Indian spirituality : Jiddu Krishnamurti

Brahmin. India.

“Why do you want to read others’ books when there is the book of yourself ?”

This is one of the many sayings of Jiddu Krishnamurti, an indian thinker who lived in the 20° century. Promoting an alternative education, free from any authority, he hoped to liberate the people from all the systems, from ideologies as well as organized religions. His message is one of total understanding and total love.

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One Response to Indian spirituality : Jiddu Krishnamurti

  1. María Adoración García López says:

    DOS DEFINICIONES DE MENTE
    “Mente no es solamente el resultado de la interacción del organismo con el ambiente, desde el útero hasta la muerte, sino también el reflejo de la organización básica del universo: la holokinesis, que desde el orden implícito del cosmos, se explicita como materia, mente y energía cósmicos”.

    Dr. Rubén Feldman González.
    Iniciador de la Psicología Holokinética.
    Candidato al Premio Nobel de la Paz

    http://www.percepcionunitaria.org

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