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What Is Life All AboutIt is only when you live with something
It is only when you live with something intimately that
you begin to understand it. But the moment you get used
to it- get used to your own anxiety or envy or whatever
it is- you are no longer living with it.
Freedom from the Known,70
The Two QuestionsWhat are you educated for, anyway?
You may be a sociologist, an anthropologist or a
scientist, with your specialized mind working away
at a fragment of the whole field of life. You are
filled with knowledge and words, with capable
explanations and rationalizations. And perhaps
in the future the computer will be able to do all
this infinitely better than you can. So education
may have a different meaning altogether - not
merely transferring what is printed on a page to
your brain. Education may mean opening the doors
of perception on to the vast movement of life. It
may mean learning how to live happily, freely,
without hate and confusion, but in beatitude.
Modern education is blinding us; we learn to fight
each other more and more, to compete, to struggle
with each other. Right education is surely finding
a different way of life, setting the mind free from
its own conditioning. And perhaps then there can be
love which in its action will bring about true
relationship between man and man.
The Collected Works Volume XIII
How Do You Listen [Narrator - Valerie Lombard]I narrated the works of Jiddu Krishnamurti. I am not
selling any audio files that I narrate. I am sharing
this message because the world is in Big Trouble and
there has to be a revolution in how we think so that
things in the world may radically change at its
foundation. We must change in our minds or all is
lost. So I am sharing this for serious, compassion
human beings who are tired of living in chaos. I
have taken some creative liberties with some of
J. Krishnamurti's words without changing the message.
I have a blog where I write about the challenges that
we face and examine Mental Conditioning. You can't go
beyond what you don't understand. I provide a mental
mirror whereby a person can explore themselves deeply.
The more one inquires and communes with the problem
the more one is Free of the problems generated by
our psychological confusion.
I direct audio listeners to: jkrishnamurti.org
1.) Putting Aside Screens - J. Krishnamurti,
The Book of Life - http://goo.gl/lc3Tfg
2.) The Act of Listening is the Soil - The Collected
Works J. Krishnamurti Vol XVI, pp 146-147
3.) Beyond the Noise of Words - J. Krishnamurti,
The Book of Life - http://goo.gl/NOk0mE
Listen by J.K. Upload --> http://goo.gl/W4dkfH
Jiddu Krishnamurti - ListenListening is an Action of Truth
Please, since you have taken the trouble to come here, may I suggest that in listening to what I am saying, you listen to the end, and not just take little bits here and there which happen to suit you; listen to the totality of it, and you will see that the whole thing hangs together. If you take a little part of it, you will have only the ashes which will create more misery, more sorrow, more confusion.
Also, listening itself is quite an art. Most of us never really listen, therefore we hear only partially. We hear the words that are spoken, but our minds are elsewhere; or our minds respond only to the meaning of the words, and this immediate response prevents us from hearing that which lies beyond the words. So listening is an art; but if you can listen totally to what is being said, then in that very listening you will find there is a liberation, because such listening is unpremeditated, uncalculated; it is an action of truth because your whole mind is there, your total attention is being given. If you listen without interpreting, without remembering a quotation from some old book, or comparing all this with what you have read, then you will find that your own mind has undergone a really radical change.
Collected Works, Vol. X, Action by Jiddu Krishnamurti