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Action

Action

Ref: 9781888004014


Price: 10.00 / 12.33

Krishnamurti offers radically different answers to questions about our relationship with others, and why we do not act with clarity and intelligence. What are the consequences of personal action based on a belief? Why does my effort not produce the results I expect? Why do I react to most things in life?

Published by Krishnamurti Foundation of America, 2000, ISBN 9781888004014, 139 pages, paperback.

All the Marvelous Earth

All the Marvelous Earth

Ref: 9781888004212


Price: 16.00 / 19.73

All the Marvelous Earth pairs quotations from Krishnamurti about nature on facing pages with carefully selected photographs of the earth and our environment in all their beauty, grandeur, and pathos. In questioning our relationship with nature, Krishnamurti goes beyond the environmentalists’ appeals for sustainable development to argue that the interaction between humankind and nature has a deeper and life-enhancing dimension. The striking photographs in this book are by 48 of the world’s top photographers.

Published by KPA, ISBN 9781888004212, 108 pages, 48 photographs, hardback, large format.

All the Marvelous Earth (Paperback Edition)

All the Marvelous Earth (Paperback Edition)

Ref: 9781888004229


Price: 12.00 / 14.80

All the Marvelous Earth pairs quotations from Krishnamurti about nature on facing pages with carefully selected photographs of the earth and our environment in all their beauty, grandeur, and pathos. In questioning our relationship with nature, Krishnamurti goes beyond the environmentalists’ appeals for sustainable development to argue that the interaction between humankind and nature has a deeper and life-enhancing dimension. The striking photographs in this book are by 48 of the world’s top photographers.

Published by KPA, ISBN 9781888004229, 108 pages, 48 photographs, paperback, large format.

As One Is

As One Is

Ref: 9781890772628


Price: 9.00 / 11.10

In this series of 8 talks, given in Ojai, California in 1955, Krishnamurti confronts the confusion, habits and assumptions of the human mind and suggests that these lie at the root of all violence and suffering in the world. While these reflections were offered over fifty years ago, their meaning is as fresh and as relevant today.

Published by Hohm Press, ISBN: 9781890772628, 147 pages, paperback.

First published in 2007


Awakening of Intelligence, The

Awakening of Intelligence, The

Ref: 9780060648343


Price: 11.00 / 13.57

This is one of the most comprehensive texts of Krishnamurti's teachings, containing discussions with various individuals, including Professor Jacob Needleman, Alain Naudé, Swami Venkatesananda and David Bohm, a professor of theoretical physics. Jacob Needleman asks about the present situation of the young, the role of the teacher, tradition and its relation with direct perception and the need for awareness of a "cosmic dimension". With Alain Naudé, Krishnamurti discusses the problem of good and evil, the fragmentation of consciousness and the possibility of psychological revolution. Swami Venkatesananda puts questions to Krishnamurti on the Hindu scriptures. David Bohm and Krishnamurti investigate the true meaning of intelligence and discuss the intricacies of the mind.

Published by HarperCollins, 1987, ISBN: 9780060648343, 538 pages, paperback.

First published in 1973

Beyond Violence

Beyond Violence

Ref: 9788187326271


Price: 2.00 / 2.47

These transcripts of talks and discussions held in Santa Monica and San Diego, London, Brockwood Park and Rome in 1970, have frequent references to what is and what is not the religious mind as well as discussing the question of violence.

Published by KFI, 2002, ISBN: 9788187326271, 186 pages, paperback.

First published in 1973

Book of Life, The

Book of Life, The

Ref: 9780060648794


Price: 9.00 / 11.10

Inspired by Krishnamurti's perception that truth can be discovered by anyone and that all life is interconnected, The Book of Life presents passages from Krishnamurti's talks and writings on a different theme for every week of the year, with each topic developed over seven days. The subjects embrace such far-ranging topics as self-knowledge, desire, sorrow, death and meditation.

Published by HarperSanFrancisco, 1995, ISBN: 9780060648794, 388 pages, paperback.

First published in 1995

Can Humanity Change?

Can Humanity Change?

Ref: 9781590300726


Price: 9.00 / 11.10

In 1978 and 1979 the Buddhist scholar, Walpola Rahula, a world-renowned authority on Buddhism, came to Brockwood Park to put questions to Krishnamurti. Nearly all the conversations start with Dr. Rahula raising an issue of crucial importance for any radical change in the human being. In each case, he argues that the Buddha and Krishnamurti have said substantially the same thing.

Published by Shambhala Publications, ISBN: 9781590300725, 192 pages, paperback.

First published in 2003

Choiceless Awareness

Choiceless Awareness

Ref: 9781888004045


Price: 10.00 / 12.33

Krishnamurti proposes that the current crisis is not social, political, economic or religious, but the direct consequence of our fragmented way of living: the fault is in our consciousness. What is our relationship to consciousness? How does inner conflict generate war? In what way can choiceless awareness heal the division between the observer and the observed?

Published by Krishnamurti Foundation of America, 2001, ISBN: 9781888004045, 151 pages, paperback.

Commentaries on Living: Series I, J.Krishnamurti

Commentaries on Living: Series I, J.Krishnamurti

Ref: 9788187326042


Price: 6.00 / 7.40

During the 1930s and 1940s, Krishnamurti was intermittently keeping notes of his talks, his musings on nature and reflections on life, and discussions with individuals and groups. Apparently, it was Aldous Huxley who encouraged him to write in a sustained manner these commentaries on life, which consist of a series of dialogues with ordinary human beings whom he met in different parts of the world.

The three volumes of Commentaries on Living represent an entirely new genre of writing - a blend of lyrical descriptions of nature, philosophical reflections, and psychological insights, all informed by a deep religious sensibility and couched in lucid, absorbing prose.

Published by KFI, ISBN: 9788187326042, 328 pages, paperback.

First published in 1956

Commentaries on Living: Series II, J.Krishnamurti

Commentaries on Living: Series II, J.Krishnamurti

Ref: 9788187326131


Price: 6.00 / 7.40

During the 1930s and 1940s, Krishnamurti was intermittently keeping notes of his talks, his musings on nature and reflections on life, and discussions with individuals and groups. Apparently, it was Aldous Huxley who encouraged him to write in a sustained manner these commentaries on life, which consist of a series of dialogues with ordinary human beings whom he met in different parts of the world.

