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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 

von Reden und Dialogen  J. Krishnamurtis ,

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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August 2017 = Sommerpause

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Nächster Termin :  6. Mai 2018

        

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Beginn der Filme :

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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Is Religion a Matter of Belief?

Religion as we generally know it or acknowledge it, is a series of beliefs, of dogmas, of rituals, of superstitions, of worship of idols, of charms and gurus that will lead you to what you want as an ultimate goal. The ultimate truth is your projection, that is what you want, which will make you happy, which will give a certainty of the deathless state. So the mind caught in all this creates a religion, a religion of dogmas, of priest-craft, of superstitions and idol-worship and in that, you are caught, and the mind stagnates. Is that religion? Is religion a matter of belief, a matter of knowledge of other people's experiences and assertions? Or is religion merely the following of morality? You know it is comparatively easy to be moral to do this and not to do that. Because it is easy, you can imitate a moral system. Behind that morality, lurks the self, growing, expanding, aggressive, dominating. But is that religion?You have to find out what truth is because that is the only thing that matters, not whether you are rich or poor, not whether you are happily married and have children, because they all come to an end, there is always death. So, without any form of belief, you must find out; you must have the vigor, the self-reliance, the initiative, so that for yourself you know what truth is, what God is. Belief will not give you anything; belief only corrupts, binds, darkens. The mind can only be free through vigor, through self-reliance. - Krishnamurti, J. Krishnamurti, The Book of Life

The Answer to Prayer

Prayer, which is a supplication, a petition, can never find that reality which is not the outcome of a demand. We demand, supplicate, pray, only when we are in confusion, in sorrow, and not understanding that confusion and sorrow, we turn to somebody else. The answer to prayer is our own projection; in one way or another it is always satisfactory, gratifying, otherwise we would reject it. So, when one has learned the trick of quieting the mind through repetition, one keeps on with that habit, but the answer to supplication must obviously be shaped according to the desire of the person who supplicates.Now, prayer, supplication, petition, can never uncover that which is not the projection of the mind. To find that which is not the fabrication of the mind, the mind must be quiet, not made quiet by the repetition of words, which is self-hypnosis, nor by any other means of inducing the mind to be still.Stillness that is induced, enforced, is not stillness at all. It is like putting a child in the corner superficially he may be quiet, but inwardly he is boiling. So, a mind that is made quiet by discipline is never really quiet, and stillness that is induced can never uncover that creative state in which reality comes into being. - 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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