This volume, divided into three parts, contains unusual aspects of Krishnamurti's teachings. The first section explores the reasons why mankind has lived for thousands of years in chaos and misery. In the second section of the book, Krishnamurti points out that the mind is almost unceasingly occupied with thinking so that it has lost touch with its original unconditioned freedom. The third section is concerned to answer the question: How is it possible to ascertain truth and to know whether Krishnamurti's teachings are true?
Publisher: Krishnamurti Foundation Trust
Current publication: 2004
Pages count: 256
First published: 1978