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Welcome to The Immeasurable Podcast. The following episode is an exploration with Leah Luong and Jackie McInley and was recorded in Ojai at Pine Cottage, Krishnamurti’s former residence. The episode is titled after the book Beyond Violence. Krishnamurti said, “We have built a society which is violent and we as human beings are violent; the environment, the culture we live in, is the product of our endeavor, of our struggle, of our pain, of our appalling brutalities. So the most important question is: is it possible to end this tremendous violence within oneself?” While Jackie and Leah discuss this possibility together, they are by no means experts and this dialogue is an attempt to discover it as if for the first time. You can also view this episode on YouTube.Follow The Immeasurable on Instagram (@krishnamurti_theimmeasurable)Follow The Immeasurable on Tiktok (@j.krishnamurti)Subscribe to The Immeasurable on YouTube (@theimmeasurable)Like The Immeasurable on Facebook (facebook.com/theimmeasurable.org) Support the show
The Immeasurable Podcast is highlighting a fifteen-part series from Ojai recorded in 1980 where J. Krishnamurti spoke with David Bohm about the ending of time. You can visit Pine Cottage where this conversation took place, and where Krishnamurti lived and passed away, during visiting hours at the Krishnamurti Library in Ojai, CA. Please go to kfa.org for details.J. Krishnamurti & David Bohm - Ojai 1980 - Dialogue 3: Why Has Man Given Supreme Importance to Thought?Series: The Ending of TimeQ: Is the 'ground' indifferent to mankind, as the physical universe appears to be? How does one find out if there is something more than merely the physical?Q: Why is it that theories are necessary and useful in organizing facts about matter outwardly, and yet inwardly, psychologically they are in the way, of no use at all?Seeking security for myself, for my family, for my group, and for my tribe, has brought about division.Why has man given importance to thought as the supreme thing?If I accept I am irrational completely, I am rational.For more information about J. Krishnamurti and the Krishnamurti foundations:International Site - http://www.jkrishnamurti.org/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jk.krishnamurtiKrishnamurti Foundation Trust, UK - http://www.kfoundation.org/Krishnamurti Foundation of America - http://www.kfa.org/Krishnamurti Foundation of India - http://www.kfionline.org/Fundación Krishnamurti Latinoamericana - http://www.fkla.org/© 1980 Krishnamurti Foundation of AmericaFollow The Immeasurable on Instagram (@krishnamurti_theimmeasurable) Support the show
Welcome back to The Immeasurable Podcast. I’m Leah Luong and this episode is a talk given by David Edmund Moody during the 2018 Annual May Gathering. David was the first teacher hired when Krishnamurti founded the Oak Grove School in Ojai, California, in 1975. He subsequently served as educational director of the school, which was the position he held at the time of Krishnamurti’s death in 1986. He is the author of three books about Krishnamurti. His most recent book is titled Krishnamurti in America: New Perspectives on the Man and his Message (Alpha Centauri Press, 2020). David’s talk is called Conflict in Relationship: Krishnamurti's View. He raises questions such as, “Can thought be aware of its own limitations?” and “If you have no relationship with nature, how can you have relationship with human beings?” His talk centers around understanding the sources of conflict in human relationship, what it means to be related, and exploring the nature and meaning of thought.I hope you enjoy it.Follow The Immeasurable on Instagram (@krishnamurti_theimmeasurable) Follow The Immeasurable on Tiktok (@j.krishnamurti)Subscribe to The Immeasurable on YouTube (@theimmeasurable)Like The Immeasurable on Facebook (facebook.com/theimmeasurable.org) Support the show
