Krishnamurti & the Art of Awakening

Kinfonet Interviews - Question

Has coming into contact with Krishnamurti and his teachings had any perceptible effect on your life and/or relationships?

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Oh yes! There have been dramatic changes in my life both at home and outside. Having a spouse who is also interested in K, we have frequent discussions on subjects that I come across while working on K's teachings. There is a much better awareness of Nature around me.

Kala Krishna
Mon, 07 Feb 2011

Tremendously yes.I started reading K's teachings at the age of 16 or so. Then I had fear,anger,sexual desire or some thing or other all the time.I was also deeply discontented and was suffering badly without any apparent reason.Now I am 48 and I do not have anything in life!But I don't have any of those emotions. From time to time I have peace in my heart.This comes into being when I read something by K,listen to him or when I watch myself carefully.Basically with attention.But I do not know whether there will be fear and so on under different circumstances.I still read K daily to understand this deeply.As for relationship a lot of people are in conflict with me!! However I don't suffer by this.Sometimes it disturbs me so this means the self image is coming up still.
I never saw nature as anythig to look at even years after reading K. Now sometimes nature is so enchanting that I feel the whole meaning of life is just looking around.
Without having anything at all in life now I consider myself to be a very lucky human being although I have not been able to awaken this love K talked about or seen truth.I still thank my friend who introduced me to K whenever I meet him!
I am inquiring now to see whether this love can come in to being.

Jayaraj Kapila Kulasinghe
Fri, 20 Aug 2010

He has given us the perfume. Can we hold on to that. Even if we hold on to that how can we express THAT. How people coming across, smell the purfume when many times people
could not take the perfume of K.

madhusudhan rao taduri
Wed, 24 Jun 2009

Positive. Awareness concerning the spiral thoughts which spring about 'myself' in relationship with other.... To see 'the conditioning' of each moment in continuous flow...Perceptible effect on everything "Appreciate much ...I do".

Piangruethai Thamjaree
Wed, 24 Jun 2009

a great deal it is showing the way life is .to be lived .

david sharma
Thu, 25 Jun 2009

I would say that it has had a tremendous effect not in an 'experience' sense of the word but in the 'exploration' sense of the word. His teachings have been a reference point in daily life in many ways; considering the challenges I face in the educational world in regard to 'holistic' approaches in personal as well as professional life.
The perceptible effect in my life and relationships is that many a complexed and neurotic approaches of mine in earlier times have become very simple and straight forward; although a lot more is desirable.And that I'm able to share this candidly on an open forum is also very much the effect.

Kingston Gilbert
Sat, 27 Jun 2009

been reading k from school-days. so perhaps noticing any change became difficult. but am quite sure that it has provided me with something valuable to grow on.

Pankaj Sapkal
Sat, 27 Jun 2009

Many years ago I believed that other people influenced who I was and how I thought. I believed that if I followed the example of others I would achieve a successful and happy life. One day I was ironing and watching television to distract myself from a much disliked job when I heard unusual words of a gentle man of Indian extraction who invited me to watch my thoughts and find the source of all my problems. At the end of the telecast interview he warned that once we opened the door to such inquiry we would never be able to close it again and he was right, for almost forty years I have continued to watch my intention and thought within the universal conciousness. Would I have found this path without K -I cannot answer that question.

Nancy Megas
Sat, 27 Jun 2009


Prasanna P
Sun, 28 Jun 2009

Yes, most definitely!

Robert Michael (account deleted)
Sun, 28 Jun 2009

Yes,I am more aware of my motives in my relationships.It is a personal affair and it is not important if it is perceptible to others or not.

Shiva Tirvengadum
Mon, 29 Jun 2009

Tremendous effect. Life has become events of discovery and joy. better relationships all around.

Tue, 30 Jun 2009

Upon interacting in dialogue with K's recorded dialogues, I saw clearly and many conditions and ideals drop away in my living.
I left the Paths I had been traveling down for many years regardless of the positions I had attained on them and the relationships I would eventually loose that were based upon illusions no longer seen as valid. In short, a "Weapon of Freeing Destruction" was unleashed in the world I thought was valid and true. My Thought forms and Labels all disappeared, in the blink of an eye and the turn of a phrase.

Charly Mann
Wed, 01 Jul 2009


Ramasubramanian K. (account deleted)
Thu, 02 Jul 2009

Not fundamentally, because I was going in that direction from quite an early age.

Paul Lanzon
Sat, 04 Jul 2009

Sometimes, I would say yes, when I am calm. I can be very calm when reading and discussing the teachings. But, when I panic, I wonder what good have the teachings been.

Zahira Alaskar
Sun, 05 Jul 2009


Richard Kover
Sun, 05 Jul 2009


dragos niculescu
Wed, 08 Jul 2009

Not so much in my relationships...but it sure has opened my eyes regarding humanity.

kenny rich
Thu, 09 Jul 2009

As said in my profile my contact with Krishnamurti and his teachings had been for 60years.{1949 to now}.It has changed my life and views completely.My perception of life is as I think gr4eatly different.But I should confess my ego is not freed.

rajaratnam retnajothy
Thu, 09 Jul 2009

As said in my profile my contact with Krishnamurti and his teachings had been for 60years.{1949 to now}.It has changed my life and views completely.My perception of life is as I think gr4eatly different.But I should confess my ego is not freed.

rajaratnam retnajothy
Thu, 09 Jul 2009

What does it mean to come into contact with K? There are all sorts of superficial interactions, but to come into contact must mean rather more than just a fleeting glimpse or an intellectual understanding. After all, K himself came into contact with the ground of all being. So what does that mean for someone who listens to him, reads him or watches him?

Paul Dimmock (account deleted)
Sat, 11 Jul 2009


Patricia Hemingway
Sun, 12 Jul 2009

Yes, I feel unburdened tremendously and that has given me lot of energy.

Mittarkumar Khera
Fri, 17 Jul 2009

Yes, a lot, since I become in contact with K's teachings I do feel that my ordinary activity is smooth, somehow the heavy weight is gone and it doesn't matter what happen in my life there is no more suffering and worries. I have been reading K since 2000 and if I want to say a short version of my life now I will say....I'm acting, my life is like an actor running a the end of the movie he knows is going to real life.

Armando Piedrahita
Sun, 19 Jul 2009

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