Krishnamurti on Dialogue
‘If a question is left in the air, it is like a rose bud that gradually unfolds to show its nature and depth; it has its own vitality, energy and drive. That is a dialogue, not just accepting or rejecting what the other is saying.’
This week’s episode on Dialogue has five sections.
The first extract (2:34) is from the first discussion in Saanen 1976, titled ‘What does a dialogue imply?’
The second extract (6:15) is from the third discussion in Saanen 1979, titled ‘Good relationship in dialogue’.
The third extract (9:18) is from Krishnamurti’s third talk in Bombay 1978, titled ‘Don’t get caught in words’.
The fourth extract (15:34) is from the fourth talk in Bombay 1984, titled ‘In dialogue you and I disappear and only the question remains’.
The final extract in this episode (21:18) is from the first discussion at Brockwood Park in 1977, titled ‘A dialogue with oneself’.