“It is only when the mind is completely still that there is a possibility of touching the deep waters.”
These excerpts from Krishnamurti's talks and dialogues explain the nature and limitations of thought and discuss brain, mind and consciousness. Asserting the distinction between conditioned thought and truly creating thinking, On Mind and Thought explores what Krishnamurti referred to as “that vast space in the brain in which there is unimaginable energy.”
These essential teaching stress that only by escaping conditioned thought can we truly achieve personal freedom and fulfilment, and that only through this individual change will vital conflicts in relationships and society be alleviated.
Current publication: 1993
Pages count: 144
First published: 1993