Krishnamurti & the Art of Awakening

Featured Articles

The Way We Live
Paul Dimmock | A Dialogue With Oneself

The way we live on this earth is terribly wrong. Perhaps, if one can listen to this statement in its totality, there may be no need to proceed f...

read article
Understanding and Insight
Dev Singh | Editorials

A few years before his death, prompted by his biographer Mary Lutyens, Krishnamurti wrote a summary of his entire messa...

read article
Breaking New Ground in a Krishnamurti Committee
Bernd Hollstein | On Dialogue

I would like to open up something for discussion that has been increasingly on my mind ever since I began to work with the Krishnamurti Forum fi...

read article
The Underlying Authority
nick carter | A Dialogue With Oneself

The underlying authority is in control and there is nothing you can do to breech or even approach the impregnable, impenetrable fortress fro...

read article
A Personal View of Dialogue
Robert Bloomfield | On Dialogue

What is dialogue? I think it is a process. What is the process? I think the process is listening. Of course, there is a fundamental difficulty. ...

read article

Featured Excerpts

Ommen Campfire Talks 2
Krishnamurti Early Writings | Ommen, Holland 1926
All wise people, all people who are searching after knowledge, must look about them and contemplate. All things, whether living or non-living, are ...
read excerpt
On Happiness and Religion
This Matter of Culture | Chapter 4
Why are you here listening to me? Have you ever considered why you listen to people at all? And what does listening to somebody mean? All of you he...
read excerpt
The True Enemy of Freedom
Krishnamurti Early Writings | Bombay, India 1928
Inner and outer freedom cannot be separated. Greater than any country is life; and it is only when a country has realised, and adjusted itself to t...
read excerpt

Upcoming Events

Exploring Silence Retreat
Dialogue Retreats
Pietralunga, Italy
Aug 25, 2018 - Sep 06, 2018
more details
The Power Of Now Living In The Present
Annual Gatherings
Ootacamund, India
May 24, 2018 - May 28, 2018
more details
Can Fear Ever End?
Dialogue Retreats
Les Plans-sur-Bex, Switzerland
May 28, 2018 - Jun 03, 2018
more details

Featured Interview Answers

Do you think it advisable to introduce Krishnamurti to people you know? Have you ever done it and if yes, what are your experiences?
answered by Jason Kipp
I don't introduce his thoughts to everyone I meet on a regular basis. Ussually I observe and find out how open they tend to be. Most of the people...
read entire answer
Do you ever feel that you have been conditioned by Krishnamurti's teachings?
answered by George Brockett
There is conditioning by thought on thought but insight is of a different dimension and K helps with insight...
read entire answer
Are there any aspects of Krishnamurti's teaching that you find implausible or difficult to accept?
answered by Setijadi Setijadi
read entire answer

Featured Member Statements

Robert Sayegh
Ten days, one thought: As the passion of flames calms and settles, and the dark cold emptiness hazily flickers, could the gap keep growing? should ...
read entire statement
Sneh Deep
i am in search of exploring my own potential,want to grow as a person doing something for needy
read entire statement
Daniel James
Myself Daniel James and I am a healthcare expert by profession at GenericViagraSafe online pharmacy GenericViagraSafe online pharmacy is the world ...
read entire statement
Sunder Shah
Living the Teaching is a challenge.It requires lot of work ,being aware of every thing at physical and psychological level .It is a matter of heigh...
read entire statement

Welcome to Kinfonet. You need to sign in or sign up to post events, contact other members or join discussions.

The Beauty
of the Mountain


Memories of J. Krishnamurti
by Friedrich Grohe
Read or download this newly revised edition.

Friedrich's Newsletter


News and views from the international Krishnamurti community.
Read or download Friedrich's last newsletter.

Newest Members

Send an E-Card


Send any photo as a personalized postcard with a Krishnamurti quote. Courtesy of