What is Truth?

The very idea of "Truth" is so restricted and incompletely understood.  Truth, in real Spiritual sense, is existential in nature.In this video Sadhguru re-defines truth in existential terms, not in the words you speak but in the way you are. He explains how the essential nature of life is all-inclusive. This is the nature of truth and with absolute inclusiveness there can be no suffering.  … [Read more...]

In The Present Is The Whole Of Time

Washington D.C. 1st Public Talk 20th April 1985:'In The Present Is The Whole Of Time'This is not a lecture on any particular subject according to certain disciplines, scientific or philosophical. Lectures are meant to inform on a particular subject or instruct, but we are not going to do that. So this is not a lecture, nor is it a form of entertainment. In this country especially, one is greatly accustomed to being entertained, amused. Rather in these talks, this afternoon and tomorrow … [Read more...]

Do we think because we exist or we exist because we think?

Am I what I think?  Do I exist because I think?  Or do I think because I exist?  Have we taken the role of thought to ridiculous extremes?A seeker inquires about the thinking process and if we create what we think. Sadhguru replies that applying too much importance on thought is an unhealthy way to approach life. Feature Image Credit: Steven Parker … [Read more...]

Relationships are divisions between Individuals

The following talk was given on April 24, 1971, New York and has been taken from "Awakening of Intelligence" by J. Krishnamurti. I would like to talk about relationship, about what love is, about human existence in which is involved our daily living, the problems one has, the conflicts, the pleasures and the fears, and that most extraordinary thing one calls death.I think one has to understand, not as a theory, not as a speculative, entertaining concept, but rather as an actual fact - … [Read more...]

The Future of Humanity: a dialog between J. Krishnamurti and David Bohm

Here is an amazing discussion between Jiddu Krishnamurti, arguably one of the Greatest philosophers of the 20th century and David Bohm, the Nobel Laureate in Physics.  The dialog is on "Future of Humanity".   Related articles from External SourcesFrom an interview with David Bohm What can we do in this world? (J. Krishnamurti) Observing from a Quiet Mind - Krishnamurti Living Wholeness: J. Krishnamurti David Bohm, Compassion and Understanding Changes of Mind (1/3): a … [Read more...]


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