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Choiceless Awareness

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This Study Book features statements on this theme from Krishnamurti's talks and discussions held between 1933 and 1967. It is a compilation of excerpts from his talks on the subject of Choiceless Awareness, a term he coined to direct our attention to a perception that is not involved with the thought/choosing process. This is a fine study book for those interested in getting to the heart of what Krishnamurti was communicating in terms of observation and awareness.

Publisher: KPA
Author/Editor -J. Krishnamurti
150 pp- Paperback
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Choisceless Awareness June 25, 2013
Reviewer: Fernando De Torrijos from Worcester, MA United States  
This is a favorite topic to me. The selection of passages from the teachings of Krishnamurti included in this book are of tremendous help for deep reflexion. I have purchased several copies as gifts to my closes friends. I highly recommended.

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"Choiceless Awareness" June 19, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Glen Rock, NJ United States  
As I had opportunity to listen to some of Krishnaji's talks during his lifetime and read publications,I could say,collection of talks in book "Choiceless Awareness forms the Apex of his pathless philosophy. It is in Total Silence,Self-transformation comes about without effort,when there is Awareness with total Attention and Alertness,without Choice
by Instant Revolution, not Slow Evolution

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The Core of the Teachings June 30, 2011
Reviewer: Anthony Billings from Alameda, CA United States  
In this book, we get many different angles on the subject of awareness, attention, and observation.  One example is when a questioner tell K that he cannot be aware all the time.  K responds that he should not try to be aware all the time, for that is a kind of desire for continuity.  One can see the whole universe in just a moment of awareness.  These teachings go back to the 1940's, which is a gift.

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