What Will Make Me See That Thought Breeds Frustration? - Gstaad 1965 - äänikirja
Listen to talks from J. Krishnamurti's Gstaad gathering in Switzerland, 1974.
This talk: What Will Make Me See That Thought Breeds Frustration? - 21 August 1965.
• What is the function of thought?
• Can the mind see the fact that thought will always breed frustration?
• Function is necessary, but function with status, position and power must breed frustration.
• Without frustration thought says to itself, "I am not seeking. I don't want anything."
• If there is no thought, what happens?
• The very perception of the limitation of thought is the act of opening the door, rather than thought opening the door.
• To function without prestige, without frustration, that itself is an extraordinary state, meaning to function without self-centred activity.