Mind is a Myth – Disquieting conversations with a man called U.G.

Mind is a Myth UG Krishnamurti coverMind is a Myth is last of the three available books transcribed from talks with U.G. Krishnamurti. The first pages outline his extraordinary life and his calamity  as he calls the all-changing transformation that took place on his 47th birthday:

“U.G. ceased to act any longer via the separative thought structure. A bit of energy entered his brain through one of the senses and was LEFT ALONE. A bit of energy left alone to vibrate freely, untranslated, uncensored, and unused by a separative, preemptive thought structure is a dangerous thing. It is the very substance of inner anarchy. Being untouched by thought, which is time, it has nowhere to go and can find no escape from the stillness. A tremendous molecular pressure is built up that can have released only in an explosion. That explosion caused within U.G. the collapse of the entire thought structure and with it the notion of an independent self and an opposing society.”

Mind is a Myth
One of three available books transcribed from talks with U.G. Krishnamurti.
Written by: U.G. Krishnamurti
Published by: Dinesh Publications
Edition: First
ISBN: None
Available in: Ebook

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Interview with U.G. Krishnamurti in Gstaad, Switzerland, 1998:

 

3 thoughts on “Mind is a Myth – Disquieting conversations with a man called U.G.”

  1. I like so much of what UG says. Almost all of it. It’s when he says that after the mind stopped and some sensory data got in there and was left alone that some molecular changes happened and there was an explosion. I think he actually means a physical explosion. So, that put me off. That’s about, well, I think that is the only thing I didn’t like from the man after reading a half dozen books and watching dozens of his videos.

    Definitely worth finding some of his videos at youtube. :P

    With metta,

    Vern L

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