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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
Mutation of the brain cells
The East and the West
Culture and thought
Perception of facts brings change
Brockwood Park, June 24, 1983
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
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
Breaking the Pattern of Conditioning
Brockwood Park, October 5, 1984
   
 
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