The Origin Of Conflict by J. Krishnamurti

The Origin Of Conflict by KrishnamurtiThe Origin Of Conflict by J. Krishnamurti is a collection of transcripts from his popular public talks. All speeches were held in 1952 in either Madras, India, or London.  Most of the talks have included a question and answer sections. From the book:

“When you recognize that every movement of the mind is merely a form of strengthening the self, when you observe it, see it, when you are completely aware of it in action, when you come to that point – not ideologically, verbally, not through experiencing, but when you are actually in that state – then you will see that the mind being utterly still, has no power of creating. What ever the mind creates, is in a circle, within the field of the self. When the mind is non-creating, there is creation, which is not a recognizable process.”

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4 thoughts on “The Origin Of Conflict by J. Krishnamurti”

  1. Dear Ones,

    Namaste. To attain immortality every seeker has to focus his attention on Hridayagrandhi (within the heart or secret cave)in which there are 101 Nadis, out of these one Nadi is linking the heart and head i.e. Brahmanadi is linking heart and head i.e. brahmarandra. At the time of death the seeker has to leave the mortal coil through brahmarandra. By this the seeker will attain immortality. (For more clarity read the last slokas of Kathopanishad )

    The following books also will be useful to understand What is Brahman, What is Atman, What is Nature and their interrelationship.

    To know how the creation was created the seekers are suggested to read Aitareya Upanishad, Isavasya, Keno Upanishads.

    Swami Krishnananda ( These books will be useful to have an idea on Upanishads)

    My Life autobiography of Swami Krishnananda 51p


    Lessons on the Upanishads 213p

    Chhandogya Upanishad .. 320p

    Brhadaaranyaka Upanishad 707p

    Taittiriya Upanishad, Anandavalli,
    The Essence of Aitareya and Taittiriya Upanishads 85p

    Commentary on Katha Upanishad, 194p

    Mundaka Upanishad

    Commentary on Mundaka Upanishad 95p

    Essays on Upanishads ( Isavasya Upanishad, Kena, Kathopanishad ) 81p

    Kaushitaki Upanishad,

    An Analysis of Brahma Sutra

    The Brahma Sutras as Moksha Sastra 77p

    Vaishvanara Vidya

    Instead of wasting time in search of Masters in each and every nook and corner, it is better to concentrate on the “True Master ie. Thumb size Brahman residing within our heart i.e. Bridayagrandhi, you will succeed.

  2. What he means I believe, is when we stop projecting our own mental noise we will see things as the actually are, all of creation will spring to life in a way never before imagined. You could say we will see “gods” creation (directly, purely, without projected overlay). Also the same thing is said in the Bahiya Sutta and Mahasatipatthana Sutta spoken by Buddha.
    Reality as it actually is, is not comprehensible by the discursive mental processes.


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