The Ending of Time has ratings and 26 reviews. Timothy said: Dialogs between David Bohm and J. Krishnamurti, enjoyable and provoking on the nature of. KRISHNAMURTI: How shall we start? I would like to ask if humanity has taken a wrong turn. DAVID BOHM: A wrong turn? Well it must have done so, a long time. The Ending of Time Chapter 11 18th September Conversation with Prof. David Bohm ‘The Ending of `psychological’ Knowledge’. KRISHNAMURTI: What.

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And the brain is willing to face this extraordinary and totally new krjshnamurti of existing in nothingness. Which means, again, knowledge. And nothing to reach for. That momentum makes the mind mechanical. Why does the brain provide the soil for this stuff to grow on?

The brain or the mind must be totally free of all illusion, illusion brought by desire, by hope, by wanting security, and all that.

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But I think many people who would understand that hate and anger are products of the damaged brain would find it hard to see that pleasure also is the product of the damaged brain. Which is care as well; we mean by love that energy which also contains intelligence and care; all that Of all the thinkers, philosophers, great minds, or whatever title suits your fancy, I found that Jiddu Krishnamurti causes the most reflection in me.


But why does the brain stay in that? I see everything that’s being said, I’ve reread what was said and it all clicks, yet the wall remains. It may be merely krixhnamurti or habit. We could perhaps question what we usually endinng as feelings?

The Ending of Time – Jiddu Krishnamurti

If pleasure gives rise to anger, anger is part of the damaged brain. Want to Read saving….

Can that entanglement be unravelled, freed, so that gime universe is the mind? You say the mind is disentangling itself from time, and also really disentangling the brain from time? Nevertheless the whole thing has a certain kind of order.

That illusion has been nurtured, cultivated by religion, by the family, and so on. With a technical problem, we generally know what we have to do to solve it. So is my mind always deceiving itself?

How am I to break it down? The brain goes on, repeating fears, sorrow, miseries. You are saying it is not feeling, it is similar to feeling, but it is not fixed? But why doesn’t the mind jifdu it?


The sunrise and sunset; all the stars, the planets are order. Though people may say they feel compassionate! Yes, it is not made by man. They often bring challenges requiring us to go very deeply and change our ideas.

That is because when man tries to transform it he still works from the past.

This book maybe a little overwhelming for someone who hasn’t read him before. Also doubts and uncertainties, and having to take some kind of action which you will regret at the end.

The Ending of Time by Jiddu Krishnamurti

Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. What have I left? Yes, that is why I tried to say that the idea has tremendous significance and meaning. The man says there is no being.