The three volumes of Commentaries on Living represent an entirely new genre of writing - a blend of lyrical descriptions of nature, philosophical reflections, and psychological insights, all informed by a deep religious sensibility and couched in lucid, absorbing prose.

Published by KFI, ISBN: 9788187326131, 325 pages, paperback.

First published in 1959

Commentaries on Living: Series III, J.Krishnamurti

Commentaries on Living: Series III, J.Krishnamurti

Ref: 9788187326298


Price: 6.00 / 7.40

During the 1930s and 1940s, Krishnamurti was intermittently keeping notes of his talks, his musings on nature and reflections on life, and discussions with individuals and groups. Apparently, it was Aldous Huxley who encouraged him to write in a sustained manner these commentaries on life, which consist of a series of dialogues with ordinary human beings whom he met in different parts of the world.

The three volumes of Commentaries on Living represent an entirely new genre of writing - a blend of lyrical descriptions of nature, philosophical reflections, and psychological insights, all informed by a deep religious sensibility and couched in lucid, absorbing prose.

Published by KFI, ISBN: 9788187326298, 478 pages, paperback.

First published in 1961

Don't Make a Problem of Anything

Don't Make a Problem of Anything

Ref: 9788187326540


Price: 8.00 / 9.87

In these discussions, Krishnamurti goes deeply into the question of Human problems, drawing, in the process, a most interesting distinction between the 'professional' and the 'human being'. He asks whether we do not regard ourselves as professionals first and as human beings afterwards. Our education generally makes us professionals in the sense that right from childhood we are trained to solve physical problems. The brain thus gets conditioned to solving problems, and it carries over the same mentality to the psychological realm and so comes to look upon any situation, any emotion as a terrible problem to be solved. The very nature of the problem-solving mind is its inability to see itself as the problem-creating mind, and so it never comes to the end of problems. In different contexts, through various examples, Krishnamurti returns again and again to his great insight: Don't make a problem of anything in life.

Though Krishnamurti is addressing mostly teachers of the schools he founded, there is something here for everyone: for those interested in a new kind of education, for parents, for the pundits in Vedanta or Buddhism, for psychologists, for those in the ordinary workday world, for religious seekers…

Published by KFI, ISBN: 9788187326540, 286 pages, paperback.

First published in 2007

Educating the Educator

Educating the Educator

Ref: 9788187326793


Price: 2.00 / 2.47

During the year 1948, Krishnamurti held as usual a series of public talks in India, but in Bombay and Poona his talks were interspersed with meetings with teachers and parents. These special sessions took the form of Krishnamurti answering questions on education put to him by the audience.

As Krishnamurti emphasizes in his opening remarks, his chief, if not sole, concern is that it is ‘the educator who needs educating’. By which he means that the true teacher is not one who merely imparts information; he must first be rooted in self-knowledge and committed to bringing about a radical change in himself as a human being.

Published by KFI, ISBN: 9788187326793, 98 pages, paperback.

First published in 2013

Education & the Significance of Life

Education & the Significance of Life

Ref: 9780060648763


Price: 9.00 / 11.10

Here is a probing inquiry into the need for a true education which can lead to freedom from conflict individually and so globally. Krishnamurti stresses self-exploration and the need for an environment free from fear to create an atmosphere in which real education can take place. He also speaks practically about such matters as class size and the function of leadership. Krishnamurti spoke of the role of the real educator as "the highest profession".

Published by Harper Collins, 1981, ISBN: 9780060648763, 125 pages, paperback.

First published in 1953

Ending of Time, The

Ending of Time, The

Ref: 9780060647964


Price: 10.00 / 12.33

Of the many dialogues held between Professor David Bohm and Krishnamurti, this series of thirteen contains some of the most comprehensive. The topics they explore include: The roots of psychological conflict, cleansing the mind of the accumulation of time and breaking the pattern of ego-centered activity.

Published by HarperSanFrancisco, 1985, ISBN: 9780060647964, 268 pages, paperback.

First published in 1985

Explorations and Insights

Explorations and Insights

Ref: 9788187326755


Price: 8.00 / 9.87

Previously known as Exploration into Insight this revised edition contains several dialogues Krishnamurti held in the 1970's with scholars, religious seekers and close associates.These dialogues draw out his insights into self-knowledge, the ending of recognition, action in attention, silence and disorder and the root of fear.

Published by KFI, 2011, ISBN: 9788187326755, 361 pages, paperback.

First published in 1979

Facing a World in Crisis

Facing a World in Crisis

Ref: 9781590302033


Price: 10.00 / 12.33

J. Krishnamurti often stated that people must look at the state of the world, with all its violence and conflict, if they are ever to understand themselves. To turn away from world events was for him not to be alive to what life has to teach. Facing a World in Crisis presents a selection of talks that Krishnamurti gave on how to live in and respond to troubling and uncertain times. His message of personal responsibility and the importance of connecting with the broader world is presented in a non-sectarian and non-political way. Direct and ultimately life-affirming, Facing a World in Crisis will resonate with readers who are looking for a new way to understand and find hope in challenging times.

Published by Shambhala, 2005, ISBN: 9781590302033, 191 pages, paperback.

First published in 2005

First and Last Freedom, The (New Edition)

First and Last Freedom, The (New Edition)

Ref: 9781846043758


Price: 10.00 / 12.33

The New Edition of The First and Last Freedom is now available for sale.

The First and Last Freedom has sold more copies than any other Krishnamurti book. Aldous Huxley wrote the Foreword in which he states, "Only choiceless awareness can lead to non-duality, to the reconciliation of opposites in a total understanding and a total love." Huxley ends his ten-page foreword with Krishnamurti's powerfully insightful words, "Love is love, not to be defined or described by the mind as exclusive or inclusive. Love is its own eternity: it is the real, the supreme, the immeasurable."

Published by Rider, 2013, ISBN: 9781846043758, 328 pages, paperback.

First published in 1954

First Step is the Last Step, The

First Step is the Last Step, The

Ref: 8187326565


Price: 8.00 / 9.87

'The first step is the last step. The first step is to perceive-perceive what you are thinking, perceive your ambition, perceive your anxiety, your loneliness, your despair, this extraordinary sense of sorrow. Perceive it without any condemnation, justification, without wishing it to be different, just perceive it as it is. When you perceive it as it is, then there is a totally different kind of action taking place, and that action is the final action. That is, when you perceive something as being false or as being true, that perception is the final action, which is the final step.'

