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Brockwood Park 1983 Conversation with Pupul Jayakar | 2: Why Are We Frightened To be Nothing?
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This is the second conversation between Pupul Jayakar and Krishnamurti in Brockwood Park, 1983
Conversation title: Why Are We Frightened To be Nothing?
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Q: Is there a movement which is not of time, which is eternal?
The brain is conditioned by time and thought.
How do you come into contact with this fact?
As long as that conditioning remains, insight is not possible.
You may have occasional insight into something, but pure insight is the perception of completeness. That insight is not of time and thought.
The psyche is a bundle of dead memories. I am a movement of memories. If I have an insight into that, there is nothing, I don't exist.
Nothing then contains the whole universe. Compassion is nothing, and that nothingness is supreme intelligence. So why are ordinary, intelligent people, frightened of being nothing?
2nd Conversation with Pupul Jayakar,
Brockwood Park, England,
25 June 1983
Duration: 68 minutes
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