Krishnamurti & the Art of Awakening
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A Dialogue With Oneself

  • The Way We Live by Paul Dimmock Go-to

    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 further through this article, for that is all that thi...

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  • Bringing Confusion into the Laboratory by Rasmus Tinning Go-to

    Theory can be useful, but is ultimately barren. In spite of that, we would rather cling to it forever, than have anything to do with confusion. But avoiding confusion creates confusion. Most peo...

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  • Confessions of a K Fanatic by Dev Singh Go-to

    Life is too serious a thing to play with. I have never considered the intensity and singularity of my interest in the teachings of J. Krishnamurti as anything peculiar, since this has bee...

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  • The Underlying Authority by nick carter Go-to

    The underlying authority is in control and there is nothing you can do to breech or even approach the impregnable, impenetrable fortress from which it dictates your behavior. There is no magi...

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  • This Old Brain by nick carter Go-to

    New Brain: Awaken to the reality that there is no past and no future; that there is only the present, now and forever. Old Brain: Right. We've been hearing that forever and no one disagrees. New: A...

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  • I, Thought by nick carter Go-to

    I know nothing of "intelligence", though I assume it is not just a fanciful idea. I consider this a reasonable assumption because life, as far as I can tell, is more intelligent than I. What I ...

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  • Seeing What Is by Jürgen Brandt Go-to

    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 is the normal way, seeing the world as a compilation ...

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  • The Monkeys of Varanasi by Javier Gómez Rodríguez Go-to

    I once saw a nature documentary that disturbed me quite a bit. It concerned a group of monkeys who lived in a temple complex in Varanasi. Varanasi or Benares is one of the holiest cities of Hinduis...

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  • Understanding by lidlo lady Go-to

    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 and deluded and hope that he wasn't. This immature a...

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  • Navigating Impossible Straits by Javier Gómez Rodríguez Go-to

    I have been reflecting on what happens when people become apparently immersed in the teachings, dedicating their lives to them. A number of options are possible. On the one hand the teachings can ...

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