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That Pathless Land
That Pathless Land

That Pathless Land

by Susunaga Weeraperuma

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English

Publisher

Chetana Publications

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N/A - Year: 1987 - Pages: 127

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Hardcover

Susunaga Weeraperuma
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Author: Susunaga Weeraperuma
Publisher: Chetana Publications
Year: 1987
Language: English
Pages: 127
ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A

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That wondrous and sacred immensity, that vastness which is beyond the comprehension of the conditioned mind, has been alluded to as a movement by Krishnamurti. This movement, he remarks, can be describe by thought but it is not of thought. If that otherness were something that is fixed, static and dead, then one can visualize the likelihood of one or several paths leading to its. But how can there possibly be a path to something that is a dynamic movement?

That Pathless land is a revealing study of the phenomenon that J Krishnamurti is. In a brilliant chapter entitled Imprisoning Cage of the Self, the author throws light on the various ways in which the self seeks to defend its continuity.

Why is Krishnamurti so silent on political, social and economic problems? To this challenging question the writer has responded with Within Me is the whole World and Wars begin in the Minds of Men.

The entire subject area of this book is of absorbing interest not only to newcomers but even to those who have long been familiar with Krishnamurti’s extraordinary teachings.

Contents

PREFACE

That Pathless Land
Imprisoning Cage of the Self
Illumination via renunciation?
Are the Teachings Difficult?
Do religions Help or Hinder?
Liberating the Sexually Enslaved Mind
Why am I Still not Liberated?
Within Me is the Whole World
Wars Begin in the Minds of Men
Random Reflections
Krishnamurti Information Centres
Outstanding Books by Krishnamurti
Krishnamurti’s Visit to Sri Lanka
Has Krishnamurti Fulfilled His Mission?
When Krishnamurti is No More

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