THIS BOOK consists of the talks Krishnamurti gave in New Delhi, Madras, Bangalore, and Bombay between December 1970 and February 1971. The title is a summing up of many of his statements that form the common theme of these series of talks. For those who have gone seriously into Krishnamurti's teachings, this book offers strikingly new perspectives on man's ancient quest for self-knowledge.


Flame of Attention, The

Flame of Attention, The

Ref: 9789062716954


Price: 8.00 / 9.87

Talks given in India, England, Switzerland and the United States in 1981 and 1982. "What is a human being to do? Is the crisis intellectual, economic or national with all the poverty, confusion, anarchy, lawlessness, terrorism and always the threat of the bomb in the street? Observing all that, what is our responsibility? Are you concerned with what is happening in the world, or are you merely concerned with your own private salvation?"

Published by Wassenaar: Mirananda, ISBN: 9789062716954, 112 pages, paperback.

First published in 1983

Flame of Learning, A

Flame of Learning, A

Ref: 9789062718290


Price: 8.00 / 9.87

At Brockwood Park, England, Krishnamurti in conversation with teachers addresses such questions as: Is it possible to transmit Krishnamurti's teachings to students through their subjects? The meaning of freedom and authority and having no motive or self-interest.

Published by Mirananda, 1993, ISBN: 9789062718290, 205 pages, paperback.

First published in 1993

Flight of the Eagle, The (New Edition)

Flight of the Eagle, The (New Edition)

Ref: 9781846044748


Price: 8.00 / 9.87

This book contains a selection of the talks and dialogues Krishnamurti held in 1969 in London, Amsterdam, Paris and Saanen, Switzerland. "We do not know what it means to live in that ecstatic, blissful sense. I say one can live that way only when one knows how to be free from all the stupidities of one's life. To be free from them is only possible in becoming aware of one's relationship not only with human beings, but with ideas, with nature, with everything."

Published by Rider, 2014, ISBN: 9781846044748, paperback.

First published in 1971

Freedom from the Known (New edition)

Freedom from the Known (New edition)

Ref: 9781846042133


Price: 8.00 / 9.87

Jiddu Krishnamurti is regarded as one of the greatest thinkers and spiritual teachers of all time. Eckhart Tolle, Joseph Campbell and Alan Watts are among those indebted to his writings. This classic work first distils Krishnamurti's key ideas on the problems we face as we try to make sense of our lives. Here, Krishnamurti gives us the means to shake off fear and to find truth. He offers freedom from the known.

Published by Rider Books, 2010, ISBN: 9781846042133, 129 pages, paperback.

First published in 1969

Freedom, Love and Action (pocket edition)

Freedom, Love and Action (pocket edition)

Ref: 9780877739773


Price: 5.00 / 6.17

Previously published as several booklets entitled: Five Conversations, Eight Conversations, Meditations 1969, Inward Flowering and A Dialogue With Oneself, these selections from Krishnamurti's writings and talks have been chosen for their particular intensity and clarity.

Published by Shambhala, ISBN: 9780877739773, 231 pages, paperback.

First published in 1994

Future of Humanity, The

Future of Humanity, The

Ref: 978906271742X


Price: 4.50 / 5.55

Krishnamurti and David Bohm engage in two dialogues at Brockwood Park, England. One of the central themes explored is the question of psychological time.

Published by Mirananda, 1986, ISBN: 978906271742X, 85 pages, paperback.

First published in 1986

Impossible Question, The

Impossible Question, The

Ref: 9788187326816


Price: 10.00 / 12.33

Back in print

We never put the impossible question. We are always putting the question of what is possible. If you put an impossible question, your mind then has to find the answer in terms of the impossible, not of what is possible. All the great scientific discoveries are based on this - the impossible.

By means of a series of exchanges, Krishnamurti helps his audience to explore matters such as personal relationships, the nature of pleasure and joy, the origin of thought, and meditation, all of which revolve round the central issue of man’s search for self-knowledge. The book reveals the unique approach of a profound teacher and will prove invaluable to those who wish to gain insights into his philosophy or into themselves.

Published by KFI, 2013, ISBN 9788187326816, 201 pages, paperback.

First published in 1972


Individual and Society

Individual and Society

Ref: 9781888004021


Price: 10.00 / 12.33

By focusing on the fact of our entrenched conditioning and the necessity for the psyche to undergo a revolution, Krishnamurti brings us to the interface, to the source of both the individual and society. What is our response to a disintegrating society? How can one bring about a transformation in oneself and society? What are the limitations of self-improvement? What is real individuality?

Published by Krishnamurti Foundation of America, 2001, ISBN: 9781888004021, 126 pages, paperback.

Inward Revolution

Inward Revolution

Ref: 9781590303276


Price: 10.00 / 12.33

In this book Krishnamurti inquires with the reader into how remembering and dwelling on past events, both pleasurable and painful, gives us a false sense of continuity, causing us to suffer. His instruction is to be attentive and clear in our perceptions and to meet the challenges of life directly in each new moment.

Published by Shambhala, 2006, ISBN: 9781590303276, 232 pages, paperback.

First published in 2005

J.Krishnamurti Speaking with the International Committees at Saanen 1981 to 1985

J.Krishnamurti Speaking with the International Committees at Saanen 1981 to 1985

Ref: 9780900506180


Price: 2.00 / 2.47

"So, here we are, a group of people, meeting every year, from different parts of the world. Can we think together? Can we have sufficient energy and affection, love, whatever you would like to call it?"

Published by Krishnamurti Foundation Trust, ISBN: 9780900506180, 54 pages, paperback.

Krishnamurti Reader, The

Krishnamurti Reader, The

Ref: 9780140192445


Price: 8.00 / 9.87

Edited by Mary Lutyens, Krishnamurti's biographer, this selection from a wide range of his published work has three parts: Problems of Living, For the Young and Questions & Answers. Whether answering students' questions or speaking from the platform, Krishnamurti directs our attention away from facile, predictable responses towards a more radical probing of the subjects of belief, education, love, life and death.

Published by Penguin Arkana, 1970, ISBN: 9780140192445, 251 pages, paperback.

First published in 1970

Krishnamurti Reader, The (Shambhala)

Krishnamurti Reader, The (Shambhala)

Ref: 9787590309384


Price: 10.00 / 12.33

Previously published as The Pocket Krishnamurti and now reprinted in a new format.

