Κυριακή, 18 Οκτωβρίου 2015

Krishnamurti


Krishnamurti

Κανένας από τους δασκάλους του δεν του έδειξε την παραμικρή συμπάθεια ή στοργή αντιθέτως τιμωρούταν βάναυσα για την ανεπάρκεια του και στιγματιζόταν συνέχεια σαν ένας ηλίθιος.

Ραβδιζόταν σχεδόν κάθε μέρα λόγω της ανικανότητας του να μάθει τα μαθήματα του και για αυτό τον μισό χρόνο της σχολικής του χρονιάς τον περνούσε κλαίγοντας στην βεράντα.

Even as he lay on his deathbed, wasting away from pancreatic cancer, Krishnamurti stated firmly that “while he was alive he was still ‘the World Teacher’” (Vernon, 2001). (That terminal illness occurred in spite of his claimed possession of laying-on-of-hands healing abilities, which proved equally ineffectual in his own prior attempts at healing Bohm of his heart ailments.) Indeed, so enamored was the Krinsh of his own teaching position in the world that he recorded the following statement a mere ten days before his passing: I don’t think people realize what tremendous energy and intelligence went through this body....
You won’t find another body like this, or that supreme intelligence operating in a body for many hundred years. You won’t see it again (in Lutyens, 1988). 

Krishnamurti is supposed to have said that he is even greater than Buddha or the Christ (in Sloss, 2000).


Shortly before his death the Indian teacher had declared that no one had ever truly understood his teaching; no one besides himself had experienced transformation (Peat, 1997).
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