J. Krishnamurti

The ability to observe without evaluating is the highest form of intelligence.

Teachings by J. Krishnamurti

What J. Krishnamurti called “meditation” was not something learned or conditioned. It requires an inner revolution which cannot be learned from external authority, be it religious, political, or social. Real truth is a pathless land.

The mind that has put its house in order is silent. That silence has no cause and, there-fore, has no end. Only that which has a cause can end. That silence, which has no ending, is absolutely necessary, because it is only in that silence that there is no movement of thought. It is only in that silence that which is sacred, that which is name-less and that which is not measurable by thought, is — and that which is, is the most sacred. That is Meditation” – J. Krishnamurti

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