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By J. Krishnamurti

In those talks, given in Europe and India, Krishnamurti is going into the significance of going into difficulties brazenly, with no conclusions. "..because we process our difficulties in part, via these kinds of numerous sorts of conditioning, it sort of feels to me that we're thereby no longer knowing them. i think that the method of any challenge is of even more value than the matter itself, and that if lets strategy our many problems with none specific type of conditioning or prejudice, then probably we'd come to a primary realizing of them."

An broad compendium of Krishnamurti's talks and discussions within the united states, Europe, India, New Zealand, and South Africa from 1933 to 1967—the accrued Works were conscientiously authenticated opposed to present transcripts and tapes. every one quantity contains a frontispiece picture of Krishnamurti , with query and topic indexes on the end.

The content material of every quantity isn't really restricted to the topic of the identify, yet fairly bargains a special view of Krishnamurti's striking teachings in chosen years. The gathered Works deals the reader the chance to discover the early writings and dialogues of their such a lot whole and real shape.

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You are just telling me what to do, you are not following the problem in yourselves. Can we not think it out together? Questioner: When you speak of the mind being free, what do you mean by `mind'? Krishnamurti: I thought we made this whole problem clear yesterday. We have discussed for more than an hour, and unfortunately we have not really touched the subject at all. We can define our terms and so perhaps make verbal communication better, but this problem is not a matter of mere verbal communication or the further definition of terms.

Our whole life is a series of experiences, conscious or unconscious. The mind is like a sieve; some things we let go through it, and some are held. If you will observe your own mind you will see this as an obvious fact. So the experiences of yesterday condition the experiences of today - which is again a fact, surely. And can the mind be free of experience, so that experience does not leave a mark upon it which gives a bias to the oncoming experiences? Questioner: But you can never get away from it.

In analysis there is always the possibility of misinterpretation, and the question of whether the analyser himself is free. We saw yesterday that each one of us is a bundle of experiences, of reactions; and we asked ourselves, how is one to be free from this complex centre? I am now trying to take one thing out of that bundle and look at it. It is an experience which we all have: envy. By what process can this experience be totally rooted out, eradicated? Is this a problem to everyone? Audience: Yes.

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