It would be nice if we could have some good and warm talks about many topics of religious, philosophical, psychological and sociological character and interest. I would appreciate very much open investigation in Life's fundamental Reality, the Presence of This very Now.
by J. Krishnamurti, by Adi Da Samraj, by Ken Wilber, by Erich Fromm, by Friedrich Nietzsche, by Simone Weil, by Zen-Authors
Whatever you respond to emotionally and intellectually.
Walking in the valleys, hills, mountains and woods everywhere in this beautiful world.
Obviously, reading and feeling his books, he must have been a real human being, a true human being. I would not say he was exceptional, there might be three or four others ;-) But, definitely, the transformation he (and others in other form) spoke about, is universally accessible for real human beings.View all answers to this question
Truth and Love, which is what he tried and did talk about, is not a matter a acceptance. You do not accept Truth, Truth is not acceptable, you can not accept Truth, can you? Human beings in history have never come to accept Truth, they always distrusted Truth, since they distrusted and distrust themselves, a lack of trust in life itself and the fact of not understanding death. The same with Love, you can not accept Love - Acceptance here means, that something known is accepted, this is what you can accept, something known, but Truth and Love is "something" unknown and what is unknown can not be accepted, this "something" is therfore a "no-thing", nothingness, Life.View all answers to this question
I very seldomly participated in group dialogue. It can be a source of irritation depending on the level of understanding within the present moment, but also it can be a "movie" of untouching confusion to be viewed and observed, suffering in action.View all answers to this question
bood reading, some less dvds, - and writing for my own. But: I did not focus of Krishnamurti's techings alone, I studied other authors which touched "something" "in" me too. And: personal "reflection", personal "outpouring" of that which "wants" to come up in consciousness is by far a real source of experience and transformation, I think.View all answers to this question
Please make clear what you understand on "practicable".View all answers to this question
"Advisable" is not a word I like very much. You give a K book to friends as birthday present for example, since you want them to participate in real life, you want to them to discover their own nature, orginiality, love, freedom and so on. You give it, since you love them, not that you expect them to answer on it, to respond on it, or to start doing something special. Also if they ignore the book and never mention it, it's all right.View all answers to this question
Find out for yourself.View all answers to this question
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