This Light in Oneself by J. Krishnamurti

By J. Krishnamurti

Those decisions current the middle of Krishnamurti's educating on meditation, taken from discussions with small teams, in addition to from public talks to giant audiences. His major topic is the fundamental have to glance inward, to understand ourselves, so as particularly to appreciate our own—and the world's—conflicts. we're the global, says Krishnamurti, and it really is our person chaos that creates social disease. He deals undying insights into the resource of precise freedom and knowledge.

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By J. Krishnamurti

Those decisions current the middle of Krishnamurti's educating on meditation, taken from discussions with small teams, in addition to from public talks to giant audiences. His major topic is the fundamental have to glance inward, to understand ourselves, so as particularly to appreciate our own—and the world's—conflicts. we're the global, says Krishnamurti, and it really is our person chaos that creates social disease. He deals undying insights into the resource of precise freedom and knowledge.

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They do not deceive us; they help us and deceive themselves. In one's journey to God, the lover tries only to please the Beloved and none else. This attitude is misunderstood by some, and they criticize and jeer at the lover. Baba expects His lovers to take such reactions with grace and a spirit of sportsmanship. How nice it would be to roll up the world and its ways which are overestimated by mind and to unroll the heart's carpet for the imminent arrival of the Beloved! Interplay of the Seeker and the Sought Near Dehra Dun there lived a sadhu who used to stay in a temple.

At the end of this particular contact (in contrast with the earlier seriousness that we noticed about Him), we found Baba to be in a happy, jovial mood. On the way to Laxman Jhula, Baba's car stopped. With 24 NINE-MONTH STAY AT DEHRA DUN BEGINS Baidul leading the way, Baba began slowly descending a narrow foot path going through the forest towards the river bank. At the end we reached a small ashram. On inquiry it was learned that the advanced soul staying there whom Baba wished to contact had closeted himself in a room for a certain period, as he wished to remain secluded from others.

253-255. 31 GLIMPSES OF THE GOD-MAN Two days later, Bhau had an important interview with Baba — one which was to deeply affect the remainder of his life. Given below are excerpts from a diary of Kishan Singh's. Kishan was then staying with the mandali at Dehra Dun. Baba: Are you prepared, on your own responsibility, to do as I order you? Bhau: Yes, Baba. Baba: I might ask you to go to Bombay or to certain places and work with the lepers on My behalf, or go preaching, or go to Badrinath (in the Himalayas) and sit there, or go begging, or go to work as a tongawalla (horse-carriage driver), earn and bring Me the money.

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