Krishnamurti & the Art of Awakening

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Ramesh Mohan
Ramesh Mohan
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Birthday: February 3
Member since: Mon, 22 Jun 2009, 2:23am
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All sentient-beings have ?natural longing? for ?happiness?. As one climbs the sentience-ladder, it intensifies and broadens in scope; until, at the top, Homo Sapiens Sapiens have natural (delusion-free) longing for ?unlimited, everlasting, and ever-fresh happiness?. The prevailing ?delusionary culture? has destroyed the natural state of human existence. Only 'Evolution of Delusion-Free Culture? can correct this condition. That would necessitate pioneering of Selfless CollectiveExploration Process.

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Do you think Krishnamurti was exceptional, or is the transformation he spoke of universally accessible?

K's contributions include a great one - awakening human awareness about reading 'book of life', instead of using second-hand knowledge, to end own psychological suffering. In the 20th century, building 'Universal Accessibility to Transformation', was too big a task for a person's life-time. However, now we have means to pull together those proverbial 'ten', and many more, who will be able to do this collectively.

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Can dialogue - in the sense of sincere inquiry - be organized or can it only come about spontaneously, unprompted?

'Dialogue', in the sense of 'Selfless Collective Exploration', shall happen as the totally dedicated participants learn to explore together without any thought of personal credit of any sort; and, as they learn to explore collectively with 'One DelusionFree Mind'. They will decide together about experimenting with any planning/organization. Before getting to smooth exploraion, one should be prepared for rough-ride. Howsoever dedicated one might be, 'delusionary self' would continue asserting its existence, until drowned in 'DelusionFree Culture' inside the ExplorationCollective.

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Ramesh Mohan wrote:
Tue, 23 Jun 2009, 1:46am

This thread was locked in error. Please remove t from this forum. Thanks.