With great insight and immediacy, these teachings explore what Krishnamurti calls "the art of living". He addresses such topics as a way of life without conflict; skill and clarity in action; living and dying; and meditation and the sacred in daily life. This previously unpublished material is a little gem, to be taken to heart in living one's life simply and intelligently.

Published by Shambhala, 2011, ISBN: 978-7-59030-938-4, 192 pages, paperback.

First published in 2009

Krishnamurti to Himself:His Last Journal

Krishnamurti to Himself:
His Last Journal

Ref: 9780062506498


Price: 8.00 / 9.87

This book is special as it is the only one of Krishnamurti's publications which presents words spoken into a tape recorder while he was alone. Like the written entries in Krishnamurti's Journal and Krishnamurti's Notebook, these also are true meditations.

Published by HarperCollins, 1985, ISBN: 9780062506498, 134 pages, paperback.

First published in 1987

Krishnamurti's Journal

Krishnamurti's Journal

Ref: 9780900506239


Price: 8.00 / 9.87

Krishnamurti's Journal gives the intimate thoughts of one of the great spiritual teachers of our time. Writing simply, directly, yet in richly poetic prose, Krishnamurti shares observations and meditations which he wrote in this diary from 1973 to 1975.

Published by KFT, 2004, ISBN: 9780900506239, 132 pages, paperback.

First published in 1982

Krishnamurti's Notebook (Full Text Edition)

Krishnamurti's Notebook (Full Text Edition)

Ref: 9781888004632


Price: 11.00 / 13.57

This unique notebook, written almost daily by Krishnamurti in 1961 and 1962, moves with breathtaking swiftness from the sights and sounds of his immediate environment to those moments of bliss variously described as "immensity", "benediction", or the "otherness". He also mentions the phenomenon of what he calls "the process".

Published by Krishnamurti Publications of America, ISBN: 9781888004632, 392 pages, paperback.

First published in 1976

Last Talks, The

Last Talks, The

Ref: 9788187326236


Price: 6.00 / 7.40

When Krishnamurti came to India in November 1985, he was in his ninety-first year. He had returned, in the words of a friend, to 'say goodbye'. Despite his terminal illness, he visited the Rajghat School in Varanasi, the Rishi Valley School in Andhra Pradesh, and Vasanta Vihar in Madras to give public talks and participate in the discussions with all the vigour and passionate concern of the previous sixty years of his working life. In his last talk, at Vasanta Vihar, he inquired into the origin of life and said: 'Creation is something that is most holy, that's the most sacred thing in life, and if you have made a mess of your life, change it. Change it today, not tomorrow.'

Letters to a Young Friend

Letters to a Young Friend

Ref: 9780900506604


Price: 4.00 / 4.93

Between 1948 and the early 1960s, Krishnaji was easily accessible and many people came to him. On walks, in personal meetings, through letters, the relationships blossomed. He wrote the following letters to a young friend who came to him wounded in body and mind. The letters, written between June 1948 and March 1960, reveal a rare compassion and clarity: the teaching and healing unfold; separation and distance disappear; the words flow; not a word is superfluous; the healing and teaching are simultaneous.

Published by Krishnamurti Foundation Trust, 2004, ISBN:9780900506604, 69 pages, paperback.

First published in 2004

Life Ahead

Life Ahead

Ref: 9788187326158


Price: 7.00 / 8.63

As the first collection of his talks to students and teachers, Life Ahead clearly illustrates Krishnamurti's views on education. In the introduction, he writes, "It seems to me that a totally different kind of morality and conduct and an action that springs from the understanding of the whole process of living, have become an urgent necessity in our world of mounting crises and problems."

Published by KFI, 2002, ISBN: 9788187326158, 204 pages, paperback.

First published in 1963

Limits of Thought, The

Limits of Thought, The

Ref: 9780415193986


Price: 20.00 / 24.67

The Limits of Thought contains a series of penetrating dialogues between the unique teacher J. Krishnamurti and the distinguished physicist David Bohm. Their starting point is Krishnamurti's statement, "The action of reality is entirely different from the action of truth." They explore questions of time, space, order, chaos and conflict and what might be the meaning of wholeness when the limitation of thinking is seen. In a preface, David Bohm writes about Krishnamurti's steadfast concern with truth: "Krishnamurti's work is permeated by what may be called the essence of the scientific approach, when this is considered in its very highest and purest form."

Published by Routledge, 1999, ISBN: 9780415193986, 131 pages, paperback.

First published in 1999

Magnitude of the Mind

Magnitude of the Mind

Ref: 9788187326700


Price: 3.00 / 3.70

The whole story of mankind is in you- the vast experiences, the deep-rooted fears, anxieties, sorrow, pleasure, and all the beliefs that man has accumulated throughout millennia. You are that book, and it is an art to read that book. So says Krishnamurti in this series of talks, reiterating his basic insight that what is important for a human being is to read the book of his own life, its various chapters and pages, rather than studying any ancient scriptures or modern philosophies.

Meditations

Meditations

Ref: 9781570629419


Price: 11.00 / 13.57

In this collection of excerpts taken from his books, meditation is shown to be a state of attention beyond thought which brings total freedom from authority and ambition, fear and separateness.

Published by Shambhala Publications Inc., 2002, ISBN: 9781570629419, 133 pages, paperback.

First published in 1979

Mirror of Relationship, The

Mirror of Relationship, The

Ref: 9781888004908


Price: 10.50 / 12.95

This book has proved helpful in dialogues and for use in high school and college classrooms. There are talks on marriage, love, relationship and sex. Krishnamurti states, "sex becomes an extraordinary, difficult and complex problem so long as you do not understand the mind."

Published by Krishnamurti Foundation of America, 2006; ISBN: 978-1-888004-05-2, 140 pages, paperback

First published in 1992

Meeting Life

Meeting Life

Ref: 9780062505262


Price: 9.00 / 11.10

The first section of Meeting Life, a book compiled and edited by Mary Lutyens, contains sixteen short pieces written by Krishnamurti for the Krishnamurti Foundation Trust Bulletins. Each starts with a description of nature and then comments on a profound question of life. Part Two contains Krishnamurti's answers to questions put to him at the end of his talks or in small group discussions. Part three consists of fifteen complete talks from different parts of the world.

Published by Harper Collins, 1991, ISBN: 9780062505262, 228 pages, paperback.

