Krishnamurti & the Art of Awakening

Featured Articles

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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lidlo lady | A Dialogue With Oneself

We like to believe K was talking about what we don't understand but need to. We give him the benefit of the doubt because we know we're confused...

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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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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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In Loco Parentis: Reflections on Caring for Teenagers
Toon Zweers | A Holistic Education

It's the first week of September and a flock of teenagers has descended on Brockwood. The house and the outbuildings that have lain in relative ...

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Featured Excerpts

On Loneliness
London, England | 5th Public Talk 25th June 1955
One of our problems, it seems to me, amongst so many others, is this dependence, dependence on people for our happiness, dependence on capacity, th...
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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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Ommen Campfire Talks 1
Krishnamurti Early Writings | Ommen, Holland 1926
What is the Kingdom of Happiness, where does it exist and how can we attain it? What does it mean, and in what manner can we conquer it? By what th...
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Featured Interview Answers

What future do you foresee for Krishnamurti's works? Do you think they will grow in importance or will they just gradually die away?
answered by Don Chittenden
That future is not mine to see, that I know of.
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Are there any aspects of Krishnamurti's teaching that you find implausible or difficult to accept?
answered by Cornelia Seeger Tappy
The question for me is whether K's example and teaching are relevant for the ordinary human being. He was a man of love, but also - in his role as...
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Can dialogue - in the sense of sincere inquiry - be organized or can it only come about spontaneously, unprompted?
answered by Surendra Maganti
After we have completely understood then probably something spontaneous happens all the time , yet dialogues have their limitations as well hence...
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Featured Member Statements

David C
For much of my life I have let others define me, in thoughts, words and actions. Now I am trying to separate myself from those definitions, and wri...
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Shalimar Wijay
At present I am inquiring into what we call living.
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Ranga Charlu Vadahanambi
I am born in the same place where JK was born( born in next street), heard JK speaches at Rishivally during my student days.
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Golad Le
sit to thinking sometime
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