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why did Krishnamurti attack HPB's Theosophy, why ?

Aug 14, 2007 10:42 AM
by Anand

Here is one more proof why Krishnamurti's speeches and HPB's writing
are opposite. Same quotation also tells that there are future lives in
which person may pursue this path, if he wants. Whereas Krishnamurti
tells people not to think of future lives.
HPB's quotation clearly tells about existence of the path and Masters.
Krishnamurti rejected both the concepts.
"There is a road, steep and thorny, beset with perils of every kind,
but yet a road, and it leads to the very heart of the Universe. I can
tell you how to find those [Masters] who will show you the secret
gateway that opens inward only, and closes fast behind the neophyte
for evermore. There is no danger that dauntless courage cannot
conquer; there is no trial that spotless purity cannot pass through;
there is no difficulty that strong intellect cannot surmount. For
those who win onwards there is reward past all telling - the power to
bless and save humanity; for those who fail, there are other lives in
which success may come.

[Collected Writings vol.XIII, 219]"
Why did Krishnamurti attack HPB's Theosophy, why ? What wrong had she
done to him ?

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