First published in 1991

Mind Without Measure

Mind Without Measure

Ref: 9788187326514


Price: 6.00 / 7.40

Krishnamurti held a series of talks in the autumn and winter of 1982-83 in New Delhi, Calcutta, Chennai and Mumbai. Among the subjects discussed in this compilation are: Where there is a cause, there is an end; Is there psychological evolution?; What is a religious mind?; In ending there is a new beginning.

Published by KFI, 2005, ISBN: 9788187326514, 215 pages, paperback.

First published in 1983

Nature of the New Mind, The

Nature of the New Mind, The

Ref: 8187326190


Price: 8.00 / 9.87

The Nature of the New Mind is the third volume in the series titled 'Selections from the Decades', and consists of twenty-three public talks that Krishnamurti gave between 1961 and 1968.

Whereas in the 1950s, Krishnamurti dwelt largely on individual change, his focus here is on a radical mutation in human consciousness as a whole. Addressing large international audiences in different parts of the world, Krishnamurti points out that the present crisis is not just what we perceive outwardly in society; it really lies in the unconscious, deep within oneself. So what is required is not more knowledge or more collective action, but a totally new mind. And that is needed, says Krishnamurti, 'to deal not only with the everlasting but also with the immediate problems of existence'. It is important to see the urgency of having such a mind now and not wait for time to bring it about. The new mind is not merely logical or intellectual; rather, it is a mind that is completely free of all its old patterns and has, therefore, the quality of stillness, love, and compassion. 'What the world needs is compassion, not schemes. And compassion is the very nature of the new mind. Because the new mind is the unknown mind, it is not to be measured by the known,' says Krishnamurti.


Network of Thought, The

Network of Thought, The

Ref: 9788187326502


Price: 4.50 / 5.55

Back in print

In these talks, given in Saanen, Switzerland, and Amsterdam in 1981, Krishnamurti likens the human mind to a computer that has been 'programmed'. Each human being thinks according to his particular programme which dominates him; each one is caught in his particular 'network of thought'.

What we regard as the personality , the ego, or the 'I', is no more than a programmed network of thinking. Krishnamurti points out that the real freedom that man needs is freedom from this conditioning. This demands pure observation of the nature of one's thinking; it means observing without thought – a paradox which is resolved by the fact that when there is pure observation, there is no thought to observe.

Published by KFI, 2005, 2009, ISBN: 9788187326502, 116 pages, paperback.

First published in 1982

On Conflict

On Conflict

Ref: 9788187326618


Price: 7.00 / 8.63

Is it possible to live a life without conflict in the modern world, with all the strain, struggle, pressures and influences in the social structure? That is really living, the essence of a mind that is inquiring seriously. The question whether there is God, whether there is truth, whether there is beauty can come only when this is established, when the mind is no longer in conflict, says Krishnamurti in this book, which brings together the most significant excerpts on a theme that he dwelt upon frequently in his talks, writings and dialogues.

Published by KFI, ISBN: 9788187326618, 138 pages, paperback.

First published in 1994

On Education

On Education

Ref: 978818732600X


Price: 5.00 / 6.17

Talks and discussions held between Krishnamurti and the students and teachers of his schools in India. He regards education as of prime significance in the communication of that which is central to the transformation of the human mind and the creation of a new culture.

Published by KFI, ISBN: 978-81-87326-00-7, 158 pages, paperback.

First published in 1974

On Fear

On Fear

Ref: 9780062510143


Price: 8.00 / 9.87

This book examines, through excerpts from talks and dialogues, the theme of fear, which Krishnamurti points out needs to be seen at its root, not just in its many expressions.

Published by HarperCollins, 1995, ISBN: 9780062510143, 122 pages, paperback.

First published in 1995

On Freedom

On Freedom

Ref: 9780575053281


Price: 5.00 / 6.17

Krishnamurti addresses the basic issues of freedom, from human rights in the political and social arena to the desire for freedom from "wants, pursuits, ambitions, envies and ill-will". Freedom, according to Krishnamurti, is necessary for clarity of understanding. Freedom is to be without fear, but there are freedoms such as the freedom to overpopulate the earth that create imbalance and even catastrophe and need to be understood in all their dangers.

Published by Gollancz, ISBN: 9780575053281, 148 pages, paperback.

First published in 1992

On God

On God

Ref: 9780062506078


Price: 9.00 / 11.10

Krishnamurti points out that the God we have created is out of our projections and fears. He explains that true religion and the sacred have nothing to do with such conceptions of thought.

Published by HarperCollins, 1992, ISBN: 9780062506078, 158 pages, paperback.

First published in 1992

On Learning and Knowledge

On Learning and Knowledge

Ref: 9780900506172


Price: 8.00 / 9.87

Krishnamurti, in excerpts from his talks and dialogues, states that knowledge, while necessary in practical areas, is of time and accumulation and prevents clear and accurate perception and observation in the moment in daily life.

Published by Krishnamurti Foundation Trust, ISBN: 9780900506172, paperback.

First published in 1994

On Learning and Knowledge (Hardback)

On Learning and Knowledge (Hardback)

Ref: 9780900506172-


Price: 14.00 / 17.27

Krishnamurti, in excerpts from his talks and dialogues, states that knowledge, while necessary in practical areas, is of time and accumulation and prevents clear and accurate perception and observation in the moment in daily life.

Published by Krishnamurti Foundation Trust, ISBN: 9780900506172, paperback.

First published in 1994

On Living and Dying

On Living and Dying

Ref: 9788187326441


Price: 8.00 / 9.87

Back in print

On Living and Dying is one of a series of theme books compiled from the talks, writings, and dialogues of J.Krishnamurti. Some of the other titles in this series are On God, On Relationship, On Freedom, On Love and Loneliness and On Fear.

"To understand death, you have to understand life. But life is not the continuity of thought; it is this very continuity that has bred all our misery. So can the mind bring death from the distant to the immediate? Do you follow? Actually, death is not somewhere far away; it is here and now. It is here when you are talking, when you are going to office. It is here at every minute of life, just as love is. If once you perceive this fact, then you will find that there is no fear of death at all."

Published by KFI, 2011, ISBN: 9788187326441, 142 pages, paperback.

First published in 1992

On Love and Loneliness

On Love and Loneliness

Ref: 9780062510136


Price: 9.00 / 11.10

Krishnamurti distinguishes between love and sex, pleasure, attachment and dependency. He suggests that true aloneness - to be whole - denies loneliness.

