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Washington D.C. Talks 1985

In April 1985 Krishnamurti gave two talks in Washington D.C., covering the whole essence of his teachings. The hall was filled to capacity for both talks and, as usual, he spoke with no notes and did not have a speech prepared or memorized.

Cost $20.20

Why Are You Being Educated?

The book consists of six talks that J. Krishnamurti gave at Indian universities and the Indian Institutes of Technology between 1969 and 1984. Krishnamurti's chief concern here is to awaken students to the fact that the pursuit of knowledge does not liberate man from his ignorance of himself. While knowledge is indispensable, it also creates the illusion that we have the intelligence to meet the challenges of life. This makes us neglect the vast and subtle field of the human psyche. This perspective comes through clearly in these talks, which therefore have significance not just for the young but also for parents, teachers and all those interested in the deeper issues of life.

Cost $23.25

The World of Peace (Welt Des Friedens)

The book is in English and in German.

Compilations of meetings at Brockwood Park

Cost $23.70

The Brockwood Vegetarian Cookbook By Sue Gerrard & Ramon Patel

Favourite international recipes of the past thirty years from the kitchens of Brockwood Park.

Cost $30.80

Biography: Krishnamurti in Greece By Nikos Pilauios

This volume chronicles Krishnamurti’s four visits to Greece in 1930, 1933, 1954 and 1956. The central portion of the book consists of excerpts from talks and discussions held on those occasions. It contains 13 previously unpublished photographs, one of them dating from his first visit to Athens in 1930.

Cost $25.40

Biography: A Vision Of The Sacred - By Sunanda Patwardhan

The memoir of one of Krishnamurti's closest friends in India, Sunanda Patwardhan. She offers answers to oft asked questions about what it was like to work with Krishnamurti on a day-to-day basis and how he counseled the many people who came to see him with their struggles. Mary Zimbalist wrote the foreword to this wondrous memoir.

Cost $28.20

What Does Fear Do To You?

Krishnamurti for the young is a series of books designed to help the young to understand and deal with the world within themselves... the world of hurts, fears, pleasures, ambitions, success, failures and so on

Cost $18.55

What Does Freedom Mean?

Krishnamurti for the young is a series of books designed to help the young to understand and deal with the world within themselves... the world of hurts, fears, pleasures, ambitions, success, failures and so on.

Cost $18.55

What Is It To Care?

Krishnamurti for the young is a series of books designed to help the young to understand and deal with the world within themselves... the world of hurts, fears, pleasures, ambitions, success, failures and so on.

Cost $18.55

  KRISHNAMURTI TO HIMSELF

This book is special as it is the only one of Krishnamurti’s publications which presents words spoken into a tape recorder while he was alone.
Like the written entries in Krishnamurti’s Journal and Krishnamurti’s Notebook, these also are true meditations.
The gist of Krishnamurti’s teachings is here and the descriptions of nature with which he begins most of the pieces may for many, who regard him as a poet as well as a philosopher, quiet their whole being so that they become intuitively receptive to what follows.

Cost: $27.00

 UNCONDITIONALLY FREE

Published in the centenary year of Krishnamurti's birth, Unconditionally Free illustrates Krishnamurti's message through short passages from previously published books. A chronological listing of the places where Krishnamurti talked during his lifetime and a description of the various Krishnamurti-related activities worldwide are also included. This book is popular with professors as introductory material.

Cost: $18.80

  THE WHOLENESS OF LIFE

This volume, divided into three parts, contains unusual aspects of Krishnamurti's teachings. The first section explores the reasons why mankind has lived for thousands of years in chaos and misery. In the second section of the book, Krishnamurti points out that the mind is almost unceasingly occupied with thinking so that it has lost touch with its original unconditioned freedom. The third section is concerned to answer the question: How is it possible to ascertain truth and to know whether Krishnamurti's teachings are true? 

Cost: $21.20

BIOGRAPHY: KRISHNAMURTI AND THE RAJAGOPALS by MARY LUTYENS

One of his ever-constant characteristics was his feeling for natural beauty. He would stand and watch a sky or a mountain or a tree or shadows on water for half and hour or more at a time, utterly still, utterly lost in looking.

Cost: $18.80

 BIOGRAPHY: AS THE RIVER JOINS THE OCEAN by G. NARAYAN

As the River Joins the Ocean is a gentle memoir, written by Krishnamurti’s nephew Giddu Narayan, that illuminates Krishnamurti in ways that more formal biographies have not. The family genealogy shows the humble origins of the great teacher. His touching lifelong concern and compassion for people, and for his own family, reveal him to be deeply related to humanity. This new memoir by a devoted student of the teachings is an important historical document for scholars and others.

Cost: $32.00