Attention implies that there is no centre: Brockwood Park and Gstaad 1975 - Dialogue 5

Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher: M-Y Books

Date: November 2015

Duration: 2 hours 4 minutes

Summary:

Attention implies that there is no centre - 22 June 1975

- Consciousness, because it is in constant movement, has never found an energywhich is not contradictory, which is not produced by desire and thought.
- Can thought ever see its own movement and the futility of its own movement?
- Attention implies that there is no centre.
- Is there a perception, a seeing outside the space which is part of consciousness?
- Thereare two human beings,one gets conditioned and the other doesn't. Why? How has it happened the other doesn't get conditioned?
- How does this perception which is beyond attention, beyond awareness, beyond concentration come about?
- Thought is rather superficial, it's merely a very small part of the operation of thebrain.
- Can consciousness be completely empty of its content?
- Order and disorder

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Attention implies that there is no centre: Brockwood Park and Gstaad 1975 - Dialogue 5

by Jiddu Krishnamurti

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Attention implies that there is no centre: Brockwood Park and Gstaad 1975 - Dialogue 5, Jiddu Krishnamurti