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In the problem is the solution

in_the_problem_is_the_solutionIn the problem is the solution consists of the fourteen Question and Answer Meetings that J. Krishnamurti (1895-1986) held in India between 1981 and 1985 in Madras, Bombay, and Varanasi.


Krishnamurti for Beginners

krishnamurti for beginnersThe best introduction to Krishnamurti is Krishnamurti himself—his books, video and audio recordings—and not interpreters and commentators. It is in this spirit that this book is being presented.


Krishnamurti On Education

on educationThis book is the outcome of talks and discussions held by J Krishnamurti with the students and teachers of Rishi Valley School in Andhra Pradesh and Rajghat Besant School in Varanasi. Krishnamurti regards education as of prime significance in the communication of that which is central to the transformation of the human mind and the creation of a new culture. As the topics in these stimulating talks and discussions reveal, he questions the very roots of our culture so that a comprehensive view on education emerges.


Krishnamurti to Himself: His Last Journal

krishnamurti to himself

This book is unique in that it is the only one of Krishnamurti’s publications which records words spoken into a tape-recorder. The reader gets very close to Krishnamurti in these pieces, almost it seems at moments, into his very consciousness.  In a few of them he introduces an imaginary visitor who comes to question him.


Krishnamurti's Journal

krishnamurtis_journalThis book can be regarded as a companion volume to Krishnamurti’s Notebook and Krishnamurti to Himself.

In September 1973 Krishnamurti suddenly started keeping a journal. He made daily entries in a notebook, first while staying at Brockwood Park in Hampshire, England, and then in Rome and California. 


Krishnamurti's Notebook

krishnamurtis_notebook"I wrote it (Krishnamurti’s Notebook) as a diary while I was traveling…but I did not write it for publication. I describe what I call the process-my sensation of being outside the ordinary world, of being completely at peace and removed from conflict. This happens only from time to time and clearly it is impossible to describe to anybody who has not experienced it."