Published by HarperCollins, 1993, ISBN: 978-00-62510-13-6, 155 pages, paperback.

First published in 1993

List price: £8.20

On Mind and Thought

On Mind and Thought

Ref: 9780062510150


Price: 6.00 / 7.40

Excerpts from Krishnamurti's talks and dialogues explain the nature and limitations of thought and discuss brain, mind and consciousness.

Published by HarperCollins, 1993, ISBN: 9780062510150, 146 pages, paperback.

First published in 1993

On Nature and the Environment

On Nature and the Environment

Ref: 9780575053298


Price: 5.00 / 6.17

As early as 1948 Krishnamurti said: ''Because we do not love the earth and the things of the earth but merely utilize them....we have lost touch with life....we have lost the sense of tenderness, that sensitivity, that response to things of beauty; and it is only in the renewal of that sensitivity that we can have understanding of what is true relationship.'' This was the first volume of an unprecedented series of thematic selections from Krishnamurti's works. Here, the world-renowned spiritual teacher explains eloquently how true relationship is brought about by knowing how our inner world of thoughts and emotions is inextricably linked to the outer world of humanity and the environment.

Published by Gollancz, 1992, ISBN: 9780575053298, 112 pages, paperback.

First published in 1992

On Relationship

On Relationship

Ref: 9780062506085


Price: 9.00 / 11.10

Providing a far-reaching basis for solving many of the world's crises, this book brings together Krishnamurti's most essential teachings on the individual's relationship to other people and institutions.

Published by HarperSanFrancisco, 1992, ISBN: 9780062506085, 164 pages, paperback.

First published in 1992

Perfume of the Teachings, The. J. Krishnamurti in dialogue with trustees

Perfume of the Teachings, The. J. Krishnamurti in dialogue with trustees

Ref: 9780900506000


Price: 10.00 / 12.33

In 1977, Krishnamurti met in Ojai, California with trustees of the Krishnamurti Foundations from Europe, India, and North America. Over a one month period he talked extensively with them about the work they were doing, about the schools they looked after, and about the need to have centres where adults could visit to withdraw for a time from their usual activities and concerns and study the significance of their lives. But the background of this enquiry was his intense interest in the "flowering", as he called it, of the trustees themselves.

As Mary Cadogan, one of those present, says in her Introduction, "Krishnamurti seemed to be fired with even greater and more dynamic energy than usual and, although these discussions were primarily concerned with the future of the Foundations, their scope and detail must surely have relevance to the way in which any enquiring group of people working together might relate to each other intelligently". She adds: "Several of us who had been listening to, and working with, Krishnamurti for many years felt that these dialogues were truly revelatory and life- changing".

Fortunately, these discussions were taped, so we are able to present in this book a unique record of Krishnamurti working with the trustees.


Pocket Krishnamurti

Pocket Krishnamurti

Ref: 9781590307106


Price: 5.00 / 6.17

Here is a pocket-size collection. With great insight and immediacy, these teachings explore what Krishnamurti calls "the art of living". He addresses such topics as a way of life without conflict; skill and clarity in action; living and dying; and meditation and the sacred in daily life. This previously unpublished material is a little gem, to be taken to heart in living one's life simply and intelligently.

Published by Shambhala, 2009, ISBN: 978-1590307106, 256 pages, paperback.

First published in 2009

Questioning Krishnamurti

Questioning Krishnamurti

Ref: 9788187326212


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This book consists of fourteen conversations debating many essential questions. Those taking part include scientists, a Buddhist scholar, philosophers, artists and a Jesuit priest. None of them could be called devotees; rather, they came to question, clarify and challenge, something which in his lifetime Krishnamurti had always urged his listeners and readers to do. Various subjects are explored in a series of dialogues between Krishnamurti and Iris Murdoch, David Bohm, Huston Smith, Jonas Salk and many others.

Published by KFI, 2005, ISBN: 9788187326212, 253 pages, paperback.

First published in 1996

Reflections on the Self

Reflections on the Self

Ref: 9780812693553


Price: 14.00 / 17.27

Compiled for university students and teachers of philosophy by Raymond Martin, then Professor of Philosophy at the University of Maryland, Reflections on the Self is composed of excerpts from Krishnamurti's writings and talks which are concerned with the nature of the emotions, the self and self-identification, inquiry and the pure observation which frees man psychologically.

Published by Open Court Publishing, 1997, ISBN: 9780812693553, 192 pages, paperback.

First published in 1997

Relationships: To Oneself, To Others, To the World

Relationships: To Oneself, To Others, To the World

Ref: 9781888004250


Price: 9.00 / 11.10

This book takes an in-depth look at the nature of relationship, beginning with person-to-person relationship and moving on to examine one's relationship with society, religion, governments, cultures, nature, the world as a whole and to the unknown. Krishnamurti: "So, as our problems are the result of the total process of ourselves, which is action in relationship, whether with things, ideas, or people, it is essential, is it not, that there should be understanding of ourselves."

Published by KFA, 2008, ISBN:1-888004-24-X, 272 pages, paperback.

First published in 2008

Revolution from Within, The - New Release (Book + DVD)

Revolution from Within, The - New Release (Book + DVD)

Ref: 9781935387053


Price: 10.00 / 12.33

In this series of talks, given in the U.S. and various cities throughout the world in the 1950s, Krishnamurti confronts the habitual, projection-making mind, which fails to see "what is", immersed as it is in belief and illusion. "What can bring about this radical change in our minds?" the author asks. His insightful answers invite his readers to question the basic assumptions that govern their lives. Other topics include: the process of change at all levels, self-awareness and freedom from slavery to the mind.

Published by Hohm Press, 2009, ISBN: 978-1-935387-05-3, 311 pages, paperback.

First published in 2009

Second Krishnamurti Reader, The

Second Krishnamurti Reader, The

Ref: 9780140192438


Price: 7.00 / 8.63

Incorporated in one volume are The Urgency of Change (first published in 1970) and The Only Revolution (first published in 1971), two of Krishnamurti's best-selling books.

Published by Penguin, ISBN: 9780140192438, 317 pages, paperback.

First published in 1973

Social Responsibility

Social Responsibility

Ref: 9788187326649


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Social reforms may be brought about through legislation or through tyranny, but unless the individual radically changes, he will always overcome the new pattern to suit his psychological demands-which is what is happening in the world.

