J. Krishnamurti – Brockwood Park 1974 – School Discussion 1 – Creating an atmosphere of complete security
Having an atmosphere of dedicated seriousness with a sense of complete security.
Our responsibility is to see that we begin to free ourselves from the corruption of society.
How will you prevent your influence from corrupting the student?
How shall I help the student and myself to uncondition in our relationship throughout the day?
Am I capable of talking about my conditioning openly with the student?
The atmosphere itself says behave, when a group of people are living a life which is logical, sane, whole.
Welcoming the students.
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