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Krishnamurti on the Mind

Krishnamurti on the Mind

January 12, 2022

‘A religious mind never thinks in terms of growth and evolution. It is always jumping out of time.’

This week’s episode on The Mind has five sections.

The first extract (2:36) is from the tenth talk in London 1961, titled ‘The shallow mind’.

The second extract (16:26) is from the fourth talk at Brockwood Park in 1980, titled ‘Why is the mind caught in time?’

The third extract (38:28) is from Krishnamurti’s eighth talk in Madras 1961, titled ‘The scientific mind and the religious mind’.

The fourth extract (1:02:12) is from Krishnamurti’s seventh talk in Saanen 1971, titled ‘A mind in harmony’.

The final extract (1:15:00) this in this episode is from the fourth talk in Madras 1974, titled ‘A mind with enormous space’.

Season three of the Krishnamurti podcast continues with the format of carefully chosen extracts from the archives of philosopher’s talks. Each weekly episode focusses on a theme explored by Krishnamurti and the aim is to represent his different approaches to these universal topics.

This is a podcast from Krishnamurti Foundation Trust. Please visit our website at kfoundation.org, where you can find a growing collection of in-depth articles on Krishnamurti’s teachings, along with key topics and a wide selection of quotes. Our online store stocks all available Krishnamurti books and ships worldwide.

You can also find our daily quotes and videos on Instagram and Facebook at Krishnamurti Foundation Trust.

If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts or iTunes, which helps its visibility.

Krishnamurti on Values

Krishnamurti on Values

January 5, 2022

‘Is there action that is correct under all circumstances, not based on values?’

This week’s episode on Values has three sections.

The first extract (2:35) is from Krishnamurti’s first talk at Rajghat 1969, titled ‘Question your values and traditions’.

The second extract (30:20) is from the third talk in Saanen 1980, titled ‘Our actions are based on values.’

The final extract (56:42) in this episode is from Krishnamurti’s third talk in Ojai 1949, titled ‘We have taken our values and beliefs for granted’.

Season three of the Krishnamurti podcast continues with the format of carefully chosen extracts from the philosopher’s talks. Each weekly episode focusses on a theme explored by Krishnamurti and the aim is to represent his different approaches to these universal topics.

This is a podcast from Krishnamurti Foundation Trust, based at Brockwood Park in the UK, which is also home to the Krishnamurti Retreat Centre. Situated in the beautiful countryside of the South Downs National Park, the Krishnamurti Centre offers quiet retreats for those wishing to inquire into themselves, in light of Krishnamurti’s teachings. Please visit krishnamurticentre.org.uk for more information.

You can also find our daily quotes and videos on Instagram and Facebook at Krishnamurti Foundation Trust.

If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes or Apple Podcasts, which helps its visibility.

Krishnamurti on Pleasure

Krishnamurti on Pleasure

December 29, 2021

‘At the moment of perception there is no pleasure. There is only perception.’

This week’s episode on Pleasure has five sections.

The first extract (2:23) is from Krishnamurti’s fourth talk in Saanen 1973, titled ‘Is pleasure the meaning of life?’

The second extract (21:32) is from the second talk at Brockwood Park 1976, titled ‘Continuance of pleasure’.

The third extract (31:58) is from Krishnamurti’s fifth talk in Saanen 1975, titled ‘Thought pursues pleasure.’

The fourth extract (51:24) is from the second talk at Brockwood Park in 1978, titled ‘Is it possible not to register pleasure?’.

The final extract (58:42) this in this episode is from Krishnamurti’s fifth talk in Saanen 1970, titled ‘A life of ecstasy in which pleasure doesn’t enter’.

Season three of the Krishnamurti podcast continues with the format of carefully chosen extracts from the philosopher’s talks. Each weekly episode focusses on a theme explored by Krishnamurti and the aim is to represent his different approaches to these universal topics.

This is a podcast from Krishnamurti Foundation Trust. Please visit our official YouTube channels for hundreds of advert-free video and audio recordings of Krishnamurti’s talks and clips.

You can also find our daily quotes and videos on Instagram and Facebook at Krishnamurti Foundation Trust.

If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes or Apple Podcasts, which helps our visibility.

Krishnamurti on Dependence

Krishnamurti on Dependence

December 22, 2021

‘Seeing the whole structure and nature of dependence and how it makes the mind stupid, dull, and inactive, seeing of the totality of it, frees the mind.’

This week’s episode on Dependence has five sections.

The first extract (2:46) is from Krishnamurti’s second talk in Saanen 1967, titled ‘We all depend on something.’

The second extract (27:40) is from the second question and answer meeting in Saanen 1980, titled ‘Dependence in relationship.’

The third extract (44:58) is from the second question and answer meeting at Brockwood Park in 1985, titled ‘Where do we draw the line of dependency?’

The fourth extract (53:56) is from the second question and answer meeting at Brockwood Park in 1980, titled ‘Depending on others to understand.’

