Audio | J. Krishnamurti – London 1969 – Public Talk 3 – A way of living in which there is no…

Audio | J. Krishnamurti – London 1969 – Public Talk 3 – A way of living in which there is no division

To find a way of living with no fragmentation, one has to go deeply into what is love and death.

What is the relationship between pleasure and intelligence?

Is there a tomorrow psychologically?

Is it possible for the mind to be free of the past so that it is not bound by time?

All division must bring about conflict.

What is the deeper level of the mind?

Why do we give deep significance to the unconscious mind but don’t give great importance to the conscious mind?

What is the relationship between love and death?

Unless the mind changes radically our living has very little meaning.

Can one die from day to day to everything psychologically known?

Questions from the audience followed the talk.

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