The Immeasurable Podcast is highlighting a fifteen-part series from Ojai recorded in 1980 where J. Krishnamurti spoke with David Bohm about the ending of time. You can visit Pine Cottage where this conversation took place, and where Krishnamurti lived and passed away, during visiting hours at the Krishnamurti Library in Ojai, CA. Please go to kfa.org for details.J. Krishnamurti & David Bohm - Ojai 1980 - 2: Cleansing the Mind of the Accumulation of TimeSeries: The Ending of TimeTime is the enemy of man.Is there a beginning which is not enmeshed in time?We said nothingness is everything and so it is total energy. It is undiluted pure, uncorrupted energy. Is there something beyond that?Has man ever been free from the ‘I’?That emptiness can only exist when there is death of the particular.For more information about J. Krishnamurti and the Krishnamurti foundations:International Site - http://www.jkrishnamurti.org/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jk.krishnamurtiKrishnamurti Foundation Trust, UK - http://www.kfoundation.org/Krishnamurti Foundation of America - http://www.kfa.org/Krishnamurti Foundation of India - http://www.kfionline.org/Fundación Krishnamurti Latinoamericana - http://www.fkla.org/© 1980 Krishnamurti Foundation of AmericaFollow The Immeasurable on Instagram (@krishnamurti_theimmeasurable)Like The Immeasurable on Facebook (facebook.com/theimmeasurable.org) Support the show
Welcome to The Immeasurable  Podcast, this episode is a talk by Cory Fisher given during the annual May Gathering in 2019. Cory Fisher has been involved with the Krishnamurti Foundation of America since 2013, when he was among the first generations of Residential Students/Scholars at the Krishnamurti Center in Ojai, California. He now serves as the Director of Publications and Archives at the Krishnamurti Foundation of America. His talk Freedom from the Known: the Krishnamurti Perspective features a conversation between Krishnamurti and theoretical physicist David Bohm as well as a dialogue between Krishnamurti and Alaine Naudé. In this talk, Cory delves into what Krishnamurti means by “freedom from the known”,  exploring Krishnamurti’s themes around consciousness, time, freedom, and knowledge. I hope you enjoy it.Follow The Immeasurable on Instagram (@krishnamurti_theimmeasurable)  Support the show
The Immeasurable Podcast is highlighting a fifteen-part series from Ojai recorded in 1980 where J. Krishnamurti spoke with David Bohm about the ending of time. You can visit Pine Cottage where this conversation took place, and where Krishnamurti lived and passed away, during visiting hours at the Krishnamurti Library in Ojai, CA. Please go to kfa.org for details.J. Krishnamurti & David Bohm - Ojai 1980 - 1: The Roots of Psychological ConflictSeries: The Ending of TimeHas humanity taken a wrong turn?What is the root of this tremendous inward conflict of humanity?When I am trying to become something it is a constant battle.Can the brain itself see that it is caught in time and as long as it is moving in that direction conflict is eternal, endless?Can the mind realize, resolve a psychological problem immediately?Has mankind journeyed through millennia to come to this: that I am nothing and therefore I am everything and all energy?For more information about J. Krishnamurti and the Krishnamurti foundations:International Site - http://www.jkrishnamurti.org/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jk.krishnamurtiKrishnamurti Foundation Trust, UK - http://www.kfoundation.org/Krishnamurti Foundation of America - http://www.kfa.org/Krishnamurti Foundation of India - http://www.kfionline.org/Fundación Krishnamurti Latinoamericana - http://www.fkla.org/© 1980 Krishnamurti Foundation of AmericaFollow The Immeasurable on Instagram (@krishnamurti_theimmeasurable) Like The Immeasurable on Facebook (facebook.com/theimmeasurable.org)Subscribe Support the show
Welcome back to another season of the Immeasurable Podcast. You’re listening to an interview with Lobsang Tenzin, also known as the fifth Samdhong Rinpoche. He is a Tibetan Buddhist teacher and philosopher who has lived in Dharamsala, India since 1959 when he fled Tibet. He is the spiritual advisor to the Dalai Lama. In addition, he served as the Prime Minister of the cabinet of the Central Tibetan Administration and was the director of the Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies in Varanasi, India. He also served as a trustee of the Krishnamurti Foundation in India for several decades. In this interview, Rinpoche discusses his understanding of Krishnamurti's teachings and Buddhist teachings, as well as Krishnamurti's role as a “teacher.” Follow The Immeasurable on Instagram (@krishnamurti_theimmeasurable)  Support the show
