i'm very interested in the sharing of personal thoughts, ideas, experiences, epiphanies, interpretations, etc.
be here, now ... fully, passionately.View all answers to this question
i've recommended krishnamurti to a few people, but only if i feel they are on a similar path already and can take the fire of krishnamurti's words.View all answers to this question
yes. and i think it could be a good thing to do. with one big caveat: you'd have to make sure that the 'user-friendly-izing' of krishnamurti did not introduce any falsehoods into the teachings. this would be quite challenging.View all answers to this question
both, as i see it. krishnamurti had a genius for 'spiritual work' just like mozart had a genius for music. the exact transformation he spoke of was fully accessible only to him; it was his unique path. but it is possible for others to undergo a transformation that 'brings them' to the same state of realization.View all answers to this question
i hardly ever study krishnamurti's teachings anymore. i need to work these things out for myself, on my own. reading krishnamurti tends to take me away from the inner personal work i need to do.View all answers to this question
i'm interested in seeing/living the Truth, not in understanding krishnamurti's teachings. for this reason, group dialogue around subtle points of krishnamurti 'logic' doesn't interest me; in fact, it tends to do more harm than good for me, keeps me locked up in the head. i am very drawn to group sharing (ideas, feelings, epiphanies, etc.) but not if it is beholden to one man's philosophy.View all answers to this question
yes: the methodology (or lack of same). effortless transformation through deep understanding of 'what is' feels right. but without some map/path most people are going to remain lost and eventually get frustrated and give up.View all answers to this question
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