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Liebe Freunde Krishnamurtis,


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am 1. und 3. Sonntag eines Monats 

ein Krishnamurti - Informationstag statt 

Unter anderem mit Filmvorführungen 

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mit Informationen über Krishnamurti Schulen 

und Krishnamurti Studienzentren, 

mit Büchern von Originaltexten 

DVDs und Kassetten der  Lehre Krishnamurtis 

in deutscher und in englischer Sprache. 


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Nächster Termin :  1. April 2018


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11 Uhr in Englisch        

14 Uhr in Englisch mit deutscher Übersetzung


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Krishnamurti im Schneidersitz vor einem Mikrofon
Jiddu Krishnamurti in Indien



J. K r i s h n a m u r t i :


"Die Lehre als solche ist bedeutsam.

Interpreten und Kommentatoren entstellen sie nur.

Es ist ratsam direkt zur Quelle, der Lehre selbst,

zu gehen und nicht durch irgendeine Authorität."


"The teachings are important in themselves and interpreters and commentators only distort them.  

It is advisable to go directly to the source, 

the teachings themselves, 

and not through any authority."






Seitliches Porträtfoto von Krishnamurti
Jiddu Krishnamurti


                               T ä g l i c h e  Z i t a t e 

                         -  D a i l y  Q u o t e s  - 

                          aus Gesprächen und Dialogen 

                                       J. Krishnamurtis

                                              ( in Englisch )  

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Fear of Death

Why are you afraid of death? Is it perhaps because you do not know how to live? If you knew how to live fully, would you be afraid of death? If you loved the trees, the sunset, the birds, the falling leaf; if you were aware of men and women in tears, of poor people, and really felt love in your heart, would you be afraid of death? Would you? Don't be persuaded by me. Let us think about it together. You do not live with joy, you are not happy, you are not vitally sensitive to things; and is that why you ask what is going to happen when you die? Life for you is sorrow, and so you are much more interested in death. You feel that perhaps there will be happiness after death. But that is a tremendous problem, and I do not know if you want to go into it. After all, fear is at the bottom of all this -fear of dying, fear of living, fear of suffering. If you cannot understand what it is that causes fear and be free of it, then it does not matter very much whether you are living or dead. - Krishnamurti, J. Krishnamurti, The Book of Life

Feel the State of Death

We are afraid to die. To end the fear of death we must come into contact with death, not with the image which thought has created about death, but we must actually feel the state. Otherwise there is no end to fear, because the word death creates fear, and we don't even want to talk about it. Being healthy, normal, with the capacity to reason clearly, to think objectively, to observe, is it possible for us to come into contact with the fact, totally? The organism, through usage, through disease, will eventually die. If we are healthy, we want to find out what death means. It's not a morbid desire, because perhaps by dying we shall understand living. Living, as it is now, is torture, endless turmoil, a contradiction, and therefore there is conflict, misery and confusion. The everyday going to the office, the repetition of pleasure with its pains, the anxiety, the groping, the uncertainty -that's what we call living. We have become accustomed to that kind of living. We accept it; we grow old with it and die.To find out what living is as well as to find out what dying is, one must come into contact with death; that is, one must end every day everything one has known. One must end the image that one has built up about oneself, about one's family, about one's relationship, the image that one has built through pleasure, through one's relationship to society, everything. That is what is going to take place when death occurs. - Krishnamurti, J. Krishnamurti, The Book of Life






seitliches Porträt von Krishnamurti
Jiddu Krishnamurti im Park



 J. K r i s h n a m u r t i : 


"Meditation ist wie die Brise die hereinkommt 

wenn Du das Fenster offen lässt; 

aber, wenn Du es bewusst offen lässt, 

sie bewusst einlädst zu kommen, 

wird sie niemals erscheinen."       (The Only Revolution)             


"Meditation is like the breeze that comes in 

when you leave the window open; 

but if you deliberately keep it open, 

deliberately invite it to come, 

it will never appear."         (The Only Revolution) 




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