Welcome back to The Immeasurable Podcast. This episode is a 1980’s interview with Laura Huxley. Laura was a musician, author, psychotherapist, and lecturer who met Krishnamurti at the home of yoga instructor, Vanda Scaravelli. She was married to author and philosopher Aldous Huxley, who was a close friend of Krishnamurti. Laura Huxley is known for a discussion she had with Krishnamurti in which he said that “people who try to help others are a curse.” She talks about that exchange in this interview, and you may find what Krishnamurti has to say about it to be both surprising and interesting. Huxley is interviewed by Michael Mendizza and Leah has re-narrated his questions for better audio quality. We hope you enjoy it.  Support the show
J. Krishnamurti  — Saanen 1977 - Extract from Public Discussion 2 Follow The Immeasurable on Instagram (@krishnamurti_theimmeasurable)  Support the show
Welcome back to The Immeasurable Podcast. This episode is a talk from a previous Annual May Gathering. It's called “Freedom From Conditioning" by Professor Krishna.Professor Krishna was born in Chennai (south India) but grew up in Indore (central India) where his parents were educationists. He first met and heard Krishnamurti in 1957-58 and continued to listen to Krishnamurti during his visits to the education center in Rajghat, Varanasi. He was a Professor of Physics at the Banaras Hindu University when in 1985 Krishnamurti asked him to take charge of the Rajghat Education Centre as its Rector and Principal of the Rajghat Besant School. He worked in this capacity until 2003 and has since been in charge of the Krishnamurti Study Centre at Rajghat. He has lectured all over the world on Krishnamurti’s teachings, science, society, and education. In 2015 he wrote a memoir entitled, A Jewel on a Silver Platter: Remembering J.KrishnamurtiThe first requirement to learning, according to Krishnamurti (00:53) What is conditioning? What do we mean by freedom from conditioning? (2:55)Is all conditioning a problem? (6:30)What do negative emotions mean?  (9:32)Why do we believe in illusions? (10:04)When the false ends (11:50)What would it mean to examine oneself? (12:25)Why is it important to examine the self? (13:40)Can thought perceive what is true? (17:12)Professor Krishna on belief, truth, and illusion (23:34)The root problem of division among human beings (25:32)The ego (28:00)Watching consciousness in the mirror of relationship (29:30)The role thought plays in the quest for truth (30:10)Does one eliminate conditioning? (34:45)What is one seeking? (39:10)Why the management of ego doesn't solve any problem (42:43)Perception is real action (45:20)Follow The Immeasurable on Instagram (@krishnamurti_theimmeasurable)  Support the show
J. Krishnamurti  — Brockwood Park 1981 – Public Talk 3 – What Happens if I Don't End all the Content of my Consciousness? Support the show
Welcome back to The Immeasurable Podcast. Evelyne Blau (narrated by Leah Luong) interviews Alan Hooker, a former cook for Krishnamurti. The late restauranteur moved to Ojai in 1949 because of his interest in the teachings, and to help prepare food for the Ojai campus. He was also a former trustee of the Krishnamurti Foundation of America. He is asked a series of questions about his experience with Krishnamurti in this 1987 interview. Leah has re-narrated Evelyne’s questions for better audio clarity. We hope you enjoy it. Support the show (https://theimmeasurable.org/donate)
Welcome back to The Immeasurable Podcast. This episode centers around the topic, What Prevents Change?J. Krishnamurti with David Bohm, Asit Chandmal, and P. Krishna. - Brockwood Park 1977For more information about J. Krishnamurti and the Krishnamurti foundations:International Site - http://www.jkrishnamurti.org/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jk.krishnamurtiTwitter - https://twitter.com/orgKrishnamurtiKrishnamurti Foundation Trust, UK - http://www.kfoundation.org/Krishnamurti Foundation of America - http://www.kfa.org/Krishnamurti Foundation of India - http://www.kfionline.org/Fundación Krishnamurti Latinoamericana - http://www.fkla.org/This organization is a registered charity. Registered charity number: 312865© 1982 Krishnamurti Foundation of AmericaSupport the show (https://theimmeasurable.org/donate) Support the show (https://theimmeasurable.org/donate)
