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The Awakening of Intelligence

This is one of the most comprehensive texts of Krishnamurti's teachings, containing discussions with various individuals, including Professor Jacob Needleman, Alain Naudé, Swami Venkatesananda, and David Bohm, a professor of theoretical physics. Jacob Needleman asks about the present situation of the young, the role of the teacher, of tradition and its relation with direct perception, and the need for awareness of a "cosmic dimension". With Alain Naudé, Krishnamurti discusses the problem of good and evil, the fragmentation of consciousness and the possibility of psychological revolution. Swami Venkatesananda puts questions to Krishnamurti on the Hindu scriptures. David Bohm, and Krishnamurti investigate the true meaning of intelligence and discuss the intricacies of the mind. Krishnamurti goes on to talk about love and suggests that one must come into contact with the disorder in oneself, "Then out of this order there comes into being love."
 

Published by HarperCollins, 1987, 538 pages, paperback.

Amount: $37.55
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Freedom from the Known

Drawn from a number of Krishnamurti’s talks and dialogues, Freedom From the Known explores many of the central themes of his teaching. The chapters include: Learning About Ourselves, Pursuit of Pleasure, Justification and Condemnation, and the Dissipation of Energy.

Krishnamurti writes, "To understand and to be free of any problem we need a great deal of passionate and sustained energy, not only physical and intellectual energy but an energy that is not dependent on any motive, psychological stimulus or drug".

 


Published by Harper Collins, 1987, 124 pages, paperback.

Amount: $32.00
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Total Freedom:  The Essential Krishnamurti

The Introduction to this book by Allan W. Anderson, Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at San Diego State University, provides glimpses of the nature of Krishnamurti and the passion behind his teachings. The Foreword by Ralph Buultjens, Professor of Social Sciences, New York University, looking at Krishnamurti's possible impact, says: "If Krishnamurti’s ideas become more widely accepted in the future, it will be ... because they speak intently to individuals disillusioned with all-knowing and socially transforming macro-ideologies." The four parts of the 370-page book are entitled: Early Works, Insights into Everyday Life, Life’s Questions, and You Are the World. They include selections from Krishnamurti’s Journal and Krishnamurti to Himself and explore subjects such as: the basic problem of humanity; the core of Krishnamurti’s teachings; and the relationship between Krishnamurti’s teachings and truth.


Published by Harper San Francisco, 1996, 370 pages, paperback.

Amount: $30.85
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Facing a World in Crisis

J. Krishnamurti often stated that people must look at the state of the world, with all its violence and conflict, if they are ever to understand themselves. To turn away from world events was for him not to be alive to what life has to teach.

Facing a World in Crisis presents a selection of talks that Krishnamurti gave on how to live in and respond to troubling and uncertain times.

His message of personal responsibility and the importance of connecting with the broader world is presented in a non-sectarian and non-political way. Direct and ultimately life-affirming, Facing a World in Crisis will resonate with readers today who are looking for a new way to understand and find hope in challenging times.
 


Published by Shambhala, 2005,  191 pages, paperback.

Amount: $29.00
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You Are the World

This volume consists of talks Krishnamurti gave at four well-known California universities.

Sensing the urge for freedom in his audience, Krishnamurti directs their attention away from superficial change, while at the same time challenging the Western dialectical tradition and emphasizing that inward revolution can only come about when we see that we are the world.

He asks us to use his words as a mirror to look at ourselves as we actually are and to see the totality of existence.


Published by Krishnamurti Foundation India, 163 pages, paperback.

Amount: $18.40
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Commentaries on Living: Series I

These brief chapters contain combinations of descriptions of nature with examinations of the basic human psychological problems, in conversations with the many people who came to speak privately with Krishnamurti.

The three books of The Commentaries on Living are among the easiest of Krishnamurti's books to read even though they discuss the major questions of ambition, the nature of wisdom, fear, and what is true action.


Published by Krishnamurti Foundation India,  paperback.

Amount: $31.55 
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Commentaries on Living: Series II

These brief chapters contain combinations of descriptions of nature with examinations of the basic human psychological problems, in conversations with the many people who came to speak privately with Krishnamurti.

The three books of The Commentaries on Living are among the easiest of Krishnamurti's books to read even though they discuss the major questions of ambition, the nature of wisdom, fear, and what is true action.


Published by Krishnamurti Foundation India,  paperback.

Amount: $31.55 
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Commentaries on Living: Series III

These brief chapters contain combinations of descriptions of nature with examinations of the basic human psychological problems, in conversations with the many people who came to speak privately with Krishnamurti.

The three books of The Commentaries on Living are among the easiest of Krishnamurti's books to read even though they discuss the major questions of ambition, the nature of wisdom, fear, and what is true action.


Published by Krishnamurti Foundation India,  paperback.

Amount: $31.55 
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Education and the Significance of Life

Here is a probing inquiry into the need for a true education which can lead to freedom from conflict individually and so globally.

Krishnamurti stresses self-exploration and the need for an environment free from fear to create an atmosphere in which real education can take place.

He also speaks practically about such matters as class size and the function of leadership. Krishnamurti spoke of the real educator as being the highest profession.


Published by Harper Collins, 1981,125 pages, paperback.

Amount: $27.00
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