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Krishnamurti's Journal (1982)

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Krishnamurti's Journal
Published1982 First editionYes
FormatHardcover (202 x 133mm) Edition
PublisherVictor Gollancz, Ltd Printing
ISBN0-575-03040-2 Printed bySt Edmundsbury Press Ltd
CountryUK
Series No of pages100
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Notes

The second of three volumes of K's personal writings, based on journal entries he kept over a period of six weeks in 1973 and a month in 1975.
    In her foreword Mary Lutyens writes "Throughout, Krishnamurti refers to himself in the third person as 'he', and incidentally he tells us something about himself which he has not done before." (p.[5])

Where H.P. Blavatsky and Alice A. Bailey "got caught up in the process of teaching, thus making academic what has to be a moment-to-moment living experience", says Benjamin Creme, "Krishnamurti, inspired by Maitreya, went straight to the heart of the matter: our own individual experience, now, this moment, of reality." (Maitreya's Mission, Vol.II, p.548)

See also:
Krishnamurti's Notebook (1976)
Krishnamurti to Himself (1987)

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