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On Fear
On Fear
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On fear is one of a series of theme books compiled from the talks, writings, and dialogues off, Krishinamurti . Some of the other titles in this series are On God, On Relationship on Freedom, On Love and Loneliness and On Living and Dying.

Can a human being totally eradicate fear? Can we do anything or nothing? The nothing does not mean that We accept fear, rationalize it, and live with 1t that’s not the inaction of width we are talking. We have done everything we an with regard to tear. W have analysed it, gone into it, tried to face it come into it contact with it resisted it, done everything possible and the thing remains. Is it possible to be aware of it totally, not merely intellectually; emotionally; but be completely aware of it, and yet not do something about it?’

Foreword

Jiddu Krishnamurti was born in India in 1895 and, at the age of thirteen, was taken up by the Theosophical Society, which considered him to be the vehicle for the ‘world teacher’ whose advent it had been proclaiming. Krishnamurti was soon to emerge as a powerful, uncompromising, and unclassifiable teacher, whose talks and writings were not linked to any specific religion and were neither of the East nor the West but for the whole world. Firmly repudiating the messianic image, in 1929 he dramatically dissolved the large and monied organization that had been built around him and declared truth to be ‘a pathless land,’ which could not be approached by any formalized religion, philosophy, or sect.

For the rest of his life Krishnamurti insistently rejected the guru status that others tried to foist upon him. He continued to attract large audiences throughout the world but claimed no authority, wanted no disciples, and spoke always as one individual to another. At the core of his teaching was the realization that fundamental changes in society can be brought about only by a transformation of individual consciousness. The need for self knowledge and understanding of the restrictive, separative influences of religious and nationalistic conditionings was constantly stressed. Krishnamurti pointed always to the urgent need for openness, for that ‘vast space in the brain in which there is unimaginable energy’. This seems to have been the wellspring of his own creativity and the key to his catalytic impact on such a wide variety of people.

Krishnamurti continued to speak all over the world until he died in 1986 at the age of ninety. His talks and dialogues, journals and letters have been preserved in over sixty books and hundreds of recordings. From that vast body of teachings this series of theme books has been compiled. Each book focuses on an issue that has particular relevance to and urgency in our dasily lives.

Contents

Foreword
Bombay, 30 January 19821
Ojai, 8 May 19822
From Freedom From the Known4
Saanen, 22July 196512
Saanen, 21July 196414
From The Impossible Qusetion, Saanen, 3 August 197016
From The Impossible Qusetion, Saanen, 2 August 197027
Saanen, 25 July 197235
Saanen, 2 August 196236
Rome, 7 April 196639
Talk to Students at Rajghat School, 5 January 195444
Paris, 22 May 196650
From Beyond Violence, San Diego State College, 6 April 197052
Bombay, 22 February 196156
Bombay, 22 January 197859
Brockwood Park,1 September 197961
Brockwood Park,26 September 198466
From The Flight of the Eagle, London, 16 March 196967
Madras, 7 January 197976
Madras, 1 January 198477
Conversation with Mary Zimbalist, Brockwood Park, 5 October 198481
New Delhi, 1 November 198187
Ojai, 12 May 198189
From Krishnamurti's Notebook, Paris,September 196192
San Francisco, 11 March 1973105
Saanen, 31 July 1974109
From Last Talks at Saanen 1985, 14 July 1985112
Sourecs and Acknowledgement121

On Fear

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2011
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About the Book

On fear is one of a series of theme books compiled from the talks, writings, and dialogues off, Krishinamurti . Some of the other titles in this series are On God, On Relationship on Freedom, On Love and Loneliness and On Living and Dying.

Can a human being totally eradicate fear? Can we do anything or nothing? The nothing does not mean that We accept fear, rationalize it, and live with 1t that’s not the inaction of width we are talking. We have done everything we an with regard to tear. W have analysed it, gone into it, tried to face it come into it contact with it resisted it, done everything possible and the thing remains. Is it possible to be aware of it totally, not merely intellectually; emotionally; but be completely aware of it, and yet not do something about it?’

Foreword

Jiddu Krishnamurti was born in India in 1895 and, at the age of thirteen, was taken up by the Theosophical Society, which considered him to be the vehicle for the ‘world teacher’ whose advent it had been proclaiming. Krishnamurti was soon to emerge as a powerful, uncompromising, and unclassifiable teacher, whose talks and writings were not linked to any specific religion and were neither of the East nor the West but for the whole world. Firmly repudiating the messianic image, in 1929 he dramatically dissolved the large and monied organization that had been built around him and declared truth to be ‘a pathless land,’ which could not be approached by any formalized religion, philosophy, or sect.

For the rest of his life Krishnamurti insistently rejected the guru status that others tried to foist upon him. He continued to attract large audiences throughout the world but claimed no authority, wanted no disciples, and spoke always as one individual to another. At the core of his teaching was the realization that fundamental changes in society can be brought about only by a transformation of individual consciousness. The need for self knowledge and understanding of the restrictive, separative influences of religious and nationalistic conditionings was constantly stressed. Krishnamurti pointed always to the urgent need for openness, for that ‘vast space in the brain in which there is unimaginable energy’. This seems to have been the wellspring of his own creativity and the key to his catalytic impact on such a wide variety of people.

Krishnamurti continued to speak all over the world until he died in 1986 at the age of ninety. His talks and dialogues, journals and letters have been preserved in over sixty books and hundreds of recordings. From that vast body of teachings this series of theme books has been compiled. Each book focuses on an issue that has particular relevance to and urgency in our dasily lives.

Contents

Foreword
Bombay, 30 January 19821
Ojai, 8 May 19822
From Freedom From the Known4
Saanen, 22July 196512
Saanen, 21July 196414
From The Impossible Qusetion, Saanen, 3 August 197016
From The Impossible Qusetion, Saanen, 2 August 197027
Saanen, 25 July 197235
Saanen, 2 August 196236
Rome, 7 April 196639
Talk to Students at Rajghat School, 5 January 195444
Paris, 22 May 196650
From Beyond Violence, San Diego State College, 6 April 197052
Bombay, 22 February 196156
Bombay, 22 January 197859
Brockwood Park,1 September 197961
Brockwood Park,26 September 198466
From The Flight of the Eagle, London, 16 March 196967
Madras, 7 January 197976
Madras, 1 January 198477
Conversation with Mary Zimbalist, Brockwood Park, 5 October 198481
New Delhi, 1 November 198187
Ojai, 12 May 198189
From Krishnamurti's Notebook, Paris,September 196192
San Francisco, 11 March 1973105
Saanen, 31 July 1974109
From Last Talks at Saanen 1985, 14 July 1985112
Sourecs and Acknowledgement121
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