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Last Talks at Saanen 1985
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Freedom From the Known
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The First and Last Freedom
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Krishnamurti says, So we must inquire: What does it mean to see? What does it mean to observe? I am observing myself right? I am watching what I am my reactions, my prejudices, my convictions, my idiosyncrasies all that rubbish. Drawn from a number of Krishnamurti’s talks and dialogues, Freedom From the Known explores many of the central themes of his teaching. The chapters include: Learning About Ourselves, Pursuit of Pleasure, Justification and Condemnation, and the Dissipation of Energy. If the truth can set us free, where do we find it?  According to Krishnamurti, we find truth not in society and its institutions, nor in organized religions and their dogmas, nor in any self-help guru or outside spiritual "authority".  The hope for truth and ultimate freedom can't come from someone telling you what to do or believe; it can come only through your own creative self-understanding. In The First and Last Freedom Krishnamurti takes the reader on a wide-ranging quest exploring society's common concerns, such as suffering and fear, love and sex, the meaning of life, and personal transformation, always relating them to the essential search for pure truth and perfect freedom.
This is one of the most comprehensive texts of Krishnamurti's teachings, containing discussions with various individuals — including Professor Jacob Needleman, Alain Naudé, Swami Venkatesananda, and Professor David Bohm. Education and the Significance of Life is a penetrating inquiry into the nature and requirements of the kind of education which can lead to self-fulfillment and to world peace. The Book of Life presents passages from Krishnamurti's talks and writings on a different theme for every week of the year, with each topic developed over seven days.
Think on These Things
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Meeting Life
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The thoughtful introduction by Allan W. Anderson, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies, San Diego State University, provides glimpses of the nature of the man and the passion behind his teachings. The most popular Krishnamurti book, Think on These Things, is a series of talks and questions and answers with students and teachers from the Krishnamurti schools. This is a wonderful first book for readers. Meeting Life is composed of three different parts. The first section of the book contains sixteen short pieces dictated by Krishnamurti; each segment starts with a insightful description of nature and segues into a profound examination of life.
On God
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On Relationship
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Krishnamurti points out that the God we have created is out of our projections and fears. He explains that true religion and the sacred have nothing to do with such conceptions of thought. Providing a far-reaching basis for solving many of the world's crises, this book brings together Krishnamurti's most essential teachings on the individual's relationship to other people and institutions. Krishnamurti's Journal, published in 1982, he was urged to continue it but, since by this time his hand had become rather shaky (he was eighty-seven), it was suggested that, instead of writing it, he should dictate it to himself.
On Love and Loneliness
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On Fear
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On Conflict
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Krishnamurti distinguishes between love and sex, pleasure, attachment, and dependency. He suggests that true aloneness, to be whole, denies loneliness. There is no new mind if the past is always operating. That is a fact, I see that. Then in seeing that I realize I am frightened. I don't know what will happen. So I want to learn about fear - you follow? I am moving all the time in the movement of learning. I want to know about myself and I realize something - a profound truth. Is it possible to live a life without conflict in the modern world, with all the strain, struggle, pressures, and influences in the social structure? That is really living, the essence of a mind that is inquiring seriously.
The third book in the series of insightful writing on consciousness and nature. When you look a little more closely, not only at your own life but also at the world, you will see that what you are- your daily life, what you think, what you feel,- is the external world, the world about you. The first of Mary Lutyens four-volume biography of Krishnamurti, covering Krishnamurti's childhood through the mid-1930's.
Star in the East
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This is not a cookbook: it is a simple, unpretentious, and affectionate portrayal of J. Krishnamurti in his everyday life by a man who was his cook for over a decade.

A rare Collection of eyewitness accounts, letters and other documents that chronicle the esoteric preparation of the young Krishnamurti, the World-Teacher in waiting.

Publisher: Edwin House Publishing Inc.
Author: Joseph E. Ross
184 pp-paperback
Star in the East: Krishnamurti, the Invention of a Messiah Vernon offers a compelling account of the legendary Krishnamurti, groomed from childhood as the Theosophical Society’s messiah and spiritual savior of the world.
Krishnamurti: 100 Years
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To Be Human
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Freedom, Love and Action
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Krishnamurti: 100 Years is an illustrated biography that includes recollections from many people whose lives were transformed by this remarkable teacher. "To Be Human" presents the core of Krishnamurti's message in a new way, alerting the reader to his innovative use of language, the ways in which he would use "old words with new interpretations'". Readers unfamiliar with Krishnamurti's thought will find his major concerns discussed here, setting the mind free from its conditioning, finding enlightenment in everyday life, meditation as a path to total transformation and integrating freedom, love and action.
Life Ahead
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Can Humanity Change?
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Facing a World in Crisis
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Collected from talks Krishnamurti gave to his students in India, Life Ahead offers short chapters based around life's fundamental questions. Discussions between Krishnamurti and a group of Buddhist scholars provide a unique opportunity to see what this great teacher had to say about Buddhist teachings. Facing a World in Crisis presents a selection of talks that Krishnamurti gave on how to live in and respond to troubling and uncertain times.
Inward Revolution
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Flight of the Eagle
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On Living and Dying
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The origin of this book in lectures makes it repetitive at times, although those new to Krishnamurti may find that repetition helpful in clarifying themes. This book contains a selection of the talks and dialogues Krishnamurti held in 1969 in London, Amsterdam, Paris, and Saanen, Switzerland. They are remarkable for their simplicity of approach to complex human problems and clarity of presentation. his theme book, through excerpts from Krishnamurti's talks and dialogues. Gives a radically different insight into the nature of death and the inter-relationship between it and life and love.
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