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That Benediction is Where You Are

that_benediction_is_where_you_areThis book consists of the last series of four public talks that Krishnamurti gave in Bombay, in February 1985. The talks are remarkable for the unusual perspectives and nuances that Krishnamurti offers on the psychological issues he deals with.


The Definitive Education Pack

the definitive education packThe Definitive Education Pack consists of:

  • three books - Life Ahead, Krishnamurti on Education and Why are you being Educated
  • an MP3 of Education and Challanges of Life
  • Bookmarks


The First and Last Freedom

the first and last freedomThe First and Last Freedom was first brought out in 1954 by a British publisher in response to demands from all over the world for a comprehensive book on Krishnamurti’s teachings. The value of the book was enhanced with Aldous Huxley writing a masterly Foreword, in which he says: ‘In this volume of selections from the writings and recorded talks of Krishnamurti, the reader will find a clear contemporary statement of the fundamental human problem, together with an invitation to solve it in the only way in which it can be solved - for and by himself.’


The Flame of Attention

the flame of attention

What is it that is hurt? It is the image that one has built about oneself. If one were to be totally free of all images, then there would be no hurt, no flattery. So we are asking whether this image built from childhood, put together by thought, a structure of reactions, a process of remembrances—long, deep, abiding incidents, hurts, pain—can end completely. 


The Impossible Question

the impossible question

We never put the impossible question. We are always putting the question of what is possible. If you put an impossible question, your mind then has to find the answer in terms of the impossible, not of what is possible. All the great scientific discoveries are based on this—the impossible.


The Life and Death of Krishnamurti

the life and death of krishnamurtiWith Krishnamurti’s death in 1986, aged 90, Mary Lutyens was able to complete her perceptive books on this extraordinary man. Only now has she been able, in this one-volume biography, to bring his life into true perspective. It is a brief but absorbing account of Krishnamurti’s life, and in it she seeks to understand his death (and Death itself) in terms of his own words on the subject.