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Until we understand very profoundly the nature of that consciousness, and question, delve deeply into it and find out for ourselves whether there can be a total mutation in that consciousness, the world will go on creating more misery, more confusion, more horror. Whether is possible, not to change society, but is it possible to radically, deeply transform our conditioning, which is, understand deeply our consciousness, which is what we are? But is it necessary to record psychological events; do you understand? That is, to carry psychological burdens all your life, psychological problems all your life; the conflict, the misery, the confusion, the agony, the loneliness, the despair.
The Nature of the Mind
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"The ending of life is called death. There you cannot argue, you cannot carry over anything, there is total ending of your memories, attachments, and so on. So one should inquire most seriously if there is an ending—not finding a substitution. This is a series of four dialogues between Krishnamurti, Physicist David Bohm, Biologist Rupert Sheldrake and Psychiatrist John Hidley  (The fifth discussion does not include Krishnamurti or Rupert Sheldrake). The psychological image and the action of the image is questioned, and also the possibility of observing the image in action to be with "what is." Krishnamurti and Dr. Huston Smith inquire into the question of lucidity and ask whether it is possible to live in this world with total lucidity.
Beyond Myth and Tradition
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Krishnamurti met with Professor Allan W. Anderson in 1974 for eighteen one-hour conversations which, because of their amiable rapport, has become a favorite source for many people endevoring to study the entire scope of Krishnamurti's teachings. So throughout life we are trying to solve problems. Haven't you noticed this? So to solve a problem the brain must be free to solve it. But if it is full of problems itself it cannot solve problems. That is a logical, sane, observation. You can see it in politics, how it is happening, they solve one problem and in the solution of that problem there are multiple problems. The series of 12 thirty-minute topic based programs are now available on DVD. Each program consists of selected clips of Krishnamurti on the given topic as well and subtitled quotations amidst film of natural beauty and meditative music.
On Being Conditioned
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Washington DC Talks
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Six DVD set contains the complete series of public talks and 2 Q&A Meetings at Brockwood Park, 1978. around the central theme of desire. Krishnamurti explores this topic from multiple angles, dissecting the limitations of thought and unraveling the machination of this psychological engine in man. Krishnamurti: In the various talks the speaker has given he has used the word 'insight'. That is, to see into things, into the whole movement of thought, into the whole movement, for example, of jealousy. To perceive the nature of greed, to see the whole content of sorrow. Not analysis, not exercise of intellectual capacity, nor is it the result of knowledge, knowledge being that which has been accumulated through the past as experience, stored up in the brain, therefore knowledge always goes with ignorance. Although Krishnamurti had spoken for many years in the United States, he had never given public talks in Washington, D.C. In 1985 he agreed to do so and met on two days in April of that year with large audiences from diverse backgrounds.
The Real Revolution (DVD)
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The Turning Point
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What Love is Not (1-6)
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he talks and writings of Krishnamurti cannot be limited to a single category such as religion or philosophy. Unquestionably Krishnaurti is one of the more challenging and creative man of our time for his profound insights into the realities of the human condition. This series of eight programs represents the first time that Krishnamurti has permitted his talks to be filmed. In this talk, the subject of which is meditation, Krishnamurti continues his exploration of the "real revoltion", a radical change in ourselves. "The Turning Point" set contains 10 multi-regional DVDs from Krishnamurti's talks at Saanen in 1981. Follow Krishnamurti as he weaves through the topics of consciousness, conflict, love, control and freedom. Listening to a complete series of talks by Krishnamurti allows the viewer to take a journey along a path of insight where Krishnamurti slowly brings the listener to face himself by asking life altering question. There is Western thinking and there is Eastern thinking the world has been divided that way. But the source of the river is the same which is only thinking.
What Love is Not (7-12)
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Attention and Order
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Education Series Vol 1
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Thought is measurement.Thought, though it is necessary is bound by time, the past, the present, and the future. That process of thinking will never find that which is inexhaustible, immeasurable, timeless. Public Talks in Ojai, California, 1984.

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Audio: English, English-French, English-Russian, English-Spanish
Discussions with students in Rishi Valley, India, 1984 and 1985 and Brockwood Park, England, 1983.

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Misc DVDs
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Why do human beings, after so many millennia, so astonishingly intelligent in one direction, technological direction, why human beings do not apply that quality of intelligence to their own lives and see whether it is possible to live without conflict. Conversations with Father Eugene Shallert, San Diego, 1972.

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To observe without distortion

We have conflict, outwardly and inwardly. Unless we resolve this conflict, humanity is going to destroy itself. We are investigating our own brain, not the brain according to psychologists and neurologists. If you examine according to the authority, it is the authority you are examining and not your brain. Can conflict end immediately? When it doesn�t end, when you have not the urgency of ending it immediately, you enter time. Society can only be changed if human beings who have created it change themselves. How does each one of us approach this crisis? The approach to the fact matters. Is your approach rational or irrational? Is your approach based on hope or desire? If it is, you are not free to observe the fact.

