Synopses & Reviews
In Freedom, Love, and Action, Krishnamurti points to a state of total awareness beyond mental processes. With his characteristic engaging, candid approach, Krishnamurti discusses such topics as the importance of setting the mind free from its own conditioning; the possibility of finding enlightenment in everyday activities; the inseparability of freedom, love, and action; and why it is best to love without attachment.
This text discusses freeing the mind from its own conditioning and finding enlightenment in everyday activities. The author explores the inseparability of love, freedom and action, and the possibility of a state of total awareness beyond mental processes.
About the Author
J. Krishnamurti (18951986) was a unique spiritual figure who was "discovered" by members of the Theosophical Society when he was a young boy in India and groomed to be a world teacher. As a young man, he departed the Society—and organized religion altogether—to become a teacher of even greater renown. He drew large audiences at his lectures up until his death at the age of ninety.