Re: Evolution (AnandGholap.Net-Online Theosophy)
Mar 04, 2009 11:36 PM
This message is among the most important messages I wrote, because it shows that J. Krishnamurti's teaching has come from his own understanding of a human being, and his teaching is not from Christ.
This passage is from the biography of J. Krishnamurti by Pupul Jaykar.
"At the opening of the Star camp at Ommen in 1927 Krishnamurti spoke a language diametrically opposed to Theosophical teaching. On June 30 he said, "For many lives and for all this life, and especially the last few months, I have struggled to be free?free of my friends, my books, my associations. You must struggle for the same freedom. There must be constant turmoil within you." Krishnamurti was in revolt. No teacher or authority satisfied him."
Note the words "I have struggled to be free" It shows that struggle to become free from authorities and teachings was Krishnamurti's OWN struggle. It was not the teaching given by true World Teacher or Christ.
J. Krishnamurti thought his own condition is same as that of millions of others and so he recommends his own struggle to all others, when they were completely different from him.
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