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- J Krishnamurti

What brings order in the world is to love and let love do what it will."

"It is love alone that leads to right action.

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Video Screening at Vasanta Vihar

Date: 16 April 2017, Sunday
Theme: Holistic Observation – 1st Public Talk, Ojai 1982.

Is it possible to look at life as a whole, the suffering, the pleasure, the pain, the tremendous anxiety, loneliness, going to the office, having a house, sex, having children, as though they were not separate activities, but as a holistic movement, a unitary action? Is that possible at all? Or must we everlastingly live in fragmentation and therefore for ever in conflict? Is it possible to observe the fragmentation and the identification with those fragments? To observe, not correct, not transcend, not run away from or suppress, but observe. It is not a matter of what to do about it; because if you attempt to do something about it you are then acting from a fragment and therefore cultivating further fragments and divisions, Whereas, if you can observe holistically, observe the whole movement of life as one, then conflict with its destructive energy not only ceases but also out of that observation comes a totally new approach to life. 

–  The Flame of Attention

The Awakening of Intelligence

This comprehensive record of Krishnamurti’s teaching is an excellent, wide-ranging introduction to the renowned teacher’s thoughts. This books is being relaunched by Krishnamurti Foundation India for the first time in India, since its original publication abroad five decades ago. The highly-acclaimed book sheds light on the predicament of humanity and is of great relevance in these times of sharpening divisions, corruption and deepening material greed.’

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J Krishnamurti

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Books of J Krishnamurti

Quotes of Krishnamurti

Question: Is our life predetermined, or is the way of life to be freely chosen?
Krishnamurti: So long as we have choice, surely there is no freedom. Please follow this; do not merely reject or accept it, but let us think it out together. The mind that is capable of choosing is not free because in choice there is always conflict, conscious or unconscious, and a mind that is in conflict is never free. Our life is full of conflict; we are always choosing between good and bad, between this and that; you know this very well. We are always comparing, judging, evaluating, accepting, rejecting -that is the process of our life, which is a constant struggle, and a mind that is struggling is never free.

Hamburg 1956,Talk 4

Is our life predetermined?