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Re: Disastrous teaching of J. Krishnamurti

Jul 15, 2008 01:51 AM
by Anand

Dear William,
Before dying J. Krishnamurti himself said that not one person in the
world understood what said. Is it not failure ? It clearly is failure,
but it was Krishnamurti's failure.
It is not Christ's failure, because Christ abandoned Krishnamurti
soon, as Krishnamurti was found to be useless instrument for teaching.

Anand Gholap

--- In, "Anand" <AnandGholap@...> wrote:
> > The World Teacher Project Did NOT fail, people were Not prepared to
> receive the message because of their pre-conceptions, expectations and
> pre-determined conclusions.
> > 
> Even if a person keeps aside pre-conceptions, I find J.
> Krishnamurti'[s teaching is of ridiculously low quality and many of
> his statements are simply false. Circular reasoning, avoiding answers
> blaming the questioner, making nonsense statements like first step is
> the last step, these are some of the features of J. Krishnamurti's
> teachings.
> > When "The Brotherhood" and the Heirarchy plan events...they do Not
> fail. 
> >
> This is not correct. Mahatma has written in a letter "Light of
> omniscience and infallible prevision, which shines only for the
> highest of the Chohans, is far away from me" 
> Best,
> Anand Gholap

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