Krishnamurti’s talks in Ojai, California in 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”.
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 understanding, he states, “. . . bringing about a total revolution in what is, one must have an extraordinary sense of awareness.” K continues his talk walking us through the mine field of thought, suggestingthat a mind uncluttered by thought combined with self knowledge prepares one for the possibility of freedom.Krishnamurti ends this talk with his perennial wisdom, “. . . the knowing of oneself is the beginning and the end of all misery.”