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Mind Without Measure (Ocurrences: 110)
Also we should discuss the nature of intelligence. Compassion has its own intelligence, love has its own intelligence. We are going to enquire into what is intelligence....
Talks in Europe 1967 (Ocurrences: 73)
So is it possible for me and for you, as human beings living in this world, to look at the totality, not at the fragments? How does one look? The act of looking - not at...
Tradition and Revolution (Ocurrences: 69)
What am I doing? I love nature. I commit myself to the world of nature, to the family and to an idea that we must all work together, for an end. What is happening, what am...
Talks and Dialogues Saanen 1967 (Ocurrences: 65)
I desire contradictory things. Desire itself is always in contradiction; which doesn't mean that I must destroy desire - suppress is, control it, sublimate it. I see that...
Letters to the Schools Vol. 1 (Ocurrences: 59)
When one understands the whole nature and movement of the intellect and thought, we can begin to investigate what is intelligence. Intelligence is the capacity to perceive...
Exploration into Insight (Ocurrences: 55)
P: What one does in observing is a different issue. We are talking of that nature of energy which brings about the momentum. Now I am saying the momentum is the very nature...
(Ocurrences: 50)
When there is not beauty in the heart we go to museums and concerts, we visit and marvel at the beauty of an ancient Greek temple with its lovely columns, its proportions...
Talks and Dialogues Saanen 1968 (Ocurrences: 50)
When there is not beauty in the heart we go to museums and concerts, we visit and marvel at the beauty of an ancient Greek temple with its lovely columns, its proportions...
Krishnamurti to Himself (Ocurrences: 45)
It is odd that we have so little relationship with nature, with the insects and the leaping frog and the owl that hoots among the hills calling for its mate. We never seem...
Talks in Europe 1968 (Ocurrences: 29)
I wonder if you ask these questions of yourself when you look at those chestnut trees with their blooms like white candles against the blue sky. What relationship exists...
Letters to the Schools Vol. 2 (Ocurrences: 29)
What is nature? There is a great deal of talk and endeavour to protect nature, the animals, the birds, the whales and dolphins, to clean the polluted rivers, the lakes, the...
Last Talks at Saanen 1985 (Ocurrences: 27)
So, we have to enquire very, very deeply into the nature of time, which we did during the last few talks. We also went very deeply into the nature of thinking. Can all that...
Wholeness of Life, The (Ocurrences: 26)
K: Imagination. Can we say that whatever thought has put together is reality? The chair, the table, all these electric lights, nature - thought hasn't created nature but...
Questions and Answers (Ocurrences: 25)
Then what is insight? It is: to perceive something instantly, which must be true, logical, sane, rational. Insight must act instantly. It is not that one has an insight and...
BO79T3 (Ocurrences: 25)
From that desire arises the acceptance of authority who will tell you what to do, because you feel you can't think so clearly as your guru or your leader or your boss, so...
Jan 28th 1979
Krishnamurti on Education (Ocurrences: 23)
You know, you live in one of the most beautiful valleys I have seen. It has a special atmosphere. Have you noticed, especially in the evenings and early mornings, a quality...
SA77D4 (Ocurrences: 23)
Q: OK. In that total awareness that you have spoken about where there is love, etc., in regard to that, what is nature, what is our perception of nature, what does nature...
Jul 30th 1977
Wholeness of Life, The (Ocurrences: 21)
And we are asking what is the nature of will and why is it that human beings depend on that capacity, and give such importance to the man who has strong will? So we are going...
Jul 24th 1977
Roots of Psychological Disorder (Ocurrences: 20)
Rupert Sheldrake: Sorry, it seems to me that the context is even broader than that of psychology, because in the world we have all sorts of things which are not human beings...
Apr 16th 1982
Exploration into Insight (Ocurrences: 19)
PJ: But that is only nature. These others...
Jan 29th 1973