A reflection on the silence, stillness and powerful presence of poetry by one of the 21st century’s leading modernist poets.
Jiddu Krishnamurti on the imperative of true freedom and what that really means.
Jiddu Krishnamurti’s diaries reveal his ‘process’ and daily engagement with the the experience of his own consciousness and encounters with the unknown.
According to Katagiri, it can be difficult to find the words or modality to enter back into the world from a place of silence, but it is something we ultimately have to do.
Jiddu Krishnamurti was an Indian philosopher and visionary who spent his life writing, speaking and transmitting his ideas for a revolution in the human psyche. Not affiliated to any religion or institution, Krishnamurti’s fiercely independent insights continue to inspire spiritual seekers from every walk of life. In this excerpt, like in so many of his… Continue reading Krishnamurti and Real Silence
How continuous awareness can be a catalyst for radical personal freedom and transformation.
Philokalia means ‘love of the beautiful and the good’, and the writings that were added to this collection were mostly concerned with the importance of awakening and developing attention and consciousness.