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The Consolation of Theosophy Leadbeater was also instrumental in engineering the Theosophical Society’s greatest and most ironic success, the grooming and selling of Jiddu Krishnamurti, the “World Teacher”—supposedly an incarnation of Maitreya, the Messianic Buddha—to a holiness- parched international public. Washington leaves us to surmise whether Leadbeater’s quasi-abduction in 1909 of this fourteen-year-old son of

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J. Krishnamurti 0 (0)


‘Total negation is the essence of the positive. When there is negation of all those things that thought has brought about psychologically, only then is there love, which is compassion and intelligence.’

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I discovered for myself and by myself that there is no self to realize. That's the realization I am talking about   DocDee channeling UG as the narrator His view of the relationship with Jay  You are the only medium through which I can express myself." I have no teaching. There is nothing to

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Jiddu Krishnamurti Socrates:Plato::J::UG I maintain that truth is a pathless land, and you cannot approach it by any path whatsoever, by any religion, by any sect. That is my point of view, and I adhere to that absolutely and unconditionally. Truth, being limitless, unconditioned, unapproachable by any path whatsoever, cannot be organized; nor should any

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[otw_is sidebar=otw-sidebar-3]   Mindfulness as a modern, western practice is founded on modern[note 6] vipassana, and the training of sati, which means "moment to moment awareness of present events", but also "remembering to be aware of something".[68] It leads to insight into the true nature of reality,[36][69][not in citation given] namely the three marks of

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  U.G. Krishnamurti regularly attended talks given by J. Krishnamurti in Madras, India, eventually beginning a direct dialogue with him in 1953. U. G. Krishnamurti related that the two had almost daily discussions for a while, which he asserted were not providing satisfactory answers to his questions. Finally, their meetings came to a halt. He described part

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