To Come Upon the New, Thought Must Be Quiet - Brockwood Park 1972 - äänikirja
Listen to talks from J. Krishnamurti's Brockwood Park gathering in the United Kingdom, 1972.
This talk: To Come Upon the New, Thought Must Be Quiet - 17 September 1972.
• If one is serious, one must learn for oneself if there is such a thing as the immeasurable.
• Thought cannot find the immeasurable because thought is measurement and time.
• Can thought, realizing its limitations, be quiet?
• Can the mind without effort see its content clearly, and the limitation, lack of space and time-binding quality of its consciousness?
• When you say, "I do not know", does the content have importance?
• There are various systems of meditation, gadgets, yoga, to make the mind quiet. These are unimportant.
• Is truth the very perception of the false?
• When the mind has perceived the truth of something, what is time?
• Is there a different dimension which thought cannot touch?