Jiddu Krishnamurti was an intelligent speaker and competent writer who had enough skills to impress the world. His great attitude toward learning and teaching made him prominent in the history of spiritual personalities. He explicitly told the world “The teachings are significant in themselves and explainers and reviewers only change them. It is suitable to go straight to the source, the lessons themselves, and not through any expert witness.”
Who was Jiddu Krishnamurti?
J. Krishnamurti was a great philosopher, thinker, and teacher of all time. He is a considerable spiritual master and eminent speaker who was born in 1895. His discussions and talks are attainable worldwide as he was an excellent writer. He was a soft-hearted and sensitive person who had fantastic skills to communicate with the individuals as well as large audiences.
Early Life of Jiddu Krishnamurti
This Indian philosopher was born in a devout family of Andhra Pradesh. He was passionate about education that’s why he was evolved as a new World Teacher. J. Krishnamurti was met with Leadbeater (a member of theosophical society) in 1909. Leadbeater found that this boy has unusual and bizarre aptitudes and convinced him to become a spiritual teacher. In 1911 he became the head of Theosophical Society as he was a brilliant thinker about human circumstances. Dr. Annie Besant has a lot of contributions to the personality making of Jiddu Krishnamurti.
Jiddu krishnamurti quotes
J. Krishnamurti has a large number of audience worldwide because he used to believe that education is a religious activity. So he has numerous things to demonstrate as he was head of OSE and had also many lifetime experiences that should be shared. Let’s have a look at some precious teachings of magnificent J. Krishnamurti.
He had faith that man should be fear-free because fear makes man’s mind dull. The specific panic initiates man to tell lies and make him corrupt.
One of his amazing belvederes is that there is always a self-ambition hidden in person that drags the person in its direction. So find yourself and your determination to move in a direct path of life.
- Learning is movement
- Krishnamurti’s thinking was learning is a process of growth and aggregation so it can only happen when the mind is not confused.
He encouraged people to explore more and more in life with the freedom
- Violence understanding
He had an eagle eye on the society surrounding him so he used to preach that understand the violence and nonviolence so you can defend yourself.
- Pleasure and pain
Pleasure and pain are inseparable they both have their own taste as this is the continuation of life. When we move towards happiness then we have to face the hardships. This is an obvious lesson in life.
He had a wonderful thought that listening is a sensation. Just look into things and observe and then you can understand things far better.
What amazing words are “Truth is a pathless land”? This inspired and started a new quest in the perspective of Truth.
The heart touching lesson of J. Krishnamurti is that ‘Me’ is a harmful center because it generates space around oneself and then you are getting far and far from others.
- Seek Attention
Seeking attention is natural in every human being but J. Krishnamurti said don’t be greedy about it. Because it may last for very little time.
Legacy of Jiddu Krishnamurti
His countless and priceless lectures, discussions, and point of view regarding mankind and its surrounding are invaluable heritage. His conversations with religious figures and conferences with philosophers are in the form of books. His treasurable audios and videos are available to inspire everyone throughout the world. He was the founder of more than a few schools. One of them is an international education center named as Brockwood Park School. Krishnamurti foundation in UK, US, Spain, and India are doing their best jobs to preserve the lifetime doctrines of generous J. Krishnamurti.
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