In this edition: Thirty Years On, Last Discussion, The Outward Show, Announcement of Krishnamurti's Death, Concerts, and more
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Thirty Years On

With 30 years having passed since his death, Krishnamurti’s teachings are more widely known and available than ever before and the schools and centres he established worldwide are flourishing. We do not know the effect of Krishnamurti's teachings on human consciousness, but it is good to assess what we are doing with them and how they are being made known in their authentic form as effectively and as widely as possible. Here we consider 30 major developments, in no particular order, linked to the work at Brockwood Park that help illustrate how the remarkable legacy of Krishnamurti has grown over the last three decades. Read more here

Last Discussion

Krishnamurti's last discussion with students and staff at Brockwood Park on 29th September 1985. Listen here

The Outward Show

A short animation with voice-over by Terence Stamp, reading from the chapter entitled 'The Self', in J. Krishnamurti's classic book Commentaries on Living, Series 1. Watch here

Thirty Years of Learning

Ray McCoy is one of the few people remaining on staff today who was working at Brockwood in 1986 when Krishnamurti died. Here he reflects on key changes at Brockwood since that time and lessons learned along the way.


Acclaimed pianist Maria João Pires talks about Krishnamurti. London concert, Cadogan Hall, 3rd September 2016

Questions Lived

Brockwood Park School's early students look back on attending a J. Krishnamurti school and their lives of self inquiry. Watch here

Krishnamurti's Death Announcement

This statement appeared in a special issue of the KFT Bulletin following Krishnamurti's death. Read more

Banner photo by Mark Edwards
Photo of Krishnamurti leaving Brockwood by Asit Chandmal
Photo of garden and bench by Friedrich Grohe
Photo of Students and Teachers in conversation by Jennifer Kowalski
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.
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