After establishing a number of these in different parts of the world, Krishnamurti began to speak of the need to create a place for adults. It was to be a place of stillness and peace, a source where, undisturbed and away from the distractions of everyday life, those interested in his teachings could study and reflect in depth on the relevance of the teachings to their lives.
In 1982 Krishnamurti began to describe a place more specifically. He spoke of a place of quiet, a building which should be beautiful but simple, comfortable but austere, where the record of all his teachings would be available for study by people who would bring their own seriousness, interest and enquiry. It was not to be a place for interpretation, where someone would lead others or where studying would be organised or directed by another.
As Krishnamurti said: "The teachings themselves are the expression of that truth which serious people must find for themselves".
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