I've been knowing Krishnamurti for 3 years now, it wast at my yoga lesson and the teacher quoted from him, and I felt that I've got to know this man. The first book I've read from him was "De l'amour et de la solitude" ( I read in French). It was something completely different from what I've ever read,and it's raised many questions. Up to now I've read two more books from Krishnamurti and I'm still reading them, most of the time its " De l'amour et de la solitude" , I read. That's what I think about Krishnamurti, is that you've got to read one book again and again, and experience by yourself what he says to slowly understand what he means.
L'homme intérieur et ses métamorphoses by Marie Madeleine Davvy
Didier Locwood and Ragunnath Manet
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Well, I hope K's works won't gradually die away. I hope on the contrary that it will grow of importance with all the progrss in neuro psychology.View all answers to this question
Yes, I've introduced K to the people I know, but I don't think they have been influenced by K as I have been myself. They read him, it raised questions but they didn't try to understand where those questions will lead them to, and what could be the answers. They are reading about other thinkers after all, and following their own pathView all answers to this question
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