Welcome back to The Immeasurable Podcast. This episode is a recording from this year’s Online May Gathering, a talk given by David Moody called “The Paradox of Change," followed by a Q&A with Karen Hesli, Nandini Patnaik, and David Moody.  David Edmund Moody, Ph.D., is the author of three books about Krishnamurti. His most recent book is Krishnamurti in America: New Perspectives on the Man and his Message. This book represents a full-scale biography of Krishnamurti’s life, with special attention to the events in America that have not been covered well in previous biographies.Moody was the first teacher hired when Krishnamurti founded the Oak Grove School in Ojai, California, in 1975.  He subsequently served as educational director of the school, and as director, the position he held at the time of Krishnamurti’s death in 1986.  He later took his Ph.D. in science education (UCLA, 1991) with a focus on student misconceptions in the study of biological evolution.Krishnamurti's view on how we deal with problems (3:38)Seeing the danger of thought (4:06)What did Krishnamurti have to say about time? (5:23) Did humanity take a wrong turn? (6:28)What is the "ending of time?" (8:00)Why the paradox of change goes right into the heart of Krishnamurti's philosophy (11:20)Three reasons why the process of becoming is problematic (12:108)The difference between chronological time and psychological time (12:35) David describes the psychological self (17:55)Image-making: how it relates to the process of becoming and generating inner conflict (22:37) Genuine, authentic change that is free of time and image (25:46)What is the nature and meaning of transformation? (26:32)The negative approach (28:56)Transformation isn't something that you do, it's something you see  (30:47)Illusion and insight (31:49)What does psychological revolution entail? (39:00)David reads an excerpt from “The Urgency of Change” book (43:21)Karen introduces  Q&A panel (47:00) Support the show (https://theimmeasurable.org/donate)
The Immeasurable Podcast is highlighting the four part series from Ojai in 1982 where J. Krishnamurti spoke with Rupert Sheldrake, David Bohm and John Hidley about the nature of the mind. You can visit Pine Cottage where this conversation took place, and where Krishnamurti lived and passed away, during visiting hours at the Krishnamurti Library in Ojai, CA. Please go to kfa.org for details.J. Krishnamurti - Ojai 1982 - Discussion with Scientists 4 - What is a healthy mind?For more information about J. Krishnamurti and the Krishnamurti foundations:International Site - http://www.jkrishnamurti.org/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jk.krishnamurtiTwitter - https://twitter.com/orgKrishnamurtiKrishnamurti Foundation Trust, UK - http://www.kfoundation.org/Krishnamurti Foundation of America - http://www.kfa.org/Krishnamurti Foundation of India - http://www.kfionline.org/Fundación Krishnamurti Latinoamericana - http://www.fkla.org/This organization is a registered charity. Registered charity number: 312865© 1982 Krishnamurti Foundation of America Support the show (https://theimmeasurable.org/donate)
Jaap Sluijter interviews James "Jim" Lee Dixon about the time he spent with J. Krishnamurti. Jim Dixon was a renowned carpet and art collector, master gardener, friend of the Foundation and prior owner/donor of the Occidental, California property which will now become a Krishnamurti Center. Jim attended many of Krishnamurti's talks and found the work of K  to be the most important project to support with his estate. Jim will be missed dearly, but his passion for the teachings, and the perfume of love he left behind, will remain alive and well in Occidental, California and beyond.In remembrance of James Lee Dixon, August 26th 1943-March 23rd 2020Link to obituary Support the show (https://theimmeasurable.org/donate)
