned from another. It is not concentration or contemplation. There is nowhere to get to, and…

Krishnamurti
and David Bohm

Krishnamurti and David Bohm in conversation

In our discussions, we went deeply into questions which concerned me. We probed into the nature of space and time, and of the universal, both with regard to external nature and with regard to mind. Then we went on to consider the general disorder and confusion that pervades the consciousness of mankind. It is here that I encountered Krishnamurti’s major discovery…

Krishnamurti
and Yoga

Black and white portrait of Jiddu Krishnamurti

One can see for oneself how important it is to have a physical organism that is independently intelligent, not chivvied about or driven by thought, by desire, by various pressures and strains, so that the body, the organism is no longer controlled, shaped by thought in its search for pleasure and the avoidance of pain or fear, and has the quality of great sensitivity and intelligence…

Book: What Are You Doing With Your Life?

Book cover of What are you Doing with your Life? by J. Krishnamurti

What are you? What do you want from life?
In this book, Krishnamurti offers his inspiring wisdom on many of life’s hurdles from relationships and love, to anxiety and loneliness. He answers such questions as ‘What is the significance of life?’ and ‘How do I live life to the full?’ to reveal the best way of being true to yourself…

A History of the Foundation

Vintage photo of worker at Krishnamurti Foundation Trust

In the early 1930s, after Krishnamurti left the Theosophical Society, KWInc replaced the Star Publishing Trust as the main publisher for Krishnamurti’s work. This organisation had gradually assumed increasing powers, with the consequence that Krishnamurti had lost control over his own work. The founding of the KFT was the first move made to rectify this situation…

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Krishnamurti
and Aldous Huxley

A portrait of writer Aldous Huxley

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Krishnamurti
and Scientists

Krishnamurti at a seminar at Brockwood Park

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Krishnamurti
and Education

Krishnamurti speaking to students at Brockwood Park School

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