Krishnamurti & the Art of Awakening

Featured Articles

I, Thought
nick carter | A Dialogue With Oneself

I know nothing of "intelligence", though I assume it is not just a fanciful idea. I consider this a reasonable assumption because life, as f...

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Philosophy and Ethics in Schools
Reginald Vidler | A Holistic Education


I came upon the teaching of Philosophy and Ethics in schools almost by accident. I had been appointed to teach Music and English...

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Seeing What Is
Jürgen Brandt | A Dialogue With Oneself

Is it not what I am doing all the time? Right now, I see the computer screen, the desk, the cup of tea, the window and the tree out there. This ...

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This Old Brain
nick carter | A Dialogue With Oneself

New Brain: Awaken to the reality that there is no past and no future; that there is only the present, now and forever.


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Experiencing Dialogue
Jackie McInley | On Dialogue

The main starting idea was to use the guidelines of David Bohm?s On Dialogue: listening, suspending opinions, looking at the movement of one?s t...

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Featured Excerpts

The Central Core of Thinking
Beginnings of Learning | School Dialogue, Brockwood Park, England. June 1971
Krishnamurti: We are all terribly solemn this morning, aren't we? What do you think about all day long and why do you think about these things? Are...
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What does it mean to be serious?
Total Freedom | First Talk at Rajghat School, Varanasi, 1955
If we can begin by considering what it is to be serious, then perhaps our investigation into the whole process of our thinking and responding to th...
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The Core of the Teaching
Krishnamurti Foundation Trust | October 21, 1980
The following statement, which contains the essence of the teaching, was written by Krishnamurti himself on October 21, 1980. "The core o...
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Jan 25, 2019 - Jan 27, 2019
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Featured Interview Answers

Has coming into contact with Krishnamurti and his teachings had any perceptible effect on your life and/or relationships?
answered by Dharmesh Vyas
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How do you personally go about exploring the Krishnamurti's teachings (through personal study, dialogues, dvds)?
answered by J L
through personal study and dialogues.
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How important do you consider group dialogue to be in understanding the more subtle points of Krishnamurti's message?
answered by Jaime Aramburo
Very important, because it is easy to get isolated and not being challenged by other on what we are learning, so that we can keep wrong assumptions...
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Featured Member Statements

Kumar Venkataraman
Thought has set us up in an imaginary psychological path in tandem with our real being . Due to this we are made to run a parallel race to catch u...
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Ray Drew
As a wildlife photographer and writer, I am constantly confronted by the fact of cruelty to wildlife in my region and their disappearing habitat, T...
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Timothy Orr
I've been studying K's teachings for many years.
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i'm very interested in the sharing of personal thoughts, ideas, experiences, epiphanies, interpretations, etc.
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