By focusing on the fact of our entrenched conditioning and the necessity for the psyche to undergo a revolution, Krishnamurti brings us to the interface, to the source of both the individual and society.
What is our response to a disintegrating society?
- How can one bring about transformation (i) in oneself (ii) in society?
- What are the limitations of self-improvement?
- What is real individuality?
In his pinpoint answers to questions such as these Krishnamurti invites us to examine anew our relationship as human beings to ourselves and each other.
Publisher: Krishnamurti Publications of America
Current publication: 2001
Pages count: 126
First published: 1992