It seems to me very important, then, to understand the total process of individuality, because it is only when the individual changes radically that there can be a fundamental revolution in society.

It is always the individual, never the group or the collective, that brings about a radical change in the world, and this again is historically so.

Now, can the individual, that is, you and I, change radically? This transformation of the individual-but not according to a pattern-is what we are concerned with, and to me it is the highest form of education. It is this transformation of the individual that constitutes religion. - J Krishnamurti

Talks with American Students

Talks with American Students

Ref: 9780877730210


Price: 6.00 / 7.40

These talks with students at American universities during a time of student revolt throughout the world, present Krishnamurti in all his intensity as he invites them to consider the deepest meaning of revolution and the need to change consciousness itself.

Published by Shambhala, 1988, ISBN: 9780877730210, 182 pages, paperback.

First published in 1970

Talks with Students - Varanasi 1954

Talks with Students - Varanasi 1954

Ref: 9788187326786


Price: 10.00 / 12.33

This book contains authentic reports of J. Krishnamurti’s talks and dialogues with students, held in Varanasi in January 1954. Fifteen of these talks were given at the Rajghat Besant School, which he had founded at the confluence of the Ganga and Varuna, and three at the Banaras Hindu University. During his annual visits to India, from the 1930s till the 1980s, Krishnamurti made it a point to spend a few weeks at the residential school and address the students, teachers, parents, and the public. He gave talks, answered questions, engaged his listeners in free-wheeling dialogues, and met people individually or in small groups. In all these, he shared with them his central vision that education should not be separated from life and that it must help the young and the old to understand not merely the outer world, but also the inner world of human consciousness.

Published by KFI, 2012, ISBN:9788187326786, 204 pages, paperback.


That Benediction is where you are

That Benediction is where you are

Ref: 978818732628X


Price: 5.00 / 6.17

The Last Bombay Talks 1985. That Benediction is where you are consists of the last series of four public talks that Krishnamurti gave in Bombay, in February 1985. The talks are remarkable for the unusual perspectives and nuances that Krishnamurti offers on the psychological issues he deals with.

Published by KFI, 2001, ISBN: 978818732628X, 80 pages, paperback.

First published in 2001

Think On These Things

Think On These Things

Ref: 9780060916091


Price: 8.00 / 9.87

Think on These Things has sold more than three million copies and has been printed worldwide in more than 22 languages. According to Krishnamurti, real culture is neither a matter of breeding nor of learning, nor of talent, nor even of genius, but is "the timeless movement to find happiness, God, truth." And, "when this movement is blocked by authority, by tradition, by fear, there is decay." This popular book comprises a series of talks and question and answer meetings with students and teachers at the Krishnamurti schools in India. Some of the questions: What is shyness? What is jealousy? What is happiness in life? What is sorrow?

Published by Harper & Row, 1964, ISBN: 9780060916091, 258 pages, paperback.

First published in 1964

This Light In Oneself

This Light In Oneself

Ref: 9781570624421


Price: 9.00 / 11.10

This compilation of previously unpublished material takes as its starting-point Krishnamurti's concern for a radical revolution in the brain. It comprises eighteen thematic chapters about true meditation and the silent mind.

Published by Shambhala, 1999, ISBN: 9781570624421, paperback.

First published in 1999

Timeless Spring, A

Timeless Spring, A

Ref: 9788187326093


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Krishnamurti at Rajghat. Talks to students, discussions with teachers and talks to the public

Published by KFI, 2001. ISBN: 9788187326093, 216 pages, paperback.

First published in 1993

To Be Human

To Be Human

Ref: 9781570625961


Price: 12.00 / 14.80

Editor David Skitt's Introduction to this volume points out Krishnamurti's relevance to the individual and the social issues of today's world. Using "The Core of the Teachings", an outline written by Krishnamurti, as the structure for the book, Skitt takes the major aspects of the teachings and gives extensive quotations from Krishnamurti to expand upon such themes as: Is there such a thing as truth apart from personal opinion? In observation one begins to discover the lack of freedom; The division between the observer and the observed is an illusion. To Be Human is a fresh, scholarly and lively compilation of Krishnamurti's teachings.

Published by Shambhala, ISBN: 9781570625961, paperback.

First published in 2000

Total Freedom:The Essential Krishnamurti

Total Freedom:
The Essential Krishnamurti

Ref: 9780060648800


Price: 11.00 / 13.57

The Introduction to this book by Allan W. Anderson, former Professor Emeritus of Religious Studies at San Diego State University, provides glimpses of the nature of Krishnamurti and the passion behind his teachings. The Foreword by Ralph Buultjens, Professor of Social Sciences, New York University, looking at Krishnamurti's possible impact, says: "If Krishnamurti's ideas become more widely accepted in the future, it will be ... because they speak intently to individuals disillusioned with all-knowing and socially transforming macro-ideologies." The four parts of the 370-page book are entitled: Early Works, Insights into Everyday Life, Life's Questions and You Are the World. They include selections from Krishnamurti's Journal and Krishnamurti to Himself and explore subjects such as: the basic problem of humanity; the core of Krishnamurti's teachings; and the relationship between Krishnamurti's teachings and truth.

Published by HarperSanFrancisco, 1996, ISBN: 9780060648800, 370 pages, paperback.

First published in 1996

Tradition and Revolution

Tradition and Revolution

Ref: 9788187326077


Price: 5.00 / 6.17

A series of dialogues between Krishnamurti and friends, trustees of the Foundation and educators and administrators from his schools in India, Tradition and Revolution looks at such topics as: The observer and "what is"; The matrix of tradition; and biological survival and intelligence. Throughout, Krishnamurti's concern is to lay bare the experiential component behind these terms and to lead his audience to the heart of the human problem.

Published by KFI, 1999, ISBN: 9788187326077, 254 pages, paperback.

First published in 1972

Transformation of Man, The (The Wholeness of Life)

Transformation of Man, The (The Wholeness of Life)

Ref: 9788187326601


Price: 9.00 / 11.10

This volume, divided into three parts, contains unusual aspects of Krishnamurti's teachings. The first section explores the reasons why mankind has lived for thousands of years in chaos and misery. In the second section of the book, Krishnamurti points out that the mind is almost unceasingly occupied with thinking so that it has lost touch with its original unconditioned freedom. The third section is concerned to answer the question: How is it possible to ascertain truth and to know whether Krishnamurti's teachings are true?

