Audio | J. Krishnamurti – Rajghat 1969 – Students Talk 3 – Great freedom is needed to perceive truth

A mind weighed down by tradition, prejudice and ideas cannot understand the nature and structure of truth.

Can one bring about a transformation in oneself so that one lives a clean, orderly, free life?

What is religion?

The so-called religious people have said that to have total energy don’t have sex or look at the opposite sex.

Do not seek God; you don’t know what it means.

Can your mind, in which is included the brain and the heart, transform? If so, reality is there without searching for it.

Questions from the audience followed the talk.

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