Writings of J.Krishnamurthy

Jiddu Krishnamurthy

Jiddu Krishnamurthy was one of the notable spiritual teachers of the 20th Century. He was born in India, but became popular worldwide for his unique approach to life and spirituality. There is no exaggeration to state that he was perhaps the only genuine free thinkers the world has ever seen since the great Buddha. He was originally groomed to become a World Teacher by the leaders of Theosophical Society of India, but he decided to reject the honor and go alone and dissolved the Order of the Star in the East, which was established to facilitated his work.

Krishnamurthy rejected the authority of all organized religions and belief systems suggesting that they obstructed free thinking and promoted conformity and blind adherence accumulated knowledge of the past. He wanted to people to learn the truths of life from their own experience and observation without the interference of learned knowledge and past impressions. He wanted them to be true witnesses to the life that unfolded before them and deal with the problems of life according to their specific circumstances. The following are few important sample writings of J. Krishnamurthy which provide a brief glimpse into his mind and spiritual vision.

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