K's works, Martin Buber's "I and Thou", Lao Tze's "Tao Te Jing", Mark Haddon's "Curious incident of the dog in the night time", Robert A. Heinlein's "Starship Troopers"
Labyrinth (1986),12 Angry Men (1957), Lady in the Water, Sixth Sense.
Praan - Garry Schyman, Vaka - Sigur Ros
In the past: Marketing (my degree), NeuroLinguistic Programming (NLP). business consulting. Present: Self awareness, teaching (education), reading, movies, learning from people and spending time with family.
Yes, in my journey I've struggled many times with "living the sharings" and I find myself coming back to the first step after traveling far in the wrong directions. Sometimes its painful but its for the better through negation.
I shall quote David Bohm "It is perhaps rather like reading a book in which the pages have been scrambled up, and being intensely aware of this disorder, rather than just 'trying to make sense' of the confused content that arises when one just accepts the pages as they happen to come."View all answers to this question
In the past, I was excited to share what I had seen...I've been told many times "Benny, don't think too much. Why make it so complicated?" Someone told me to see a shrink.
A very close friend understood me and she introduced me to Plato's "Allegory of cave" and the life of Socrates. I understood what she was trying to explain to me.
Today, I don't talk about K much unless someone is very serious about inquiring about life. It is that seriousness that makes the sharing significant.View all answers to this question
Best Online source: http://www.jkrishnamurti.org/
I visit my local libraries to find his works and bought a few from Borders, so I can read it when traveling. I also watch his videos through Youtube.View all answers to this question
In my journey, to verbalize my understanding is an excellent way to check in on myself. Many times, I saw "myself" when discussing with close friends on various issues.
My personal take: The mind is very cunning, the understanding can be harder when you're in its home ground.View all answers to this question
Yes! haha... K's teaching was extremely appealing and interesting that I unwittingly conditioned myself to his "teachings". I'm only know how to condition myself back then.
My personal take: When you feel like you want to be similar to him or just like him. Look at that desire.View all answers to this question
If you recognize whatever that come about is spontaneous and unprompted, does that not give you a sense of order?View all answers to this question
"Whatever few words of my own will only be mine.
It is meaningless to everyone else."View all answers to this question
The truth is enduring. Whatever is false will die away.View all answers to this question
My personal take:
"What is the intention to make K's more practicable?"
In my journey, I came to a point. "Does the world need to be 'saved'? Want to be 'saved'?" I don't understand the world very well. In fact, I still don't understand myself. I am learning.
My intuition is that What K has allowed for is as much as he understood himself and the world.View all answers to this question
Yes and unfortunately, it is very difficult for me to put it in words.View all answers to this question
Exceptional - No.
Universally accessible - Yes.View all answers to this question
Some just take longer time to understand.View all answers to this question
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