Author: Susunaga WeeraperumaPublisher: Chetana PublicationsYear: 1984Language: EnglishPages: 137ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A
The writing of these essays has been a labour of love. Noting in life has been dearer or nearer to my heart than the teachings of J Krishnamurti. They have always been, and still are, a source of inexhaustible spiritual inspiration.The book is the outcome of a very careful examination of the teachings: it is not an interpretation of Krishnamurti’s statements on life’s deepest questions, but purely a searching investigation of them. I have looked at the teachings closely and critically, without interpreting them in the sense that I have not foisted into them any ideologies or beliefs.Bliss of Reality is a sequel to my two other books that also belong to Chetana’s Krishnamurti Liberry series, namely, Living and Dying from Moment to Moment (1978) and That Pathless Land (1984).
PREFACEACKNOWLEDGEMENTSBliss of RealityJoy of CreativityWhy are we such Violent Creatures?The Sensible use of LeisureWhy Believe in God?Why believe in reincarnation?Denuding the Mind of BeliefsThe Importance of Being AwareIs Dreamless Sleep Possible?Does Naming Hinder the Nameless?Understanding Blossoms Between ThoughtsIs Self-knowledge in Sacred Books?Who wrote Krishnamurti’s First Book?Krishnamurti: The Years of FulfilmentSome Questions Concerning Krishnamurti