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On Being Conditioned
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The Inner Urgency (Real Revolution CD Series - Disc 2)
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The Totality of Consciousness (Real Revolution CD Series - Disc 3)
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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. Krishnamurti’s talks in Ojai, California Disc 2: “Freedom comes not through revolt. It comes naturally when there is the intention, when there is the urgency and attention in examining the social, psychological structure of what we are, examining as human beings what we are. Because we are the result of a social structure. The society is you and you are the society.” -J. Krishnamurti Ojai, California 1966, first talk at the oak grovein 1966 are made available in entirety for the first time in this new ten-disc CD series. Here, he penetrates deeply into a variety of subjects, challenging the listener to investigate intelligently, without motive or preconception, into the “vast field of life”. Disc 3: “Is it possible for the conscious mind to look at the unconscious? … When the conscious mind looks at the unconscious, the conscious mind is already conditioned, already has its own desires, its own purposes, its own motives, its own anxieties, securities, and with that it looks; and what it looks at is its own self. Therefore the question is: Is it possible to look at something which is hidden, which cannot be perceived by a conscious mind?” -J. Krishnamurti Ojai, California 1966, second Talk at the oak grove
The Ideal of Non-Violence is not a Fact (Real Revolution CD Series - Disc 4)
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Passion without Motive (Real Revolution CD Series - Disc 5)
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The End of Fear (Real Revolution CD Series - Disc 6)
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Q: "Sir, it's obvious we are violent. What is the point that we know we are not violent?"
K: "Because, sir, to bring about a radical change, a complete mutation of a mind, of a human being that has been nurtured in violence, aggression for centuries upon centuries, one must approach it differently; and that's what we're trying to do. If we want to change violence totally, and if you make an effort to change it, it is still part of violence. So is it possible to bring about a total cessation of violence without effort?
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“We are concerned with seeing the totality of pleasure, what is involved in it: the pain, the frustration, the agony, the remorse, the ache of loneliness when all pleasure is denied. And naturally we try to escape from all that through various forms, which again is the continuation of pleasure.
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“Effort exists only when there is contradiction – contradiction within, though there is contradiction without which can be understood, tolerated, and perhaps gone beyond. But there is this inward contradiction of various competing, contradictory desires; and it is these contradictory desires that bring about conflict .
Most of Us Are Second Hand People (Real Revolution CD Series - Disc 7)
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Discipline Leads to Dullness (Real Revolution CD Series - Disc 8)
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Why are we Discontent? (Real Revolution CD Series - Disc 9)
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In this discussion Krishnamurti explores love, creativity, and meditation. Krishnamurti expresses
the limitations of conditioning, "We are the product of the society in which we live, the experience, the knowledge, and all the rest of it, and there is nothing original.
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In this talk Krishnamurti leads the listener through the image making process and points
out the failure of disciplined meditation in freeing the mind. Seeking, Krishnamurti
suggests, lies at the root of the problem and he goes on to say, “it is only the dull confused mind
that’s always seeking and hoping to find—what it finds is the result of its own confusion.”
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Krishnamurti examines discontentment, proposing questions to unravel the riddle of this deep seated emotion. He speaks about the psychological pull between what is and what should be pointing towards awareness as the gatekeeper to understandin.
What is a Shallow Mind? (Real Revolution CD Series - Disc 10)
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Relationships. To Oneself, to Others, to the World
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Transparent Mind
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In this discussion Krishnamurti examines the comparative movements of thought and engages the participants in a dialogue surrounding this central issue. He goes on to say that a comparative mind is a shallow mind and he asks the participants to examine the movements of thought. Because all life is lived in relationships, it is essential that we understand what relationship is, and what every movement in relationships--to lovers, parents, friends, teachers, society--can mean to us and everyone else. Aldous Huxley, a dear friend of Krishnamurti, wrote the foreword to this wondrous book. Aldous Huxley states in the first paragraph of the foreword, “Man is an amphibian who lives simultaneously in two worlds—the given and the home-made, the world of matter, life and consciousness and the world of symbols.”
A Vision of the Sacred: My Personal Journey with K
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On Krishnamurti's Teachings
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The memoir of one of Krishnamurti's closest friends in India, Sunanda Patwardhan.She offers answers to oft asked questions about what it was like to work with Krishnamurti on a day-to-day basis and how he counseled the many people who came to see him with their struggles. Mary Zimbalist wrote the foreword to this wondrous memoir.
The collected writings, talks and classroom discussions of Allan W. Anderson on the teachings of J. Krishnamurti.
   
 
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