Duration: 60 minutes
Date: 3 May 1980
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To observe without distortion

Observation is entirely different from analysis. Observation is immediate: you see the tree. If you begin to analyse you don�t see the tree. Analysis implies the analyser analysing something outside of himself. If you observe very carefully, the analyser is the analysed. How do you observe conflict? What is the thing that is hurt? Is it your psyche, or basically the image that you have built about yourself? Knowledge can never be complete. Whatever psychological knowledge one has acquired, it is surrounded by the shadow of ignorance. Thought has built the world, technologically, psychologically, and the world of mischief, turmoil, anxiety, fear and destruction. What is the nature of thinking?

Duration: 74 minutes
Date: 4 May 1980
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What is the meaning of education?

These schools should produce a totally different kind of human being, not American, Catholic, Protestant, Hindu, Buddhist, but unconditioned human beings, if it is possible. Where there is authority in schools, politically or otherwise, there is the destruction of a mind flowering. Can I have such relationship with the student that both of us are learning, both of us are trying to understand the non-mechanistic way of living? Can there be respect in the school, not out of fear but out of care, affection, love, compassion? Will you help me, as a student, to see the psychological danger of knowledge? What do we mean by security? At the school will you give the sense that the student is protected, secure, like a marvellous tree that is secure in the wind? I care enormously for the child. I care intensely that he should be unconditioned. Which means that I am unconditioning myself. Are you giving your whole attention to the question of conditioning?

Duration: 110 minutes
Date: 25 February 1977
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What is the meaning of education?

Why are we educated at all? Is it possible, psychologically, inwardly, to bring about a different human being through the right kind of education? What is my responsibility as a parent? Does the educator need education? What shall we do together to help each other to see that the parent, the educator and the student bring about, not only in the student but in themselves, a different quality of mind and behaviour? I am conditioned, you are conditioned. Let�s talk about it, go into it, wipe it out as we go along � not take hours, days, months, years but wipe it out as we go along. Are you prepared for it? Do you want this? Are we prepared as educators and parents to be aware of the garbage that we have collected, the garbage handed down through parents, education, the past � are we aware of the movement of collection of garbage? Psychologically, inwardly, can you be free of all security?

Duration: 113 minutes
Date: 25 March 1977
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What is the meaning of education?

As a parent with children, can I prevent them or help them not to get involved, get caught up in psychological pain, suffering and the misery of contradiction and division? Physical security for all human beings is being denied because human beings are seeking security psychologically, which doesnt exist. Do you as a parent or educator help the student to understand that temporary security is the most dangerous security? Because that breeds fear. How will you help the student not to have that fear? You can create an ugly atmosphere, you can create a holy atmosphere, or a sense of awe those things are very easy to create but how will you create the atmosphere of no psychological fear? How will you help the child to have order without compulsion, without fear? If I know how to love the child, fear may be prevented. When I tell him something out of that love he will listen to me. It is thought that is destroying love. When you have an insight into something there is no time, no thought, it isnt a conclusion, reason or something put together. That insight is supreme intelligence.

Duration: 90 minutes
Date: 28210
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Ending all fear

If we are not to be dependent on some saviour or authority then where do we look for light? Being broken up with contradictory desires, having no love, how are we to observe? Does one fragment observe the rest? Are you separate from the thing you observe? Can you observe at the moment of violence, at the moment of your anger, without the censor? When the observer becomes the observed does contradiction disappear? Can one free oneself from accumulated knowledge? Is there dullness if I don't compare at all? Do you understand anything through comparison?

Duration: 94 minutes
Date: 5 April 1970
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Ending all fear

How does one deal with the hidden as well as the conscious fears? Is fear a moving away from 'what is'? Can a fearful, dependent mind know joy or love? Will analysis free the mind from fear? Doesn't it imply time and an analyser? Is the analyser a fragment of the ego? Are fear and pleasure interrelated? Sustaining pleasure and maintaining fear, thought separates itself as the analyser. Clarity of thought is needed but thought also breeds fear, so what is one to do? Is there a centre from which you observe?

Duration: 85 minutes
Date: 6 April 1970
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Ending all fear

Isn't our actual daily life disorder? In pleasure there is frustration, pain, dependency. Is that love? Why has sex become so important in life? Can one see life as a whole in which living, love, and death are not three separate things? Can the mind be so awake that it has no experience, needs no challenge? Thought is not love. Love is not the past, love is not memory. Without understanding living, love, and death isn't your meditation merely an escape, a form of self-hypnosis?

Duration: 91 minutes
Date: 7 April 1970
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Ending all fear

In meditation what is the place of search? Can one bring about order without understanding disorder? Is control necessary for order? Why do we need control when there is understanding of 'what is'? Without love, that is not touched by pleasure, meditation is self-hypnosis. Can a petty mind experience anything other than its own projections and activities? To see clearly musn't the mind be quiet? If you have this extraordinary thing going on in your life, then it is everything. Then you are the teacher, the student, the beauty of the cloud, and that is love.

Duration: 81 minutes
Date: 9 April 1970
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