Jiddu Krishnamurti

Krishnamurti whose life and teachings spanned the greater part of the 20th Century, is regarded by many as one who has had the most profound impact on human consciousness in modern times.Sage, philosopher and thinker, he illumined the lives of millions the world over – intellectuals and laymen, young and old. Breaking away from all organized religions and denying his role as a Guru, he spelt out his mission: to set man absolutely and unconditionally free.

“The whole life, from the moment you are born to the moment you die, is a process of learning.”
“It is truth that liberates, not your effort to be free.”

He travelled round the world till the age of 90 giving talks, writing, holding discussions. He talked of the things that concern all of us in our everyday life; the problems of living in modern society, the individual’s search for security, and the need for human beings to free themselves from from their inner burdens of violence, fear and sorrow.

Talks By Krishnamurti

From the innate conflicts of Fear and Observation, to the profound and insightful themes of Freedom, Revolution, and Peace, Krishnamurti has delivered talks and important life lessons across the globe that have even been recorded in the form of videos and audio tracks, which upon each hearing bring something new to the thinking mind.

“…Many philosophers have talked about freedom.” A talk from Krishnamurti at Brockwood Park, England, in 1980, where he answers questions on the profound issue of Freedom…”
“Is it possible, to totally bring about a mutation in ‘what is’?” This talk, given way back in the 1960s, on the ‘Real Revolution’, is a lesson that has never been more needed…”
“…Everyone is frightened of something.” In this conversation with Dr.Allan W.Anderson in 1974, Krishnamurti talks about the confusing and inherent phenomena of Fear.”