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I've never had my core beliefs challenged until I started reading this book.Read a page,contemplate on it for atleast one day.There's so much to think and analyse after every para.The best piece of philosophy by any Indian author.

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This is a classic!
A good place to begin exploring J. Krishnamurti's thought.
Each chapter covers a specific theme.
There is also a series of chapters dealing with specific questions. The answers to which are just as significant today as when they were first written.
 

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Once again, J. Krishnamurti attempts to draw the reader into this exploration of this troublesome split of thinker and thought. Instead of simply describing and explaining the what is of this dilemma, he invites us to participate, examine, explore within our own life experience. I highly recommend this book for anyone trying to understand this unbelievably elusive yet simple truth about the way of things. 

Review: The First and Last Freedom

User Review  - Alex Kartelias - Goodreads

I was reading this book with so much interest for the first 160 pages or so but, when i came to realize the totality of his belief- that the truth is a pathless land- it hit me: why would something ... Read full review

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User Review  - Aziz - Goodreads

Great book, with profound insights. Although, it is not for a beginning seeker, its kind of dry and laid out plain simple. Truth needs some humor. But still a great, great book and one of if not Krishnamurti's best book. Read full review

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User Review  - Vatsal - Goodreads

What comes to mind when you read J. Krishnamurti here? John Lennon! Read full review

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User Review  - Punkster - Goodreads

Philosophy met psychology and they created something beautiful. Read full review

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User Review  - Bheem Rajaneesh - Goodreads

Finding something different in me. Cant explain, but can talk about it. Cant feel, but feeling happy about it. ????? Lot more to come... Read full review

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User Review  - Scott - Goodreads

It is by Krishnamurti, not Huxley. Read full review

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User Review  - Snezha - Goodreads

Amazing book. Everything fits into place. If you are to question the basics of your thinking this is the right book. Its not teaching you anything , its giving you view of your own limitations Read full review


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