Commentaries on Dwelling: First Series By Jiddu Krishnamurti
Commentaries on Dwelling: First Series From the notebooks of J. Krishnamurti is a sequence of books by Jiddu Krishnamurti. It consists of three volumes, initially revealed in 1956, 1958 and 1960.
The important message of J. Krishnamurti, revered thinker, and religious instructor, challenges the boundaries of odd thought. In talks to audiences worldwide, he identified the tangled web of concepts, organizational beliefs, and psychological mindsets during which humanity is caught, and that truth-the understanding of what is-not effort is the important thing issue of human liberation.
Commentaries on Dwelling, a three-volume sequence, data Krishnamurti’s conferences with particular person seekers of fact from all walks of life. In these dialogues, he reveals the thought-centered roots of human sorrow and feedback on the struggles and points widespread to those that try to interrupt the boundaries of character and self-limitation. In over fifty essays in every quantity, Krishnamurti explores matters as numerous as information, fact, success, meditation, love, effort, searching for life and demise and training.
The sequence invitations readers to take a ‘voyage on an unchartered sea’ with Krishnamurti in his exploration of the conditioning of the thoughts and its freedom.