New releases from the Foundation

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New edition of Fire in the Mind

A new edition of Fire in the Mind has been released by the Krishnamurti Foundation Trust.

First published in 1995 to commemorate the birth centenary of J. Krishnamurti, Fire in the Mind consists of fifteen dialogues between Krishnamurti and Pupul Jayakar, a friend for many years and author of Krishnamurti: A Biography. Held between the years 1978 and 1984, these dialogues cover a vast range of concerns - fear, sorrow, time, death, and the ending of the self. They also explore subjects’ central to scientific research today, such as the questions of biological survival, the nature of consciousness, and ageing and renewal of the brain cells. 

If you would like to purchase or have more information about this book please click on the following: http://store.kfoundation.org/books/books-by-j-krishnamurti/books/fire-in-the-mind/

 

New DVD

Is it possible for the brain to act totally?

A new DVD has been released by the Krishnamurti Foundation Trust titled Is it possible for the brain to act totally. This DVD was recorded during a small group discussion in Madras (Chennai), India on the January 1st 1982 and it explores:

The movement of the brain.
Can the brain act fully, completely?
What is that state of the brain when there is an intense challenge?
When I am utterly lonely, my brain feels a sense of isolation.
Is there in that isolation a factor which says, ‘Remain with ‘what is’, don’t escape’?
Am I aware of the immense fact that I am my own time-maker?
What brings about mutation in the brain cells?
What is insight?
There is a vast difference between the brain and the mind.
The ending of the self opens a door into the universal mind.
Once there is a perception of the enormity of the mind, the brain becomes contaminated with that.


Video duration: 83 minutes
Colour: Yes

If you would like to purchase or have more information about this DVD please click on the following: http://store.kfoundation.org/video/single-events/small-group-discussions/is-it-possible-for-the-brain-to-act-totally/