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" There are many for whom the Qualification of Desirelessness is a difficult one, for they feel that they are their desires— that if their distinctive desires, their likings and dislikings, are taken away from them, there will be no self left. But these... "
At the Feet of the Master - Page 31
by Alcyone - 2007 - 81 pages
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At the Feet of the Master

Jiddu Krishnamurti - Theosophy - 1911 - 71 pages
...are their desires — that if their distinctive desires, their likings and dislikings, are taken aw^y from them, there will be no self left. But these are...desire dies, but the desire to be like Him. Yet before 23 you have the happiness of meeting Him face to face, you may attain desirelessness if you will. Discrimination...
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Education as Service

Jiddu Krishnamurti - Education - 1912 - 160 pages
...requires special consideration from the standpoint of the student. As has been said in At the Feet of the Master: "In the light of His holy Presence all desire dies, but the desire to be like Him." It is also said in the Bhagavad Gita that all desire dies "when once the Supreme is seen." This is...
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Inspirations from Ancient Wisdom: At the Feet of the Master, Light on the ...

J. Krishnamurti - Body, Mind & Spirit - 1999 - 157 pages
...likings and dislikings, are taken away from them, there will be no self left. But these are only the ones who have not seen the Master; in the light of his...Discrimination has already shown you that the things which most people desire, such as wealth and power, are not worth having; when this is really felt, not merely...
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