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Education (Ocurrences: 41)
K: So I'm asking, we're asking each other, what is the quality of a mind that is no longer separative, that has understood the whole nature of individuality - right? - the...
Sep 17th 1979
Education (Ocurrences: 32)
So then what place has individuality? You follow? If I have discarded individuality as being not capable of bringing about right action, then when I realise that psychologically...
Sep 16th 1979
Collected Works Vol. 3 1936-1944 (Ocurrences: 13)
To understand this process of individuality there must be the urge to know, not to speculate, not to dream. This comprehension of the process of individuality is not to be...
Jul 25th 1936
Collected Works Vol. 3 1936-1944 (Ocurrences: 12)
This something that each one clings to is the consciousness of individuality. This consciousness is composed of many layers of memories which come into being, or remain present...
May 17th 1936
Verbatim Reports of Talks and Answers to Questions by Krishnamurti Ojai Camp 2 1934 (Ocurrences: 11)
This expression of creative intelligence is very rare, and though it has the appearance of individuality or separativeness, to me it is not individuality but intelligence...
Jun 24th 1934
Collected Works Vol. 3 1936-1944 (Ocurrences: 9)
I need not go into the many implications in the idea that man is merely a social entity. If you are interested you can see for yourself its significance, and if you accept...
Jun 01st 1936
To Be Human (Ocurrences: 9)
Krishnamurti: Could we investigate further? I think you were not here for the last two discussions. What we were saying was that there is actually no individuality at all...
Sep 18th 1979
On God (Ocurrences: 8)
Are you an individual? You may think you are an individual because you have your own house, your own name, your own family, your own bank account; you have the particular...
Jul 16th 1950
Verbatim Reports of Talks and Answers to Questions by Krishnamurti Auckland, New Zealand 1934 (Ocurrences: 8)
So these false environments create friction in the mind, and mind identifies itself with that conflict, identifies itself as Mr. X. And then the question arises, ''What happens...
Apr 06th 1934
Talks by Krishnamurti in India 1956-1957 (Verbatim Report) New Delhi, Madras, Bombay (Ocurrences: 7)
Most of us are the result of the collective. There is no individual thinking. I am not using the word individual in opposition to the collective. I think individuality is...
Dec 19th 1956
Talks by Krishnamurti in India 1955-1956 (Verbatim Report) Banaras, Madras, Madanapalle, Bombay (Ocurrences: 6)
Now, as long as we are seeking power in any direction, real individuality is crushed out - not only our own individuality, but that of others. I think this is a basic psychological...
Mar 25th 1956
On Conflict (Ocurrences: 6)
Now, to act, obviously there must be true individuality, but though we have separate bodies, we are actually not individuals at all - psychologically we are not separate...
Feb 19th 1950
Verbatim Reports of Talks and Answers to Questions by Krishnamurti Italy and Norway 1933 (Ocurrences: 5)
I shall put it differently. At present, man is but the emptiness of reaction, nothing more. He does not act from the fullness of his nature, from his completeness, from his...
Jul 08th 1933
Collected Works Vol. 2 1934-1935 (Ocurrences: 5)
Now I am going to put very succinctly what to me is individuality. I am not going to use psychological phrases or a complicated jargon. I shall use ordinary words with their...
Jul 22nd 1935
Verbatim Reports of Talks and Answers to Questions by Krishnamurti Italy and Norway 1933 (Ocurrences: 5)
But - and I hope you understand this - that living reality, that totality, expresses itself in the action of individuality. I have explained what I mean by individuality...
Jul 02nd 1933
Ending of Time, The (Ocurrences: 5)
DB: It might be worth discussing that. Why is psychological time the game illusion, the same structure as individuality? Individuality is the sense of being a person who...
Path and the Pathless, The (Ocurrences: 4)
So, it is important, surely, to understand that reality or God or what you will is not to be found through any particular path. The Hindus have very cleverly divided human...
Aug 06th 1949
On God (Ocurrences: 4)
To belong to either of the two opposing groups of thought I have mentioned will only lead ultimately to greater confusion and misery. All opposites impede discernment. To...
Jun 12th 1936
To Be Human (Ocurrences: 4)
Sir, what is individuality? It is something which must be totally unique. But we are not unique. When you call yourself a Hindu, a Muslim, a communist, you are just repeating...
Feb 14th 1954
Collected Works Vol. 3 1936-1944 (Ocurrences: 4)
From what source do our daily activities spring? What is the basis of our moral and religious thought? If we examine ourselves deeply, comprehensively, we will see that many...
Jul 27th 1936