Krishnamurti with Ravi Ravindra

Episode Notes

This conversation between Krishnamurti and Ravi Ravindra was recorded in Ojai, California, in 1985. The inquiry includes: What do we mean by energy? The brain has tremendous energy. Is it possible for me to know what happens when I die, without inventing theories? Is all I have collected different from the ‘I’? The world is in disorder and 99% of people are disorderly. We rarely ask what death is. What does it mean to die? How do you find out?

Ravi Ravindra was born in India and later moved to Canada. He holds a Ph.D. in physics and an M.A. in philosophy, and is professor of Comparative Religion at Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia. He met Krishnamurti in the 1960s and the two met formally and informally over the years. Among his many books, Two Birds on One Tree and Centred Self, focussing on his time with Krishnamurti.

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