Krishnamurti & the Art of Awakening

Kinfonet Interviews - Question


What future do you foresee for Krishnamurti's works? Do you think they will grow in importance or will they just gradually die away?


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His teching will surely grow in importance but this will take lot of time, may be 100 years or more as the teaching are much ahead of time.

Mittarkumar Khera
Fri, 17 Jul 2009

I haven't think about it, as long as I can share and reflect in my environment my life's point of view is enough....do we have to think about K's work future???

Armando Piedrahita
Sun, 19 Jul 2009

I think K's work will continue to influence people in depth rather than in scale.

Tineke W.
Sun, 05 Jun 2011

In science, truth has a way of condensing out from all the pseudo science and becoming mainstream so perhaps it is the same with K's teachings. The logic and purity of them will, hopefully, carry them through the fogs of new age hogwash and speculative mysticism to find a similar place in the canon.

malcolm scott-wilson
Sat, 25 Dec 2010

Yes it would be more relevant and more people in the next generations would understand the importance of his works.

Anjaneyulu Karumudi
Wed, 22 Dec 2010

grow .it will the need of time.

anil chachra
Mon, 20 Jul 2009

They are already part of us and part of our human consciousness. I find the teachings everywhere. Truth is not Krishnamurti truth, is not owned by anyone. There is no danger that truth will be lost.

Eve G.
Fri, 24 Jul 2009

I can foresee a ?chain-reaction? in growing of importance all around the globe. It is just inevitable; there is no alternative for human being to survive.

Victor Blackbird
Sun, 26 Jul 2009

Probably die away, but you never know. It doesn't really matter to me, we were touched by the works that is all that matters.

Bradley Coutts
Fri, 31 Jul 2009

There will always be few who would love life enough to investigate its mysteries.They would ensure that K's work spreads.

Sudhir Sharma
Sat, 01 Aug 2009

very, very few people r there who r genuine seekers. majority is of blind followers . growth will be very slow because it is not an easy job to get the people educatated to the leaval so that they can break the shackles of organised religion.

ram sukhija
Sat, 01 Aug 2009

I think they will grow in importance as time goes on, and the world situation deteriorates. Also I think the internet will help make them universally accessible.

David Walker
Sat, 01 Aug 2009

I think that human beings came to a dead end. So, what shall we do?
Commit collective suicide?
Or
Drop the ego before destroying completely the human species?
In the first case K's works will die away.
In the second case K's works will be extremely important for the future generations.

Chafia Abdi (account deleted)
Mon, 03 Aug 2009

they will die one day, when no man will be left on earth..

Dan paul (account deleted)
Tue, 26 Mar 2013

If I am in natural state of mind then there will be improvement in Krishnamurti's works other wise it will not gradually but rapidly die....
Because what was his teaching was natural and to improve on...... Not to stop at Krishnamurti's work.......

Babu G
Tue, 04 Aug 2009

They will change

Ron Ziv
Thu, 06 Aug 2009

I do not know. But I feel his life's work is already comming into mainstream. I have listened to prominant people use quotes of K,s. Did they realise they were by him? Who knows? It is the teachings that are important not the individual. So it matters not wheather they are attributed to him or not, the important thing is I feel, is to make them available and perhaps some people will latch on to them.

David Browne
Sat, 08 Aug 2009

who knows?

maryse vm
Sat, 08 Aug 2009

This depends on the way people treat them. Universal values stay

Siem van eeten
Sun, 09 Aug 2009

It would be a great pity and a great misfortune for the world if Krishnamurti's works gradually died away. As people become more and more educated and the clutch of organized religions get weaker Krishnamurti's work will surely grow in importance. We need selfless people to keep the teachings alive.

Jason Maung Maung
Mon, 10 Aug 2009

They will retain their present importance.

Shakti Kumar
Fri, 14 Aug 2009

with the power of inventions like the internet, i would hope that more people would open up their minds to reality & start understanding ower reality.

Alexi Pina
Fri, 14 Aug 2009

They have great potential.

Ronald Oliver (account deleted)
Sun, 16 Aug 2009

His insights are also the insights of others. It seems a contradiction of his insights to speculate on what is going to happen.

David McMullin
Sun, 16 Aug 2009

Both

JIM MC DONOUGH
Wed, 19 Aug 2009

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