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Attention Implies the Total Abandonment of the ‘Me' - Santa Monica 1971 - Public Talk 1

Jiddu Krishnamurti

"Attention implies the total abandonment of the ‘me’ - 6 March 1971 • Can the mind undergo a radical revolution? • How do you observe the world? • What solves our human problem is observing the whole process of ourselves without judging, condemning, translating or rejecting – just to observe. Question topics following the talk include: being disturbed in order to know, being confused, transcendental meditation."

"Attention implies the total abandonment of the ‘me’ - 6 March 1971 • Can the mind undergo a radical revolution? • How do you observe the world? • What solves our human problem is observing the whole process of ourselves without judging, condemning, translating or rejecting – just to observe. Question topics following the talk include: being disturbed in order to know, being confused, transcendental meditation."
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Philosophy

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"Attention implies the total abandonment of the ‘me’ - 6 March 1971 • Can the mind undergo a radical revolution? • How do you observe the world? • What solves our human problem is observing the whole process of ourselves without judging, condemning, translating or rejecting – just to observe. Question topics following the talk include: being disturbed in order to know, being confused, transcendental meditation."

Language:

English

Length:

1h 40m


Chapters

Chapter 1
Chapter 1

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