I am a life long observer of life, an ACTIVE observer. NOT a teacher, NOT a seeker, NOT an advocate of any particular view. I DO believe that one has to take action on a personal level in this world to restore its natural balance and NOT simply sit on the sidelines. Too many of us do absolutely nothing to help the condition of the world.
As a body of thought to be looked into and applied? Absolutely. We have learned so much about who we are as human beings on every level in these 20+ years since his death. Krishnamurti had difficuly with his own personal ego state which hindered him from deep application in the real world. This can be explored.View all answers to this question
No.View all answers to this question
Absolutely. BUT only to people who have a NATURALLY open mind. I have found that if individuals aren't ready and you do not have the personal time to spend with them, it is a total waste of time. In THAT case and if I believe there is future potential, I will give them the book Freedom From The Known and suggest that they take a look WHEN they have questions.View all answers to this question
In every way.View all answers to this question
Krishnamurti the body of knowledge or Krishnamurti the man? They are NOT the same. HE was someone who was able to shut down or subdue the left hemisphere of the brain where the Self resides and experience the world in an ancestral way. He has BEEN THERE and spent his life exploring it, trying to understand it, communicate it, and gently suggested that we do the same.View all answers to this question
Totally relative to who you are. There are no inherent limits to inquiry and exploration.View all answers to this question
Krishnamurti the man was truly exceptional. In theory the transformation is universally accessible BUT many, many doors with remain forever unopened in actuality.View all answers to this question
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