J. Krishnamurti and the Nameless Experience

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Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 1979 - Individuality - 505 pages
J. Krishnamurti is one of the most revolutionary thinkers of our age. To listen to him or to read his books is an experience by itself. He challenges every norm and value of individual as well as social life. He is not interested in mere outer changes; he stands for a fundamental transformation, what he calls the Mutation of the Mind. He states that there must arise first the New Man before a New Society can be brought into existence.

The present book deals comprehensively with all aspects of Krishnamurti`s teachings, his philosophy, his psychology and a practice of no-practice. Krishnamurti says: Society is always static; only in the individual can there be a radical revolution. It is with this individual revolution that this book is fundamentally concerned.
 

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Contents

In Search of Security
1
The Picture without a Frame
27
The Mysteries of the Brain
63
The Grasp of the Mind
92
The Problem and the Solution
116
The Interrupted Perception
141
The Arrival of the Enjoyer
186
The Ecstasy of Communion
256
The Wearing of the Mask
317
The Great Discovery
394
Epilogue Meditation
474
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