What love is not, and when that isn’t the other is – J. Krishnamurti

Published on November 8, 2016 under consciousness

If you listen to 20 minutes of this where I’ve started the clip…

Krishnamurti talks about how when all the things that aren’t love are absent, love is.  He says we can add something to have the state of love, nor can we invite it.

He also talks about how meditation is in daily life, not sitting hypnotized for 20 minutes a day.

This is really a brain work out to see what he is saying, not just smiling and nodding and accepting the directions of another in order to get some kind of reward.  Krishnamurti gives us nothing to grasp onto as a concept to appease and comfort us, and in that way, the other may happen, uncaused.


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