Published by KFI, 2004, ISBN: 9788187326601, 256 pages, paperback.

First published in 1975

Truth and Actuality

Truth and Actuality

Ref: 9788187326182


Price: 7.00 / 8.63

The book opens with three discussions taken from a longer series with well-known physicist David Bohm. In the main part of the book, Krishnamurti considers how man's consciousness has misconceptions about the "me", or the ego. Krishnamurti says, "You cannot go through reality to come to truth; you must understand the limitation of reality, which is the whole process of thought."

Published by KFI, 2000, ISBN: 9788187326182, 171 pages, paperback.

First published in 1977

Understanding Ourselves

Understanding Ourselves

Ref: 9780900506147


Price: 5.00 / 6.17

Krishnamurti gave these talks to large audiences at Brockwood Park in the first year of the school's existence. He examines love and inquires into this extraordinary element of life, stating that the most fundamental questions in life are, "what is living; what is love; what is death?" He says these questions "are not to be answered by someone else telling you what they are, for in that there is no freedom." This new edition includes a discussion with visitors and Mary Zimbalist and Mary Cadogan, two of the trustees of Krishnamurti Foundation Trust. Their discussion describes Krishnamurti's approach to starting the school and his deep, continuing involvement in it.

Published by KFT, 2000, ISBN: 9780900506147, 126 pages, paperback.

First published in 1999

Washington D.C. Talks 1985

Washington D.C. Talks 1985

Ref: 9789062717713


Price: 6.00 / 7.40

In April 1985 Krishnamurti gave two talks in Washington D.C., covering the whole essence of his teachings. The hall was filled to capacity for both talks and, as usual, he spoke with no notes and did not have a speech prepared or memorized.

Published by Mirananda , 1988, ISBN: 9789062717713, 50 pages, paperback.

First published in 1986

What Are You Doing With Your Life?

What Are You Doing With Your Life?

Ref: 9781888004243


Price: 9.00 / 11.10

Dale Carlson, an award-winning author, writing prolifically about the psychological problems facing teens in today's world, has selected passages from Krishnamurti's work that enable teens to explore some of the most pertinent issues in their lives.

Published by KFA, 2001, ISBN: 1-888004-25-8, 224 pages, paperback.

First published in 2001

Where Can Peace be Found?

Where Can Peace be Found?

Ref: 9781590308783


Price: 12.00 / 14.80

Here, Krishnamurti teaches that the war and destruction human beings wreak on each other and the environment are caused by our misplaced attachment to a sense of self and individuality that leads to aggression, competition, greed and conflict. When we recognize that our consciousness is not individual but common to all humans, we can work together in a spirit of cooperation and compassion. Krishnamurti shows that taking personal responsibility for our actions and reactions -in our relationships and in our lives -is the necessary first step toward a global view.

Published by Shambala, ISBN: 9781590308783, 111 pages, paperback.

First published in 2011


Wholly Different Way of Living, A

Wholly Different Way of Living, A

Ref: 978818732614X


Price: 11.00 / 13.57

Back in print

At a time of unprecedented outer change in the political and social spheres, is there a fundamental inner change that is demanded of each one of us? In the eighteen dialogues with Professor Allan W Anderson, Emeritus Professor of Religious Studies at San Diego State University, J.Krishnamurti indicates that pinning our hopes on organized religion, science, political ideology or the market economy not only fails to address basic human problem but actually creates them.

The way out of our difficulties, Krishnamurti states, can only start in the mind of each one of us, in an awareness of the way we actually perceive life, ourselves and others. Professor Anderson, throughout these dialogues, refers to many passages of Westeren and Eastern religious scriptures that he believes have been misunderstood and which in fact support Krishnamurti’s statements. The dialogues reproduced in an edited and slightly abridged version in this book, took place at San Diego State University from 18 to 28 February 1974.

Published by KFI, 2006, ISBN 978818732614X, 269 pages, paperback.

First published in 1991


 Whole Movement of Life is Learning, The

Whole Movement of Life is Learning, The

Ref: 9789090050607


Price: 8.00 / 9.87

This new edition of J Krishnamurti's Letters to the Schools combines the letters originally published in Volume I (1981) and Volume II (1985) with seventeen previously unpublished letters from earlier years.In the first of the letters Krishnamurti said: "These letters are not meant to be read casually when you have a little time from other things, nor are they to be treated as entertainment. These letters are written seriously and, if you care to read them, read them with intent to study what is said as you would study a flower by looking at the flower very carefully-its petals, its stem, its colours, its fragrance and its beauty. These letters should be studied in the same manner, not read one morning and forgotten in the rest of the day. One must give time to it, play with it, question it, inquire into it without acceptance. Live with it for some time, digest it so that it is yours and not the writer's''.

Published by KFI. ISBN: 9789090050607, 262 pages, paperback.

First published in 2006

 Why Are You Being Educated?

Why Are You Being Educated?

Ref: 9788187326395


Price: 4.50 / 5.55

The book consists of six talks that J. Krishnamurti gave at Indian universities and the Indian Institutes of Technology between 1969 and 1984. Krishnamurti's chief concern here is to awaken students to the fact that the pursuit of knowledge does not liberate man from his ignorance of himself. While knowledge is indispensable, it also creates the illusion that we have the intelligence to meet the challenges of life. This makes us neglect the vast and subtle field of the human psyche. This perspective comes through clearly in these talks, which therefore have significance not just for the young but also for parents, teachers and all those interested in the deeper issues of life.

Published by KFI, 2002. ISBN: 9788187326395, 132 pages, paperback.

First published in 2002

World of Peace, The  (Welt Des Friedens)

World of Peace, The (Welt Des Friedens)

Ref: WOP


Price: 5.00 / 6.17

The book is in English and in German.

Compilations of meetings at Brockwood Park.

Published by jardrny 1985

You Are the World

You Are the World

Ref: 9788187326026


Price: 5.50 / 6.78

This volume consists of talks Krishnamurti gave at four well-known California universities. Sensing the urge for freedom in his audience, he directs their attention away from superficial change, while at the same time challenging the Western dialectical tradition and emphasizing that inward revolution can only come about when we see that we are the world. He asks us to use his words as a mirror to look at ourselves as we actually are and to see the totality of existence.

Published by KFI, ISBN: 9788187326026, 163 pages, paperback.

First published in 1972

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