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Freedom from the Known
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Freedom from the Known

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Drawn from a number of Krishnamurti’s talks and dialogues, Freedom From the Known explores many of the central themes of his teaching. The chapters include: Learning About Ourselves, Pursuit of Pleasure, Justification and Condemnation, and the Dissipation of Energy. Krishnamurti writes, "To understand and to be free of any problem we need a great deal of passionate and sustained energy, not only physical and intellectual energy but an energy that is not dependent on any motive, psychological stimulus or drug".

Published by HarperCollins, 1987, ISBN 9780060648084, 124 pages, paperback.

World Within, The
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World Within, The

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The World Within: You Are the Story of Humanity

During the Second World War (1939-1945) Krishnamurti did not speak publicly in the United States but lived quietly in Ojai, CA. People sought him out and came to dialogue with him on many issues of the times or their own personal dilemmas. Their problems were universal human problems and each made true his statement “You are the world”. As Krishnamurti unwound the tight threads of their thinking and feeling the core or source of a concern was revealed unadorned and without blame or guilt.

Krishnamurti’s recollection and documentation of these dialogues were gathered from his notebooks and compiled in this book.

Published by KFA, ISBN: 9781502928245, 234 pages, paperback

First bublished in 2014

Discover the Immeasurable
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Discover the Immeasurable

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Discover the Immeasureable contains a series of six lectures given by J. Krishnamurti in the Fall of 1956. It includes the original questions from his listeners, together with his insightful and practical answers. These lectures, as all of the great philosopher's work, are based on the need for radical change in understanding our own minds.

Published by HOHM Press, 2014, ISBN 9781935387565, 89 pages, paperback.

Reflections on the Self (New Edition)
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Reflections on the Self (New Edition)

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Reflections on the Self, edited by Raymond Martin, former professor of philosophy at the University of Maryland, contains excerpts from J. Krishnamurti's writings and talks on the nature of human emotions, the self and self-identification, inquiry and the pure observation which frees human beings psychologically.

Published by KFI Publications, 2014, ISBN 9788187326823, 212 pages, paperback.


Ending of Time, The (New Edition)
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Ending of Time, The (New Edition)

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Of the many dialogues held between Professor David Bohm and Krishnamurti, this series of fifteen 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 HarperOne, 2014, ISBN: 9780062360977, 484 pages, paperback.

First published in 1985

Flight of the Eagle, The (New Edition)
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Flight of the Eagle, The (New Edition)

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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

Talks with Students - Varanasi 1954
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Talks with Students - Varanasi 1954

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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.


On Living and Dying
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On Living and Dying

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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

Impossible Question, The
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Impossible Question, The

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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


Educating the Educator
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Educating the Educator

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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

First and Last Freedom, The (New Edition)
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First and Last Freedom, The (New Edition)

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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

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