Krishnamurti & the Art of Awakening

Krishnamurti Quote of the Day

Madras, India | Group Discussion 28th October, 1947

... any form of conclusion, right or wrong, immediate or ultimate, now or final, or any form of working hypothesis consciously or unconsciously held, is detrimental to full comprehension or understanding of the whole process of existence. Hindrances are not overcome or broken; but when the mind becomes aware of the hindrances, those hindrances cease to be.

Tags: bias, surety

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