#5232 – Krishnamurti’s Notebook: Long Dialogue from Nonduality Salon

The name of the thread is Krishnamurti’s Notebook.

Terry writes:

From Krishnamurti’s Notebook

27 June 1961

Formulation and words about all this seem so futile; words, however accurate, however clear the description, do not convey the real thing.

There is a great and unutterable beauty in all this. There is only one movement in life, the outer and the inner; this movement is indivisible, though it is divided. Being divided, most follow the outer movement of knowledge, ideas, beliefs, authority, security, prosperity and so on. In reaction to this, one follows the so-called inner life, with its visions, hopes, aspirations, secrecies, conflicts, despairs. As this movement is a reaction, it is in conflict with the outer. So there is contradiction, with its aches, anxieties, and escapes.

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