Krishnamurti & the Art of Awakening

Kinfonet Interviews - Question

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

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It has never occurred to me to use words like "transformation". Implicit in this a question is the desire to have a result - a "transformation" for example. So the question is a wrong question. Who writes these questions anyways? If a person who is not mediocre listens and reads, the meditation may begin. So it is for everyone. The mediocre person may demand excellence - to excel as a human being. And climbing to the top of the mountain will never be done through talks and discussions.

canny cannuck
Wed, 23 Mar 2011


Boris Pisman
Fri, 25 Mar 2011

He was exceptional, but the transformation is possible in others.

tom cooper
Mon, 04 Apr 2011


sara rolfe (account deleted)
Tue, 19 Apr 2011

I feel Krishnamurti was born as an exceptional Being with an exceptionally unconditionned brain. Being so immerged in a powerful-esoterical-hiearchical-millenar traditions and not being a slight affected by that and that has not prevented him to "get" Absolute Freedom , that is absolutely exceptionnal.
Yet, his transformation is the transformation of mankind and more, because there is only One. His transformation affects the whole field of Consciousness in its very recesses.
Therefore , transformation is accessible to all who listens.

Quynh- hoa
Thu, 21 Apr 2011

He was normal,we are exceptional.

Mohad Dib (account deleted)
Tue, 26 Apr 2011

A tough one. I mean we're all exceptional and we're all a slice of humanity. Hmmn. I would say yes, Krishnamurti is exceptional in the same way that Darwin, Einstein, Dylan or Moses surely must have been (in moments in their time,) and in the sense that he was a great revolutionary spirit, the Light broke through, with the grace and assent of the life force. As for me I sit with the what is. Sometimes I wish that I was less sexual, divisive, hurt. I be with the isness. Who knows the breakthroughs may come. Maybe the universe itself plays a part in opening doorways. I guess ultimately I do believe in the universality of oneness with the One. Da da. Words.

andrew hilton
Sun, 26 Jun 2011

I guess so, it has to be accessible, if not we are doomed.

moad dheeb (account deleted)
Sat, 16 Jul 2011

I never met, the writing , what he said is surely different than any other ...

Muad dhib (account deleted)
Thu, 28 Jul 2011

Has he not shown to a sensitive individual that individual can say that "I am" instead of saying that i am X,i am that, or i am so and so; which was belied to be the privilage of famous christian god alone?Pleas excuse me for question ing back,I have no better answer to give you.

kamarajugadda Mallik ArjunaRao
Mon, 08 Aug 2011

No doubt, Krishnamrty was exceptional.

rajan melathil
Tue, 09 Aug 2011

K was nobody, like Socrates, Popper, Tanabe Hajime and many other normal ignorant beings: Like quantum energy neither accessible neither nothingness!

Ernest Jacoby
Thu, 11 Aug 2011

Krishnamurti was especially evolved compared to us. The transformation he spoke of is not a question of accessibility but of need. The world cannot keep on functionning this way, so we won't have the choice, we will have to transform it and change ourselves.

Julia Brand
Thu, 25 Aug 2011

It seems what he said has been said before but he spoke with great depth and clarity that has not been done before.Yes transformation he spoke is univerasally accessible. He seems to have arrived much before his time!

T N Padmanabhan
Wed, 31 Aug 2011

There is the danger of make K an Icon ..the state that he point to .. may be observed in several live persons ..Foster...Tolle..Balsekar..Consuelo Martin..

Giordano Valeriani
Wed, 31 Aug 2011


Joost De Wulf
Thu, 22 Sep 2011

Voices echo in the Vedas.the Buddhas....

A Sage and Seer for all Seasons...

Jaya Indus
Wed, 28 Sep 2011

I guess all are capable of having such experience.

Bhagirath Behera
Fri, 30 Sep 2011

the transformation he spoke of is universally accessible and it required an exceptional man asJ.Krishnamurti to show us this accessibility

savita iyer
Tue, 04 Oct 2011

Yes, the transformation is universally accessible. What Krishnamurti saw, we all can see.

Frank Smith (account deleted)
Thu, 06 Aug 2015

he is accessible for everyone , who feels in his heart,that the way he lives now must change...........

Jos Buysen
Tue, 21 Jul 2015


Daniel Dan (account deleted)
Sun, 13 Nov 2011

universally, obviously. but you have to actually listen to what he's saying, and "walk" together. he really means that. you also have to actually see what it means to live without a goal. "enlightenment" is meaningless when you see that a goal is contained within itself.

Philip Bradley
Thu, 05 Jan 2012

I do not know the answer to any of these questions.

samantha woolls
Wed, 28 Dec 2011

The transformation is something, that is happening. K is an expression of transformation. A human mind that is free of numerous limitations. A mind, where the ego doesn´t make sense anymore. A mind where the "I" means limitation. This kind of mind is a universal gift for humanity! It takes time for the human being to unboxing and using this gift. But the transformation is constantly searching and offering new ways, to share this gift of non-duality, onness, love, freedom and much much more. This is evolution.

Zbigniew (Sbyschek) Niedzwiedz
Mon, 09 Jan 2012

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