The final extract (59:59) in this episode is from the second question and answer meeting in Madras 1985, titled ‘Independence is necessary.’

Season three of the Krishnamurti podcast continues with the format of extracts carefully chosen from the philosopher’s talks. Each weekly episode focusses on a theme explored by Krishnamurti and the aim is to represent his different approaches to these universal topics.

This is a podcast from Krishnamurti Foundation Trust, based at Brockwood Park in Hampshire, UK. Brockwood is also home to Brockwood Park School, an international boarding school offering a personalised holistic education for around 70 students. It is deeply inspired by Krishnamurti’s teaching, which encourages academic excellence, self-understanding, creativity and integrity. Please visit brockwood.org.uk for more information.

You can also find our daily quotes and videos on Instagram and Facebook at Krishnamurti Foundation Trust.

If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes or Apple Podcasts, which helps its visibility.

Krishnamurti on Mutation

Krishnamurti on Mutation

December 15, 2021

'There must be a revolutionary change, a complete mutation at the very root of our being, otherwise our problems, both economic and social, will inevitably increase.'

This week’s episode on Mutation has five sections.

The first extract (2:40) is from the fourth talk in Saanen 1964, titled ‘There must be a mutation and it must take place now’.

The second extract (28:59) is from Krishnamurti’s fifth talk in Saanen 1983, titled ‘What is going to happen to the human brain?’

The third extract (50:14) is from the third talk in New Delhi 1966, titled ‘How do we bring about a mutation?’

The fourth extract (55:25) is from the second question and answer meeting in Saanen 1983, titled ‘With perception there is a mutation’.

The final extract in this episode (1:05:29) is from Krishnamurti’s tenth talk in Saanen 1963, titled ‘Out of mutation there is action’.

Season three of the Krishnamurti podcast continues with the format of carefully chosen extracts from the archives of philosopher’s talks. Each weekly episode focusses on a theme explored by Krishnamurti and the aim is to represent his different approaches to these universal topics.

This is a podcast from Krishnamurti Foundation Trust. Please visit our website at kfoundation.org, where you can find a growing collection of in-depth articles on Krishnamurti’s teachings, along with key topics and a wide selection of quotes. Our online store stocks all available Krishnamurti books and ships worldwide.

You can also find our daily quotes and videos on Instagram and Facebook at Krishnamurti Foundation Trust.

If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts or iTunes, which helps its visibility.

Krishnamurti on Energy

Krishnamurti on Energy

December 8, 2021

'The most creative energy has no identification; it comes with freedom, and that energy is creation.'

This week’s episode on Energy has six sections.

The first extract (2:35) is from Krishnamurti’s second talk in Madras 1986, titled ‘What is energy?’

The second extract (16:19) is from the second question and answer meeting in Ojai 1983, titled ‘How do we waste energy?’

The third extract (26:46) is from Krishnamurti’s fourth talk at Brockwood Park in 1974, titled ‘An energy that resolves our problems’.

The fourth extract (38:39) is from the seventh talk in Saanen 1975, titled ‘Is there an energy that brings unity?’

The fifth extract (56:07) is from Krishnamurti’s eighth talk in New Delhi 1962, titled ‘An incorruptible energy’.

The final extract in this episode (1:06:59) is from a direct recording by Krishnamurti in 1984, titled ‘Silence builds up great energy’. This is an exclusive to this podcast, having not been previously released.

Season three of the Krishnamurti podcast continues with the format of carefully chosen extracts from the philosopher’s talks. Each weekly episode focusses on a theme explored by Krishnamurti and the aim is to represent his different approaches to these universal topics.

This is a podcast from Krishnamurti Foundation Trust, based at Brockwood Park in the UK, which is also home to the Krishnamurti Retreat Centre. Situated in the beautiful countryside of the South Downs National Park, the Krishnamurti Centre offers quiet retreats for those wishing to inquire into themselves, in light of Krishnamurti’s teachings. Please visit krishnamurticentre.org.uk for more information.

You can also find our daily quotes and videos on Instagram and Facebook at Krishnamurti Foundation Trust.

If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes or Apple Podcasts, which helps its visibility.

Krishnamurti on Dialogue

Krishnamurti on Dialogue

December 1, 2021

'If a question is left in the air, it is like a rose bud that gradually unfolds to show its nature and depth; it has its own vitality, energy and drive. That is a dialogue, not just accepting or rejecting what the other is saying.'

This week’s episode on Dialogue has five sections.

The first extract (2:34) is from the first discussion in Saanen 1976, titled ‘What does a dialogue imply?’

The second extract (6:15) is from the third discussion in Saanen 1979, titled ‘Good relationship in dialogue’.

The third extract (9:18) is from Krishnamurti’s third talk in Bombay 1978, titled ‘Don’t get caught in words’.

The fourth extract (15:34) is from the fourth talk in Bombay 1984, titled ‘In dialogue you and I disappear and only the question remains’.