The Immeasurable Podcast is highlighting the four part series from Ojai in 1982 where J. Krishnamurti spoke with Rupert Sheldrake, David Bohm and John Hidley about the nature of the mind. You can visit Pine Cottage where this conversation took place, and where Krishnamurti lived and passed away, during visiting hours at the Krishnamurti Library in Ojai, CA. Please go to kfa.org for details.J. Krishnamurti - Ojai 1982 - Discussion with Scientists 3 - The need for securitySummary:Why do we want security?Am I separate from the agony I go through?---For more information about J. Krishnamurti and the Krishnamurti foundations:International Site - http://www.jkrishnamurti.org/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jk.krishnamurtiTwitter - https://twitter.com/orgKrishnamurtiKrishnamurti Foundation Trust, UK - http://www.kfoundation.org/Krishnamurti Foundation of America - http://www.kfa.org/Krishnamurti Foundation of India - http://www.kfionline.org/Fundación Krishnamurti Latinoamericana - http://www.fkla.org/This organization is a registered charity. Registered charity number: 312865© 1982 Krishnamurti Foundation of America Support the show (https://theimmeasurable.org/donate)
Jaap Sluijter and Henry Fischer join Rupert Spira once again to look at the questions posed by J. Krishnamurti's teachings. See more interviews and explorations like this one at theimmeasurable.org.To participate in a program at the Krishnamurti Center in Ojai, California please go to kfa.org.Subscribe to the Krishnamurti Educational Channel:  https://www.youtube.com/c/KrishnamurtiEducationalCenterJ. Krishnamurti official YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC88A5W9XyWx7WSwthd5ykhwRupert Spira's website: https://rupertspira.com/All opinions shared belong to the individuals in this audio and are not directly endorsed by the Krishnamurti Foundation of America which is responsible for the dissemination of J. Krishnamurti's work. Support the show (https://theimmeasurable.org/donate)
The Immeasurable Podcast is highlighting the four part series from Ojai in 1982 where J. Krishnamurti spoke with Rupert Sheldrake, David Bohm and John Hidley about the nature of the mind. You can visit Pine Cottage where this conversation took place, and where Krishnamurti lived and passed away, during visiting hours at the Krishnamurti Library in Ojai, CA. Please go to kfa.org for details.J. Krishnamurti - Ojai 1982 - Discussion with Scientists 2 - Psychological SufferingSummary:What is security?I have an image about myself. I am a great cook, a great scientist, a great carpenter, whatever you will. I have got that picture in myself and you come along and put a pin into it. And that gets hurt, the image gets hurt. The image is me.What is a human being?You are not basically different from me. You may be tall, you may be born in England, I may be born in Africa, I have dark skin, but deep down, the river, the content of the river is the water. The river is not an Asiatic river or European river, it is a river.Love is not English, American or Indian. Agony is not yours or mine, it is agony. But we identify ourselves with agony - it is my agony, which is not yours. Why do we want to identify with something?Is there a learning about oneself which is not constant accumulation about myself?For more information about J. Krishnamurti and the Krishnamurti foundations:International Site - http://www.jkrishnamurti.org/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/jk.krishnamurtiTwitter - https://twitter.com/orgKrishnamurtiKrishnamurti Foundation Trust, UK - http://www.kfoundation.org/Krishnamurti Foundation of America - http://www.kfa.org/Krishnamurti Foundation of India - http://www.kfionline.org/Fundación K Support the show (https://theimmeasurable.org/donate)
Gianni Garubo interviews Michael Krohnen, author of The Kitchen Chronicles: 1001 Lunches with J. Krishnamurti and librarian at the Krishnamurti Center in Ojai, California, about Krohnen's long history and personal relationship with J. Krishnamurti. Support the show (https://theimmeasurable.org/donate)
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