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Books (KFI Publications)

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A Flame of Learning

a flame of learningMany educators and parents have found J. Krishnamurti's insight into the human condition and the nature of learning specially relevant to the education of children. For them and for others who wish to live sanely and wisely in a world of growing confusion, and who wish their children to do the same, this book will be a valued addition to his previous works.


A Timeless Spring: Krishnamurti at Rajghat

a timeless springThe book is a historical record of Krishnamurti's relationship to Rajghat on the banks of the Ganges in Varanasi; it was a place where he founded a school and came every winter till his death in 1986. Rajghat's classical past, its philosophical and religious traditions, its extreme conservatism, the beauty of the countryside and the poverty of its villagers form the background against which Krishnamurti spoke - to students, teachers and to the public. 


A Wholly Different Way of Living

a wholly different way of livingAt a time of unprecedented outer change in the political and social spheres, is there a fundamental inner change that is demanded of each one of us? In the eighteen dialogues with Professor Allan W Anderson, Emeritus Professor of Religious Studies at San Diego State University, J.Krishnamurti indicates that pinning our hopes on organized religion, science, political ideology or the market economy not only fails to address basic human problem but actually creates them.


As One Is

as one isIn this series of eight talks, given in Ojai, California in 1955, Krishnamurti confronts the confusion, habits, and assumptions of the human mind, and claims these lie at the root of all violence and suffering in the world. While these reflections were offered over fifty years ago, their meaning is as fresh and as relevant heard today. 


Awakening of Intelligence, The

the_awakening_of_intelligenceThis comprehensive record of J. Krishnamurti’s teachings is an excellent, wide-ranging introduction to the insights of the great philosopher and religious teacher. Apart from existential issues such as violence, insecurity, conflict, pleasure, fear,  and suffering, Krishnamurti examines larger but related questions, such as the role of the guru (with Professor Jacob Needleman); the traditional methods prescribed by Vedanta (with Swami Venkatesananda); the problem of good and evil (with Alain Naude′); and the relationship between thought and intelligence (with Dr David Bohm). First published in 1973, this book contains, apart from Krishnamurti’s public talks and answers to questions from the audience, his incisive dialogues with some of the eminent minds of his time.


Beyond Violence

beyond violenceViolence, Krishnamurti says, 'is like a stone dropped in a lake: the waves spread and spread; at the centre is the "me". As long as the "me" survives in any form, very subtly or grossly, there must be violence.' The book contains authentic reports of talks and discussions in 1970 in Santa Monica, San Diego, London, Brockwood Park (England) and Rome.