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Re: Understanding Krishnamurti

Jul 14, 2008 10:02 AM
by Anand

Dear William,
You are assuming that the World-Teacher or Christ taught through J.
Krishnamurti. After studying this matter I came to a conclusion that
World Teacher project actually failed. That means World Teacher did
not teach through Krishnamurti. J. Krishnamurti was being prepared for
that, however the project failed later. I know it is shocking to many
members of TS, who are made to believe that Christ taught through
I have written one article on this subject

Anand Gholap

--- In, "t_s_theosophist" <THEOSOPHIST@...>
> --- In, "Anand" <AnandGholap@> wrote:
> >
> > Dear William,
> > Your message sounded impressive, but the biggest problem with
> > Krishnamurti's teaching is he is wrong at fundamental level. 
> > On these most important points he was wrong.
> > 
> > > What Krishnamurti Did do was to denounce the reliance on any
> > oganization, or outside persona 
> > > no matter who that person was or claimed to be. He taught that you
> > do not need organizations, you do not need Gurus, you do not need
> > Priests or intermediaries. Look to Ishvar Guru, the Atman within, this
> > is the Only Guru you need. 
> > > 
> > 
> > Please consider the teachings of advanced disciples like Blavatsky,
> > Subba Rao, Annie Besant, C. W. Leadbeater, Damodar Mavlankar.
> > According to them even if a disciple should become self-reliant,
> > contempt of Guru is not at all justified at any stage on the path of
> > discipleship. As we know Blavatsky learned many things in Tibetan
> > Ashram, which is obviously a small organization. So Krishnamurti's
> > teaching is wrong at fundamental level, though he managed to impressed
> > people by telling some other good truths which he learned from Annie
> > Besant and Leadbeater.
> > Best,
> > Anand Gholap
> >
> ================
> Dear Bro Anand;
> I respect You and your right to hold your views, But I fundamentally
Dis-agree with you.
> H.P.B., Annie Besant & C.W.L. were all disciples of the Masters of
Wisdom,from the Great Brotherhood.
> As their representatives they gave us certain teachings which we
know as "Theosophy." I am in agreement with you that both Annie Besant
and C.W.L. are Great Saints and follow and respect their
interpretation of Theosophy.
> It is "The Brotherhood" which we must look to as the actual "Source
" of our teachings and Not any particular discple, however much we may
admire them. We are told that at the head of The Brotherhood a Great
August Being known as "The World Teacher" is one of the presiders
along with others. 
> Disciples however advanced they may be, and have certain advanced
Vision, are still human beings subject to minor error and confusion of
> When the World Teacher speaks no disciple would be presumptious
enough to condradict Him, as at His State of Being includes Superior
Vision and Wisdom. 
> Krishnaurti was the expression of The World Teacher, and his message
does Not contradict Theosophy,
> rather it is a Fulfilment of Theosophy.
> I think that it may be OUR interpretion of Theosophy that needs
> Warm Fraternal Greetings;
> William Delahunt
> Orlando, Forida
> Theosophist@...
> ==========================

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