I lean towards Theravada Buddhism these days but I got my start reading Krishnamurti for decades. His technique (my word, not his) of inquiry by asking questions that leave me in a quiet state of observation, I now relate to Buddhist meditation. I wouldn't mind meeting some other Krishnamurti fans if there are any around here.
I think that dialogue can be organized. Waiting for spontaneous unprompted dialogue (in this sense) between people is never going to work. Krishnamurti had gatherings. Besides, normal conversation is only about the details of life, not the essence of life.View all answers to this question
I really don't know. It would be a shame if they do. I am heartened by the fact that Kinfonet exists many years after his death.View all answers to this question
There is really no place for "ready acceptance" in investigating something. Doubt is healthy and normal unless one already understands something.View all answers to this question
no, unless by definition all experience is conditioningView all answers to this question
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