As some of you may know, the Link Magazine has printed its last issue. Going forward, articles that would have appeared in the magazine can be read online at Kinfonet. For those unfamiliar with the Link, it was a magazine published by the KLI (Krishnamurti Link International), a small team of people from six countries, including Friedrich Grohe, all of whom share a deep passion for the work of Krishnamurti.
The Link started out as Friedrich's Newsletter, an annual brief sent to friends and family. As Friedrich's interest in Krishnamurti grew, the newsletter's focus shifted in kind and became an eclectic collection of news and articles inspired by the works of Krishnamurti.
To keep up the communication, Friedrich has resumed writing his newsletter. The first issue can now be viewed on Kinfonet.
In other news, we'd like to extend our best wishes to Jaap Sluijter, who has recently been appointed director of the Krishnamurti Foundation of America.
Krishnamurti Education Center Ojai, California
September 29, 2011 - October 01, 2011
Theme Weekends are for people eager to inquire into fundamental questions in an atmosphere of togetherness and openness. These events are suitable for those already acquainted with the teachings as well as those fairly new to them. The playing of Krishnamurti video and/or audio recordings Continue reading…
Sant'Andrea, Pietralunga, Umbria, Italy
October 05, 2011 - October 08, 2011
Retreat with Rajesh Dalal. Thought plays an extraordinary role in our life. Desire, fear, anger, violence, jealousy, ambition, conflict, in fact almost all facets of our consciousness, are based on thought. Without a deep exploration of 'thought' it is not possible to live a life of 'freedom', 'peace' or 'love'. Is there an 'intelligence' that the mind can come in contact with Continue reading…
Krishanmurti Australia, Springbrook, Queensland
November 8, 2011 - November 15, 2011
The annual gathering of Krishnamurti Australia held in the beautiful countryside of Springbrook Queensland. The program consists of viewing and discussing Krishnamurti DVDs with ample opportunity for informal interaction and walks in the surrounding rainforest. The food is vegetarian and often organic. Continue reading…
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