In this edition: Help Us Share Krishnamurti's Teachings, The Many Faces of India, 'Awareness’, Brockwood Bees, More Than We Could Imagine
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Winter 2015

Brockwood Park ePost: A quarterly e-newsletter informing you about the work of the Krishnamurti Foundation, Brockwood Park School, the Krishnamurti Centre, and Inwoods Small School.

Help Us Share Krishnamurti's Teachings

Given the many problems we face in the world, raising awareness of Krishnamurti's life and work is of crucial importance. His teachings are timeless, deal with the crisis facing the world and are relevant to all of humanity. To help spread awareness of Krishnamurti's work, we are developing a mobile exhibition of his teachings using pop-up panels which we hope to display as frequently and in as many locations as possible. These pictures illustrate what this will look like, though the exact design and content has yet to be finalised. We are writing to ask for your support in three ways. Read More

The Many Faces of India

In the early morning of Tuesday 30th December, a group of students and staff left Heathrow to fly to Chennai, to begin a tour of some of the Krishnamurti Schools of South India. Read More

Expanded Edition

We are pleased to announce a new revised & expanded edition of The Ending of Time. Read More

Brockwood Bees

Brockwood Park School mature student Felix Bach shows us around the apiary which, with some help, he has created in Brockwood Park. Watch

Improved Access to the Teachings

Since the Krishnamurti Centre opened in 1987, we have tried to make all the Krishnamurti material written and recorded, audio or video, available to the guests. It has been a hard and expensive route though we are close to completion. The Foundation's work has been essential over the years in providing Read More.

More Than We Could Imagine

A recent Kishnamurti video showing in London took us all by surprise. Event attendance numbers are never easy to predict and plan for, especially in winter when the weather can scupper almost anyone's best intentions. How many would brave London's winter to come for a Krishnamurti video screening we wondered? If we booked too large a room for the event then it may be too empty, impersonal and unengaging. Read More


These frosty mornings and clear blue skies awaken the senses and uplift the spirit as soon as one steps out the door. But the real joy is seeing children arrive at Brockwood Park with a glint of excitement in their eyes Read More


It's especially satisfying when students at Brockwood teach each other, and staff members, how to be more responsible in daily life. Using her own initiative, student Noemi has done just that by creating a short video showing us all how to correctly recycle our waste. Watch

News from the Development Office

The Brockwood Park Development Office is currently busy with the following projects: 1. Preparing a mobile exhibition intended to introduce Krishnamurti’s teachings to a new audience. 2. preparing new Youtube channels and content. 3. assisting SOAS with another Krishnamurti video screening and dialogue, which will be February 18th 4. assembling a Brockwood Park photograph library 5. creating a legacy leaflet 6. shooting and editing video footage of important events at Brockwood to be put online e.g. forthcoming documentary on the 70’s Alumni Reunion due for release soon Read More.
Krishnamurti Foundation Trust and Brockwood Park Krishnamurti Educational Centre were established in 1968 as educational charitable trusts. They are now registered as one charity, with the name Krishnamurti Foundation Trust Ltd, and care for and support the activities of the Foundation, Brockwood Park School, The Krishnamurti Centre and Inwoods Small School. For more information about us please visit and follow the link at the bottom of the page to go to different departments.
Registered Office: Brockwood Park, Bramdean, Nr Alresford, Hampshire, SO24 0LQ, United Kingdom; Company Registration No. 1055588; Registered Charity No. 312865