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Can Love be experienced? Love is not desire or pleasure. Love is not the opposite of hate. Love has no relationship to jealousy. Love can never bring conflict.
1st Conversation with Iris Murdoch, Brockwood Park, 18th October, 1984
Order and Disorder
Consumerism, measurement, comparison
San Diego February 20, 1974
The Pursuit of Pleasure and the Movement of Thought
Beauty, enjoyment, attention, discipline, observation
San Diego, February 21, 1974
The Groove of Knowledge
The Capacity to Listen
Communication from freedom
Emptiness and the source of life
Brockwood Park September 18, 1980
No Security in Isolation
Disorder
Psychological wounds
Image-making and division
Ojai, April 17, 1982
Mutation of the brain cells
The East and the West
Culture and thought
Perception of facts brings change
Brockwood Park, June 24, 1983
Responsibility 1974 03
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Religion and Enquiry, Education
Work and freedom
San Diego February 27, 1974
#3: Communication, Responsibility
The art of listening, Problems and conclusions, Negation and fulfilment
#4: Responsibility, Relationship, Care
February 19, 1974 San Diego
Responsibility 1974 03
In these two conversations, Krishnamurti and Rev. Eugene Schallert, a Jesuit priest, discuss goodness, freedom and the relation between living and dying. Freedom, they say, is the negation of conditioning by any of culture’s religious or political divisions. The conditioning content of consciousness must be emptied with one stroke in the very act of perceiving that conditioning.
Discussing living, they see that to live you must die every day to all that you have gathered so that the mind is new. We must first understand what it means to live, not what it means to die. Death is perfect order because it is the ending of disorder which comes through choiceless awareness of what disorder is.
San Diego, February 17, 1972
Time and Freedom from fear
Playfulness
Life, death and ending
Creation and knowledge
Brockwood Park, June 24, 1984
Psychologists and the Self
The possibility of change
Natural way of living
Disorder
Ojai, April 16, 1982
Why make meditation a problem?
How do you look at disorder?
Can the mind observe without time, without memory?
San Diego February 15, 1972
In these two conversations, Krishnamurti and Rev. Eugene Schallert, a Jesuit priest, discuss goodness, freedom and the relation between living and dying. Freedom, they say, is the negation of conditioning by any of culture’s religious or political divisions. The conditioning content of consciousness must be emptied with one stroke in the very act of perceiving that conditioning.
Discussing living, they see that to live you must die every day to all that you have gathered so that the mind is new. We must first understand what it means to live, not what it means to die. Death is perfect order because it is the ending of disorder which comes through choiceless awareness of what disorder is.
San Diego, February 17, 1972
Begin with Oneself
Love and Fear
Grief, loss, attachment
Brockwood Park February 12, 1982
The Future of Humanity
The Limited Movement of Thought
The Content of Consciousness and the Self
Achieving, division, knowledge
Freedom from suffering
Brockwood Park, June 11, 1983
The Absolute Mind and the Universe
Emptiness and Movement
Reaction is a material process
Stillness and order
Brockwood Park September, 20 1980
The brain has had many shocks, challenges and pressures upon it, and if it is not capable of renewing or rejuvenating itself, there is very little hope.
Are we saying that knowledge, learning from a center, also withers the brain?
The brain is functioning in a pattern of time.
Brockwood Park June 1, 1980
Whether there is order which man can never possibly conceive?
Many people who would understand that hate and anger are products of the damaged brain would find it hard to see that pleasure also is the product of the damaged brain.
Would you say - I hope this doesn't sound silly - that the universe, the cosmic order, is in meditation? It is in a state of meditation?
Brockwood Park June 7, 1980
ORDER WHICH Is UNIVERSAL
MIND FREE OF THE MAN-MADE
Insight that brings order
Love and hatred
Brockwood Park 14th September, 1980
PLEASURE & DESIRE
Happiness, joy, beauty
San Diego 21st February, 1974
Dr Anderson 1972 Talk 01 Dr David Bohm-On Dialogue Consideration 1990 THE MAN-MADE MIND & CONDITIONING
THE MOVEMENT OF ACCUMULATION
The general and the particular
The inner and outer worlds
Love and intelligence
Brockwood Park 16th September, 1980
Knowledge & Human Relationship Anderson 1974 Dia 2 Knowledge & Transformation Anderson 1974 Dia 1 Relationship of Brain to Mind
Thought Cannot Bring Change
The future of mankind
Silence and intelligence
Brockwood Park June 20, 1983
Krishnamurti with Professor David Bohm Dialogue 05 Brockwood Park England Sept 1980 Love and Pleasure 12 Allan Anderson 1974 Breaking the Pattern of Conditioning
Brockwood Park, October 5, 1984
Meditation 18 Allan Anderson 1974
   
 
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