Daily Quote     September 1st, 2015

Discover the whole content of what is

Understanding comes with the awareness of what is. There can be no understanding if there is condemnation of or identification with what is. If you condemn a child or identify yourself with him, then you cease to understand him. So being aware of a thought or a feeling as it arises, without condemning it or identifying with it, you will find that it unfolds ever more widely and deeply, and thereby discover the whole content of what is. To understand the process of what is, there must be choiceless awareness, a freedom from condemnation, justification, and identification. When you are vitally interested in fully understanding something, you give your mind and heart, withholding nothing. But unfortunately you are conditioned, educated, disciplined through religious and social environment to condemn or to identify, and not to understand. To condemn is stupid and easy, but to understand is arduous, requiring pliability and intelligence. Condemnation, as identification, is a form of self-protection. Condemnation or identification is a barrier to understanding. To understand the confusion, the misery in which one is, and so of the world, you must observe its total process. To be aware and pursue all its implications requires patience, to follow swiftly, and to be still.

Krishnamurti, The Collected Works, Vol. IV,143,Choiceless Awareness

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Publications

Understanding Ourselves

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Authority is destructive
Conversation with Huston Smith in Claremont College, California, USA, 1968.

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Ending of Time
Set of 2 MP3 CDs containing 15 dialogues between J. Krishnamurti and David Bohm in Ojai and Brockwood.

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Events

Theme Weekend
Ending of sorrow brings love and compassion
Friday, 18th September 2015 - Sunday, 20th September 2015

Introduction Day
Introduction to Krishnamurti
Saturday, 3th October 2015 at 10.30am

Theme Weekend
The ending of conflict
Friday, 16th October 2015 - Sunday, 18th October 2015

Study Retreat
The relationship of desire, will and love
Friday, 13th November 2015 - Wednesday, 18th November 2015