A Wholly Different Way of Living by Jiddu Krishnamurti, Allan W Anderson

By Jiddu Krishnamurti, Allan W Anderson

At a time of unparalleled outer switch within the political and social spheres, is there a basic internal switch that's demanded of every one in all us? within the eighteen dialogues with Professor Allan W Anderson, Emeritus Professor of non secular experiences at San Diego nation collage. J. Krishnamurti shows that pinning our hopes on prepared faith, technological know-how, political ideology or the marketplace economic climate not just fails to handle simple human difficulties yet truly creates them. They means out of our problems, Krishnamurti states, can basically begin within the brain of every considered one of us, in an understanding of how we really understand lifestyles, ourselves and others. Professor Anderson, all through those dialogues, refers to many passages of Western and japanese spiritual scriptures that he believes were misunderstood and which actually aid Krishnamurti's statements. The dialogues, reproduced in an edited and a bit of abridged model during this e-book, came about at San diego country collage from 18 to twenty-eight February 1974.

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So what we are trying to say, isn’t it, is that the observer is the past, as we said yesterday. The observer is trying to translate and act according to the past when the crisis arises. The crisis is always new. Otherwise it’s not a crisis. A challenge must be new, is new, is always new. But he translates it according to the past. Now, can he look at that challenge, that crisis, without the response of the past? A: May I read a sentence out of your book? I think this may have a very direct relationship to what we are talking about.

K: Of course. As we said yesterday—it’s very interesting if we go into it rather deeply—the world is me and I am the world. That is not something intellectual or emotional, but a fact. Now, when I approach the problem, the chaos, the misery, the suffering, the violence, all that, I approach it with my conclusions, with my fears, with my despairs. I don’t look at the problem. A: Would you think it possible to put it this way, that one doesn’t make room for the problem? K: Yes, put it that way. Sir, let’s look at this.

Either we avoid it, or we don’t know how to meet it, or we are indifferent; we have become so callous. All these things, all three are involved in not facing the crisis. Because one is frightened, one says, ‘Oh lord! ’ So one goes off to an analyst or a priest or one picks up a book to see how it can be translated. One becomes irresponsible. A: Sometimes people will register the disappointment that things haven’t worked out. So why try something new? K: Yes, of course. A: And this would be a buffer.

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