Krishnamurti on Seeking
‘When you seek, you are seeking something away from the actual fact, towards something that will give you greater pleasure. One seeks because one is dissatisfied with the normal, shallow, narrow, cunning existence.’
This week’s episode on Seeking has three sections.
The first extract (2:47) is from Krishnamurti’s fourth talk in Madras 1967, titled: What Are You Seeking?
The second extract (44:14) is from the sixth talk in New York 1966, titled: There Must Be an End To Seeking.
The final extract in this episode (1:08:35) is from Krishnamurti’s sixth talk in New Delhi 1962, titled: A Mind No Longer Seeking.