The final extract in this episode (21:18) is from the first discussion at Brockwood Park in 1977, titled ‘A dialogue with oneself’.

Season three of the Krishnamurti podcast continues with the format of carefully chosen extracts from the philosopher’s talks. Each weekly episode focusses on a theme explored by Krishnamurti and the aim is to represent his different approaches to these universal topics.

This is a podcast from Krishnamurti Foundation Trust. Please visit our official YouTube channels for hundreds of advert-free video and audio recordings of Krishnamurti’s talks and clips.

You can also find our daily quotes and videos on Instagram and Facebook at Krishnamurti Foundation Trust.

If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes or Apple Podcasts, which helps our visibility.

Krishnamurti on Sorrow

Krishnamurti on Sorrow

November 24, 2021

‘What is sorrow? Why does one suffer? Will the discovery of the cause of suffering end suffering?’

This week’s episode on Sorrow has three sections.

This first extract (2:58) is from Krishnamurti’s fifth talk in Saanen 1972, titled ‘What is sorrow?’

The second extract (33:23) is from the first question and answer meeting at Brockwood Park in 1980, titled ‘Is suffering necessary?’

The final extract (53:44) in this episode is from Krishnamurti’s third talk in Ojai 1985, titled ‘There can be no sorrow with love’.

Season three of the Krishnamurti podcast continues with the format of extracts carefully chosen from the philosopher’s talks. Each weekly episode focusses on a theme explored by Krishnamurti and the aim is to represent his different approaches to these universal topics.

This is a podcast from Krishnamurti Foundation Trust, based at Brockwood Park in Hampshire, UK. Brockwood is also home to Brockwood Park School, an international boarding school offering a personalised holistic education for around 70 students. It is deeply inspired by Krishnamurti’s teaching, which encourages academic excellence, self-understanding, creativity and integrity. Please visit brockwood.org.uk for more information.

You can also find our daily quotes and videos on Instagram and Facebook at Krishnamurti Foundation Trust.

If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes or Apple Podcasts, which helps its visibility.

Krishnamurti on The Arts of Looking, Listening and Learning

Krishnamurti on The Arts of Looking, Listening and Learning

November 17, 2021

‘The real meaning of the word 'art' is to put everything in its right place, so that the mind is liberated.’

This week’s episode on The Arts of Looking, Listening and Learning has five sections.

The first extract (2:46) is from the fourth talk in Ojai 1977, titled ‘In the art of listening there is freedom’.

The second extract (11:07) is from Krishnamurti’s sixth talk in Madras 1978, titled ‘There is a great miracle in listening’.

The third extract (17:19) is from the second talk in Colombo 1980, titled ‘Listening to the story of mankind’.

The fourth extract (38:02) is from Krishnamurti’s second talk in Bombay 1978, titled ‘The art of seeing.’

The final extract in this episode (49:50) is from the tenth talk in Saanen 1966, titled ‘The meaning of existence can only be discovered in seeing and listening.

Season three of the Krishnamurti podcast continues with the format of carefully chosen extracts from the philosopher’s talks. Each weekly episode focusses on a theme explored by Krishnamurti and the aim is to represent his different approaches to these universal topics.

This is a podcast from Krishnamurti Foundation Trust. Please visit our website at kfoundation.org, where you can find a growing collection of in-depth articles on Krishnamurti’s teachings, along with key topics and a wide selection of quotes. Our online store stocks all available Krishnamurti books and ships worldwide.

You can also find our daily quotes and videos on Instagram and Facebook at Krishnamurti Foundation Trust.

If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a review on Apple Podcasts or iTunes, which helps its visibility.

Krishnamurti on Experience

Krishnamurti on Experience

November 10, 2021

‘Experiences are always in the past, never at the moment, and any experience you have is recognisable, otherwise it is not an experience.’

This week’s episode on Experience has two sections.

The first extract (2:49) is from Krishnamurti’s fifth talk in New York 1966, titled ‘Can experience bring about transformation?’.

The second and final extract in this episode (54:42) is from the first question and answer meeting at Brockwood Park in 1985, titled ‘Is there experience without an experiencer?

Season three of the Krishnamurti podcast continues with the format of carefully chosen extracts from the philosopher’s talks. Each weekly episode focusses on a theme explored by Krishnamurti and the aim is to represent his different approaches to these universal topics.

This is a podcast from Krishnamurti Foundation Trust, based at Brockwood Park in the UK, which is also home to the Krishnamurti Retreat Centre. Situated in the beautiful countryside of the South Downs National Park, the Krishnamurti Centre offers quiet retreats for those wishing to inquire into themselves, in light of Krishnamurti’s teachings. Please visit krishnamurticentre.org.uk for more information.

You can also find our daily quotes and videos on Instagram and Facebook at Krishnamurti Foundation Trust.

If you enjoy the podcast, please leave a review on iTunes or Apple Podcasts, which helps its visibility.

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